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With more nationalities living together than any other place on earth, New York City is the world's melting pot. But what's melting inside all those pots? Imagine if you could visit some of the home cooks from around the world and learn the secret to Indian Tikka Masala or Greek Tiropita. The League of Kitchens aims to do just that.
Google is the most popular search engine in the world, but can it solve one of history's most intractable problems? A new ad from the company's India branch shows how two friends, divided by the 1947 partition of India and Pakistan, were reunited... with a little help from Google Search.
Three Bangladeshi bloggers have been killed thus far this year, and the message of their killers is simple: Don't you dare publish things that offend our version of religion. And outside of Bangladesh, that message is spreading fast among terrorist groups and other anti-free speech forces.
After more than 1,000 others died, one woman is pulled alive from the rubble of the Bangladesh factory collapse, Pakistan prepares for possibly deadly elections, North Korea explains a few things, confusingly, and Disney doesn't own the Day of the Dead.
Survivors of the Bangladesh building collapse have said they saw cracks in the building the day before it came crashing down, and footage has surfaced of police inspecting the same cracks on the same day.