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- 500 years of Indian treasures poised to break auction records

    > CNN.com - World   - mis en cache le 18 June 2019 - 18:31
A collection of nearly 400 jewels, objects and gemstones from India is expected to fetch more than $115.9 million when it goes on sale this week -- a figure which would make it the most valuable jewelry auction in history.
One of Africa's largest wildlife preserves says it's been a year since it found an elephant that was killed by poachers.

- London Heathrow Airport reveals expansion 'masterplan'

    > CNN.com - World   - mis en cache le 18 June 2019 - 18:31
London's Heathrow Airport has released a new "masterplan" for its much-anticipated expansion, which will see a third runway open by 2026, making it one of the busiest airports in the world.

- The race to stop the death of Venice

    > CNN.com - World   - mis en cache le 18 June 2019 - 16:59
Strolling down a tiny street in Venice's San Marco district, a couple pauses in front of a hand-crafted leather goods stall, one of hundreds of "authentically Venetian" shops lining the cobblestone streets of the city's tourist thoroughfares. Holding hands, they stop to embrace in front of the famed Grand Canal.

- How London's homicide rate stacks up against major US cities

    > CNN.com - World   - mis en cache le 18 June 2019 - 16:59
A spate of violence in London sparked another vitriolic tweet from Donald Trump blaming mayor Sadiq Khan for the city's knife crime problem -- but is the British capital as dangerous as the US President suggested?

- Where twins are worshiped and murdered

    > CNN.com - World   - mis en cache le 18 June 2019 - 14:01
About 50 miles north of Lagos lies Igbo-Ora, a sleepy rural town of about 92,000 citizens. Igbo-Ora is peopled by members of the Yoruba tribe, which makes up around 21% of the Nigeria's population.

- Powerful portraits of an LGBT community

    > CNN.com - World   - mis en cache le 18 June 2019 - 11:00
Last week, Botswana's High Court made history when it overturned colonial-era laws criminalizing consensual same-sex relations. The ruling, which came mere weeks after Kenya's High Court ruled to uphold its own 19th-century laws criminalizing "carnal knowledge against the order of nature," is being seen as a landmark victory for LGBTQ activists across the continent.

- How Hong Kong became a thorn in Xi's side

    > CNN.com - World   - mis en cache le 18 June 2019 - 11:00

- Born a girl. Forced to live like a son

    > CNN.com - World   - mis en cache le 18 June 2019 - 11:00

- Mohamed Morsy: A polarizing legacy

    > CNN.com - World   - mis en cache le 18 June 2019 - 11:00

 

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