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Takashige Yamashita creates nursery with curving timber roof near Mount Fuji

Added: 20.02.2017 0:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


A wavy plywood roof undulates above the glass-walled rooms of this nursery in Japan's Yamanashi prefecture. Toranoko Nursery was designed by Tokyo-based Takashige Yamashita Office for a site southwest of the Japanese capital, which has a clear view towards Mount Fuji. The nursery is located at the centre of a campus providing care to the elderly,

Spalletti: Roma goal machine Dzeko now believes he´s world class

Added: 19.02.2017 23:59 | 0 views | 0 comments

Luciano Spalletti said Roma are benefiting from a player who believes he is a "top striker" after Edin Dzeko continued his fine form in front of goal for the capital club. After scoring a hat-trick in the Europa League during the week, Dzeko was at it again as Roma routed Torino 4-1 in Serie A [...]

Japan Inc signals boost to domestic capex but less keen on the U.S.: Reuters poll

Added: 19.02.2017 23:52 | 0 views | 0 comments

TOKYO (Reuters) - One third of Japanese firms are looking to lift business investment at home in the next financial year, but companies are less bullish about capital spending in the United States due to uncertainty over the Trump administration's policies, a Reuters poll showed.

Syrian rebels say army attacks wrecking ceasefire efforts

Added: 19.02.2017 18:44 | 0 views | 0 comments


Syrian rebel groups who have participated in peace talks said on Sunday that an upsurge in Syrian army shelling and bombing was wrecking the prospects of maintaining a ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey. The rebel groups, mostly backed by Turkey, have attended two rounds of talks in the Kazakh capital Astana. Mohammad Alloush, the head of the Astana talks delegation, said the rebel groups who signed a shaky ceasefire deal late last year that was meant to end bombing of civilians were ready to go back to "all out war".

Trump's Man for the SEC: Time to Ease Regulation

Added: 19.02.2017 17:55 | 0 views | 0 comments

Jay Clayton believes overregulation has unduly burdened small companies trying to raise capital and made public markets much less attractive than private fundraising channels.

Georgians rally for 'fair justice' in broadcaster's court battle

Added: 19.02.2017 16:58 | 1 views | 0 comments

TBILISI (Reuters) - Thousands of Georgians rallied on Sunday in the capital Tbilisi in support of the country's biggest independent television station Rustavi 2, which is fighting court battles over its ownership.

Suicide bomb in market in Somalia capital kills 39

Added: 19.02.2017 15:52 | 0 views | 0 comments

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - A car bomb ripped through a market in Mogadishu on Sunday, killing 39 people and injuring around 50, a local official said, days after Somalia elected a new president.

Suicide bomb in market in Somalia capital kills 18, wounds 25

Added: 19.02.2017 13:52 | 0 views | 0 comments

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - A blast from a suicide car bomb ripped through a market in Somali capital Mogadishu on Sunday, killing 18 people and wounding at least 25, a local official said, days after the country elected a new president.

Inside the group behind the anti-Trump protest movement

Added: 18.02.2017 19:22 | 1 views | 0 comments

"Indivisible" began as an online guide to resisting the Trump agenda. Now, it's given rise to a growing movement that's making itself heard in Capitol Hill offices and at congressional town hall meetings. Co-founder Ezra Levin joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the group's mission.

Belgium train derailment leaves one dead, 27 hurt

Added: 18.02.2017 16:44 | 1 views | 0 comments


One person died and 27 were injured, three seriously, when a train derailed Saturday shortly after leaving a station east of Brussels, officials said. The train carrying 85 passengers derailed four minutes after leaving Louvain bound for the North Sea coast via the Belgian capital, the SNCB railway authorities said. "Rescue workers confirm the death of one person, three seriously injured and 24 others hurt," a Belgian official told AFP on condition of anonymity.

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