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Melania Trump's hometown hopes new-found fame will boost trade, tourism

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SEVNICA, Slovenia "First Lady" apple pies in the Kruhek bakery in Melania Trump's hometown of Sevnica in Slovenia are selling like hot cakes.

Melania Trump's hometown hopes new-found fame will boost trade, tourism

SEVNICA, Slovenia "First Lady" apple pies in the Kruhek bakery in Melania Trump's hometown of Sevnica in Slovenia are selling like hot cakes.

20 Jan 2017

Melania Trump's hometown hopes new-found fame will boost trade, tourism

SEVNICA, Slovenia, Jan 20 "First Lady" apple pies in the Kruhek bakery in Melania Trump's hometown of Sevnica in Slovenia are selling like hot cakes.

20 Jan 2017

Decades-old Madrid cafe keeps flamenco spirit alive

MADRID In one of Madrid's oldest flamenco venues, a heart-wrenching voice commands attention as arms rise, fingers curl and feet strike wooden floors to the sound of gypsy chords. | Video

20 Jan 2017

UK producers seek EU protected status for 'British sparkling wine'

LONDON British makers of sparkling wine are applying to Brussels to have their product recognized under the EU protected food name scheme to bolster one of their fastest-growing products.

19 Jan 2017

UK producers seek EU protected status for "British sparkling wine"

LONDON, Jan 19 British makers of sparkling wine are applying to Brussels to have their product recognised under the EU protected food name scheme to bolster one of their fastest-growing products.

19 Jan 2017

Breakfast at Duterte's as Abe samples Philippine leader's simple style

MANILA Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe feasted on bean soup and rice cakes at the humble home of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday, and sampled the down-to-earth living of a volatile new friend who is shaking up the status quo in Asia.

World, Japan 13 Jan 2017

Rains, snow ease in U.S. West but flood risk remains

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Heavy rain and snow began to ease on Thursday in the U.S. West, but flooding risks remained high in parts of California after overflowing rivers forced thousands to evacuate in recent days.

13 Jan 2017

Rains, snow to ease in U.S. West as waterways begin to recede

Heavy rain and snow will begin to ease on Thursday in the U.S. West, where swollen rivers are expected to recede, forecasters said, after flooding that has forced thousands to evacuate in recent days. | Video

Environment, Environment 12 Jan 2017

Trump accuses U.S. spy agencies of Nazi practices over 'phony' Russia dossier

NEW YORK President-elect Donald Trump escalated a fight with U.S. spy agencies on Wednesday, just nine days before he takes over their command as president, and accused them of practices reminiscent of Nazi Germany. | Video

World, Top News 12 Jan 2017