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Epiphany Celebrations Around the World

Advertisement For Christians around the world, the official end to the Christmas holidays occurs on Jan. 6. Known as Epiphany, or the 12th Day of Christmas, it commemorates how a star led the Magi, or the three kings or wise ...

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Irn Bru, a Scottish Favorite, Loses Some Sugar

Advertisement LONDON — It’s orange, fizzy and tastes like liquid bubble gum. And while whisky is Scotland’s national drink to the world, to many locals, Irn Bru is a close second. The company that makes Irn Bru says it will ...

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Catalonia’s Separatists: In Exile. In Jail. In Power?

Advertisement After a tight vote, politicians often squabble over how to form a coalition government. But the argument that has followed regional elections in Catalonia is more fundamental than most. It’s not yet clear who could physically lead the next ...

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