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Facing down a pack of snarling wolves -- the symbol of the Uighur minority in China's violence-wracked far west -- businessman Yang Changsheng offered a sausage in friendship. They will attack other people, but not me," said Yang, who breeds the animals high in the snow-capped Tianshan mountains, in the vast border region of Xinjiang. His parents, from poverty-stricken Henan more than 1,600 ...
The images are much like moviegoers saw during the buffalo hunt when "Dances With Wolves" hit the big screen nearly 25 years ago: hundreds of massive animals shaking the prairie as they kick up dust and stream down the hills.
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Animal charity Peta takes out an advert in a US magazine complaining about One Direction's use of chimpanzees in the Steal My Girl video.
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When Easton native Scott Rosenfelt looks back on the movies he's produced, he has a lot to be proud of including overseeing "Mystic Pizza," which gave Julia Roberts and Matt Damon their first meaty roles; "Extremities," one of the first films to grapple seriously with the issue of rape, and...
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WILLIAMSBURG — The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation's American Indian Initiative dramatic production of "Beloved Women of Chota: War Women of the Cherokee" debuts on the Revolutionary City's Charlton Stage Oct. 18, commemorating the Cherokee peoples' ties to Virginia's 18th-century capital.
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