February 22, 2021 - 16:12 GMT Sophie Hamilton Find out what the Duchess of Cambridge and her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis love to eat for dinner Have you ever wondered what the royal family eat for dinner ? Is it really all long dining tables with silver platters and butlers attending to their every foodie desire? Well, we're pleased to learn that in reality, the royals' suppers are much like our own - and for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge , family dinnertimes are all about hearty meals together. Mum-of-three Kate is known to enjoy cooking, and roasts are popular in the Cambridge household. Royal correspondent Katie Nicholl told Vanity Fair in 2012: "In the evenings she [Kate] indulges her hobby of cooking William’s favourite supper, roast chicken." MORE: This is what Kate Middleton and her children eat for breakfast Loading the player... WATCH: Royal wedding cakes … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton’s dinner revealed – and what Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis eat too!
We will continue updating this list as more information about the missing Malaysia Airlines flight becomes available. Most recent change: 5:51 p.m. ET on Friday, March 14. After countless false leads and nearly a week of searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, all we know of its fate is that we don't know much at all. The White House jumped into the already crowded fray on Thursday when it said the search area may extend to the Indian Ocean based on "new information that's not necessarily conclusive." On Friday, Reuters reported that authorities are focusing more on a suspicion of foul play, with two sources saying that the aircraft “appeared to be following a commonly used navigational route” when it was last spotted traveling northwest of Malaysia. "What we can say is we are looking at sabotage, with hijack still on the cards," Reuters ’ source said. See also: Timeline: The Mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 For days now an ever-expanding gap in … [Read more...] about Where Is the Plane? 19 Possible Scenarios
Among the more than 2,000 youngsters treated for Covid-19 at Children's National Hospital in the District of Columbia, USA, one newborn was unusual. The baby was very sick, for one. Most infected kids barely show symptoms and even the hospitalised ones tend to have mild cases. But the real surprise came when doctors measured the infant's viral load. It was 51,418 times the median of other paediatric patients. And when they sequenced the virus in the baby recently, they found a variant they hadn't seen before. Roberta DeBiasi, chief of infectious disease for the hospital, knew she couldn't conclude anything from one case. But it set off alarm bells. And as the researchers delved further into the mystery, they found evidence that a variant with a mutation called N679S may be circulating in the Mid-Atlantic region. READ MORE: KEA Kids News: When will children get the Covid-19 vaccines? Covid-19: New variants could push level 3 to its limit Covid-19: More mutant strains … [Read more...] about Covid-19 medical mystery: US Baby with high viral load puzzles researchers
August 10, 2012 08:51 Rabito is a brand that makes protective cases for smartphones shaped like rabbit's ears. With their practical yet cute designs, the cases are enjoying popularity not only in Korea but in over 15 countries around the world, including Germany, Japan, Spain, the U.K., and the U.S. Kwag Mi-na set up her own design firm of the same name when she launched the Rabito smartphone cases, apparently inspired by her pet rabbit. However, there is more to the cases' success than their funky shape. They are also practical and convenient, as users can wrap the earphone cable around the rabbit's ears and locate their phone easily in a handbag. "People nowadays don't just see their smartphone as a tool to make calls or send texts. It's something they carry around with them 24 hours a day. I thought about how to make the handsets more special and interesting," said Kwag. Kwag majored in design at Seoul National University and worked as a designer for Samsung … [Read more...] about Rabito Phone Case Designer Follows Own Inimitable Style
Hi-tech agriculture proves effective in Dong Nai Agricultural production has been affected by abnormal weather conditions, climate change, and diseases over recent years. Many farms in southern Dong Nai province have applied high-technology in agricultural production in order to cope with the situation, helping increase quality and output. High-tech production requires massive investment, not just capital but also technology, equipment, and “grey matter”, to adapt to cutting-edge manufacturing methods. High-tech manufacturing models have been expanded around Dong Nai, especially in animal husbandry and on poultry farms. Dong Nai has more than 46,000 hectares of crops using water-saving technology and the province has gradually changed to green breeding in accordance with Vietnamese Good Agricultural Practice (VietGAP) standards. Agriculture accounts for 8.3 percent of Dong Nai’s economic structure and agro-forestry-fisheries value currently stands at nearly 1.8 billion … [Read more...] about VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS FEB. 24