Zoo welcomes tiny antelope on Valentine’s Day

The newest baby at a Chicago-area zoo is an antelope calf weighing just 23 ounces. The male was born on Valentine’s Day and has been named Valentino. (Feb. 15)

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North Koreans attend Kimjongilia flower festival

While many around the world may be offering red roses for Valentine’s Day, North Koreans attend an annual festival featuring more than 30 thousand Kimjongilia, a large red flower created to honour the country’s former leader Kim Jong Il. The festival is part of a series of events being held in the run-up to the so-called ‘Day of the Shining Star,’ which marks Kim Jong Il’s birthday on 16th February.

Valentine’s Day in the Muslim world

In conservative Afghanistan, many people are unaware of or don’t mark Valentine’s Day, but youths in urban areas celebrate the day despite restrictions.

Florida remembers victims of Parkland school shooting 1 year on

Families and friends gather outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to remember the victims of the Florida school shooting that took the lives of 17 people on Valentine’s Day one year ago.

Valentine’s weddings atop Empire State building

Valentine’s weddings atop Empire State building

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Couples marry on Robben Island in tribute to Mandela

On Valentine’s Day, couples tie the knot on Robben Island in South Africa to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela who spent time in prison on the island during Apartheid.

Valentine’s Day trade slow in Pakistan

Flower and balloon sellers in Islamabad say business has been slow ahead of Valentine’s Day in Pakistan, where the event has grown increasingly popular but has been banned from being promoted in recent years.

The science of falling in love

Scientists say falling in love is all about chemistry: a glance, a whisper, a scent setting off a hormonal reaction, while psychologists argue it is all about the subconscious. Videographic on Valentine’s Day explaining the science behind falling in love. VIDEOGRAPHIC

Upscale DC hotel joins US ‘Galentine’s Day’ craze

The American phenomenon of Galentine’s Day, feted on February 13th as an alternative to the traditional Valentine’s Day, is gaining in popularity with each passing year, and also gaining in terms of its message of female empowerment. The St. Regis Hotel in Washington is one of many local spots joining in the “holiday” festivities.

Diamonds or disappointment for Valentines Day?

It’s your choice for Valentine’s Day – expensive diamonds or bitter disappointment. If million-dollar jewelry from Beverly Hills isn’t in the cards, you can drown your romantic sorrows at the BreakUp Bar in Los Angeles. (Feb. 13)

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