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Independent
Hugh Prysor-Jones: Consummate broadcaster who became a mainstay of the BBC World Service's 'Newshour' programmein Political Science and African Studies. While job-hunting on his return to t
Hugh Prysor-Jones: Consummate broadcaster who became a mainstay of the BBC World Service's 'Newshour' programme
Independent / Posted 2 days ago
in Political Science and African Studies. While job-hunting on his return to the UK, Prysor-Jones taught history in a London secondary school. He discovered to his dismay that some of his 13-year-old charges couldn't really read. He proceeded... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Weldon Valley newsCami and Zach, was baptized at the Weldon Valley Presbyterian Church, with Past
Weldon Valley news
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 3 days ago
Cami and Zach, was baptized at the Weldon Valley Presbyterian Church, with Pastor Mark Kenning officiating. Following the service family and friends enjoy a meal in the fellowship hall. Church chat: St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Weldon... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Other Pariscursorily taught, and literature from former colonies hardly read. Andrew Huss
The Other Paris
The New Yorker / Posted 3 days ago
cursorily taught, and literature from former colonies hardly read. Andrew Hussey, a British scholar at the University of London School of Advanced Study in Paris, believes that the turmoil in the banlieues—periodic riots, car burnings, brawls... Read more
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Daily Mail
'My name was harvested by Ashley Madison hackers' says SNP MPand US governments and armed forces, major companies including IBM and BAE Syst
'My name was harvested by Ashley Madison hackers' says SNP MP
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
and US governments and armed forces, major companies including IBM and BAE Systems as well as institutions such as the Catholic church and universities including Harvard and Yale. There are around 15,000 .mil addresses - the official US... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
World in Brief for Friday, August 14, 2015executives will network and Secretary of State John Kerry will meet with Cuba's
World in Brief for Friday, August 14, 2015
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 13 days ago
executives will network and Secretary of State John Kerry will meet with Cuba's foreign minister, the country's Roman Catholic archbishop and a hand-picked group of dissidents. Then the hard part begins. Soon after Kerry heads home Friday... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Can Pope Francis clean up God’s bank?managed the Vatican’s property holdings and controlled its purchasing and perso
Can Pope Francis clean up God’s bank?
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 15 days ago
managed the Vatican’s property holdings and controlled its purchasing and personnel departments. His arrest made front-page news. He was accused of trying to smuggle €20m on a private plane across the border from Switzerland in a money-laundering... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
A forensic study of JFK’s death debunked the conspiracies and taught me that tiny details can be critical | Mark Lawsontimes since first reading it in 1975. By then I was 13 and we had moved south
A forensic study of JFK’s death debunked the conspiracies and taught me that tiny details can be critical | Mark Lawson
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 15 days ago
times since first reading it in 1975. By then I was 13 and we had moved south to Hertfordshire, where I attended a Catholic school run by an American religious teaching order. Our teachers would speak (sometimes tearfully) of having voted... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cilla Black's memoirs: Blind Date hopefuls who tried to date me!one I’d bought for eight quid at the Chelsea boutique Granny Takes A Trip, and
Cilla Black's memoirs: Blind Date hopefuls who tried to date me!
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
one I’d bought for eight quid at the Chelsea boutique Granny Takes A Trip, and took the hem up to make it trendy. The news leaked out before I could even spring the surprise on my family. Someone recognised my real name on the banns, and it... Read more
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Fort Worth Weekly
Texas Troubadour Abroad: Outskirts of Dublinof the skillet. The smell of meat and coffee. Groanings from various corners. T
Texas Troubadour Abroad: Outskirts of Dublin
Fort Worth Weekly / Posted 17 days ago
of the skillet. The smell of meat and coffee. Groanings from various corners. The muffled murmur of an Irish radio news broadcast. A friend informs me there’s been vomiting. “My God. Is it really 3 ‘o clock?” More groaning. From the... Read more
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Independent
Paul Mason interview: The Channel 4 firebrand reveals his formula for a 'gift' economyin the sky?" You can't abolish market forces; you might as well try to abolish
Paul Mason interview: The Channel 4 firebrand reveals his formula for a 'gift' economy
Independent / Posted 26 days ago
in the sky?" You can't abolish market forces; you might as well try to abolish maths. Mason at home in Kennington, south London (Immo Klink)"Market forces operate in conditions of scarcity, but these days I can copy and paste the entire back... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Mundane reality of martyrsthey were staying at. Shiraz Maher, at the International Centre for the Study
Mundane reality of martyrs
Mail & Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
they were staying at. Shiraz Maher, at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR) at King’s College London, has spoken to members of the group. Hassan, he wrote in a piece for the New Statesman, “displayed a combination of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Israel accused of killing 75 children and using one-tonne bombs on homes in 'Black Friday day of carnage'protesters take part in a 'Stop the War Coalition' demonstration outside the Is
Israel accused of killing 75 children and using one-tonne bombs on homes in 'Black Friday day of carnage'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
protesters take part in a 'Stop the War Coalition' demonstration outside the Israeli Embassy on August 1, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)A Palestinians inspects the damage amidst rubble from destroyed houses in... Read more
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The Star
Govt lawyers hail appointment of ex-Federal Court judge as A-GKUALA LUMPUR: News of his appointment as the country’s Attorney-General is only
Govt lawyers hail appointment of ex-Federal Court judge as A-G
The Star / Posted 30 days ago
KUALA LUMPUR: News of his appointment as the country’s Attorney-General is only slowly sinking in for Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali. “It is slowly sinking in. To me, it’s an honour to be given the position. It’s a big responsibility as basically, I... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
July 24, 2015say a man who opened fired in the Louisiana movie theatre bought the gun legall
July 24, 2015
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 1 months ago
say a man who opened fired in the Louisiana movie theatre bought the gun legally last year. At the Friday afternoon news conference, police said John Russell Houser bought the .40-caliber semiautomatic handgun legally at a Phenix City, Ala.,... Read more
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Catholic News Service
Pixelscuddly Smurfs are suspect. Game on, big time, and Donkey Kong, Galaga, Centipe
Pixels
Catholic News Service / Posted 1 months ago
cuddly Smurfs are suspect. Game on, big time, and Donkey Kong, Galaga, Centipede, and Space Invaders lay waste to much of London, Washington and New York. The president calls in backup, in the guise of a comely weapons specialist, Violet (Michelle... Read more

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