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KTVZ Bend
Meet Graham, a 'human' designed to survive a car crash | Health - Home Police in Northern California’s Tehama County spotted, stoppe
Meet Graham, a 'human' designed to survive a car crash
KTVZ Bend / Posted 9 hours ago
| Health - Home Police in Northern California’s Tehama County spotted, stopped and arrested a Redmond man and part-time COCC security guard wanted in the apparent slaying of missing Bend woman... Read more
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International Business Times
Demi Lovato opens up on mental illness in emotional speech at DNC 2016 speech at the Democratic National Convention. The Heart Attack singer opened up
Demi Lovato opens up on mental illness in emotional speech at DNC 2016
International Business Times / Posted 14 hours ago
speech at the Democratic National Convention. The Heart Attack singer opened up on her battle with mental illness before endorsing Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton at the Philadelphia convention ahead of the US presidential... Read more
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Western Advocate
Letters to the editorThanks for the support shown to an appeal and concerns about a quarry on Bathur
Letters to the editor
Western Advocate / Posted 15 hours ago
Thanks for the support shown to an appeal and concerns about a quarry on Bathurst's outskirts. HELP: Those who supported The Smith Family’s Winter Appeal will help disadvantaged children receive an education. Quarry qualms are not just emotional,... Read more
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The Age
Cautious welcome for royal commission into Northern Territory prison systemand Torres Strait Islander Commissioner Mick Gooda​ fought back tears as he que
Cautious welcome for royal commission into Northern Territory prison system
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
and Torres Strait Islander Commissioner Mick Gooda​ fought back tears as he questioned what it might achieve. An emotional Mr Gooda spoke of his horror at seeing teenage boys being sprayed with tear gas and hooded and restrained at the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cautious welcome for royal commission into Northern Territory prison systemand Torres Strait Islander Commissioner Mick Gooda​ fought back tears as he que
Cautious welcome for royal commission into Northern Territory prison system
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
and Torres Strait Islander Commissioner Mick Gooda​ fought back tears as he questioned what it might achieve. An emotional Mr Gooda spoke of his horror at seeing teenage boys being sprayed with tear gas and hooded and restrained at the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Ancient ‘eye’ in the skybizarre shape The gravity from massive objects bends the path of light around
Ancient ‘eye’ in the sky
Daily Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
bizarre shape The gravity from massive objects bends the path of light around them Strange 'eye' shape found in the sky, formed by light of three galaxies This 'Eye of Horus' was discovered in a classroom in Mitaka, Tokyo Researchers hope it... Read more
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Daily Mail
Suicide bomber who blew himself up outside German festivalallegiance to Islamic State Crime scene: This is the rucksack that the suicide
Suicide bomber who blew himself up outside German festival
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
allegiance to Islamic State Crime scene: This is the rucksack that the suicide bomber used to carry his explosives in before blowing himself up outside a packed Bavarian bar last night Forensics: A special police officer examines a backpack at... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Career Spotlight: What I Do As A Cancer ResearcherImmunotherapies work by allowing the patient’s immune system to better recognis
Career Spotlight: What I Do As A Cancer Researcher
Lifehacker Australia / Posted yesterday
Immunotherapies work by allowing the patient’s immune system to better recognise cancer cells and destroy them. Unfortunately, less than a quarter of patients with lung cancer benefit from immunotherapy so resistance to these types of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Samoan obesity's gene linkNew Zealand, there were 144,138 Samoans, or 3.6 per cent of the population, at
Samoan obesity's gene link
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
New Zealand, there were 144,138 Samoans, or 3.6 per cent of the population, at the last Census in 2013. The Ministry of Health 2014/15 annual health survey says about two-thirds of Pacific adults and almost one-third of Pacific children are... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
In Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of supportto join the bingo game that’s about to start. The smell of popcorn fills the ai
In Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of support
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
to join the bingo game that’s about to start. The smell of popcorn fills the air as 50 men crowd around the folding tables for a shot at the prize – a $10 Starbucks gift card. But that’s not the only reason they are here. The makeshift bingo hall... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionand Alcohol Rehab Center The Cabin in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Photo: Stuart Corle
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
and Alcohol Rehab Center The Cabin in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Photo: Stuart Corlett There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There are plenty of psychological scars... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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The Border Mail
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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The Courier
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
The Courier / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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The Young Witness
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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Western Advocate
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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Manning River Times
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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The North West Star
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addictionThere's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life
The Cabin Chiang Mai: back from the brink of addiction
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return to. There's a scar on Jenny's* leg that will forever provide a reminder of the life the 34-year-old never wants to return... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
The sun shines on proud graduateson the borough's annual graduation parade. More than 130 University Campus Old
The sun shines on proud graduates
Oldham Chronicle / Posted yesterday
on the borough's annual graduation parade. More than 130 University Campus Oldham graduates were led through the town centre by the New Orleans-style street band Mr Wilson's Second Liners, who belted out Nineties classics decked out in Sgt... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Teenage suicides at highest in recent years despite overall decline: SOS415 in 2014 and 422 in 2013. The suicide rate was 8.43, the lowest since a spik
Teenage suicides at highest in recent years despite overall decline: SOS
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
415 in 2014 and 422 in 2013. The suicide rate was 8.43, the lowest since a spike in 2012, the non-profit suicide prevention centre said on Monday (Jul 25). In the 10 to 19 age group, there were 27 suicides last year – double the number for this age... Read more
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Mashable
'Torture' of children in juvenile detention highlights the relevance of #BlackLivesMatter in Australiachildren in juvenile detention highlights the relevance of #BlackLivesMatter in
'Torture' of children in juvenile detention highlights the relevance of #BlackLivesMatter in Australia
Mashable / Posted yesterday
children in juvenile detention highlights the relevance of #BlackLivesMatter in Australia The Don Dale Juvenile Detention Centre in the Northern Territory is being accused of gross mistreatment, including the excessive tear gassing of six boys... Read more
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asianage
Pay attention to children's media dietPaediatricians, parents, industry and policymakers need to join forces to limit
Pay attention to children's media diet
asianage / Posted 2 days ago
Paediatricians, parents, industry and policymakers need to join forces to limit children’s exposure to virtual and real violence, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Committee on Communications and Media. “What is needed is stronger... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
In Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of supportMembers of the Dudes Club form a circle as they conclude one of two monthly mee
In Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of support
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Members of the Dudes Club form a circle as they conclude one of two monthly meetings in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, Thursday, October 29, 2015. Every other Thursday, Elvis Harry Wilson steps into a windowless bunker of a room that shuts out the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Oklahoma State basketball coach breaks down during press conferencedown in tears as he remembers player, 22, who died after team workout as it is
Oklahoma State basketball coach breaks down during press conference
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
down in tears as he remembers player, 22, who died after team workout as it is revealed he died from an enlarged heart Emotional Oklahoma State coach Brad Underwood said he is devastated by the news of player Tyrek Coger's death Coger died on... Read more
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TSN
Griffey Jr and Piazza set to enter Hall of Fameahead of only five other players — in the end didn't matter one bit. Two player
Griffey Jr and Piazza set to enter Hall of Fame
TSN / Posted 4 days ago
ahead of only five other players — in the end didn't matter one bit. Two players who wore their hats backward a lot — one for fun, the other because he had to — and left indelible imprints on the game will be rewarded Sunday with induction into... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Ken Griffey Jr and Mike Piazza set to enter Hall of Fameahead of only five other players — in the end didn't matter one bit. Two player
Ken Griffey Jr and Mike Piazza set to enter Hall of Fame
Brandon Sun / Posted 4 days ago
ahead of only five other players — in the end didn't matter one bit. Two players who wore their hats backward a lot — one for fun, the other because he had to — and left indelible imprints on the game will be rewarded Sunday with induction into... Read more
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Daily Mail
Kids who stay up late 'more likely to suffer depression in later life'to suffer depression and anxiety as adults. Bedtime! A new study getting child
Kids who stay up late 'more likely to suffer depression in later life'
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
to suffer depression and anxiety as adults. Bedtime! A new study getting children to bed on time could save them from emotional disorders in later life SO HOW MUCH SLEEP SHOULD YOUR CHILD BE GETTING A NIGHT? Doctors recommend that newborns... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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The Young Witness
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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Western Advocate
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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Manning River Times
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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The North West Star
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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The Border Mail
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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The Courier
The truth about NauruThe story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up t
The truth about Nauru
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
The story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. THE story you’re about to read could land a south-west woman in prison for up to two years. She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Great Escape: How a murderer almost got awayPhillip John Smith at Auckland International Airport before he boarded a flight
Great Escape: How a murderer almost got away
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Phillip John Smith at Auckland International Airport before he boarded a flight to Chile. Photo / Supplied When Phillip John Smith boarded a flight to Chile, the inmate left a trail of embarrassed government agencies and individuals. He's now back... Read more
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International Business Times
In wake of axe attack on German train – are traumatised refugees at risk of radicalisation? stress that there is no evidence to support a link, others argue that unaccompa
In wake of axe attack on German train – are traumatised refugees at risk of radicalisation?
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
stress that there is no evidence to support a link, others argue that unaccompanied minors such as the youth responsible for the attack may at risk, lacking the psychological and emotional support structures to resist extremist messages. Though... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Sex assault victims 'must not be afraid to call for help'VICTIMS of rape and sexual assault should not be afraid to call for help, say w
Sex assault victims 'must not be afraid to call for help'
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 days ago
VICTIMS of rape and sexual assault should not be afraid to call for help, say workers at Cumbria’s new expert centre to cope with such crimes. Support: Former Cumbria police and crime commissioner Richard Rhodes Those who have had their lives... Read more
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International Business Times
Prince Harry fulfils Princess Diana's legacy with Elton John at 21st International AIDS Conference In a continuation of his late mother Princess Diana's work for raising HIV awar
Prince Harry fulfils Princess Diana's legacy with Elton John at 21st International AIDS Conference
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
In a continuation of his late mother Princess Diana's work for raising HIV awareness, Prince Harry took to the stage with prominent campaigner Sir Elton John at the 21st International AIDS Conference in South Africa on 21 July. Harry and Elton John... Read more
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CBC.ca
Tragically Hip ready to kick off 1st tour since Gord Downie's cancer revelationthat front man Gord Downie, 52, has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.
Tragically Hip ready to kick off 1st tour since Gord Downie's cancer revelation
CBC.ca / Posted 4 days ago
that front man Gord Downie, 52, has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. The Hip has been perfecting its artistry for decades, entertaining millions with crowd-pleasers like Bobcaygeon, At the Hundredth Meridian, and Ahead by a... Read more
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Swissinfo
The Swiss who fought for change in NicaraguaCopyright All rights reserved. The content of the website by swissinfo.ch is c
The Swiss who fought for change in Nicaragua
Swissinfo / Posted 4 days ago
Copyright All rights reserved. The content of the website by swissinfo.ch is copyrighted. It is intended for private use only. Any other use of the website content beyond the use stipulated above, particularly the distribution, modification,... Read more
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Newham Recorder
Minds Matter: Devoted Newham mum reveals battle with wrong mental health diagnosis in teenage years Esther Shifra in her garden where she says she is happiest Esther Shifra com
Minds Matter: Devoted Newham mum reveals battle with wrong mental health diagnosis in teenage years
Newham Recorder / Posted 4 days ago
Esther Shifra in her garden where she says she is happiest Esther Shifra comes across as a thoughtful, intelligent and caring person. Chatting to... Read more
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CTV News
Man pleads guilty to attacks on people linked to B.C. Justice InstituteVANCOUVER - Families with links to a British Columbia justice training centre w
Man pleads guilty to attacks on people linked to B.C. Justice Institute
CTV News / Posted 4 days ago
VANCOUVER - Families with links to a British Columbia justice training centre were among the targets in the firebombings and shootings of their homes and vehicles by a man who has pleaded guilty to orchestrating the attacks, the Crown told a... Read more
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