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Zero Hedge
France's "Great Wall Of Calais"cited by the Telegraph. In recent months, masked gangs of people smugglers arm
France's "Great Wall Of Calais"
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
cited by the Telegraph. In recent months, masked gangs of people smugglers armed with knives, bats and tire irons have forced truck drivers to stop so that migrants can board their vehicles. "Before, it was just attempts to get on trucks. Now... Read more
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Rocklin & Roseville Today
Video: Roseville State of the City Addressfrom purchases made by visitors to our community. So I want to start by thankin
Video: Roseville State of the City Address
Rocklin & Roseville Today / Posted 2 days ago
from purchases made by visitors to our community. So I want to start by thanking our businesses, residents, and visitors for the purchases you make. Roseville has been able to become the city it is, in no small part, through your... Read more
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Evening Standard
West End pedicab drivers 'are paid tips by prostitutes'London rickshaw drivers' links to the sex trade were exposed today, as hundreds
West End pedicab drivers 'are paid tips by prostitutes'
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
London rickshaw drivers' links to the sex trade were exposed today, as hundreds of businesses called for an urgent crackdown on their "wild west" actions. A new investigation has revealed that drivers of pedicabs - also known as rickshaws - are... Read more
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Philly.com
Fed guidelines for self-driving cars won't get in Pa.'s wayFederal guidelines for self-driving vehicles released Tuesday will complement P
Fed guidelines for self-driving cars won't get in Pa.'s way
Philly.com / Posted 5 days ago
Federal guidelines for self-driving vehicles released Tuesday will complement Pennsylvania’s plans to create a policy framework for the technology that has the potential to be a major industry in the state, the state’s transportation secretary... Read more
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The Atlantic
A New Era For the AutomobileHere’s how it usually happens: Technology comes first, and the law follows. Air
A New Era For the Automobile
The Atlantic / Posted 5 days ago
Here’s how it usually happens: Technology comes first, and the law follows. Airplanes first flew across the skies long before control towers popped up, and cellphones were ubiquitous long before texting-while-driving was outlawed. This makes sense.... Read more
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Quartz
How Florida became the most important US state in the race to legalize self-driving carsaround the capital building, and then headed to the freeway, accelerating to 70
How Florida became the most important US state in the race to legalize self-driving cars
Quartz / Posted 5 days ago
around the capital building, and then headed to the freeway, accelerating to 70 mph. No one touched the steering wheel for most of the ride, Brandes recounts. “It was an education campaign to get people to understand that this is the future,”... Read more
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Philly.com
Politics of pain: Drugmakers fought state opioid limits amid crisisEditor's note: This is the first installment of a two-day series. Day two explo
Politics of pain: Drugmakers fought state opioid limits amid crisis
Philly.com / Posted 6 days ago
Editor's note: This is the first installment of a two-day series. Day two explores how a loose coalition of drugmakers and industry-backed nonprofits shaped the federal response to the opioid crisis. The makers of prescription painkillers have... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
From #feesmustfall to Budget Battlesparticularly "South Africa in the 21st Century in Video: A Youtube Playlist," a
From #feesmustfall to Budget Battles
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
particularly "South Africa in the 21st Century in Video: A Youtube Playlist," available at http://tinyurl.com/hqpr255 For previous AfricaFocus Bulletins on South Africa, visit http://www.africafocus.org/country/southafrica.php- Editor's... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Media Denounces Cran Regulationdrive to regulate the media through a proposed broadcasting code was yesterday
Media Denounces Cran Regulation
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
drive to regulate the media through a proposed broadcasting code was yesterday given a thumbs down by the Action Namibia coalition. Cran hosted a third public hearing to get input from the media and members of the public on the proposed... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Hot Seat: Kagoro on NTA, Zim's futureis the economy. Now, given the fragile political landscape, how much time do we
Hot Seat: Kagoro on NTA, Zim's future
New Zimbabwe / Posted 20 days ago
is the economy. Now, given the fragile political landscape, how much time do we have as a country and what is the way forward? Welcome on the programme Brian. Brian: Thank you Violet. Violet: I am sure you have seen that the mood in the... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Gun owners vocal at public hearing over gun ban in state buildingsof General Services (DGS) said. That means the order is scheduled to expire nex
Gun owners vocal at public hearing over gun ban in state buildings
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 25 days ago
of General Services (DGS) said. That means the order is scheduled to expire next year. DGS is in the process of making the regulation permanent and has opened a public comment period on how the state could improve it. At Wednesday's hearing, local... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Letters to the Editor “Why Torture Doesn’t Work,” summarizes the neuroscience available. Certainly, t
Letters to the Editor
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
“Why Torture Doesn’t Work,” summarizes the neuroscience available. Certainly, there are no scientific studies of torture for obvious ethical reasons, but neuroscientists have studied animal models of how the brain reacts to fear, extreme... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
YOUR OPINION“Why Torture Doesn’t Work,” summarizes the neuroscience available. Certainly, t
YOUR OPINION
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
“Why Torture Doesn’t Work,” summarizes the neuroscience available. Certainly, there are no scientific studies of torture for obvious ethical reasons, but neuroscientists have studied animal models of how the brain reacts to fear, extreme... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Marcoses should be careful what they wish forOpponents of Marcos burial in Heroes’ Cemetery preparing for global Sept. 7 pro
Marcoses should be careful what they wish for
Inquirier.net / Posted 27 days ago
Opponents of Marcos burial in Heroes’ Cemetery preparing for global Sept. 7 protest in San Francisco. CONTRIBUTED At the book launching of “Women Against Marcos: Stories of Filipino and Filipino American Women Who Fought A Dictator” held at the... Read more
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