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TribLIVE
A battered ISIS grows ever more dependent on ‘lone wolves,’ simple plans'lone wolves,' simple plans The would-be terrorist who tried to blow up Brusse
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
'lone wolves,' simple plans The would-be terrorist who tried to blow up Brussels' main transit hub last month had plenty of ambition, but no discernible talent. His homemade bomb, a suitcase stuffed with nails and camp-stove gas canisters,... Read more
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EuroNews
Protesters rampage through shopping area in central Athens100 protesters marched through the area throwing rocks and smashing windows. T
EuroNews / Posted 7 days ago
100 protesters marched through the area throwing rocks and smashing windows. The protest followed a court’s rejection of an appeal by a 29-year-old student against her conviction of belonging to a radical anarchist group. “We heard a group of... Read more
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DW
After G20: A look at left-wing radicalism in Europe |in Europe whose activities are at least somewhat coordinated. But Europol says
DW / Posted 14 days ago
in Europe whose activities are at least somewhat coordinated. But Europol says it doesn't have any reliable estimates of the numbers of people involved. In its latest report on the defense of the country's constitution, the German Interior... Read more
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Aljazeera
Greece releases jailed anarchist writer Tasos TheofilouAthens, Greece - A cloud of tension hovered inside an Athens courtroom as an an
Aljazeera / Posted 17 days ago
Athens, Greece - A cloud of tension hovered inside an Athens courtroom as an anxious crowd waited to hear the appeal verdict in the case of 34-year-old Tasos Theofilou, an anarcho-communist and novelist who has been in prison since 2012. Several... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
'Jihadists' next target: Asean'threats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means th
Manila Standard Today / Posted 23 days ago
threats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means that it’s here to stay, that despite years of effort you can’t eradicate it,” Ng Eng Hen told reporters ahead of the country’s armed forces day on July 1. “The problem... Read more
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Canberra Times
Islamic State's fading fortunes are bad news for south-east Asia, says Singaporethreats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means th
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
threats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means that it's here to stay, that despite years of effort you can't eradicate it," Ng Eng Hen told reporters ahead of the country's armed forces day on July 1. "The problem... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why Islamic State's fading fortunes are bad news for south-east Asiathreats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means th
Brisbane Times / Posted 24 days ago
threats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means that it's here to stay, that despite years of effort you can't eradicate it," Ng Eng Hen told reporters ahead of the country's armed forces day on July 1. "The problem... Read more
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Daily Mail
Agony for parents raising two children with childhood Alzheimer'sSanfilippo syndrome, causing mental and motor degeneration Alexa has lost her
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Sanfilippo syndrome, causing mental and motor degeneration Alexa has lost her speech and Lacey is beginning to show signs of the disease There is no cure, but there is some hope in a foundation and gene therapy Alexa Worrall's parents knew they... Read more
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Daily Mail
Billionaire Paypal founder 'bankrolls woolly mammoth resurrection'Paypal founder Peter Thiel 'bankrolls woolly mammoth resurrection project' Pet
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Paypal founder Peter Thiel 'bankrolls woolly mammoth resurrection project' Peter Thiel has reportedly put $100,000 of his own funds into the scheme The Harvard project will modify elephant cells using frozen mammoth DNA The claims were... Read more
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Daily Mail
Being hunter-gatherers boosted brains and taught us to love exerciseboosted human brainpower and taught us to love exercise Exercise improves brai
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
boosted human brainpower and taught us to love exercise Exercise improves brain health by inducing the development of new brain cells The link may be a product of our evolutionary history as hunter-gatherers Parts of the brain involving... Read more
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Daily Mail
CIA agent tells story for first time since he was held captiveEXCLUSIVE: CIA contractor who shot two Pakistani robbers then feared death at t
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
EXCLUSIVE: CIA contractor who shot two Pakistani robbers then feared death at the hands of mob breaks silence to tell of real-life Homeland plot which became diplomatic crisis CIA contractor Raymond Davis was held captive in Lahore, Pakistan after... Read more
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Daily Mail
Laurie Hernandez describes late grandmother's battle with Alzheimer'sLaurie Hernandez speaks out about grandmother's battle with Alzheimer's - and o
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Laurie Hernandez speaks out about grandmother's battle with Alzheimer's - and offers advice for other grandchildren with relatives fighting the disease Laurie Hernandez's grandmother lost her battle with Alzheimer's last November The Olympic... Read more
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Daily Mail
Self-powering smart windows control the amount of light and heatIncredible self-powering smart window that could save on energy costs by automa
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Incredible self-powering smart window that could save on energy costs by automatically controlling the amount of light and heat in your home The window uses near-ultraviolet light to generate electricity This then powers chemical reactions that... Read more
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WA Today
Why Islamic State's fading fortunes are bad news for south-east Asiathreats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means th
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
threats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means that it's here to stay, that despite years of effort you can't eradicate it," Ng Eng Hen told reporters ahead of the country's armed forces day on July 1. "The problem... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why Islamic State's fading fortunes are bad news for south-east Asiathreats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
threats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means that it's here to stay, that despite years of effort you can't eradicate it," Ng Eng Hen told reporters ahead of the country's armed forces day on July 1. "The problem... Read more
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The Age
Why Islamic State's fading fortunes are bad news for south-east Asiathreats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means th
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
threats we usually refer to threats like dengue or tuberculosis, which means that it's here to stay, that despite years of effort you can't eradicate it," Ng Eng Hen told reporters ahead of the country's armed forces day on July 1. "The problem... Read more
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Daily Mail
Children with food allergies are more likely to have anxietylikely to have anxiety: Managing their condition and feeling different from the
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
likely to have anxiety: Managing their condition and feeling different from their peers causes youngsters stress Some 57% of youngsters with a food allergy report having anxiety symptoms Anxiety symptoms only occur in 48% of children without any... Read more
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