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Northern Daily Leader
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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The Young Witness
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
The Young Witness / Posted 6 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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Western Advocate
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
Western Advocate / Posted 15 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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Manning River Times
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
Manning River Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 20 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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iol.co.za
Don't sweat the birds-and-bees talk.Sex education for young children is not really about sex. It is about biology.
Don't sweat the birds-and-bees talk
iol.co.za / Posted 25 minutes ago
.Sex education for young children is not really about sex. It is about biology. QUESTION: Can you suggest a response to a six-year-old who has read the rating information for a PG-13 (I think) movie and asks, “What are 'sexual situations'?” ANSWER:... Read more
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guardian-series
'Neglected state of graveyard is disrespectful', claims neighbourA man who maintains the graves of his neighbours has blasted the council over t
'Neglected state of graveyard is disrespectful', claims neighbour
guardian-series / Posted 27 minutes ago
A man who maintains the graves of his neighbours has blasted the council over the overgrown conditions of the cemetery. Walthamstow Cemetery in Queen’s Road has been left neglected and poorly maintained according to Peter King, 73, who has lived... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Custodial Sentences for Veld Fire OffencesGovernment has amended the Forest Act and people caught violating veld fires re
Custodial Sentences for Veld Fire Offences
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 minutes ago
Government has amended the Forest Act and people caught violating veld fires regulations will now receive mandatory custodial sentences, Vice President Phekezela Mphoko said yesterday. Officially launching the 2015 National Fire Action Plan Roll Out... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Slaa Slams Chadema on LowassaChadema has lost credibility and public trust for accepting former Prime Minist
Slaa Slams Chadema on Lowassa
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 minutes ago
Chadema has lost credibility and public trust for accepting former Prime Minister Edward Lowassa who has incessantly been implicated in various corrupt practices, the opposition party's former Secretary General, Dr Willibrod Slaa, charged in Dar es... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Atmosphere of CorruptionEarly last year, Dr. Hussaini Abdu, the then Nigeria Country Director for Actio
The Atmosphere of Corruption
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 minutes ago
Early last year, Dr. Hussaini Abdu, the then Nigeria Country Director for ActionAid, invited me to join a team of five members that would help the global institution conduct a research on the relationship between poverty and corruption in Nigeria.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Special Courts Must Be BipartisanThe just-concluded conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), wheich hap
Special Courts Must Be Bipartisan
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 minutes ago
The just-concluded conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), wheich happened to be its 55th annual general conference was a timely event. As the country undertake a soul searching with the current regime of government, it is important that... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ethnic Arrogance and the Nigeria of Our DreamsOne of the solutions, I think, is the engaging of our young people by first pro
Ethnic Arrogance and the Nigeria of Our Dreams
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 minutes ago
One of the solutions, I think, is the engaging of our young people by first providing them with meaningful employment and the teaching of vocational trades plus offering an environment where they can thrive. This could be one way to effectively... Read more
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The North West Star
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
The North West Star / Posted 32 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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The North West Star
AFL substitutes rule gone in 2016The red vest has been put on the substitute, with the AFL deciding on Thursday
AFL substitutes rule gone in 2016
The North West Star / Posted 32 minutes ago
The red vest has been put on the substitute, with the AFL deciding on Thursday that the controversial substitution rule would not be in place in 2016. Players and clubs rejoiced on Thursday, with the red vest put on the substitute, after the AFL... Read more
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Bolton News
Tyre-slash spree as vandal targets up to 20 carsDisgruntled residents in Moss Bank Way woke on Wednesday morning to discover th
Tyre-slash spree as vandal targets up to 20 cars
Bolton News / Posted 37 minutes ago
Disgruntled residents in Moss Bank Way woke on Wednesday morning to discover the damage to the vehicles which were parked near the junction with Sharples Park. Police have confirmed that damage to 10 vehicles has been reported to them but neighbours... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
Daily Liberal / Posted 37 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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The Border Mail
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
The Border Mail / Posted 40 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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iafrica.com
'Islamic State worse than Nazis'Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Credit: AFP Australian Prime Minister T
'Islamic State worse than Nazis'
iafrica.com / Posted 41 minutes ago
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Credit: AFP Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was slammed by Jewish groups on Thursday after saying that Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria were worse than Nazis as they "boast about their... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeConfronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 44 minutes ago
Confronting images have helped change history before. Now an image of a drowned boy is opening the world's eyes to the global refugee crisis. If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Australian PM says IS militants worse than NazisSYDNEY - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was slammed by Jewish groups Thu
Australian PM says IS militants worse than Nazis
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 44 minutes ago
SYDNEY - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was slammed by Jewish groups Thursday after saying that Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria were worse than Nazis as they "boast about their evil". Militants of the Islamic State group pose with... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
hockey, baseball, lacrosseVan Rycheghem hits single in win OSAKA, Japan – Catcher Luke Van Rycheghem of
hockey, baseball, lacrosse
Chatham Daily News / Posted 47 minutes ago
Van Rycheghem hits single in win OSAKA, Japan – Catcher Luke Van Rycheghem of Kent Bridge hit a single in four at-bats as Canada beat South Africa 11-10 at the U-18 Baseball World Cup on Wednesday. Canada (3-2) scored five runs in the bottom of the... Read more
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Daily Record
Babies 'Hope' and 'Shelter' born amid chaos and despair of the migrant crisisTheir names are Hope and Shelter. Amid the chaos and desperation of the spiral
Babies 'Hope' and 'Shelter' born amid chaos and despair of the migrant crisis
Daily Record / Posted 51 minutes ago
Their names are Hope and Shelter. Amid the chaos and desperation of the spiralling migrant crisis, two babies born in the shadow of a Hungarian railway station. One baby girl was reportedly born in an underpass next to the station in the capital of... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Leeds Rhinos Jury: Result justifies pre-final confidenceWe only went and did it again! After many years of hurt we’ve now won the Chall
Leeds Rhinos Jury: Result justifies pre-final confidence
Yorkshire evening post / Posted an hour ago
We only went and did it again! After many years of hurt we’ve now won the Challenge Cup two years in a row. I was very confident the boys would come up with the goods and defeat a Hull KR team that had overcome many odds to reach this year’s final,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Australian PM says Islamic State militants worse than NazisAustralian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was slammed by Jewish groups Thursday (Se
Australian PM says Islamic State militants worse than Nazis
Channel NewsAsia / Posted an hour ago
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was slammed by Jewish groups Thursday (Sep 3) after saying that Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria were worse than Nazis as they "boast about their evil". The Australian leader, who is considering... Read more
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The Age
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeAylan Kurdi, left, with his brother Galip. Both drowned in their family's attem
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Aylan Kurdi, left, with his brother Galip. Both drowned in their family's attempt to reach Greece. Photo: Supplied If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around the world, or if you cannot... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us noticeAylan Kurdi, left, with his brother Galip. Both drowned in their family's attem
The picture that moved a world: why it took little Aylan to make us notice
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
Aylan Kurdi, left, with his brother Galip. Both drowned in their family's attempt to reach Greece. Photo: Supplied If you cannot bear to see the photograph of a drowned little boy that has been viewed by millions around the world, or if you cannot... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Jewish backlash after Tony Abbott says Islamic State terrorists are worse than the NazisAustralia's peak Jewish group has rounded on Prime Minister Tony Abbott for sug
Jewish backlash after Tony Abbott says Islamic State terrorists are worse than the Nazis
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
Australia's peak Jewish group has rounded on Prime Minister Tony Abbott for suggesting Islamic State are worse than the Nazis. Australia's peak Jewish group has rounded on Prime Minister Tony Abbott for suggesting Islamic State terrorists are in... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Umno leader demands status of police probe into 1MDB, says world laughing at copsEx- Published: 3 September 2015 12:45 PM Former Umno Batu Kawan vice-chairman
Umno leader demands status of police probe into 1MDB, says world laughing at cops
The Malaysian Insider / Posted an hour ago
Ex- Published: 3 September 2015 12:45 PM Former Umno Batu Kawan vice-chairman Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan had lodged a report against 1MDB over weaknesses in its... Read more
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Daily Mail
The worst job in sport - the CHEWING GUM handler for Nick Kyrgios?Shocking moment Nick Kyrgios took a 'wad' of chewing gum from his mouth and han
The worst job in sport - the CHEWING GUM handler for Nick Kyrgios?
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
Shocking moment Nick Kyrgios took a 'wad' of chewing gum from his mouth and handed it to a female staff member before a television interview Kyrgios hands his used chewing gum to a handler before an interview The incident happened after his defeat... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Jewish backlash after Tony Abbott says Islamic State terrorists are worse than the NazisAustralia's peak Jewish group has rounded on Prime Minister Tony Abbott for sug
Jewish backlash after Tony Abbott says Islamic State terrorists are worse than the Nazis
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
Australia's peak Jewish group has rounded on Prime Minister Tony Abbott for suggesting Islamic State are worse than the Nazis. Australia's peak Jewish group has rounded on Prime Minister Tony Abbott for suggesting Islamic State terrorists are in... Read more
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Leeds United Football Club
LeedsMidfielder Lewis Cook has been discussing United’s positive start to the season
Leeds
Leeds United Football Club / Posted an hour ago
Midfielder Lewis Cook has been discussing United’s positive start to the season while away on international duty with England Under-19s. Cook, part of Aidy Bothroyd's 20-man squad to face Germany and Croatia, linked up with the Young Lions squad... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Islamic State worse than Nazis, says AbbottAustralian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. (Josh Wilson, AFP) Sydney - Australia's
Islamic State worse than Nazis, says Abbott
News 24 South Africa / Posted an hour ago
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. (Josh Wilson, AFP) Sydney - Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Thursday that Islamic State is worse than the Nazis were during World War II. "The Nazis did terrible evil but they had sufficient... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Babies 'Hope' and 'Shelter' born amid chaos and despair of the migrant crisisTheir names are Hope and Shelter. Amid the chaos and desperation of the spiral
Babies 'Hope' and 'Shelter' born amid chaos and despair of the migrant crisis
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
Their names are Hope and Shelter. Amid the chaos and desperation of the spiralling migrant crisis, two babies born in the shadow of a Hungarian railway station. One baby girl was reportedly born in an underpass next to the station in the capital of... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
City to install artificial turf at Riverside StadiumAn old stadium appears ready to get a new look. Victoria City Council is expec
City to install artificial turf at Riverside Stadium
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
An old stadium appears ready to get a new look. Victoria City Council is expected to give final approval at its October meeting for the installation of an artificial turf infield at Riverside Stadium. Colby VanGundy, director of parks and... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Quick hits for Sept. 3, 2015 | Published 15 minutes ago It’s usually not good form to go after freshmen.
Quick hits for Sept. 3, 2015
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 2 hours ago
| Published 15 minutes ago It’s usually not good form to go after freshmen. After all, we were freshmen too once. But you know what we weren’t doing in our first three weeks? Trying to bring down the academic freedom... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
POST TIME: Upthegrove Beach named for pioneer familyOur July 16 column on the history of Okeechobee prompted a note from Marilyn Mi
POST TIME: Upthegrove Beach named for pioneer family
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 2 hours ago
Our July 16 column on the history of Okeechobee prompted a note from Marilyn Miller in Palm Beach Gardens, who once was acquainted with the Upthegrove family and asked about the origin of the southeast Okeechobee County settlement called Upthegrove... Read more
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Lapeer Area View
Fat Guy CornerJeff Day — Sports Columnist A merican Pharoah raced at Saratoga over the weeken
Fat Guy Corner
Lapeer Area View / Posted 2 hours ago
Jeff Day — Sports Columnist A merican Pharoah raced at Saratoga over the weekend in the Travers Stakes. American Pharoah came up a little short and lost to a horse named Keen Ice. Keen Ice was a 16-1 bomb that I am sure made some horse betters a lot... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'You're testing our patience mate': Warne gives Kyrgios attitude adviceShane Warne gives Nick Kyrgios attitude advice in open letter, urging him to 's
'You're testing our patience mate': Warne gives Kyrgios attitude advice
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
Shane Warne gives Nick Kyrgios attitude advice in open letter, urging him to 'step up' and show respect Australian cricket great Shane Warne has penned an open letter to Nick Kyrgios, telling the controversial tennis star to "step up" and warning:... Read more
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Swartz Creek View
Everyone loses at some pointAmerican Pharoah raced at Saratoga over the weekend in the Travers Stakes. Amer
Everyone loses at some point
Swartz Creek View / Posted 2 hours ago
American Pharoah raced at Saratoga over the weekend in the Travers Stakes. American Pharoah came up a little short and lost to a horse named Keen Ice. Keen Ice was a 16-1 bomb that I am sure made some horse betters a lot of money. Saratoga is a track... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Cheney Not Welcome HereSomewhere along the line, those organizations became captives of the Republican
Cheney Not Welcome Here
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 2 hours ago
Somewhere along the line, those organizations became captives of the Republican Party, and of the increasingly destructive, right-wing elements of the Republican Party at that. Nothing symbolizes that more than the West Virginia Chamber's decision to... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Warne tells Kyrgios: ‘You’re testing our patience mate’Nick Kyrgios, of Australia, returns to Richard Gasquet, of France, during a fir
Warne tells Kyrgios: ‘You’re testing our patience mate’
Inquirier.net / Posted 2 hours ago
Nick Kyrgios, of Australia, returns to Richard Gasquet, of France, during a first round match at the Western & Southern Open tennis tournament, Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015, in Mason, Ohio. AP Photo SYDNEY, Australia—Australian cricket great Shane Warne... Read more
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News.com.au
PM compares Islamic State to Nazisbreaking news Tony Abbott is copping flak for suggesting Islamic State terro
PM compares Islamic State to Nazis
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
breaking news Tony Abbott is copping flak for suggesting Islamic State terrorists are worse than the Nazis.Source: AAP TONY Abbott is copping flak for suggesting Islamic State terrorists are worse than the... Read more
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The Coast
Show with the flow"It's such an intersectional topic," says Alanah Correia, the curator of Our Bo
Show with the flow
The Coast / Posted 2 hours ago
"It's such an intersectional topic," says Alanah Correia, the curator of Our Bodies, Our Blood, a menstrual-themed art show opening at Plan B on Tuesday. "It's not just about femininity and gender issues but it's also environmental, political,... Read more
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Daily Press
Opinion: Nation needs to talk about immigration -- but not in the way Donald Trump insistsThe United States needs to talk about immigration. Approximately 11.3 million
Opinion: Nation needs to talk about immigration -- but not in the way Donald Trump insists
Daily Press / Posted 2 hours ago
The United States needs to talk about immigration. Approximately 11.3 million people live in this country in violation of federal law and their status requires resolution, ideally in the context of a larger discussion about the process by which one... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Shane Warne tells Kyrgios 'you're testing our patience mate'SYDNEY - Australian cricket great Shane Warne told tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios
Shane Warne tells Kyrgios 'you're testing our patience mate'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 hours ago
SYDNEY - Australian cricket great Shane Warne told tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios Thursday respect was more important than being liked and warned him "you're testing our patience mate". Nick Kyrgios of Australia shows his emotions during his US Open... Read more
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The Courier
LETTERS TO THE EDITORFOR many Australians, Father’s Day is a wonderful time, characterised by loving
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
FOR many Australians, Father’s Day is a wonderful time, characterised by lovingly-prepared breakfasts in bed and family gatherings. HAPPY TIMES: This Sunday is Father's Day and, for many, it is a happy occasion. For others, it may not be, and there... Read more
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Mashable
Australia's prime minister won't stop comparing things to the NazisAustralia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott loves a rhetorical flourish, but it may
Australia's prime minister won't stop comparing things to the Nazis
Mashable / Posted 2 hours ago
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott loves a rhetorical flourish, but it may be time for him to change up his metaphors. "The Nazis did terrible evil but they had a sufficient sense of shame to try to hide it," he said. "These people boast about... Read more
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Flint Township View
Everyone loses at some pointAmerican Pharoah raced at Saratoga over the weekend in the Travers Stakes. Amer
Everyone loses at some point
Flint Township View / Posted 2 hours ago
American Pharoah raced at Saratoga over the weekend in the Travers Stakes. American Pharoah came up a little short and lost to a horse named Keen Ice. Keen Ice was a 16-1 bomb that I am sure made some horse betters a lot of money. Saratoga is a track... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Plan Your Free Online Education At Lifehacker U: September 2015 EditionYour education doesn’t have to stop once you leave school. We’ve put together a
Plan Your Free Online Education At Lifehacker U: September 2015 Edition
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 2 hours ago
Your education doesn’t have to stop once you leave school. We’ve put together a curriculum of some of the best free online classes available on the web for the latest term of Lifehacker U, our regularly updating guide to improving your life with... Read more
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