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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
GOPers rally in defense of Kim DavisRepublican presidential candidates rallied around the Kentucky clerk taken into
GOPers rally in defense of Kim Davis
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 9 minutes ago
Republican presidential candidates rallied around the Kentucky clerk taken into custody Thursday for not issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk, declined to heed a U.S. Supreme Court order legalizing... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
GOPers rally in defense of Kim DavisRepublican presidential candidates rallied around the Kentucky clerk taken into
GOPers rally in defense of Kim Davis
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 17 minutes ago
Republican presidential candidates rallied around the Kentucky clerk taken into custody Thursday for not issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk, declined to heed a U.S. Supreme Court order legalizing... Read more
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Daily Mail
Accused drunken Porsche driver in court over death of friendContempt of the Porsche driver accused of drunkenly killing his friend in the H
Accused drunken Porsche driver in court over death of friend
Daily Mail / Posted 23 minutes ago
Contempt of the Porsche driver accused of drunkenly killing his friend in the Hamptons: Lawyer says he is 'distraught' – but sits counting wedge of dollars as he appears in court Sean Ludwick, 42, appeared in court today on a misdemeanor DWI and a... Read more
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22 WSBT South Bend
GOPers rally in defense of Kim DavisRepublican presidential candidates rallied around the Kentucky clerk taken into
GOPers rally in defense of Kim Davis
22 WSBT South Bend / Posted 47 minutes ago
Republican presidential candidates rallied around the Kentucky clerk taken into custody Thursday for not issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk, declined to heed a U.S. Supreme Court order legalizing... Read more
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ESPN
Five years later, former Rutgers standout Eric LeGrand still believes he will walk againIT'S YOUR NOSE this time. You try to do what you can for it, sitting alone in y
Five years later, former Rutgers standout Eric LeGrand still believes he will walk again
ESPN / Posted an hour ago
IT'S YOUR NOSE this time. You try to do what you can for it, sitting alone in your bedroom, arms resting on each side of a $40,000 wheelchair. You are parked beneath a giant TV, watching football. You scrunch your eyes and flex your cheeks, wriggle... Read more
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Christian Today
Kim Davis jailing splits American presidential candidatesRowan County clerk Kim Davis is shown in this booking photo provided by the Car
Kim Davis jailing splits American presidential candidates
Christian Today / Posted an hour ago
Rowan County clerk Kim Davis is shown in this booking photo provided by the Carter County Detention Center in Grayson, Kentucky September 3, 2015. Politicians in America are divided over the imprisonment of Christian Kim Davis for refusing to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Migration crisis: Desperate refugees escape camps and start a 110-mile trek to AustriaAccording to Hussein Kesvani, a reporter at of BuzzFeed News who has been in Bu
Migration crisis: Desperate refugees escape camps and start a 110-mile trek to Austria
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
According to Hussein Kesvani, a reporter at of BuzzFeed News who has been in Budapest this morning at Keleti station, those on the march are still walking, "most people relying on iPhone GPS and walking routes to avoid kettling". Walking still... Read more
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Slate
An Ancient Chinese Village’s Bloody Fight for SurvivalStories from Roads & Kingdoms Each week, Roads & Kingdoms and Slate publish a
An Ancient Chinese Village’s Bloody Fight for Survival
Slate / Posted 2 hours ago
Stories from Roads & Kingdoms Each week, Roads & Kingdoms and Slate publish a new dispatch from around the globe. For more foreign correspondence mixed with food, war, travel, and photography, visit their online magazine or follow @roadskingdoms on... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 3 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Refugee crisis: 'We have no food, no water. We are going to die,' say those on Hungary train for 24 hoursNigel Farage, speaking in central London, has given his view on the refugee cri
Refugee crisis: 'We have no food, no water. We are going to die,' say those on Hungary train for 24 hours
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
Nigel Farage, speaking in central London, has given his view on the refugee crisis, saying that 95 per cent of those entering Europe are economic migrants, writes David Hodari. Mr Farage listed a number of causes for alarm and suspicion. You only... Read more
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Mashable
'Doctor Who' season 9 is going to be the most epic yet. Here's whyWhat's This?Peter Capaldi holds a familiar object that could hold a clue to the
'Doctor Who' season 9 is going to be the most epic yet. Here's why
Mashable / Posted 3 hours ago
What's This?Peter Capaldi holds a familiar object that could hold a clue to the entire season. Warning: This post contains garden-variety spoilers as well as possible extreme spoilers. As of Saturday, the return of Doctor Who is a mere two weeks... Read more
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Salon.com
Debunking the myth of the “helicopter parent”: The pernicious cultural biases behind a collegiate urban legendParents who are overly involved in the lives of their college-age children are
Debunking the myth of the “helicopter parent”: The pernicious cultural biases behind a collegiate urban legend
Salon.com / Posted 3 hours ago
Parents who are overly involved in the lives of their college-age children are folks we love to scorn. A steady stream of articles and blog posts bristle with indignation over dads who phone the dean about a trivial problem or moms who know more than... Read more
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Quartz
A long and painful goodbye to my dying grandparents - Quartz Photos In July, I made my annual pilgrimage to Kottayam in the sout
A long and painful goodbye to my dying grandparents
Quartz / Posted 4 hours ago
- Quartz Photos In July, I made my annual pilgrimage to Kottayam in the southern Indian state of Kerala to see my ageing grandparents. They have... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Refugee crisis: 'We have no food, no water. We are going to die,' say those on Hungary train for 24 hoursThe funerals for Aylan, Galip and Rehan Kurdi have taken place with Abdullah Ku
Refugee crisis: 'We have no food, no water. We are going to die,' say those on Hungary train for 24 hours
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
The funerals for Aylan, Galip and Rehan Kurdi have taken place with Abdullah Kurdi saying his final goodbyes to his family after they drowned attempting to cross from Turkey to Greece. Refugees and migrants at the centre of the siege at Bicske... Read more
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Network Computing
D-Link Water Sensor: Pondering The Business RamificationsA new WiFi enabled gadget for detecting water leaks could help SMBs with disast
D-Link Water Sensor: Pondering The Business Ramifications
Network Computing / Posted 4 hours ago
A new WiFi enabled gadget for detecting water leaks could help SMBs with disaster recovery, but has a long way to go before it could be used in enterprise networks. Smart home devices share... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 4 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KTXS Abilene / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KECI Missoula / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Would Clinton be this bold today? | Politics - Home First lady spoke in China on women's rights 20 years ago E
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KTVZ Bend / Posted 5 hours ago
| Politics - Home First lady spoke in China on women's rights 20 years ago EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. More From... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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KTUU Anchorage
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KTUU Anchorage / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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CNN
Would Hillary Clinton be this bold today?Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state
Would Hillary Clinton be this bold today?
CNN / Posted 5 hours ago
Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady carved out a personal -- and audacious -- slice of... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Migrant crisis: Britain will take 4,000 Syrian refugees from Middle East camps, says UN"We obviously welcome very much the move to increase resettlement spaces for Sy
Migrant crisis: Britain will take 4,000 Syrian refugees from Middle East camps, says UN
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
"We obviously welcome very much the move to increase resettlement spaces for Syrians in the UK. Those spaces are going to be critical to the lives and future of 4,000 people," said spokeswoman Melissa Fleming. "We certainly believe that there's the... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
Local 10 Miami / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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KSPR Springfield
Would Clinton be this bold today?It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email s
Would Clinton be this bold today?
KSPR Springfield / Posted 5 hours ago
It's still Hillary Clinton's most iconic moment. Long before Benghazi, email scandals, a globetrotting run as secretary of state and the "18 million cracks" she punched in the glass ceiling during her 2008 presidential campaign, the then-first lady... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Tragedy of Our Broken PoliticsQuite a lot has gone wrong in this dear country. Yet, shockingly, instead of a
The Tragedy of Our Broken Politics
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 hours ago
Quite a lot has gone wrong in this dear country. Yet, shockingly, instead of a feeling of sheer outrage and utter indignation, the majority of Ugandans have become despondent and indifferent. Whether rich or poor, informed or ignorant, highly... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
Profitable trends in fashion retail Sector Focus In light of the ongoing consumer recovery, fashion retail sound
Profitable trends in fashion retail
Investors Chronicle / Posted 6 hours ago
Sector Focus In light of the ongoing consumer recovery, fashion retail sounds like the perfect place for investors' money. And yet, even as wages recover and consumer spending shows further signs of uplift, a... Read more
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The Hindu
Kiran Nagarkar on poverty, education, everything, except his latest bookAn angry Kiran Nagarkar talks about poverty, education, everything, except his
Kiran Nagarkar on poverty, education, everything, except his latest book
The Hindu / Posted 6 hours ago
An angry Kiran Nagarkar talks about poverty, education, everything, except his latest book. The afternoon I met Kiran Nagarkar, he did not want to talk too much about his new book, the latest (last?) instalment of the story that began in Ravan and... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Clerk jailed, deputies vow to issue licensesASHLAND, Ky. -- A defiant county clerk in Kentucky went to jail Thursday for re
Clerk jailed, deputies vow to issue licenses
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 6 hours ago
ASHLAND, Ky. -- A defiant county clerk in Kentucky went to jail Thursday for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, but five of her deputies agreed to issue the licenses themselves. U.S. District Judge David Bunning said he had no... Read more
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The Daily & Sunday Review
Towanda at Canton highlights first week of local high school football seasonThe thermometer may be in the mid-80s but local high school football begins ton
Towanda at Canton highlights first week of local high school football season
The Daily & Sunday Review / Posted 8 hours ago
The thermometer may be in the mid-80s but local high school football begins tonight. There are several tough non-league battles set up on both sides of the border while inside the league two NTL cross-over games are slated. TOWANDA AT CANTON, 7... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Deadline set for today in Safari Club drawingSafari Club International Yampa Valley Chapter is selling tickets for a drawing
Deadline set for today in Safari Club drawing
Craig Daily Press / Posted 8 hours ago
Safari Club International Yampa Valley Chapter is selling tickets for a drawing as part of its efforts to support 4-H shooting sports, work with disabled veterans and other projects in the area. The prize is a Teton four-burner gas grill. Single... Read more
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IGN
9 Important New Details from Star Wars AftermathWhat's going on in the galaxy far, far away? Editor’s Note: This feature inclu
9 Important New Details from Star Wars Aftermath
IGN / Posted 9 hours ago
What's going on in the galaxy far, far away? Editor’s Note: This feature includes major spoilers for Aftermath, the new Star Wars novel set after Return of the Jedi and before The Force Awakens. I’ll try to be vague where I can, but I highly... Read more
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The Irish Times
VHI chief has a long-term health plan for Ireland Since he took over as CEO of the VHI in 2012, John O’Dwyer has been trying to
VHI chief has a long-term health plan for Ireland
The Irish Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Since he took over as CEO of the VHI in 2012, John O’Dwyer has been trying to prepare the insurer for the future John O’Dwyer, chief executive of VHI. Photograph: Aidan Crawley There was no... Read more
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IGN
9 Important New Details from Star Wars AftermathWhat's going on in the galaxy far, far away? Editor’s Note: This feature inclu
9 Important New Details from Star Wars Aftermath
IGN / Posted 10 hours ago
What's going on in the galaxy far, far away? Editor’s Note: This feature includes major spoilers for Aftermath, the new Star Wars novel set after Return of the Jedi and before The Force Awakens. I’ll try to be vague where I can, but I highly... Read more
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J Weekly
prose | A Master Plan for Rescueby janis cooke newman Author’s note: “A Master Plan for Rescue” has two main n
prose | A Master Plan for Rescue
J Weekly / Posted 16 hours ago
by janis cooke newman Author’s note: “A Master Plan for Rescue” has two main narrators; Jack, a 12-year-old Irish boy, and Jakob, a Jewish man in his late 20s. This section is told from Jakob’s point of view. Rebecca is the woman he loves. She is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Loxton's total recall: underarms were legitimate, just not the way Trevor Chappell bowled hisSam Loxton can't see the length of a cricket pitch these days, and gets around
Loxton's total recall: underarms were legitimate, just not the way Trevor Chappell bowled his
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
Sam Loxton can't see the length of a cricket pitch these days, and gets around his Gold Coast property on a motorised scooter, but his powers of recollection are razor sharp. His powerful jaw is as firmly set as ever, and the once gruff exterior has... Read more
17h
Al-Ahram Weekly
gravest-threat-worldThroughout the world there is great relief and optimism about the nuclear deal
gravest-threat-world
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 17 hours ago
Throughout the world there is great relief and optimism about the nuclear deal reached in Vienna between Iran and the P5+1 nations, the five veto-holding members of the UN Security Council and Germany. Most of the world apparently shares the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Teams vying for last shot at grand final spotsCONGRATULATIONS to all teams who made it straight through to out grand final an
Teams vying for last shot at grand final spots
Daily Examiner / Posted 17 hours ago
CONGRATULATIONS to all teams who made it straight through to out grand final and good luck to teams about to battle it out for another chance. We remind all players, coaches and spectators that umpire decisions are to be respected. As an association... Read more
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Northern Star
Teams vying for last shot at grand final spotsCONGRATULATIONS to all teams who made it straight through to out grand final an
Teams vying for last shot at grand final spots
Northern Star / Posted 18 hours ago
CONGRATULATIONS to all teams who made it straight through to out grand final and good luck to teams about to battle it out for another chance. We remind all players, coaches and spectators that umpire decisions are to be respected. As an association... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Power cash handout an asset for all of usEnergy trust would be more loveable if its annual payout wasn’t used to benefit
Power cash handout an asset for all of us
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
Energy trust would be more loveable if its annual payout wasn’t used to benefit individuals ... or to promote re-election of trustees. In about a month, Aucklanders living within the old boundaries of Manukau and Auckland cities and northern... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Obama wins internal political battle over presidency-defining Iran dealThe other day, the writer participated in a seminar organised by the Africa Mid
Obama wins internal political battle over presidency-defining Iran deal
Daily Maverick / Posted 18 hours ago
The other day, the writer participated in a seminar organised by the Africa Middle East Centre in Pretoria to discuss the accord between the P5+1 (China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the US, plus Germany) and Iran over Iran's nuclear plans,... Read more
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