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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Review: "An Odyssey"place holder for perhaps shorter poems that were earlier transmitted orally and
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 5 hours ago
place holder for perhaps shorter poems that were earlier transmitted orally and joined in a longer verse form later.) Aristotle (384 – 322 BC) describes the story simply in his “Poetics”, like this: “The plot of the Odyssey is not long in the... Read more
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Boston Globe
At 105, Marian Cannon Schlesinger offered wisdom about feminism, creativity, and lifereviews and international reporting. She was in Greece for the October 1968 wed
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
reviews and international reporting. She was in Greece for the October 1968 wedding of her friend Jacqueline Kennedy to Aristotle Onassis. “The Greeks identify the terrible tragedies of the Kennedy family with the Greek myths,” she wrote for the... Read more
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CBS News
Excerpt: Walter Isaacson's "Leonardo da Vinci"a migration of fleeing scholars with bundles of manuscripts containing the anci
CBS News / Posted yesterday
a migration of fleeing scholars with bundles of manuscripts containing the ancient wisdom of Euclid, Ptolemy, Plato, and Aristotle. Born within a year of Leonardo were Christopher Columbus and Amerigo Vespucci, who would lead an era of... Read more
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Breitbart
Vatican Official: Environmental Sustainability Creates ‘Real’ HappinessGod, myself, other people, and the environment.” Curiously, for an event organ
Breitbart / Posted 3 days ago
God, myself, other people, and the environment.” Curiously, for an event organized by the Vatican, the brochure cites Aristotle and Pope Francis, and references Immanuel Kant, but never mentions Jesus Christ—perhaps because he never taught... Read more
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express
‘Elvis kissed me, Petula Clark hated me & I danced NAKED at 15’ 1960s legend reveals allwrote some of the biggest pops hits of the 1960s AND the Neighbours theme tune
express / Posted 3 days ago
wrote some of the biggest pops hits of the 1960s AND the Neighbours theme tune and partied with the Beatles, Elvis and Aristotle Onassis - who tried to seduce her on his yacht. New autobiography Being Me reveals the glittering career of the... Read more
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Santa Rosa Press Gazette
RON HART: Political correctness leading to comedy's slow deathJohn Cleese and Chris Rock agree. Many say they will not play college gigs anym
Santa Rosa Press Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
John Cleese and Chris Rock agree. Many say they will not play college gigs anymore because of the rigid PC pushback. Since Aristotle, evolved and free societies have used political satire to make society better. It keeps community leaders in check... Read more
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Crestview News Bulletin
RON HART: Political correctness leading to comedy's slow deathJohn Cleese and Chris Rock agree. Many say they will not play college gigs anym
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
John Cleese and Chris Rock agree. Many say they will not play college gigs anymore because of the rigid PC pushback. Since Aristotle, evolved and free societies have used political satire to make society better. It keeps community leaders in check... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Board OKs waivers for LR school systemthat are housed in different locations in the city. The technology students, fo
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
that are housed in different locations in the city. The technology students, for example, are taking their course work at Aristotle Inc., a Web service company. The teacher education program is housed at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.... Read more
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CBS News
You’re going to be eating crickets, so just get over itbeen doing for millennia. Pliny the Elder wrote that Roman aristocrats loved to
CBS News / Posted 4 days ago
been doing for millennia. Pliny the Elder wrote that Roman aristocrats loved to eat beetle larvae reared on flour and wine. Aristotle wrote that cicada larvae taste best "before the husk is broken. At first the males are better to eat," but females... Read more
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Lifehacker
How to Take an Old Fashioned Marble Drop Power NapI couldn’t find anything about Lincoln doing this, but other prominent historic
Lifehacker / Posted 4 days ago
I couldn’t find anything about Lincoln doing this, but other prominent historical figures did. Albert Einstein and Aristotle took these kinds of power naps, and so did Salvador Dali (though he used a key and a plate). However, the Lincoln... Read more
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CNET
Eat some crickets and mealworms -- and help the world toobeen doing for millennia. Pliny the Elder wrote that Roman aristocrats loved to
CNET / Posted 4 days ago
been doing for millennia. Pliny the Elder wrote that Roman aristocrats loved to eat beetle larvae reared on flour and wine. Aristotle wrote that cicada larvae taste best "before the husk is broken. At first the males are better to eat," but females... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Aguirre refutes claim on his ‘cavalier attitude’ in P6.4-B shabu caseTaguba II and Teejay Marcellana and Eirene Mae Agustino Tatad. The panel of pr
Inquirier.net / Posted 5 days ago
Taguba II and Teejay Marcellana and Eirene Mae Agustino Tatad. The panel of prosecutors headed by Assistant State Prosecutor Aristotle Reyes has given the respondents until October 19 to submit their respective counter-affidavits. /je ADVERTISE... Read more
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EuroNews
How a businessman struck a deal with Islamic State to help Assad feed Syriansbusiness. Katerji is a household name around Raqqa and elsewhere. Farmer Hadi l
EuroNews / Posted 5 days ago
business. Katerji is a household name around Raqqa and elsewhere. Farmer Hadi likened him to a late Greek shipping tycoon, Aristotle Onassis. “Katerji is the Onassis of Syria,” he said. Katerji’s facebook profile page shows him shaking hands with... Read more
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Swissinfo
How a businessman struck a deal with Islamic State to help Assad feed Syriansbusiness. Katerji is a household name around Raqqa and elsewhere. Farmer Hadi
Swissinfo / Posted 5 days ago
business. Katerji is a household name around Raqqa and elsewhere. Farmer Hadi likened him to a late Greek shipping tycoon, Aristotle Onassis. “Katerji is the Onassis of Syria,” he said. Katerji’s facebook profile page shows him shaking hands with... Read more
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Reuters
How a businessman struck a deal with Islamic State to help Assad feed Syriansbusiness. Katerji is a household name around Raqqa and elsewhere. Farmer Hadi
Reuters / Posted 5 days ago
business. Katerji is a household name around Raqqa and elsewhere. Farmer Hadi likened him to a late Greek shipping tycoon, Aristotle Onassis. “Katerji is the Onassis of Syria,” he said. Katerji’s facebook profile page shows him shaking hands with... Read more
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The Irish Times
Reading between the lines of Donohoe’s speechthe logically impossible but rhetorically strong conclusion that Ireland is the
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
the logically impossible but rhetorically strong conclusion that Ireland is the heart of everything on Earth. Pythagoras, Aristotle and Galileo would thoroughly disapprove. Donohoe was in fact referencing the “an island at the centre of the world”... Read more
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The Columbian
Mattel cancels plans for kid-focused smart deviceofficer, Sven Gerjets joined the company in July. Gerjets, Mattel said, reviewe
The Columbian / Posted 6 days ago
officer, Sven Gerjets joined the company in July. Gerjets, Mattel said, reviewed the product and decided “not to bring Aristotle to the marketplace as part of an ongoing effort to deliver the best possible connected product experience to the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Thomas Derrah, award-winning stage actor, dies at 64like vulnerability and back again.” In his career, Mr. Derrah portrayed everyo
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
like vulnerability and back again.” In his career, Mr. Derrah portrayed everyone from Charlie Chaplin to Ted Kennedy, from Aristotle Onassis to Truman Capote to an elderly woman. “I’m a character actor,” he said with a laugh in 2000. “If people... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Bikini-clad baristas serve up a lesson in free speechand frequent contributor to the Library of Law & Liberty website, urged partici
Bangor Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
and frequent contributor to the Library of Law & Liberty website, urged participants in the campus arguments to reason as Aristotle did. That is, to be less deontological (rights-based in their advocacy) and more teleological (ends-based). To... Read more
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The Columbian
Will: Bikini baristas steam up free speech fightand frequent contributor to the Library of Law & Liberty website, urged partici
The Columbian / Posted 8 days ago
and frequent contributor to the Library of Law & Liberty website, urged participants in the campus arguments to reason as Aristotle did. That is, to be less deontological (rights-based in their advocacy) and more teleological (ends-based). To... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Wedding: Tatiana Kennedy Schlossberg, George Winchester Morangrandparents are the late President John F. Kennedy of Washington, Palm Beach a
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
grandparents are the late President John F. Kennedy of Washington, Palm Beach and Hyannis, Mass., and the late Mrs. Aristotle (Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy) Onassis of New York. The bridegroom, 28, is the son of Mary J. Penniman and Garrett... Read more
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Breitbart
Mattel Cancels Development of AI Child Monitorbipartisan outcry, Mattel has decided to cease plans for production of the arti
Breitbart / Posted 9 days ago
bipartisan outcry, Mattel has decided to cease plans for production of the artificial intelligence children’s assistant “Aristotle.” Sen. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Rep. Joe Barton (R-Tex.) were among the loudest voices in opposition to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Could we build a Blade Runner-style 'replicant'?are detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
are detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers to become...Mattel scraps plans for its Aristotle AI 'babysitter'...Apple unveils new emojis coming to iPhone and iPad next week... Share this article But in order... Read more
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Daily Mail
Facebook quietly launches a desktop version of its Workplace appare detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
are detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers to become...Mattel scraps plans for its Aristotle AI 'babysitter'... Share this article 'The desktop app is still in beta and being tested by Workplace customers... Read more
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Daily Mirror
More wheels fall off Tory clown car as party showcases the sad state of BritainAristotle believed it took a human 40 days after birth to break into its first
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
Aristotle believed it took a human 40 days after birth to break into its first laugh. It felt like they’d taken a multi-billion pound bung from the EU to put on Expo 17, showcasing all that is lamentable about the current state of Britain, thus... Read more
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Daily Mail
The best way to break up with someone, according to scienceare detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
are detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers to become...Mattel scraps plans for its Aristotle AI 'babysitter'... Share this article When it comes to receiving negative information about physical facts, such... Read more
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CTV News
Mattel scraps plan for digital assistant for kidsdigital speaker for children, following complaints from privacy groups and lawm
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
digital speaker for children, following complaints from privacy groups and lawmakers. The device called Aristotle was announced in January during the Consumer Electronics Show as a kid-friendly alternative to digital assistants... Read more
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Daily Mail
Uber's app lets the firm record your iPhone's screenare detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
are detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers to become...Mattel scraps plans for its Aristotle AI 'babysitter'... Share this article Third-party apps that contain these sections of code are routinely rejected... Read more
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Daily Mail
Apple Music launches on Facebook Messengerare detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
are detected across Europe, and...Humans will upload their brains to computers to become...Mattel scraps plans for its Aristotle AI 'babysitter'...Apple unveils new emojis coming to iPhone and iPad next week... Share this article Apple Music... Read more
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International Business Times
Mattel's creepy IoT 'digital nanny' scrapped before launch following privacy concerns Toy manufacturer Mattel has decided to scrap the release of Aristotle – its AI-
International Business Times / Posted 10 days ago
Toy manufacturer Mattel has decided to scrap the release of Aristotle – its AI-powered "digital nanny" technology – following a widespread backlash over privacy. In January 2017, Mattel's Nabi division unveiled the "connected kid's room platform",... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Mattel cans Aristotle smart speaker over privacy concernsCortana-powered 'digital nanny' came too close for comfort In the end, the fac
techcentral.ie / Posted 10 days ago
Cortana-powered 'digital nanny' came too close for comfort In the end, the fact that the Aristotle could stand in for a normal, human parent-led government officials to ask Mattel to not bring the toy to market, according to a report by The... Read more
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Newsmax
Mattel AI Device, a Feared Kid Privacy Predator, NixedAristotle, a Mattel AI device some feared would betray kids' privacy, has been
Newsmax / Posted 10 days ago
Aristotle, a Mattel AI device some feared would betray kids' privacy, has been abandoned by the company, it announced Wednesday. About 15,000 physicians and child safety advocates had petitioned Mattel not to release the AI device, which collected... Read more
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The Register
Mattel's Internet-of-kiddies'-Things Aristotle canned before releaseMattel's Aristotle, a kid's-Alexa-only-more-creepy, won't get the chance to inv
The Register / Posted 10 days ago
Mattel's Aristotle, a kid's-Alexa-only-more-creepy, won't get the chance to invade children's bedrooms after all: the company's cancelled it. In late September, Senator Edward Markey and Congressman Joe Barton chimed in with their concerns, drawing... Read more
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Boston Globe
Art that revels in exploration — and registers its costsfurther back in history than Stanley and Livingstone. “The Classical Mind (Scal
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
further back in history than Stanley and Livingstone. “The Classical Mind (Scala Naturae and Cosmic Cabinet)” satirizes Aristotle’s classification of living things, known as the “Great Chain of Being.” Dion depicts the hierarchical system as a... Read more
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Fortune
Mattel Cancels Baby-Monitoring Toy Amid Privacy Concernsit as a way for parents “to protect, develop, and nurture the most important as
Fortune / Posted 11 days ago
it as a way for parents “to protect, develop, and nurture the most important asset in their home—their children.” The Aristotle smart hub contained a Wi-Fi-connected camera, microphone, speaker, and lighting system that could do things like... Read more
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CNET
Turns out Mattel won't be watching your kids any time soonhe decided it "did not fully align with Mattel's new technology strategy" and w
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
he decided it "did not fully align with Mattel's new technology strategy" and would therefore not be brought to market. Aristotle was designed as an Amazon Echo for kids. For very young children, it would work as a typical baby monitor with a... Read more
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Tom's Hardware
Mattel Cancels Plans For Kids' IoT Device, AristotleMattel canceled plans to release Aristotle, an Internet of Things (IoT) device
Tom's Hardware / Posted 11 days ago
Mattel canceled plans to release Aristotle, an Internet of Things (IoT) device meant for children, following criticism from privacy advocates. Aristotle was announced in January; the company said its launch was nixed by incoming chief technology... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Mattel scraps Aristotle, a kid-focused AI device that worried health and privacy advocatesofficer, Sven Gerjets, joined the company in July. Gerjets, Mattel said, review
Los Angeles Times / Posted 11 days ago
officer, Sven Gerjets, joined the company in July. Gerjets, Mattel said, reviewed the product and decided "not to bring Aristotle to the marketplace as part of an ongoing effort to deliver the best possible connected product experience to the... Read more
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OregonLive.com
George Will: Bikini-clad baristas serve up a lesson in free speechand frequent contributor to the Library of Law & Liberty website, urged partici
OregonLive.com / Posted 11 days ago
and frequent contributor to the Library of Law & Liberty website, urged participants in the campus arguments to reason as Aristotle did. That is, to be less deontological (rights-based in their advocacy) and more teleological (ends-based). To... Read more
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Sun Star
Faeldon questions DOJ's jurisdiction over drug caseThursday, Faeldon's legal counsel manifested before the panel of prosecutors le
Sun Star / Posted 11 days ago
Thursday, Faeldon's legal counsel manifested before the panel of prosecutors led by Assistant State Prosecutor Aristotle Reyes that the Office of the Ombudsman has the sole jurisdiction to hear the complaints filed against... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Steppenwolf's 'The Rembrandt' a potential masterpiecestory of Art Museum guard Henry and the consequence of having touched the very
Northwest Herald / Posted 12 days ago
story of Art Museum guard Henry and the consequence of having touched the very Rembrandt painting he guards and admires. (Aristotle with a Bust of Homer). Henry is well respected and reportedly has been there longer than most of the art, or as he... Read more
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Canberra Times
Syrian, Iraqi refugees' trauma levels 'highest I've seen', says advocatesays recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
says recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest levels of trauma he has ever seen. Paris Aristotle, who has worked with victims of wars and persecution from Vietnam, El Salvador, Bosnia and Sudan for 30 years,... Read more
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Pilipino Star
DOJ summons Faeldon over P6.4-B smuggled shabuof shabu last May. In a subpoena obtained by The STAR, the panel of prosecutor
Pilipino Star / Posted 12 days ago
of shabu last May. In a subpoena obtained by The STAR, the panel of prosecutors chaired by Assistant State Prosecutor Aristotle Reyes ordered Faeldon and other respondents in the PDEA complaint to answer the charges against them. The DOJ also... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Commentary: Bikini-clad baristas serve up lesson in free speechand frequent contributor to the Library of Law & Liberty website, urged partici
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
and frequent contributor to the Library of Law & Liberty website, urged participants in the campus arguments to reason as Aristotle did. That is, to be less deontological (rights-based in their advocacy) and more teleological (ends-based). To... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Thoughtful Disagreement with Ted Butlerfor a case where each predicts the opposite result. Then they perform an experi
Zero Hedge / Posted 12 days ago
for a case where each predicts the opposite result. Then they perform an experiment and observe the result. For example, Aristotle believed that two rocks of different weights must fall at different speeds. He said that the heavier one should... Read more
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The Border Mail
Syrian, Iraqi refugees' trauma levels 'highest I've seen', says advocatesays recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
says recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest levels of trauma he has ever seen. Paris Aristotle, who has worked with victims of wars and persecution from Vietnam, El Salvador, Bosnia and Sudan for 30 years,... Read more
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The North West Star
Syrian, Iraqi refugees' trauma levels 'highest I've seen', says advocatesays recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
says recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest levels of trauma he has ever seen. Paris Aristotle, who has worked with victims of wars and persecution from Vietnam, El Salvador, Bosnia and Sudan for 30 years,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Syrian, Iraqi refugees' trauma levels 'highest I've seen', says advocatesays recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
says recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest levels of trauma he has ever seen. Paris Aristotle, who has worked with victims of wars and persecution from Vietnam, El Salvador, Bosnia and Sudan for 30 years,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Syrian, Iraqi refugees' trauma levels 'highest I've seen', says advocatesays recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
says recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest levels of trauma he has ever seen. Paris Aristotle, who has worked with victims of wars and persecution from Vietnam, El Salvador, Bosnia and Sudan for 30 years,... Read more
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The Courier
Syrian, Iraqi refugees' trauma levels 'highest I've seen', says advocatesays recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
says recent arrivals to Australia from Syria and northern Iraq have the highest levels of trauma he has ever seen. Paris Aristotle, who has worked with victims of wars and persecution from Vietnam, El Salvador, Bosnia and Sudan for 30 years,... Read more
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