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Marketing Interactive
30 days, 30 videos: Celcom takes over YouTube For Ramadan and Hari Rayathat it needed to connect better with its target consumers and reshape the perc
Marketing Interactive / Posted 10 minutes ago
that it needed to connect better with its target consumers and reshape the perception of the brand as being down-to-earth—a brand that people could connect and engage with. Celcom recognised YouTube as the best place to reach an engaged and... Read more
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The Courier
All hands on deck for Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
The Courier / Posted 13 minutes ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Australian Aborigines move to block shipments of Scottish nuclear wasteVatican and saying we want to put a waste dump right under the pillar where the
heraldscotland / Posted 16 minutes ago
Vatican and saying we want to put a waste dump right under the pillar where they say St Peter is buried.” Friends of the Earth Australia say they share concerns that the material due to be transferred could end up being stored in a facility at... Read more
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Babyology
7 things you realise when you have more than one childmuch the heart simply expands and makes this possible. It happens so quickly to
Babyology / Posted 16 minutes ago
much the heart simply expands and makes this possible. It happens so quickly too, so that soon you’ll be wondering how on earth life existed before when there was only one set of little feet pitter-pattering around. Yes you may be more stressed... Read more
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Perth Now
Pete Evans’ bizarre naked horse photosin her “organic attire.” “We gratefully spent the Spring Equinox in the ultima
Perth Now / Posted 20 minutes ago
in her “organic attire.” “We gratefully spent the Spring Equinox in the ultimate organic attire ... our free & bare Earth Suits! I must admit, yes I was at first apprehensive about posting this image of Baby Z & I, so I asked myself why???... Read more
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WA Today
All hands on deck as the bold and the dutiful go to war in Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
WA Today / Posted 20 minutes ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Pete Evans’ bizarre naked horse photosin her “organic attire.” “We gratefully spent the Spring Equinox in the ultima
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 minutes ago
in her “organic attire.” “We gratefully spent the Spring Equinox in the ultimate organic attire ... our free & bare Earth Suits! I must admit, yes I was at first apprehensive about posting this image of Baby Z & I, so I asked myself why???... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
All hands on deck for Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 30 minutes ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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The Young Witness
All hands on deck for Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
The Young Witness / Posted 32 minutes ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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News.com.au
Pete Evans’ bizarre naked horse photosin her “organic attire.” “We gratefully spent the Spring Equinox in the ultima
News.com.au / Posted 38 minutes ago
in her “organic attire.” “We gratefully spent the Spring Equinox in the ultimate organic attire ... our free & bare Earth Suits! I must admit, yes I was at first apprehensive about posting this image of Baby Z & I, so I asked myself why???... Read more
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Western Advocate
All hands on deck for Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
Western Advocate / Posted 41 minutes ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
All hands on deck for Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
Kiama Independent / Posted 43 minutes ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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Manning River Times
All hands on deck for Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
Manning River Times / Posted 44 minutes ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
All hands on deck for Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 46 minutes ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Pressing ahead: Young couple carry on organic founders’ vision1986, Chuck moved the farm toward organics, feeling it was a “life-giving direc
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 54 minutes ago
1986, Chuck moved the farm toward organics, feeling it was a “life-giving direction to agriculture, to relate to the earth in a different way,” Roberta said. The farm had 2,000 acres of organic grains, and he was on the board of the Northern... Read more
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The North West Star
All hands on deck for Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
The North West Star / Posted 58 minutes ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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The Age
All hands on deck as the bold and the dutiful go to war in Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
The Age / Posted an hour ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
All hands on deck as the bold and the dutiful go to war in Star Trek: Discoveryin the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" o
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
in the familiar: Commander Burnham's first recorded log is given a "stardate" of 1207.3, but that is followed up with an Earth date of May 11, 2256, "a Sunday," she adds. (Do you get double time and a half in space?) Meaning no disrespect to the... Read more
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The Current
In memory of a theatrical librarianScattered around campus, dozens of plaques are tucked in the earth, many under
The Current / Posted an hour ago
Scattered around campus, dozens of plaques are tucked in the earth, many under the shade of a tree or bush. One of these plaques, slightly larger than the rest, surrounded by nature, reads “Amy Arnott Memorial Garden” and is located in front of the... Read more
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Long Beach Press-Telegram
Clayton Kershaw cruises to his 18th victory as Dodgers beat Giantsthe mound on a swing-and-miss in the eighth inning, Kershaw could only go up to
Long Beach Press-Telegram / Posted an hour ago
the mound on a swing-and-miss in the eighth inning, Kershaw could only go up to avoid the projectile. After returning to earth, he calmly jogged behind the mound, picked up the bat, and carried it to his opponent himself. Three pitches later,... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
More than 200 NFL players sit or kneel during anthem>> Immigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afarImmigrants touched
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted an hour ago
>> Immigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afarImmigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afar The earthquake in Mexico has startled immigrant communities around the U.S. as people frantically try to connect with their loved... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Film 'cathartic' for Indian Horse actorvoices and different sounds, different stories, but we all have something in co
The Sudbury Star / Posted an hour ago
voices and different sounds, different stories, but we all have something in common. We all live and walk on our mother the Earth. We all breathe the same air. We’re all related, all connected.” This is why sharing stories is so important to Edna.... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Strap yourself in. We’re off to Marswith a dim Sun — pumping out enough radiation to dangerously expose anyone boun
Adelaide Now / Posted an hour ago
with a dim Sun — pumping out enough radiation to dangerously expose anyone bounding along the surface under one-third of Earth’s gravity. The impact of that microgravity on our bodies is itself not fully understood. The gentle 12km/h breeze can... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Singapore crowned best city of the futurefor 2017/18, a region which accounts for more than 30 percent of global foreign
Asian Correspondent / Posted an hour ago
for 2017/18, a region which accounts for more than 30 percent of global foreign direct investment – more than any other on earth. With a GDP per capita of more than US$87,000 at purchasing power parity and a relatively low unemployment rate of 2.1... Read more
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The Mercury News
Folk icon Joan Baez honored by Committee for Green FoothillsSan Jose./Contributed by Ian Webb-Harding Other speakers included former Congr
The Mercury News / Posted an hour ago
San Jose./Contributed by Ian Webb-Harding Other speakers included former Congressman Pete McCloskey, 90, who co-founded Earth Day in 1970; Valentin Lopez of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, who performed a prayer ceremony; and San Jose Mayor Sam... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Hauraki Rail Trail Grows A New Legenjoy homegrown hospitality and local produce, nowhere more so than at the incr
Scoop.co.nz / Posted an hour ago
enjoy homegrown hospitality and local produce, nowhere more so than at the increasingly popular Falls Retreat. This down-to-earth restaurant is launching a new foodie tour called ‘The Gathering.’ Guests can finally live the paddock to plate ethos... Read more
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IGN
Star Trek: Discovery - Series Premiere ReviewHarberts and Gretchen Berg (and perhaps departed co-creator Bryan Fuller) are u
IGN / Posted 2 hours ago
Harberts and Gretchen Berg (and perhaps departed co-creator Bryan Fuller) are using T’Kuvma to hold a mirror up to 2017 Earth, our wall-fixated, post-Brexit world where isolationism seems to be winning over globalism. Star Trek isn't Star Trek... Read more
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WQOW Eau Claire
Mexico border crossing to reopen 12 hours ahead of scheduleImmigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afarImmigrants touched by
WQOW Eau Claire / Posted 2 hours ago
Immigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afarImmigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afar The earthquake in Mexico has startled immigrant communities around the U.S. as people frantically try to connect with their loved... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
'Star Trek: Discovery' marks a welcome return to TV and upholds the legacy of the famed space dramawould note that the Klingon commander speaks English, but that the English spea
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 hours ago
would note that the Klingon commander speaks English, but that the English speakers do not apparently know Klingon — as on Earth, so in space.) Ultimately, of course, "Star Trek" has always been about the human condition and human events, more... Read more
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The Seattle Times
In space capsules, there’s little room but big improvementscapsule. Since then, people have flown to the moon, created space planes and d
The Seattle Times / Posted 2 hours ago
capsule. Since then, people have flown to the moon, created space planes and designed rockets that return to Earth for precision landings. But when astronauts lift off next year from U.S. soil for the first time in six years, their... Read more
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New Kerala
Second alumni meet of NIT Srinagar Delhi Chapter held - newkerala news #274416alumnus. Professors present in the meet also emphasised to work together for a
New Kerala / Posted 2 hours ago
alumnus. Professors present in the meet also emphasised to work together for a better India and to handover healthy earth to the coming generation. The alumnus believed that instead of being criticisers and faultfinders, everybody should... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The six major threats to humanityTHERE have been several “mass extinctions” throughout history which almost wipe
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 hours ago
THERE have been several “mass extinctions” throughout history which almost wiped out life on earth. Our planet has already seen some of its most successful species wiped out following spectacular disasters like the asteroid crash that killed the... Read more
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Herald Sun
The six major threats to humanityTHERE have been several “mass extinctions” throughout history which almost wipe
Herald Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
THERE have been several “mass extinctions” throughout history which almost wiped out life on earth. Our planet has already seen some of its most successful species wiped out following spectacular disasters like the asteroid crash that killed the... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Mexico border crossing to reopen 12 hours ahead of schedule>> Immigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afarImmigrants touched
KWWL Iowa / Posted 3 hours ago
>> Immigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afarImmigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afar The earthquake in Mexico has startled immigrant communities around the U.S. as people frantically try to connect with their loved... Read more
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Sky News Australia
The Carole King Musical debuts in AustraliaGot a Friend, Will You Love Me Tomorrow, It's Too Late, Locomotion, (You Make M
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 hours ago
Got a Friend, Will You Love Me Tomorrow, It's Too Late, Locomotion, (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman and I Feel the Earth Move along with chart busting Mann/Weil tunes such as You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling and We Gotta Get Out Of This... Read more
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EuroNews
Want to Calm Your Mind? Have Compassion for OthersBut the rest of the day, I've gotta say … it's thinking a lot. This week, I fo
EuroNews / Posted 3 hours ago
But the rest of the day, I've gotta say … it's thinking a lot. This week, I found myself thinking about the tragic earthquake in Mexico City. As I read story after story, they broke my heart and reminded me yet again how fragile our lives... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
The Bentley Effect: Award Winning Documentary & DirectorBarcelona Film Festival and the Moondance International Film Festival, BBIFF’s
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 hours ago
Barcelona Film Festival and the Moondance International Film Festival, BBIFF’s Byron Film Award, the Activist Award at Earth Day Film Festival, the Audience Award at Something Somewhere Film Festival and Awards of Excellence and Special... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
White Earth Reservation receives state grant to fight 'food desert'..."White Earth is a rural community and, the funny thing is, people do grow food,
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 4 hours ago
"White Earth is a rural community and, the funny thing is, people do grow food," said Zachary Paige, Food Sovereignty Coordinator with White Earth Natural Resources Department. Paige listed off the many foods that are currently being grown and... Read more
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Mumbrella
M.J. Bale takes UK weatherman to hottest places on Earth to promote its cool wool rangeM.J. Bale has promoted its cool wool summer suit range by following UK weatherm
Mumbrella / Posted 4 hours ago
M.J. Bale has promoted its cool wool summer suit range by following UK weatherman Alex Beresford to the hottest places on Earth. Beresford read the weather in a M.J. Bale suit via Facebook Live for 11 days in 42 degree heat in Dubai, 39 degree... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Chef Pete Evans’ bizarre naked horse momentin her “organic attire.” “We gratefully spent the Spring Equinox in the ultima
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
in her “organic attire.” “We gratefully spent the Spring Equinox in the ultimate organic attire ... our free & bare Earth Suits! I must admit, yes I was at first apprehensive about posting this image of Baby Z & I, so I asked myself why???... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Mr. President: we need common ground, not scorched earthfor the power of his words and a shortsighted view of expectations for the offi
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 4 hours ago
for the power of his words and a shortsighted view of expectations for the office. We need common ground, not scorched earth. On the night of his election, the president pledged to be a "president for all Americans." Yet in the face of North... Read more
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BBC News
How jeans giant Levi Strauss got its mojo backup his management style? "Very open, honest, transparent. What you see is what
BBC News / Posted 4 hours ago
up his management style? "Very open, honest, transparent. What you see is what you get." He insists he's "really down to earth", adding: "I put my pants on the same way everybody else does - one leg at a time." Just don't confuse this... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: How to keep Yellowstone’s supervolcano from blastingblowing in any given lifetime is one-tenth of 1 percent. Still, that's higher o
Summit Daily News / Posted 5 hours ago
blowing in any given lifetime is one-tenth of 1 percent. Still, that's higher odds that an asteroid smacking the Earth. Massive wildfires galvanize Whistler to plan mass exodus WHISTLER, B.C. – Whistler and the nearby community of... Read more
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Breitbart
No Profanity, No Alcohol, No Smoking: Judge Roy Moore Rallies Rural Alabama Bluegrass Music Festivalthe general election, should the judge win as expected. “Donald Trump is, to m
Breitbart / Posted 5 hours ago
the general election, should the judge win as expected. “Donald Trump is, to me, now this is my opinion—he’s a down to earth guy, he knows what’s going on here,” Chestang said. “He wasn’t a politician to start with. He was a successful... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
CIB tackles illegal drone flight threatinterceptors overseas fire netting at drones to stop them flying. Others used h
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 5 hours ago
interceptors overseas fire netting at drones to stop them flying. Others used high-pressure water to bring them back to earth. The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission has anti-drone equipment of its own. It uses high radio... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
End of the world emergency alert runs on Southern California TVsand self-described “researcher,” David Meade, said that this Saturday would be
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 5 hours ago
and self-described “researcher,” David Meade, said that this Saturday would be the end of the world. Meade’s theory suggests that earth will collide with Nibiru, a planet famous in conspiracy circles but which astronomers say d... Read more
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Salon.com
Your God will not help you: Darren Aronofsky's "Mother!" in the Age of Trumpworld. Javier Bardem plays God referred to as "Him" (or "the Poet"). Jennifer L
Salon.com / Posted 5 hours ago
world. Javier Bardem plays God referred to as "Him" (or "the Poet"). Jennifer Lawrence is "Mother," a synthesis of Gaia the Earth Mother, the Virgin Mary and the feminine complement to a God who in the Judeo-Christian tradition is often... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Sarcoma Step and Fetchher fight was lost, but rather she looked back on what she’d gained from the fi
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 5 hours ago
her fight was lost, but rather she looked back on what she’d gained from the fight and her impact on others,” wrote Kaitlyn. “She left the earth leaving behind a gift that could never be forgotten. The gift of fierce grace.” tjmiller@postmed... Read more
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The Courier
Letters to the editorLetter to the Editor Pat Hockey of Clunes and what is actually proposed as law
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
Letter to the Editor Pat Hockey of Clunes and what is actually proposed as law in this state is as far from the truth as Earth is to Pluto. The very people named; the elderly, depressed, disabled etc. will not have access. The law proposed is... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Green Day blasts ‘dumb Trump America’ at Global Citizen Festivalabout the importance of foreign aid and general activism. De Blasio, particular
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 6 hours ago
about the importance of foreign aid and general activism. De Blasio, particularly, emphasized the need to “protect Mother Earth” and for citizens to tell their elected representatives that they “agree with the Paris Agreement.” But it was Senator... Read more
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