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The Dalles Chronicle
‘­My river’ a source of comfortenvironment — a haphazard collection of mostly dilapidated trailers that is hom
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 2 hours ago
environment — a haphazard collection of mostly dilapidated trailers that is home to some 30-40 year-round residents — to a Third World country. But she doesn’t see it that way. She describes it as a close-knit community, since that’s what she... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Trump to release secret JFK assassination fileswill inspire more underground action that could blow up into a full-fledged sep
Sunday Observer / Posted 2 hours ago
will inspire more underground action that could blow up into a full-fledged separatist insurgency. At one time many Third World analysts suspected that the ulterior motive of the Americans in invading Iraq was the weakening of that... Read more
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ABC News
Chinese power over North Korea? It's more myth than realitywhose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged d
ABC News / Posted 5 hours ago
whose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged down by an impoverished, stubborn, Third World dictatorship that allows its people to go hungry while its leader lives in luxury and expands a nuclear arsenal... Read more
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The Middletown Press
UConn doctors using 3-D models to practice delicate surgeryhis biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach d
The Middletown Press / Posted 5 hours ago
his biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach doctors and medical students in rural areas, third-world countries or others without access to high-tech surgical simulators. "A doctor can even take this home and... Read more
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asianage
US policy of using Chinese influence to thaw N Korean ambitions may be flawed: expertswhose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged d
asianage / Posted 6 hours ago
whose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged down by an impoverished, stubborn, Third World dictatorship that allows its people to go hungry while its leader lives in luxury and expands a nuclear arsenal... Read more
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Darien News-Review
UConn doctors using 3-D models to practice delicate surgeryhis biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach d
Darien News-Review / Posted 6 hours ago
his biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach doctors and medical students in rural areas, third-world countries or others without access to high-tech surgical simulators. "A doctor can even take this home and... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Chinese power over North Korea? It’s more myth than realitywhose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged d
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 6 hours ago
whose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged down by an impoverished, stubborn, Third World dictatorship that allows its people to go hungry while its leader lives in luxury and expands a nuclear arsenal... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
UConn doctors using 3-D models to practice delicate surgeryhis biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach d
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 6 hours ago
his biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach doctors and medical students in rural areas, third-world countries or others without access to high-tech surgical simulators. "A doctor can even take this home and... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
UConn doctors using 3-D models to practice delicate surgeryhis biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach d
Stamford Advocate / Posted 6 hours ago
his biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach doctors and medical students in rural areas, third-world countries or others without access to high-tech surgical simulators. "A doctor can even take this home and... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
UConn doctors using 3-D models to practice delicate surgeryhis biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach d
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 6 hours ago
his biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach doctors and medical students in rural areas, third-world countries or others without access to high-tech surgical simulators. "A doctor can even take this home and... Read more
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The New Canaan News
UConn doctors using 3-D models to practice delicate surgeryhis biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach d
The New Canaan News / Posted 6 hours ago
his biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach doctors and medical students in rural areas, third-world countries or others without access to high-tech surgical simulators. "A doctor can even take this home and... Read more
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Connecticut Post
UConn doctors using 3-D models to practice delicate surgeryhis biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach d
Connecticut Post / Posted 6 hours ago
his biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach doctors and medical students in rural areas, third-world countries or others without access to high-tech surgical simulators. "A doctor can even take this home and... Read more
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The Register Citizen
UConn doctors using 3-D models to practice delicate surgeryhis biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach d
The Register Citizen / Posted 6 hours ago
his biggest hope is that 3-D printed models will provide a cheap way to teach doctors and medical students in rural areas, third-world countries or others without access to high-tech surgical simulators. "A doctor can even take this home and... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Chinese power over North Korea? It's more myth than realitywhose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged d
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 6 hours ago
whose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged down by an impoverished, stubborn, Third World dictatorship that allows its people to go hungry while its leader lives in luxury and expands a nuclear arsenal... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Thumbs-up to forest preserve opening at lastMemorial CROP Hunger Walk. The CROP Walk raises money for local food pantries
Daily Chronicle / Posted 15 hours ago
Memorial CROP Hunger Walk. The CROP Walk raises money for local food pantries and nonprofits that help fight hunger in third-world countries. Although local food pantries receive the most donations during the holiday season, hunger is a... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Chinese power over North Korea? It's more myth than realitywhose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged d
The Middletown Press / Posted 18 hours ago
whose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged down by an impoverished, stubborn, Third World dictatorship that allows its people to go hungry while its leader lives in luxury and expands a nuclear arsenal... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Chinese power over North Korea? It's more myth than realitywhose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged d
The Register Citizen / Posted 19 hours ago
whose reach extends from the Americas to Asia, many here resent being dragged down by an impoverished, stubborn, Third World dictatorship that allows its people to go hungry while its leader lives in luxury and expands a nuclear arsenal... Read more
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WALB Albany
Georgia State Rep asks if people with HIV should be quarantinedControl considers Atlanta an epicenter of a new HIV/aids epidemic and compares
WALB Albany / Posted 19 hours ago
Control considers Atlanta an epicenter of a new HIV/aids epidemic and compares the prevalence of the disease here to third-world African countries. Roebuck says the way to stop the spread is by raising funding and awareness, both goals of an... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Georgia State Rep asks if people with HIV should be quarantinedControl considers Atlanta an epicenter of a new HIV/aids epidemic and compares
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 19 hours ago
Control considers Atlanta an epicenter of a new HIV/aids epidemic and compares the prevalence of the disease here to third-world African countries. Roebuck says the way to stop the spread is by raising funding and awareness, both goals of an... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
A fateful ride to Lone PineIt also galvanized her to action. “I was just like, ‘Oh my God, we’re two mile
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted yesterday
It also galvanized her to action. “I was just like, ‘Oh my God, we’re two miles from civilization and this is like a Third World Country.’” She only used that vivid descriptor after hearing a resident there say it first. Rodriguez said she... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Thumbs-up to forest preserve opening at lasttake action? Thumbs-up: To those who braved some dreary weather to fight hunge
Daily Chronicle / Posted yesterday
take action? Thumbs-up: To those who braved some dreary weather to fight hunger in our communities and around the world. On Sunday, members of DeKalb and Sycamore churches, Northern Illinois University students and others gathered at... Read more
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The Suburbanite
North Canton Lions Club holds annual fall craft showState Marching Band for the Blind, North Canton Meals on Wheels, Cross Eyed Mis
The Suburbanite / Posted yesterday
State Marching Band for the Blind, North Canton Meals on Wheels, Cross Eyed Mission where glasses get donated to person in third world countries and much more. Members of the Club also donate their time to volunteer once a month at the Akron-Canton... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Quick Shifts: Why Babcock likes his Leafs uncomfortableweighed on the kid. “I thought I had everything figured out,” Larkin says. “I
Sportsnet.ca / Posted yesterday
weighed on the kid. “I thought I had everything figured out,” Larkin says. “I didn’t.” Representing Team USA at his third world championships and taking on a national-team leadership role was “awesome,” he says. It helped that Blashill was... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
'Days were lost': Why Puerto Rico is still suffering a month after Hurricane Mariaweeks after the storm in the hard-hit mountain town of Utuado, where he was hel
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
weeks after the storm in the hard-hit mountain town of Utuado, where he was helping his family find water. "This isn't a Third World country in South America." De La Campa said FEMA might have to revise its guidelines to recommend that people in... Read more
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Miami New Times
There's So Much Trash in Miami Canals, You Can See It From Spacepark beside the Julia Tuttle Causeway was named for an environmentalist. "It w
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
park beside the Julia Tuttle Causeway was named for an environmentalist. "It was like, 'Oh my gosh, this looks like a third world country,'" Doebler says. "But it was right here in the waters of multimillion dollar properties." You have... Read more
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Miami New Times
There's So Much Trash in Miami Canals, You Can See It From Spacepark beside the Julia Tuttle Causeway was named for an environmentalist. "It w
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
park beside the Julia Tuttle Causeway was named for an environmentalist. "It was like, 'Oh my gosh, this looks like a third world country,'" Doebler says. "But it was right here in the waters of multimillion dollar properties." You have... Read more
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Breitbart
Hungary Fears ‘Soros Influence’ in Election After Open Borders Activist Injects $18bn into FoundationGeorge Soros will use his organisation, now the second largest political activi
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
George Soros will use his organisation, now the second largest political activist charity in the world, to “influence” Hungary’s 2018 general election, a Hungarian member of parliament has claimed. István Hollik MP fears that Soros would use his... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Laver a legend on and off the courtplayers were Dark Ages standard and even worse than some we’d experienced as pr
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
players were Dark Ages standard and even worse than some we’d experienced as pros barnstorming through tin-pot venues in Third World countries. The courts were uneven and patchy, and the dressing rooms were just as decrepit as they had been when... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Fired-up Jonathan Rea isn’t ready to slow down as he eyes a first triumph in Jereztitle in the bag, but the 30-year-old isn’t the type. “It’s been a whirlwind c
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
title in the bag, but the 30-year-old isn’t the type. “It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks after Magny Cours, winning my third World Championship with the feelings starting to sink in,” he said. “The fans at home have been amazing, however I’m... Read more
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SportingNews
Three takeaways from Dodgers' NLCS-clinching win over CubsThe Dodgers are headed to the World Series for the first time since 1988 after
SportingNews / Posted yesterday
The Dodgers are headed to the World Series for the first time since 1988 after routing the Cubs 11-1 in Game 5 of the NL Championship Series Thursday in Chicago. Enrique Hernandez enjoyed a breakout game, recording three home runs, including a grand... Read more
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NZCity
How Rugby League World Cup will play outplayer James Hasson in a veteran forward pack. Wakefield teammates Liam Finn an
NZCity / Posted yesterday
player James Hasson in a veteran forward pack. Wakefield teammates Liam Finn and Scott Grix will spark creativity in their third World Cups. Prediction: Tough ask to get out of the group, but will enhance their chances with a crossover win against... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Rural hamlets struggle with housing crisisended in 2014, when she was laid off from her position as a steam plant operato
Fort McMurray Today / Posted yesterday
ended in 2014, when she was laid off from her position as a steam plant operator at Cenovus. “It’s like we’re living in a third-world country, right in the middle of all of these oil companies,” she said. Richards is one of the most glaring... Read more
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Breitbart
Karl Rove Swipes at Steve Bannon’s ‘Motley Crew’ Ahead of 2018 Midtermsformer Rep. Tom Tancredo, whom Bannon has eyed for a gubernatorial run, has att
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
former Rep. Tom Tancredo, whom Bannon has eyed for a gubernatorial run, has attacked immigrants for turning America into a “third world country.” Yet among conservative circles, concerns about such things are hardly rare. In fact, the most... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Hospital farmers market delivers food from paddock to patientItaly have their own tomatoes, wine, cheese and pasta. In Australia, it’s not q
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Italy have their own tomatoes, wine, cheese and pasta. In Australia, it’s not quite the same,” Mr Brocken said. “Even in Third World countries, they fight hard to keep their farms, to have the food system in their own hands. “That’s why I have... Read more
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New Kerala
New Book The Indian Space Programme Details India's Incredible Journey From the Third World Towards the First - newkerala news #281494status and future ambitions, all in one place. For a 33% discount, use NJXPPJ9
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
status and future ambitions, all in one place. For a 33% discount, use NJXPPJ9R on checkout at https://www.createspace.com/7382982. Share it!New Book The Indian Space Programme Details India's Incredible Journey From the Third World Towards the Fi... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Craft sale a win-win for shoppers, artisansIf a job is the best possible social program, the best foreign aid consists in
Simcoe Reformer / Posted yesterday
If a job is the best possible social program, the best foreign aid consists in providing Third World artisans with access to a rich market like Canada. That’s the thinking behind the Ten Thousand Villages Sale, which runs this Friday and Saturday at... Read more
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The Washington Times
Iryna Savytskaya case deserves the attention of feminists, globeto pressure her to provide false evidence,” explains Sergei Vesnin, her attorne
The Washington Times / Posted 2 days ago
to pressure her to provide false evidence,” explains Sergei Vesnin, her attorney. “Iryna’s story is a tangled web of Third World political and business warfare involving torture, attempted murders and paid-for police raids,” writes Fred G.... Read more
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Bleacher Report
The 28-Point Plan for Fixing Men's Soccer in AmericaAfter the United States men's national team failed to qualify for the 2018 Worl
Bleacher Report / Posted 2 days ago
After the United States men's national team failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Bleacher Report surveyed American soccer experts to plot out a solution. Here's a truth: If the United States doesn't score an unlucky own goal. Or give... Read more
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Daily Mail
Republican establishment turns on Bannon's insurgent armyObama was "a more serious threat to America than al Qaeda," who routinely attac
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Obama was "a more serious threat to America than al Qaeda," who routinely attacks immigrants for turning America into a "Third World country," and who earlier this year accepted a speaking invitation from a white-nationalist group' – which could... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Letters to the Editor: October 20, 2017UNACCEPTABLE So we in the West monitor elections in the Third World and "we" de
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 days ago
UNACCEPTABLE So we in the West monitor elections in the Third World and "we" declare them legitimate, or not. Many people did not vote because of the hours-long lineups (on election) night, but that's OK? ROB McCULL(No, it's absolutely not OK.)GOOD... Read more
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FOX News
Karl Rove: Steve Bannon's motley crew of challengersObama was “a more serious threat to America than al Qaeda,” who routinely attac
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
Obama was “a more serious threat to America than al Qaeda,” who routinely attacks immigrants for turning America into a “Third World country,” and who earlier this year accepted a speaking invitation from a white-nationalist group. Mr. Bannon is... Read more
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FOX News
Karl Rove: Steve Bannon's motley crew of challengersObama was “a more serious threat to America than al Qaeda,” who routinely attac
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
Obama was “a more serious threat to America than al Qaeda,” who routinely attacks immigrants for turning America into a “Third World country,” and who earlier this year accepted a speaking invitation from a white-nationalist group. Mr. Bannon is... Read more
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express
Daughter of SAS hero killed by motorboat propellers while snorkelling in Malaysiacollision. Mr Cole told the inquest: "We could see a marker which was clearly
express / Posted 2 days ago
collision. Mr Cole told the inquest: "We could see a marker which was clearly quite a way out from the buoy line. "It's a third world country and they're not used to health and safety and their regard for human life is not what we're used... Read more
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Canberra Times
WorkSafe drop Gungahlin Drive Extension bridge collapse prosecutiona bridge engineering expert with 25 years experience, said bridge collapses lik
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
a bridge engineering expert with 25 years experience, said bridge collapses like that on Barton Highway happened in third world and developing nations, but rarely in Australia. WorkSafe launched its own investigation, and, despite the... Read more
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The Washington Times
Modern-day slavery more widespread than any time in the pasthas been banned by every country in civil and constitutional law, it thrives an
The Washington Times / Posted 2 days ago
has been banned by every country in civil and constitutional law, it thrives and exists throughout the world, including Third World countries and First World countries. Slavery is not a bygone practice, it is a modern-day scourge. Slavery is... Read more
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The Age
WorkSafe drop Gungahlin Drive Extension bridge collapse prosecutiona bridge engineering expert with 25 years experience, said bridge collapses lik
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
a bridge engineering expert with 25 years experience, said bridge collapses like that on Barton Highway happened in third world and developing nations, but rarely in Australia. WorkSafe launched its own investigation, and, despite the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
WorkSafe drop Gungahlin Drive Extension bridge collapse prosecutiona bridge engineering expert with 25 years experience, said bridge collapses lik
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
a bridge engineering expert with 25 years experience, said bridge collapses like that on Barton Highway happened in third world and developing nations, but rarely in Australia. WorkSafe launched its own investigation, and, despite the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
SAS hero's daughter killed after being hit by boat while snorkellingsaw action in the Gulf, explained: "We could see a marker which was clearly qui
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
saw action in the Gulf, explained: "We could see a marker which was clearly quite a way out from the buoy line. "It's a third world country and they're not used to health and safety and their regard for human life is not what we're used to.An... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
SAS hero's daughter killed by motorboat propellers while snorkelling outside of 'safe zone', inquest hearsMr Cole told the inquest: "We could see a marker which was clearly quite a way
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Mr Cole told the inquest: "We could see a marker which was clearly quite a way out from the buoy line. "It's a third world country and they're not used to health and safety and their regard for human life is not what we're used to. Maddy wasn't the... Read more
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Daily Star
SAS hero’s daughter killed by speedboat’s propeller while snorkelling on dream holidaycollision. Mr Cole told the inquest: "We could see a marker which was clearly
Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
collision. Mr Cole told the inquest: "We could see a marker which was clearly quite a way out from the buoy line. "It's a third world country and they're not used to health and safety and their regard for human life is not what we're used... Read more
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