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Hillary Clinton roasted The New York Times and their columnist Maureen Dowd - for apparently forgetting that she ran on a mixed-gender presidential ticket in 2016. She joined a chorus of Twitter mockery after the paper’s Opinion Twitter account...
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Sri Lanka’s former president Mahinda Rajapaka will be sworn in as the country’s new prime minister for the fourth time at a historic Buddhist temple on Sunday, consolidating the hard-line political dynasty’s grip on power. The 74-year-old Sri Lanka People’s Party (SLPP)...
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The US oil industry appears to be backing Trump over Biden for reelection in 2020, having donated nearly $1 billion to his campaign compared to only $265,000 for Biden’s campaign According to the data as of August 2020, President Trump has received $936,155 in contributions from the oil and gas...
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The Giving Pledge was heralded as a worthy goal when it was announced 10 years ago this week, but those good intentions have been outmatched by a mighty foe: the breakneck pace of wealth creation. Though they’ve promised to shed at least half of their wealth for the common good, many of the...
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Are kids happier with our slower life. Should we be worried? A couple of weeks ago, I posted on my Facebook page about how many parents have been whispering to me, guiltily, that their families have never been happier. Their children are thriving in the absence of activities, tight schedules, rushed...
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Yellow tape cordons off the scene where a 16-year-old was shot in the head and killed, and an 18-year-old was wounded, on the 7300 block of South Sangamon Street in 2016. | Getty Images file photo Gun manufacturers and dealers could play a huge role in making our nation safer. Instead, the gun lobby...
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Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling. The mention of “war crimes” usually brings the Nazis and the Holocaust to mind. But the United States has its own dark history of scorched earth policies filled with massacres, rape, bio-chemical warfare, and concentration camps. While undergoing...
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Burna Boy was not a well-behaved student. Back then – before the Brit and Grammy nominations, the sold-out arena shows all around the world and the 600million streams of his irresistible music – he was Damini Ogulu, a recalcitrant schoolboy in southern Nigeria, skipping classes and getting into...
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On 4 August 2020, at 6pm the explosion at the Beirut port sent a destructive shockwave across a radius of more than 7 kilometres. The explosion was heard as far away as Cyprus, but it was felt across the whole world. It is hard to measure the size of the human loss at this point. Official numbers...
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Beirut: French President Emmanuel Macron has denied that he’s seeking to pull the strings in Lebanon and revive France’s colonial-era influence over a country reeling from a...

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