Veterinary New Valley organizes 29 seminars to combat epidemic diseases — Archy Worldys

The Directorate of Veterinary Medicine in the New Valley Governorate announced the implementation of 29 seminars in the framework of an information campaign launched by the Directorate throughout the month […]

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‘FREQUENT, HEAVY DRINKER’: Yale pal remembers boozy Brett Kavanaugh — Canoe

WASHINGTON — FBI agents on Sunday interviewed one of the three women who have accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct as Republicans and Democrats quarreled over whether […]

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September 2018: Vietnam — The Culture Club

No longer held down by its past (or its politics), the slender nation of Vietnam makes for easy itineraries, book-ended as it is with two very different cities: poetic, tight-lipped […]

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On This Day: A Gaming History Article — ColinLacksWorld

On September 30th, 1999 a little game known as Crash Team Racing would cap off developer Naughty Dog’s time with the franchise. For those that don’t know Crash Bandicoot was […]

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The Realities of Poverty and Dreaming — by Kiana Danielle

I want to be a romance writer. It’s a dream I’ve had since I was twelve, reading Judy Blume and trying to sneak some of the more mature YA off […]

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Facebook censors Conservative Media Communications — Conservative Media Communications

For a week now Facebook has not allowed us the ability to share our content with other conservative groups. They want us to pay then in order to boost posts […]

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Bare Feet and Cardboard Houses — lifeascolocha

Guatemala Chronicles- Part 1 I remember how excited I was when we were preparing to touch down in Guatemala City. Even though my mom’s side of the family is from […]

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More Than 800 Dead In Indonesia Earthquake — Last Days News Articles

Indonesia rescue team evacuate a woman from damage following earthquakes and a tsunami in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, Sept. 30, 2018. (Associated Press) “The death is believed to be still […]

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And so it begins: Hospitable attraction — Peter Van Werkhoven

Hospitality was something more thrust upon me than sought after. Straight out of highschool into the first job that I applied for, through a sister who worked at the restaurant, […]

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NY Metro Program Internship at Corporation for Supportive Housing — Entry Level Jobs for Social Impact

Fields: social work, data analysis, housing, mental health, homeless | Location: NYC, New York | Deadline: Until filled via NY Metro Program Internship at Corporation for Supportive Housing — Entry Level […]

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Noah’s Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics — Docudramas

from Genesis Apologetics via Noah’s Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics — Docudramas

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Technologists come together to attack famine — Archy Worldys

To attack the famine before it causes more havoc, the giants of cutting-edge technologies “will use the power of data” in order to analyze and anticipate dangerous situations and take […]

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Preston Pride: “There’s Too Much Evil In The World” — Somandeep’s Blog

Preston Pride took place on Saturday 29 September to celebrate and raise awareness for the LGBT community. Music, rainbows, glitter and “#BigJesus” filled the city centre with joy and seeing […]

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Book Review: Dry by Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman — Bookshelf Fantasies

When the California drought escalates to catastrophic proportions, one teen is forced to make life and death decisions for her family in this harrowing story of survival from New York […]

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Brett Kavanaugh, The Supreme Court and American Liberties — Chasing Immortality

Yesterday evening a friend of mine inboxed me on facebook. She just had one question for me “Gaiven how could those Republicans still support Judge Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court”. […]

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A new report estimates that more than 380,000 people have died in South Sudan’s civil war — The Property Gazette

Africa Soldiers of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army prepare to head into the north of South Sudan in October 2016. Heavy fighting had broken out between government and opposition forces […]

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Gig report: Good People and Good Food — SongwriterTribe

Good People and Good Food! via Gig report: Good People and Good Food — SongwriterTribe

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CNN; Where is MeToo when we need them? — CO2 is Life

In exclusive extracts from a new biography of Hollywood legend Jane Fonda, written by a friend who studied with her at drama school, we’ve heard about the insecurities that led […]

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Busy Busy Busy — Matthew Phillips

If I were going to say that this season has been busy, that would be an understatement. Between my 2nd to last semester of school, getting ready to move, and […]

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Why an Anti-Fungal Diet is Key for Cancer Prevention | Dr. Roby Mitchell — Lisa Burk

See the rest of the story at http://tvjournal.patientsforfulllegalization.org/2018/09/30/why-an-anti-fungal-diet-is-key-for-cancer-prevention-dr-roby-mitchell/ via Why an Anti-Fungal Diet is Key for Cancer Prevention | Dr. Roby Mitchell — Lisa Burk

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I Don’t Know How to Waste Time on the Internet Anymore The other day, I found myself looking at a blank address bar in a new tab in my browser. […]

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Cassandra Thorburn has clapped back at trolls who called her ‘fugly’, slamming them for their bully-like behaviour. Karl Stefanovic’s ex became the target of cruel social media users after appearing on […]

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Cassandra Thorburn has clapped back at trolls who called her ‘fugly’, slamming them for their bully-like behaviour. Karl Stefanovic’s ex became the target of cruel social media users after appearing on […]

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Cassandra Thorburn has clapped back at trolls who called her ‘fugly’, slamming them for their bully-like behaviour. Karl Stefanovic’s ex became the target of cruel social media users after appearing on […]

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