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A Student Who Accidentally Became A Millionaire With A Cult Following After Selling His...

Sultan Gustaf Al Ghozali, who turned hundreds of his selfies into non fungible tokens (NFTs), poses at his college in Semarang on January 14, 2022.Daffa Ramya Kanzuddin/AFP via Getty Image Sultan Gustaf Al Ghozali, an Indonesian student, took a...
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Lane Kiffin Reportedly Meets With Transfers Jt Daniels, Jermaine Burton

Lane Kiffin is still looking for a new quarterback for his Ole Miss team next season, and he may have a new candidate. Kiffin teased fans on Twitter Thursday by posting a photo of the Athens Ben Epps Airport. His tweet included a dog...
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Clean Sweep For Incumbent Mia Mottley In Barbados’ First Election As A Republic

Barbadians have ‘spoken with one voice’Originally published on Global VoicesBarbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley speaking at the 16th Raúl Prebisch Lecture held in Geneva, Switzerland, on September 10, 2019. Photo by Timothy Sullivan...
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Why We’ve Succumbed To Pandemic Apathy

In March of 2020 The New York Times published a photo essay titled “The Great Empty.” It was an unsettling testimony of public landscapes leached of humanity: Times Square lit up for no one, decluttered highways in Colombia, a commuter-less...
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Australian Town Of Onslow Hits Record 50.7 Degrees Celsius, As Global Warming Rolls On Relentlessly

Global ocean and air temperatures at record levelsOriginally published on Global VoicesOne prediction of where rising sea levels will end up at Cottesloe Beach, Perth Western Australia – Photo courtesy Flickr user go_greener_oz (CC BY-ND...
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Belarusian Officials Accused Of Air Piracy Over Forced Landing Of Jet That Led To Dissident...

A photo taken on May 23, 2021 shows the Ryanair plane intercepted and diverted to Minsk the same day.PETRAS MALUKAS/AFP via Getty Images The Justice Department charged four senior Belarusian officials with air piracy on Thursday. The indictment...
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The Us Navy's 2nd-oldest Commissioned Ship Has Been Held Hostage By North Korea For 54 Years

A North Korean sailor next to the USS Pueblo, which was captured by North Korea in 1968 and is now docked in Pyongyang, August 5, 2007.(AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel) On January 23, 1968, North Korea seized USS Pueblo, an unarmed US Navy surveillance...
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New Satellite Photos Show The Russian Military Massing Near Ukraine As Us Warns Russia Could Invade...

View of tanks, artillery, and tents in Yelyna, Russia, which is about 80 miles east of Belarus, on Jan. 19, 2022.Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies New satellite photos show Russia's significant force build-up near Ukraine amid invasion...
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Mexico Confiscates Improperly Labeled Kids’ Cereals

What a concept!  A government cracking down on illegally labeled Kellogg kids’ cereals, lots of them. The Associated Press report of the matter, widely reproduced, does not say which cereals or show photos of the ones that were seized. Mexico has...
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The Fbi Raided Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar's Home In Texas But It's Unclear Why

Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., speaks about the United States-Mexico border during a news conference at the Capitol in Washington, Friday, July 30, 2021AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta The FBI conducted a...
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Were The Kazakhstani Protests Predictable?

An academic survey highlighted pre-pandemic woes in KazakhstanOriginally published on Global VoicesProtests in Kazakhstan spread across the country. On January 4, a large crowd gathered in the northern city of Aktobe. Photo: Esetok, CC BY-SA 4.0 via...
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Pentagon Releases Footage Of The Botched Afghanistan Drone Strike That Killed 10 Civilians,...

Photo taken on Sept. 18, 2021 shows a damaged vehicle at a site of U.S. drone strike in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan. The U.S. military admitted in September that a U.S. drone strike in late August in Kabul killed as many as 10 civilians, including...
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Iranian President Seen Performing Evening Prayer At Kremlin - Photo

Raisi and Putin met on 19 January and discussed a number of important geopolitical issues during the Iranian president’s first visit to Moscow since his election.
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Former Minister Tells Boris Johnson To Resign After Tory Mp Defects To Labour

British Prime Minister Boris JohnsonAdrian Dennis/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo A senior Conservative dramatically told Boris Johnson to resign during Prime Minister's Questions. Conservative MP Christian Wakeford defected from the Conservatives...
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Photos: Snow Covers Sahara Desert Amid Rare Low Temperatures

The Sahara Desert has seen many drastic changes over thousands of years, but snowfalls are still extremely rare. Experts note that the recent snow is just the fourth time it has been seen in the last 42 years. Snow in the Sahara previously fell in...
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Photo: More Photos Of Arsenal’s Shirt Collaboration With Transport For London Released

It’s not quite in the league of the Michael Jordan collaboration with Paris Saint-Germain, but there’s some sense to Arsenal’s latest tie up. A pre-match jersey in the style of... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment...
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Espn Makes Exactly Zero Mentions Of Viral Video Showing Warriors Minority Owner Claiming ‘nobody...

Photo by Mike Windle/Getty Images for ESPN Golden State Warriors part-owner Chamath Palihapitiya was blasted for admitting he does not care about China’s genocide against Uyghur Muslims. But one outlet that continues to avoid the topic is...
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Moscow Claims Everything Is Normal After Report Says Russia Has Been Quietly Emptying Out Its...

Photo of the Russian embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine.Getty Images Russia has been slowly emptying out its embassy in Kyiv, The New York Times reported this week. Russia has reportedly pulled nearly 50 people out and may be preparing for more...
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Minister Admits 'party' Took Place After Dominic Cummings Claimed Boris Johnson Knew May 2020...

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.Adrian Dennis/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo A minister inadvertently admitted there was a party in Downing Street in during lockdown. Boris Johnson last week insisted he believed the gathering on May 20, 2020, was...
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Labour Calls For Attorney General To Tell Ministers And Officials Not To Delete Photos Or Texts...

UK Prime Minister Boris JohnsonGetty Labour's Emily Thornberry said ministers and officials must be reminded to preserve records. It came as details of parties held despite lockdown rules threaten Boris Johnson's government. A report said...
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