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Nigeria’s Booming Film Industry Redefines African Life - NYTimes.com

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Please God, let the Yankees fail epically this season. Let it be the BoSox and the Indians in the ALCS game and Boston kick some Cleveland BUTT!

How To Ace The First 30 Days At A New Job - The Confused Millennial, millennial blog

How To Ace The First 30 Days At A New Job

How To Ace The First 30 Days At A New Job - The Confused Millennial, millennial blog

Harvard Scientists: 'Genius Pill' Now Legal In All 50 States / Brain Scientists Invent World's First IQ Boosting Supplement.

Forbes - Genius pill that is taking our great nation by storm. Stephen Hawking predicts this brain boosting pill will become the biggest event in human history.

In the first year of his presidency, Donald Trump has achieved at least three things that few presidents ever have. His approval rating is in the 30s. His former aides — and reportedly the president himself — are under federal investigation. And members of Mr. Trump’s own party are running what has been described as a shadow campaign to replace him in 2020.

The Trump Fever Never Breaks

In the first year of his presidency, Donald Trump has achieved at least three things that few presidents ever have. His approval rating is in the 30s. His former aides — and reportedly the president himself — are under federal investigation. And members of Mr. Trump’s own party are running what has been described as a shadow campaign to replace him in 2020.

Foreign Policy: «Αναπαύσου εν ειρήνη Τουρκία, 1921-2017» ~ Geopolitics & Daily News

RIP Turkey, 1921 – Tayyip Erdogan didn’t just win his constitutional referendum — he permanently closed a chapter of his country’s modern history.

Misery: Sisters Havin, six, and Hana Ttahsin, four, from Kurdistan walk through awful muddy conditions at the Grand-Synthe migrant camp which holds about 3,000 migrants in Dunkirk, France

The unknown refugee camp 'far worse than the Calais jungle'

Aid workers warn that conditions for the refugees and migrants, including more than 160 children, staying in a camp near Dunkirk, northern France, are now 'far worse than the Calais jungle'.

Video: Millions of single Chinese men desperately seeking a wife - France 24

Video: Millions of single Chinese men desperately seeking a wife - France 24

Five years after the Arab uprisings, optimism has faded to cynicism as ongoing conflicts in Syria, Libya, and Yemen cast a shadow on the prospects for a sustainable democratic transition in the region. After five years, the main participants—the Islamists, the Arab youth, and the regimes themselves—should process several lessons.

Has justice taken a backseat to civil order in Egypt’s.: Has justice taken a backseat to civil order in Egypt’s courts?

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