Donors suspend funding of Poland’s Jewish history museum
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Donors suspend funding of Poland’s Jewish history museum

Several private donors to Poland’s Jewish history museum have suspended funding amid uncertainty over who will lead it, a Jewish group said. The suspension is connected to concern…

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Rivlin becomes ‘Honorary Citizen of Seoul’
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Rivlin becomes ‘Honorary Citizen of Seoul’

The title of Honorary Citizen of the City of Seoul was awarded to President Reuven Rivlin today, Thursday, by Mayor Park Wen-soon at Seoul’s City Hall. The president…

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Hummus company recalls products over Listeria contamination
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Hummus company recalls products over Listeria contamination

A hummus company is recalling almost 100 varieties of its chickpea dip that may be contaminated with Listeria. Houston-based Pita Pal Foods announced on Monday that it was…

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Fostering the digital roots of European automobile revolution: Milan Kumar, Global CIO, WABCO
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Fostering the digital roots of European automobile revolution: Milan Kumar, Global CIO, WABCO

The technology world is seeing an evolving relationship between the IT solution providers and automobile manufacturers. Data is taking the centre stage for the entire manufacturing cycle. The…

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Nationwide Study on Teen ‘Sexting’ Has Good News, Bad News
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Nationwide Study on Teen ‘Sexting’ Has Good News, Bad News

MEDIA CONTACT Available for logged-in reporters only CITATIONS Archives of Sexual Behavior TYPE OF ARTICLE Research Results SECTION LIFE Social and Behavioral Sciences KEYWORDS Sexting, Adolescents, Teenagers, Cyberbullying,…

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A Graphene Superconductor That Plays More Than One Tune
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A Graphene Superconductor That Plays More Than One Tune

Credit: Guorui Chen/Berkeley Lab The trilayer graphene/boron nitride heterostructure device as seen through an optical microscope. The gold, nanofabricated electric contacts are shown in yellow; the silicon dioxide/silicon…

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Report: UK woman says 12 Israeli teens filmed rape in Cyprus hotel
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Report: UK woman says 12 Israeli teens filmed rape in Cyprus hotel

A British woman who alleged rape against 12 Israeli teens said the young men held her down and filmed the sexual assault while she screamed, according to reports…

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At least 12 presumed dead in Japan studio fire: Official
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At least 12 presumed dead in Japan studio fire: Official

At least 12 people are presumed dead and more people are missing after a suspected arson attack on an animation studio in the Japanese city of Kyoto, a…

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General Ershad: The deposed dictator who became kingmaker
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General Ershad: The deposed dictator who became kingmaker

General Hussain Muhammad Ershad, the military dictator of Bangladesh for most of the 1980s, died on July 14 in Dhaka. He was 89 years old. Ershad’s peaceful death…

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Crowds chant ‘send her back’ as Trump renews attack on Ilhan Omar
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Crowds chant ‘send her back’ as Trump renews attack on Ilhan Omar

Raucous crowds chanted “Send her back!” as US President Donald Trump stepped up attacks against four Democratic Congresswomen of colour, including Somali-born Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, at his first campaign…

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