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  2. News - Wikipedia

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    The Oklahoma City Daily posted news to its site within hours. Two of the only news sites capable of hosting images, the San Jose Mercury News and Time magazine, posted photographs of the scene. Quantitatively, the internet has massively expanded the sheer volume of news items available to one person.

  3. Amanda Lindhout - Wikipedia

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    Amanda Lindhout (born June 12, 1981) is a Canadian humanitarian, public speaker and journalist. On August 23, 2008, she and members of her entourage were kidnapped by Islamist insurgents in southern Somalia.

  4. 2019 in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

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    24 May – Edmund Morris, 78, Kenyan-born British-American writer (The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, Dutch: A Memoir of Ronald Reagan), Pulitzer Prize winner (1980), stroke. 25 May Margaret-Ann Armour, 79, Scottish-born Canadian chemist. Claus von Bülow, 92, Danish-British socialite. 26 May

  5. List of Seventh-day Adventists - Wikipedia

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    Luke Ford – Australian/American writer; blogger; and former pornography gossip columnist Vincent Harding (1931–2014) – former African American Seventh-day Adventist pastor who became a Mennonite pastor; civil rights author, and associate of Martin Luther King Jr. who wrote the main draft of King's 1967 speech " Beyond Vietnam: A Time to ...

  6. Catholic Church sexual abuse cases by country - Wikipedia

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    Father J. Ceelen, pastor of the parishes of Lieshout and of Mariahout (municipality of Laarbeek), quit his post after allegations of sexual abuse on 1 September 2005. In February 2010 Salesians were accused of sexual abuse in their juvenate Don Rua in 's-Heerenberg. Salesian bishop of Rotterdam van Luyn pleaded for a thorough investigation.

  7. Years of Living Dangerously - Wikipedia

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    Episode 1, "Dry Season" (first aired on April 13, 2014): Don Cheadle reports on the severe droughts in the Southwest United States, following scientist and devout Christian, Katharine Hayhoe, as she speaks to religious audiences about the connection between extreme weather and climate change; Harrison Ford visits Indonesia to learn how slash-and-burn deforestation, driven by the global ...

  8. English cuisine - Wikipedia

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    English cuisine encompasses the cooking styles, traditions and recipes associated with England.It has distinctive attributes of its own, but also shares much with wider British cuisine, partly through the importation of ingredients and ideas from the Americas, China, and India during the time of the British Empire and as a result of post-war immigration.

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