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  2. The Silent Star - Wikipedia

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    Milcząca Gwiazda (German: Der schweigende Stern), literal English translation The Silent Star, is a 1960 East German/Polish color science fiction film based on the 1951 science fiction novel The Astronauts by Polish science fiction writer Stanisław Lem. It was directed by Kurt Maetzig, and stars Günther Simon, Julius Ongewe and Yoko Tani.

  3. List of newspapers in South Africa - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of newspapers in South Africa.. In 2017, there were 22 daily and 25 weekly major urban newspapers in South Africa, most published in English. According to a survey of the South African Audience Research Foundation, about 50% of the South African adult population are newspaper readers and 48% are magazine readers.

  4. 2017 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

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    Despite the FIDA- Kenya lawsuit, the IEBC announced on 22 August that it will publish the full list of elected Members of the National Assembly and Members of County Assembly later that day and that the gender-rule lawsuit will not be heard in court until 20 September; the IEBC had already published the final results and names of the 47 ...

  5. Daily Mail - Wikipedia

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    On 5 May 1946, the Daily Mail celebrated its Golden Jubilee.Winston Churchill was the chief guest at the banquet and toasted it with a speech. Newsprint rationing in the Second World War had forced the Daily Mail to cut its size to four pages, but the size gradually increased through the 1950s.

  6. List of companies of Algeria - Wikipedia

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    Algeria is a sovereign state in North Africa on the Mediterranean coast.. Algeria is classified as an upper middle income country by the World Bank. Algeria's currency is the dinar (DZD).

  7. Prison ship - Wikipedia

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    The first British use of a prison ship was the privately owned Tayloe, engaged by the Home Office in 1775 via contract with her owner, Duncan Campbell. Tayloe was moored in the Thames with the intention that she be the receiving point for all inmates whose sentences of transportation to the Americas had been delayed by the War of Independence.

  8. Victor Stafford Reid - Wikipedia

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    Victor Stafford Reid, OJ, (1 May 1913 – 25 August 1987) was a Jamaican writer born in Kingston, Jamaica, who wrote with an intent of influencing the younger generations.

  9. Beau Geste - Wikipedia

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    Beau Geste is an adventure novel by British writer P. C. Wren, which details the adventures of three English brothers who enlist separately in the French Foreign Legion following the theft of a valuable jewel from the country house of a relative.