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Police evacuate the centre of Birmingham, following a security alert. Perhaps this means that it's not Islamists but Smiths fans behind the attacks.
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2017/1/19As one of his final official acts, US President Obama has commuted the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning , the former intelligence analyst who leaked classified video of drone pilots massacring civilians, to time served. Now
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2016/1/17Tonight I saw Henry Rollins at the Barbican, on one of the two London dates on his current speaking tour of the UK (titled “Charmingly Obstinate”). Rollins went on stage at half past seven, attired in
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2013/1/22A landmark of 20th-century Australian experimental architecture faces demolition: the Fairhaven pole house , which stands on a platform atop a 15-metre concrete pole near the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, is scheduled to be torn
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