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St Kilda Pier Kiosk destroyed by fire. Is Osama to blame?
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2016/12/14Terrible reports from Aleppo as the forces of the tyrant Assad, backed by Russia, take the last pockets of resistance and exact a terrible vengeance on the resisting population. Mass executions of civilians (or, in the
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2015/12/14This week, the culturally-capitalised twentysomethings of Dalston got a rude shock, discovering that acclaimed basement music venue Power Lunches was suddenly closing , citing the increasing difficulty of operating in a wealthy, expensive city such as
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2012/12/15Today in algorithmic content creation: Philip Parker, a professor of marketing in the US, has created an algorithm that automatically generates books on a variety of subjects , gathering information on the internet in the way
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