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And the coolest politician's name of the day belongs to Willis D. Knuckles, Liberia's new Presidential Affairs Minister.
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One year ago:
2017/2/4A few days ago, I travelled from London to Amsterdam by train. I caught the Eurostar from St. Pancras International to Brussels-Midi, and then caught a Thalys high-speed train, along the Belgian/Dutch coast with its grey
Two years ago:
2016/1/27Recently, the filmmaker Charlie Lyne organised a crowdfunding campaign to submit a film of paint drying to the British Board of Film Classification, the organisation which must approve all films before they may be publicly exhibited
Five years ago:
2013/2/14Prince Charles, the future head of state of the UK, has been giving his subjects the benefit of his wisdom again; this time, he has used his royal powers to have medical advice critical of homeopathy
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