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Mondoweiss
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In their darkest hours, Jews turned in prayer toward Jerusalem, for redemption. The twentieth century has witnessed both the rebirth of the Jewish state and the reunification of a sovereign Jewish capital in Jerusalem. This claim to Jerusalem, I realize now, couldnt exist without victimhood. This tie between colonization and claiming victim space is even clearer in what follows: “Yet the meaning of that rebirth and reunification has been little understood, and Jerusalem has become the centrepiece of political and military conflict involving states distant from Israel.” The marriage of power and victimhood that Israel has become was unbeknownst to me then. I believed tiny Israel to be a light unto the nations, and thought everyone else in the world wanted to destroy her. I was ready for the 45-minute ride up to Jerusalem. I entered the bus with my fanny pack strapped to my ripped and faded Levi shorts and my canteen across my shoulder.
West Briton
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It's a wonderful bond between man and animal.This video was shot off the Isles of Scilly and features diver and videographer Gary Grayson.He and his team encounter an Atlantic Grey Seal and what follows is amazing - not to mention adorable.The inquisitive seal approaches and, after a while, it becomes clear what its after - nothing more than a bit of a cuddle and a belly rub.The video has captured the imagination of the world - and has been viewed nearly eight million times on YouTube since it...
Financial Times - United States
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West Briton
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It's a wonderful bond between man and animal.This video was shot off the Isles of Scilly and features diver and videographer Gary Grayson.He and his team encounter an Atlantic Grey Seal and what follows is amazing - not to mention adorable.The inquisitive seal approaches and, after a while, it becomes clear what its after - nothing more than a bit of a cuddle and a belly rub.The video has captured the imagination of the world - and has been viewed nearly eight million times on YouTube since it...
BBC Two England
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the second heat of this race. Results of heat macro as follows. Canada have edged just in front of the United States and those other qualifiers,.
Sky News
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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seat provided that the Lib Dems can sort out who is going to stand. If they are to fight back and have a chance of succeeding, they need to get organised. And Sophy Ridge on Sunday follows Sunrise at 10am, this week Sophy is joined by UKIP leader Paul Nuttall, Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry and the SNP's spokesman.
The Guardian - Film
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Daily Mail - Home
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Drinking duty free alcohol on board planes should be made a criminal offence, that's the call from some of Britain's biggest airlines. It follows an increase in so-called "air rage" incidents fuelled by alcohol
Ars Technica
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Enlarge / The handmaid June (Elizabeth Moss) must wear regulation red, with a bonnet covering her face, to signify that role as a slave designated to bear children for a prominent man. (credit: The Handmaid's Tale / Hulu ) One of the most exciting new science fiction shows on the Web right now isn't exactly fun. The Handmaid's Tale , currently streaming its first three episodes on Hulu, may repulse you, incense you, or just make you cry. But like a good workout that makes your muscles burn, the hurt of watching this series eventually results in something great. Based on the celebrated 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale is a half-dystopia, half-fairy tale about what happens to the United States after a far-right religious group seizes control of the government. There are a few notable changes from the novel, but, for the most part, the series follows the events of Atwood's book faithfully.
Sky News
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CERN
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Harriet Jarlett Final tests were performed in the LHC at the end of April, ready for the restart this weekend (Image: Maximilien Brice/ CERN) Today, the LHC once again began circulating beams of protons, for the first time this year. This follows a 17-week-long extended technical stop. Over the past month, after the completion of the maintenance work that began in December 2016, each of the machines in the accelerator chain have, in turn, been switched on and checked until this weekend when the LHC, the final machine in the chain, could be restarted by the Operations team. “It’s like an orchestra, everything has to be timed and working very nicely together. Once each of the parts is working properly, that’s when the beam goes in, in phases from one machine to the next all the way up to the LHC,” explains Rende Steerenber g, who leads the operations group responsible for the whole accelerator complex, including the LHC.
ITV4
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Peloton. We are going to see proper bike racing tomorrow. Not that this isn't, but it is different. It follows a formula. There is a place for this in stage racing, as there is for everything, including controlling
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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BBC One London
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Hazard's determination to go after him, follows him in, got away from him, realises he needs help, they are always looking for each other and it is instinctive play, a fantastic finish, and you see on this.
Channel 4
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in Formula One. That is quite a lot. Yes, but it was not always by choice that I had to change teams. Every career is different. Hulkenberg follows him through. I think I'm right in saying that you have one every Championship you have competed in on your way.
Voice Of America
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They were added to the list of national parks in 1978 under then-President Jimmy Carter. Meyer traveled on the scenic Mission Hike and Bike Trail that follows the San Antonio River and links all five sites. "Each of these mission sites tells part of the story in a different way, depending on how much of the site has been preserved," he remarked. "The outlying walls and buildings showcase where the religious figures would have lived, where the students would have lived who were being taught by the missionaries, and a lot of what the daily life would have looked like for these early Spanish colonizers,” he added. And what life must have been like for Native Americans under Spanish rule, he noted. “Some people would say they stole their culture from them. Other people would say they provided a means for survival in a changing world that was no longer nomadic and that was becoming agricultural,” he said.
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On the outside line for Graham Hill Bend. Coates knows that, goes back into line. Follows Deegan. Look at the back end of Deegan's car! They're still on cold tyres