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German rappers in anti-Semitism lyrics row to visit Auschwitz

Image copyright AFP Image caption Kollegah and Farid Bang’s Echo prize prompted a number of musicians to return their awards Two rappers whose lyrics about the Holocaust provoked an outcry in Germany have accepted an invitation to visit the death...
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Raptors seek to eliminate mistakes against Cavs in Game 2

TORONTO – The morning after the Toronto Raptors‘ ugly overtime loss to Cleveland, Kyle Lowry was decidedly upbeat as he strode to the press conference podium with a jaunty “What’s up people?” If there was any stewing or frustration about...
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Langer named Australia’s new head coach

  shares Play 00:46 Langer: Ball-tampering mistakes will be forgiven Justin Langer ...
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Zora Neale Hurston’s ‘Barracoon’ Tells the Story of the Slave Trade’s Last Survivor

Sitting on his porch in 1928, under the Alabama sun, snacking on peaches, Cudjo Lewis (born Oluale Kossola) recounted to his guest his life story: how he came from a place in West Africa, then traversed the Middle Passage in...
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Conflict sidelines CA director from culture review

May 2, 2018 Conflict of interest has forced a Cricket Australia (CA) Board director to be excused from an independent review into the culture of the organisation stemming from the Newlands ball-tampering scandal. Michelle Tredenick, a CA director since Novembe...
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How African Female Ex-Slaves Became Agooji Warriors

How African Female Ex-Slaves Became Agooji Warriors

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The Story Behind Rube Goldberg’s Complicated Contraptions

The Story Behind Rube Goldberg’s Complicated Contraptions

During his 72-year career, cartoonist Rube Goldberg produced more than 50,000 drawings and thousands of comic strips. In 1922, Goldberg was so sought after that a newspaper syndicate paid him $200,000 for his comic strips – the equivalent of around...
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From Astrophysical Observatories to Abandoned Factories, Art Pop-Ups Are Taking Over Armenia’s Unusual Spaces

From Astrophysical Observatories to Abandoned Factories, Art Pop-Ups Are Taking Over Armenia’s Unusual Spaces

In 1971, at the height of the Cold War, renowned U.S. and Soviet scientists gathered at Armenia’s Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory (BAO) to ponder what contact with alien life would mean for humankind and how communication would be possible. “Communi...
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