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5 shootings leave 2 dead, 5 injured in Philadelphia on Monday – NBC10 Philadelphia

A day after 16 people were shot and four killed in Philadelphia, violence in the city continued with two people killed and five others injured in five separate shootings across the city on Monday afternoon into the evening. The first shooting took place in the 3100 block of Jasper Street …

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British Museum Helps Return 2000-Year-Old Looted Statue to Libya | English museum

A 2,000-year-old marble statue of a Greek goddess, from a rare illegal trafficking, has been returned to Libya after a lengthy repatriation case involving experts from the British Museum. The well-preserved marble statue, dating from the 2nd century BC and probably representing Persephone, is said to have been fixed on …

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50 of the best unlimited Kindle books you can read in 2021

The hitman by Katrina Jackson Zahra What would you do if you found out that your fiancé cheated on you the night before you got married to an exotic reality TV dancer? What if you found out that they had a threesome with your best friend, who was also your …

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Review: Love and humiliation are inseparable in Megan Nolan’s “Acts of Despair”

When Ari Aster’s breaking fantasy Middle was first released in 2019, many women I knew cited one of her first scenes as a particularly traumatic moment – namely, a prolonged argument between her grieving heroine, Dani, and her antihero impassive, Christian, who elegantly portrays how men are sometimes able to …

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Invasive wasps build nests in aircraft instruments and may pose ‘significant risk’ to aviation safety

You probably would do it without thinking, but a wasp that recently took up residence in Australia may pose a “significant risk” to the safety of passenger planes in Brisbane and beyond, research shows. Key points: An experiment showed that a particular species of wasp made nests in instruments that …

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Texas COVID count drops 17 days after mask, other restrictions lifted

A little over two weeks after Texas Governor Greg Abbott survey coronavirus warrants allowing businesses to operate at 100% capacity and making masks optional, the red state still signals a decrease in cases and hospitalizations. The governor defended his state’s success in a Friday night tweet saying, “Today Texas recorded …

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Put the “ customer ” back in the customer experience

PHOTO: Travis Wise “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou The importance of happy customers cannot be overstated. Harvard Business Review noted that companies that achieve top NPS scores …

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Illinois establishes Tiebreaker for conditional licensing of adult cannabis dispensary

Long-term business plans can easily fall on the back burner when you’re busy tackling what’s right in front of you. But poor planning always manifests itself in one way or another: just ask anyone who is stranded at peak times on a road network that is past the decades of …

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7 foods nutritionists hate the most

Nutritionists agree that certain foods such powerful health benefits, we need to make sure we eat them as much as possible, as often as possible. Where nutritionists tend to separate themselves is whether certain foods are so dreadful they never belong to anyone’s diet. For example, Sovereign laboratories” resident dietitian …

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More than half of Canadians say British monarchy is obsolete in poll after Harry and Meghan interview

OTTAWA – A new poll suggests just over half of Canadians believe the British monarchy is a relic Canada should abandon, following Prince Harry and Meghan’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey. Fifty-three percent of respondents to an online poll by Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies say the British …

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