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Deepcut barracks was heavily sexualised and misogynistic, court told Inquest into death of Pte Cheryl James told that teenager was given rubbish jobs after sergeant took a shine to herThe atmosphere at Deepcut barracks was heavily sexualised, misogynistic and toxic, with senior male instructors seeing young women as a sexu
The Guardian | 8 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Britain's Pinewood Studios owner could be sold The group which owns Britain's Pinewood Studios, where the James Bond films are made, could be sold off in a deal that analysts estimated could raise up to $500 million. Pinewood Group said Wednesday it has appointed the Rothschild investment bank to
Yahoo! News | 15 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
US clean power plan setback 'will not affect Paris climate change deal' Politicians, businesses and campaigners from other countries rally to support Barack Obama after supreme court puts US flagship climate plan on holdThe US commitment to cutting carbon emissions under the landmark Paris agreement remains unaffected by the
The Guardian | 16 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Sikh Actor Is Allowed to Fly Home to U.S. Wearing His Turban The actor, Waris Ahluwalia, was not allowed to board an airplane in Mexico City on Monday because he refused to remove his turban during a security check .
New York Times | 16 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Turkey dismisses EU plan to resettle refugees in return for sealing sea route Ankaras ambassador to EU describes plan to take in refugees from Turkey only if Aegean sea route is closed as unacceptable and infeasibleEuropean plans to take in hundreds of thousands of refugees on annual basis directly from Turkey, in return for Ankara
The Guardian | 21 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Central African Republic to go ahead with elections Sunday Central African Republics long awaited presidential runoff vote will go forward Sunday alongside a second attempt at credible legislative elections, election authorities said as the two top candidates campaigned outside the capital Wednesday.
Washington Post | 22 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
UK to end ancient practice of printing laws on animal skin Its often said some laws arent worth the paper theyre printed on. Not in Britain, where for centuries laws have been printed not on paper but on calfskin parchment known as vellum.
Washington Post | 22 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Five years after nuclear meltdown, no one knows what to do with Fukushima A huge question still hangs over the stricken plant: How to dispose of all the radioactive material?
Washington Post | 22 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Brazilians Shrug Off Zika Fears to Revel in Carnival Fun Many Brazilians feel they have more important things to worry about, including soaring unemployment, a plummeting currency and a corruption scandal.
New York Times | 26 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
How is Lagos changing? Share your stories Chaotic or cutting-edge? If you live or work in Lagos, share your photos and thoughts about how the megacity is changing with GuardianWitnessLagos is one of the biggest megacities in the world, with some estimates placing the population of its metropolita
The Guardian | 27 minutes ago | comment? | recommend