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Which Windows programs for more advanced users do you recommend?

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Which Windows programs for more advanced users do you recommend? Jack Schofield   An earlier answer endorsed some programs for people setting up a new Windows PC, but Joakim would like some suggestions for more seasoned users. I’m...

Teacher In Ghana Teaches ‘MS Word’ On Chalkboard, And You Have To See It...

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Teacher In Ghana Teaches ‘MS Word’ On Chalkboard, And You Have To See It From Up Close To Really Appreciate It by​ James A Facebook post by a teacher in Ghana has gone viral and...

Trump’s order scrapping child separation policy may face legal challenges

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Trump's order scrapping child separation policy may face legal challenges   Trump signed an executive order requiring immigrant families be detained together when they are caught entering the country illegally for as long as their criminal...

UN warns of mass famine in Yemen over Saudi blockade of aid

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UN warns of mass famine in Yemen over Saudi blockade of aid   United Nations (United States) – Yemen is facing a mass famine that will affect millions of lives unless the Saudi-led coalition ends its...

Hackers attacking US and European energy firms could sabotage power grids

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Hackers attacking US and European energy firms could sabotage power grids   Cybersecurity firm Symantec says ‘Dragonfly’ group has been investigating and penetrating energy facilities in US, Turkey and Switzerland. A hacking campaign is targeting the energy...

Wildfires kill over 30 in Portugal and Spain

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Wildfires kill over 30 in Portugal and Spain   Wildfires in Portugal killed at least 27 and injured dozens more, with an unconfirmed number still missing, officials said on Monday. In neighbouring Spain, at least four...

“Dirty Dozen” – 12 Common Foods We Need to Buy Organic Only

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“Dirty Dozen” – 12 Common Foods We Need to Buy Organic Only There are certain key foods that are more important to buy organically grown because some crops are more heavily treated than others. Every...

At least two people dead, 14 injured in Toronto shooting

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At least two people dead, 14 injured in Toronto shooting   Toronto Councillor Paula Fletcher told Canadian media she heard that the gunman was emotionally disturbed. Police are seen near the scene of a mass shooting in...

Yulia Skripal says recovery from poisoning ‘slow, painful’

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Yulia Skripal says recovery from poisoning 'slow, painful'   The daughter of ex Russian spy Sergei Skripal, has appeared on camera since the pair were found slumped on a bench in Salisbury, UK. The incident is...

King Felipe: Catalan authorities have ‘scorned’ all Spaniards with referendum

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King Felipe: Catalan authorities have 'scorned' all Spaniards with referendum Sam Jones   Spanish monarch uses strongly worded television address to chastise Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, for attempting to break the ‘unity of Spain’. King Felipe of Spain...

Armenian parliament to elect new PM on May 1

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Armenian parliament to elect new PM on May 1   The press office of the Armenian parliament says it has scheduled a session to vote for a new prime minister next week. Opposition supporters protest against the...

5 Self Improvement Tips You Need to Try to Live Your Best Life

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5 Self Improvement Tips You Need to Try to Live Your Best Life by Dale Harris   According to a recent study, a shockingly sad 85% of people say they suffer from a lack of self-confidence. To make...

Why do Greeks fear Tuesday the 13th so much?

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Why do Greeks fear Tuesday the 13th so much?   Rooted in history and superstition While many Western countries have marked down Friday the 13th on the calendar as the most ominous day of the year, the...

Defying Madrid, Catalonia continues preparing for independence referendum

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Defying Madrid, Catalonia continues preparing for independence referendum   Spanish police have orders to prevent preparations for the ballot, while anybody collaborating in its organization is also legally liable. Tension is mounting between Catalan and Spain's national...

IKEA takes first step into gig economy by acquiring TaskRabbit

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IKEA takes first step into gig economy by acquiring TaskRabbit By Luján Scarpinelli    Swedish furniture company IKEA has bought US start-up TaskRabbit, broadening the services it provides to its customers. On September 28, the Swedish home goods...

Meryl Streep and Judi Dench join condemnation of Harvey Weinstein

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Meryl Streep and Judi Dench join condemnation of Harvey Weinstein Gwilym Mumford   Stars castigates film producer, who is facing sexual harassment allegations and has been sacked by the company he created. Meryl Streep and Judi Dench have...

Children’s future uncertain after immigration bill vote postponed

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Children's future uncertain after immigration bill vote postponed   House Republican leaders postponed the Friday vote on GOP immigration legislation. Despite Trump's order to stop children from being separated from their families, it remained unclear how...

Venezuela heading for dictatorship after ‘sham’ election, warns US amid clashes

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Venezuela heading for dictatorship after 'sham' election, warns US amid clashes Sibylla Brodzinsky and agencies Up ti 14 feared dead in clashes with security forces as many voters boycott poll that President Nicolás Maduro hails...

Mongolian reindeer herders’ way of life under threat

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Mongolian reindeer herders' way of life under threat   In the vast and wild forests of northern Mongolia, a centuries-old way of life is migrating closer to modernity. One of the world's last nomadic reindeer people near...

Rehab center in Turkey prepares addicts for life after drugs

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Rehab center in Turkey prepares addicts for life after drugs   The Oya Bahadir Yuksel Rehabilitation Centre in Turkey's southeastern province of Gaziantep not only provides teenage addicts with treatment, but also offers them accommodation, education,...

Mystery surrounding ancient Easter Island people deepens

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Mystery surrounding ancient Easter Island people deepens Will Dunham   WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The massive brooding stone figures peering from Easter Island’s hillsides are emblematic of the enigmatic people who once thrived on the dot of land...

Climate change threatens ‘Himalayan Viagra’ fungus, and a way of life

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Climate change threatens ‘Himalayan Viagra’ fungus, and a way of life   Valuable fungus, prized as a reputed aphrodisiac, is disappearing due to warming temperatures, reports Climate Home. A Himalayan fungus used in Chinese medicine, which underpins...

Greece acts against Russian diplomats over ‘security breach’

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Greece acts against Russian diplomats over 'security breach'   Spokesperson for the Russian foreign ministry says, "Tit-for-tat measures will be taken, as is always the case in such situations." Greek diplomatic sources allege the Russian envoys...

Why Easter lands on a different date every year — and how you can...

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Why Easter lands on a different date every year — and how you can work out when it will be Lindsay Dodgson   Easter falls on a different date every year. This is because it is...

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