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Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Conductor and Early-Music Specialist, Dies at 86 - The New York Times

Harnoncourt, who was also a cellist, founded the period-instrument ensemble Concentus Musicus Wien and worked regularly with many of Europe’s major orchestras.

Jordan Peele, Half of 'Key & Peele,' Imagines Comedies Like Scary Movies

Jordan Peele, Half of 'Key & Peele,' Imagines Comedies Like Scary Movies

Comedy duo Key & Peele hit the big screen for a funny debut. Read on to see if our movie critic thinks it’s the cat’s meow or less than purr-fect.

Solución para derrotar al terrorismo.

Solución para derrotar al terrorismo.

According to a new report from Bioversity International, 940 cultivated species are already ...

A new study projects that by climate change could reduce the amount of ground usable to grow coffee in Latin America by up to 88 percent. Bees play a key role in increasing coffee yields.

Crushing repression of Eritrea's citizens is driving them into migrant boats | Global development | The Guardian

Teenage Eritrean migrants fleeing their country’s harsh compulsory recruitment policy rest in Ethiopia after crossing the border.

As an 18-Year-Old Reproductive Rights Activist, I Support Hillary

As An 18-Year-Old Reproductive Rights Activist, I Support Hillary

As Republicans push to gut Medicaid, the safety net program's new administrator quickly made clear that parts of the "punitive" plan she crafted for Indiana's Medicaid recipients are what she hopes other states will replicate.

NPR Exposes The Lies In Fox's Disinformation Campaign About State Medicaid Expansion

One Sentence Summary: In the article "Anti-Muslim rhetoric isn't brave" (2015), Fareed Zakaria, a syndicated columnist, argues that " Individuals should be judged as individuals and not placed under suspicion for some “group characteristic.” It is dehumanizing and un-American to do otherwise" which would eliminate stereotypical and demeaning claims that stimulate the ostracization of these groups in society.

Anti-Muslim rhetoric isn’t brave

One Sentence Summary: In the article "Anti-Muslim rhetoric isn't brave" (2015), Fareed Zakaria, a syndicated columnist, argues that " Individuals should be judged as individuals and not placed under suspicion for some “group characteristic.” It is dehumanizing and un-American to do otherwise" which would eliminate stereotypical and demeaning claims that stimulate the ostracization of these groups in society.

Young people flee Eritrea as ‘open-ended’ national service, soaring food prices and poor job prospects bite, reports UNHCR

Number of Eritreans seeking asylum in Europe triple this year

An Eritrean asylum seeker working at a sawmill in Einsiedeln Abbey, Switzerland, where 30 Eritreans have been given refuge.

Eritrea's Daniel Teklehaimanot

'Next wave of riders is even better' – Eritrean cycling preparing to peak

Africa’s ‘Little Rome’, the Eritrean city frozen in time by war and secrecy

Британия уходит из ЕС спасаясь от мигрантов http://joinfo.ua/inworld/1188473_Britaniya-uhodit-ES-spasayas-migrantov.html

Британия уходит из ЕС спасаясь от мигрантов

Британия уходит из ЕС спасаясь от мигрантов http://joinfo.ua/inworld/1188473_Britaniya-uhodit-ES-spasayas-migrantov.html

Kraig Moss, who entertained Trump supporters at rallies, opposes a plan that targets funding for addiction services.

‘Trump Troubadour,’ who attended 45 Trump rallies to honor his late son, feels ‘betrayed’ because of health care

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Special-Needs Teacher Goes Viral With His Unconventional Tactics

Special Needs Teacher Calls His Students Up One By One. Then He Tells the Whole Class to Listen

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