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Happening Around the World: Syria has accused Russia of participating in air strikes that have left at least 53 civilians dead. Russia has been an important ally to Syrian president al-Assad and has previously been reprimanded for their role in the continuation of the Syrian crisis. (BBC) Happening in the US: With accusations of sexual harassment […]

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iOS7 is kind of ugly and hard to download, but we’re stuck with it anyway. Embrace it! (Telegraph) Syria isn’t even pretending they don’t have chemical weapons anymore. (The Atlantic Wire) Julie Chen’s bosses are really, really sorry they pressured her to have plastic surgery that one time almost twenty years ago and she did. […]

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64-year-old Diana Nyad swam from Florida to Cuba without a shark cage. You can remember her today as you make the harsh walk from you bed to your class. (ABC) Retired NBA player Dennis Rodman is heading to Pyongyang for a visit to his “friend” Kim Jong Un. Basically, Rodman’s basketball skills could save the […]

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