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Newsweek
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Where does the U.S. government keep confiscated animal parts? bit.ly/1vK44ay pic.twitter.com/s9wyhiueDF
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Remembering a time before the Assyrians had to flee the Islamic State. bit.ly/1LVxN2p pic.twitter.com/3dtBLUpt3Q
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An interview with Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, hours before he was shot in Moscow bit.ly/1LVwqkj pic.twitter.com/Kgoi5bCD2x
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U.S. authorities have seized a Picasso painting stolen back in 2001 bit.ly/1vKB2HW pic.twitter.com/uYNZsBcnCA
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Leonard Nimoy was Spock, but also seamlessly navigated comedy and drama. 10 notable roles bit.ly/1E2j7hh pic.twitter.com/1544nkeOii
Neil Gaiman and Daniel Handler duke it out in a literary duel in Brooklyn bit.ly/1BNMghx pic.twitter.com/ZOkde3x7m8
Ukraine's military has reported a significant decrease in fighting bit.ly/1JZvVKj pic.twitter.com/epwMcw5G5G
Photos: A moment of calm before the chaos, backstage at New York Fashion Week bit.ly/1E21HRZ pic.twitter.com/72I6U76y3t
How do you avoid pickpockets and bag snatchers while traveling? bit.ly/1DU280t pic.twitter.com/EmlHzKrU3X
Opinion: Working for a large bank should not be a get-out-of-jail-free card bit.ly/1Ca2st6 pic.twitter.com/avf8nKizzB
20 years ago this week, Newsweek published the wrongest column ever. bit.ly/1E0iK6P #NewsweekRewind pic.twitter.com/8LHAKpw4rE
Two literary forces -- Neil Gaiman and Daniel Handler -- duke it out in a wordsmith's duel bit.ly/1BNMghx pic.twitter.com/z2bYIZjFCP
Opinion: Putin and the rise of a villain straight from central casting bit.ly/1LX8OxG pic.twitter.com/GlwVomFkvb
U.S. ramps up arms deliveries ahead of Mosul offensive against #ISIS: bit.ly/1DUwFey pic.twitter.com/hqqI40BDVv
Facebook wants to use its interface to stop suicide bit.ly/1wxO0JC pic.twitter.com/7KeFH7Ek6a
U.S. authorities have seized a stolen Picasso painting bit.ly/1vKB2HW pic.twitter.com/Qy8oihoTdV
Warren Buffett seeks to invest in German companies: bit.ly/1LE27hZ pic.twitter.com/wTsU46ynWi
Michael Connelly On bringing Harry Bosch to the small screen: bit.ly/1LE0Ebx pic.twitter.com/FqmqCHc6HA
A Moscow march is set to mourn fallen Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov bit.ly/1BqwXcS pic.twitter.com/XZounmzTtx
Leonard Nimoy, who defined Star Trek's Spock, dies at 83 bit.ly/1LQYpSf pic.twitter.com/PcGRFEUCCj
Why do minorities in New York City continue to face so many misdemeanor arrests? bit.ly/1LWLCxN pic.twitter.com/4nCgW1LyrA
Where the U.S. government keeps confiscated animal parts bit.ly/1vK44ay pic.twitter.com/ToS8eehrrV
Ukraine's military reports a significant decrease in fighting bit.ly/1JZvVKj pic.twitter.com/yDHvc6qUnc
The city of Edmonton in Canada considers a new kind of commute: ice-skating to work. bit.ly/1LDa2fq pic.twitter.com/ctvPae28IK