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The fascinating story of Serbia's first transgender army major buff.ly/17KcGD6 pic.twitter.com/x2Mtfurzdw
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Tanzanian albinos, body parts valued in witchcraft, fear for safety after rally canceled— bit.ly/1FO7Bop pic.twitter.com/QbGD1L1W8D
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Demigod and child-eater? Satirical German video mocks Varoufakis buff.ly/1LZxKEQ pic.twitter.com/JnlZtFBUer
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Mysterious tunnel found in Toronto isn't for terrorists— bit.ly/1FO6t4a pic.twitter.com/S5z1mzfG60
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Naked Swiss woman roams a museum naked to 'become art'... Sounds legit buff.ly/17KcHGZ pic.twitter.com/q0LxsIOwnU
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Cover story: "Is Kim Jong Un the Last Bond Bad Guy?" bit.ly/1LI4TTm pic.twitter.com/evNHLv4VFa
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Ukip leader gives speech to near empty room at Washington DC conference buff.ly/1Gba67G pic.twitter.com/5bhAqqB81d
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Exclusive pictures from 1855 of Russia and U.K. at war in the Crimea gives glimpses of doom— bit.ly/1FNXWy8 pic.twitter.com/8tjPVfqve8
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New IKEA furniture is equipped with wireless pads so you can charge your phone without cables— bit.ly/1FNVzv3 pic.twitter.com/AX3Z8qAxWH
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What Boris Nemtsov said just hours before he was gunned down on Friday in central Moscow— bit.ly/1LVwqkj pic.twitter.com/Y32VyPI220
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Watch the history of jazz throuch Chuck Stewart's photography lens — bit.ly/1EaaalS pic.twitter.com/76o42KaHqB
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Swiss-Chinese ski school attracts droves of Chinese tourists to the Alpines— bit.ly/1Ea8o4q pic.twitter.com/wCPuClthpy
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November 1963: Newsweek investigates "the girl-who-has-everything"— bit.ly/1FNLpuw #NewsweekRewind pic.twitter.com/ZWW25JABc5
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Exiled in Abu Dhabi, Mohammed Dahlan dreams of Gaza— bit.ly/1FNL7Un pic.twitter.com/sGYRw96Qu1
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The first-ever study to describe the subjective effects of smoking salvia has been conducted bit.ly/1N5Fw1s pic.twitter.com/WwbdFedjRU
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Facebook wants to use its interface to stop suicide bit.ly/1wxO0JC pic.twitter.com/caAhhaEXiX
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Opinion: How Scott Walker got his head start bit.ly/1Dq7A7M pic.twitter.com/bXgKFtIpVP
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Kerry presses Iran case before Netanyahu speech bit.ly/1FKE7rn pic.twitter.com/oUFgejAZoM
The doubt-mongers trying to convince you that climate change isn't real, exposed bit.ly/1ECJIlF pic.twitter.com/shT8OZC3xI
Bad News For People Who Love Good News bit.ly/1LQAemT pic.twitter.com/Q02QrbeB4r
Even NASA is "puzzled" at the appearance of two strange lights on the dwarf planet Ceres bit.ly/1M0P8qG pic.twitter.com/BY20f7dkkm
Critics are divided on HTC's latest One M9 smartphone. Is it worth the hype?bit.ly/1AsxlC9 pic.twitter.com/VHwhuUnRTl
Remembering a time before the Assyrians had to flee the Islamic State. bit.ly/1LVxN2p pic.twitter.com/KzUVcGfFey