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Slovakian shop believed to be a source of guns in two French terror attacks
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Suspected Colorado Springs gunman identified as Robert Lewis Dear.
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New shop sells therapeutic toys, clothing and tools for special-needs children
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Facebook is extending parental leave to four months paid time off for all employees.
Simran Sethi on her favorite kitchen essentials and the food trend she's totally over
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Demographic disaster: Asia's preference for boys led to upwards of 100 million missing women
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What a coming labor shortage in China means for Western brands like Levi's:
Brides are scarce in Haryana, home to one of India’s most skewed male-female sex ratios:
This Slovakia shop is believed to be the source of guns used in two of the French attacks
On a sleepy street in a Slovak town, a gun shop inadvertently became a source for jihadists…
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In Lokoja, #Nigeria, the world's fastest-growing city, the public schools are packed, their textbooks few, and teachers regularly strike. So many private schools have popped up in Lokoja that locals call them “mushroom schools.” The local education board complains it can’t count them all, because ma
Lokoja, Nigeria, the fastest-growing city on Earth, is a microcosm of fast-growing Africa:
Early morning commuter traffic in Lokoja, #Nigeria, the fastest growing city in the world. Lokoja’s metropolitan population of 473,000 is set to rise 78% in the next 10 years, the United Nations projects. What was once a fisherman's camp at the confluence of Nigeria’s two largest rivers is now a mic

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