The Iranian opposition fighters who mustn't think about sex

Some ex-members of the 'cult-like' MEK have quit - and are now stranded in Albania.
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The Bacterial Surprise in This Bird’s Smell

The bacteria in a bird's microbiome seems to play an important role in the odoriferous messages it sends to other birds.
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Political Cartoons

Political cartoons on Trump, impeachment, Democrats, the economy, health care and more from USA TODAY Network.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Play crossword or enjoy more puzzles from USA TODAY here.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Gateshead 1-2 Oldham Athletic: Jonny Smith goal helps League Two side progress

Jonny Smith's late strike puts Oldham into the FA Cup second round, after Gateshead give them a scare in a 2-1 win.
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Father of Atatiana Jefferson, Texas Woman Killed by Police in Her Own Home, Dies of Heart Attack

The father of Atatiana Jefferson, the Black Texas woman who was fatally shot by a Fort Worth police officer in her own home last month, has died. Family spokesman Bruce Carter told the Dallas Morning News that 58-year-old Marquis Jefferson suffered a heart attack and passed away Saturday (Nov. 9) at a Dallas area hospital, not even a full month after his daughter was murdered. “Less than a month ago, he was working at El Centro, mentoring kids twice a week,” Carter said. “He just couldn’t get ba...
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Jerusalem's 'love neighbourhood': a refuge for star-crossed Palestinians

A bureaucratic loophole has left Kafr Aqab as a district where Palestinians can keep a foot in both Jerusalem and the West Bank – and be with their loved onesFor some Palestinian sweethearts, there’s only one place to live.It’s an unremarkable suburb, crisscrossed by thin muddy streets and dotted with high-rise apartment blocks that cling to the steep hills on the outskirts of Jerusalem. Continue reading...
Tags: Relationships, Israel, Jerusalem, World news, Cities, Middle East and North Africa, Palestinian territories, West Bank, Kafr Aqab

How the megacities of Europe stole a continent’s wealth

While hi-tech cosmopolitan centres like Milan flourish financially and culturally, former industrial towns continue to declineNight-time haunts go in and out of fashion, but the Bar Basso in Milan, which opened in 1967, remains one of the city’s most venerable social institutions. Embodying a very Milanese combination of stylish prosperity and tasteful design, it is a favourite destination for the area’s creative elite and the discreetly wealthy.Tucked away in a corner, Pierluigi Dialuce is expl...
Tags: Europe, Politics, Milan, Protest, World news, Cities, Italy, Urbanisation, Bar Basso, Pierluigi Dialuce

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