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Cannes Review: In Pain and Glory, Life and Art Are Wistful Bedfellows  slantmagazinePedro Almodóvar's latest only occasionally captures the spry, comedic rhythms and impassioned intensity of his finest work.
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Ann Yesler: a forgotten victim of intimate partner violence  Stuff.co.nzAnn Yesler was stabbed to death in her Auckland home in 2005. Her husband claimed he had no intention, or recollection, of killing her. This is their story, told ...
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'Anybody awkward was put somewhere. Ireland was closed, defensive, xenophobic'  The Irish TimesTen years ago, Seán Ryan's definitive report shed light on some of Ireland's darkest secrets.
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21 Things No One Ever Tells You About Anxiety  BustleThere's no need to sugarcoat it: Dealing with an anxiety disorder can be downright confusing, whether you were recently diagnosed with one, or you've been ...
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Digital Medicine: Digital health, plus evidence, plus humility - AEI  American Enterprise InstituteView related *content*: Health Care. After breathlessly ascending the peak of inflated expectations, and careening down through the trough of despair, digital ...
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Queen Elizabeth II attends yet another wedding at Windsor  Yahoo NewsLONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II and other royal family members have gathered at St George's chapel in Windsor for the wedding of the daughter of the ...
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Cannes Review: Joan of Arc Never Coalesces into a Fully Rounded Character Study  slantmagazineBruno Dumont seems perpetually aware of the trap of familiarity, which may be why he indulges in some of his most inscrutable filmmaking.
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Why Are So Many Pakistani Girls Committing Suicide?  The Leaders NewsDraped in a red plaid scarf worn loosely around her head, 21-year-old Aasia* has just been shifted to the ward after five days in intensive care. Her skin looks ...
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The day Muhammad Ali shocked the world from South Beach  Driscoll RegisterMuhammad Ali “shook up the world” 55 years ago in Miami Beach. The 22-year-old underdog, still known as Cassius Clay, shocked heavyweight champion ...
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Institutional child abuse down to church and State hand in glove  The Irish TimesTen years ago, Seán Ryan's definitive report shed light on some of Ireland's darkest secrets.

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