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The Evolution of the Third World Concept and its Contemporary Relevance

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Dolphin Emulator Set to Revive GameCube and Wii Classics on Steam

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House of the Dragon Season 2: Fewer Episodes and War on the Horizon

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Beyoncé and Balmain Unveil “Renaissance Couture” Collection

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Wang Tuo’s Exhibition Examines Art and Resistance in China

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Louis Tomlinson: The Journey Through Adversity and Triumph in “All of Those Voices”

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Uncovering the Link between Climate Change and Technological Progress in Ancient Times

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Eleanor of Aquitaine’s Daughters and Daughters-in-Law: The Overlooked Female Network

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Megan Thee Stallion and Mariah Carey to Headline LA Pride 2023

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The Pod Generation: A Futuristic Fable Tackling Parenthood in a Techno-Dominated World

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S.H. Raza Retrospective at Centre Pompidou Honors Indian Modernist Master

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Love Is Blind Contestant Suggests Elden Ring-Inspired Baby Names

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Kelly Clarkson Announces New Post-Divorce Album: Chemistry

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Questlove to Direct Live-Action Remake of Disney Classic “The Aristocats”

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AI Art Exhibition Stirs Controversy and Intrigue at Gagosian Gallery

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ChatGPT: A Double-Edged Sword for the Academic Community

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The Dark Side of African Tourism: Overcrowding, Leakage, and Sustainability Concerns

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Iraq War 20 Years Later: Reflections on the Past and Present

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Adele Extends Las Vegas Residency and Announces Concert Film

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Microsoft Ends $1 Game Pass Trial Offer

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Grey’s Anatomy Renewed for Landmark 20th Season with New Showrunner

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Inside: A Cinematic Intersection of Art and Survival

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Ada Lovelace: The Unsung Heroine of Computer Science

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Hong Kong Cancels “Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey” Theatrical Release

The theatrical release of the low-budget slasher movie “Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey” in Hong Kong was abruptly canceled just two days before its scheduled release, with no explanation offered. Suspicions have been raised that the film may have crossed one of Hong Kong’s increasingly complicated political red lines, as the Winnie the Pooh […]

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Neil Young Criticizes Ticketmaster for Exploitative Ticket Prices

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Gaming with Disability: Celebrating Accessibility and Highlighting Ongoing Challenges

The world of gaming has come a long way in terms of accessibility for players with disabilities, but there is still much progress to be made. With an estimated 400 million gamers worldwide living with disabilities, it is imperative that the gaming industry continues to innovate and invest in making their hardware and software more […]

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Waco: A 30-Year Legacy of Tragedy and Controversy

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The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories and Misinformation: Understanding the Threat and Building Immunity

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Historical Echoes: Gilets Jaunes and Rising Tensions in France

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New Genetic Evidence Suggests Animal Origin for COVID-19

New genetic evidence from the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market in Wuhan, China, where COVID-19 cases first emerged in late 2019, supports the theory that the virus originated from animals. The findings were presented to an advisory group convened by the World Health Organization (WHO) earlier this month. Florence Débarre, an evolutionary biologist at the French […]

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