2 men wrongly convicted of the assassination of Malcolm X are cleared

Two men who served decades in prison for the 1965 assassination of civil rights icon Malcolm X were officially canceled on Thursday. But only one of them, Muhammad Aziz, was in the New York City courtroom to hear a judge announce his exoneration – and finally see the long-delayed justice. …

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Can you name the Man Utd XL of Roy Keane’s last game in 2005?

On September 18, 2005, Roy Keane made his 480th and final appearance for Manchester United in a 0-0 draw against Liverpool. Keane led the United squad to Anfield but had to be replaced by Ryan Giggs in the 88th minute after suffering an injury. During his absence, the midfielder criticized …

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Poll: Are you planning to do your own iPhone repairs now?

Apple made a big announcement on Wednesday in which the company revealed that, for the first time, it will offer iPhone spare parts to users interested in DIY repairs. The “Self Service Repair” program will first be launched in the United States in early 2022, but 9to5Mac wants to know …

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University of Toronto graduate uses fantasy genre to pursue real-life change

It is by fantasy that Marquela Nunes found an outlet for activism in the real world. The future University of Toronto graduate Scarborough used the book genre – characterized by elements such as magic and epic characters – to create a safe space to unbox and rewrite history so that …

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Biden-Xi meeting left big question unanswered, analyst says

The flags of the United States and China stand behind a microphone at the United States Embassy in Beijing on April 9, 2009. Frédéric J. Brown | AFP | Getty Images The United States and China have just emerged from a high-profile meeting between their two leaders, with both sides …

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New online game educates teens about the dangers of vaping

With the help of a Stanford scientist, a Southern California school district released a free gaming app called BeatNic Boulevard to teach kids and teens about the dangers of vaping. “Vaping devices are marketed in a way that appeals to teenagers,” said Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD, professor of pediatrics at Stanford …

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More than 700 candidates register for legislative elections in Libya

Some 721 candidates have registered for the December 24 legislative elections in Libya, according to a statement from the country’s electoral authority. The list appears in a daily report published by the commission on its Facebook page regarding the registration process, which will continue until November 22. Early Tuesday, coup …

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Beto O’Rourke announces his bid for governor of Texas, testing Democrats’ strength

HOUSTON – Beto O’Rourke entered the Texas gubernatorial race on Monday, challenging an ultra-conservative and well-funded two-term Republican nominee in a long-running bid to win a post the Democrats last held in 1995 . Mr. O’Rourke’s arrival immediately set the stage for a political showdown next November over the future …

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Macron welcomes leaders to keep polls in Libya

Published on: 12/11/2021 – 02:58 Paris (AFP) – French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting leaders and diplomats in Paris on Friday for an international conference aimed at ensuring Libya sticks to its plan to hold elections in December and turn a new page in its history. The oil-rich North African …

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8 apps you can use to study geography on your iPhone

Geography is a fascinating subject that covers places and people’s relationships with them. If you are interested in the environment, landscapes and societies throughout history then you will love geography. And you can learn even more about it with the right iPhone apps. Geography apps help you learn more about …

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