The Mystery Of The Havana Embassy Edition

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Posted on February 15, 2018

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Another ‘Unspeakable Tragedy’ At A US School Leaves 17 Dead In Florida | CNN

Trudeau Promises To Reform How Juries Are Selected, Pays Tribute To Colten Boushie’s Family ~ Liberals have been pressed to look at peremptory challenges | Huffington Post

Oprah On Golden Globes Hype: ‘I Was Just Trying To Give A Good Speech’ | Politico

The Sound And The Fury: Inside The Mystery Of The Havana Embassy ~ More than a year after American diplomats began to suffer strange, concussion-like symptoms in Cuba, a US investigation is no closer to determining how they were hurt or by whom, and the FBI and CIA are at odds over the case | ProPublica

He Predicted The 2016 Fake News Crisis. Now He’s Worried About An Information Apocalypse ~ “What happens when anyone can make it appear as if anything has happened, regardless of whether or not it did?” technologist Aviv Ovadya warns | Buzzfeed

100 Premiers Jours De Valérie Plante: Un Début De Mandat Entaché Par La Hausse De Taxes | La Presse

The ‘Shark Tank’ Investors Share Their Top Advice On Bitcoin | CNBC

Québec Propose De Clarifier Les Règles Sur Le Cannabis En Milieu De Travail | CBC Radio

Wanted: A City To Host The 2026 Winter Olympics | TIME

TV Industry Abuzz About Ryan Murphy’s Netflix Deal And Fallout For Disney, Fox And FX | Variety

Extreme Weather Will Occur More Frequently Worldwide ~ And if countries do not meet the Paris climate agreement goals, the risks will be even greater | Scientific American

Tech Giants Are Creating Their Own Labels To Conquer China’s Digital Music Market | Forbes


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