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Arrest warrant issued for Northwestern professor in Near North Side stabbing death

Arrest warrant issued for Northwestern professor in Near North Side stabbing death
Written by Brad Walters on 2017-08-02


A Northwestern University associate professor and a University of Oxford employee are wanted in connection with the stabbing death of a man in a Near North Side apartment, according to public records.   A Cook County judge issued arrest warrants Monday charging Wyndham Lathem, 42, and Andrew Warren, 56, with first-degree murder in the death of 26-year-old Trenton Cornell-Duranleau last...(Read More)

Ancient DNA Reveals Genetic History Of Early European Civilizations

Ancient DNA Reveals Genetic History Of Early European Civilizations
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-08-02


DNA samples from thousands of years ago show the Ancient Greeks descended from two even more distant peoples, solving a genetic mystery that had scientists scratching their heads for years.Although the Greeks are a famous ancient civilization, they were following in the footsteps of two other groups known as the Minoans and the Mycenaeans who lived around the Aegean Sea, the embayment in the northeastern...(Read More)

Replacing coca

Replacing coca
Written by BBC on 2017-08-14


In the remote region of Putumayo in southern Colombia, the economy depends almost entirely on one thing: coca, the raw ingredient for cocaine. From the stores that sell fertiliser and pesticides, to the ubiquitous pool halls where "raspachines" (field hands who harvest the coca leaves) come to spend their modest earnings on cold beer and fried empanadas, it all comes back to one plant. Colombia's...(Read More)

Arrivederci, Mooch - The story of Anthony Scaramucci

Arrivederci, Mooch - The story of Anthony Scaramucci
Written by BBC on 2017-08-04


Anthony Scaramucci was the shortest-serving White House communications director in history. What went wrong?In the end, the Mooch got stabbed in the back.Before even the late-night comedians could hone their impressions of the fast-talking, "front-stabbing" man from Long Island, before even his official start date as White House director of communications, Anthony Scaramucci felt the knife go in.John...(Read More)

Celebration and conflict

Celebration and conflict
Written by BBC on 2017-08-03


A selection of the best photos from across Africa and of Africans elsewhere in the world this week. The annual Carthage international music festival was under way in Tunisia with this performance featuring groups from Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria on Monday.Meanwhile, Ivory Coast has been playing host to the Francophone Games, which focus on culture and art - as well as sport. Here Debe Blaise of...(Read More)

Feather in the cap

Feather in the cap
Written by BBC on 2017-08-06


In a former shop wedged among the candy-coloured buildings of St John's, artisans armed with glue guns and wire, sequins and scissors, are at work to the beat of an infectious soca rhythm.Haughty-looking mannequins bear the fruits of their labour, a kaleidoscopic array of costumes ready to transform the streets of Antigua's capital into a vibrant spectacle during August's Carnival parades.Every year,...(Read More)

'Package for outrage'
Written by BBC on 2017-08-11


An Australian writer stirred anger with a controversial Facebook post about Anzac Day in April. Months later, the saga continues to provoke a much wider discussion, writes Kathy Marks in Sydney.She is, by her own definition, "the perfect package for outrage" - a young, brown-skinned, feminist Muslim with outspoken opinions and the self-confidence to articulate them. Even so, Yassmin Abdel-Magied...(Read More)

Up in smoke

Up in smoke
Written by BBC on 2017-08-08


Omg yes @laeedwards looking fabulous with big David Cameron 😂 while Lucy wearing our @jeremy_corbynmp custom coat 💜💞🔥 #isolatedheroesA post shared by isolatedheroes (@isolatedheroes) on Aug 6, 2017 at 4:49pm PDTEnd of Instagram post by isolatedheroesIt is a struggle many former smokers experience.Have a few drinks and, before you know it, you're puffing away again.Now it seems ex-Prime...(Read More)

Me and my scar: It took me 45 years to love my body

Me and my scar: It took me 45 years to love my body
Written by BBC on 2017-08-14


Sylvia Mac has spent most of her life trying to conceal the extensive scars which cover her body - the legacy of a childhood accident. Here she explains why, at the age of 48, she decided it was time to stop hiding and come out into the open. There's not actually any part of my body apart from my face that is normal.My burns start from the top of my neck all the way down to the top of my bottom,...(Read More)


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