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Weeping for my dear Mexico... #sismo ...Llorando por mi México querido

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Powerful Earthquake Strikes Mexico, Killing Over 100
MEXICO CITY — A powerful earthquake struck Mexico on Tuesday afternoon, toppling buildings, rattling the capital and sending people flooding into the streets for the second time in just two weeks. 503 more words


The Critics Must Be Crazy: Seth MacFarlane's 'The Orville' Captures The Spirit Of 'Star Trek'

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The reviews have landed, and the consensus is grim: TV critics don’t like Seth MacFarlane’s new sci-fi show, The Orville. The comedic homage to Star Trek from the creator of Family Guy debuts tonight on Fox, and frankly…the critics must be crazy. 1,202 more words

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Hellblade’s Design Captures The Trauma Of Loss

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Focusing on themes of grief and trauma, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice employs a number of level design and mechanical tricks to help players empathize with the main character’s struggle.

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NASA Captures image of Snowy Dunes on MARS

The NASA explains about the snow and ice on Mars by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera. The image captured on May 21, 2017… 438 more words

Toledo Spain, part 2...Toledo España, parte 2/ My condolences to Spain for the terror attacks perpetrated in Barcelona... Mis condolencias para España por los ataques terroristas perpetrados en Barcelona

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TOLEDO: “Like a Travel through History”
Toledo is one of the most important centers of european medieval history. The first one to report about it was Roman author Titus Livius, who describes it as a “small fortificated town”, and fortification has always been an important parameter in its history, still evident to today’s tourist for the monumental walls around, and the “Swords of Toledo” gave to its steel-production world-wide fame. 324 more words


Guatemala Arrests Five Over Shelter Blaze, Opposition Accuses President

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GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) – Guatemala arrested three human rights officials and two police officers on Monday for their alleged responsibility in the death of 41 girls who died in a blaze in a children’s shelter, the attorney general’s office said. 311 more words