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In her TED talk, Monica Lewinsky discussed the changes we have seen in verbal attacking others from 1995, to now. When she was 22, Lewinsky made a mistake that would affect her for the rest of her life. 469 more words

Slater and Gordon, Australian Law Firm, to Acquire Arm of Quindell of Britain by BRETT COLE

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By BRETT COLE

Slater and Gordon, the first law firm to list on a stock exchange, plans to buy the professional services unit of the British firm for about $947 million. 13 more words

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Slater and Gordon, Australian Law Firm, to Acquire Arm of Quindell of Britain by BRETT COLE

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By BRETT COLE

Slater and Gordon, the first law firm to list on a stock exchange, plans to buy the professional services unit of the British firm for about $947 million. 18 more words

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Russian Theater Director Fired for Offending Christians by NEIL MacFARQUHAR and SOPHIA KISHKOVSKY

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By NEIL MacFARQUHAR and SOPHIA KISHKOVSKY

The Culture Ministry said Boris Mezdrich had failed to mitigate an outcry among the Russian Orthodox Church who were offended by various aspects of the production of “Tannhauser.” 13 more words

Charles Hoyle Van Nuys

Turkey Moves to Close All Gates at Border With Syria by CEYLAN YEGINSU and KARAM SHOUMALI

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By CEYLAN YEGINSU and KARAM SHOUMALI

After maintaining an open-door policy through the four years of civil war in neighboring Syria, Turkey has begun shutting out refugees amid fears of a possible terrorist attack. 14 more words

Charles Hoyle Van Nuys

Woman Killed in Kabul Transformed From Pariah to Martyr by JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN

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By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN

Farkhunda has emerged as the rarest of Afghan figures: a female religious champion who ventured into a shrine to preach Islam and was felled by ignorant men. 14 more words

Charles Hoyle Van Nuys

Iran Backs Away From Key Detail in Nuclear Deal by DAVID E. SANGER and MICHAEL R. GORDON

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By DAVID E. SANGER and MICHAEL R. GORDON

With a negotiating deadline on Tuesday, Iranian officials have backed away from a critical element of a proposed nuclear agreement, saying they are no longer willing to ship their atomic fuel out of the country. 14 more words

Charles Hoyle Van Nuys