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Rare cigarette paintings up for auction – BBC News

Image copyright Imperial Tobacco The rare paintings, which formed the basis of the company’s advertising campaigns, have never been on public display, the auctioneer said. The Horizon building, which was built in 1972 at a cost of 14m, was one of the most modern factories of the time. Image copyright Imperial Tobacco The oil and watercolour paintings depicting children playing ...

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I Contracted Spinal Viral Meningitis After A Photoshoot In Swamp, And This Art Series Capture My Battle Against It

In October of 2015, I contracted Spinal Viral Meningitis. I caught this disease after photographing in a Louisiana swamp. I was not wearing any type of mosquito spray so there were around 200 bites over my body. Two days later, I fell ill. After two spinal taps, I was airvac-ed to Oschner’s Baton Rouge, then Oschner’s New Orleans and put ...

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There Is A Dark Secret In Trump’s Emails To Supporters

Look, America, I don’t really know the best way to say this … I have evidence that suggests our president may be an alcoholic. I’m not sure if it’s the constant abuse by the media or the stress of the job, but the symptoms are clear. Months of his emails to supporters clearly chronicle the descent of a once-sober man ...

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How Facebook allows users to post footage of children being bullied

Leaked guidelines on cruel and abusive posts also show how company judges who deserves our protection and who doesnt Facebook has only recently banned users from posting photos and images mocking people for having illnesses and other serious health conditions, the Guardian can reveal. The company said the policy had changed in recent months but declined to give details. Facebook ...

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General election 2017: The people behind the parties – BBC News

Image copyright Alamy He joined Conservative HQ as a part-time consultant at the beginning of 2012, stepping up his involvement before the 2015 general election. During that period, Labour claimed his background as a lobbyist for tobacco giant Philip Morris was influencing the government’s public health policies, which he denied. He was also criticised by some in the Conservative Party ...

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Iran: Hassan Rouhani wins landslide in huge victory for reformists

Reformist Rouhani wins second term with more than 23 million votes to Ebrahim Raisis 15.8 million The Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, has won a sweeping endorsement for efforts to end Irans international isolation and bring greater freedoms at home, with an unexpected landslide victory in a fiercely contested re-election bid. His powerful mandate protects the nuclear deal, which has been ...

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China’s ‘war on law’: victims’ wives tell US Congress of torture and trauma

Women whose husbands were targets of Communist party crackdown on human rights lawyers call for US sanctions The wives of some of the most prominent victims of a congressional hearing in Washington on Thursday, the women, whose husbands were among the key targets of a Communist party offensive against human rights lawyers, detailed the physical and psychological trauma inflicted by ...

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