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In 'Flee,' an Afghan refugee's tale in vivid animation

ABC News 03 Dec 2021
The documentary “Flee” uses animation to tell the true tale of a refugee's journey from Afghanistan to Denmark, vividly rendering a kind of story usually only filtered through blunter mediums like journalism and traditional documentary ... .
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In ‘Flee,’ an Afghan refugee’s tale in vivid animation

The Seattle Times 03 Dec 2021
The documentary “Flee” uses animation to tell the true tale of a refugee's journey from Afghanistan to Denmark, vividly rendering a kind of story usually only filtered through blunter mediums like journalism and traditional documentary ... .
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Letter to the editor: On prescriptions, something is rotten

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 21 Nov 2021
Ouch! ... So yes, Build Back Abysmally, you go talk to insurance and drug companies, because as that fun guy at parties, Hamlet, said, “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.”. James F. Cataldi. Moon. Support Local Journalism and help us continue covering the stories that matter to you and your community. Support Journalism Now > ... ....
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Shrivel Me Timbers: Henry VIII’s Salvaged Flagship Being Eaten Up By Acid

The Birmingham Times 17 Nov 2021
By Martin M Barillas. The Mary Rose, a 16th century warship preserved in the United Kingdom, has been under attack from an invisible entity ... Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen of the University of Copenhagen in Denmark is leading conservation efforts with the help of an international team and their findings are published in the journal Matter ... .
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The Latest: British PM to return to COP26 to urge action

Brattleboro Reformer 09 Nov 2021
GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — The Latest on the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow. ... Johnson, along with U.N ... Support our journalism. Subscribe today ... GLASGOW, Scotland — Denmark has come out on top, more or less, of a regular review tracking countries’ efforts to combat climate change ... But Denmark's performance was still only good enough for fourth place ... Rep.
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AlgoTherapeutix appoints Prof Jens Ellrich Chief Medical Officer

The Marshall News Messenger 08 Nov 2021
Jens Ellrich, MD, PhD, spent 18 years in basic and clinical pain research at University hospitals in Germany and Denmark with a track record of more than 85 publications in scientific journals with peer review ... of the Editorial Advisory Board of the European Journal of Pain.
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Meet 'Cold Bone': Newly-discovered dinosaur that was 13ft long, weighed up to a tonne and ...

The Daily Mail 05 Nov 2021
A newly-discovered species of dinosaur that reached 13 feet long, five foot tall and weighed up to a tonne was an ancestor of diplodocus, scientists have revealed ... MEET 'COLD BONE'. Issi saaneq ... An international team of palaeontologists from Brazil, Portugal, Germany and Denmark have detailed the species in a study published in the journal Diversity.
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Exploring a mechanism that helps plants cope with water shortages

Phys Dot Org 02 Nov 2021
Researchers at Tel Aviv University, under the leadership of Dr ... Researchers from the Tel Aviv University and the Weizmann Institute as well as from Switzerland, Germany, the US, and Denmark conducted the multi-stage study over six years. The article was published in the journal, Science Advances. Prof ... Prof ... 10.1126/sciadv.abf6069 Journal information.
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Gender Ideologues Dismiss Data on Dramatic Declines in Sperm Counts

The American Spectator 30 Oct 2021
Lead Author Dr. Chelsea M ... In a major study released in 2017 in the journal Human Reproduction Update, researchers from Israel, the United States, Denmark, Brazil, and Spain concluded that the total sperm count had fallen by 59.3 percent between 1971 and 2011 in Europe, North America, Australia, and New Zealand ... D ... USA News and Politics. .
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Global WAR-NING: Geoengineering Is Wrecking Our Planet and Humanity

GlobalResearch 30 Oct 2021
Nigel Harle, Vandalizing the Van Allen Belts, Earth Island Journal, Winter 1988-89, p.11 ... The Stanford Environmental Law Journal ... Portuguese American Journal ... Presently the US, Russia, Canada, Denmark and Norway are asserting rights to shipping lanes, informs the Wall Street Journal.
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Weekend Sports in Brief

Finger Lakes Times 25 Oct 2021
MLB. The St ... 14, a week after St. Louis lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers on a walk-off homer in the wild-card game ... NFL ... No ... 7 ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal. MALLORCA, Spain (AP) — Jeff Winther of Denmark closed with an even-par 70 for a one-shot victory in the Mallorca Golf Open, his first title on the European Tour ... .
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COVID could wreak havoc on gorillas, but they social distance better than we do

Mongabay 22 Oct 2021
“It is crucial to anticipate the potential impact of emergent diseases such as COVID-19 on the dynamics of small populations of endangered primates,” researchers write in a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports.
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Vikings traversed the Atlantic before Columbus

The Telegraph India 21 Oct 2021
Advertisement ... The Viking voyage represents multiple milestones for humankind ... “Much kudos should go to these northern Europeans for being the first human society to traverse the Atlantic,” said geoscientist Michael Dee of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, who led the study published in the journal Nature ... Norway, Sweden and Denmark ... .
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Scientists show Vikings crossed the Atlantic nearly 500 years before Columbus

Irish Independent 21 Oct 2021
The Viking voyage repre- sents multiple milestones for humankind ... “Much kudos should go to these northern Europeans for being the first human society to traverse the Atlantic,” said geoscientist Michael Dee of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, who led the study, published in the journal Nature ... Norway, Sweden and Denmark ... .
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Scientists date Viking village in Canada to nearly 500 years before Columbus’s first voyage of discovery across the Atlantic

Irish Independent 21 Oct 2021
The Viking voyage repre- sents multiple milestones for humankind ... “Much kudos should go to these northern Europeans for being the first human society to traverse the Atlantic,” said geoscientist Michael Dee of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, who led the study, published in the journal Nature ... Norway, Sweden and Denmark ... .

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