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31May/170

Court Files Raise Question: Was Dylann Roof Competent to Defend Himself? – The New York Times

Source: Court Files Raise Question: Was Dylann Roof Competent to Defend Himself? - The New York Times

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29May/170

John F. Kennedy: An Idealist Without Illusions – The New York Times

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29May/170

The Genocide of Brazil’s Indians – The New York Times

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29May/170

Trudeau asks Pope Francis to apologise for schools – BBC News

He wants an apology for the Church's role in a school system where indigenous children were abused.

Source: Trudeau asks Pope Francis to apologise for schools - BBC News

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28May/170

Tomgram: Engelhardt, Thank You, Donald | TomDispatch

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Source: Tomgram: Engelhardt, Thank You, Donald | TomDispatch

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28May/170

How To Turn Hardware Acceleration On and Off Within Chrome

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27May/170

The Problem Isn’t Food Stamps, It’s Poverty – The New York Times

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25May/170

Torture and abuse through the eyes of Arkady | Toronto Star

Bound. Tortured. Killed. Iraqi photographer risks his life to bring dark side of Mosul's liberation to light. Warning: disturbing content.

Source: Torture and abuse through the eyes of Arkady | Toronto Star

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21May/170

André Alexis’s Giller-winning novel throws philosophy to the dogs | National Post

André Alexis, on the problem of art confronted with order, in the wake of winning this year's $100,000 Scotiabank Giller prize for his novel, Fifteen Dogs

Source: André Alexis’s Giller-winning novel throws philosophy to the dogs | National Post

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20May/170

How close are we to creating artificial intelligence? | Aeon Essays

Source: How close are we to creating artificial intelligence? | Aeon Essays

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