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A Greek Politician Willing to Face the People/NYT

Still, politics in patriarchal Greece can be tough on women. Last year, the vice president of the government, Evangelos Venizelos, told a female member of Parliament that “she should be pregnant.”
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Relationship and cliques between UN member countries based on how they have voted

"A chart based on how similar UN member countries voted in the UN General Assembly resolutions. UN member countries' representatives meet multiple times a year to vote on global issues such as the cr συνέχεια..

‘What We’d Done In Iraq Had Been Fairly Useless’ – ex-Reuters Bureau Chief In Iraq (Reuters)

"Τhe debate is framed in a way that it delegitimizes opposing viewpoints ... there is a certain discourse that becomes normalized, in which certain views are acceptable & others not" συνέχεια..

“Philosophical Superficiality” Has Harmed Physics

"..theoretical physics has not done great in the last decades. Why? Well, one of the reasons, I think, is that it got trapped in a wrong philosophy: the idea that you can make progress by guessing ne συνέχεια..

How mistakes can save lives: one man’s mission to revolutionise the NHS | New Statesman

After the death of his wife following a minor operation, airline pilot Martin Bromiley set out to change the way medicine is practised in the UK – by using his knowledge of plane crashes. συνέχεια..

Bad Tattoo Baffles Japanese Soccer Fans (Ashcraft / Kotaku)

"This isn't the first time Japan has noticed Gekas' tattoo. The same thing happened in 2010, during the last World Cup. Maybe the country will notice it again during the next one, too!" [Ouch!] συνέχεια..