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Oct 20

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Oct 19

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Oct 17

What does this look like? 
Would you believe it’s a drill bit designed for fracking and the bring pink color is for breast cancer?
Full story: How breast cancer research benefits from fracking and other abominations
Photo: Baker Hughes

What does this look like?

Would you believe it’s a drill bit designed for fracking and the bring pink color is for breast cancer?

Full story: How breast cancer research benefits from fracking and other abominations

Photo: Baker Hughes

(Source: theguardian.com)

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David Willis found himself locked in a branch of Waterstones bookshop for two hours last night. He posted to Instagram: 

This is me locked inside a Waterstones bookstore in London. I was upstairs for 15 minutes and came down to all the lights out and door locked. Been here over an hour now. Supposedly someone is on their way.

One Guardian reader, loosemore, replied: “Sounds like heaven”. 
Photo: davwillis/Instagram

David Willis found himself locked in a branch of Waterstones bookshop for two hours last night. He posted to Instagram: 

This is me locked inside a Waterstones bookstore in London. I was upstairs for 15 minutes and came down to all the lights out and door locked. Been here over an hour now. Supposedly someone is on their way.

One Guardian reader, loosemore, replied: “Sounds like heaven”. 

Photo: davwillis/Instagram

(Source: theguardian.com)

Oct 16

Bentley, the one-year old King Charles Spaniel belonging to Nina Pham, the first US nurse to contract Ebola, has captured the collective heart of the internet. 
Meanwhile, nurses across the nation worry about their health and safety. Their options? Complaining, sick days or walking out. 
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Photo: AP

Bentley, the one-year old King Charles Spaniel belonging to Nina Pham, the first US nurse to contract Ebola, has captured the collective heart of the internet. 

Meanwhile, nurses across the nation worry about their health and safety. Their options? Complaining, sick days or walking out. 

Read more»

Photo: AP

(Source: theguardian.com)

Oct 15

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Schoolchildren are amazed to see Batman from a skyscraper skydeck in Melbourne, Australia. Stuntman Chris Davies scaled the outside of the Eureka Tower along with Catwoman. Photo: Graham Denholm/Getty Images. 
More photo highlights of the day »

Schoolchildren are amazed to see Batman from a skyscraper skydeck in Melbourne, Australia. Stuntman Chris Davies scaled the outside of the Eureka Tower along with Catwoman. Photo: Graham Denholm/Getty Images. 

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Play to your audience, by Joe Berger and Pascal Wyse. More cartoons from the Guardian 

Play to your audience, by Joe Berger and Pascal Wyse. More cartoons from the Guardian 

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