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Most beneficial Electrically powered Blade for Slicing Bakery

Most beneficial Electrically powered Blade for Slicing Bakery Electronic kitchen knives make chopping snapshot most suitable a loaf of bread increasingly simple ahead of! For that commercial kitchen area, bakery slicers are practically nothing new. Major devices appear in bakeries throughout the world to show a whole scale loaf of ...

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Hungary Election Was Free but Not Entirely Fair, Observers Say

Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, center, in Budapest on Sunday with other Hungarian leaders after election results were announced. His party, Fidesz, secured more than 49 percent of the vote. Szilard Koszticsak/MTI, via Associated Press BUDAPEST, Hungary — One day after Viktor Orban and his governing Fidesz party and ...

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Criticized for Ignoring Violence in Myanmar, Zuckerberg Steps In

Last week, after frustrated activists from Myanmar sent an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive of Facebook, they got something unexpected: a reply. The activists, representing six civil society organizations, harshly criticized Mr. Zuckerberg in the letter, saying he had mischaracterized Facebook’s response to violence-inciting messages in Myanmar ...

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As Trump Seeks Way Out of Syria, New Attack Pulls Him Back In

BEIRUT, Lebanon — Days after President Trump said he wanted to pull the United States out of Syria, Syrian forces hit a suburb of Damascus with bombs that rescue workers said unleashed toxic gas. Within hours, images of dead families sprawled in their homes threatened to change Mr. Trump’s calculus ...

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The Shift: Facebook’s Other Critics: Its Viral Stars

Glenn Harvey For the past two years, Ryan Hamilton has been getting Facebook-famous. Mr. Hamilton, 28, manages a network of Facebook pages and makes viral videos for his “Hammy T.V.” channel — mostly lowbrow fare with titles like “Shocking Pit Bull Social Experiment” and “World’s Hottest Pepper on Girlfriend’s Thong” ...

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In Bukhara, 10,000 Jewish Graves but Just 150 Jews

BUKHARA, Uzbekistan — The ancient Silk Road city of Bukhara has two synagogues, a primary school that teaches Hebrew, a Jewish cultural association and a sprawling Jewish cemetery with more than 10,000 graves. What it lacks are Jews. 300 miles KAZAKHSTAN UZBEKISTAN Tashkent Bukhara TURKMEN. TAJIKISTAN Samarkand AFGHANISTAN IRAN By ...

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