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Tamino Channels Voices From His Arabic Heritage Into His Own Eccentric Sound

Belgian-Egyptian singer Tamino comes from a long line of musicians and is creating an impressive career of his own by melding together his vocal style with Arab musical theory.

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Ride a White Horse The Sven Libaek Orchestra
Baby I'm a Queen Sofi Tukker
DNA Akira Kosemura
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Part II Desire

Japan's Hayabusa2, seen in this illustration, has been probing the asteroid Ryugu since 2018. The spacecraft is collecting samples that will be returned to Earth. JAXA/Akihiro Ikeshita hide caption

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Japan (Very Carefully) Drops Plastic Explosives Onto An Asteroid

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Tamino Channels Voices From His Arabic Heritage Into His Own Eccentric Sound

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Rohingya Settle In For The Long Haul, Even As Bangladesh Wants Refugees To Go Home

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Spark Niklas Paschburg
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Insys Therapeutics founder John Kapoor (center) departs federal court in Boston in January. The criminal trial of Kapoor and four other executives from the company wrapped up on Friday. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Criminal Trial Of Opioid-Peddling Drug Company Execs Goes To The Jury

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With Facebook Ban On White Extremism, International Norms Apply To U.S.

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