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Environmentalists Warn Of Mediterranean Pollution From Lebanon Land Reclamation

A land reclamation project that uses vast amounts of garbage extends hundreds of feet into the sea. "We are fishing plastic," says a fisherman. The country has long struggled to manage its waste.

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President Trump's Slur Is An Insult To America, Too

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A Day for the Hunter, A Day for the Prey Leyla McCalla
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Peace Behind the Bridge The Carolina Chocolate Drops
Luv Letter DJ Okawari
Salsa Pilón ¡Cubanismo!

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Instagram And Shopify: How Businesses Are Targeting Your Feed

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Any Colour You Like Pink Floyd
Behind the World Balmorhea
Masollan Balmorhea
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Environmentalists Warn Of Mediterranean Pollution From Lebanon Land Reclamation

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Escape Artist Zoe Keating

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CIA Calendar Art Offers A Glimpse Into The World Of Spies

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Canoe Canoa Populous
She Just Likes To Fight Four Tet
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Reproductive Freedom Lies Just Outside The U.S. Border In 'Red Clocks'

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Transportation Julia Kent
Arlanda Julia Kent

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