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Do you call this a life?

An important new book chronicles the development of euthanasia in the Netherlands
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Michele Ferrero: The legacy of a sweet legend

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Exodus: Gods and Kings

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Librarian: The Internet doesn’t harm the good student, but it make the poor student worse

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