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Why Russia is afraid of Jehovah’s Witnesses

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Every sperm is scarce…

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UK to make it a snap to switch gender

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The latest figures.
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After reading the report to the government of Victoria, you realise that there can be no safe suicide
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Digital media have many positives for kids

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