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Abercrombie & Fitch ex-CEO accused of exploiting men for sex: An organised network recruited men for sex with Abercrombie & Fitch’s then-CEO - BBC investigation.
How Mike Jeffries used shirtless models to sell Abercrombie: The Californian Mike Jeffries had a clear vision when he took over - "We go after the cool kids."
Electoral politics begin to bite into Ukraine support: On both sides of the Atlantic, cracks are beginning to form in Western nations' support for Ukraine.
James Webb telescope makes 'JuMBO' discovery of planet-like objects in Orion: The new space observatory sees pairs of Jupiter-sized objects floating free between the stars.

Somali community in Ottawa rattled 1 month after fatal wedding shootings — and no arrests: Someone gives an interview next to a piece of colourful artwork.

Eight people were wounded — two fatally — in the Sept. 2 attack at an Ottawa convention centre. One month later, members of Ottawa's Somali community are uneasy with the pace of the investigation and comments from some public officials.

Body of 5-year-old boy who fell into Quebec's St. Maurice River found by divers: Police cars and truck parked in a residential area.

A search began shortly after 6 p.m. Sunday in the municipality of Grandes-Piles, located north of Shawinigan and approximately 185 kilometres northeast of Montreal. The boy's body was found by divers Monday around noon.

Q&A: A groundbreaker in N.L. health care, Sister Elizabeth Davis is about to make history at the Vatican: A smiling elderly woman wearing a red shirt.

Sister Elizabeth Davis has been a principal figure for decades in the Newfoundland and Labrador health-care system. The Roman Catholic nun is about to undertake a new adventure that is close to her original calling.

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Lise Meitner, the ‘Atomic Pioneer’ Who Never Won a Nobel Prize: Lise Meitner developed the theory of nuclear fission, the process that enabled the atomic bomb. But her identity — Jewish and a woman — barred her from sharing credit for the discovery, newly translated letters show.

A New Satellite Outshines Some of the Brightest Stars in the Sky: Astronomers warn that BlueWalker 3, a test spacecraft with a large array of antennas, could be the first of many larger satellites in low-Earth orbit that interfere with astronomical observations.

Bizarre Cancer Has Been Spreading Among Shellfish for Centuries, Studies Find: The cancer likely started off as an immune cell that mutated, multiplied and adapted to survive in the water.

James Webb Telescope Discovers Orion Nebula Enigmas That ‘Shouldn’t Exist’: In new, high-resolution imagery of the star-forming region, scientists spotted worlds that defied explanation, naming them Jupiter Mass Binary Objects.

A Nobel Prize Might Lower a Scientist’s Impact: A team of researchers at Stanford find that older scientists are less productive after winning major awards like the Nobel and the MacArthur Fellowship.

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The oldest known human art is also the oldest known human attempt to record Nature.  This painting is 34,000 years old and was found in the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave, which is the subject of Werner Herzog’s film: Cave of Forgotten Dreams. Herzog used a 3D camera to capture how the shapes of the walls were incorporated into the paintings.

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