11 Of The Most Tragic Celebrity Deaths In Recent History

From the unexpected deaths of legendary comedian Robin Williams and "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman to the still-mysterious demise of Brittany Murphy, these are the most infamous deaths in recent Hollywood history. The post 11 Of The Most Tragic Celebrity Deaths In Recent History appeared first on All That's Interesting.

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In 1861, the NYT Blasted ‘The Woman King’s’ Barbaric Society and Rituals; 162 Years Later, NYT Sings Their Praises

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Tears streamed down the faces of those present as Dagba “Lali” Eulalie belted out a song in her native tongue. Lali had just recounted the story of her grandmother’s abduction by slave traders. The song served as a remembrance for Lali, a remembrance of her late grandmother and the crimes committed against her. “When they scream at you, you have to follow them immediately. And when they get angry at you, they just kill you,” Lali said of the slavers who took her Nigerian grandmother. “She was a teenager. She went with many people to fetch water. She wasn’t the…

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Did Ancient Greeks and Romans Really Believe in the Gods?

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Adherents of monotheistic religions often find it hard to take ancient polytheistic religions seriously. Although we are grateful to Greece and Rome for bequeathing to us the literature and art that their religions helped to inspire, it seems to us that the Greeks and Romans had too many gods, and that their gods were too much like mortals to be taken seriously. We find it hard to swallow the idea that intelligent Romans could have believed in gods who were unconstrained by human moral codes, and who spent most of their endless lives sitting on top of Mt. Olympus, drinking…

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The Crimes Of Pearl Fernandez, The California Mom Who Openly Abused Her Son For Months Before Killing Him

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In May 2013, Pearl Fernandez brutally murdered her son Gabriel Fernandez with help from her boyfriend Isauro Aguirre in their California home. The post The Crimes Of Pearl Fernandez, The California Mom Who Openly Abused Her Son For Months Before Killing Him appeared first on All That's Interesting.

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Inside The Murder Of Ryan Poston By His Girlfriend — And Her Bizarre Behavior In Front Of Police

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Ryan Poston was a promising young attorney from Kentucky with an obsessive girlfriend named Shayna Hubers — and on October 12, 2012, she shot him dead. The post Inside The Murder Of Ryan Poston By His Girlfriend — And Her Bizarre Behavior In Front Of Police appeared first on All That's Interesting.

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Peter Burnett: History tells that protectionism does not work

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For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video In an interview with CGTN anchor Xu Qinduo, Peter Burnett, Chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, said that the populist narrative has led to the rise of protectionism, but history proves that this doesn't work. The Corn Laws introduced in the United Kingdom, which served the interests of protectionists, had led to famine, poverty and even insurrection. It was not until the laws were repealed that people started to focus on production and the industrial revolution began. History has taught us that protectionism does not work. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download…

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