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Sweepstakes Offers Viewers Chance to Win 'Your Turn to Get Exiled' Experience

...;By exposing its cast mates to different cultures, exiled helped introduce a new audience to global affairs ...sitively impact the world." "The Get exiled sweepstakes and our partnership with MTV is an opp...hange and cultural preservation. Working with exiled producers and MTV's Think Community , the UN Foun...

Mighty Conqueror Felled by Stomach Cancer

...was at least 10 centimeters [4 inches] long. Size alone suggests the lesion was cancer.” The conqueror of most of Europe, defeated at Waterloo and exiled to an island in the South Atlantic, had grown pale and lost 10 to 15 kilograms in the two months leading up to his death. He threw up blood, complaine...

A ‘Good Samaritan’ to the Aid of Lepes

...Guizhou and Tibet in the west. The disease used to be so feared in China that victims were burnt or buried alive. From the 1950s, sufferers were exiled to far-flung places so they would have no contact with the public. China stopped this in the 1980s but hundreds of leper colonies remain. ...

A Princely Assistance to the Nepal Heritage

...ruled Nepal from 1847 to 1933 and kept the Shah kings under their thumb. Though after a public revolt in 1950 ended the Rana rule and brought the exiled king Tribhuvan into power, half a century later, the Ranas are getting even with the Shah kings. The reconstruction will start next year with the...
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Napoleon's mysterious death unmasked, UT Southwestern researcher says

...nce in the late 1700s and early 1800s. He conquered much of Europe, but he was ultimately defeated at the battle of Waterloo in 1815. The British then exiled him to St. Helena, an island in the South Atlantic Ocean. He died May 5, 1821. The cause of his death has been highly scrutinized over the y...
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TED Conferences Announces 25 TED Fellows for TEDGlobal in Oxford

...ion building sustainable villages in the DRC Zoya Phan (Burma/UK) -- exiled Burmese human-rights activist; author Seth Raphael (US) -- High-tech... an interdisciplinary team of innovators Nuhu Ribadu (Nigeria/UK) -- exiled Nigerian anti-corruption pioneer; lawyer Fred Swaniker (Ghana/South ...
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