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Saturday September 21st, 2019 night edition

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This makes it the oldest piece of jewelry ever discovered, and archeologists have been taken aback by the level of its sophistication.

We know that the Denisovans migrated out of Africa sometime after the first wave of Homo erectus, and well before us, Homo sapiens.

Strangely, however, DNA evidence also suggests that, at some point, the Denisovans must have interbred with an as yet unknown and undiscovered species of humans beings.

Amazingly, the skill involved in making this adornment shows a level of technique at least 30,000 years ahead of its time.

Indeed, originally, they believed that the bracelet had somehow become mixed up with materials dating from a later period.

In bright sunlight it reflects the sun rays, at night by the fire it casts a deep shade of green.

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Trudeau again apologizes for wearing blackface, admitting privilege comes with ‘massive blind spot’

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Ultimately, Singh said, it would be up to Canadians to decide in this election whether Trudeau should continue as prime minister.

Trudeau acknowledged the images of him in blackface showed actions that were “racist” actions and that he now “deeply, deeply” regrets.

“I have always acknowledged that I come from a place of privilege, but I now need to acknowledge that comes with a massive blind spot,” he said. »

Jeffrey Epstein accuser: 'I was trafficked to Prince Andrew'

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Image: Prince Andrew and a 17-year-old Virginia Roberts at Ghislaine Maxwell's house in London in March 2001.

"I didn't know at that point that I was going to be trafficked to a prince.

Prince Andrew, 59, has been dogged by accusations of a lack of judgement about his links with Jeffrey Epstein, who was found hanged in his prison cell in New York on 10 August. »

The Christian converts who are setting fire to sacred Aboriginal objects

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Christian missionaries are causing a fresh wave of upset in outback Australia, promising to bring people back from the dead, and promoting the idea traditional Aboriginal culture is a type of devil worship.

burned sacred objects A preacher who has lived in the community says Aboriginal traditions are "all from the devil".

One of the women who helped organise the bonfire said the devil had caused disruption and violence in the community. »