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Talk-show host Oprah Winfrey interviewing cyclist Lance Armstrong during taping for the show "Oprah and Lance Armstrong: The Worldwide Exclusive" in Austin, Texas. The two-part episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter" will air nationally Thursday and Friday, Jan. 17-18, 2013. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Harpo Studios, Inc., George Burns)

Talk-show host Oprah Winfrey interviewing cyclist Lance Armstrong during taping for the show "Oprah and Lance Armstrong: The Worldwide Exclusive" in Austin, Texas. The two-part episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter" will air nationally Thursday and Friday, Jan. 17-18, 2013. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Harpo Studios, Inc., George Burns)
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16 Jul 2014 17:07:00
Protestors disperse color paint during a protest against the government, at central square, during an anti-government protest in Skopje on June 6, 2016, in a series of protests dubbed Colourful Revolution. Macedonia's president on June 6, 2016 said he was revoking all the controversial pardons he had granted in April to dozens of people implicated in a huge wiretapping scandal. President Gjorge Ivanov had on April 12 said he was halting probes into 56 Macedonians suspected of involvement in the scandal – a surprise decision that sparked international condemnation and angry street protests. (Photo by Robert Atanasovski/AFP Photo)

Protestors disperse color paint during a protest against the government, at central square, during an anti-government protest in Skopje on June 6, 2016, in a series of protests dubbed Colourful Revolution. Macedonia's president on June 6, 2016 said he was revoking all the controversial pardons he had granted in April to dozens of people implicated in a huge wiretapping scandal. President Gjorge Ivanov had on April 12 said he was halting probes into 56 Macedonians suspected of involvement in the scandal – a surprise decision that sparked international condemnation and angry street protests. (Photo by Robert Atanasovski/AFP Photo)
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08 Jun 2016 10:32:00
South Korean college students wearing masks hold up candles as they march after a rally calling for South Korean President Park Geun-hye to step down in Seoul, South Korea, Saturday, November 12, 2016. Hundreds of thousands of people flooded Seoul's streets on Saturday demanding the resignation of Park amid an explosive political scandal, in what may be South Korea's largest protest since it shook off dictatorship three decades ago. (Photo by Lee Jin-man/AP Photo)

South Korean college students wearing masks hold up candles as they march after a rally calling for South Korean President Park Geun-hye to step down in Seoul, South Korea, Saturday, November 12, 2016. Hundreds of thousands of people flooded Seoul's streets on Saturday demanding the resignation of Park amid an explosive political scandal, in what may be South Korea's largest protest since it shook off dictatorship three decades ago. (Photo by Lee Jin-man/AP Photo)
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13 Nov 2016 09:17:00
Protesters wearing masks perform during anti-austerity and anti-graft protests in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on January 11, 2013. More than 5,000 Slovenians gathered in the center of Ljubljana on Friday to protest against a corruption scandal that threatens to bring down the government. Slovenia's anti-corruption commission said earlier this week that Prime Minister Janez Jansa had been unable to explain the source of some of his income in recent years. (Photo by Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters /The Atlantic)

Protesters wearing masks perform during anti-austerity and anti-graft protests in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on January 11, 2013. More than 5,000 Slovenians gathered in the center of Ljubljana on Friday to protest against a corruption scandal that threatens to bring down the government. Slovenia's anti-corruption commission said earlier this week that Prime Minister Janez Jansa had been unable to explain the source of some of his income in recent years. (Photo by Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters via The Atlantic)
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05 Apr 2013 08:55:00
A woman strikes a police truck with her hand during a protest march in Santiago, Chile, Thursday, April 16, 2015. Thousands of students marched through the streets of Chile's capital to protest recent corruption scandals and to complain about delays in a promised education overhaul. While it was largely peaceful, violence broke out at the end when hooded protesters threw rocks and gasoline bombs at police. (Photo by Luis Hidalgo/AP Photo)

A woman strikes a police truck with her hand during a protest march in Santiago, Chile, Thursday, April 16, 2015. Thousands of students marched through the streets of Chile's capital to protest recent corruption scandals and to complain about delays in a promised education overhaul. While it was largely peaceful, violence broke out at the end when hooded protesters threw rocks and gasoline bombs at police. (Photo by Luis Hidalgo/AP Photo)
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17 Apr 2015 09:57:00
An Economic Freedom Fighters supporter shows a mock weapons during a demonstration in Pretoria on April 12, 2017 calling for South African President Jacob Zuma to resign. Tens of thousand demonstrators took part in the march to Union Buildings, the official seat of government, which was organised on Zuma's 75th birthday and came after nationwide rallies against the president last week. Zuma's recent sacking of respected finance minister Pravin Gordhan has fanned years of public anger over government corruption scandals, record unemployment and slowing economic growth. (Photo by Marco Longari/AFP Photo)

An Economic Freedom Fighters supporter shows a mock weapons during a demonstration in Pretoria on April 12, 2017 calling for South African President Jacob Zuma to resign. Tens of thousand demonstrators took part in the march to Union Buildings, the official seat of government, which was organised on Zuma's 75th birthday and came after nationwide rallies against the president last week. Zuma's recent sacking of respected finance minister Pravin Gordhan has fanned years of public anger over government corruption scandals, record unemployment and slowing economic growth. (Photo by Marco Longari/AFP Photo)
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13 Apr 2017 09:53:00


“The Wii U is an upcoming home video game console by Nintendo, and the direct successor to the Wii. The system is expected to be released in 2012 and was unveiled during Nintendo's press conference at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2011 on June 7, 2011. The Wii U is the first Nintendo console to produce 1080p high-definition graphics, and features a new controller with an embedded touchscreen. The controller allows a player to continue a gaming session by displaying the game even when the television is off. The system will be fully backwards compatible with Wii, and Wii U games can support compatibility with Wii peripherals, such as the Wii Remote and Wii Balance Board”. – Wikipedia

Photo: The new Nintendo game console Wii U is displayed at the Nintendo booth during the Electronic Entertainment Expo on June 7, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. The Wii U will have HD graphics, a controller with a 6.2 inch touchscreen and be compatible with all other Wii accessories. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
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09 Jun 2011 10:25:00
Float builder Andrea works on a float which depicts Russia's President Vladimir Putin as warmonger, at the float hall of the Mainz Carnival Association (MCV), in Mainz, Germany, 02 February 2016. The MCV invited journalists to a preview of this year's floats for the upcoming Shrove Monday carnival parade. The main carnival season festivities will happen around Rose Monday on 08 February. (Photo by Fredrik von Erichsen/EPA)

Float builder Andrea works on a float which depicts Russia's President Vladimir Putin as warmonger, at the float hall of the Mainz Carnival Association (MCV), in Mainz, Germany, 02 February 2016. The MCV invited journalists to a preview of this year's floats for the upcoming Shrove Monday carnival parade. The main carnival season festivities will happen around Rose Monday on 08 February. (Photo by Fredrik von Erichsen/EPA)
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03 Feb 2016 13:32:00