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Inspired by the election of President Trump and what she perceives as his administration's problematic stance on climate change and science generally, vulcanologist Jess Phoenix is trading in her field work for a chance at Congress.
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Argentina police seize cache of hidden Nazi artifacts
Argentine police have seized a cache of Nazi artifacts hidden behind a library in the house of an art collector in Buenos Aires, including a bust of dictator Adolf Hitler and instruments used as racial classification tools. The artifacts will be donated to the city's museum dedicated to remembering the Holocaust, said Security Minister Patricia Bullrich on Monday at a press conference. "We were very moved that this many Nazi objects were in Argentina," said Bullrich.
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Islamic militants take hostages at Philippine school: army
Islamic militants occupied a primary school and took hostages in a southern Philippine village on Wednesday, a few hours drive from a city where other jihadists were fighting a month-long war, authorities said. Encinas said the gunmen had planted improvised bombs around the school, a small building in a rural area, and that soldiers had surrounded it. The unrest occurred in Pigkawayan, a farming town about 160 kilometres (100 miles) from Marawi city where fighters linked to the Islamic State (IS) group have been battling troops for a month in a conflict that has claimed hundreds of lives.