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Apr 23, 2015 Abandonware Software

Database of 5240 abandonware games available for free. One of the most complete video games...

Kubist
Apr 21, 2015 Painting

Transform any picture into a work of cubist art.

Torrent Project
Apr 18, 2015 Torrents

A clean, fast and accurate bittorrent metasearch engine searching in more than 300 other torrent...

eLife Sciences
Apr 15, 2015 Biology

Open access to outstanding advances in life science and biomedicine.

Pencil Code
Mar 24, 2015 Programmers

A collaborative programming site for drawing art, playing music, and creating games. Pencil is...

DMOZ
Apr 9, 2007 Directories

The Mother of all directories.

Librarian´s Index to the internet
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Websites you can trust. Fabulous.

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Apr 10, 2007 Anonymity

Remailer Reliability Stats and simple tutorial about how to send an anonymous email using an...

The Cloak
Apr 10, 2007 Anonymity

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Abandonia
Apr 10, 2007 Abandonware Games

Dedicated to abandoned DOS games! Download popular and classic games, including screenshots,...

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  • The Latest: Karlovic has to defend double-hit at Wimbledon

    Ivo Karlovic of Croatia celebrates defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France in their singles match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London, Saturday July 4, 2015. Karlovic won the match 7-6, 4-6, 7-6, 7-6. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)LONDON (AP) — The latest from Wimbledon (all times local):


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  • Bombings kill 15 people in and around Baghdad
    BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi authorities say bombings targeting public places have killed 15 people in and around Baghdad. | Read this >

  • Tunisia declares state of emergency after beach attack

    A Tunisian special force officer and a policeman patrol the beach as tourists take part in a ceremony on July 3, 2015, in memory of those killed the previous week by a jihadist gunman in the popular resort of Port el KantaouiTunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi on Saturday declared a state of emergency following last week's beach massacre claimed by the Islamic State group in which 38 foreign tourists were killed. The North African state, which has seen an exodus of tourists, has admitted that its security services were unprepared for the seaside attack in Port El Kantaoui and that police were too slow to respond. "The president has declared a state of emergency in Tunisia" and was to address the nation, Essebsi's office said, adding that it would be implemented for a renewable 30-day period.


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  • Egypt foiled extremist 'state' in Sinai, president says

    In this picture provided by the office of the Egyptian Presidency, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, second left, greets members of the Egyptian armed forces in Northern Sinai, Egypt, Saturday, July 4, 2015. Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has travelled to the troubled northern part of the Sinai Peninsula to inspect troops, after Islamic State-linked militants struck a deadly blow against the military this week in a coordinated assault. (Egyptian Presidency /Mohammed Abdel-Muati via AP)CAIRO (AP) — President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, wearing battle dress for the first time in over a year, said Saturday that Egypt had foiled an attempt by the Islamic State group to seize territory and set up an extremist state with its recent assault on the military in the troubled northeastern part of the Sinai Peninsula.


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  • Car bombs kill 11 in Baghdad at end of Ramadan fast
    Two car bombs killed 11 people in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Saturday, police and medical sources said, striking as many people were ending their daily Ramadan fast. Northeast of Baghdad, in the town of Balad Roz, a third car bomb killed two people, local police said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility but Islamic State fighters who control large parts of western and northern Iraq frequently set off bombs in the capital. | Read this >

  • Tunisia's president declares state of emergency after hotel attack

    A member of Tunisia's special forces inspects the beachside of the Imperial Marhaba resort, while British, French, German and Tunisia's interior ministers arrive to pay their tribute in front of a makeshift memorial in SousseBy Patrick Markey and Tarek Amara TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi declared a state of emergency on Saturday, saying the Islamist militant attack on a beach hotel that killed 38 foreigners had left the country "in a state of war". Tunisia's emergency laws temporarily give the government more executive flexibility, hand the army and police more authority, and restrict certain rights such as those dealing with public assembly and detention. "Due to the terrorism risk, and the regional context, and spread of terrorism, we have declared a state of emergency," Essebsi said in a televised address.


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  • Australian dons yellow in Tour de France
    Australia's Rohan Dennis set a pace as blisteringly hot as the sweltering heatwave in the Dutch city of Utrecht to don the first yellow jersey of the 2015 Tour de France with a record-breaking ride. | Read this >

  • Texas wants its gold back inside the state's borders
    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Forget Fort Knox or the Federal Reserve. Texas has decided to start keeping its gold holdings within in its own borders. But what makes sense politically in such a sovereignty-loving place is creating a logistical conundrum. | Read this >

  • Hot dogs (many), banners and barbecues as America celebrates July 4

    A woman waves an American flag as she rides in an antique pickup truck through Barnstable Village on Cape Cod, during the annual Fourth of July Parade celebrating the country's Independence Day, in Barnstable, MassachusettsAmericans marched in star-spangled parades, ran relay races, gathered for fireworks shows and crowned a new world hot dog eating champion as they celebrated Independence Day in traditional style on Saturday. Possible security threats, wildfires in the West and rainy weather on the East Coast apparently did little to dampen the spirits of celebrants decked out in red, white and blue from their headbands to their shoelaces. Crowds at Boston's Old State House erupted in applause and cannons shot out tri-color confetti after the annual July Fourth reading of the Declaration of Independence.


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  • America celebrates July 4 with parades, hot dogs, cold beer

    Republican presidential candidate former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, center, looks to shake hands while participating in the Fourth of July Parade in Amherst, N.H., Saturday, July 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Cheryl Senter)The United States marks 239 years as an independent nation on Saturday as it celebrates the Fourth of July with parades, fireworks, food and music. Here are some highlights and lowlights of Independence Day celebrations across the globe:


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