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Gorillaz share new digital story The Book of Russel — Consequence of Sound

In the lead up to their new album, Gorillaz unveiled a multimedia story about Noodle and what she’s been up to since the events of 2010’s Plastic Beach. Now, they’ve done the same for Noodle’s bandmate, Russel. In The Book of Russel, we learn that the hip-hop hard man rescued Noodle during the attack on…

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Gorillaz kick off phase four with The Book of Noodle — Consequence of Sound

Late last month, ahead of their new album, Gorillaz chronicled their history via an interactive timeline posted to their various social media channels. Today, they formally kick off their fourth phase, revealing a new narrative for one of the animated band’s central characters, Noodle. Throughout the morning, Gorillaz have posted pages from The Book of a…

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The untold story of the two weeks when Edward Snowden was the world’s most wanted man — National Post – Top Stories

HONG KONG — The tall, lanky American dressed in all black looked familiar. But Ajith, a 44-year-old Sri Lankan refugee seeking asylum in Hong Kong figured the nervous-looking man with the red-rimmed eyes fidgeting in the darkness outside the United Nations building in the Tsim Sha Tsui district of Kowloon was a U.S. army dodger.…

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Fossils discovered in Greenland may be oldest signs of life on Earth at 3.7 billion years old — National Post – Top Stories

Scientists probing a newly exposed, formerly snow-covered outcropping in Greenland claim they have discovered the oldest fossils ever seen, the remnants of microbial mats that lived 3.7 billion years ago. It’s a stunning announcement in a scientific field that is always contentious. But if confirmed, this would push the established fossil record more than 200…

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