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August 31, 2016

13 REASONS WHY ROSÉ IS BAE

Every day is a Rosé kind of day. From its fun and sophistication to its character and class, this wine will always come ‘before anything else’. Here's thirteen reasons and ways to love Rosé.

Twitter Says This Behavior Doesn't Qualify As Abuse

According to Twitter's rules, "you may not promote violence against or directly attack or threaten other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or disease." Update: After media attention, the account in question has been taken down.

«Mosquée salafiste de Longjumeau»: les omissions de NKM

Info BuzzFeed News - NKM laisse entendre dans les médias qu'elle a tenté de fermer «la mosquée salafiste» de Longjumeau lorsqu'elle en était maire. Une vidéo consultée par BuzzFeed News montre pourtant la députée soutenir le projet d’agrandissement de la mosquée.

Labor And Delivery Story

One woman's compassionate story about becoming a mother and delivering one of God's most lauded blessings.

9 Things You Wouldn't Expect To See At Freshers' Week

Think you've got Freshers' Week at Leeds all figured out? Think again. Freshers is a broad term for a whole load of stuff, and they don't all involve shots. We've got events and activities for every type of Fresher in a programme packed with stuff that may surprise you.

How Big Banks Bled A Tiny Island Nation

Financial companies have figured out how to turn a controversial global legal system to their own very profitable advantage. Part three of a BuzzFeed News investigation.

7.5 Life Lessons After 7.5 Years In London

Three months ago, after seven and a half years in London, I left. With nothing but a laptop and a suitcase of clothes, I flew to Berlin to start a new chapter in my life. Last week marked three months to the day that I arrived in Berlin, not a milestone by any means, but the gravity of it has made me somewhat homesick for the past week or so. When I lived in London, I rarely got homesick. It was still Britain, everything was familiar, I had friends, and I knew that if/when any pangs for the green, green grass of home kicked in, I could jump on a train or a coach and be home in under three hours. This homesickness however, is different. Home is now a two hour flight then a three hour drive away, and because of that, I've been reflecting a lot on my time in London - the good, the bad, the incredibly ugly, but also the rewarding, the educational, the life-affirming and character-building things that have undeniably shaped and formed who I am today.