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The BBC’s Quentin Sommerville found it even harder, when he tried to present a segment next to a burning pile of drugs.
In a clip filmed some time ago and released to the public via a now-deleted tweet on the Middle East correspondent’s account, Sommerville…
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With just a week or so worth of shopping days left this holiday season, Apple has dropped a tearjerker of an ad designed to get you to fork over some of your remaining cash.
The 90-second spot (triple the length of a standard TV ad), tells the story of a girl who finds a vinyl record that her grandmother gave to her in 1952. The record is the grandmother’s rendition of “Love is Here to Stay.” The song is prefaced by a message from the grandmother to her husband that she’s sorry that she…