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A convicted murderer danced to the "Thong Song" on the roof of a Manchester prison; he's pledged to stay up there for 40 days and 40 nights to protest site conditions. (Gawker)
North Korea restarts all nuclear bomb fuel plants. (USA Today)
Experts in robot ethics are campaigning to outlaw sex robots, claiming such technology would "further objectify women and children" and "reduce human empathy." (Wired)
Five fraternity brothers were charged in the hazing death of a Baruch College freshman. (The New York Times)
Hungary closed down its border as Europe’s refugee crisis escalates. (The New York Times)
Ringo Starr is auctioning off a bunch of Beatles "stuff" he found while cleaning. (The Independent)
Air India has "grounded" 125 crew members for being "too fat." (Refinery29)
Snapchat is upping your 10-second video game with a new animated filter. (TechCrunch)

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