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With Michael Wolff’s anti-Trump book consuming much of the mainstream media’s attention, many aren’t aware that former President Bill Clinton’s rape accuser published a book of her own this week.
Normalization of polygamy is now being presented to small children in Sweden.
"The book for those who are, wondering if they are, or want to be gay. Or for those who just wonder how this gay stuff works," reads the description of a Norwegian book, which even Jens Stoltenberg apparently has contributed to.
A new factual book about the Swedish immigration is considered racist by Ekerö Library in Stockholm, and it will not be purchased. But the library has no problem keeping Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf or other controversial books in its collection.
Danish artist Franz Füchsel, who was one of the 12 Muhammad cartoonists, has died.
One of Charlie Hebdo's most outspoken journalists said she is quitting the French satirical magazine because it has gone soft on Islamist extremism.
Before Christmas became known as the celebration of the birth of Christ, the festival of Jól was the Vikings' main party. They sacrificed people and animals, decorated with blood, drank strong beer and over ate on pork in honour of the gods.
The Nobel Prize in literature 2016 goes to none other than artist and songwriter, Bob Dylan (75).
Harry Potter fans can look forward to new books, as J K Rowling is launching new short-form content about the Harry Potter world, called Pottermore Presents.
The origin of its unrusted iron blade has baffled scientists.