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Faux freckles have become quite the trend over the last couple of years, thanks in part to Pinterest ideas that include everything from using glitter to getting semipermanent face tattoos.
More sinister, and less public, are the lobbyists and semipermanent political staffers who connect candidates to donors for their mutual benefit, if no one else’s.
In Madagascar, the large island off the southeast coast of Africa, the situation is less grim, but droughts that used to come in cycles are now semipermanent.
Semipermanent storage facilities in nearby Futaba and Okuma will eventually cover 16 square kilometers (6.2 square miles), and the radioactive waste will be stored for up to 30 years while a permanent site is found.
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