Αυτό το Σάββατο, στις 00.45, στον ANT1.
Και τέσσερα ακόμα θέματα και ειδήσεις που δεν θα διαβάσεις πουθενά αλλού.
Μιλήσαμε με αυτούς που φροντίζουν τους μεγάλους παίκτες του World Series of Poker, αλλά και εκείνους που θέλουν να νιώσουν σαν μεγάλοι παίκτες.
Διαβάστε για το πως η Δανία προσπαθεί να βάλει τέλος στην ανορεξία, για τα χημικά όπλα στη Συρία, για το jiu jitsu στις φαβέλες της Βραζιλίας και τον άνθρωπο που έχτισε το σύμπαν.
A 12-year-old shot up his school, the Obamacare site continued to malfunction, and a jerk posted a video of a beheading on Facebook. Once again, it is a bad week in America. Here's all this week's bad news.
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