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  • 21 hours ago
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    Woman arrested after toddler left in car shoots out window

    Police arrested a Florida woman Monday after a toddler allegedly fired the woman’s loaded handgun inside her parked car, shattering a window. Abbie Maldonado, 30, left the 3-year-old in the back of the vehicle outside the Good Shepherd Academy, an elementary school in Deltona, so she could pick up son, according to authorities.

  • 1 day ago
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    Looking good, will play around!

  • 5 days ago
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    Sickening moment kind-hearted man is beaten after offering to pay for attackers' meal

    A GOOD Samaritan ​who ​offered to lend two men short on cash some money to cover their meal at a fried chicken shop ended up getting beaten and robbed for trying to help, cops say. The victim was savagely beaten by four men inside the takeway – then robbed by a fifth as he lay helpless on the floor, New York Post reported.

  • 6 days ago
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    The invention of ‘heterosexuality’

    A century ago, people had a very different idea of what it means to be heterosexual. Understanding that shift in thinking can tell us a lot about fluid sexual identities today.

  • 6 days ago
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    DNA Samples Reveal That Aboriginals Have Been in Australia For About 50,000 Years Already

    The first people appeared in Australia about 50,000 years ago and Aboriginal people have been present in the same regions continuously since then. This was revealed by DNA in hair samples collected from Aboriginal people across Australia in the early to mid-1900s.

  • 8 days ago
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    Amazon faces death spiral of drought and deforestation, scientists warn

    Much of the Amazon is facing a death spiral of deforestation and drought over the next century, according to a new study. Projected reductions in rainfall would not lead to “complete Amazon dieback” but “large parts” of the vast region were “certainly at risk”, one of the researchers said. The water cycle of the Amazon has been described as “one of nature’s great wonders”, but the forest has been under pressure from the timber industry, agriculture and the effects of climate change.

  • 10 days ago
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    In Drought-Stricken Somalia, Starving Mothers Forced To Choose Which Child To Feed

    With food an impossibly scarce commodity in drought-stricken Somalia, Fatuma Abdille faces a harrowing choice every day: Which of her seven children will get to eat? “If there’s a very small amount of food, we give it to those who need it the most — the youngest,” Abdille told Reuters this week from the capital Mogadishu, where her family recently fled after their herd of goats died from starvation.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Canada sees third straight trade surplus; gains 'no longer a blip'

    Canada posted a third consecutive monthly trade surplus in January, the first such stretch since 2014, in another signal that the economy is gaining momentum after slumping for more than two years due to low oil prices. Statistics Canada on Tuesday reported a surplus of $807-million, which slightly exceeded analysts’ forecasts of a $700-million surplus. Statscan revised December’s surplus sharply lower to $447-million from an initial $923-million.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    'Better Call Saul' Season 3 Will Offer First Look at Saul Goodman

    “It will be Saul Goodman, but not the way you know him from 'Breaking Bad,'” said star Bob Odenkirk in Berlin on Wednesday. After two seasons playing well-meaning, if morally compromised Jimmy McGill in Better Call Saul, Bob Odenkirk said he will be unleashing the true Saul Goodman, slime ball lawyer extraordinaire, in the upcoming season three of the AMC series.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Tesco strike: sales down almost 80% in picketed stores

    Tesco Ireland saw sales across its store network fall significantly after picket lines were placed outside a small number of its shops. The dispute centred around proposed contract changes to about 250 long-serving staff. The Mandate trade union which represents staff employed by the retail giant called off its strike action on Friday night as Tesco agreed to put contract changes on hold to allow a new round of Labour Court talks take place.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Storm Chasers Unite to Give Bill Paxton an Epic Tribute

    Storm chasers combined forces this afternoon to pay tribute to a man who put them on the map by literally putting his initials on their maps. Hundreds of professionals and enthusiasts are checking in to form the letters “BP” with their GPS coordinates. Paxton reportedly died on Saturday due to complications following heart surgery. He was just 61-years-old.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Rodrigo Duterte’s next target: 9-year-old children

    Once, when Rodrigo Duterte got to talking about his anti-drug campaign, he mused about murdering his children. If his son used drugs, he said in April, he would kill him himself. But seven months and some 7,000 deaths into his self-proclaimed “drug war,” the Philippine president’s children are alive and well. The same cannot be said for thousands of Filipino children and youths.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Canadian school boards question trips to U.S. amid travel ban debate

    Schools across Canada are grappling with the uncertainty of U.S. travel restrictions and how that affects upcoming student trips across the border. A travel ban instituted by President Donald Trump on citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries and Syrian refugees may be on hold as it works its way through the U.S. justice system, but Canadian schools remain concerned with how foreign-born students will be treated at the border.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Immigration Agents Took a Woman With a Brain Tumor Out of the Hospital

    Law enforcement officials moved a 26-year-old woman from a Texas hospital where she was being treated for a brain tumor back to a detention facility against her will, according to her legal representative. The undocumented El Salvadoran woman, who is being identified only as Sara to protect her privacy, began complaining of headaches while in a detention facility in early February, according to The Daily Beast, which first reported the story. On Feb. 10, she collapsed, and she was later taken to...

  • 1 month ago
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    The world’s deepest ocean trenches are packed with pollution

    Nasty chemicals abound in what was thought an untouched environment.

  • 1 month ago
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    Drone taxis? Dubai plans roll out of self-flying pods

    Middle East city eyes Chinese-made drones to fly people across its skies.

  • 1 month ago
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    Trump or Baldwin? Newspaper uses wrong picture

    The blunder by journalists saw an image of the actor dressed up as Trump appearing in print instead of the President. A newspaper in the Dominican Republic has had to apologise to readers after it mistakenly used a photo of Alec Baldwin impersonating Donald Trump instead of the US President himself. The Hollywood actor, wearing a blond wig in his guise as the American leader on comedy show Saturday Night Live (SNL), appeared next to an image of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

  • 1 month ago
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    China to take fingerprints of all tourists entering country

    China is to start fingerprinting foreigners who arrive in the country.  The Ministry of Public Security announced that it would begin screening foreign passport holders who arrive Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport in the Guangdon Province later this week.  It will be rolled it out across the rest of the country by the end of the year.