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Spain’s Billion-Dollar Ethanol-Powered S-80 Super-Submarines Are Too Big to Fit in their Docks

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Georgia Sheriff In Hot Water With Dodge Charger Hellcat Purchase

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Jim Carrey Rips Donald Trump Over Vladimir Putin Stance In Latest Artwork

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'Suffering' ends with Honduran baby back in parents' arms

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Tornado stuns Iowa town but residents say they'll rebuild

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Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Bring A Joint Progressive Push To Kansas

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Man arrested after knife attack on German bus

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Chrissy Teigen's Dad Thinks Eva Longoria Is 'One Of The World's Most Beautiful Women'

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Maryland's GOP Governor Says He'd Reject The NRA's Endorsement If He Got It

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Father of 2 Parkland shooting survivors fatally shot during armed robbery

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Turkey in US talks to avoid 'negative impact' from Iran sanctions

Turkey in US talks to avoid 'negative impact' from Iran sanctions Turkey on Friday hosted an American delegation for talks to address concerns about the potential negative impact on its economy of the looming reimposition of US sanctions against Iran. US President Donald Trump decided in May to abandon the 2015 deal agreed with other world powers on Iran's nuclear programme and reimpose nuclear-related sanctions against the Islamic Republic. The sanctions, which will seek to bar foreign companies from doing business with Iran and block its oil sales abroad, have alarmed Turkey which has a strong trade relationship with its neighbour and imports Iranian crude.


Tornadoes rip through Iowa

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Knife attack on German bus: At least 14 wounded in stabbing in city of Luebeck

Knife attack on German bus: At least 14 wounded in stabbing in city of Luebeck At least 14 people have been wounded, two of them seriously, in a knife attack on a bus in Germany. A suspect - believed to be in his mid-30s - has been arrested after the stabbings in the northern city of Luebeck on Friday afternoon. The packed bus was heading in the direction of Travemuende, a popular beach, when a man pulled a weapon on passengers, according to local media. The bus driver immediately stopped the vehicle, allowing passengers to escape, local newspaper Luebecker Nachrichten reported. A police crew that happened to be nearby was able to get to the scene quickly, allowing officers to detain the suspect. "The passengers jumped out of the bus and were screaming," said Lothar H, a witness who lives close to the scene. "It was terrible. Then the injured were brought out. The perpetrator had a kitchen knife." Police spokesman Duerk Duerbrook said the attack happened in the Kuecknitz district of Luebeck - around 40 miles from Hamburg. He said authorities were still trying to determine the circumstances of the attack.  Luebeck is in northern Germany, around 40 miles from Hamburg The force described it as a "major police deployment", adding that there had been no fatalities. "There is currently a major police deployment in Luebeck," the police force wrote on Twitter. "We are examining the situation and will give more information later." While the motive has not been established, Germany has been on high alert after several deadly Islamist extremist attacks.


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WhatsApp to limit forwarding of messages by 200 million Indian users in effort to halt violent lynchings

WhatsApp to limit forwarding of messages by 200 million Indian users in effort to halt violent lynchings WhatsApp announced limits on Friday on the forwarding of messages by its 200 million Indian users in an effort to stop a spate of horrific lynchings and to assuage government threats of legal action in its biggest market. More than 20 people have been butchered by crazed mobs in the past two months across India after being accused of child kidnapping and other crimes in viral messages circulated wildly on WhatsApp. Late on Thursday India's government, scrambling to find a response, threatened to take WhatsApp to court, saying the "medium" for spreading malicious rumours "cannot evade responsibility and accountability". "If (WhatsApp) remain mute spectators they are liable to be treated as abettors and thereafter face consequent legal action," the information technology ministry said. The Facebook-owned firm responded on Friday with an announcement it will test limiting the ability to forward messages and cap at five the number of contacts or groups that messages can be forwarded to. Indian WhatsApp lynchings | A timeline It addition, it said it will remove the "quick forward button" next to media messages, making sending on messages more cumbersome. "We believe that these changes - which we'll continue to evaluate - will help keep WhatsApp the way it was designed to be: a private messaging app," a statement said. Worldwide, the company will limit the number of forwards to 20 other groups, a spokesman said. Lynchings are nothing new in India, but the spread of smartphones - there are a billion plus handsets, and data is cheap - to even the most remote corners has enabled rumours to be shared at lightning speed. In India people forward on WhatsApp more messages, photos, and videos, than any other country in the world, the company says.


'Treasure ship' stock bubble draws South Korea warning

'Treasure ship' stock bubble draws South Korea warning Rumours of a treasure trove on a Russian ship that sank off South Korea a century ago have sent a company's shares on a rollercoaster ride, triggering a warning Friday from financial regulators. Start-up business Shinil Group announced earlier this week that it had found an imperial Russian navy vessel off Ulleung island in the Sea of Japan, saying it was believed to contain gold bullion and coins worth 150 trillion won ($130 billion). Others pointed out that Russia would have had no reason to load a vast treasure trove on a ship it was sending into battle, and doubly so as it had a land route to its destination Vladivostok anyway.


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WhatsApp limits forwarding in India after lynchings

WhatsApp limits forwarding in India after lynchings WhatsApp announced limits on Friday on the forwarding of messages by its 200 million Indian users in an effort to stop a spate of horrific lynchings and to assuage government threats of legal action in its biggest market. More than 20 people have been butchered by crazed mobs in the past two months across India after being accused of child kidnapping and other crimes in viral messages circulated wildly on WhatsApp. Late Thursday India's government, scrambling to find a response, threatened to take WhatsApp to court, saying the "medium" for spreading malicious rumours "cannot evade responsibility and accountability".


Months after giant immigration raid, the wounds are still raw in one Tennessee town

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North Korea takes swipe at Moon, urges return of restaurant workers

North Korea takes swipe at Moon, urges return of restaurant workers By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea lambasted South Korea's President Moon Jae-in on Friday for "needlessly kibitzing" about relations between Pyongyang and Washington and dismissed Moon's pledge to take the driver's seat on the Korean Peninsula as "sophistry". North Korean state media, which has often derided the South and its former presidents as a "puppet" of U.S. hostile forces, has notably refrained from criticizing the Moon administration especially after this year's thaw in relations. The Rodong Sinmun, North Korea's official party newspaper, slammed Seoul's recent praise of its own efforts to bring about the first inter-Korean summit in more than a decade in April, and an unprecedented summit between North Korea and the United States, under the liberal president's peace initiative.


Vietnam to deport American detained during nationwide protests

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Shark Attacks On 2 Children At Long Island Beaches Draw Investigation

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Hawaii police: Friends may be hiding police shooting suspect

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U.S. and Allies Prepare to Evacuate White Helmets From Southwest Syria

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Kremlin Launches Twitter Flash Mob To Free Alleged Russian Agent Maria Butina

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5 Predictions for Tesla's Q2 Earnings Call

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Aid group Raices rejects $250,000 from Salesforce over border agency contract

Aid group Raices rejects $250,000 from Salesforce over border agency contract Raices has condemned Salesforce’s relationship with CBP. A not-for-profit legal aid group for immigrants and refugees has rejected a $250,000 donation from Salesforce over the technology company’s contracts with Customs and Border Protection (CBP). “When it comes to supporting oppressive, inhumane, and illegal policies, we want to be clear: the only right action is to stop,” wrote Jonathan Ryan, executive director of the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (Raices), in an email to Salesforce published on Twitter.


Nuclear Nuances: How to Negotiate with North Korea

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Brazilian police arrest 'Dr. Bumbum' after patient dies

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Egyptian Officials Open Black Sarcophagus, Find 3 Skeletons Inside

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DNI Dan Coats Has 3 Words After Learning Trump Invited Vladimir Putin To White House

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UN diplomats: Russia and China block US on North Korea oil

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Microsoft Says It Stopped Cyberattacks on Three 2018 Congressional Candidates

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Chance the Rapper buys Chicago news site

Chance the Rapper buys Chicago news site Chance the Rapper has entered the news business by buying the Chicagoist website -- and announced the purchase through song Thursday. Chicagoist was part of a network of city-oriented websites including New York's Gothamist that found a following amid an appetite for a fresher, younger take on local news in the United States. The sites were abruptly closed last year by publisher Joe Ricketts, a conservative mogul who also owns the Chicago Cubs baseball team, after staff voted to unionize.


New EPA Chief Faces First Major Lawsuit As States Challenge 'Super-Polluting' Trucks Rule

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India issues fresh warning to WhatsApp over lynching deaths

India issues fresh warning to WhatsApp over lynching deaths WhatsApp could face legal action in India if it does not take further steps to tackle the spread of false rumours, the government said Thursday, in fresh criticism of the platform over a spate of lynchings. More than 20 people have been killed by mobs in the past two months across the country after being accused of child kidnapping and other crimes in viral messages circulated on WhatsApp. "Rampant circulation of irresponsible messages in large volumes on their platform have not been addressed adequately by WhatsApp," it said.


Multiple Papa John's Employees Describe Sexual Harassment, Nepotism

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GOP Rejects Two Resolutions Affirming Support For U.S. Intelligence Community

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At 99 million years old, this baby snake fossil is the first of its kind to be discovered

At 99 million years old, this baby snake fossil is the first of its kind to be discovered Palaeontologists have found a tiny fossilized baby snake, the first of its kind to be discovered. The snake embryo, sitting within a chunk of amber from Myanmar, was preserved in the early Late Cretaceous period approximately 99 million years ago, according to research published in Science Advances on Wednesday. SEE ALSO: Giant, newly discovered dinosaur was literally a huge weirdo It's a new species that's been named Xiaophis myanmarensis by the 11 authors , the first Mesozoic snake to be found in a forested environment, which the study's authors believe indicates a greater ecological diversity in early snakes than previously thought. (left) the snake skeleton within the amber. (middle) a  dorsal view of skeleton, synchrotron x-ray micro–computed tomography image. (right) a ventral view of the skeleton.Image: science advancesThe unique little snake fossil, according to the report, is an articulated post-cranial skeleton (everything but the skull) and sits at just 47.5 millimeters long.  A look at the snake's vertebrae indicates similarities to those of fossil snakes from Gondwana, the ancient supercontinent that broke up about 180 million years ago. National Geographic placed the snake as possibly related to a group of modern snakes found in Southeast Asia. Individual vertebrae are extremely small, comparable in size and morphology to those of a neonate Asian pipe snake.Image: science advancesA second specimen found in Myanmar by the same team includes a preserved fragment of shed skin.  That skin hasn't been confirmed by the researchers as coming from a snake, but when compared to modern specimens, the scale-like markings look pretty close to that of a snake. If it is indeed snakeskin, National Geographic reports, it would be the first ever discovered in amber. Photographs of probable snake shed skin.Image: Science AdvancesThe tiny snake fossil is incredibly well-preserved for being approximately 99 million years old.  Every fossil unearthed like this brings us a little closer to understanding what creatures slithered across the Earth and where before smartphones and Snapchat ever got a look-in. WATCH: This Golden Record is an alien's guide to Earth


US host's gibe over 'African-ness' of World Cup victors sparks wider debate

US host's gibe over 'African-ness' of World Cup victors sparks wider debate A light-hearted quip about a soccer team has sparked a serious debate about identity politics and the merits of France's "colorblind" republican model versus American multiculturalism. When the host of American television's popular "The Daily Show" joked that the real winner of the World Cup was "Africa," it prompted a fierce reaction on social media and drew a pointed rebuttal from the French ambassador to Washington. Trevor Noah, the popular comedian who hosts the TV show, was calling attention to the fact that many of the winning French team's players are of African origin -- immigrants themselves or the children of immigrants.


Mild earthquake shakes Mexico City, residents evacuate buildings

Mild earthquake shakes Mexico City, residents evacuate buildings A 5.7 magnitude earthquake rattled Mexico City on Thursday morning, triggering the city's seismic alarm and causing some residents to flee from their homes and offices. The earthquake's epicenter was near the town of Huajuapan de Leon in southern Oaxaca state at a depth of 34 miles (55 km), according to the U.S. Geological Survey.


Landscaping Businesses Are Losing Money Because of U.S. Visa Policy

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