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Total solar eclipse wows crowds across the US

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Total solar eclipse wows crowds across the US By Morgan Winsor   https://youtu.be/lgUGVP5Hh-o A historic total solar eclipse arced across the United States from west to east Monday, as millions of people who gathered in its relatively narrow...

Which Windows programs for more advanced users do you recommend?

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Which Windows programs for more advanced users do you recommend? Jack Schofield   An earlier answer endorsed some programs for people setting up a new Windows PC, but Joakim would like some suggestions for more seasoned users. I’m...

Defending Academic Freedom in a Populist Age

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Defending Academic Freedom in a Populist Age Michael Ignatieff BERLIN – I am the President of Central European University, which is now under attack. CEU is fighting to remain a free institution in Budapest, Hungary’s capital,...

What are the Benefits of Using Polycom Phones?

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What are the Benefits of Using Polycom Phones? by Dale Harris   Today’s business landscape demands nothing but the best in communication. The 9-to-5 grind is essentially dead, since business is conducted 24/7 in today’s internet and social...

CARICOM countries decide to ignore the Venezuelan tragedy

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CARICOM countries decide to ignore the Venezuelan tragedy By Gustavo Coronel The 15 member countries of CARICOM, the Caribbean Community have officially decided to look the other way regarding the Venezuelan tragedy. While over one hundred...

Turkey starts paying for Russian S-400 missiles

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Turkey starts paying for Russian S-400 missiles   President Erdogan says that he and his Russian counterpart will see the missile deal through; and first deposit has reportedly been paid. Ankara has already paid a deposit to...

New York-bound, a ballet star rises in Bollywood’s heartland

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New York-bound, a ballet star rises in Bollywood's heartland   The 16-year-old son of an Indian metal welder has received an invitation from the American Ballet Theatre's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School in New York City for...

Top 200 universities in the world 2018

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Top 200 universities in the world 2018 https://youtu.be/3h6gtgaUK6U   World University Rank 2018 World University Rank 2017 University Country/Region 1 1 University of Oxford United Kingdom 2 4 University of Cambridge United Kingdom =3 2 California Institute of Technology United States =3 3 Stanford University United States 5 5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States 6 6 Harvard University United States 7 7 Princeton University United States 8 8 Imperial College...

Indigenous groups fleeing Venezuela to escape hunger

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Indigenous groups fleeing Venezuela to escape hunger     Yukpa Indians, who move in large family groups, are seeking the Colombian government's help, amid the economic crisis in Venezuela. But Bogota has been slow to respond. Thousands of...

Mystery surrounding ancient Easter Island people deepens

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Mystery surrounding ancient Easter Island people deepens Will Dunham   WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The massive brooding stone figures peering from Easter Island’s hillsides are emblematic of the enigmatic people who once thrived on the dot of land...

Bruno Mars bags six awards at the 60th Grammys

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Bruno Mars bags six awards at the 60th Grammys   Mars won all of the awards for which he was in the running in what was expected to be a major night for hip-hop, which for...

Prince William starts historic royal visit to Israel and Palestine

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Prince William starts historic royal visit to Israel and Palestine   During his landmark visit, William, the 36-year-old grandson of Queen Elizabeth and second in line to the throne, will see religious sites and meet Israeli...

Basics of Western Astrology Explained

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Basics of Western Astrology Explained By: Paul Curran   Leer en Español Διαβάστε στα Ελληνικά Introduction This article covers the basics of Astrology and how they are inter-related. Astrology is defined as 'the art or practice of determining the supposed...

Austria deploys police, troops for immigration exercise on border

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Austria deploys police, troops for immigration exercise on border   The drill is part of the right-wing government's efforts to discourage migrants from setting off to find a home in central Europe. Policemen attend an exercise to...

Suspected poachers eaten by lions after breaking into game reserve to hunt rhinos in...

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Suspected poachers eaten by lions after breaking into game reserve to hunt rhinos in South Africa Shehab Khan     A head and a number of bloodied body parts found in the Sibuya Game Reserve. At least three suspected poachers...

3 Delicious Weight Loss Shakes You Have to Try

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3 Delicious Weight Loss Shakes You Have to Try   Are you keeping up with your new year’s resolutions? How about your weight loss goals? Foods that help with weight loss used to be so boring. Salads,...

Japan’s airbag giant Takata files for bankruptcy protection

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Japan's airbag giant Takata files for bankruptcy protection   The Tokyo-based car parts giant is facing lawsuits and huge costs over an airbag defect linked to at least 16 deaths globally. News reports have said its...

Cuba’s new leader vows to modernise economy but no return to capitalism

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Cuba's new leader vows to modernise economy but no return to capitalism   ♦ Successor to Raúl Castro promises no ‘capitalist restoration’ ♦ Miguel Díaz-Castro, 57, is first non-Castro to lead Cuba in 60 years Raúl Castro, right,...

Lego set to replace Bali Padda as CEO after just nine months

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Lego set to replace Bali Padda as CEO after just nine months Author: Kim Darrah   Lego Chief Bali Padda is set to be replaced by former Danfoss CEO Niels Christiansen in October, as the Lego Group...

Revisiting Mashal Khan’s family a year after his lynching

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Revisiting Mashal Khan's family a year after his lynching Nazar ul Islam   The young Pakistani student's murder by a mob on a university campus was another "blasphemy killing," one of the dozens since the 90s. A...

Vladimir Putin watches display of Russian firepower near EU border

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Vladimir Putin watches display of Russian firepower near EU border Shaun Walker   Russian president observes as Zapad military exercise moves into counterattack stage. A large-scale Russian military exercise that has spooked western countries has entered its final...

Facebook’s Zuckerberg refuses to appear before UK parliament

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Facebook's Zuckerberg refuses to appear before UK parliament   UK lawmaker Damian Collins has urged Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to reconsider his refusal to appear before the British parliament about data leaks and the rise of...

Facebook says data breach might affect up to 87 million people

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Facebook says data breach might affect up to 87 million people   Facebook believes the data of up to 87 million people was improperly shared with the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica. Initial reports had put the...

Stephen Hawking leaves audience in tears at 75th birthday celebration

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Stephen Hawking leaves audience in tears at 75th birthday celebration   Brian Cox and Gabriela González both spoke movingly at the birthday symposium at the University of Cambridge By Tommy Lumby Stephen Hawking moved an audience to tears today...

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