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Las Vegas invaded by swarms of grasshoppers

Las Vegas invaded by swarms of grasshoppers

The grasshoppers are usually attracted to ultraviolet light sources, Knight said. Migratory swarms of grasshoppers are stopping over in Las Vegas following an unseasonably wet winter and spring,...

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Armed men rob $40m gold from Brazil airport

Armed men rob $40m gold from Brazil airport

The gold thieves ditched the fake police cars and swapped them twice for getaway vehicles. Police said today they're trying to determine if it's the same group that stole US$5 million from another S...

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Taliban reject talk of direct negotiations with Afghanistan government

Taliban reject talk of direct negotiations with Afghanistan government

The Taliban group has said the Kabul Administration would partake as a political side in intra-Afghan negotiations, not as a government. Former Afghan spy agency chief Amrullah Saleh, President ...

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WannaCry ransomware hero to remain free

WannaCry ransomware hero to remain free

Stadtmueller sentenced 25-year-old Marcus Hutchins on Friday in Milwaukee to time served, with a year of supervised release. Hutchins is regarded as one of the world's foremost experts on malware,...

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Trump defended for criticising congressman over 'rat-infested' district

Trump defended for criticising congressman over 'rat-infested' district

This time Trump attacked the character of a black 68-year-old Democratic lawmaker, who chairs the House Oversight and Reform Committee, in a tweet Saturday, calling him a "brutal bully" and ripping...

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Romanian leader floats harsher penalties for murder, rape

Romanian leader floats harsher penalties for murder, rape

On Thursday, she was able to choose three Times to the emergency, and the police evidence to the place to give the motorist had taken her. Official statements show it took authorities 19 hours to lo...

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US Navy SEAL platoon ordered home from Iraq for allegedly drinking alcohol

US Navy SEAL platoon ordered home from Iraq for allegedly drinking alcohol

A US Defense Department official familiar with the situation told CNN that the unusual step of sending the team home was due to allegations regarding the consumption of alcohol during their down...

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Year-Old Korean YouTuber Purchases 5-Storey Building For ₹55 Crore

Year-Old Korean YouTuber Purchases 5-Storey Building For ₹55 Crore

After a story emerged past year of a YouTube account YouTube account that gained widespread attention for its controversial videos, produced by two parents who have now been charged with child neg...

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Explosion in Afghan capital targets bus; 5 dead, 10 wounded

Explosion in Afghan capital targets bus; 5 dead, 10 wounded

This is a relatively higher death toll of the Afghan forces in one attack amid evident surge in the violence across the country in recent days as the Taliban prepare for next round of talks with the...

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Cyprus Releasing All Israeli Suspects in Alleged Gang-Rape of UK Tourist

Cyprus Releasing All Israeli Suspects in Alleged Gang-Rape of UK Tourist

Seven of the Israelis were released on Sunday, a police official said. The release of the Israelis is probably in response to the girl changing her version of the story, affirming that the intercour...

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Israel, US say they've conducted successful test of Arrow 3 in Alaska

Israel, US say they've conducted successful test of Arrow 3 in Alaska

Israel and the United States have successfully carried out tests of a ballistic missile interceptor that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday provides protection against potential threats f...

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France urges Trump: 'don't mix digital taxes and wine tariffs'

France urges Trump: 'don't mix digital taxes and wine tariffs'

The tax applies to companies with total annual revenues of $845 million worldwide and $28 million in France. Trump had ordered an investigation into the French tax while it was making its way throug...

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North Korea missile tests no threat to US

North Korea missile tests no threat to US

In a Facebook message, the Russian Embassy in Pyongyang said the "coordinated work of the Russian diplomatic agency" led to their release. They'd been detained after their fishing ship in July broke...

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Swimming: Australia's Jack admits to positive dope test

Swimming: Australia's Jack admits to positive dope test

It had tested positive for Ligandrol, a drug popular with bodybuilders and used for repairing worn-out muscles and increasing muscle mass. Russell said the team was only told of Jack's test resul...

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Russia Today fined £200,000 over 'serious failures' when covering Salisbury poisoning

Russia Today fined £200,000 over 'serious failures' when covering Salisbury poisoning

RT claimed other breaches of the broadcasting code "involving hate speech and incitement to violence have been subject to substantially lower fines". In its statement, the Russian Foreign Ministry s...

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Smoke plumes from 'unprecedented' wildfires in Arctic visible from space

Smoke plumes from 'unprecedented' wildfires in Arctic visible from space

There are hundreds of fires covering largely uninhabited regions all over eastern Russian Federation, northern Scandinavia, Greenland and Alaska. Nonetheless smoke is affecting wider surrounding are...

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Girl's murder sparks outcry and protests in Romania

Girl's murder sparks outcry and protests in Romania

Chanting anti-government slogans and carrying Romanian flags, the protesters lit candles outside the Interior Ministry. Police have sent off the human remains for analysis - and suspect they could b...

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Two killed in nightclub hell near athletes' village

Two killed in nightclub hell near athletes' village

They were from the US, New Zealand , the Netherlands , Italy and Brazil. Two South Korean citizens have been confirmed dead. The FINA World Aquatics Championships, which includes competitions in...

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Russian Federation detains more than 800 in protest crackdown

Russian Federation detains more than 800 in protest crackdown

Police in Moscow arrested more than 750 people during a demonstration outside city hall on Saturday, where they were calling for fair elections after the upcoming city council elections on September 8...

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Two Americans arrested in Rome over killing of police officer

Two Americans arrested in Rome over killing of police officer

On its social media pages, the Carabinieri paid tribute to Cerciello Rega's "unconditional and fearless dedication", and said his loss would be felt by 110,000 of his fellow Carabinieri officers. At...

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Infant twins found dead, 'foaming at the mouth,’ in back of vehicle

Infant twins found dead, 'foaming at the mouth,’ in back of vehicle

Police are investigating the case as an accidental hot vehicle death. Juan Rodriguez was charged with two counts of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide, New York City police said on...

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India urges Iran to free all its crew after nine released

India urges Iran to free all its crew after nine released

The vessel went missing on July 13 initially and was discovered in Iranian custody with 12 Indian sailors on board. "Our Mission in Iran has requested the Iranian authorities concerned for the relea...

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8 dead, 60 injured in series of strong quakes in Philippines

8 dead, 60 injured in series of strong quakes in Philippines

Footage showed people clearing boulder-size stone bricks to pull out one body from the rubble of a home. "We all ran out to safety". "The wounded are still being brought in", de Sagon told a local...

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IAF conducts aerial survey of Mahalaxmi Express, Video Gallery

IAF conducts aerial survey of Mahalaxmi Express, Video Gallery

An NDRF team comprises about 45 rescuers. The IAF/NDRF teams also brought to safety a group of around seven passengers, who got down from the train to start walking towards Badlapur station but foun...

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Chinese private rocket firm makes successful orbital launch

Chinese private rocket firm makes successful orbital launch

After unsuccessful attempts from OneSpace and LandSpace, in October last year et in March this year, i-Space has become the first Chinese " private " company to manage an orbital mission, deploying se...

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U.S. Official Says Iran Test Fires Shahab-3 Ballistic Missile

U.S. Official Says Iran Test Fires Shahab-3 Ballistic Missile

In past weeks, Iran has shot down a USA spy drone and us officials say military cyber forces struck Iranian computer systems that handle missile and rocket launchers. Iran says its missile program i...

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New Tinder Feature Protects LGBTQ People In Discriminatory Countries

New Tinder Feature Protects LGBTQ People In Discriminatory Countries

This new feature from Tinder could help you out if you're swiping while on vacation. Apparently, Tinder, the popular dating app , will allow its LGBTQ+ users to get a " Traveler's Alert " once they...

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson shows up at Hawaii volcano to support protesters

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson shows up at Hawaii volcano to support protesters

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that Dwayne Johnson was born in Hawaii . Hollywood actor Dwayne " The Rock " Johnson joined a demonstration against the $1.4 billi...

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Bold move as Boris purges the cabinet

Bold move as Boris purges the cabinet

Boris Johnson cabinet: Seven Tories could QUIT - who will be in Boris Johnson's cabinet? In one of his first major domestic policy announcements since entering Number 10, Mr Johnson will reiterate ...

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Two dead in Korean nightclub balcony collapse at world swim meeting

Two dead in Korean nightclub balcony collapse at world swim meeting

New Zealand water polo chief executive, Chris Wilson, said the players at the club assisted and supported those directly affected, along with supporting Korean authorities. The balcony of the Coyote U...

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