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Researchers give voice to historic sounds of Stonehenge

STONEHENGE: If you listen carefully – and with the right app – you can still hear the prehistoric acoustics that swirled around Britain’s ancient monument Stonehenge over the last 5,000 years. A team of researchers spent eight years creating an ...

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Resident prepare for damaging storm

Residents in New Zealand’s North Island are bracing for ex-Cyclone Cook, just days after counting the costs of widespread flooding caused by ex-Cyclone Debbie. Downgraded to a tropical low, ex-Cyclone Cook is expected to batter the Bay of Islands region ...

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Storm cause severe flooding in centeral Texas

Severe thunderstorms and flash flooding caused road closures and classes to be cancelled in Central Texas, following steady rain that dumped up to 20 centimetres of water in the area. According to university officials, Classes at Texas State University were ...

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3 shot near auto parts plant in Tennesse

Three people were shot, one fatally, in the parking lot of an auto parts manufacturing plant in northern Tennessee USA this morning in what police said appeared to be a domestic violence incident.

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At U.N., U.S. tells Russia it’s isolating itself by supporting Syria’s Assad

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Russia blocked a Western-led effort at the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday to condemn last week’s deadly gas attack in Syria and push Moscow’s ally President Bashar al-Assad to cooperate with international inquiries into the incident. ...

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People being evacuates to Aleppo

Syrian government-controlled media released a video showing what they said were Syria Red Crescent’s ambulances carrying bodies from Kfarya and Foua to Aleppo. The footage was also said to show buses waiting at Ramousah crossing to evacuate people in the ...

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Syria confirm that sarin gas was used

Turkey’s health minister says test results conducted on victims of a chemical attack in northern Syria confirm that sarin gas was used. Recep Akdag said that blood and urine samples taken from the victims confirmed that they were subjected to ...

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North Korean murder suspects wear bullet-proof vests to court

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Two women accused of killing the estranged half-brother of North Korea’s leader made their second court appearance on Thursday wearing bullet-proof vests, but the hearing into the Kuala Lumpur airport assassination was postponed until May. Siti ...

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Unbelievable! A Millionaire Gives Away All His Wealth to the Poor Before Dying! Says He Can’t Bring His Riches With Him!

Netizens all across the social media world have praised a wonderful display of generosity unseen in a long time. In a viral video shared on the Danified Facebook page, an alleged dying millionaire from the country of Myanmar has earned ...

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Diamonds earrings on display in London ahead of Geneva sale

Two dazzling pink and blue pear-shaped diamonds are together expected to fetch close to $70 million when they go under the hammer next month.

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