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Nintendo is reportedly boosting production of Switch consoles

The company is worried about ‘customer tantrums’ this holiday season Nintendo is ramping up its production order of Switch consoles ahead of the increased demand expected during the 2017 holiday shopping season, reports the Financial Times. The console sold extremely ...

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2017 China International fair for trade in services

China-Beijing International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) opened in Beijing, attracting 2,683 companies and 15,512 businessmen from 96 countries and regions to participate.

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IS claims bus attack killing at least 29

IS announced that its fighters conducted a shooting that killed at least 29 Egyptian on Friday. Meanwhile, Egyptian airstrikes over Libya have destroyed several camps that trained militants responsible for the killings in Egypt on Friday.

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Death toll of flooding, landslide rise to 140

The death toll from severe flooding and landslides triggered by heavy rains in Sri Lanka rose to 140.

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1941-1944 : The Second World War in Color

Though color photography was invented decades before World War II, it was still a rather niche process, more complicated and expensive than black-and-white photography. The scarcity of color film was compounded by the hazards of shipping in wartime and the ...

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This Crazy Spinning Ice Disc Just Appeared in a Michigan River

A Michigan local spotted a rare natural phenomenon occurring the state’s Pine River last week, and it’s so eerily perfect, it looks like someone snuck out onto the wintery lake and carved it up with an ice cutter. In reality, ...

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Real Life Benjamin Button: Old Man Baby Born In Bangladesh

A newborn in Bangladesh has something in common with Brad Pitt — or at least a classic movie version featuring him as Benjamin Button, a person whose age goes in reverse. The baby was born with an extremely rare genetic ...

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Muslim Man Sues Little Caesars For $100 MILLION Over Pork Pepperoni

A Muslim man in Michigan has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Little Caesars because, the man says, he received and consumed pizza laced with pork pepperoni. Mohamad Bazzi is the plaintiff in the mega-dollar lawsuit, reports The Detroit Free ...

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Hundreds Of Muslims Take Part In A March To Manchester Arena

Hundreds of Muslims marched to the Manchester Arena last night to lay flowers and honour the memories of those who died in the terrorist attack on Monday. The North Manchester Jamia Mosque organised the walk to give show solidarity with ...

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Pilot’s remains back on US soil from Vietnam after 52 years

Deborah Crosby touched her father’s flag-draped casket as her three brothers hugged her in a tearful embrace on the tarmac at the San Diego airport Friday — ending a more than half century search to find and bring home the ...

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