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Movie: First Kill

Trying to reconnect with his son Danny, big shot Wall Street broker Will takes his family on a hunting trip to the cabin where he grew up. The trip takes a deadly turn when they go hunting and stumble upon ...

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Tourist who teased a bear by dangling food in its jaws is gored and dragged

This is the horrifying moment a bear brutally mauls a tourist after he teased the beast by dangling food in its jaws. Naiphum Promratee, 36, hung bowls of rice into the animal’s enclosure using rope while visiting the temple in ...

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World’s Longest Suspension Bridge Opens in Switzerland

Thrill seekers take notice: Over the weekend, the world’s longest suspension bridge for pedestrians was opened to the public. Measuring 1,621 feet long, the Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge (named after the bridge’s biggest sponsor) is located in southern Switzerland, mere ...

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Hyperloop just broke its speed record

The future of high-speed transportation is fast approaching-at 192 miles per hour to be exact. Hyperloop One, the Los Angeles-based startup that’s developing Elon Musk’s brainchild, said Wednesday (Aug. 2) its passenger pod traveled farther and faster than ever before ...

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Canadian Authorities Open Montreal’s Olympic Stadium To House Asylum Seekers

TORONTO- Canadian health authorities and aid workers are using an Olympic stadium to shelter asylum seekers as a growing number of people walk into the country from the United States. The Quebec Red Cross and local health authorities opened Montreal’s ...

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Jury Orders Couple To Pay $1 Million For Defaming Wedding Photographer

A jury in Dallas has said a couple must pay their wedding photographer $1.08 million in damages for launching a public campaign intended to defame and discredit her after the two parties disputed over a $125 fee. Wedding photographer Andrea ...

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China’s In-Orbit Cargo Spacecraft Releases CubeSat

BEIJING – China’s Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft on Tuesday successfully released a cube satellite (CubeSat) while in orbit, according to China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASTC), China’s Xinhua news agency reported. Signals from the CubeSat were received by ground technicians ...

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Duterte wants 30,000 more troops to crack down on ISIS & other emerging threats in Philippines

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has requested lawmakers to cough up more cash to fund up to 30,000 new soldiers and policemen he deems necessary to tackle the ongoing ISIS-linked insurgency in the country’s south. “I need money and we have ...

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British fighter Ryan Lock shot himself to avoid capture by Islamic State and died a hero, coroner concludes

A British man who left his comfortable home and job to fight against Islamic State as a volunteer died a hero in December when he turned his weapon on himself after being hopelessly surrounded by enemy troops, a coroner has ...

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