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Killer Whales Spotted in Gorontalo Waters

Orccinus Orca or commonly known as killer whales, can be seen roaming in the waters near Bilolandunga Village located in Gorontalo, North Sulawesi on Sunday, March 12, 2017. Fajrah Paputungan (20), a resident of the village, claimed to have witnessed ...

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Studio Ghibli movies to be screen in 17 cities across Indonesia

Popular animated films from Academy Award-winning animation studio in Japan, Studio Ghibli, are slated to be screened in 45 Cinema XXI theaters in 17 cities across Indonesia between April and September. Among some of the movies are the 2003 Academy ...

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Mosul’s growing humanitarian crisis as bad as feared

HAMAM AL-ALIL, Iraq — The flight of tens of thousands of Iraqis from the besieged city of Mosul would create a humanitarian crisis, the United Nations predicted. Now that stark warning has turned out to be cruelly accurate. Thousands are ...

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Boy finds WWII plane with pilot’s remains in cockpit

(CNN)A 14-year-old Danish boy doing research for a history class found the wreckage of a German World War II plane with the remains of the pilot in the cockpit. Daniel Kristiansen and his father, Klaus, discovered what’s believed to be ...

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Women’s voices thunder again at D.C. rally

WASHINGTON — Forty-six days after 500,000 people jammed the nation’s capital in a mass mobilization for human rights — especially women’s rights — the voice of women returned for an encore. A crowd gathered at Freedom Plaza a block from ...

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Hawaii plans to file first lawsuit against new travel ban

Hawaii is not wasting any time challenging President Donald Trump’s new travel ban. Attorneys for the state explained in court filings Tuesday that they intend to file a motion Wednesday asking a federal judge to issue a temporary restraining order ...

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China asks North Korea to stop missile tests, tells U.S. and South to seek talks

BEIJING (Reuters) – China, fearing a rapid escalation of tension on the Korean peninsula, called on North Korea on Wednesday to stop its nuclear and missile tests and for South Korea and the United States to stop joint military drills ...

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Bird flu found in Tennessee chicken flock on Tyson-contracted farm

A strain of bird flu has been detected in a chicken breeder flock on a Tennessee farm contracted to U.S. food giant Tyson Foods Inc, and the 73,500 birds will be culled to stop the virus from entering the food ...

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Exclusive: Trump administration considering separating women, children at Mexico border

Women and children crossing together illegally into the United States could be separated by U.S. authorities under a proposal being considered by the Department of Homeland Security, according to three government officials. Part of the reason for the proposal is ...

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Kim Jong-nam death: North Korean says arrest was ‘conspiracy’

The North Korean suspect questioned in connection with the death of Kim Jong-nam has said he was the victim of a conspiracy by the Malaysian authorities. Ri Jong Chol said his detention was a “plot” to “damage the honour of ...

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