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Fuel shortage hits more flights and petrol stations

New Zealand’s jet fuel shortage has forced 39 flights to be cancelled, 13 of them international, with concerns the fuel crisis may spread after fuel stations in the country’s largest city Auckland halted high-octane gasoline sales.

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China – Russia start second stage of joint SEA 2017

China and Russia started the second stage of their “Joint Sea-2017” naval exercises with the arrival of a Chinese naval fleet at the Russian port city of Vladivostok.

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Harry Potter Studios Tour Looking For Staff To Work At Real Life Hogwarts

There’s another way to walk those hallowed halls of witchcraft and wizardry and call them your home away from home, thanks to Warner Bros. Studio Tours. If you know your way around the Whomping Willow and the Slytherin Common Room ...

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The Student President Of Georgia Tech’s Pride Alliance Was Shot And Killed By A Campus Police Officer

The university, in a statement to BuzzFeed News, identified the victim as a fourth-year student named Scout Schultz: At 11:17 p.m. on Saturday night, the Georgia Tech Police Department received a call “of a person with a knife and a ...

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For first time in 300 years, no one is living on Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda — located southeast of Puerto Rico and where the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea meet — became a sovereign state in the British commonwealth in 1981. Its population in July was estimated to be 94,731, with ...

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India launches first bullet train project

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has launched work to build India’s first high-speed train in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state of Gujarat. Mostly funded by a $17bn (£12.78bn) loan from Japan, the bullet train will run between Ahmedabad city ...

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Fire breaks out at Tampa Elementary School

A school in Tampa, Florida caught on fire Tuesday.

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Air force in cruise missile live fire drill

South Korea said it conducted its first live-fire drill for an advanced air-launched cruise missile it says will strengthen its pre-emptive strike capability against North Korea in the event of crisis.

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Halimah Yacob to become Singapore’s first female president

Former Speaker of Parliament, Halimah Yacob was announced as the new president of Singapore.

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Floods hit Italian capital

Torrential rain in Italy triggered flooding that killed at least 6 people in the Tuscan port of Livorno, including a family of four who were trapped by rising water in a basement.

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