Report: Grandmother, 65, has quadruplets
cnn.com - 8 hours ago
For many people, 13 children would be more than enough.
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Elephant grabs camera, takes excellent 'elphie'
cnn.com - 5 hours ago
Plenty of tourists have snapped a selfie of themselves posing with an elephant during their travels. Even U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has done it.
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'Catastrophic' Flooding Hits Oklahoma and Texas
msnbc.msn.com - 11 hours ago
Flash floods forced more than 1,000 evacuations and numerous rescues across Oklahoma and Texas, as officials warned of "historic" rising waters still to come on Sunday.
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Ferdinand: Wife's death 'difficult'
bbc.co.uk - 11 hours ago
Former England captain Rio Ferdinand has spoken publicly for the first time since his wife's death to cancer and says it has been "the most difficult period of his life".
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Blog: Mr PM, wake up and smell the masala chai
indiatimes.com - 11 hours ago
Blog: Mr PM, wake up and smell the masala chai
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A simple day in the life...
boston.com - 6 hours ago
Often in the Big Picture we feature "slice of life" photography originating from around the world, brought to us by photographers based in those countries who work for the Associated Press, Reuters
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Drogba exits Chelsea for second time
bbc.co.uk - 3 hours ago
Didier Drogba leaves Chelsea for the second time and says he has one more season before retirement.
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Floyd Mayweather cashes in on Warriors' blowout
sportingnews.com - 9 hours ago
Floyd Mayweather won $200,000 by betting on the Warriors in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals.
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Famed 'A Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash, wife killed in taxi crash, police say
nj.com - 2 hours ago
Nash was in Norway on Tuesday to receive the Abel Prize for mathematics from King Harald V for his work, along with longtime colleague Louis Nirenberg, on nonlinear partial differential equations.
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Push for $15/Hour Minimum Wage Gains Momentum
msnbc.msn.com - 11 hours ago
A movement for a $15 minimum wage that even some supporters considered a pipe dream is gaining momentum.
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Stephen Curry's historic night highlights Warriors blowout win over Rockets
sportingnews.com - 11 hours ago
Not only did Stephen Curry set a new NBA record with his 59th 3-pointer in a single postseason, but the Warriors moved to a 3-0 series lead.
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Ancelotti to take year off if sacked
bbc.co.uk - 7 hours ago
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti says he will take a year off from management if he is sacked by the Spanish club.
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Malaysia finds mass graves of suspected migrants
aljazeera.com - 7 hours ago
Police discover 30 large graves containing remains of hundreds of people near human trafficking detention camps.
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​‘Greece won’t pay IMF - we’re broke’ - Interior Minister
rt.com - 5 hours ago
Greece will not be able to make next tranche of debt repayment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), as the country has no money to pay, the Interior Minister said.Read Full Article at RT.com
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Joseph Stiglitz: ‘GDP per capita in the UK is lower than it was before the crisis. That is not a success’
guardian.co.uk - 7 hours ago
Nobel prize-winner Joseph Stiglitz is the world’s foremost critic of economic and political inequality. He thinks the lessons of the global crash are being ignored, and he’s not much taken with
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Why Do We Celebrate Memorial Day?
time.com - 4 hours ago
This is the real meaning of the holiday
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Ashley regime 'from another planet'
bbc.co.uk - 6 hours ago
Former Newcastle manager Kevin Keegan claims owner Mike Ashley "runs the club from another planet" and "disrespects fans".
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NATSEM analysis shows federal budget to hit the poor hardest, while rich benefit
smh.com.au - 5 hours ago
Families with children on the lowest incomes will bear the brunt of the federal government's budget cuts, while high income families will actually see their disposable incomes increase slightly over
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Is Muslim Turkey Ready to Elect First Gay Lawmaker?
msnbc.msn.com - 11 hours ago
Turkey appears poised to elect its first openly gay member of parliament in next month's elections.
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So you’re related to Charlemagne? You and every other living European…
guardian.co.uk - 9 hours ago
The advent of cheap genetic sequencing has given birth to a burgeoning ancestry industry. But before you pay to spit in a tube, let me give you a few facts for freeSometimes I get asked if I’m
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Online filing of applications for civil services exam begins
indiatimes.com - 11 hours ago
The online filing of applications for this year's civil services preliminary examination to select IAS and IPS officers has begun.
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Traveling Noir: Black Americans in Paris
msnbc.msn.com - 11 hours ago
We are in Paris, and this neighborhood, Montmartre, was once so popular with African Americans it was known as the "Harlem of the City of Lights."
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‘We Are Always Listening’: Pranksters plant hacking devices across NYC in anti-NSA move
rt.com - 6 hours ago
A group of anti-NSA pranksters have planted recording devices in public places across New York, saying that they are “gathering information to help win the war on terror.”Read Full Article at
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Two wounded in Jerusalem stabbing attack
ynetnews.com - 8 hours ago
Shavuot stabbing in Old City among several recent incidents that mark an increase in spontaneous, unpredictable attacks.
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Hamilton robbed as Rosberg wins
bbc.co.uk - 57 minutes ago
Lewis Hamilton is robbed of victory in the Monaco Grand Prix because of a strategic error by his Mercedes team.
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Rangers' Law out to relegate brother
bbc.co.uk - 4 hours ago
Rangers' Nicky Law says there can be no room for sympathy for his brother Josh in the Premiership play-off against Motherwell.
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Nepal children at risk after earthquake
aljazeera.com - 7 hours ago
More than 1.7 million children affected by quake, and defunct welfare system is struggling to cope.
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Bhimrao Ambedkar: The song he died for
indiatimes.com - 11 hours ago
Bhim geet which praise Ambedkar’s movement are songs of self-respect for many Dalits, including the youngster killed last week for having one for a ringtone
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Russia bans 'undesirable' NGOs
cnn.com - 4 hours ago
Non-governmental organizations working in Russia awoke Sunday to a new reality -- that they operate now under a law that allows the government to prosecute them on the grounds they are 'undesirable.'
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The shadowy centre helping former al-Shabab members quit
bbc.co.uk - 4 hours ago
The centre helping former al-Shabab members quit
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Cribs twins Gary and Ryan Jarman on their intertwined lives
guardian.co.uk - 10 hours ago
There are three brothers in the Cribs – and two of them are twins. Gary and Ryan Jarman explain how their special connection helps their music Continue reading...
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Israel places 9th in Eurovision final
ynetnews.com - 5 hours ago
Sweden takes 1st place in Vienna competion with Russia close behind; 2015 was the first time Israel made it to the finals since 2010.
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No pay, no play! Kids who can’t pay $10 fee banned from school carnival
nypost.com - 8 hours ago
No party for the poor. PS 120 in Flushing held a carnival for its students on Thursday, but kids whose parents did not pay $10 were forced to sit in...
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Labour to back EU referendum bill
bbc.co.uk - 7 hours ago
Acting leader Harriet Harman says Labour has dropped its opposition to an "in/out" vote on the UK's EU membership, and will now back the government's referendum bill.
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The Scientific Reason Why Airplane Food Tastes Bad
time.com - 3 hours ago
It has to do with the dry cabin air
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Traces of Hershey's model town live on in Cuba
philly.com - 11 hours ago
CENTRAL CAMILO CIENFUEGOS, Cuba - On the weathered railway platform of this faded sugar town, retired mechanic Pedro Ramon Prieto Napoles, 74, awaited the "Hershey train" and waxed nostalgic about
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Throttle Dolls: a bikie gang with a difference
smh.com.au - 8 hours ago
Like the tribe of heroines in George Miller's movie, Sydney's newest bikie gang, The Throttle Dolls, is "girls-only".
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Iran holds military drills to counter regional ‘aggression’
rt.com - 2 hours ago
The Iranian armed forces have held military drills in the central province of Isfahan, in which they test-fired missiles and shot down mock-enemy drones over the Arak nuclear facilities. Part of the
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15,000 to compete at Urdd Eisteddfod
bbc.co.uk - 7 hours ago
One of Europe's biggest youth festivals - the Urdd Eisteddfod - begins in Caerphilly county.
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Ethiopians in first post-Meles vote
bbc.co.uk - 7 hours ago
Ethiopians vote in the first elections since the death of long-serving Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, with predictions his successor will retain power.
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'I will stay until Newcastle win'
bbc.co.uk - 51 minutes ago
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley says he will be staying at the club until they win a trophy or qualify for the Champions League.
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'Bread is like junk food for ducks,' says biology professor
cbc.ca - 11 hours ago
Bringing along a few pieces of day-old bread to feed the ducks at a local pond seems innocent, but a biologist says it can hurt them in more ways than one.
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Melbourne Zoo gorilla dies after attack
dailytelegraph.com.au - 9 hours ago
MELBOURNE Zoo is mourning the loss of its gorilla Julia, who died after being attacked by another gorilla inside their enclosure.
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First look at hotties sent in to woo Sam
news.com.au - 10 hours ago
THE hipsters have arrived for the filming of The Bachelorette in what looks to be a fully stocked metrosexual mansion.
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Four police hurt in rave attack
bbc.co.uk - 6 hours ago
Four police officers are injured, two seriously, after coming under attack at an illegal rave in Lincolnshire.
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Internet 'Trolling' Sees 150 People Jailed
sky.com - 4 hours ago
An eightfold increase in online abuse convictions is "obviously related" to the rising popularity of social media, experts say.
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Turkish Stream to be launched after 2017 – envoy
rt.com - 10 hours ago
The launch of the Turkish Stream can be expected no earlier than 2017, according to the Turkish Ambassador to Russia. Gazprom previously estimated that gas supplies to Turkey via the pipeline would
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I’m attracted to my stepbrother, and I want him to know about my desire
guardian.co.uk - 10 hours ago
A girl who shares a bedroom with her stepbrother has fallen in love with him. Mariella Frostrup says she must put some distance between the two of themIf you have a dilemma, send a brief email to
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Burundi refugee crisis: Stranded in a village
aljazeera.com - 3 hours ago
Neighbouring countries are bracing for a bigger influx of refugees as political unrest continues unabated in Burundi.
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Nepal landslide forces evacuations
bbc.co.uk - 9 hours ago
Thousands flee their homes in western Nepal following a landslide which blocked a river, causing fears of flash flooding.
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Surgeon cut off leg with 'rusty saw'
bbc.co.uk - 2 hours ago
A hospital surgeon allegedly used a "rusty hacksaw" to amputate a patient's leg after discovering a metal plate in the limb.
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Inside the bizarre life of an Upper East Side housewife
nypost.com - 2 hours ago
In her 26 years in New York, Wednesday Martin has lived in nearly every neighborhood, from Long Island City to Soho to the West Village. Nothing, she says, prepared her...
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VIDEO: Leeds loco survives in Sierra Leone
bbc.co.uk - 7 hours ago
A Leeds museum celebrates the 100th anniversary of a steam engine built in the Yorkshire city that founded a railway in Sierra Leone.
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Ciao Vespa! Italians fall out of love with iconic moped
aljazeera.com - 7 hours ago
Economic crisis and new technologies drive cultural icon of carefree Italian life off the roads.
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Poland votes in presidential runoff too close to call
aljazeera.com - 5 hours ago
After nearly eight years in power, incumbent Komorowski is challenged by conservative newcomer Duda.
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New editor-in-chief for ‘savvy’ travel mag
nypost.com - 10 hours ago
Jill Brooke, author of “Just Say No,” has said “yes”— to a new job as a travel magazine editor-in-chief, our Keith J. Kelly reports. Adam Rodriguez, who created Travel Savvy,...
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Gunshot victim dies in car on I-275 ramp
abcactionnews.com - 60 minutes ago
St. Pete Police are on scene of a homicide on an I-275 exit ramp.
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The innovators: the biotech firm hoping to breed an end to dengue fever
guardian.co.uk - 3 hours ago
Oxitec aims to breed genetically modified male mosquitos to breed with and kill off the disease-carrying female When the taps ran dry in São Paulo neighbourhoods during a drought earlier this year
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Saina Nehwal vs PV Sindhu in the offing at Indonesia Open
indiatimes.com - 11 hours ago
Three-time champion Saina Nehwal is likely to clash with fellow Indian PV Sindhu in the Indonesia Open Superseries Premier next month.
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New pharmacy rules 'to cut errors'
bbc.co.uk - 8 hours ago
The government hopes a new "no-fault" airline-style error reporting system for chemists will help identify and reduce dispensing mistakes.
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Organised chaos shuts down CBD
dailytelegraph.com.au - 9 hours ago
BODIES were strewn across CBD streets, cars crushed were with concrete and a train ‘derailed’ in a massive drill to test our capacity to deal with a catastrophe in the city.
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