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Daily Archives: Sep 10, 2015

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The head of a giant Lenin statue has been unearthed in Germany, 24 years after it was buried in a forest. Workers dug up the...

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According to the White House, President Barack Obama has called for the US to prepare to accept "at least" 10,000 Syrian refugees in 2016. That...

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Stephen Colbert has made his debut as CBS’ Late Show host, succeeding David Letterman who retired in May after 33 years. George Clooney and Republican...

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Standard & Poor's has cut Brazil’s sovereign debt rating to "junk" status. As a result, Brazil has lost its investment-grade rating. S&P said mounting political turmoil...

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According to UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), August 2015 saw a 5.2% fall in global food prices, the biggest drop since 2008. The FAO...

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Hyundai Motor union workers voted to strike on September 10 after being unable to reach a deal in wage talks. The union and management agreed...

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Asian stock markets were mostly lower on September 10 as economic data from Japan and China made investors cautious. After surging almost 8% on September...

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California has dropped plans to cut gasoline use in half by 2030, after intense oil industry lobbying. Governor Jerry Brown and other senior lawmakers had...

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A new human-like species have been discovered in a burial chamber deep in a cave system in South Africa, BBC reported. According to researchers, the...

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Former professional tennis player James Blake has been mistakenly detained in New York as he waited for a car to take him to the...

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The Hungarian army has begun exercises to prepare for a possible future role in guarding the southern border to try to stem the influx...

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Anti-virus mogul John McAfee has confirmed he is running for president in 2016. John McAfee, who founded an anti-virus company of the same name, filed...

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China’s rising food prices pushed up inflation to a one-year high in the world's second largest economy. The consumer price index (CPI) unexpectedly rose to...

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Hundreds of thousands of people in Japan have been advised to evacuate their homes, as the country is on high alert over heavy rains...

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They say lightning never strikes the same place twice…. What a common misconception, lightning is more likely to strike the same place again which explains...