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Climate change fragmenting Chile’s Patagonian Ice Field

Climate change fragmenting Chile’s Patagonian Ice Field 0

🕔12:51, 24.May 2019

Chile’s enormous Southern Patagonian Ice Field has split into two parts in its southern region and will likely continue fragmenting as a result of the effects of climate change according to Chilean scientists.Located in the Andes mountain range between Chile

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Self-driving trucks begin mail delivery trial for U.S. Postal Service

Self-driving trucks begin mail delivery trial for U.S. Postal Service 0

🕔12:45, 24.May 2019

The U.S. Postal Service started a two-week trial transporting mail across three Southwestern states using self-driving trucks, in another step towards commercialized autonomous vehicle technology for hauling freight.San Diego-based startup TuSimple said its self-driving trucks will begin hauling mail between

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Firefighters execute controlled burn to contain Alberta wildfire

Firefighters execute controlled burn to contain Alberta wildfire 0

🕔12:35, 24.May 2019

Firefighters continued executing a controlled burn around the town of High Level in Alberta in an effort to control the wildfire that has ravaged over 97,600 hectares of forest and threatened the small Canadian town. Video obtained by Reuters shows

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Labour party wins Dutch vote in European election – exit poll

Labour party wins Dutch vote in European election – exit poll 0

🕔12:31, 24.May 2019

The Labour party of European Commissioner Frans Timmermans won a surprise victory in a Dutch election for European Parliament, an exit poll showed, easily beating a Eurosceptic challenger who had been topping the polls.The leading social democrat candidate to head

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White tiger triplets get first check-up at Chile zoo

White tiger triplets get first check-up at Chile zoo 0

🕔13:19, 23.May 2019

Three gorgeous, month-old white Bengal tiger cubs got their first medical check up at a zoo in central Chile.The triplets were briefly separated from their mother to be weighed and examined by veterinary staff at the Parque Safari Zoo in

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NY Historical Society organizes series of exhibits for Stonewall anniversary

NY Historical Society organizes series of exhibits for Stonewall anniversary 0

🕔13:13, 23.May 2019

Celebrations for the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion are already underway with the New York York Historical Society (NYHS) rolling out a series of exhibits on the past half-century of struggle and pride. The media were shown the exhibits

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Video shows U.S. aircraft carrier in the Red Sea and Arabian Sea

Video shows U.S. aircraft carrier in the Red Sea and Arabian Sea 0

🕔12:56, 23.May 2019

The United States and its supporters do not dare attack Iran because of its “spirit of resistance,” a senior Revolutionary Guards commander was quoted as saying.Tensions have spiked between Iran and the United States after Washington sent more military forces

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Six Brazilians die in suspected gas leak in Chile

Six Brazilians die in suspected gas leak in Chile 0

🕔12:50, 23.May 2019

Six Brazilian nationals died in Santiago, Chile from a reported gas leak, according to officials. According to reports, four adults and two minors of Brazilian nationality died inside a sixth-floor apartment due to carbon monoxide poisoning. The identities of those

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India begins vote counting

India begins vote counting 0

🕔12:45, 23.May 2019

India began counting hundreds of millions of votes in its general election, with a coalition led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party already preparing to form the next government.The National Democratic Alliance (NDA), led by Modi’s Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata

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Risk of nuclear war now highest since WW2, U.N. arms research chief says

Risk of nuclear war now highest since WW2, U.N. arms research chief says 0

🕔12:35, 22.May 2019

The risk of nuclear weapons being used is at its highest since World War Two, a senior U.N. security expert said, calling it an “urgent” issue that the world should take more seriously. Renata Dwan, director of the U.N. Institute

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