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1. Things You Need To Know Before Undergoing A Hair Transplant07:30[−]
If you are planning to undergo a hair transplant, you will have a lot of questions in your mind such as the benefits, risks and even the cost of hair transplants. We understand that getting a hair transplant is definitely a great decision that you will need to put a lot of thoughts into. Here is what you need to know about the procedure. This is not a magic procedure The hair transplant is definitely a great process that can make a lot...

2. Boko Haram Kills Kidnapped Aid Worker In Nigeria07:20[−]
A second aid worker who had been kidnapped by Boko Haram for several months was killed on Wednesday after a negotiation deadline expired, according to CNN. Midwife Hauwa Mohammed Liman, 24, was killed by her captors after the first aid worker she was kidnapped with was killed in September. Nigeria's Minister of Information and Culture Alhaji Lai Mohammed said the killing was"dastardly, inhuman and ungodly" since "nothing can justify the shedding of the blood of innocent people." She was kidnapped with two International Committee of the Red Cross (IRC) workers in March this year when a faction of Boko Haram attacked a military facility. She had been working as a nurse in a hospital supported...

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3. HDFC puts out notice to auction family house of Sanjay Chandra07:13[−]
New Delhi: As their real estate empire crumbles, Chandras of Unitech may even lose their family home to lenders. Mortgage lender HDFC has put out notices to auction Sanjay Chandra’s house in the upmarket Hauz Khas area in South Delhi. Unitech managing director Sanjay Chandra...

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4. YouTube reports widespread outage and users panic07:08[−]
YouTube is experiencing outages and engineers are working to restore access, the world’s biggest online video sharing and streaming service said. “Thanks for your reports about...

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5. With 'Horseface,' Trump initiates another personal attack on a female adversary06:48[−]
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump on Tuesday insulted adult-film actress Stormy Daniels by calling her "Horseface," the latest example in his long-standing pattern of attempting to undercut female adversaries with jabs at their physical appearance. Daniels and her attorney Michael Avenatti, a possible 2020 presidential contender who has aggressively criticized Trump, responded with mocking references to Trump's genitals and accused him of hating women. The remarkably crude spat on Twitter - which began with Trump cheering the dismissal of Daniels' defamation lawsuit against him - represented the third time in as many weeks that the president has gone out of his way to attack a...

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6. Video Streaming Platform YouTube Faces Worldwide Outage06:45[−]
Video streaming platform YouTube has witnessed a worldwide outage. People from across the world started to notice that the video service’s website and mobile apps...

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7. Weinstein lawyer: Harvey can return to make important, brilliant films06:13[−]
Harvey Weinstein could return to the entertainment industry and make “important, brilliant films”, his lawyer has said. Weinstein was one of Hollywood’s most powerful producers before dozens of women – including many high-profile actresses – came forward to allege he had sexually assaulted them, with accusations ranging from inappropriate touching to rape. His downfall led to the rise in prominence of the #MeToo movement as well as to a wider debate about the treatment of women. Harvey Weinstein looks on while his lawyer Benjamin Brafman speaks during a hearing in New York (Steven...

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8. Bill Clinton and the #MeToo conversation06:07[−]
THERE’S a particular hell we are all dragged back to with nearly every thoughtful #MeToo conversation, and that hell is Bill Clinton. Whether he was an abuser. Whether he was just a horndog. Whether women can still support him (Do they still support him? Which women? Support how?). On Sunday morning, those questions came up again via the morning news shows, when CBS correspondent Tony Dokoupil asked Hillary Clinton whether her husband should have resigned after the Lewinsky affair. “Absolutely not,” replied the former senator, presidential candidate and secretary of state. “It wasn’t an abuse of power?” Dokoupil pressed. “No, no,” she said. And as Dokoupil raised a sceptical eyebrow at the...

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9. Cuban, Bolivian Diplomats Disrupt UN Meeting Called By US Concerning Political Prisoners06:06[−]
Diplomats from Cuba and Bolivia shouted during a meeting of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) being held as the United States launched a campaign discussing the struggles of Cuban political prisoners on Tuesday, according to The Associated Press. U.S. envoy to the ECOSOC Kelley Currie continued through the shouting protests, delivering her remarks before being followed by several other speakers who discussed the political prisoners, including Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) Luis Almagro. “I have never in my life seen diplomats behave the way that the Cuban delegation did today. It was really shocking and disturbing,” Currie told reporters...

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10. The crypto token that wants to save journalism is offering refunds05:28[−]
On October 16, 2018, Civil Media, a company designing a cryptocurrency that would enable readers to vote on whether newsrooms can submit stories to its publishing platform, announced the conclusion of its token sale (aka “initial coin offering” or “ICO”). After a monthlong push, Civil fell far short of its $8 million soft target for the ICO, attracting just $1.4 million from supporters. Originally, Civil’s fundraising period was two weeks long, but the company...

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11. Spain Predicted To Have The Longest Life Expectancy In The World By 204005:16[−]
Spanish people are predicted to have some of the longest life expectancies within just a few decades, edging out Japan for the top spot, according to a new study published this week. The authors said most of the reason why Spain was number one was due to their diet, while cautioning health officials that the biggest threats to our long-term health were obesity, high blood pressure and blood sugar, tobacco, and drinking alcohol. The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation in Seattle, US, which has produced the forecasts said even though Japan had been in the top spot for years, their fall was mostly due to men's health. “Men are not doing so well,” said Dr. Christopher Murray, director of...

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12. Earliest Evidence Of Animal Life Dates Back 100 Million Years Farther Than Previously Thought04:46[−]
Scientists now believe animals have been around more than 100 million years longer than previously thought, IFL Science reports. Around 541 million years ago, life on Earth began to blossom as new, complex species started to appear. This is clearly evident in our fossil record, and the event is known as the Cambrian explosion. But it seems animal life appeared long before this took place. Researchers led by the University of California, Riverside, have discovered traces of life in ancient oils and rocks found in Siberia, Oman, and India, which date back a vast 635-660 million years to the Neoproterozoic era. The findings are published in the journal Nature Ecology & Evolution. The team found...

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13. DropCatch Making A Killing Offering Domains In Pre-Release Auctions04:30[−]
Using its ultra-fast servers, DropCatch is “showing us the money” auctioning off expired domains that drop, Domain Gang reported Tuesday. In a matter of microseconds, DropCatch has been earning thousands of dollars to catch these domains, the report said. Now, Domain Gang reports, DropCatch says it is expanding their services; not every caught domain gets renewed, so now they are adding those domains to a separate auction lot. DropCatch’s announcement says all such auctions begin at $10, and include a free year of registration, the report said. Auctions last for seven days, and the usual account verification requirements apply. – WN.com, Jack Durschlag...

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14. Court Ruling On Student Loan Protections Is Setback For DeVos04:05[−]
A federal court on Tuesday cleared the way for Obama-era student loan borrower protections to take effect, handing a defeat to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos after she fought for more than a year to stop the rules, Politico reported. The rules make it easier for defrauded students to get their federal loans forgiven, and they also prohibit colleges from forcing students to resolve complaints through arbitration, rather than going to court. U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss rejected a request by a group representing for-profit colleges to halt the regulations. Consumer groups that have defended the Obama-era rules celebrated the ruling, saying it was an important step forward especially for...

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15. Dropped Domain Name Speedwagon.com Back In Rock Group's Possession03:59[−]
Originally registered in 1996, the domain Speedwagon.com expired and was lost last month, Domain Gang reported Tuesday. Legendary rock supergroup REO Speedwagon owned the domain nearly two decades, but the unthinkable happened, the report said. At auction, Speedwagon.com sold for $3,550 on DropCatch, Domain Gang reported. After a few months, the domain is currently back in the hands of the rock group, the report said. Sporting a brand new 2018 registration date, Domain Gang reported, Speedwagon.com forwards to REOSpeedwagon.com, with interesting WHOIS information hidden – the registrant of the site is none other than Diane Ricci, the group’s business manager. This is proof the domain isn’t...

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16. WHO Holds Emergency Meeting About Growing Ebola Outbreak In DRC03:49[−]
The World Health Organization convened an emergency meeting on Wednesday to determine if the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo constitutes as a public health emergency of international concern, according to Voice of America. This is the DRC's second Ebola outbreak this year and tenth overall, but the current number of cases have spread into the country's northeast where rebel attacks have threatened the health care workers who are doing field work to catch new cases and help families provide sanitary burials for the deceased. Congo's health ministry said as of Wednesday there were 179 confirmed cases, including 104 deaths, across the North Kivu and Ituri...

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17. Research finds link between time online and obesity in children03:41[−]
Young children who spend a lot of time online or watching commercial television are much more likely to be obese and ask their parents to buy them junk food, a new survey has found....

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18. Chinese Communist Party Expels Former General After He Committed Suicide03:38[−]
The ruling Communist Party of China has expelled a former senior general who killed himself last year during a corruption probe, Newsweek reports. Zhang Yang, a former member of the Central Military Commission and head of its Political Work Department, had his Communist Party membership posthumously revoked and any of his property pertaining to the investigation was set to be confiscated, according to a People's Liberation Army statement cited Tuesday by China's official Xinhua News Agency. He was previously stripped of his rank by the Chinese armed forces, it added. The military had reportedly found Zhang guilty of offering and accepting bribes, as well as being in possession of vast...

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19. sexual contacts social network03:15[−]
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20. Canada Set To Become Largest Country Ever To Legalize Recreational Marijuana03:03[−]
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ran his 2015 campaign on a promise to legalize marijuana for recreational use and will now see Canada become the largest country in the world to do so on Wednesday, according to USA Today. The move could start a global revolution concerning the legalization of marijuana as Canada is undertaking a massive amount of research to help better understand the medical reasons for using cannabis and could help improve the plant's image compared to alcohol and tobacco. Canada will officially become the highest-profile country to tax, regulate, and monitor the growth, distribution, and sale of recreational marijuana beginning tomorrow in a number of government-run...

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21. Airstrike Kills 60 Islamist Extremist Fighters In Somalia, U.S. Military Says02:59[−]
A U.S. airstrike has killed 60 Islamist extremist fighters in Somalia, in one of the deadliest ever such operations against the al-Shabaab organization in the unstable eastern African country, The Guardian reports. The U.S. military said Friday’s airstrike occurred near the al-Shabaab-controlled community of Harardere in Mudug province in the central part of the country. According to its assessment, no civilians were injured or killed. It was the most lethal U.S. airstrike since the November 2017 attack that killed about 100 al-Shabab fighters. The statement gave no further details about what was targeted, and a U.S. military spokesman said it was not a camp.The U.S. has carried out more...

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22. Dennis Hof, Brothel Owner And Nevada Legislature Candidate, Dies At 7202:26[−]
The brothel-owning, evangelical Christian-backed Republican Nevada state legislature candidate who nicknamed himself the “Trump from Pahrump,” died on Tuesday, a local sheriff’s office said, Reuters reports. Dennis Hof, 72, styled himself as America’s best-known pimp, a strip-club owner who ran multiple brothels. His political rise reflected fundamental changes in electoral norms that have roiled the Republican Party and upended American politics during the era of President Donald Trump. “This really is the Trump movement,” Hof said in a June interview at Moonlite BunnyRanch, his brothel near his home in Pahrump, Nevada. “People will set aside for a moment their moral beliefs, their...

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23. Cotton Farmers Say Hurricane Michael Destroyed 'Crop Of A Lifetime' In Hours01:47[−]
Every October, the fields along Highway 319 in southern Georgia look like clouds – acres and acres of white, puffy cotton broken up by groves of pine trees. But not this year, CNN reports. The images of damage from Mexico Beach and the Florida Panhandle are horrific. But Hurricane Michael's ferocious winds have done catastrophic damage across south Georgia's cotton fields and pecan tree groves, too. "It's painful to see all these years of work, in six hours' matter of time taken away from me," says Tom Windhausen, 60, who runs a farm in the fittingly named community of Cotton, Georgia. The veteran cotton grower, like other farmers who spoke to CNN, said he had a cotton "crop of lifetime"...

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24. U.S. Pastor Says He Didn't Know For 18 Months Why Turkey Was Detaining Him01:16[−]
After much uncertainty and multiple trials, an American pastor detained in Turkey for two years is beginning to re-adjust to life back in the United States, CBS News reports. Pastor Andrew Brunson and his wife, Norine, told "CBS This Morning" Tuesday they will be staying put in the U.S. for now. "I don't think we can go back right now. I'm one of the most hated people in Turkey." – Andrew Brunson But their love for Turkey remains. "We love it. We love the people. We have dear friends there. We pray for its blessing," Norine said. Brunson, who lived in Turkey for more than 20 years and oversaw a Presbyterian church there, was charged with espionage and links to a terrorist...

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25. 7 killed, almost 80 injured in Morocco train derailment00:15[−]
RABAT, MOROCCO — At least seven people died and nearly 80 were injured after a shuttle train linking the Moroccan capital to a town farther north on the Atlantic coast derailed Tuesday, authorities at the accident site said. The train derailed about halfway between Rabat and the town of Kenitra, near the city of Sale. Tangled in the wreckage were doors and seats that had been gouged out of place,...

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26. Pompeo Meets With Saudi King, Prince To Discuss Khashoggi Disappearance InvestigationВт., 16 окт.[−]
The United States said Saudi Arabia's crown prince agreed to hold a thorough and transparent investigation into the disappearance of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, while other media reports released on Tuesday said Riyadh was preparing to acknowledged he was killed during an interrogation gone wrong, according to Reuters. The U.S. resident and critic of the crown prince vanished on Oct. 2 after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, in order to receive documents before his wedding as his fiancee waited outside. Turkish officials said they believe Saudi officials murdered Khashoggi in the consulate and dismembered his body before removing it from the premises, but the...

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27. Nicaragua Releases 30 Anti-Ortega Protesters After International Outcry Over ArrestsВт., 16 окт.[−]
The Nicaraguan government released 30 people on Tuesday who were arrested during anti-government protests on Sunday after international human rights groups and the Organization of American States (OAS) spoke out over their detention, according to BBC News. The leader of a protest group critical of President Daniel Ortega, who has faced numerous protests throughout this year calling for his resignation, said it was clear there was zero evidence found about those who were detained. The protesters who marched on Sunday defied a declaration issued by Ortega in late September which said anti-government protests were now considered illegal. Police claimed the protesters did not have proper...

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28. Ethiopian Reformist Prime Minister Abiy Names Record Number Of Women To CabinetВт., 16 окт.[−]
Ethiopia's new prime minister announced his new cabinet on Tuesday which for the first time in Africa's second-most-populous nation's history would be half female, according to The Washington Post. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was elected by the ruling party after Ethiopia faced years of anti-government protests and promised to embark on a first-term full of reform and deliver free and fair elections by 2020. After seven months in office, Abiy has already released thousands of political prisoners, promised to open up the country's economy, and made peace with a long-term enemy, Eritrea. The new cabinet not only reduces ministerial positions from 28 down to 20 but also has women in the top...

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29. Sentsov May Not Survive After Hunger Strike, Cousin SaysВт., 16 окт.[−]
Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov, who ended his nearly five-month hunger strike in a Russian prison earlier this month, may not survive because of damage to his health, his cousin says. "Almost all his organs are severely affected," including liver,...

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30. Deadline Passes For Idlib Demilitarized Zone But Some Jihadists Are Refusing To LeaveВт., 16 окт.[−]
The Russian-Turkish truce agreement to establish a demilitarized zone between government and opposition forces in Syria's northwestern Idlib province was reached nearly a month ago, but some radical fighters have not left the area in spite of an October 15th deadline, according to Radio Free Europe. Some militant groups did not leave before Monday's deadline to create the buffer zone, prompting threats from the Syrian government that it would resume its military campaign in the area. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem said the military was prepared to "eradicate" militants who remained in Idlib but said Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would give Russia time to determine how to move...

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31. Commons Speaker faces demands to quit in wake of bullying probeВт., 16 окт.[−]
Speaker John Bercow was told the “fish rots from the head” as MPs lined up to call for him to quit after an independent probe laid bare the bullying culture in the Commons. Mr Bercow announced that he wants complaints about bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct in the Commons to be investigated by an outside body. But he is facing intense pressure to stand down over his leadership on the issue, as well as allegations he bullied officials – claims he strongly denies. Watch @MariaMillerUK tell Speaker John Bercow to his face that he should quit in the wake of the Westminster bullying investigation by Dame Laura Cox QC. pic.twitter.com/X26iUwNThp— David Wilcock (@DavidWilcockPA)...

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32. Spain gets reality check after good start under Luis EnriqueВт., 16 окт.[−]
MADRID (AP) - It took less than a half to bring Spain back to reality. Three goals before the break in a 3-2 loss to England were enough to turn all the hype into concern, and to prompt the first wave of criticism against coach Luis Enrique. The defensive collapse ... ......

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33. Nicole Kidman: Being Married to Tom Cruise Protected Me from Sexual HarassmentВт., 16 окт.[−]
These days, Nicole Kidman rarely, if ever, discusses her relationship to Tom Cruise. The pair were married from 1990—after meeting on the set of Days of Thunder in late 1989—to 2001. At the beginning of their relationship, Cruise was already a highly bankable star, while Kidman was a 22-year-old rising actress, still carving out her path in Hollywood; Days of Thunder...

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34. Wall Street set to rebound on strong results from UnitedHealth, GoldmanВт., 16 окт.[−]
By Medha Singh (Reuters) - Wall Street was set to recover on Tuesday as upbeat earnings reports from blue-chip companies helped ease jitters over the impact of an ongoing U.S.-China trade war and other global issues on corporate profits. Shares of Morgan Stanley rose 2.6 percent and Goldman Sachs 1.5 percent in premarket trading after the two lenders wrapped up earnings from the top six U.S. banks, with better-than-expected quarterly profits, driven in part...

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35. Arsenal news: Alexandre Lacazette not impressed with lacklustre Premier League atmosphereВт., 16 окт.[−]
Alexandre Lacazette has said Premier League crowds have nothing on Ligue 1. The France international, 27, is in his second season playing for Arsenal, but believes the atmosphere when he played in his home country with Lyon was better than in England. Lacazette began his career playing for Lyon, scoring 129 goals in almost 300 appearances before departing for Arsenal in 2017, for ?46.5m. Speaking to local newspaper Le Progres, Lacazette said: “I miss the...

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36. Barcelona Join Manchester United in January Race for Spurs Defender as Contract Runs DownВт., 16 окт.[−]
Barcelona have joined Manchester United in the race to sign Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld, with the Belgian defender's days in north London numbered. Alderweireld's contract expires this summer and, while Spurs have the option to extend his deal by a further year, doing so would activate a clause which would allow him to be bought for just ?25m in the final two weeks...

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37. German CSU leader Seehofer wants Merkel coalition to workВт., 16 окт.[−]
By Paul Carrel BERLIN, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel's leading critic in her coalition government said on Tuesday he wanted the ruling alliance to work, batting away calls for his own resignation after a dismal result for his party...

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38. Audi fined $927 million for diesel violations by German prosecutorsВт., 16 окт.[−]
A premium German car brand Audi was fined 800 million euros which are around $927 million for violations tied to heavily polluting six- and eight-cylinder diesel engines. Audi...

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39. Trump resumes 'Pocahontas' moniker after Warren DNA testВт., 16 окт.[−]
(CNN)President Donald Trump resurfaced his "Pocahontas" nickname for Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday, a day after the Massachusetts senator released a DNA test. In a series of tweets, Trump revived and amplified the controversy over the claimed Native American heritage of Warren, a potential 2020 challenger. "Pocahontas (the bad version),...

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40. Hacking online job profilesВт., 16 окт.[−]
For job hunters these days, the face of job hunting has changed. You can search a plethora of online portals where companies and recruitment agencies advertise job vacancies. This sounds fairly simple. Yet, the technology that’s intended to enhance job hunting has become a constraint in itself. Finding a job can sometimes be quite a daunting task. In South Africa, for instance, the current unemployment rate is 27.2%, and 55% of that is comprised of youth 15 to 35 years old. While there are many contributing factors, access to job opportunities is often inhibited by onerous processes that could be streamlined. Re-inventing the wheel When applying for a job, you need to create an online job...

41. Trump raises more than $100m for 2020 re-election campaignВт., 16 окт.[−]
Donald Trump has raised more than $100m for his 2020 re-election campaign. The US president raised $18m (?13.6m) during the July to September fundraising quarter, according to Federal Election Commission filings. It means his campaign has raised $106m (?80.3m) since he took office nearly two years ago. The haul will likely give Mr Trump a significant advantage over whichever Democratic candidate challenges him in 2020. Donald Trump defends mocking sexual assault victim Christine Blasey Ford: ‘It doesn’t matter. We won’ Mr Trump took the unusual decision to file for re-election on the day he took office. Incumbent presidents have traditionally waited until after...

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42. Cryptocurrency Daily News Bulletin: October 16, 2018Вт., 16 окт.[−]
General News Bitbox, the cryptocurrency exchange launched by Japanese messaging giant LINE, has announced it is now listing its own token for trading against several major crypto assets. The LINK (LN) now has trading pairs against bitcoin, ethereum and tether. LINE are also launching three new dApps focusing on various types of product review, via which users can earn LINK tokens in return for contributions. Bitfinex have claimed that withdrawal services are back up and running – operating "without the slightest interference" – but many users still seem to be experiencing issues. Binance also suspended withdrawals of tether yesterday because of heightened activity. However, CEO Zhao still...

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43. Urban planning guide: improve the outdoor facilities of your cityВт., 16 окт.[−]
We all know the busy cities where the pollution produced by the heavy traffic is making the air quality incredibly dangerous for the citizens who, in time, they risk to develop many health problems. The local council of any city should focus on creating a healthier and prosper environment for its citizens. Outdoor spaces have a great importance for the health and well-being of the citizens. Apart from the fact that the air quality is improved considerably in a city that has many outdoor places rich in many species of trees and plants, it is also proved that it has a strong positive effect on the mental well-being of the citizens because the recreation facilities help them reduce stress and...

44. Estimating stored carbon stock in oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) plantation by age group in PT daria dharma pratama plantation Bengkulu Indonesia | IJAARВт., 16 окт.[−]
Estimating stored carbon stock in oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) plantation by age group in PT daria dharma pratama plantation Bengkulu Indonesia By: Yuliyanto, Dede Setiadi, Sulistijorini Key Words: Carbon biomass, Oil palm plantation, PT DDP. Int. J. Agr. Agri. Res. 8(1), 81-86, January 2016.Abstract The increasing concentration of carbon in the atmosphere is a serious environmental problem that can affect living system on earth. The increase in greenhouse gas emissions caused global warming that will affect the world climate change and rising sea levels. Climate change will disrupt farming system in both the micro and macro scale. Estimation of forest carbon emissions is one of the...

45. Under growing EU pressure, May meets her ministers on BrexitВт., 16 окт.[−]
By Elizabeth Piper and Alastair Macdonald LONDON/BRUSSELS, Oct 16 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will discuss Brexit with her ministers on Tuesday, under pressure to rethink her plans from both some members of her Conservative Party and the European Union. A day before May heads to Brussels for a summit, a senior EU official again made clear that parts of May's plan could not work and said the time was...

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46. Palynological and seed micromorphological studies on Plantago L. species in NE Iran | JBESВт., 16 окт.[−]
By: Tala’t Hoghoughi, Azarnoosh Jafari, Homa Mahmoodzadeh Key Words: Palynology, Micromorphology, Iran, Plantago, pollen. J. Bio. Env. Sci. 8(1), 133-138, January 2016. Abstract This study has examined palynological and seed micromorphological characteristics of eight Plantago species growing in NE Iran. There are a few reports about Plantago pollen and seed. So above studies was done on Plantago species for assessing the variation of seed and pollen features. For this, the pollen and seed were noticed by SEM. Some differences such as Polar axis lenght/Equatorial length axis, shape and ornamentation were perceived. According to the results, seed ornamentation showed significant variation...

47. 3D Audio Market to Surpass US$ 14,812 Million by 2026Вт., 16 окт.[−]
Published On : Oct 12, 2018 The global 3D audio market was valued at US$ 3,746.9 million in 2017 and is projected to reach US$ 14,812 million by 2026, exhibiting a CAGR of 16.5% over the forecast period, according to Global 3D Audio Market Report, by Component Type (Hardware (Loudspeakers, Headphones, Microphones/Mic, Sound Bars, and Others), Software, and Services), by End-use (Personal/In-house (Mobile Devices, Home Theater, and Gaming) and Commercial (Automobile, Cinema, Music, Gaming, VR Concerts, and Others)), and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, The Middle East, and Africa), published by Coherent Market Insights. 3D audio devices are significantly gaining...

48. Under-age puppies and heavily pregnant dogs being smuggled to UKВт., 16 окт.[−]
The Government must take urgent action to stop under-age puppies and heavily pregnant dogs being smuggled across Europe for sale in the UK, campaigners said. An undercover investigation by the Dogs Trust found animals were being forced to travel more than 1,000 miles across Europe in ‘shocking’ conditions to meet the demand for fashionable breeds of dogs. The Dogs Trust said that as the UK leaves the EU, the Government should redraw the non-commercial pet travel rules, which are being exploited to smuggle puppies to the UK from central and eastern Europe. An undercover investigation by the Dogs Trust found animals were being forced to travel more than 1,000 miles across Europe in ‘shocking’...

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49. The Nord Stream 2 - a Trojan virus for EuropeВт., 16 окт.[−]
Modern world experiences a very difficult period of economic cataclysms, geopolitical and military conflicts, breach of international treaties, and post-war transformations in Europe. In this atmosphere of mistrust, contradictions and political pressure any economic project should be estimated comprehensively and giving due account to all positive and negative sides. Today the Nord Stream 2 project is the most contradictory both in economic and political dimensions. It provides a new weapon which by design, image and likeness may be compared to the well-known group of Trojan viruses. This malicious program cause harm to the target computer systems. It appears to be a useful software at first...

50. Asian shares gain, but inflation drags on Chinese benchmarksВт., 16 окт.[−]
SINGAPORE (AP) — Asian markets were mostly higher on Tuesday, though Chinese benchmarks fell after the government reported inflation rose for a fourth straight month. Hopes that President Donald Trump may meet his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the Group of 20 summit in November lifted sentiment. KEEPING SCORE: Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 jumped 1.3 percent to 22,549.24. The Kospi in South Korea was flat at 2,145.12. Hong Kong’s Hang...

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