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‘My son was in no rush’: Woman miraculously gives birth to twins with 2.5 months in between

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A woman from Kazakhstan has given birth to two children, two-and-a-half months apart, due to her body’s unique features. Medics say it’s a miracle that both babies are alive and well. It usually takes around nine months to produce a new human life, but’s not the case for Liliya Konovalova from the town of Uralsk Read More

‘Proof he has gone mad’ – Trump ridiculed over plan to buy Greenland

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By Rachael Kennedy, news reporter Donald Trump has reportedly expressed an interest in buying the island of Greenland – sparking a bemused reaction from Danish MPs. The US president is said to have discussed a potential purchase of the autonomous Danish territory during a private meeting with aides and advisers. But there appears to be Read More

‘Final proof he has gone mad’ – Trump ridiculed over plan to buy Greenland

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By Rachael Kennedy, news reporter Donald Trump has reportedly expressed an interest in buying the island of Greenland – sparking a bemused reaction from Danish MPs. The US president is said to have discussed a potential purchase of the autonomous Danish territory during a private meeting with aides and advisers. But there appears to be Read More

Genetic study implicates humans in demise of prehistoric cave bear

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Genetic research that reconstructed the past population dynamics of the cave bear, a prominent prehistoric denizen of Europe, implicates Homo sapiens rather than climate cooling in the Ice Age extinction of these brawny plant-loving beasts. The skull of an extinct cave bear from the Natural History Museum in Belgrade, Serbia, is seen Read More

Colonial time bomb: How specter of British Empire still haunts Kashmir

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The dispute over the region of Kashmir has once again set India and Pakistan headlong on the path to conflict. Arguably the longest conflict of the modern times between the nuclear powers reflect a bitter legacy of British rule. The dispute over Kashmir has been a searing wound for decades. It is one of the longest conflicts Read More

Captive breeding employed to rescue Chile’s national animal, a shy deer

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SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Scientists seeking to increase the dwindling population of Chile’s national animal, the shy Huemul deer, have released their first captive-bred pair into the wild in a pivotal step in the drive to save the endangered species from extinction. The Huemul, which appears on the Chilean national coat of arms along with the Read More

Hong Kong native Jackie Chan takes part in pro-Beijing campaign to protect national flag

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Chinese megastar Jackie Chan has said that he was heartbroken by the mass unrest that has rattled his native Hong Kong, and supported the state TV’s initiative to protect the national flag ‘desecrated’ by protesters. The world-famous actor and Kung Fu master Jackie Chan has thrown his weight behind Beijing over the mass protests that Read More

Guyana isn’t ready for its pending oil riches, but ExxonMobil is

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By Kevin Crowley on 8/13/2019 HOUSTON (Bloomberg Markets) – This tiny nation on the north coast of South America is about to become the world’s newest petrostate—and potentially the richest. In 2015, ExxonMobil made what one of its executives described as a “fairy tale” discovery in the vast Stabroek exploration block off the Guyanese coast. Read More

Texas power demand sets record high as heat wave bakes U.S. Southeast

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(Reuters) – Demand for electricity in Texas hit a record on Monday as consumers cranked up their air conditioners to escape a heat wave that is currently baking much of the Southeastern United States, according to the state’s power grid operator. High temperatures in Houston, the state’s biggest city by population, hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit Read More