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Alpine Avalanche Leaves Six Dead In Italy

Six skiers were killed Saturday morning in an Alpine avalanche in Italy at more than 3,000 meters on Mount Nevoso, also commonly known as Snowy Mountain, in South Tyrol, close to the Austrian border. According to a fire department spokeswoman,…

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EU Allocates 700 Million Euros To Aid Member Countries Sheltering Refugees

The European Union unveiled Wednesday a 700-million-euro emergency aid plan for the countries including Greece which are hit by migrant crisis. Meanwhile, the UN too has warned of humanitarian crisis as refugees in hundreds and thousands have been stuck at…

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Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Further Delayed, Releasing On May 10

Hopefully this may be the final delay. The Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has been delayed again to April 2016. Earlier it was delayed to March 2016. CEO and president of Sony Computer Entertainment America, Shawn Layden, revealed with his…

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Saudi-Led Air Campaign Kills 30 In Yemeni Capital Sanaa

A Saudi-led air coalition strike targeted three rebel vehicles in the rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on Saturday killing at least thirty Huthi insurgents and civilians. According to rebel-controlled Saba news agency, the death toll may be sixty civilians. The airstrike…

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Syria Crisis Unclear Lately. NATO Fails To Caution Members

The Syria crisis is now seen getting spilled into a wider war as lack of clarity of intention is extremely dangerous. The same happened during the start of First and Second World Wars. The latest cease-fire, after several broken ones,…

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Sea Levels Found Rising Faster In A Reconstructed History Of 3,000 Years

Scientists have reconstructed the history of sea levels over a long period of more than 3,000 years finding the rate increased in 20th century and it was extremely faster. A climate scientist at Rutgers University, Bob Kopp, said it is…

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United Nations’ Annual Report Reveals Afghanistan’s Civilian Casualties At Record High In 2015

In the annual report the United Nations reveals women and children are again bearing the brunt of war in Afghanistan with the Taliban. The civilian casualties have risen to record high with a total of 3,545 deaths and 7,457 injuries…

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Christchurch Hit By 5.7-Magnitude Quake, No Casualties Reported

A 5.7-magnitude earthquake jolted Christchurch shortly after 1 p.m. (local time) Sunday following with up to 3.5-magnitude aftershocks. A cliff has collapsed near the beach suburb of Sumner but no serious injuries have been reported. GeoNet initially measured the quake…

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Scientists Develop Tool That Can Detect Prostate Cancer By Smelling

Scientists have developed a new tool and claims it could detect prostate cancer by just smelling the condition. Dubbed as Odoreader, the device uses a gas chromatography sensor system and was successful in testing phases. It has inspired by dogs…

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Pregnant Women Suggested Not To Visit Zika Active Zones By WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) seems to be more concerned about Zika virus than what it was for Ebola about a year ago. Lately it has cautioned pregnant women from traveling to active Zika zones citing the link with birth…

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