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French Open 2017: Andy Murray storms into quarter finals with 650th win

French Open 2017: Andy Murray storms into quarter finals with 650th win

I am grateful that I can still perform in front of everyone". Khachanov was given brief hope when he levelled at 4-4 but, as in the second set, he could hold onto his subsequent service game and M...

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New smart speaker expected as Apple kicks off conference

New versions of Apple software - including macOS 10.13, watchOS 4, iOS 11 and tvOS 11 - are sure-fire inclusions. New indoor maps of areas like malls and airports indicated that Apple might be l...

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India hopes new rocket can carry humans into space

India hopes new rocket can carry humans into space

The Indian Space Research Organisation ( ISRO ) is all set to add a new feather to its cap by sending out India's heaviest communication satellite atop its powerful and one-of-its-kind GSLV-Mk III...

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Putin dismisses U.S. claims about Trump, Russia and elections

Putin dismisses U.S. claims about Trump, Russia and elections

Army general who is the subject of several investigations at home.U.S. President Donald Trump fired Flynn in February for failing to disclose the content of his talks with Sergei Kislyak, Russia's a...

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Another Attack in London

A short time later, police received reports of stabbings in the nearby Borough Market. "Armed officers responded and shots have been fired", Metropolitan police said in a statement on twitter . He sa...

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Hackers break into centralized password manager OneLogin

Hackers break into centralized password manager OneLogin

In the blog post, OneLogin chief information security officer Alvaro Hoyos said an unknown party gained unauthorized access to OneLogin's servers running in the United States. In 2015, rival Last...

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LIGO detects third gravitational wave event from ancient black hole collision

LIGO detects third gravitational wave event from ancient black hole collision

The observatory made its historic first detection of gravitational waves to global fanfare in September 2015 , confirming Albert Einstein's prediction of the phenomenon made 100 years before. The ...

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Sony Ends PS3 Production in Japan

Sony Ends PS3 Production in Japan

This is according to a report from Gematsu who noticed that the production had ended via Sony's Japanese PlayStation website . First launched in November 2006 with only 14 launch titles, the PS3 ...

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JFK's life, legacy to be celebrated on his centennial

A wreath-laying ceremony is planned Monday to honor the 35th US president at his gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia . Undersecretary of the Navy Paul Fay sang "Hooray...

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Google Jamboard app now available from the Google Play Store

The Google Play Store has seen growth in terms of closing the gap to Apple's app publishing millionaires. According to Google, this new service continuously scans all Android apps and user devic...

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Benami case: IT officials summon Lalu's daughter Misa Bharti

Benami case: IT officials summon Lalu's daughter Misa Bharti

The ED had said that Agarwal was also associated with some transactions involving Mishail Packers and Printers Pvt Ltd, allegedly linked to Bharti. The department had on May 16 searched multiple p...

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Violence-hit Saharanpur tense but under control

Violence-hit Saharanpur tense but under control

The incident occurred when a truck carrying Dalits back to their village from the rally was attacked allegedly by Thakurs. On May 5, a Dalit group had objected to a procession of Thakurs in Shabbirp...

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Something Weird Is Happening to the 'Alien Megastructure' Star

Something Weird Is Happening to the 'Alien Megastructure' Star

Boyajian, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy, at Louisiana State University, also urged astronomers to take a peek. If this were any other star, getting even one telescope at such short...

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Grand Theft Auto V Has Now Sold over 80 Million Units

Grand Theft Auto V Has Now Sold over 80 Million Units

As for revenue, Take-Two, for the whole of the 2017 financial year, the company received 1.780 billion, which is 26 % higher than twelve months earlier (when it was 1.414 billion). The company said ne...

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Donald Trump meets Pope Francis

Donald Trump then proceeded to visit the Sistine Chapel with his wife. "This is not going to be a boxing match", Tornielli said. " Potizza ", she said, referring to a Slovenian treat. "We can use...

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Trump Administration Sending Congress $4.1 Trillion Budget

Trump Administration Sending Congress $4.1 Trillion Budget

Cuts to federal employee retirement programs and disability benefits: The budget will call for a $72 billion cut over 10 years to the Social Security Disability Insurance . Trump's proposal fo...

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Rebel Wilson 'lost roles after article accused her of lies'

Rebel Wilson 'lost roles after article accused her of lies'

Schoff said it wasn't true Wilson had "grown up in a ghetto" and had in fact attended an "elite private boarding school". Bauer Media , on the other hand, argues that their articles had no effect o...

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Curtain falls on 'Greatest Show on Earth' after 146 years

The company removed its famous elephants from its shows in May 2016, but ticket sales continued to decline. Created in 1995 by Ringling, the facility focuses on the care and study of Asian elephants...

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Man-Made Radio Signals Have Created A Giant Bubble Around Earth

Man-Made Radio Signals Have Created A Giant Bubble Around Earth

According to a press release , between 1958 and 1962 the USA and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics conducted high altitude nuclear detonations. The Teak test, which took place on August 1, 1958...

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May The Fourth Be With You On National Star Wars Day

May The Fourth Be With You On National Star Wars Day

StarWars.com, as well as the official Star Wars social media channels (hashtag #StarWarsDay ), help spread the word and showcase fan activity. Whether it's games, merchandise, or comics, Johnson ...

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Merkel wants to rekindle European Union spark in first date with Macron

President Emmanuel Macron rejected sharing existing euro-area debt among member states and pledged to implement economic reform in his home country as he sought to revive the French-German partnership...

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WHO preparing authorisation, logistics for Ebola vaccination in Congo if needed

WHO preparing authorisation, logistics for Ebola vaccination in Congo if needed

In 2014, several people died due to the outbreak that affected Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea but since June a year ago, these countries were declared Ebola free. Three people have already died ...

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Showers and Storms Return Tonight and Tomorrow

Showers and Storms Return Tonight and Tomorrow

Temperatures are expected to rise the low 70s by Tuesday , near 80 on Wednesday and mid to upper 80s on Thursday . A chance for scattered showers and a possible storm as we head overnight, other...

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NASA to Launch First SLS Super Rocket Into Space Without Crew

NASA to Launch First SLS Super Rocket Into Space Without Crew

NASA appreciates the energy, creativity, and depth of engineering and program analysis that was brought to the decision, but ultimately, the decision was made not to fly crew on the first flight after...

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Astronauts ace station's 200th spacewalk, shortened by leak

Astronauts ace station's 200th spacewalk, shortened by leak

A small amount of water leaked from the connection point between an umbilical hose and Jack Fischer's suit. Whitson, making her ninth spacewalk, and Fischer, making his first, opened the hatch a few m...

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Trump to meet Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov

No other details are disclosed. Russia's foreign minister came to Washington on Wednesday amid a political firestorm over the surprise ouster of FBI Director James Comey, and greeted questions abo...

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Senate to vote on Trump's pick for Air Force secretary

Senate to vote on Trump's pick for Air Force secretary

Jack Reed of Rhode Island and Richard Blumenthal of CT made a point to register disapproval of Wilson's work for Sandia Corp., a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corp. During her Senate confirmation hear...

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Heroes Of The Storm D.Va skins revealed out of PTR

Heroes Of The Storm D.Va skins revealed out of PTR

Destroying D.Va's Mech only awards 50% of a normal Hero's XP. Interestingly, Blizzard have brought over her ability to switch between Mech and Pilot within the game with both risks and rewards for e...

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Happy Star Wars Day: May the Fourth Be With You

At Build-A-Bear, customers can get a free lightsaber when they spend $50 on a " Star Wars " bear through May 4. What some may not know about is the celebrations that take place the day after on May 5t...

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Fury is unleashed in reveal trailer for Darksiders 3

Fury is unleashed in reveal trailer for Darksiders 3

Darksiders 1 and Darksiders II are now in a brand new bundle to celebrate the announcement of Darksiders III . THQ Nordic recalls that Gunfire Games, the team responsible for the game consists of...

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OnePlus 5 seems to be confirmed following the teaser posted by CEO

According to a post on Chinese social media site Weibo , OnePlus 5 will be launched with 6GB of RAM against the earlier rumours of 8GB. Vivo also named the V3 successor as V5 instead of V4. Having ...

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Galaxy S8, S8+: Samsung launches new flagship phones in India

Pros: If you place your finger on the sensor, you can unlock the phone instantaneously - without even having to press the power button. The company started a Galaxy S8 pre-registration page on April ...

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai doubled income at almost $200 million in 2016

Google's umbrella corporation parent company Alphabet has just unveiled its earnings report for Q1 2017 (which ended in March), with some very positive results across the board. In terms of costs, o...

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Turkey blocks access to Wikipedia website: monitoring group

The Turkey Blocks group, which has dubbed itself an independent "digital transparency project", said users in the country have been unable to access the site since yesterday morning. "Both India and...

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Cassini Spacecraft successfully penetrates through Saturn's Rings

Cassini Spacecraft successfully penetrates through Saturn's Rings

The Cassini probe recently performed first of the 22 death-defying dives between Saturn and its rings . "No spacecraft has ever been this close to Saturn before", explained Cassini project manag...

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Trump congratulates NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson

When Whitson said a Mars trip would likely happen in the 2030s, Trump joked that NASA would have to speed up its timeline to complete the mission, "at worst, during my second term". When asked what ...

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Israeli missiles hit Syrian military position near Damascus airport

Israeli missiles hit Syrian military position near Damascus airport

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed those strikes and vowed there would more if necessary. Video carried on Lebanese TV and shared on social media sites showed the pre-dawn airstrike...

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Archaeological find could rewrite American history

Archaeological find could rewrite American history

Dating the tools proved to be challenging. The researchers involved with the find say they have multiple lines of evidence to support the assertion that the mastodon was slaughtered by humans usin...

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Spacecraft flies between Saturn and rings in historic 1st

Spacecraft flies between Saturn and rings in historic 1st

This will bring Cassini closer to Saturn than ever before to discover the origin of its rings and moons, and to see if there is life on the planet. Launched in 1997, Cassini has been orbiting Saturn...

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New Marketing For 'Call Of Duty: WWII' Reveals Release Date, New Features

New Marketing For 'Call Of Duty: WWII' Reveals Release Date, New Features

It's good to see Activision back on the floor, doing what it does best - getting people excited for great, forthcoming sequels. For those who can't wait until November, there will be a Private Multip...

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Astronaut breaks record for most time in space by American

Astronaut breaks record for most time in space by American

Whitson said the International Space Station is providing a "key bridge from us doing- living on Earth to going somewhere into deep space". President Trump then said: "What do you see a timing for a...

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Chobani Sues Alex Jones, Claims He Spread Misinformation

Chobani , an Idaho-based company that makes Greek yogurt, is suing Alex Jones by claiming that the notorious conspiracy theorist falsely linked the company, its owner Hamdi Ulukaya, and the communit...

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Hawks level series with Wizards, Raptors in command over Bucks

On Monday night, Calderon was thrown into a hard situation when starting point guard Dennis Schroder picked up his third personal foul late in the first half and had to leave the game . Bradley Beal...

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North Korea marks military anniversary with firing drill

North Korea marks military anniversary with firing drill

In an unusual move, the entire US Senate has been asked to attend a briefing on North Korea on Wednesday at the White House. North Korea on Tuesday marked the 85th founding anniversary of its mi...

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State Department Website Features Trump's For-Profit Club, Mar-A-Lago

State Department Website Features Trump's For-Profit Club, Mar-A-Lago

The State Department's " Share America " website, which shares "compelling stories and images that spark discussion and debate", published a blog post about the compound ahead of Trump's April 6 meeti...

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McDonald's order trips up Facebook slaying suspect

McDonald's order trips up Facebook slaying suspect

Authorities say officers tried to pull Stephens over and, after a brief pursuit, he shot and killed himself. He was wanted on an aggravated murder charge in the shooting death of a 74-year-old man w...

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Back to basics for the Call of Duty series

Back to basics for the Call of Duty series

Call of Duty WW2 features a story of an indestructible brotherhood of ordinary men fighting against the enemies for the freedom of the world. It was also noted that prior to "Advanced Warfare", the d...

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Google Play Music Is Samsung Galaxy S8's Default Player

According to a report from The Korea Herald , a number of financial companies in South Korea are looking to offer users with an option to authenticate digital transactions with the iris scanner on th...

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Slimy Frog Might Be a Flu Fighter

Slimy Frog Might Be a Flu Fighter

The scientists at Emory University have been working on the discovery of an antimicrobial peptide based in the skin of a specific frog species - the hydrophylax bahuvistara - and its potenti...

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Apple Makes iWork Productivity Software Free For Users With Old Hardware

Apple Makes iWork Productivity Software Free For Users With Old Hardware

Apps involved in the change include iMovie, Keynote , Numbers and GarageBand. Apple has made multiple iOS and Mac applications free for all users on the App Store, including iMovie, GarageBand ...

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