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PETA sparks outrage by barbecuing dog in mall

Australians are known for loving a barbecue on a hot summer's day, but there was a major exception at a mall in Syndey on Wednesday. caught a glimpse of something horrific Animal rights group PETA held a confronting demonstration – in which its activists barbecued a "dog" as part of a nausea-inducing campaign to encourage people to go vegan. . …

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Tonga sent back to 'dark ages' after underwater internet cable severed

Residents of the South Pacific nation of Tonga are experiencing a total Internet shutdown after an underwater cable which connects the island to the rest of the world was severed, possibly by the anchor of a large ship. It doesn't just mean that the isolated country can't access Facebook and YouTube – it's also affected email, airline bookings, university enrollment, …

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Shutdown's fight highlights missing ingredient that has hampered Trump's agenda

P resident Trump's strategy of forcing a government shutdown to get funding for a border wall took another blow on Thursday when a democratic bill re-opening government received more votes in the Republican-controlled Senate than its own compromise proposal , included wall financing. There is now more evidence that Trump's support is broken than there is disagreement among Democrats, and …

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2 taxi drivers arrested in connection with rhythm projects, clashes with the police in Madrid

Exciting Spanish taxi drivers demand more rules for app-based ride-hailing services and block access to a trade show center in Madrid, where a major tourism fair begins on Wednesday. (AP Photo / Manu Fernandez) Two taxi drivers protested against tighter rules for app-based horse-riding services were arrested in Madrid on Thursday during other straight days of collision with the police. …

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Airbus CEO threatens to pull out of UK about 'madness' or Brexit

Tom Enders, the CEO of French aviation giant Airbus has warned that the company could be forced to pull investments from the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit outcome, likely to impact tens of thousands of jobs and cost the British economy billions. "The UK's aerospace sector now stands at the precipice," Enders said in a video message …

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Italy only pays $ 21K in compensation for Amanda Knox

Italy was ordered on Thursday to pay Amanda Knox a little over $ 20,000 after a court found her rights were violated when she was not interpreted or accessed a lawyer during one night questioning the murder in his roommate in 2007. ”Ms. Knox had been particularly vulnerable when he was a foreign young woman, 20 when he had not …

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Gene-edited disease scab cloned in China

Five cloned monkeys from somatic cells of a redesigned monkey with disease phenotypes Credit: © Science China Press The first cohort of five redesigned monkey clones made from fibroblasts of a monkey with disease phenotypes was recently born at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in Shanghai, the Institute of Neuroscience (ION). The term BMAL1, a nuclear circadian regulatory transcription …

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Trump Jabs Kushner Over Shutdown Advice

President Donald Trump subsequently mocked senior adviser Jared Kushner after weighing on how to end the defense disturbance – now on his 34th day – during an Oval Office meeting. "Jared has apparently become an expert on immigration over the past 48 hours," said the president after his son-in-law about the details of possible options for an agreement, told three …

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Government shutdown 2019: Why the Senate is taking doomed votes

The Senate will take two votes Thursday to reopen the federal government and end the longest shutdown in history. Both votes are expected to fail. The shutdown will continue. The pageantry of failed flooring has become one of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's calling cards in the Senate over the past few years. They've been a potent tool to defuse …

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