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Researchers who revealed the cause of "big dying" mass eradication require measures to stop climate change

The researchers who revealed what caused the "greatest crisis in earth's history" have demanded immediate action to stop the planet's further warming through human climate change. Oceanographers based in Seattle said that the largest mass death in planet history – what was called the Great Death – was caused by extreme global warming that saw the ocean temperature rise by …

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Brazil police say celebrity faith healer has turned himself in

Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 17, 2018 / 12:31 AM GMT By Associated Press RIO DE JANEIRO – A celebrity faith healer accused of sexually abusing more than 300 women turned himself in to authorities Sunday in Brazil's central state of Goias, Joao Teixeira …

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Explosion Injures Dozens in Crowded Japanese Pub

A suspected gas explosion and subsequent fire injured 42 people in Sapporo, Japan, Sunday evening. The wooden building that crumbled and reduced to ash contained a pub, real estate agency and a clinic according to Kyodo News. The blast occurred at 8:30 in the Toyohira department in the northern city, which is the capital of Hokkaido Island. A 32-year-old employee …

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Yair Netanyahu, Israel's PM, shortly bans Facebook | Israel News

Facebook has briefly blocked the Israeli prime minister's side, Benjamin Netanyahu's son, Yair, after he previously shared prohibited content requiring "all Muslims [to] leave" Israel. " In a message published Thursday on his Facebook page, Following the latest violence in violence, Yair Netanyahu saw that Palestinians would be expelled. " Do you know there were no attacks? "Iceland and Japan …

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Xi Jinping heads into battle over the legacy of China's Reform and Opening

Today, China is the world's largest automotive manufacturer, with more than double the capacity of the United States. "I never expected that an ordinary Chinese family would own an automobile. manufacturing country, "Gao told CNN. " It would be completely beyond my wildest dreams that China would produce more cars than the US. " December 18 marks four decades since …

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Canada states that China granted consular access to other prisoners Spavor

Canadian diplomats received consultancy on Sunday to the second of two men detained by China during the past week, Canada's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that gave details. John McCallum, Canada's ambassador to Beijing, met Michael Spavor, said the statement. Spavor and Michael Kovrig were both occupied after Canada had arrested a leading Chinese leader at a request for …

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The family says that Trump travel bid prevents mother from seeing dying son

The family of a 2-year-old boy on life support says that President Trump Donald John TrumpBiden, Sanders leadership in the Iowa poll Memo: Cohen fans are flaming around Trump Memo Comey used to briefly Trump on dossier released: report MORE his travel ban prevents his Yemeni mother from traveling to the United States to see him a last time, according …

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Arab countries discuss "Australia situation" after recognition of western Jerusalem | Australia news

Representatives of Arab countries will meet in Cairo tomorrow to discuss the Australian government's decision to acknowledge West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Izzat Salah Abdulhadi, head of the Palestinian delegation to Australia, said the "Australia situation" had been added to the agenda of the meeting at the request of the Palestinians. "We will wait to see the discussion," …

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Suspected gas blast destroys Japan restaurant, injuring dozens | Japan News

At least 42 people were injured in a suspicious gas explosion that destroyed wooden buildings that hold a restaurant and a property office in northern Japan, according to police and local media reports. The powerful blast on Sunday in Sapporo, the capital of Japan's northern main island of Hokkaido, shook in nearby buildings, broke windows and scattered trash over the …

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