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Palau's Jellyfish Lake reopens as thousands of jellyfish return

(CNN) – Here's one bit of good news for the environment – and your 2019 travel wish list. According to marine officials, thousands of new golden jellyfish have appeared in the lake. "Ongoing monitoring conducted by the Coral Reef Research Foundation (CRRF) indicated that the jellyfish populations were now rebounding after the declines that were the result of the drought …

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The Congo president did not go for re-election, but he is still in control

Mr. Tshisekedi is likely to make concessions, says analysts, who leave to Kabila party plum ministries such as security forces, mining and finance, areas that Mr Kabila and his companions are said to have enabled to gather extraordinary wealth over years. Giving incentives for Mr. Kabila has to go down, Parliament has approved a number of benefits for former presidents, …

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The Delegation to Puerto Rico spares with Trump over the time of the trip

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – The largest delegation of lawmakers visiting a US territory was in an exchange of words with President Trump Donald John TrumpLanny Davis: Trump sees Cohen as "biggest threat to his presidency "House Oversight chairman accuses Trump of making a lot of money" from the Presidency Trump references "Wounded knee" in tweetmocking Warren MORE to leave …

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Canada's death sentence in China "terrible," says the family

Image copyright AFP / Getty Images Captions Robert Lloyd Schellenberg was sentenced in prison last year but had his case suddenly examined The family of a Canadian man condemned to death in China says their "worst fear" has been achieved. Robert Lloyd Schellenberg received a 15-year prison in November, but on Monday a court The court will likely aggravate a …

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Scientist grasped, killed by 17-foot crocodile she fed

A scientist in Indonesia who gave birth to a crocodile died after it jumped up an eight foot wall and drew her into his casing, according to The Sun. The scientist Deasy Tuwo, who was 44, was found by co-workers later after they noticed something odd in the water on Friday. The 17-foot crocodile, known Merry, still had Tuwo's ​​body …

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Regulators To Ease Restrictions On Drones, Clearing The Way For More Commercial Uses: NPR

Federal regulators have announced plans to allow drone operators to fly their unmanned aerial vehicles over populated areas and at night. A Wing Hummingbird drone from Project Wing arrives and sets down its package at a delivery location in Blacksburg, Va., Last year.                                                                            Michael Shroyer via AP                                       hide caption toggle caption Michael Shroyer via AP …

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Israel police withdraw from Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock News

Al-Aqsa's Dome of the Rock Mosque occupied East Jerusalem has been reopened to Muslim warlords following an hours-long siege by Israeli police, according to one of the Palestinian guards of the holy compound. Shortly after the mosque was reopened, five Palestinians – including three mosque guards – were detained by Israeli police as they left the area, according to an …

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Chinese court Sense Canadian man to death, escalating tensions: NPR

Dalian Intermediate People's Court in China, where the retreat of Canadian citizen Robert Lloyd Schellenberg was held. China Stringer Network / Reuters hide caption change caption China Stringer Network / Reuters Dalian Intermediate People's Court in China, where the retreat of Canadian citizen Robert Lloyd Schellenberg was held. China Stringer Network / Reuters Instead, a Canadian man who appealed his …

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Why the White House attacks Democrats to travel to Puerto Rico, is explained

President Donald Trump on Monday attacked about 30 house and Senate Democrats to travel to Puerto Rico over the weekend in connection with an ongoing state suspension, even though they were there to mark a completely different crisis – recovery from Hurricane Maria. I've been here the whole weekend. A lot of Democrats were in Puerto Rico celebrating something, says …

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