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Cassini snaps lovely photo of Earth before final 'death dive'

Cassini snaps lovely photo of Earth before final 'death dive'

The image, shot from 870 million miles away, shows our planet as a tiny dot - with our moon as a smaller grey dot beside it. This weekend marks the beginning of the end for Cassini, as after 13 year...

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Moneysupermarket.Com Group PLC (MONY) Earns "Buy" Rating from Shore Capital

Several other research firms have also weighed in on DRX. Recently stock market research analysts have changed their consensus ratings and price targets on shares of Purplebricks Group (LON:PURP). T...

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Arsenal beat City 2-1 to reach FA Cup final with Chelsea

Arsenal beat City 2-1 to reach FA Cup final with Chelsea

Alexis Sanchez then scored the victor in the 11th minute of extra time to seal the deal for Arsene Wenger's side. Wenger praised his side for their mental strength after the final whistle. Wenger has...

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Barcelona win El Clasico as Lionel Messi marvels

Barcelona win El Clasico as Lionel Messi marvels

His second goal decided the game, a left-footed shot from the top of the area with 12 seconds left in stoppage time after a low pass by Jordi Alba . The fabled Barcelona front line came under hea...

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Two-man space crew (and small toy dog) arrive at the ISS

Baikonur time), orbited Earth four times, and docked at the space station . President Donald Trump, his daughter Ivanka Trump , and NASA astronaut Kate Rubins will makes a telephone call to NASA...

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Astronaut Peggy Whitson sets another record, draws White House attention

Astronaut Peggy Whitson sets another record, draws White House attention

Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth in 1962, died in December at age 95 and was buried earlier this month at Arlington National Cemetery . Frank Culbertson, president of Orbital ATK's space ...

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Julie Bishop throws some serious, sassy-as-hell shade at North Korea

Julie Bishop throws some serious, sassy-as-hell shade at North Korea

It has marked similar events in the past with nuclear tests or missile launches. WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States could strike North Korea if it attacks a USA military base or tests an intercon...

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President Trump congratulates female astronaut on setting new USA record

President Trump congratulates female astronaut on setting new USA record

A trailblazing female astronaut will receive a congratulatory call from President Trump on Monday. President Donald Trump and First Daughter Ivanka Trump are scheduled to place a 20-minute call to...

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Obama to deliver first post-presidency speech in Chicago

President Obama delivers a statement on Libya in the East Room of the White House. This community taught me that everybody has a story to tell that is important", and that despite divisions, peopl...

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Russian crew reach ISS in Soyuz capsule

A first-time astronaut didn't hold back when describing the beauty of space to his family on his first phone call home. NASA's Jack Fischer and Russia's Fyodor Yurchikhin lifted off from the Russia-...

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This is the first footage of Larry Page's 'flying car'

This is the first footage of Larry Page's 'flying car'

But it seems the Flyer has already gotten over its first regulatory hurdle, approved under the "ultralight" category of FAA regulations to be used in "uncongested" areas. NYT says the single-rider veh...

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Protect Your Nintendo Switch With The Near Indestructible 1170 Custom Case

Switch sales topped Nintendo's " Game Boy Advanced " first-month sales back in 2001. The company is expected to make more announcements regarding the sales and other financial information on Apri...

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Berkeley reverses course on Ann Coulter speech

Coulter was invited to speak by the campus Republicans on the topic of illegal immigration, the AP reports . Officials said that they came to know about the Ann coulters speech from the newspaper...

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CRPF Personnel Killed In Encounter With Naxals In Chhattisgarh's Sukma

CRPF Personnel Killed In Encounter With Naxals In Chhattisgarh's Sukma

According to the version of an injured jawan who was quoted as saying by the media, around 300 naxals attacked them. Sources said a CRPF company commander, an Inspector, who was at the spot has also b...

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Australia Plans To Tighten Rules For Citizenship

In a video publicised on his Facebook page , Turnbull said: "We are an immigration nation, but the fact remains Australian workers must have priority for Australian jobs". The PM said Australia was...

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Apple readies iPhone overhaul for smartphone's 10th anniversary

The general consensus is that the iPhone 8 will feature a new design with an OLED display and a almost bezel-free look. A change that would break radically with the concept of design applied by Ap...

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Caitlyn Jenner still happy with gender reassignment

Aside from that, she confirmed that she has no regrets, saying that she feels happy. Right off the bat, Diane wastes no time in asking whether Caitlyn has any doubts or regrets since transitioning...

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Maruti Suzuki all-new Dzire unveiled

Maruti Suzuki all-new Dzire unveiled

After dropping a teaser image of the all-new Dzire on April 21, Maruti Suzuki revealed the third generation model of its popular entry-level sedan to a select batch of motoring journalists. The swept ...

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Assad regime used chemical weapons, United States tells Moscow

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson hasn't produced any positive shift yet in Russia-U.S. relations, the Kremlin said Thursday. But in Washington, the U.S. It was the eighth time that Russian Federatio...

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Android Nougat Hitting Galaxy S7, S7 Edge On US Cellular

This time instead of a Snapdragon 410 we would have an Exynos 7570, a quad-core CPU running at 1.43 GHZ accompanied 2 GB RAM. Meanwhile, the 12-inch Galaxy Book is packing a super AMOLED display wit...

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