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In Thailand, pro-democracy protesters in Bangkok called for the end of Thailand's severe laws against criticizing the royal family.
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ᐥthe January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol buildingᐥ
It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.
In Washington, supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump attack and occupy the Capitol building, stopping members of Congress from counting electoral votes.
Away from the water, the caribou _____ to relax. #grammar
The explosion at the Abbey Gate was the result of a complex attack that resulted in a number of US & civilian casualties. We can also confirm at least one other explosion at or near the Baron Hotel, a short distance from the Abbey Gate.
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Whether we can oneday know everything, there is to know, we can't yet say. But we already know more than enough to keep you busy catching up for a while. So let's learn some physics.
If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change the way you think about it.
￫ parish, priest, adoration, tabernacle, the Sistine Chapel, Vatican, the Chapel of Bones, sainte-chapelle, Silent Night Chapel, the Chapel of the Holy Cross
A British-Australian man imprisoned in Iran on spying charges has been released, reportedly in exchange for three Iranians jailed in other countries.
Don't count your chickens before they hatch.
I love mayonnaise and this one has a lot less cholesterol.
Not a drop.
￫ Catholic, diocese, chapel, Basilica, shrine, Cathedral, mass
The Taliban seizes power in Afghanistan Sunday, bringing to a close the United States' 20-year combat mission in America's longest war.
Voting ends in South Korea's close presidential election. Officials say counting may take longer than usual because of COVID-19 measures.
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Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida promises to amend the country's constitution after his ruling coalition expands its majority in parliament.
In Beijing, the National Health Commission says the country has given 3.22 billion injections of COVID-19 vaccine since the start of the pandemic.
China's national health commission announces changes to its "Zero-COVID" policy permitting some infected people to recover at home and ending some testing requirements.
And in Britain, the commissioner for London's police says hundreds of police shouldn't be here after a police officer admits to 24 rapes. 2023-01-17
Because UAPs pose potential flight safety and general security risk we are committed to a focused effort to determine their origins.
U.S. military investigators say a "culture of complacency" was partly responsible for a 2020 militant attack on U.S. forces in Kenya that killed 3 Americans.
Russian officials consider a U.S. written answer to Russian demands over Ukraine. U.S. diplomats said the document offers no compromise to Russia.
And Japan, South Korea and the United States condemn North Korea for firing a long-distance missile Thursday that landed in Japan's western waters. 2022-03-24
U.S. government officials and human rights groups condemn the executions in Myanmar of four political prisoners. The military government had accused the activists of carrying out "terror acts."
Our solar system's particular configuration of planets and other celestial objects, all revolving around the life-giving star, make it a special place to call home.
Videos of UFOs shown at this congressional hearing Tuesday seems straight out of a science fiction movie. #bookmark
And tonight President Biden is deploying another 1,000 troops to Kabul. They are part of 6,000 strong contingent to help evacuate Americans.
And Russian President Vladimir Putin says Russia and Belarus will continue cooperating under new conditions caused by international sanctions. 2022-04-12
Coronaviruses are a large group of viruses. They consist of a core of genetic material surrounded by an envelope with protein spikes. This gives it the appearance of a crown. 'Crown' in Latin is called 'corona' and that's how these viruses get their name.
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They have multiple layers of protection courtesy of their thick blubber which protect all their major veins and arteries making them extremely difficult to dispatch.
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The elephant seal can lash out immense amounts of damage courtesy of its enormous neck muscles that propel their jaws like a sledge hammer.
In the West Bank, a Palestinian reporter is shot and killed covering an Israeli raid. Israeli and Palestinian officials exchange blame for the death. 2022-05-11
The World Health Organization names the new coronavirus first identified in China late last year _____.
Scenes out of Ukraine show desperate people walking miles in freezing temperatures, cramming onto train station platforms and waiting hours at the Polish border. 2022-03-03
In Canada, the busiest border crossing with the U.S. opens after police arrested protesters and seized vehicles. But other protests continue against COVID-19 rules.
I wouldn't if I were you. It'll be crowded. #conditional △￫△
In Cameroon, officials say at least 8 people were crushed to death in a stampede at an Africa Cup of Nations soccer game in Yaounde.
And South Korea's police chief takes "heavy responsibility" for failing to prevent the crushing deaths of 154 people during a street celebration Saturday in Seoul.
Cryogenic engines are the most prestigious rocket engine technology. Due to their design and operational complexity, only a few countries have actually been able to develop this intriguing engine.
And India says it will place a 30% tax on gains from digital money known as cryptocurrencies.
A United Nations report says North Korea supports its banned nuclear and missle programs partly through cyberattacks and cryptocurrencies.
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The best way to get the right answer on the internet is not to ask a question. It's to post the wrong answer.