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19 Sep 11:57pm Updated US and Canada have lost 2.9 billion birds since 1970, study says
Bird populations in the United States and Canada have dropped by 29% since 1970, signifying 2.9 billion birds lost in almost 50 years, according to a new study.
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19 Sep 11:50pm Top Chinese state media editor calls out major internet crackdown
One of Beijing's best known propagandists has pushed back against the government's internet crackdown ahead of the upcoming 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1.
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19 Sep 11:45pm Updated Saudi Arabia spent billions on air defenses. But in the age of comparatively cheap drones, it may have been wasted
Saudi Arabia has spent billions on state-of-the-art air defense and early warning systems, but a mix of cruise missiles and drones was able to penetrate its airspace on Saturday, inflicting substantial damage on the world's largest oil processing plant at Abqaiq.
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19 Sep 10:18pm Airbnb announces plans to go public in 2020
Uber and Lyft are each trading well below their IPO prices. Slack's stock took a beating after its first earnings report as a public company earlier this month. And WeWork is struggling just to make it across the IPO finish line.
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19 Sep 10:08pm Updated Student stabbed while onlookers take video
Soon after school let out on Monday, a deadly fight broke out at a strip mall near Oceanside High School in Nassau County, New York. A group of teenagers looked on as Khaseen Morris, a 16-year-old student, was assaulted and stabbed in the chest. Some took out their phones and documented the fight on social media, but no one stepped in to help him.
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19 Sep 8:02pm Are Saudi Arabia and Iran on the brink of war?
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres tells Fareed the Security Council has a key role to play in de-escalating tensions between in the Gulf.
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19 Sep 7:55pm Updated Supreme Court Brexit ends -- and it looks bad for the UK government
An epic clash at the UK Supreme Court over whether the British Prime Minister deliberately misled the Queen has ended -- and, as Westminster awaits its ruling, the government may have cause for concern.
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19 Sep 6:23pm US expels two Cuban diplomats to the UN citing national security threat
The US has ordered two Cuban diplomats assigned to the United Nations to leave the country immediately, alleging that the envoys were engaged in "influence operations against the United States."
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19 Sep 5:43pm Young people offer urgent moral clarity to do-nothing adults
At certain points in history, when institutions and established leaders have failed to step up and take action, it falls to the youngest among us to take charge. That is happening again these two weeks as a 16-year-old girl from Sweden, Greta Thunberg, is stepping onto center stage to mobilize the world against climate change.
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19 Sep 3:59pm Updated Pressure on Zidane piles up as Real gets routed by PSG
There was a time when Zinedine Zidane could do no wrong. That time feels an age ago.
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19 Sep 3:13pm Updated There are a grand total of zero Brexit positions that are not a nightmare
The muddy waters of Brexit are becoming a little clearer.
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19 Sep 1:08pm Israeli leaders warn of possible third election amid political deadlock
The political deadlock in Israel showed no signs of abating Thursday, as the country's leaders warned of the possibility of a third election, with neither Benjamin Netanyahu nor Benny Gantz appearing to have a clear path to forming a coalition.
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19 Sep 12:37pm The billions Saudi Arabia spends on air defenses may be wasted in the age of drone warfare
Saudi Arabia has spent billions on state-of-the-art air defense and early warning systems, but a mix of cruise missiles and drones was able to penetrate its airspace on Saturday, inflicting substantial damage on the world's largest oil processing plant at Abqaiq.
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19 Sep 11:46am Polio makes a comeback in the Philippines 19 years after the country was declared free of the disease
The Philippines has reported its first case of polio since it was declared free of the childhood disease 19 years ago, dealing a blow to the campaign to eradicate it.
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19 Sep 11:23am Updated Huawei to unveil the Mate 30, its first flagship phone without Google services
Huawei is about to find out just how important the Google ecosystem is to its global smartphone business.
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19 Sep 11:18am Ancient tin found in Israel has unexpected Cornish links
Tin ingots recovered from a shipwreck in Israel have been discovered to have an unlikely origin -- Cornwall, in southwest England.
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19 Sep 11:16am Updated Justin Trudeau apologizes for wearing brownface during 2001 event at school
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized Wednesday after a photo emerged of him wearing brownface during a school event in 2001.
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19 Sep 11:01am This is what mysterious ancient humans might have looked like
We know that mysterious ancient humans called Denisovans once lived alongside Neanderthals, thanks to a few bones and teeth recovered from a cave in Siberia. Now, for the first time, researchers have shared what they might have looked like.
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19 Sep 10:33am Malaysia, choked by smog of forest fires in Indonesia, issues 2 million face masks to students
As smog from Indonesia's sprawling forest fires chokes neighboring Malaysia, authorities there have distributed 2 million face masks to students in affected areas, state news agency Bernama reported Thursday.
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19 Sep 9:22am Updated Aircraft chopped up into coffee tables
The afterlife of a decommissioned airplane can take many forms nowadays.
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19 Sep 9:19am Updated Indonesia to criminalize sex outside of marriage
Indonesia is set to pass a highly controversial new penal code that would criminalize consensual sex outside of marriage and effectively outlaw same-sex relations, in a move rights groups have criticized as a violation of basic rights.
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19 Sep 8:23am Updated Belgian fighter jet crash leaves pilot stuck on power cable
A Belgian Air Force F-16 fighter plane crashed Thursday in western France, leaving one pilot caught on on a high-voltage power line.
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19 Sep 6:10am Day of mourning after 27 children die in fire
A national day of mourning has been declared in Liberia after the death of 27 children in a fire at a religious boarding school outside the Liberian capital Monrovia, an official said.
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19 Sep 5:45am Trump and House Democrats snared in new storm
A smoldering Washington intelligence mystery exploded late Wednesday into a full-on confrontation between House Democrats and the White House over communications between President Donald Trump and an unidentified foreign leader.
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19 Sep 5:33am Where to eat in Milan, according to top models
Milan doesn't always feature highly on lists of Italy's top culinary destinations, but this week the city's restaurants will be much busier as the fashion world descends for Milan Fashion Week.
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19 Sep 5:21am Three-decade-old serial murder case solved?
Beginning more than three decades ago, 10 women died in a spate of killings in the same South Korean city.
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19 Sep 4:28am Updated Bolton offers scathing criticism of Trump at closed-door event, attendee says
Former national security adviser John Bolton didn't offer any praise of President Donald Trump in remarks at a private event Wednesday, but instead took aim at his former boss' policies on the world stage, according to an attendee.
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19 Sep 3:06am Updated Tesla takes on Porsche with superfast Plaid Mode
When Porsche said it set a speed record with its new Taycan electric car, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, wasn't about to just sit there and take it. He quickly tweeted that Tesla has something in the works that would enable its cars to outdo even Porsche. It's called Plaid Mode.
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19 Sep 2:32am A New York student was fatally stabbed while onlookers took a video of his suffering
Soon after school let out on Monday, a deadly fight broke out at a strip mall near Oceanside High School in Nassau County, New York. A group of teenagers looked on as Khaseen Morris, a 16-year-old student, was assaulted and stabbed in the chest. Some took out their phones and documented the fight on social media, but no one stepped in to help him.
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19 Sep 2:29am Jacinda Ardern confuses Japan for China during Tokyo trip
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has just kicked off her first official trip to Japan as leader. Unfortunately for her, she appeared to confuse it for China on arrival.
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19 Sep 2:11am Hurricane Humberto moves past Bermuda and leaves most of the island in the dark
Bermuda will be feeling only some leftover winds Thursday as Hurricane Humberto keeps moving further into the Atlantic.
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19 Sep 1:48am Could having no opinion on Brexit be the way to win the Brexit war?
The muddy waters of Brexit are becoming a little clearer.
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19 Sep 1:19am Fukushima trial ends in not guilty verdict, but nuclear disaster will haunt Japan for decades to come
The only criminal prosecution stemming from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster has ended in not guilty verdicts, in a blow to families displaced by the meltdown, as the fallout promises to haunt northern Japan for decades to come.
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19 Sep 12:48am Trump and House Democrats snared in new intelligence storm
A smoldering Washington intelligence mystery exploded late Wednesday into a full-on confrontation between House Democrats and the White House over communications between President Donald Trump and an unidentified foreign leader.
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