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Published: 12.11.2014
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First man-made soft landing on a comet in human history
European Space Agency has sent out its spacecraft, Rosetta, to land on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Philae, a smaller spacecraft on-board Rosetta, had manage to detach and land safety on the comet making the first in history.  ...
Published: 11.11.2014
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James Bond underwater jet used for cocaine smuggling
About £16m of cocaine were found under the rudder space of a of a ship in Scotland.There were more than 50 packages of high quality cocaine which weigh about 180 kg. 4 Dutch men were planning to transport them from the cape Maria vessel using scuba ...
Published: 10.11.2014
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Cancer patient's dying wish to see her horse
A British cancer patient, Shelia Marsh, 77, of Bickershaw, Wigan worked at Haydock Park Racecourse since her 20s.When she was hospitalized with cancer and had a short time to live, she revealed she had 3 final wishes.Her daughter, Tina Marsh, 33, ...
Published: 06.11.2014
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Apple: New engineering office in Seattle
According to Seattle Times, Apple has opened a new engineering office in Seattle. The news has been confirm by Apple itself joining the likes of Microsoft, Google and Amazon. Although there are no detailed information on where the new office is and Apple ...
Published: 04.11.2014
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3 Million "Frozen" Disney character costume sold
The most popular Halloween costume award goes to Disney's Frozen. The movie came out in Nov 2013 with the song "Let it go" becoming a sensational hit across the internet. But after almost a year, the movie remains popular with 3 million costumes from ...
Published: 02.11.2014
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Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in Disney World Catches Fire
Orlando, Florida: Disney World's Seven Dwarf Mine Train caught fire on Saturday night. No injuries were reported and everyone on the ride were evacuated promptly. The fire was put out swiftly in 30 mins and the ride was reopened ...
Published: 30.10.2014
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Apple CEO Tim Cook Just Came Out As Gay
Breaking his years of silence, Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote in an article that he is “proud” to be gay.Cook acknowledged in the essay published on Thursday that while his sexual orientation has not been a secret to many people at Apple (and has ...