Saturday 27th May, 2017

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Taiwan charts history as it becomes first Asian nation to legalize same-sex unions

TAIPEI, Taiwan - In what came as a huge victory, not only for Taiwan’s LGBT activists, but also for the whole of Asia, a Taipei court charted history on Wednesday. The country&rsq ...

Russia stands with UK in war on terror

The Kremlin believes that every country faces the risk of terrorist attacks, so Moscow calls on the global community to take joint steps to fight this scourge, Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Pe ...

At least 13 soldiers killed in south Afghanistan

Kabul - At least 13 soldiers were killed and eight others wounded in fighting with Taliban insurgents at several security checkpoints in southern Afghanistan, a government official said on Thursday. ...

Italy coast guard says at least 20 dead in migrant capsizing

Rome - The Italian coast guard says at least 20 migrants have died after their vessel capsized off Libya's coast.The coast guard says the ship was carrying about 500 people. At a certain point, eith ...

Damascus International Fair to be held against all odds

Damascus, SANA Damascus International Fair, the Syrian economy's window to the world, is brought back to life again after several years of forced absence due to the terrorist war inflicted upon the co ...

How Seabees builds and benefits business

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the U.S. Navy Seabees and the 150th anniversary of the Navy's Civil Engineer Corps. Founded in 1942 at the onset of World War II, Seabees have been involved in ...

Amtrak: No repairs planned on LIRR tracks at Penn this summer

Mike DeCataldo, vice president of Operations for Amtrak's Eastern Region, discusses the scope of this summer's planned infrastructure renewal work at Penn Station on Thursday, May 25, 2017. ...

Dead worker's stepson sees no fault in Huntington cesspool collapse

The stepson of a 59-year-old worker who died this week while installing a cesspool at a Huntington home said Thursday it was an unforeseen accident. "Nobody is at fault," ...

Opec and other oil-producing nations extend output cuts

The decision, made at a high-level meeting of Opec and non-Opec ministers, means that the reductions of 1.8 million barrels a day agreed in November will stay in place until March. <br> ...

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From amusing to outright weird: What emojis feature on Twitter's new list

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - Twitter has introduced 234 variations of 69 unique new images and its new emojis that are now available on the site range from amusing to outright weird. From mermaid

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The jungle book 2016

Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book is being described as a live-action updating of Disney’s 1967 classic animated film, and that description is both testament to how well the film works and how thoroughly blurred the divide between the “real” and the computer-generated has become...

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