Monday , 22 September 2014
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800 Rounds of Ammo Found on White House Intruder’s Car

Over 800 rounds of ammunition, two hatchets, and a machete have been found in the car of the man who is accused of scaling the security fence of the White House last Friday, a federal prosecutor said on Monday. It was also found that 42-year-old Iraq war veteran Omar Gonzalez had been arrested by the Virginia State Police in July ... Read More »

Hong Kong Students Boycott Classes to Support Democracy Fight

Hong Kong university students begin to boycott their classes Monday to mark a week-long strike to show support to the democracy fight and protest the decision of Beijing to restrict the electoral reforms in the territory. Thousands of students from over 20 universities and colleges in Hong Kong have vowed to participate in the demonstrations. The students were set to ... Read More »

Islamist Group Abducts French National in Algeria

An Islamist group linked with Islamic State militant group abducts a French national in eastern Algeria on Sunday and threatens to execute him unless France stops its airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq. In a video that appeared online on Monday, two members of the group, who were both wearing masks, addressed the threat to French President Francois Hollande, saying their ... Read More »

The Voice Coach Gwen Stefani Was Seen Strolling With Family

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Gwen Stefani is happy to be part of the panels as a guest judge in the seventh season of The Voice which is only a day away from airing. The famous rockstar will be working with other The Voice coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharell Williams.   44-year-old Stefani was recently seen strolling in the park with her beautiful ... Read More »

Microsoft Delays Launch Of Xbox One In China

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Just two days before the specified launch date of the Xbox One in China, Microsoft has cancelled the event leaving their fans who pre-ordered the consoles quite disappointed but satisfied that the company promised “additional bonus” for them.   Microsoft did not provide further details as to why they are putting of the scheduled Xbox One launch but analysts say ... Read More »

Two Killed In Delaware Bus Accident

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On Sunday, it has been reported that a passenger bus which belongs to Am USA Express Incorporated overturned in Delaware which killed two women and left almost 50 others injured. The bus was reportedly returning from a tour of Washington D.C.   Authorities released details stating that no other vehicles were involved in the accident which happened 4:20 in the ... Read More »

Firefighters Contained California Wildfire To 17 Percent

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Firefighters were able to contain and provide progress on the huge wildfire in California that caused serious damage to at least three dozen structures andĀ even cancelled an event due to the heavy smoke brought by the wildfire. It has been reported that more than 2,000 people had to flee their homes because of the incident.   The wet weather had ... Read More »

Demonstration For Climate Change Held In Midtown Manhattan

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Demonstrators marched through Midtown Manhattan on Sunday morning. They were seen with drums, tubas, banners and floats. The marchers were all expressing their demands on climate change through loud chants and demonstrations.   The crowd was composed of people in various ages, races, locales and interests. Some were known scientists, politicians as well as religious leaders. All of them demands ... Read More »

MIT BioSuit: New Spacesuits Being Developed

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MIT researchers are currently developing a new suit for future NASA astronauts. The said spacesuits will be designed as skintight which will allow astronauts more mobility in space as well as provide them comfort.   The existing space suits are indeed bulky which in return, decreases an astronaut’s mobility. The suits that are currently being developed, MIT BioSuit, is believed ... Read More »