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Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have put up impressive numbers - in life and on the field - going into a fourth World Cup.
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Somehow, John Wick: Chapter 3 just got even better. Sure, Keanu Reeves returning for a third round of tailored suits and blazing guns is exciting, but the rest of the cast is so good, they may just upstage him.
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Let’s be honest, the RED Hydrogen One is destined to be a niche product. With a “holographic display” and a $1,200 starting price point, the thing wasn’t really designed with mainstream consumers in mind. An announcement of a forthcoming camera from the company doesn’t do a lot to change that, but it does shed a bit more light on who, precisely, the company is targeting here.
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The US vice-president issues a warning to Kim Jong-un ahead of a summit scheduled for 12 June.
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The search-focused publisher has broken three of its largest sites into groups of vertical-focused sites.
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In fairness, we're pretty surprised that it took Billboard this long to bestow Janet Jackson with an 'Icon' award.

Nevertheless, the pop star received the honour at last night's ceremony and she also performed a short medley of hits that included 'Nasty', 'If' and 'Throb', although we would have liked to see more.
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Okay, Democrats. It’s time.

Sunday afternoon at 1:37 pm, the president of the United States tweeted that he is ordering an investigation of the investigation into him. His campaign, okay; but him. Think about that.

Imagine that Hillary Clinton were president and the Republicans were investigating the Clinton Foundation, and she ordered an investigation into that investigation, charging, based on no evidence whatsoever, that the FBI had improperly infiltrated the foundation. And no, this professor is not “proof” of “infiltration.” And anyway, if the FBI has credible reason to believe a cr
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ime may have been committed, isn’t infiltration of the enterprise suspected of criminality…their job?
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Here's who Deschamps has decided to take to Russia.

What do you think about France's chances of winning the 2018 FIFA World Cup?
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BBC correspondent Chris Buckler explains what happens when lava flow meets the sea.
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Electronic mail as we know it is drowning in spam, forged phishing mails, and other scams and hacks. It’s going to get worse before it gets better.
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China is planning to scrap all limits on the number of children a family can have, according to people familiar with the matter, in what would be a historic end to a policy that spurred countless human-rights abuses and left the world’s second-largest economy short of workers.
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Performances like Saturday's won't be forgiven much longer and United fans will soon turn on Mourinho if next season follow the same script as 2017-18
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Queen Hatshepsut was a woman who ruled Egypt, but she reigned as a man.
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With influencer marketing on the rise, and with Facebook trying to find new ways to lure more influential creators to their network (particularly video publishers), The Social Network is now working on a new influencer marketplace platform, which would enable brands to find relevant influencers based on specific characteristics, then organize deals to help them boost their efforts.
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In a truly sensational sequence of events, Eintracht Frankfurt boss Niko Kovac has guided the club to their first trophy by beating Bayern Munich, his next employers.
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With crossings closed, some travellers have been waiting months for exit permits
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Yep, there are a total of five different Deadpool 2 post-credits scenes, and they're all wonderful. Spoilers ahead!
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Fast Radio Bursts (FBRs) have fascinated astronomers ever since the first one was detected in 2007. This event was named the "Lorimer Burst" after it discoverer, Duncan Lorimer from West Virginia University.
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Microsoft and Case Western Reserve University today announced a partnership to bring quantum-inspired algorithms and the HoloLens to MRIs.
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The emotion nostalgia has a darker past, in which sufferers experienced extreme psychosis, and at worst, death.
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We're huge fans of international travel. London, Paris, Hong Kong, Rome, Rio, Tokyo, Tel Aviv… These are just some of the faraway destinations bursting with exciting adventures, rich histories, and striking landscapes. And while they'll forever have a place on our travel bucket lists (and in our hearts, once we make it there), today we're staying a little closer to home by highlighting the most beautiful cities in the U.S.
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PayPal is taking its biggest bet yet on point-of-sale transactions, small businesses and markets outside of the U.S. as it looks to raise its game against Square, Stripe and others in the world of payments: The company has confirmed that it is buying iZettle — the Stockholm-based payments pro…
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Mathematicians have disproved the strong cosmic censorship conjecture. Their work answers one of the most important questions in the study of general relativity
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These low-priced stocks could generate huge returns. But there are huge risks, too.
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A team led by Austrian experimental physicist Rainer Blatt has succeeded in characterizing the quantum entanglement of two spatially separated atoms by observing their light emission. This fundamental demonstration could lead to the development of highly sensitive optical gradiometers for the precise measurement of the gravitational field or the Earth's magnetic field.
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North Korea threw next month's unprecedented summit between Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump into doubt on Wednesday, threatening weeks of diplomatic progress by saying it may reconsider if Washington insists on unilateral denuclearization.
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Boston overcame a double-digit deficit and a 42-point triple-double from LeBron James to take Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.
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Few people know you can scuba dive beneath Hungary’s capital – not even the majority of locals who live above the abandoned Kőbánya limestone mine.
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Israel's PM says his military acted in self defence, as Palestinians condemn a "massacre".