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Έναν τόνο σοκολάτας κλήθηκαν να καθαρίσουν πυροσβέστες σε πόλη της Γερμανίας μετά από υπερχείλιση δεξαμενής εργοστασίου.


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EMMANUEL MACRON’S attempts to buy off rioting Yellow Vest protesters who have been holding France to ransom have FAILED as public unrest is set to continue today – and culminate in another major rally on Saturday. Millions of school children pledged to join the demonstrations in a “black Tuesday” revolt while university students at Nanterre and Rennes-2 started to blockade their facilities Sorbonne was shut in anticipation of trouble.


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British Prime Minister Theresa May abruptly postponed the scheduled Parliament vote on her Brexit deal on Monday, conceding that the proposal was headed for defeat. The vote will now be held before January 21, according to the prime minister’s spokesperson, but an exact date has not been set. It’s likely that the vote will be pushed into January, inching closer to the Brexit deadline of March 29, 2019.


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SoftBank Group Corp (9984.T) is planning to sell its stake in Nvidia Corp (NVDA.O) early next year as the U.S. chipmaker’s shares slide, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The Japanese company could make about $3 billion in profit from the transaction, the report said.


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InSight, welcome to the 'gram, my clever robot friend.*

NASA's Mars lander has been stretching and snapping photos of the martian landscape and bits of itself since its successful landing on Nov. 26. It's even captured the dim rumbling of the Martian winds. However, it's been missing a crucial piece of the photography tool kit: The full-on selfie.
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Για κάποιον παράξενο λόγο στην υπόθεση του Mega οι νόμοι δείχνουν απλώς υπάρχουν αλλά να μήν εφαρμόζονται.
Είτε πρόκειται για την καταπάτηση κάθε εδαφίου της εργατικής νομοθεσίας,είτε για την χωρίς καμία συνέπεια ανάλγητη στάση του τραπεζικού συστήματος,είτε για την αναιτιολόγητη διακοπή του σήματος απ΄τις συνδρομητικές πλατφόρμες κλπ
Το τελευταίο επεισόδιο σ’αυτό το mega-σήριαλ παίζεται από τις 30 Νοεμβρίου και μετά καθώς τη μέρα εκείνη εξέπνευσε και το όριο ενός μήνα που δίνει ο νόμος για την έκδοση απόφασης περί ειδικής εκκαθάρισης μετά τη σχετική συνεδρίαση της 30ης Οκτωβρίου.Παρ’αυτά,αν και ήδη διανύουμε την δεύτερη εβδομάδα “παράνομης” καθυστέρησης, κανείς δεν είναι σε θέση να απαντήσει τι ακριβώς συμβαίνει για μια ακόμη φορά στο παρασκήνιο.
Η κοινή γνώμη θεωρεί πως το “μαύρο στο Mega” ήταν το τέλος αλλά μέχρι αυτή τη στιγμή η ΤΗΛΕΤΥΠΟΣ ΑΕ υφίσταται κανονικά, το κανάλι εκπέμπει -έστω διαδικτυακά- και έχει κανονική ροή προγράμματος καθώς υπάρχουν ακόμη και σήμερα μερικοί εργαζό
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μενοι που προσέρχονται καθημερινά στην εργασία τους.
Το παρακάτω κείμενο ,του δικηγόρου κ.Δημήτρη Καραμήτσα ο οποίος εκπροσωπεί δυναμικά αρκετές δεκάδες εκ των εργαζομένων,ρίχνει φως σε μερικά από τα σκοτεινά σημεία..
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DC movies continue to turn the tide with the release of Aquaman, the first solo feature for the maritime member of the Justice League. While it won’t be brandishing as high a Tomatometer score as Wonder Woman, reviews for the James Wan-helmed superhero adventure are mostly positive out of the gate. Aquaman certainly sounds ridiculous, even from the raves, as this is a whole lot of movie (and maybe more). If you just take in the ambitious spectacle and enjoy Jason Momoa’s swagger, you’re in for a wild treat, my man.
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Users' names, birth dates, email addresses, work history and other data were exposed for nearly a week in November, Google says. It will now close the social network four months earlier than planned.


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Hundreds of police officers are hunting a gunman after three people were killed and 12 others wounded in a shooting in the eastern French city of Strasbourg.

The suspect, who is known to security services, escaped after exchanging fire with soldiers and armed police on Tuesday. He is believed to be injured.

The shooting happened close to a popular Christmas market near one of the central squares, Place Kléber.

France's counter terrorism prosecutor has opened an investigation.
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Frequent flyers on American, British, and a dozen other airlines have a new partner to look forward to. Last week, Morocco's flag carrier ...


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A new collaborative study led by a research team at the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, University of California, Los Angeles and the University of Washington could provide engineers new design rules for creating microelectronics, membranes and tissues, and open up better production methods for new materials. At the same time, the research, published online Dec. 6 in the journal Science, helps uphold a scientific theory that has remained unproven for over a century.

Just as children follow a rule to line up single file after recess, some materials use an underlying rule to assemble on surfaces one row at a time, according to the study.

Nucleation—that first formation step—is pervasive in ordered structures across nature and technology, from cloud droplets to rock candy. Yet despite some predictions made in the 1870s by the American scientist J. Willard Gibbs, researchers are still debating how this basic process happens.
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President Trump attacked the agreement fighting climate change, citing ongoing protests in the French capital as proof that he was right to reject the pact.


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When I planned my move to Sweden a few years ago, I tried to figure out how to get past the 90-day limit placed on tourist visas in the Schengen Area. This is a problem encountered by thousands of travelers every year and a question that regularly (especially this …


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The good news about the new Apple iOS 12.1.1 Upgrade is it fixes several serious problems left in previous releases. The bad news is it introduces a nasty new one…

‘Great Secret Features’ and ‘Nasty Surprises’ are my regular columns investigating the best features / biggest problems hidden behind the headlines.
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NASA’s new Mars lander has captured the first sounds of the “really unworldly” Martian wind.

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory released audio clips of the alien wind Friday. The low-frequency rumblings were collected by the InSight lander during its first week of operations at Mars.

The wind is estimated to be blowing 10 mph to 15 mph (16 kph to 24 kph). These are the first sounds from Mars that are detectable by human ears, according to the researchers.

“Reminds me of sitting outside on a windy summer afternoon ... In some sense, this is what it would sound like if you were sitting on the InSight lander on Mars,” Cornell University’s Don Banfield told reporters.
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Facebook Inc will buy back an additional US$9 billion of its shares, as it looks to pacify investors following a slump in its stock.


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Paris was in lockdown early on Saturday with thousands of French security forces braced to meet renewed rioting by "yellow vest" protesters in the capital and other cities in a fourth weekend of confrontation over living costs.


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Study reveals a common cellular mechanism through which bacterial infection could promote cancer and increase resistance to anticancer drugs.


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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is officially free-to-play on PC and Mac, and a new, smaller scale battle royale mode has been added.


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At its Snapdragon Tech Summit, Qualcomm outlined its new 855, a chip it hopes will power the next generation of premium Androids. It addresses silicon work Apple has driven in its Application Processors leading up to the latest A12 Bionic, but it's less clear who will be building high-end Androids with Qualcomm's most advanced processor yet, and for how long.


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Δικαιούχοι του μερίσματος είναι νοικοκυριά με πραγματικό ή τεκμαρτό εισόδημα ανάλογα με τον αριθμό των τέκνων έως και 27.000 ευρώ.


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The US has begun making the necessary preparations to sail a warship into the Black Sea, a move that comes amid heightened tensions in the region following Russia's seizure of Ukrainian ships and detention of Ukrainian sailors.


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These guys have been joking about it for so long now that it almost sounds serious (it isn’t) — but Ryan Reynolds’ eternal effort to draft Hugh Jackman into Deadpool’s isolated little corner of the MCU has reached a new level of silly.


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The standard cosmological model known as LambdaCDM can only explain 5% of the observable Universe. The remaining 95% is famously made up almost entirely of two invisible components called dark matter and dark energy. Yet the physical nature of these two components remains a mystery. A new study by University of Oxford researcher Jamie Farnes suggests both dark phenomena can be unified into a single substance -- a negative-mass ‘dark fluid.’


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Canada arrested the chief financial officer of Huawei on suspicion of violating US sanctions against Iran. The CFO, Meng Wanzhou, was arrested in Vancouver on Saturday at the request of US law enforcement and is facing extradition to the US.


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As expected, the UK Parliament has released a set of internal Facebook emails that were seized as part of its investigation into the company's data-privacy practices. The 250-page document, which includes conversations between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other high-level executives, is a window into the social media giant's ruthless thinking from 2012 to 2015 -- a period of time when it was growing (and collecting user data) at an unstoppable rate. While Facebook was white-listing companies like Airbnb, Lyft and Netflix to get special access to people's information in 2013, it went out of its way to block competitors such as Vine from using its tools.


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Afghanistan has overtaken Iraq to become the world’s deadliest country for terrorism, according to a report released Wednesday. One-quarter of all worldwide terrorism-related deaths during 2017 occurred in Afghanistan, according to the latest Global Terrorism Index. It cited a surge in attacks by the Taliban and the Islamic State group.


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Setting new commercial launch and satellite industry records, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket propelled by a first stage booster launched and recovered two times before soared into a clear morning sky over California’s Central Coast on Monday with 64 small satellites, then returned to a pinpoint landing on a vessel parked offshore in the Pacific Ocean, potentially to be flown again.

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Some 470 right-wing extremists are at large in Germany despite warrants for their arrest.

The number of neo-Nazis wanted by police has almost doubled since 2014, regional newspaper Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung reported on Tuesday. At the end of September, 467 wanted right-wing extremists were at large, the newspaper said, citing figures provided by the government to the left-wing Die Linke group in the German parliament.
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As it does at this time every year, Apple today announced its official Best of 2018 lists. These selections highlight the “best” app and game for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac, as well as the top…
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Royal Dutch Shell caved in to growing investor pressure over climate change on Monday, setting out plans to introduce industry-leading carbon emissions targets linked to executive pay.

Rivals BP and Total have already set short-term targets on reducing carbon dioxide emissions, but these are limited to their own operations.

Shell’s targets, which will be introduced in 2020, will be more extensive with inclusion of the so-called Scope 3 emissions from the burning of fuels sold to millions of customers around the world, the company said.

Monday’s move marks a change of tack for Shell Chief Executive Ben van Beurden, who had previously resisted setting hard goals, saying it would be “foolhardy” to expose Shell to legal challenges.

Shareholders have criticized Shell for previously setting long-term “ambitions” to halve carbon dioxide emissions by 2050, which lacked binding targets for implementation.

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Shares of Cronos Group (NASDAQ:CRON) were up 13.2% as of 3:15 p.m. EST on Monday after rising nearly 30% earlier in the day. The big move came after Reuters reported that tobacco giant Altria (NYSE:MO) is in talks to potentially acquire Cronos Group.

Reuters cited "people familiar with the matter" as stating that Altria is seeking to expand beyond its core business into the rapidly growing cannabis market. Neither Altria nor Cronos has responded publicly to the report.
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The latest round of UN climate change talks have kicked off in the Polish coal city of Katowice — one of the most polluted sites in Europe.

This year's COP24 will follow up on the critical Paris Climate Agreement of 2015, which agreed to shift away from fossil fuels.


It came as tens of thousands of people marched through Brussels calling on governments to stick to their climate change commitments.

The two-week conference started a day early to give negotiations a better chance in the wake of deep political divisions.
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Going into this season, all the buzz surrounding the Los Angeles Lakers was about LeBron James, and rightfully so. However, there was also a great deal of excitement for Brandon Ingram and his potential to be the No. 2 option to James.

Ingram, a former second-overall pick, had shown flashes in his first two seasons with the Lakers. Fans were also hopeful that 21-year-old would start to put it all together this season because of an offseason of weights and skills training with Micah Lancaster, who worked with Victor Oladipo before his breakout season with the Indiana Pacers.
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Amazon's smart plug lets you easily control lights, appliances and other gadgets by voice or with your phone no matter where you are. CNBC will walk you through how to set up and use the Amazon smart plug. It's very easy.
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As representatives gather in Poland for talks on climate change, we look at how hot the world has got and what can we can all do to tackle global warming.
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Transformers' most iconic character Optimus Prime returns for the "Bumblebee" movie and this is his first look, as it was revealed in the movie's first trailer.
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When the new Mac mini and MacBook Air debuted in late October, Apple added an online store listing for an upcoming Blackmagic eGPU Pro.

At the time it was first introduced, the listing for the new eGPU said that it would be released in late November, but as pointed out by 9to5Mac, the listing now says that the device won't be coming until December.

Read more at: https://www.macrumors.com/2018/11/29/blackmagic-egpu-pro-december/amp/
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President Donald Trump on Thursday announced that he is canceling a previously scheduled meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, citing recent naval clashes between Russian and Ukrainian military ships.
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Hot off the release of fully encrypted traffic earlier this month, Google's cellular service, Project Fi, is getting a new name and greatly expanded device support—although that device support comes with some caveats.

Read more at: https://arstechnica.com
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Petro Poroshenko’s support is so low, ‘you need to do something to aggravate the situation,’ Russian president says.
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A massive, hairy rhinoceros nicknamed the "Siberian unicorn" lived much longer than previously believed and walked the Earth with humans, a new study claims.

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In an open letter and a press conference, some of the migrants who remain in a Mexico shelter asked for a chance to seek asylum as a human right.
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China is going to this week's G-20 summit hoping for a deal to ease a damaging trade war with the United States, Beijing's ambassador to Washington said on Tuesday, while warning of dire consequences if U.S. hardliners try to separate the world's two largest economies.


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A few days ago, we saw leaked Galaxy S10 benchmarks for the Snapdragon 8150 versions, which showed notable performance gains over previous-generation silicon, although some of those scores weren’t able to touch the new iPhones, which rock Apple's powerful A12 processor.


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This morning, I woke up with one thought in my head: The fate of democracy in my country may be decided by a vote over which I have no control. The Ukrainian president and parliament have just joined to pass legislation that could mark the beginning of the end of the democratic institutions for which so many have fought and died.
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Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says he believes the UK parliament will ratify the deal.


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Breakthrough achieved after all-night work by EU and Spanish advisers.


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Magnitude 63 earthquake hits western Iran hundreds injured

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Apple introduced three iPhones this year with a huge fanfare: the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. But two months after the launch, the company is trying to find new ways to fight the low demand for the new lineup. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, it’s planning to revive the iPhone X. The report states that some of Apple’s suppliers have resumed the iPhone X production, months after the Cupertino company stopped selling the device in its own stores. Additionally, Apple needs to buy a specific amount of OLED panels from Samsung to restart production of the iPhone X.

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A cleaning lady in Greece has been given a 10-year jail term — for lying about her primary school education. The woman, 53, had worked for a state-funded nursery for 15 years before a review in 2014 revealed she had forged an education certificate. She completed five years of primary education but changed documents to make it look like she had done six. The minimum requirement for state-employed cleaners is to complete the first six years of elementary education. The case has caused an uproar in Greece for being unduly strict. The Hellenic Association for Human Rights said the decision was “inhuman” and the judge “excessively rigid”.


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YouTube knows that its mid-roll ads can be annoying, but ads are also how the platform makes money. So now it's looking to make something of a compromise - you watch two ads before your video plays, and you can avoid being disrupted later.
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It’s a good thing our Power Rangers: All Stars tips, cheats and strategies are here to help you build the best possible team!


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A small but important exhibition explains how bacteria helped kickstart life on Earth – and why new antibiotics may be too expensive to develop in time
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Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) is one of the most talked-about companies out there, and CEO Elon Musk is usually at the center of the discussion. A year full of distractions at the electric auto maker is coming to a close, and despite many investors betting against the company, 2018 is on pace to finish out with the stock trading solidly up double digits. As polarizing as Tesla and its fearless leader may be, the numbers always win out.
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Spain’s prime minister said he fully intends to veto the Brexit deal if no agreement on Gibraltar can be found. And he warned that if there’s no agreement, the European Council on Sunday “will most likely not take place.” “Not enough guarantees have been given yet around the agreement that’s being negotiated in Brussels and, therefore, Spain maintains its veto,” Pedro Sánchez told reporters in Havana during a state visit to Cuba. The Spanish government insists that the Brexit deal must make clear that negotiations on the future relationship between Gibraltar and the EU will be conducted separately to those between the U.K. and EU, and that they can only proceed with Madrid’s approval.
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The Trump administration just published a major report documenting the advance of climate change, weeks earlier than expected and on a day many Americans are occupied with family and holiday shopping. The news is predictably bad, but this time the tally comes with a pricetag—one significantly larger than you’ll find at the mall.


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Kyrie Irving apologizes for Thanksgiving comment

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Instagram says it is testing new layout designs for user profiles over the next few weeks that will make them easier to use and better at helping people connect with each other on the social network.


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An Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander said on Wednesday that U.S. bases in Afghanistan, the UAE and Qatar, and U.S. aircraft carriers in the Gulf were within range of Iranian missiles, as tensions rise between Tehran and Washington.


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"We will have a politically chaotic situation" without a deal, finance minister Philip Hammond said.


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Chances are, you or someone you know is getting ready to shop on Black Friday.

The informal kickoff to the Christmas shopping season has morphed into a spectacle that helps retailers lure shoppers to their stores.

Millions of Americans participate in the bonanza. More than 70% of people who plan to shop during the holiday season will turn out for Black Friday sales this year, according to a survey from Deloitte.

It's one of the most important shopping days in the United States, but, despite a common perception, the name has nothing to do with red or black ink on a merchant's balance sheet. Black Friday started in the 1950s in Philadelphia.
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Only half of the positions that Amazon.com Inc. AMZN, +1.42% has promised to bring to its two new headquarters in New York and Virginia will be tech jobs, government officials in both states say.

New York City officials said during a presentation Tuesday night that of the at least 25,000 jobs that the online retailer plans to bring to a new headquarters in Long Island City, Queens, 12,500 will be in tech.
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Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain, who came to Brussels on Wednesday evening hoping to improve her chances of winning parliamentary approval for her plan for withdrawal from the European Union, is discovering once again that other nations of the bloc have domestic politics, too.
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Turkish-born astrophysicist Burçin Mutlu-Pakdil shares her name with a rare double ring of stars more than 350 light-years away.
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Venom continues to pull in lots of money at the worldwide box office and has now outgrossed every X-Men movie ever released. When it was announced that Sony Pictures would be producing a live-action Venom movie for the big screen, many people didn't take it too seriously - and there are multiple reasons for that. Sony has been trying to put together a Venom movie for several years now, so hearing about it again wasn't too surprising. Plus, the fact that Spider-Man wasn't going to be in it was a factor in people believing the movie would flop
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Behold this brand new exclusive photo from Monster Hunter, Screen Gems' upcoming live-action movie adaptation of the Capcom video game franchise.
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Οι απουσίες φέρνουν τον νεαρό στην ενδεκάδα του Παναθηναϊκού.
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Ικανοποιημένοι οι άνθρωποι του Παναθηναϊκού από την μέχρι τώρα εικόνα του πιτσιρικά στις προπονήσεις της ομάδας.
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Stocks dropped again Tuesday as losses mounted for the world's largest technology companies. Retailers also fell, and energy companies plunged with oil prices as the market sank back into the red for the year.
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A team of scientists at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) and McGill University have identified three genes responsible for recurrent molar pregnancies, a rare complication that occurs when a non-viable pregnancy with no embryo implants in the uterus. The results of this study could have important implications, since until now very little is known about the genetic causes of all forms of fetal loss. Their study has recently been published in The American Journal of Human Genetics.
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A team of researchers from Canada, France and Poland has found that electrons inside of some ceramic crystals appear to dissipate in a surprising, yet familiar way—possibly a clue to the reason for the odd behavior of "strange metals." In their paper published in the journal Nature Physics, the researchers describe their experiments to better understand why strange metals behave the way they do.
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Representative Mia Love Once a Republican Star Loses Re-Election in Utah

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An international firestorm erupted over the possibility that a Russian official could become the new president of global police agency Interpol, as Moscow denounced a demand by U.S. senators that the Trump administration block the candidacy of a Kremlin-backed nominee.
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Every major cryptocurrency was down sharply on Monday morning, with many hitting levels not seen since 2017.

Bitcoin fell below $5,100, a low not seen since October 2017. Ethereum's currency, ether, fell below $155—down 25 percent over the last week. Ether's value hasn't been this low since July 2017.

The weekend's losses are a continuation of last week's selloff.
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Microsoft acquires FSLogix to enhance Office 365 virtual desktop experience

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Instagram wants to fight fake likes, follows, and comments by more actively removing them. Any fake likes and follows from accounts that use third-party services to get more engagement are going to now be removed for violating the platform’s Community Guidelines and Terms of Use, the company announced as part of policy change today.
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The British PM said "engineers from Sydney or software developers from Delhi" would no longer find themselves in line behind people from E.U. countries.
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A female protester has died after being hit by a motorist as demonstrators angry at fuel tax hikes gridlocked parts of France on Saturday. Police said 47 other protesters had also been injured, three critically, as France's newest people's movement, the "gilets jaunes" (yellow vests), staged a day of action
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Το Bitcoin, το Ripple, το Litecoin και άλλα κρυπτονομίσματα βρίσκονται και πάλι σε ελεύθερη πτώση. Πρόκειται για το πέμπτο sell-off που έχει σημειωθεί από την αρχή του χρόνου.
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A Falcon 9 rocket with a pre-flown first stage successfully launched the Es'hail-2 communications satellite today (Nov. 15). And the first stage aced its landing, touching down on a SpaceX "droneship" off the Florida coast.
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U.S. stocks rose on Thursday on optimism the United States and China could resolve their trade dispute, after a news report said Washington would pause further tariffs on Chinese imports.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May is defying demands to quit as she battles to keep control of her fractious government long enough to deliver a Brexit deal that’s drawn ire from across the political spectrum.
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Battlefield 5’s campaign is split up into three "War Stories" set in North Africa, France and Norway. Unlike Battlefield 1’s six varied stories, these vignettes feel like all the World War II games that came before. Here’s our review of the single-player campaign for Battlefield 5, which publicly launches Nov. 20 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.
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Including a remote Scottish island with wonderful wildlife, a hidden foodie gem in the East Midlands and a traditional Cornish village.
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Enbrel and Humira are medications that doctors prescribe to treat rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions. Both help lower inflammation in the joints and are similar, regarding their available forms, storage, and costs. Learn more about Enbrel and Humira, and which might be the most appropriate, here.
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These four “natural” therapies for depression have rigorous, peer-reviewed scientific studies to support their use.
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Starbucks Corp. (SBUX - Get Report) plans to lay off about 350 employees from its global corporate workforce.

CEO Kevin Johnson sent an internal memo to employees Tuesday notifying them of the layoffs, with areas including marketing, creative, product, technology, and store development being targeted for downsizing. The job cuts amount to roughly 5% of the company's global corporate workforce.
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The selloff in oil showed no signs of slowing Tuesday as crude futures fell 7%, pushing the market deeper into bear territory. And the response of oil consumers? It's alright if OPEC can't balance the market as U.S. production is what's needed in coming years.

Twelve straight days of losses -- even worse than the slump of 1984 -- have culminated in an oil price slide of almost 30%, prompting Saudi Arabia and OPEC to plan emergency supply cuts amid U.S. crude output at record highs.

In Tuesday's session, U.S. WTI settled down $4.24, or 7%, at $55.69 per barrel, after sinking to one-year low of $55.11. The U.S. crude futures market has lost about 28% since hitting four-year highs of nearly $77 in early October.
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Apple in late October unveiled a refreshed version of the Mac mini, marking the first update to the company's smallest desktop machine in four years.

We managed to get our hands on one of the new Mac mini models, and in our latest video, we unbox it and share our first impressions on the revamped machine.
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Although all eyes were on Samsung's foldable Galaxy phone last week, we're getting closer to the release of Samsung's next true flagship: the Galaxy S10.

Samsung usually reveals the next Galaxy S phone sometime in the beginning of the year. And we may be getting more clues about what to expect as that timeline draws closer.

The latest leak comes from frequent phone tipster Evan Blass, who has a track record of sharing info on upcoming Samsung phones.
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President Donald Trump claimed on Tuesday that his administration is aware of more than a dozen ballistic missile bases in North Korea, labeling a New York Times report on those sites "inaccurate" and "more fake news."

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Theresa May is speaking to senior ministers one-to-one ahead of a special cabinet on Wednesday.
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NASA's Juno spacecraft continues to send never-before-seen views of Jupiter home, which includes the one at the top of this page that shows a "dragon's eye" on its surface from about 4,400 miles away.
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Without the Sun, none of us would actually be here, so we should be pretty thankful that it exists at all. That being said, tumbling through space around a star isn’t always a walk in the park, especially when that star has a temper.
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Αγνωστοι χάκερ «αιχμαλώτισαν» για δύο ημέρες τα ηλεκτρονικά σύστηματα του ομίλου με αποτέλεσμα να μπλοκάρουν τα πάντα - Από τις ταμειακές μηχανές στα Everest και τα Goody's έως τα τιμολόγια για τα προϊόντα της ΔΕΛΤΑ - Η πολιορκία τελείωσε όταν πληρώθηκαν €75.000 σε bitcoin
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Stan Lee, the legendary writer, editor and publisher of Marvel Comics whose fantabulous but flawed creations made him a real-life superhero to comic-book lovers everywhere, has died. He was 95.


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The previously undisclosed base contains networks of tunnels used to hide and fuel mobile missiles. Intelligence agencies believe there are some 20 similar bases scattered throughout North Korea.


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