40 dead, hundreds injured as explosions rock churches, hotels in Sri Lanka: Report

At least 40 people were killed and hundreds more injured as several churches and hotels were rocked by simultaneous explosions on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka, according to media reports. Six explosions took place in three Christian churches and three hotels, according to The Associated Press. A Colombo National Hospital official told ABC News at least 40 people were killed […]

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Mum's horror as girl, 2, finds used condom at McDonald's and puts it in her mouth

A MUM and dad was horrified when she saw her two-year-old daughter stuff a condom in her mouth while the family was dining in a McDonald's. To their utter horror, their toddler was chewing on a discarded condom at a restaurant in Perth, Australia.   Immediately they grabbed the black coloured condom off the girl before she choked on it […]

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China selfie app firm Meitu forays into skincare to counter drop in users

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Meitu Inc, the Chinese firm best known for its selfie image-enhancing app, said on Wednesday it is venturing into the offline skincare market as it attempts to offset the impact of dwindling app users and a money-losing smartphone business. Meitu, which listed in late 2016 in what was then Hong Kong’s largest tech IPO in a decade, […]

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Kate McKinnon to star as Elizabeth Holmes in Hulu’s Theranos miniseries: report

Kate McKinnon (left) is expected to play disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes (right) in an upcoming miniseries, according to reports. (Reuters/Getty) Actress Kate McKinnon is slated to portray the notorious Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes in a Hulu miniseries called “The Dropout,” according to multiple reports. Though Hulu hasn’t officially announced the project, both Deadline and Variety reported the news Wednesday, writing the […]

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Watch live as first ever authentic picture of a black hole is revealed

Black holes are one of the most complex features of the known universe and scientists have been studying them for decades in an effort to unlock their secrets. Today, for the first time, we may actually get to see what one looks like. Over the last two years a vast array of telescopes have been synchronized together and collectively called […]

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Did Ariana Grande come out as bisexual on new song ‘Monopoly’?

Ariana Grande‘s new song, “Monopoly,” had fans in a tizzy Monday night. After dropping her latest track, a duet with best friend and songwriter Victoria Monét, who also wrote six other songs on the “Thank U, Next” album, fans began to obsess over one specific line in the song that both artists sing: “I like women and men (yeah).” Later […]

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Britain hotter than Turkey as a three month heatwave lands

“The probability that UK average temperatures will fall into the warmest of our five categories is 50%. The coldest is 10%. “Some long-range prediction systems indicate an increased chance of high pressure to the south of the UK.” The Weather Outlook’s Brian Gaze reportedly said: “With computer models strongly favouring a warm spring, there is potential for the record for […]

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Low-key launch as Apple revamps the iPad mini and brings back iPad Air

Apple has launched a new mid-tier iPad with a larger screen and the first iPad mini update since 2015. The announcement on Monday come a week before the company rolls out a media and entertainment bundle designed to compete with Netflix. The new iPad mini.Credit:Apple The company debuted a new iPad Air with a 10.5-inch screen, bringing back a model […]

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Boeing 737 MAX software patch expected before end-March: sources

SINGAPORE/PARIS (Reuters) – Boeing Co (BA.N) plans to release upgraded software for its 737 MAX in a week to 10 days, sources familiar with the matter said. The U.S. planemaker has been working on a software upgrade for an anti-stall system and pilot displays on its fastest-selling jetliner in the wake of the deadly Lion Air crash in Indonesia in […]

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Fury as Italians cleared of gang raping woman after judge rules victim ‘looked too manly’ to be a target

Female judges based their ruling on a photograph of the victim and statements made by the defendants, who said they were not attracted to her. The shock decision has sparked fury in the city Ancona, where around 200 people protested outside the court of appeal yesterday. Both men, whose names were not identified, were originally convicted in 2016 of raping […]

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