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Rare black seadevil Anglerfish caught on video

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A nightmare-inducing sea creature made famous in ‘Finding Nemo’ was caught on video in the depths of the ocean for the first time. Scientists believe global warming is affecting its environment, bringing the rare anglerfish species to shallower waters. As shown in Pixar’s famous fish film, anglers get their name from the built-in fishing rod attached to their foreheads. The black seadevil (scientific... 

British NHS staff stage mass protest

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Britain’s National Health Service workers have staged a mass walkout over a pay dispute with the government. Over 400,000 NHS workers, including midwives, nurses, radiographers and psychiatric staff, have taken action as part of an ongoing battle with the government over pay. The strikes follow a government decision to reject a proposed 1 percent pay rise. Four hours of industrial action began at... 

Why the Grand Jury Didn’t Indict Darren Wilson

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Newly released pictures of Darren Wilson’s injuries, presented to Ferguson grand jury. Photo of Officer Darren Wilson released tonight as part of the evidence presented to the Ferguson grand jury. Newly released photos of Officer Darren Wilson’s injuries, presented to the grand jury. Photos released to the media reveal why the grand jury in Missouri did not indict police officer Darren... 

Madagascar officials raise bubonic plague death toll to 47

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The Anosibe slum area is seen in the Malagasy capital Antananarivo. Malagasy officials have raised the death toll from a recent bubonic plague outbreak to 47 as the bacterial disease spreads through the country. Madagascar’s Health Ministry made the announcement on Monday, and warned that the toll would probably rise over the coming months as it spreads towards the capital Antananarivo. They added... 

US Defense Secretary Hagel resigns over disagreements with White House

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US President Barack Obama and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel embrace during a press conference to announce Hagel’s departure at the White House on Nov. 24, 2014 in Washington, DC. United States Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down from his post atop the Pentagon, the Obama-appointee said Monday from the White House. Flanked by US President Barack Obama and the vice president during a... 

Erdogan’s gender inequality comments at women’s rights conference spark outrage

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Turkey’s president says men and women cannot be equal, and that feminists don’t understand motherhood. Recep Tayyip Erdogan caused widespread offence with his comments at a conference on women’s rights in Ankara. “You cannot make women and men equal; this is against nature,” Erdogan stated on Monday. “You cannot subject a pregnant woman to the same working conditions as a man. You cannot... 

Heavy flooding kills at least 35 in southern Morocco

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A car is carried away by flood waters in the southern region of Ouarzazate in Morocco, November 22, 2014. At least 35 people have been killed in a flooding in Morocco while 214 others have been rescued, the country’s Interior Ministry says. The southern province of Guelmim which was worst affected by the floods, accounted for 24 of the fatalities, the Interior Ministry said in a statement. The... 

America’s toughest sheriff prepares to use Obama’s own words against him in amnesty showdown

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Staunch Obama critic and Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio has filed a lawsuit against the president for taking executive action on immigration. “I am not seeking to myself enforce the immigration laws as this is the province of the federal government,” Arpaio, who calls himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” said in a statement, according to CBS News. “Rather, I am seeking to have the president... 

Over 100 people killed in DR Congo last week by Ugandan rebels

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More than 100 people have been killed in an alleged attack by Ugandan rebels in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, lawmakers say. The carnage took place near the volatile town of Beni, North Kivu Province, on Thursday, members of parliament told reporters. The bodies of 95 people were found in a mass grave while nine other dead bodies were shown to authorities at a morgue, said opposition lawmaker,... 

Cleveland cop shoots 12-year-old boy carrying BB gun

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A 12-year-old boy who according to police was “armed” has been shot and seriously injured in the stomach in an “officer involved shooting” at a recreation center in Cleveland, Ohio. The boy’s weapon turned out to be an air gun “resembling” real pistol. The shooting happened around 3:30 pm at Cudell Rec Center located at 1910 West Boulevard, after police responded to a distress... 

FBI arrests 2 New Black Panther members over bombing plot in Ferguson

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Two men have been arrested by FBI and indicted on weapons charges near St.Louis, Missouri. According to CBS news source the suspects were allegedly plotting to set off pipe bombs amid the ongoing Ferguson protests. The suspects were arrested by the federal agents as part of an undercover operation in St. Louis after they attempted to buy explosives on Thursday. Meanwhile, St. Louis Today reports the... 

Germany reports second case of avian influenza

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A worker in a bio-hazard suit waits to disinfect a truck which is loaded with ducks culled for bird flu infection, at the exit of a poultry farm in southern Germany. A new case of the H5N8 strain of bird flu, which is highly contagious among birds but has never been detected in humans, has been found in a wild goose in northern Germany. “The H5N8 virus has been confirmed in a wild bird in [Germany’s... 

“Rogue” Obama’s Amnesty Is “Impeachable Act” – Pat Buchanan

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Political analyst Pat Buchanan has chimed in on the executive immigration uproar, labeling it an “impeachable act,” while there are fresh indications that House Republicans do not intend to act against the order. Appearing on public affairs program The McLaughlin Group, Buchanan said “He [Obama] is behaving as a rogue president.” “Politically, it may be a very clever move, he’s divided... 

Teachers protest against education cuts in Hungary

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Demonstrators gather on the Kossuth Square in front of the Hungarian Parliament building during an anti-government demonstration, called Day of Public Outcry in Budapest, Hungary, November. 17, 2014. Thousands of Hungarian teachers have staged an anti-government protest in the capital Budapest to call for dialogue on education reforms and a halt to funding cuts. Some 2,000 teachers said on Saturday... 

Tiny Doo may face 25 years in prison over No Safety album

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Brandon Duncan has no criminal record, but could face a life sentence of 25 years in prison as prosecutors say his latest album lent artistic motivation for a recent string of gang-related shootings. San Diego County prosecutors have charged Duncan, 33, with nine felonies connected to a wave of gang-related shootings in the California city. Although the musician has not been charged with discharging... 
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