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Apple has announced new IPhone 12 with four new models

The iPhone 12 has been announced by Apple, with four new models in the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

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Two World War II era bombs explode while defusing in Poland

“The deflagration process turned into detonation. The object can be regarded as neutralized and not threatened, "the 8th Coastal Defense Flotilla spokesman, Second Lieutenant Grzegorz Lewandowski, was quoted by state-run news agency PAP.

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Boris Johnson disagrees for a UK-wide lockdown despite calls from advisors

The UK Government has opted for a three-tier system of local actions this week in a rapidly increasing situation.

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Trump and Biden to hold town halls after the cancellation of debates

The two city halls start at 8 p.m. Eastern, but the last word is going to be Biden. An additional half hour's analysis takes 90 minutes to the ABC event, moderated by George Stephanopoulos. The city hall at Trump's NBC is an hour away.

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Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' star dies due to cardiac arrest

Conchata Ferrell, who was famous for her role as Berta the housekeeper on ‘Two and a Half Men’ died following cardiac arrest. She was 77.

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Cyber warriors warns working from home increases vulnerability

Cyber warriors on NATO's eastern edge are warning that the growing number of people working from home globally due to the pandemic is increasing vulnerability to cyber attacks.

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US Election 2020: Trump dances at Florida rally and says to crowd "I'll just give you a big fat kiss"

US President Donald Trump danced at a Florida rally ahead of the US election last night and told the huge crowd that he will give a ‘big fat kiss’ to everyone in the rally.

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Thai protestors show off force in Bangkok streets

Pro-Royalist demonstrations were small, compared to the tens of thousands who joined the biggest anti-government demonstration in September, but Wednesday's gathering of royalists was much larger.

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Coronavirus cases crosses 38.09 million, death toll at 1.08 million worldwide

More than 38.09 million people have been reported to have been infected with the novel coronavirus worldwide and about 1.09 million have died, according to the Reuters report published on Wednesday.

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Joe Biden 'choking like a dog', says Trump

At the event in Pennsylvania, Mr. Trump said that Mr. Biden was "shocking like a dog" during their televised debate, called him a mental "shot," and claimed that the Democratic candidate was a communist pawn.

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Death toll reaches 600 in conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan

Nagorno-Karabakh military officials said that 16 more of their servicemen had been killed in combat on Tuesday, bringing the total number of deaths among military personnel to 532 since the beginning of the fighting on September 27.

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WHO chief calls herd immunity approach 'unethial'

The World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Monday called the herd immunity idea is ''unethical''.

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Iran reports drone crash near Azerbaijan border as fighting continues

A ceasefire over the weekend has failed to prevent renewed clashes over Nagorno-Karabak despite pleas from world powers

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Donald Trump dances his way back into his campaign, says 'I feel powerful'

The ensuing rally unfolded with all the trademark patriotism and energy for the crowd of thousands, many without masks and all waved US flags or Trump merchandise.

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Armenian military shot down an Azerbaijani Su-25 fighter with Igla MANPADS

The attack took place a few hours ago, and the information about the incident is quite contradictory. The Armenian forces shot down the Azerbaijani Su-25, according to field sources. According to others, the same aircraft suffered very serious damage to the hull and it is not clear whether it had crashed or managed to return to its base.

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President Trump tests negative for Coronavirus

In a White House memo just a few hours before President Trump was due to resume campaign rallies, Dr. Sean Conley said the President had tested negative on consecutive days using the Abbott Laboratories BinaxNOW antigen card.

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Biden lead over Trump growing in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania: Reuters Poll

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden pulled further ahead of President Donald Trump in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, building momentum in two states that could decide the winner of November`s election, Reuters/Ipsos opinion polls showed on Monday.

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Kangana Ranaut hits out on Bollywood for filing suit against 'media houses'

Kangana Ranaut again hits out on Bollywood after the news came out that filmmakers and associated production houses filed a lawsuit in the Delhi High Court yesterday for "irresponsible reporting by certain media houses".

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According to lab studies, Coronavirus can survive on surfaces for 28 days

The coronavirus that causes Covid-19 can survive on items such as banknotes and phones for up to 28 days in cool, dark conditions, according to a study by Australia's national science agency.

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U.K. Government Expands Wage Subsidies to Help Businesses Hit by COVID

British Chancellor Rishi Sunak has provided for an extension of the wage subsidies for employees of companies that have been forced to close under the new COVID-19 restrictions.

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Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson win the 2020 Nobel Prize in Economic Science

Economists have studied how auctions work, designing new auction formats for goods and services that are difficult to sell in traditional ways, such as radio frequencies.

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Democrats focus on Obamacare fate at Trump Supreme Court nominee's hearing

Democratic senators on Monday painted President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett as a threat to the Obamacare healthcare law and denounced the Republican drive to approve her before the Nov. 3 U.S. election as the Senate Judiciary Committee began her four-day confirmation hearing.

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Armenia violates ceasefire, kills 41 civilians, injures 205 more

A total of 41 civilians have been killed in Azerbaijan, while 205 people have been injured as a result of Armenia's planned aggression against Azerbaijani civilian settlements.

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A group of teenagers under investigation by Nepal Police over an insensitive Facebook group

While this topic has been extremely sensitive to most people, some netizens beg to differ. A Facebook user, who shall remain nameless due to privacy reasons, created a Facebook page named "Raper Association" on Sunday.  

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North Korea parades possibly the largest ballistic missile yet

Kim Jong UN warns that he will march full nuclear power if Pyongyang is threatened, as never-before-seen weapons unveiled for 75 years in power for the ruling party.

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Coronavirus: Millions could be banned from socializing under new three-tier restrictions.

Millions of people could be banned from mixing inside and outside-and thousands of pubs could be forced to close under new coronavirus restrictions.

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Bus-train collision in Thailand kills 20

The bus to the Buddhist temple collided with a train in central Thailand on Sunday, killing at least 20 people dead and

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