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Scientists Warn that Current Efforts Are Not Enough to Save the Great Barrier Reef

Scientists Warn that Current Efforts Are Not Enough to Save the Great Barrier Reef

Experts have recently warned that the existing plans in place to save the Great Barrier Reef are no longer capable of protecting the site from damage. Thus, it has been suggested that conservation efforts be shifted to something along the lines of a backup plan with the intention of maintaining the reef’s “ecological function” rather...

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Pope and Trump Meet at the Vatican

Pope and Trump Meet at the Vatican

Pope Francis welcomed Trump to the home of Roman Catholicism this Wednesday as he conveyed a characteristically diplomatic message despite the pope’s clear accentuation of the stark contrast between his role as a global moral model and Trump’s nationalist intentions. The two met in the pope’s personal study for roughly half an hour, only accompanied...

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Marchesa Expanding Horizons: Plans to Stage 2 Runway Shows During Arab Fashion Week in Dubai

Marchesa Expanding Horizons: Plans to Stage 2 Runway Shows During Arab Fashion Week in Dubai

In addition to its latest store that has recently been inaugurated in Dubai. Marchesa plans to increase its presence in the fashion scene there through its status as the guest designer during this month’s Arab Fashion Week. Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig are set to jet off to the Middle East for these two fashion...

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One More American Detained in North Korea: Four Total

One More American Detained in North Korea: Four Total

North Korea has detained yet another American, who worked at a private university in Pyongyang. This raises the total to US citizens being held captive under Kim Jong Un’s regime in the isolated nation. Kim Hak-song, who was an employee at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST), was detained this past Saturday, according...

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Decrease in American Airlines Coach Legroom on the Way

Decrease in American Airlines Coach Legroom on the Way

Airline passengers within the United States have had a significant amount to complain about in the over the course of the last three weeks, but they can soon add an additional item to the list: Later this year, American Airlines intends to give some passengers almost as little legroom as some of the most hard-hitting...

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United Update: CEO to Face Court about Passenger Mistreatment

United Update: CEO to Face Court about Passenger Mistreatment

Lawmakers castigated executives from United Airlines and other carriers this Tuesday as part of the first of two congressional hearings that commenced in an effort to address the highly publicized incident of the airport police dragging a man off a United flight last month. “The reason I’m sitting here now is because on April 9...

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CDC Alerts: US Yellow Fever Vaccine Will Run Short This Summer

CDC Alerts: US Yellow Fever Vaccine Will Run Short This Summer

According to a statement released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this past Friday, American supplies of yellow fever vaccines are projected to run out this summer. Along with this announcement, the CDC also divulged a report that included a proposal to guarantee uninterrupted access. Yellow fever is a potentially fatal viral...

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Careful: Alcohol Linked to Heart Arrhythmias

Careful: Alcohol Linked to Heart Arrhythmias

Researchers in Germany conducted a study that has led them to the conclusion that getting drunk is correlated with heart arrhythmias, which are atypical heart rhythms. The researchers conducted the study in an atmosphere that was full of possible subjects to partake in such. “Basically we were sitting over a beer or two, ironically, and...

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