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Capital-Gazette Shooting  in Annapolis

Capital-Gazette Shooting in Annapolis

A man was shot outside the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, reaching several people. There are several wounded, according to information released by the US media. The suspect was arrested. According to a police officer, even though the shootings took place outside, people are being evacuated from the building. Marc Limansky, spokesperson for Anne Arundel County Police, says officers […]

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New conifer-shaped cell tower in Northern Ontario

New conifer-shaped cell tower in Northern Ontario

Rogers Communications has decided to blend in with the Sudburian scenery, building a a cell tower that looks like a fir tree. LTE service will be available to residents of the south of Greater Sudbury City in the summer. The fir tower seems to appeal to residents, including Duncan Robertson who lives in this area. It’s less ugly than an […]

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Where is Justin Beaver?

Where is Justin Beaver?

Justin Beaver, the stuffed beaver of a Cheam Lake Wetland Interpretive Park in Chilliwack, a municipality about 100 kilometers (62 Miles) east of Vancouver, was stolen in mid-April. The animal, which owes its nickname to park staff, vanished during a presentation to a group of “very energetic” freshmen, says park technician Gord Gadsden. While Mr. Gadsden was making a presentation, […]

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Man Attacked three times in four years by wild animals

Man Attacked three times in four years by wild animals

In less than four years, Dylan McWilliams was bitten by a snake, woke up one morning in the mouth of a bear and thought he was losing his leg in the jaw of a shark in Hawaii. “My parents are grateful that I’m still alive,” the 20-year-old Colorado native told the Honolulu Star Advertiser newspaper about his latest misadventure. Dylan […]

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Chinese man steals 800 meters of road in one night

Chinese man steals 800 meters of road in one night

A thief in China stole about 800 meters from a concrete paved road to resell them and earn some money, a misdemeanor in the space of one night, a Chinese media outlet reported. It was residents of Sankeshu Village, Jiangsu Province, in the east of the country, who called police on Jan. 24 to report the mysterious disappearance of the […]

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New Zealand Strange Sea Monster Actually Killer Whale Remains

New Zealand Strange Sea Monster Actually Killer Whale Remains

Visitors to a New Zealand beach have been equally fascinated and repulsed by seeing a strange sea creature which has recently washed up on the shore. Some consider the 30-foot long grisly monster to be some sort of prehistoric creature. Scientists have identified the remains of the so-called sea monster as most likely that of an orca killer whale. A […]

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A heart-shaped flight for Valentine’s Day

The airline Virgin Atlantic celebrated Lovers’ Day by having one of its planes fly through a giant heart-shaped course off the UK. The Airbus A330 took off from Gatwick Airport near London at around 11:00 am local time for a mandatory flight test for all new aircraft. When it reached the Cornish peninsula, west of Britain, the plane branched off […]

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Windows too clean for Apple Park

Windows too clean for Apple Park

The many windows of Apple’s new headquarters are so transparent that employees hit them repeatedly. Inaugurated last spring in Cupertino, California, the Apple Park is expected to accommodate 12,000 employees. This large ring-shaped building was designed by architect Norman Foster. The view opens to the outside through large windows measuring over 13 meters high. Inside, glass is also very present […]

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Hemingway’s Six-Toed Cats Brave Out Hurricane Irma

Hemingway’s Six-Toed Cats Brave Out Hurricane Irma

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, home to roughly 50 six-toed cats descended from one that belonged to Hemingway when he was alive, made it safely through Hurricane Irma. Jacque Sands, the general manager of the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum told the newspaper that the house was not severely damaged by the cyclone, and that the museum’s 10 staffers […]

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“Zombie Dogs” Roaming Chicago Neighborhood

“Zombie Dogs” Roaming Chicago Neighborhood

For a few weeks, the population of Chicago has been alarmed by the appearance of coyotes that go out to hunt by day. Police in Hanover Park, a suburb of Chicago, warned people to keep their pets inside the house to keep them from being attacked by “zombie dogs.” According to police, in recent weeks they received several reports on […]

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