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The 'blood lake' in Iran revealedblood-red waters of Lake Urmia (pictured from above) have been turned their hor
The 'blood lake' in Iran revealed
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
blood-red waters of Lake Urmia (pictured from above) have been turned their horrifying hue by tiny organisms living in it Two groups of organisms are thought to be involved in the lake's transformation: a family of algae called Dunaliella and an... Read more
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Daily Mail
This year's Astronomy Photographer of the Year shortlistprofessional photographers around the world have been announced Winners of thi
This year's Astronomy Photographer of the Year shortlist
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
professional photographers around the world have been announced Winners of this year's competition’s nine categories and two special prizes will be announced on 15 September The vast array of planets, stars and galaxies in the endless reach of... Read more
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UK workers suffered biggest drop in wages among advanced countriesjoining GREECE at the bottom of the league table after earnings fell by 10% Wa
UK workers suffered biggest drop in wages among advanced countries
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
joining GREECE at the bottom of the league table after earnings fell by 10% Wages in the UK fell in real terms by 10.4 per cent since financial crisis This drop was only equalled by workers in debt-ridden Greece Workers in the UK have suffered... Read more
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AI writes the 'perfect horror film'Weekly, Jack Zhang, whose film company Greenlight Essentials is producing the f
AI writes the 'perfect horror film'
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
Weekly, Jack Zhang, whose film company Greenlight Essentials is producing the film, said: 'A little over 85 per cent of movies made today don’t make a profit in box office, which is the result of a mismatch between the movies being... Read more
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Can YOU see why this photo of girls in bikinis has gone viral?shopping in bikinis has gone viral (and it's not for the reason you think)? At
Can YOU see why this photo of girls in bikinis has gone viral?
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
shopping in bikinis has gone viral (and it's not for the reason you think)? At first glance, this photo seems like an innocent-looking image But after a closer look, it's clear one of the girls is wearing an ankle monitor An eagle-eyed Imgur... Read more
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Daily Mail
Ice Bucket Challenge donations allow scientists to discover a new genethe condition lose the ability to walk, eat and talk. It can lead to total par
Ice Bucket Challenge donations allow scientists to discover a new gene
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
the condition lose the ability to walk, eat and talk. It can lead to total paralysis and usually kills sufferers within two to five years of diagnosis. While 10 per cent of cases are genetic, the others often occur without previous family... Read more
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Daily Mail
Germans revolt over four savage attacks by Muslims in a weekdeportation to Bulgaria He was among 200,000 migrants living there despite the
Germans revolt over four savage attacks by Muslims in a week
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
deportation to Bulgaria He was among 200,000 migrants living there despite their application being rejected 83 per cent of Germans see immigration as their nation's biggest challenge Angela Merkel's open door policy to refugees is no... Read more
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Why Tinder is making women MISERABLEprofiles to study how men and women use it The profiles received 8,248 male ma
Why Tinder is making women MISERABLE
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
profiles to study how men and women use it The profiles received 8,248 male matches and only 532 female matches 7 per cent of men and 21 per cent of women sent a message after matching Women took more time over writing a message compared to... Read more
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5AM - How an early menopause can raise the risk of type 2 diabeteslink is particularly strong for an early menopause, with those who have their l
5AM - How an early menopause can raise the risk of type 2 diabetes
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
link is particularly strong for an early menopause, with those who have their last period before the age of 46 being 25 per cent more likely to develop the condition in later life. And a late puberty, followed by an early menopause, ups the odds by... Read more
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The 15 things you should NEVER say in bedwrong with this if your partner's name is Alexander but if it's John, it's not
The 15 things you should NEVER say in bed
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
wrong with this if your partner's name is Alexander but if it's John, it's not going to go down too well. Eighty per cent of couples fantasise about someone else when having sex with their partner. Rather sensibly, most of us don't feel the... Read more
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The wonderful ways you can wake up looking youngerfood to add to our diet but Kiehl’s want us to put it on our faces, too. The b
The wonderful ways you can wake up looking younger
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
food to add to our diet but Kiehl’s want us to put it on our faces, too. The brand's Nightly Refining Micro-Peel Concentrate is a leave-on serum formulated to accelerate the cell turnover process revealing fresher, smoother, younger-looking... Read more
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Daily Mail
Revealed, the truth about bad breathtruths behind the myths of bad breath Most believe mouthwash works - but it on
Revealed, the truth about bad breath
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
truths behind the myths of bad breath Most believe mouthwash works - but it only works for a short period of time 95 per cent of people have no idea whether they have bad breath or not Coffee breath exists and bad breath can be caused from food... Read more
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Daily Mail
Two Moroccan brothers arrested in Spain accused of funding ISIS after a third brother died fighting alongside the terror group The pair, aged
Two Moroccan brothers arrested in Spain accused of funding ISIS
Daily Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
after a third brother died fighting alongside the terror group The pair, aged 33 and 32, were arrested during raids in Arbucies, Girona A third sibling is understood to have died in... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
WCT-KKB JV bags RM1.29b Pan Borneo dealwill undertake and complete the proposed development and upgrading of the Pan B
WCT-KKB JV bags RM1.29b Pan Borneo deal
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 7 hours ago
will undertake and complete the proposed development and upgrading of the Pan Borneo Highway in Sarawak, from Sungai Arip Bridge to Bintulu Airport Junction. It said the scope of works for the contract generally includes piling and civil works,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Trump comes out for a $10 minimum wage & says Bernie 'lied' about itTrump comes out for a 38 per cent boost in the minimum wage – to $10 per hour –
Trump comes out for a $10 minimum wage & says Bernie 'lied' about it
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
Trump comes out for a 38 per cent boost in the minimum wage – to $10 per hour – as he says Bernie Sanders 'lied' by saying he would let states lower it Donald Trump said during a Fox News Channel interview on Tuesday that he would aim for a $10 per... Read more
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Daily Mail
POLL-Trump edges ahead of Clinton in U.S. presidential race -Reuter...Donald Trump posts a two-point lead over rival Hillary Clinton as her nominatio
POLL-Trump edges ahead of Clinton in U.S. presidential race -Reuter...
Daily Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
Donald Trump posts a two-point lead over rival Hillary Clinton as her nomination is marred by party divisions and the resignation of a top official Donald Trump has posted a two-point lead over his rival Hillary Clinton July 22-26 poll found that... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Democratic convention: Bill Clinton pushes back against Republican’s ‘cartoon’ Hillaryon their electronic devices. Instead, booing and heckling from the convention
Democratic convention: Bill Clinton pushes back against Republican’s ‘cartoon’ Hillary
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
on their electronic devices. Instead, booing and heckling from the convention floor could be heard whenever speakers on centre stage mentioned Hillary Clinton’s name. The prime-time speeches capped a remarkable day that saw senior politicians,... Read more
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The New Yorker
Bill Clinton’s Quest to Save the Worldthe Brandenburg Gate: “You’ve got the French versus the Germans, the Franco-Pru
Bill Clinton’s Quest to Save the World
The New Yorker / Posted 11 hours ago
the Brandenburg Gate: “You’ve got the French versus the Germans, the Franco-Prussian War of 1871, World War One, World War Two . . .” “I said, these are the original gates, but they were restored!” he said, pointing to the yellow mortar. “They... Read more
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Daily Mail
9/11 survivor Lauren Manning gives emotional speech to DNCManning arrived to work in the offices of Cantor Fitzgerald. It started out li
9/11 survivor Lauren Manning gives emotional speech to DNC
Daily Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
Manning arrived to work in the offices of Cantor Fitzgerald. It started out like any other day, but hours later 82 per cent of her body was covered in burns. The mother-of-two was lucky to make it out of the World Trade Center alive, but has... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lack of exercise is the second biggest killer of middle-aged menper day identified in this analysis. The researchers found each increase in pr
Lack of exercise is the second biggest killer of middle-aged men
Daily Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
per day identified in this analysis. The researchers found each increase in predicted VO2 max was associated with a 21 per cent lower risk of death over 45 years. Dr Ladenvall said: 'We found low aerobic capacity was associated with increased... Read more
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Did Vikings rely upon sunset and sunrise to navigate?intensity of skylight transmitted through a dichroic sunstone, or minimal or ma
Did Vikings rely upon sunset and sunrise to navigate?
Daily Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
intensity of skylight transmitted through a dichroic sunstone, or minimal or maximal intensity difference between the two slots/spots of a birefringent sunstone), where it was fixed, and thereafter he calibrated the crystal by engraving the... Read more
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How to get a dress for just ONE CENT at Bloomingdale'sThe ultimate sale price! Find out how you can pick up clothes at Bloomingdale's
How to get a dress for just ONE CENT at Bloomingdale's
Daily Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
The ultimate sale price! Find out how you can pick up clothes at Bloomingdale's and Nordstrom Rack for just ONE CENT (and no, you don't have to break any laws) Occasionally at Bloomingdale's, there will be stock on the floor that is so old that it... Read more
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Two former Virginia Tech students indicted in slaying of teenprosecutor said Eisenhauer and Keepers both face up to life in prison, and pros
Two former Virginia Tech students indicted in slaying of teen
Daily Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
prosecutor said Eisenhauer and Keepers both face up to life in prison, and prosecutors haven't discussed a possible motive Two former Virginia Tech students were indicted on Tuesday in the slaying of a seventh-grade girl who was found dead last... Read more
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Daily Mail
Under Amour is moving into former FAO Schwarz New York City storetell their story while building its sales and brand. Also on the call, Plank s
Under Amour is moving into former FAO Schwarz New York City store
Daily Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
tell their story while building its sales and brand. Also on the call, Plank said the company's revenue grew nearly 28 per cent from last year. RELATED ARTICLES 'It's a challenging time': Rupert Murdoch says the Fox News...Boy, 3, dies after... Read more
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Daily Mail
So what IS the effect of playing violent video games?on the effects of violent video games can become especially contentious in the
So what IS the effect of playing violent video games?
Daily Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
on the effects of violent video games can become especially contentious in the wake of a rampage shooting, such as the recent killing of nine people in Munich. If it is later discovered the perpetrator was a fan of violent video games, as was... Read more
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Daily Mail
Nintendo NX will come with detachable controllers.with its own display,' the site says. 'So far so normal - but here's the twist
Nintendo NX will come with detachable controllers.
Daily Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
with its own display,' the site says. 'So far so normal - but here's the twist: we've heard the screen is bookended by two controller sections on either side, which can be attached or detached as required.' It will also see a return to... Read more
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Scientists use method that extends expiration of milk to 9 weeksCelsius Panelists did not detect differences in color, aroma, taste or afterta
Scientists use method that extends expiration of milk to 9 weeks
Daily Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
Celsius Panelists did not detect differences in color, aroma, taste or aftertaste Milk is usually drinkable for one or two weeks after the 'sell-by' date. However, a team of researchers has now eliminated 99 percent of the bacteria left behind... Read more
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Daily Mail
Could a simple hearing test diagnose autism?means most children are not diagnosed until around the age of four, despite dis
Could a simple hearing test diagnose autism?
Daily Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
means most children are not diagnosed until around the age of four, despite displaying symptoms from the age of two. But according to experts at the University of Rochester, some of the earliest and consistent signs of the disorder can... Read more
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Daily Mail
Could exercise be doing irreparable damage to your breasts?coming up and summer underway, there is plenty of motivation to exercise But r
Could exercise be doing irreparable damage to your breasts?
Daily Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
coming up and summer underway, there is plenty of motivation to exercise But research has found that as many as 80 per cent of women wear the wrong bras - including sports bras Experts have warned of the dangers of not wearing the right sports... Read more
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Daily Mail
Martin Garrix reveals he will release music with Justin Bieberhappy. He loves music just as much as I do. 'He's been touring for the last 25
Martin Garrix reveals he will release music with Justin Bieber
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
happy. He loves music just as much as I do. 'He's been touring for the last 25 years, I've been touring for the last two years. People like that are very helpful, and it's amazing how supportive they are.' Garrix's in-demand sets ensure he... Read more
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Daily Mail
Does drinking hot tea in summer really cool you down?the most popular drinks in India, and many of the leading consumers of tea per
Does drinking hot tea in summer really cool you down?
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
the most popular drinks in India, and many of the leading consumers of tea per capita are in tropical or desert regions. Recently, evidence has begun to emerge that drinking hot drinks may really help to cool you down, too. In 2012, Ollie Jay... Read more
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Daily Mail
Woman finds her dead son's heart was donated to her cousinheart was functioning at a dangerously low level. She eventually revealed to Ad
Woman finds her dead son's heart was donated to her cousin
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
heart was functioning at a dangerously low level. She eventually revealed to Adrian her heart was functioning at 10 per cent. She waited two years for a transplant and the day after Kendrick died Clintoria received the call that a heart was now... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mystery of Ceres' missing craters solveda range of craters over 60-95 miles (100-150km) in size, but the authors found
Mystery of Ceres' missing craters solved
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
a range of craters over 60-95 miles (100-150km) in size, but the authors found these are mostly absent. RELATED ARTICLES Two new 'worlds' spotted beyond Neptune: Strange orbits of...How the 'Man in the Moon' got his right eye: Lunar... Read more
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Whites just as likely to be shot by police as black peoplehigher fatality rates in black community from police may be due to higher stop
Whites just as likely to be shot by police as black people
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
higher fatality rates in black community from police may be due to higher stop and arrest rate Another study found 13 per cent of black drivers were stopped in 2011, compared to 10 per cent of whites White people are just as likely to be shot... Read more
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Daily Mail
PIERS MORGAN: We must slam our open immigration doors shutlove easy, soft targets: nightclubs, bars, cafes, sports arenas, concert halls,
PIERS MORGAN: We must slam our open immigration doors shut
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
love easy, soft targets: nightclubs, bars, cafes, sports arenas, concert halls, trains. Places where large numbers of innocent people congregate and can thus be slaughtered at will. Plummeting a new low even by their standards, two ISIS... Read more
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Daily Mail
Heath Ledger's father Kim says overdose was 'totally' actor's faulthis fault', insisting there was no one else to blame for the star's accidental
Heath Ledger's father Kim says overdose was 'totally' actor's fault
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
his fault', insisting there was no one else to blame for the star's accidental drug overdose. He is seen above in 2006 two years before his death 'It was totally his fault. It was no one else's - he reached for them. He put them in his system.... Read more
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Daily Mail
Major U.S. cities report two per cent jump in violent crimes for 2016, according to new report Major Cities Chiefs Association released their mid-y
Major U.S. cities report two per cent jump in violent crimes for 2016
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
, according to new report Major Cities Chiefs Association released their mid-year report on Monday Report shows a two per cent increase in overall violent crime compared to the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Latest poll gives Trump NO bounce from Cleveland conventionthe Cleveland convention and is still stuck behind Clinton Clinton leads Trump
Latest poll gives Trump NO bounce from Cleveland convention
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
the Cleveland convention and is still stuck behind Clinton Clinton leads Trump by statistically insignificant 46 to 45 per cent in new NBC poll Trump has slight lead in four-way race He got slight bounce among Republicans, but none among... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why are women always encouraged to have vaginal births?section had been performed. RELATED ARTICLES Would YOU perform surgery on you
Why are women always encouraged to have vaginal births?
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
section had been performed. RELATED ARTICLES Would YOU perform surgery on yourself if your life depended...Father-of-two had both his feet and right hand amputated...Schoolgirl, 11, cannot go out in the sun because rare...Heartbreak as... Read more
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Daily Mail
Weepo is the app that tells you the ratio of men to women at a barwith a ratio you like, the app allows you to swipe through the individual profi
Weepo is the app that tells you the ratio of men to women at a bar
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
with a ratio you like, the app allows you to swipe through the individual profiles of other people who are going there. If two users match, they can chat on Weepo, with the knowledge that they will meet when they reach the venue. RELATED... Read more
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Daily Mail
Are YOU putting off laser eye surgery? Read this!decided to face his fears and finally correct his vision with laser eye surgery
Are YOU putting off laser eye surgery? Read this!
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
decided to face his fears and finally correct his vision with laser eye surgery The numbers abated my fears: more than two million people a year have it done, it must be safe. In fact, when I met with Dr Sajjad Mughal, he told me that not a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Democratic convention: Michelle Obama makes powerful case for Hillary Clintonon their electronic devices. Instead, booing and heckling from the convention
The Democratic convention: Michelle Obama makes powerful case for Hillary Clinton
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
on their electronic devices. Instead, booing and heckling from the convention floor could be heard whenever speakers on centre stage mentioned Hillary Clinton’s name. The prime-time speeches capped a remarkable day that saw senior politicians,... Read more
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First American to have double hand transplant wants both removeddouble hand transplant in the U.S. in 2009 but it didn't work Father wants the
First American to have double hand transplant wants both removed
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
double hand transplant in the U.S. in 2009 but it didn't work Father wants the hands removed because he has 'zero per cent' function But going back to prosthetics could have complications for Mr Kepner The first American to undergo a double... Read more
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Daily Mail
Would YOU perform self-surgery if your life depended on it?transplant patient who suffered...Millions of patients face being dropped by GP
Would YOU perform self-surgery if your life depended on it?
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
transplant patient who suffered...Millions of patients face being dropped by GPs for being TOO... Share this article A recent example is the Australian man who had his left testicle removed by a wannabe surgeon. But there are also many... Read more
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Daily Mail
VERY emotional Sanders supporters burst into tears during DNC speechdays come and go. But the struggle of the people to create a government which r
VERY emotional Sanders supporters burst into tears during DNC speech
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
days come and go. But the struggle of the people to create a government which represents all of us and not just the one per cent – a government based on the principles of economic, social, racial and environmental justice – that struggle continues.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Democratic convention: Michelle Obama makes powerful case for Hillary Clintonon their electronic devices. Instead, booing and heckling from the convention
The Democratic convention: Michelle Obama makes powerful case for Hillary Clinton
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
on their electronic devices. Instead, booing and heckling from the convention floor could be heard whenever speakers on centre stage mentioned Hillary Clinton’s name. The prime-time speeches capped a remarkable day that saw senior politicians,... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Redbridge consultation launches into controversial property licensing scheme A row of 'To Let' signs. Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA Archive/PA Images. A 12-we
Redbridge consultation launches into controversial property licensing scheme
Ilford Recorder / Posted yesterday
A row of 'To Let' signs. Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA Archive/PA Images. A 12-week consultation on two contentious property licensing schemes was launched on Monday. The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Instagram rolls out personalised video feeds worldwidefeature since April, today is the global launch Instagram wants to make videos
Instagram rolls out personalised video feeds worldwide
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
feature since April, today is the global launch Instagram wants to make videos a priority on its app going forward. It recently increased the amount of footage you can upload, and now it wants to make finding videos you might want to watch... Read more
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Daily Mail
Can YOU spot the cat among the rubbish?is hiding amid a riot of much-loved Pokemon characters The site which shared t
Can YOU spot the cat among the rubbish?
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
is hiding amid a riot of much-loved Pokemon characters The site which shared the computer game-themed challenge, most recently released a BBC Earth zebra/badger teaser. Hidden within a picture of zebras exposing their nether regions was a tiny... Read more
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Daily Mail
Marissa Mayer criticises ‘sexist reporting' of women leadersthorough process over many months, and yields a great outcome for the company.
Marissa Mayer criticises ‘sexist reporting' of women leaders
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
thorough process over many months, and yields a great outcome for the company. Verizon (file pictured) had emerged in recent days as the front-runner in the auction to acquire Yahoo. The transaction was announced formally on Monday before the... Read more
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