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Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
World wonders: Could N. Korea fire nuclear missile over Japan?Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune / Posted 12 minutes ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crew members like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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Daily Mail
Weird and wonderful facts from team behind TV's QIthe life of the White House) which was on the U.S. best-seller list for 23 week
Daily Mail / Posted 34 minutes ago
the life of the White House) which was on the U.S. best-seller list for 23 weeks. Pandas are white so they can hide in the snow and black so they can hide in the shadows. Octopuses spend three per cent of their time tidying. Because of the way... Read more
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CBS Denver
CDOT Prepares For Snow In The High CountryEISENHOWER TUNNEL, Colo (CBS4) – The mountains expected to see some snow, but C
CBS Denver / Posted 38 minutes ago
EISENHOWER TUNNEL, Colo (CBS4) – The mountains expected to see some snow, but CDOT is ready for the first snow of the season. A break in the clouds allowed a little sun to shine, belying the chill that’s in the air as a cold front moved through... Read more
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The Hindu
Tunnel Number 33rhododendrons is the aesthete’s reward. When a passing cloud lifts on the back
The Hindu / Posted 56 minutes ago
rhododendrons is the aesthete’s reward. When a passing cloud lifts on the back of a strong wind, faraway mountains with snow peaks appear momentarily. Barog comes after 32 tunnels. The over-hanging pine canopy parts ever so slightly to the... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
HALFTIME RECAP: Penn football leads in an absolute shootout at Lehigh, 35-28134 yards — including this 61-yarder — in the first half alone against Lehigh,
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted an hour ago
134 yards — including this 61-yarder — in the first half alone against Lehigh, and scored two touchdowns. Photo: William Snow BETHLEHEM, PA — This one is a high-scorer, and they're only one half in. Penn football is locked in a shootout with... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Chilly, wet weather arrives for the weekend in Colorado50s on Sunday and Monday. Colorado will have cloudy skies, fog, breezy winds,
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 2 hours ago
50s on Sunday and Monday. Colorado will have cloudy skies, fog, breezy winds, and rainfall in the lower elevations with snow in the mountains through Monday. Rainfall totals for Denver and the Front Range will be anywhere from .25″ to .75″…... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Fly to Lapland to meet Santa with Thomas Cook this Christmasare also available from Bristol, Glasgow, East Midlands and London Gatwick Airp
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 hours ago
are also available from Bristol, Glasgow, East Midlands and London Gatwick Airport. The six or seven hours on the snow includes a trip to meet Santa Claus and a gift for children, a ride on the Reindeer's sleighs and a husky sled... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
World Wonders: Could NKorea Fire Nuclear Missile Over Japan?Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 4 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crew members like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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Gazette
Gazette through the years: The restoration of an ‘eleven bedroom ruin’ in 1987that it would take them 20 years to renovate and redecorate it. Bruce admitted
Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
that it would take them 20 years to renovate and redecorate it. Bruce admitted the house is “like the Forth Bridge, it goes on and on”. He recalled tramping across the landing through snow to get to the bathroom not long after they had mo... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Coroner called after body foundman, believed to be in his late 40s or early 50s will be sent to the Toronto fo
Barrie Examiner / Posted 4 hours ago
man, believed to be in his late 40s or early 50s will be sent to the Toronto for an autopsy, he said. Neighbours Louise Snow and her son Dean were sitting outside their home across Shaw Crescent with coffees as police investigated the... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Armed with only a frying pan, Maine woman helps stop forest fireforth between the flames and a nearby pond, keeping the fire down until crews a
Bangor Daily News / Posted 4 hours ago
forth between the flames and a nearby pond, keeping the fire down until crews arrived. Officials say the flames were sparked by an unattended camp fire. Forest rangers warn that it is still fire season in Maine, and likely will be until snow fa... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
World wonders: Could North Korea fire nuclear missile over Japan?Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 5 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crew members like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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CBS Denver
Cloudy, Rainy and StormyFriday into Saturday morning rain showers and passing thunderstorms soaked a fe
CBS Denver / Posted 5 hours ago
Friday into Saturday morning rain showers and passing thunderstorms soaked a few areas of the state. The snow level in the mountains dropped down to 9,000 feet with light and wet accumulations. It will take several days for the... Read more
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The Columbian
Cheers & JeersHis loss will be felt throughout a community he had selflessly served for many
The Columbian / Posted 6 hours ago
His loss will be felt throughout a community he had selflessly served for many years. Cheers: To Cody Hershaw. Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night can keep Hershaw from being on the job and performing it in a safe manner. Because... Read more
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Boston Herald
World wonders: Could NKorea fire nuclear missile over Japan?Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
Boston Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crew members like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
World wonders: Could North Korea fire nuclear missile over Japan?Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
WWLP Springfield / Posted 6 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crew members like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Feels Like Summer, But It Is Fall Across Eastern OklahomaWell that was one wild 10 day runs with Oklahoma weather! Record snow of 27" @
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 7 hours ago
Well that was one wild 10 day runs with Oklahoma weather! Record snow of 27" @ Spavinaw and a record state low of -31 in Nowata.More >> Well that was one wild 10 day runs with Oklahoma weather! Record snow of 27" @ Spavinaw and a record state low of... Read more
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Salon.com
How Trump followed a Russian map straight to Paul ManafortRichard Rodgers Theater on West 46th Street. Which is probably why our pal Poo
Salon.com / Posted 7 hours ago
Richard Rodgers Theater on West 46th Street. Which is probably why our pal Poor Paul Manafort looked so delicious from the snow-banked streets of Moscow last year. Here was an obscure Republican hack who hadn’t been involved in a presidential... Read more
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CNET
We're testing this Disco for 12 months, and couldn't be more excitedremarkable performer when the road ends. While most of these utility vehicles w
CNET / Posted 7 hours ago
remarkable performer when the road ends. While most of these utility vehicles will never see anything more dramatic than a snow-covered gravel road, the Terrain Response 2 4WD system underpinning the Discovery is incredibly capable, scampering up... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
CelsiusTurkmenistan;Sunny and very warm;34;17;Sunny and very warm;33;16;E;8;15%;1%;5
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 7 hours ago
Turkmenistan;Sunny and very warm;34;17;Sunny and very warm;33;16;E;8;15%;1%;5 Astana, Kazakhstan;A bit of a.m. snow;3;-5;Mostly cloudy;7;-6;ENE;10;42%;4%;2 Asuncion, Paraguay;A shower or two;26;17;Warmer;32;19;E;6;58%;55%;9 Athens,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
FahrenheitTurkmenistan;Sunny and very warm;93;63;Sunny and very warm;92;61;E;5;15%;1%;5
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 7 hours ago
Turkmenistan;Sunny and very warm;93;63;Sunny and very warm;92;61;E;5;15%;1%;5 Astana, Kazakhstan;A bit of a.m. snow;38;24;Mostly cloudy;44;22;ENE;6;42%;4%;2 Asuncion, Paraguay;A shower or two;79;62;Warmer;89;67;E;4;58%;55%;9 Athens,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Records tumble as early season heat worsens fire threat across NSWon Saturday. Bourke, Bathurst and Parkes have also hit or exceeded their previo
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
on Saturday. Bourke, Bathurst and Parkes have also hit or exceeded their previous September records. Meanwhile, in the Snowy Mountains the temperature peaked at 17.5 degrees in Perisher Valley, despite predictions of snow next week when a cool... Read more
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International Business Times
Astrophysicists say mysterious cosmic rays hitting Earth started beyond our galaxy the Milky Way confirms that most of the highest energy cosmic ray particles are not coming fr
International Business Times / Posted 9 hours ago
confirms that most of the highest energy cosmic ray particles are not coming from the Milky Way galaxy," said Gregory Snow, the outreach director for the Pierre Auger Observatory. "By understanding the origins of these particles, we hope to... Read more
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heraldscotland
Life’s a marathon not a sprint for inspiring Kinghorna freak accident where she broke her back and found herself crushed in her farm
heraldscotland / Posted 9 hours ago
a freak accident where she broke her back and found herself crushed in her farmer dad Neil’s forklift as he tried to clear snow. Yet some three years later, here she was, competing at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, and here – another four down... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Cabins with
a history will see new futurethe concrete this week. The goal is to have the structures sited on the new fou
Aspen Daily News / Posted 9 hours ago
the concrete this week. The goal is to have the structures sited on the new foundations and ready for winter before the snow starts to fall. The Aspen Historical Society is working with a historical-buildings consultant on determining how much... Read more
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International Business Times
Scientists suggest 700-year-old myth about Saint Francis of Assisi could be true Francis, who was in France at the time. The friars were starving to death as th
International Business Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Francis, who was in France at the time. The friars were starving to death as they were trapped in the church because of the snow. That night, they heard someone knocking on the door. When they opened it, they found the sack containing bread that... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Sue Carlton: Job or family when a hurricane's coming — a very Florida conundrumIt must seem as foreign to Northerners as shoveling snow is to those of us rais
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 10 hours ago
It must seem as foreign to Northerners as shoveling snow is to those of us raised in the Sunshine State: The very-Florida conundrum of having to choose between work and family — between paycheck and personal safety — when a hurricane comes. This... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
No immediate solution to toxic plume in SLTno bearing on changing the work plan – but within reason, Lahontan Executive Of
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 10 hours ago
no bearing on changing the work plan – but within reason, Lahontan Executive Officer Patty Kouyoumdjian said a day after snow ushered out summer in South Lake Tahoe. “If it snows 6 inches, at least it would be harder to drill,” she said. But... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatsin the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy scien
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 hours ago
in the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy science, Noss said. Physical impacts like rain, snow and ice are more likely culprits in damage to rare native plants, he said. New science corroborates the goats' origin... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatsin the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy scien
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 hours ago
in the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy science, Noss said. Physical impacts like rain, snow and ice are more likely culprits in damage to rare native plants, he said. New science corroborates the goats' origin... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatsin the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy scien
The Register Citizen / Posted 11 hours ago
in the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy science, Noss said. Physical impacts like rain, snow and ice are more likely culprits in damage to rare native plants, he said. New science corroborates the goats' origin... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatsin the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy scien
Greenwich Time / Posted 12 hours ago
in the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy science, Noss said. Physical impacts like rain, snow and ice are more likely culprits in damage to rare native plants, he said. New science corroborates the goats' origin... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatsin the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy scien
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
in the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy science, Noss said. Physical impacts like rain, snow and ice are more likely culprits in damage to rare native plants, he said. New science corroborates the goats' origin... Read more
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New Kerala
Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton's 'Christmas' duet has finally arrived - newkerala news #274131can definitely tell that Christmas time will be a season of love for these two.
New Kerala / Posted 12 hours ago
can definitely tell that Christmas time will be a season of love for these two. "I wanna thank the storm that brought the snow/ Thanks to the string of lights that make it glow/ But I want to thank you, baby/ You make it feel like Christmas," they... Read more
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The News-Times
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatsin the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy scien
The News-Times / Posted 12 hours ago
in the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy science, Noss said. Physical impacts like rain, snow and ice are more likely culprits in damage to rare native plants, he said. New science corroborates the goats' origin... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatsin the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy scien
The Middletown Press / Posted 12 hours ago
in the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy science, Noss said. Physical impacts like rain, snow and ice are more likely culprits in damage to rare native plants, he said. New science corroborates the goats' origin... Read more
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Game Informer
Five Niche Games From TGS 2017 To Watchalso house their own interesting environments. For instance, a painting with an
Game Informer / Posted 12 hours ago
also house their own interesting environments. For instance, a painting with an ice background is full of frost and snow to travel through. Because Lydie and Suelle are twins, expect battles to feature combination attacks and skills.... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatsin the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy scien
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 hours ago
in the 1920s. But the claims of harm to vegetation were backed by sloppy science, Noss said. Physical impacts like rain, snow and ice are more likely culprits in damage to rare native plants, he said. New science corroborates the goats' origin... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Extraordinary September hot spell continues with more heat records coming; temps this weekend to tie for 2017’s hottest with two others—one in June, the other in July; expanding string of consecutive 90s to establish a new late season record here; snow whitens northern Rockieswith more heat records coming; temps this weekend to tie for 2017’s hottest wit
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 13 hours ago
with more heat records coming; temps this weekend to tie for 2017’s hottest with two others—one in June, the other in July; expanding string of consecutive 90s to establish a new late season record here; snow whitens northern Rockies CLICK TO ENLA... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
World wonders could NKorea fire nuclear missile over JapanMatashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 13 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crewmembers like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
World wonders could NKorea fire nuclear missile over JapanMatashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
Stamford Advocate / Posted 13 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crewmembers like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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Connecticut Post
World wonders could NKorea fire nuclear missile over JapanMatashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crewmembers like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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The Hindu
World wonders could N. Korea fire nuclear missile over JapanMatashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
The Hindu / Posted 13 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crewmembers like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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The Register Citizen
World wonders could NKorea fire nuclear missile over JapanMatashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
The Register Citizen / Posted 13 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crewmembers like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Greeley weather forecast and conditions for Saturdaystorms and showers across the state. We'll see highs in the 60s today and 50s S
Greeley Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
storms and showers across the state. We'll see highs in the 60s today and 50s Sunday. The mountains will pick up some light snow above 9,000 feet. Temperatures will remain well below normal through the first of next week. We'll see highs in... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Weld County Tributes for Sept. 23into retirement in Loveland (in the home Joy's grandparents retired into, over
Greeley Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
into retirement in Loveland (in the home Joy's grandparents retired into, over 50 years earlier). Doyle and Joy played the snowbird role for many years, traveling each winter to Yuma where they would stay in an apartment Doyle, Jr. built onto his... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
High School Football Week Five, 9/22responders see cold exposure injuries year round It's the last day of summer,
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 14 hours ago
responders see cold exposure injuries year round It's the last day of summer, but many areas across Montana will be seeing snow and cold temperatures. It's the last day of summer, but many areas across Montana will be seeing snow and cold... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
World wonders could NKorea fire nuclear missile over JapanMatashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 14 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crewmembers like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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The Middletown Press
World wonders could NKorea fire nuclear missile over JapanMatashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
The Middletown Press / Posted 14 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crewmembers like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
World wonders could NKorea fire nuclear missile over JapanMatashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tin
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 hours ago
Matashichi Oishi, once told The Associated Press that he saw a flash before tiny white flakes fell on the crewmembers like snow. North Korea in past months has been stepping up the aggressiveness of its nuclear and missile tests. The North... Read more
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