Daily Mail - USA
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Denny Kwan, 24, who has appeared in numerous movies, has had a 're-education' session with Cambodia's Culture and Fine Arts Ministry which said she had violated a code of conduct.
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'Call of Duty: WWII' takes the series back to when and where it began. Here is everything we know about the game so far, including its setting, story, and competitive multiplayer modes. The post 'Call of Duty: WWII': Everything we know so far appeared first on Digital Trends .
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Is Borat still inspiring people to do dumb sh*t more than ten years on? When an unknown passenger threw two chickens on to a packed train in Sydney, Australia, before fleeing on Wednesday, it seemed a lot like an act of absurdist comedy. But it's a mystery really. SEE ALSO: Even James Blunt is sick of 'You're Beautiful' The chickens, which appeared to be a white silky and Rhode Island red, were left hanging on the floor of the carriage until two nice people picked them up and took them to train staff. "He just dumped them," an unnamed woman holding one of the chickens told 7 News . While not as chaotic, is certainly shares some similarities to THAT Borat scene . Read more... More about Animals , Chickens , Chicken , Trains , and Train
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Instagram, which launched in October of 2010, had just 30 million users when Facebook purchased the social start-up for $1 billion in cash and stock in April of 2012. By September of that year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Instagram's user base had grown to 100 million. By September of 2015, its user base was up to 400 million and nine months later hit the half a billion mark. Instagram still has quite a way to go to catch up with Facebook's user base of 1.8 billion and Messenger's one billion users, but it already far surpasses Twitter, which sits at just 328 million users and Snapchat with a user base of 375 million. Jennifer Cowan is the Managing Editor for SiteProNews. The post Instagram Closing in on 1B Users; Surpasses 700M Mark appeared first on SiteProNews .
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For less than the price of a new game, PS Plus offers a full year of free titles for the PS4, PS3, and Vita. Starting May 2, users will be able to download some great games including Tales From the Borderlands The post PlayStation Plus subscribers will want to dive into May's free games for the PS4 appeared first on Digital Trends .
Lancashire Telegraph
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A TEENAGER has appeared in court charged with supplying ecstasy to a 16-year-old girl who died after taking the drugs.
South China Morning Post
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Shattered mastodon bones from a Southern California site bear the scars of human activity from 130,700 years ago, a team of scientists says pushing back the generally accepted date that humans are thought to have settled North America by a whopping 115,000 or so years. If verified and corroborated by other scientists, the discovery described in the journal Nature could radically rewrite the timeline of when humans first arrived in the Americas. This is the first time there...
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By leveraging Topsy’s thousands of dead backlinks, we ended up gaining more than a hundred links from this campaign alone, over the course of only a few months. Here is a couple of examples of the kind of links we acquired: GetResponse (DA 86, PA 68) EventBrite (DA 90, PA 91) How Did We Acquire High-Quality Backlinks? Back in January, Neil Patel published a list of 15 tools for more effective content promotion . In his list, however, we were curious about the inclusion of one tool in particular: Topsy. If you still remember, Topsy was once a small and free tool for analyzing Twitter data. Just as data analytics was exploding, Topsy had already made a name for itself with the speed and depth of the insights it yielded for its users. To read the remainder of the post, please click here . The post From 400+ to 1k+ Links: The Ultimate Competitor Link Building Guide appeared first on SiteProNews .
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Variety
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The last time that net neutrality was one of the raging policy debates in D.C., protesters routinely appeared outside FCC headquarters, demonstrators blocked the FCC chairmans home driveway to prevent him from getting to work, and John Oliver helped ignite an outcry that led to almost 4 million comments to the agency. Based on the... Read more »
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Anyone looking to optimize a Ryzen-based system is likely keeping up with the latest driver and software updates. With those people in mind, AMD released its latest AMD Ryzen chipset drivers with an eye on improving performance. The post Latest AMD Ryzen chipset drivers are good news for Windows 10 64-bit users appeared first on Digital Trends .
The Sun Daily - World News
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" Maduro has vowed to defend the socialist "revolution" of his late predecessor Hugo Chavez. "We are mobilized for the revolution and for our president," said one of his supporters, Freddy Gutierrez. "We call on the opposition to leave the path of violence." Maduro himself appeared on television at an unrelated youth event where he called for music and dancing. A recent survey by pollster Venebarometro indicated that seven out of 10 Venezuelans were opposed to Maduro. Arbitrary detentions The opposition and government accuse each other of stirring up violence in the protests. In just under a month of unrest, more than 400 people have been injured, and nearly 1,300 arrested, the attorney general said. That includes 14 arrested journalists, their union said Tuesday. More than 100 journalists have been assaulted while covering the protests, it added. Rights group Amnesty International urged the government to stop the "persecution" and "arbitrary detention" of protesters. — AFP
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The town of Salem, Massachusetts is infamous for spooky happenings, so when the mayor shares a creepy photo of a face hidden in a lamppost, people are going to take note. Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll tweeted out an eerie photo of a lamppost on Wednesday that appeared to have a ghostly face trapped inside. SEE ALSO: A 'ghost' showed up in this girl's selfie and we're thoroughly spooked Anybody else see a face in this light?...Totally eerie, eh pic.twitter.com/W5OeVlz9yQ Kim Driscoll (@MayorDriscoll) April 26, 2017 @MayorDriscoll It's there. And you're in Salem. Nuff said. kimberley mckinnon (@kimbelaya) April 26, 2017 Read more... More about Creepy , Twitter Reactions , Viral , Watercooler , and Watercooler
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The town of Salem, Massachusetts is infamous for spooky happenings, so when the mayor shares a creepy photo of a face hidden in a lamppost, people are going to take note. Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll tweeted out an eerie photo of a lamppost on Wednesday that appeared to have a ghostly face trapped inside. SEE ALSO: A 'ghost' showed up in this girl's selfie and we're thoroughly spooked Anybody else see a face in this light?...Totally eerie, eh pic.twitter.com/W5OeVlz9yQ Kim Driscoll (@MayorDriscoll) April 26, 2017 @MayorDriscoll It's there. And you're in Salem. Nuff said. kimberley mckinnon (@kimbelaya) April 26, 2017 Read more... More about Creepy , Twitter Reactions , Viral , Watercooler , and Watercooler
Washington Free Beacon
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MSNBC host Chris Matthews indicated on Wednesday that former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was "great" in person, but lacked "personality" on the 2016 campaign trail. Matthews contrasted Clinton with his guest and former Clinton campaign advisor Jess McIntosh, who he said was "exorbitant, exuberant," and in a "good mood." "Your personality. You could have sold some of that to the candidate," Matthews said on "Hardball." "Look at you," Matthews said to McIntosh, "I mean Hillary could have come out with a little more of that stuff. In person, she's great. The post Chris Matthews: Hillary Clinton Lacked Personality' on Campaign Trail appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
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A man was arrested this week in Mountain View, California, for allegedly attacking one of Knightscope's K5 security robots. Now that will earn you some hardcore respect when you're locked up behind bars. The post Intoxicated man allegedly assaults a robot in Silicon Valley, gets arrested appeared first on Digital Trends .