Daily Express - Scotland
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ScienceDaily
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Tasty, versatile, and rich in essential omega-3 fatty acids: salmon is one of the most popular edible fish of all. Shops sell fish caught in the wild, but their main produce is salmon from breeding farms which can pollute rivers, lakes and oceans. Just how big is the problem? Scientists are working to answer this question by examining the dissolved organic compounds which enter Chile’s rivers from salmon farms. They warn that these substances are placing huge strain on ecosystems and are changing entire biological communities.
Voice Of America
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Oleg Deripaska began building his business empire in the 1990s, a period that saw a wild scramble to grab the most valuable assets of the moribund Soviet economy – a contest that was often accompanied by violence. Russia’s post-Soviet metals sector saw a particularly violent division of spoils, and the bloodshed which accompanied the fight to control the country’s aluminum smelters - involving ambitious young businessmen like Deripaska, organized crime hitmen and their numerous victims - became the stuff of legend. Deripaska has admitted that, while navigating this Hobbesian world, he made protection payments to criminal gangs and local police, and set up a security force consisting of former KGB agents and soldiers. “The first time I was directly threatened ... two weeks later my commercial director was shot two times in the head,” Deripaska told London’s Telegraph in 2012.
TIME - Top Stories
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Twitter, YouTube and Spotify didn't exist, and web surfers were considering the switch from dial-up to DSL. Despite its early limitations, Chappelle captured the Wild West nature of the Internet and foreshadowed how much time we would spend in the digital world. I just wanna get the score to the Knicks game, Chappelle says, fighting off attention-grabbing efforts from virtual pornographers, pop-up ads and catfishers. Today's Internet isn't all that different, is it? Celebrity Trial Jury Selection Judging from the popularity of Making a Murderer , Serial and The People v. O.J. Simpson , America's obsession with true crime hasn't waned. Chappelle tapped into the same idea in 2004, when the trial of famed R&B singer R. Kelly dominated headlines. There's a parallel to today's sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby , which are discussed at length in Chappelle's new Netflix specials.
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Chloe Ferry defended her actions on Celebrity Big Brother [ByChloeFerry.com] And one person who wasn't a fan of her wild behaviour on the show was Jodie Marsh, who made her feelings public. The former glamour model hit out at the reality star upon her eviction, and wrote: "On a serious note, I think people have finally realised it's NOT actually cool to have sex on TV (unless you're a porn star)…. "It's also not cool to be so drunk that you wet yourself on TV, projectile ...
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Peter Andre's fans went wild for Emily MacDonagh [Getty] And now the happy couple have given their fans relationship goals once again, as the popstar shared a picture of his wife’s cooking. Taking to Instagram, the 44 year old posted a snap of a stunning looking meal prepared by his partner. Consisting of salmon, tagliatelle and asparagus, it wasnt long until the dish had the father of four’s 592,000 followers drooling. "Ok wow. Thanks ...
Phys.Org
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Tasty, versatile, and rich in essential omega-3 fatty acids: salmon is one of the most popular edible fish of all. Shops sell fish caught in the wild, but their main produce is salmon from breeding farms which can pollute rivers, lakes and oceans. Just how big is the problem? German and Chilean scientists are working to answer this question under the leadership of the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ). They examined the dissolved organic compounds which enter Chile's rivers from salmon farms, and have published a report in the journal Scientific Reports, warning that these substances are placing huge strain on ecosystems and are changing entire biological communities.
Radar Online
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Daisy Ridley was spotted at a basketball game in Los Angeles [GC Images] And now that filming for episode eight, The Last Jedi, has finished, the actress enjoyed herself on a night out in Los Angeles to watch a basketball game. The British actress was spotted sitting on the floor seats during the game between Los Angeles Clippers and Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Centre on March 21. Sitting next to a friend, the 24 year old seemed to be getting into the spirit of ...
Lincolnshire Echo
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Kentish Express
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Staff at two wild animal parks in Kent have confirmed they have increased security after a rhino was shot in France.
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Charlie Sheen opened up about his wild night with Lindsay Lohan [Getty] And now, the actor has opened up on a wild night he spent with Lindsay Lohan back in 2013. After making a cameo appearance on his show Anger Management in 2013, the Mean Girls star reportedly cemented her friendship with the 51 year old. Speaking on KIIS 1065's The Kyle and Jackie O show, Charlie hinted that the 30-year-old actress had gone out the night before filming. He said: "She must ...
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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A fire chief says a wildfire has destroyed at least eight homes and several other buildings near Lake McConaughy. Keystone Lemoyne Fire and Rescue Fire Chief Ralph Moul (mowl) said Monday that the blaze had been contained, but fire crews are still watching hot spots. Moul says residents had evacuated as flames raced their way, but several firefighters were treated for minor injuries. He says more than 100 firefighters from a couple dozen departments responded to calls late Sunday morning. An overnight fire had rekindled as stiff winds whipped up embers near the northeast corner of the lake. ...
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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A fire burning in the mountains of North Carolina grew by hundreds more acres on Tuesday, reaching 1,750 acres by the end of the day, according to federal forestry officials. The fire, called the White Creek Fire, is now about 30 percent contained. It's burning near Shortoff Mountain at the south end of Linville Gorge. The gorge is a federally designated wilderness inside of Pisgah National Forest. Also on Tuesday, investigators announced that they believe the fire was sparked by a lightning strike on March 6. The lightning strike likely smoldered until fuels dried enough for the fire to ...
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Voice Of America
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Occasionally, someone would actually launch a successful career through the show. One example was the late country musician BoxCar Willie, who was a 1977 Gong Show winner. Known as He called himself "The King of Daytime Television," but to critics he was "The King of Schlock" or "The Baron of Bad Taste." As The Gong Show and Barris' other series were slipping, he sold his company for a reported $100 million in 1980 and decided to go into films. He directed and starred in The Gong Show, a thundering failure that stayed in theaters only a week. Afterward, a distraught Barris checked into a New York hotel and wrote his autobiography, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, in two months. In it, he claimed to have been a CIA assassin. The book (and the 2002 film based on it, directed by George Clooney) were widely dismissed by disbelievers who said the creator of some of television's most lowbrow game shows had allowed his imagination to run wild when he claimed to have spent his spare time traveling the world, quietly rubbing out enemies of the United States.
Woot
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The Washington Times - Hockey
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Martin Hanzal and Charlie Coyle scored 15 seconds apart for Minnesota late in the second period, and the Wild stopped a five-game losing streak by hanging on for a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday night. David Schlemko and Patrick Marleau had ...
The Washington Times - Basketball
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TORONTO (AP) - DeMar DeRozan had 42 points, and the Toronto Raptors snapped an 11-game losing streak against the Chicago Bulls by rallying for a wild 122-120 overtime win on Tuesday night. DeRozan shot 17 of 38 from the floor and also collected eight assists. Cory Joseph had 19 points ...