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Bad weather on the continent is affecting courgette crops, experts say - and it's sent slimmers into panic. They say they can't follow diet plans from nutrition coach Joe Wicks or make courgetti.
ABC News - Technology
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TechCrunch
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Its SIHH in Switzerland and that means all of the biggest and weirdest manufacturers are releasing their biggest and weirdest watches. Our favorite so far? This wild HM7 Aquapod, a watch that looks like it once attacked James Cameron while he was burbling around down in the Mariana Trench. Before we get to the bad news lets just revel in the majesty of this thing. Its a Read More
TIME - Top Stories
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Techradar
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Animal Crossing: Wild World takes the popular GameCube game and makes it much more social. In the game, you and up to three of your friends from anywhere in the world can hang out in the same village and interact in real time. You can also hang out in your friends' villages. When you're back home there's always something to do from decorating your home to collecting new items to just lounging with the locals. Kingdom Hearts 352/2 Days takes place during the year that Sora was asleep, and revolves around Roxas. You'll basically follow Roxas and the other members of Organization XIII through the various Disney worlds. Perhaps the coolest new feature in the game is multiplayer mode, which allows you and your friends to play as other Organization XIII members. While long-time Kingdom Hearts fans will love this addition to the franchise, new players will also get a kick out of it it's not too difficult to learn, and while some backstory may help in the general understanding of the game, you'll still have a lot of fun without it.
The Huffington Post
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By contrast, the health of the far smaller population of large predators is problematic. Indeed, Colorado officials admit they have no solid estimate of the predators' numbers and rely largely on anecdotal sightings of the elusive creatures. What is clear is that the decline in the overall mule deer population in the area has been caused by loss of habitat from human development, not a predator killing spree. Indeed, under natural conditions, populations of the hunted and hunter species in the wild fluctuate in synergistic fashion to create an equilibrium. Rather than being typecast as villains, large predators should be credited with sustaining the biodiversity and fluidity of ecosystems. Without their significant presence, their prey's numbers would explode and overrun the environment. An unsustainable proliferation of hoofed animals leads to overgrazing that destroys native vegetation on which birds and other creatures rely.
Times of Israel
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The Huffington Post
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Serena Williams almost started to cry as she drove the Ford SUV through traffic at speeds approaching 100 miles per hour. Her voice shook as she spoke. It was easy to understand why. In front of Williams, an Escalade with two abducted children inside of it ― one of them a baby ― was racing along palm tree-lined Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles at dangerous speeds. Next to Williams was the babys mother, who was also the other childs aunt. Im almost crying for your baby, Williams said to the woman. Overwhelmed by the weight of the situation, the tennis star took one hand off the wheel and held it over her heart. Just minutes before, Williams had been waiting in the Ford SUV for her friend to use the bathroom. She was parked in a strip mall lot, where she had met the woman now seated next to her during the chase.
BBC Two England
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It was first experience of the Masters. I played Jimmy White. I got a wild card and played him the first time I was there. I was speaking to Stephen Hendry before the match. Actually, a week before the match. He was saying, first round, maybe, 1800 people, something like that.
Phys.Org
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New Scientist - Online news
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Scimitar-horned oryx were hunted to extinction in the 1990s, but are now returning to the wild, thanks to breeding in captivity and reintroduction efforts in Chad
Radar Online
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As Teen Mom OG viewers know all too well, fan-favorites Tyler, 25, and his wife Catelynn Lowell, 24, were elated when Butch completed a long-term prison sentence in August 2015, and vowed to remain sober for the rest of his life. PHOTOS: Teen Moms With Tats! See The MTV Reality StarsWild Ink He celebrated one-year of freedom in an October episode of the MTV hit reality show. I've been out a year! No violations, no nothing, Butch bragged. Sadly, the addiction-addled star's winning streak soon ended. It's upsetting and unfortunate, Tyler confessed of his father's legal troubles on an October 19 radio interview. It is what it is. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
Bristol Post
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After a hugely successful first event Bristol Craft Beer Festival is set to return in 2017.The news is sure to receive a hearty 'cheers' from connoisseurs all across the city. Last year's event, held at Motion's skate park, aimed to put Bristol at the forefront of the craft beer scene and showcased more than 200 beers from over 30 breweries around the world. Local breweries including Arbor, Wiper True, Wild Beer Co, Lost Grounded, Left Handed Giant and Moor all featured. Read more:...
The Week
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Daily Mail - Australia
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ITV
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Next, we are on foot to get closer, but I have one concern. We are out here in the wild. And all you've got is a stick. It's a pretty big stick. It's not big enough. (LAUGHTER) We approach from the side as heading straight towards our giraffes might grow 5.
Android Police
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As many will know, Google Play has certain apps on sale every week for 0.10 in the UK, Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Russia, and Australia. This week is no different, with both Wild Blood and Unified Remote Full on offer. Wild Blood is set in the time on King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, and Lancelot. King Arthur, fuelled by jealousy for Lancelot for seducing Guinevere, gets tricked by his sister, Morgana, and opens Hellgate, letting all manner of demons lose. Read More [Deal Alert] Wild Blood and Unified Remote Full are 0.10 in multiple countries (not US) was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
Daily Mail - Home
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New pictures show the inside of Western Village, an ambitious tourist attraction which opened in the 1970s, 70 miles north of Tokyo in Japan.
BBC News 24
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Johanna Konta beat Kirsten Flipkens in straight sets. The British number one will face the Thai wild card or teenager Naomi Osaka next. Heather Watson beta 18th seed and local favourite stand so is there in three sets. She will next face American Jennifer Brady league or one Belgian in her next match.
Voice Of America
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Prime Minister Theresa May is preparing to make a speech that will signal that Britain will make a clean break from the European Union and not seek to remainhalf-in, half-out.” In her most detailed address on Britain's exit strategy, May will say that Britain doesn't want “partial membership of the European Union” or "to hold on to bits of membership as we leave.” Advance excerpts suggest May's speech will disappoint businesses and voters who want the country to stay in the bloc's single market. It's likely to be another shock for the pound, which hit a three-month low below $1.20 Monday. It traded slightly above that level early Tuesday. Neil Wilson, senior market analyst at ETX Capital, said he was “expecting a wild ride for the pound today.”
The Sun Daily
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TAIPING: Residents in Kampung Baru, Kamunting have had enough of the antics of wild monkeys in the area and want the Wildlife Protection and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) to assist to get rid of the problem. The residents complained that they have had to put with the problem for about a year now and it was only getting worse as they (monkeys) now brazenly entered their homes and caused havoc. Their spokesman, Mohd Sofian abdul Rahman, 30, told Bernama that they came in groups of seven to 10 and the numbers were on the increase. "We fear if this situation is allowed to continue, the safety of the residents especially children will be at risk. "I have brought the matter up to the relevant authorities but till now it has yet to be resolved," he said. — Bernama
ABC News - Queensland
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