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It's been almost three years since the Sewol capsized in South Korea, drowning more than 300 people, most of them students on a school trip. Now the vessel has been raised from the waters. For more on this story, go to: http://www.dw.com/en/south-korea-raises-sunken-sewol-disaster-ferry/a-38081822
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(WELLINGTON) They took an eight-hour flight just to look out the airplane's window, but it was an extraordinary view. A charter plane that left Dunedin, New Zealand, late Thursday flew close to the Antarctic Circle to give the eager passengers an up-close look at the Aurora Australis, or Southern Lights. Otago Museum Director Ian Griffin came up with the idea. An astronomer, Griffin said he was inspired after seeing the Southern Lights while flying as a guest on a NASA observatory plane. He says the 134 seats on the chartered Boeing 767 sold out within five days and one man traveled from Spain for the trip. He says he could have filled the plane several times over, although they were only selling window seats and seats immediately adjacent, leaving the middle of the aircraft empty. This embed is invalid " /> Wong, a cancer research scientist, said he loves going camping and looking at the stars, something he found more stunning in New Zealand after moving from Australia three years ago.
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But in 2000, he accidentally crossed over into Canada on a trip to Niagara Falls, and ended up being detained, and was told he had to leave the U.S. He didnt, because Helen was pregnant at the time, according to Indiana Public Media. Since Roberto remained in the country instead of voluntarily deporting himself, ICE then had the authority to take him into custody. When ICE stumbled upon this incident in February of this year, they did just that, and sent him from his home in Granger, Indiana, to a detention facility in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He is set to be deported on Friday." Read more here: http://lawnewz.com/high-profile/wife-now-regrets-supporting-trump-after-husband-set-to-be-deported/ Hosts: Cenk Uygur Cast: Cenk Uygur *** The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET.
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Location sharing is back in Google Maps. Google announced the addition of " real-time location sharing " to the Android and iOS apps, coming soon to an app store near you. The process seems pretty simple: Open the navigation drawer and press the new "Share Location" button. You'll be able to send a sharing permission to a Google contact or send a link over a messaging app, and you'll be able to pick how long you want to share your location for—permanently or for a set time. Anyone you share to will get a notification from Google Maps, and they'll be able to see your location on the smartphone and Web versions of Google Maps. There's also a "share trip" button you can activate while navigating somewhere, so rather than sending someone an ETA, they can just see you drive around on the map. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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" Russian Cargo Spacecraft May Be Lost in Space https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/russian-cargo-spacecraft-may-be-lost-in-space/ "Russia's space agency, Roscosmos, launched a new cargo ship to the International Space Station today (Dec. 1), but the fate of the robotic supply ship is unclear after issues cropped up during its trip into space." Zond 3: First to See Moon's Far Side on the Way to Mars http://www.seeker.com/zond-3-first-to-see-moons-far-side-on-the-way-to-mars-1767663545.html "The last communications from Zond 3 came on Sept. 16, 1966 when the spacecraft was just over 95 million miles away from the Earth. The mission never made it to Mars - as it missed a critical launch window - but Zond 3 was an important spacecraft test with the mission highlight of imaging the lunar far side.
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Daily Mail - Australia
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More than 300 people, most of them children on a school trip, died after the Sewol ferry (pictured) overturned and sank off the coast of South Korea on April 16, 2014. Families will finally get answers.
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Having just returned from the Conservative Middle East Council trip to Egypt, we were able to see the devastating effects to the local economy in Sharm el Sheikh on the continuing ban on flights to that region. We were also able to meet with the president and hear first hand from the Egyptians their concerns that they are being singled out in some way. That may be the reaction of other allies who are being named today
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Two are in a serious condition, while a third was treated at the scene of today's terror attack. The pupils were on a trip to London.
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" Pick who you want to share your spot with using Google contacts and the length of time you want your whereabouts known. From here, contacts will see you in their Google Maps. You can turn off location sharing at any point in the journey. Location sharing can also be activated while you're in navigation mode. When you're in the midst of a trip, hit "More" on the bottom of the screen and select "Share trip." Your chosen contacts will get an ETA and can track the progress of your trip. Sharing will turn itself off once you arrive. This is just the most recent helpful new feature to make it onto Google Maps in recent days. The navigation service introduced features to help you remember where you parked earlier this week. Gear up for Google IO 2017 , where we'll see Android O and more!
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Ebu Hanzala himself then spent some time in Egypt, where he apparently became involved with Al Qaeda before returning to Turkey in 2008. According to the now defunct Turkish daily Radikal , during this trip he was accompanied by six other Hizbullah (or Turkish Hezbollah) members and they received regular payments from “Germany,” allowing them to concentrate on their religious-ideological training in Egypt. Still upon his return to Turkey, Halis Bayancuk was arrested only to be “released on May 15, 2009 due to lack of evidence,” as expressed by Yayla. Following his release he continued preaching and spreading Islam till he was arrested again in 2011, during simultaneous police raids on 50 individual locations when more than 40 individuals were apprehended. Bayancuk (or Ebu Hanzala) was then set free on 24 January 2013, remaining out in the open till “January 14, 2014” when he was re-arrested “during an al ­Qaeda policing operation in which he was named as the leader of Turkish al ­Qaeda.
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Measuring the quality of those little swimmers usually requires a trip to the doctor. Researchers have come up with a smartphone accessory that would let men do that at home in less than five seconds. (Image credit: Hadi Shafiee/Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School)
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He also likes to share "keys to wisdom," and even got his own geofilter on a road trip to Las Vegas for New Year's Eve ( which anyone can do , by the way). The combination of backstage pass-like topics, hilarious one-liners, and fun use of emojis makes Khaled's account very shareable and followable. 10) Domino's Pizza UK Username: @DOMINOS_UK The folks at Domino's Pizza have never been afraid to experiment with new social media channels. It was the first brand to use Tinder as part of a 2015 Valentine’s Day campaign, and its "Tweet to Eat" campaign let fans order pizza via Twitter by sending a pizza emoji. As for its global presence, Dominos' social media teams around the world have adopted the platform at different times. For example, Domino's Australia started using Snapchat as early as 2013, sending out Snapchat Stories (like the one screenshot below) that aligned with campaigns the brand was doing elsewhere on social media.
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The story of Christopher Knight living in solitude in the wilderness for 27 years is remarkable. But this account tries too hard to give it real significance In the summer of 1986, a young man returning home from a road trip impulsively drove past his house without stopping and continued north on smaller and smaller roads until he reached a forest trail in northern Maine, where he abandoned his car, stepped out into the wilderness, and disappeared for 27 years. He didnt have a plan, nor project, nor even a conscious motive other than a fondness for solitude. He set up home in a small tent below a camouflaged tarpaulin in a secluded spot in the woods. There, through the ferocious winters and mosquito-ridden summers, he remained unseen, though not unnoticed: every week or two he would break into one of the many seasonal camps and cabins dotting the shores of a nearby lake and steal supplies.
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