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Billy Davidson Jadi Pria yang Diinginkan Wanita Korea Kalahkan Pesona Al Ghazali Hingga Joe Taslim

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Billy Davidson Jadi Pria yang Diinginkan Wanita Korea Kalahkan Pesona Al Ghazali Hingga Joe Taslim billy-davidson-jadi-pria-yang-diinginkan-wanita-korea- – Jika biasanya fans Indonesia yang gandrung dengan artis Korea, kali ini

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Niger town fears for abducted US aid worker 'Jeff'

person Orange Themes access_time Oct 23,2016

For people living in the small city of Abalak in central Niger, the abduction of a longtime US aid worker over a week ago has left them angry and anxious. Jeffery Woodke was no stranger here. "We are furious and shocked by this kidnapping," said

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Remembering Gene Cernan

person Orange Themes access_time Jan 18,2017

Remembering Gene Cernan Eugene Andrew Cernan was born in March 14, 1934 in Chicago, Illinois. He earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University, and a graduate degree in aeronautical engineering from the Naval

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Yahoo News A number of former top National Security Agency (NSA) officials were standing around Friday, chatting prior to an academic conference in Washington. Talk turned to the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Devin Nunes (R) of...

Why has Jackson, Miss., been labeled 'the fattest city' in the US?

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Yahoo News According to personal finance website WalletHub, Jackson, Miss., is the fattest city in America. WalletHub released its ranking of the 2017 Fattest Cities in America list on Wednesday. The list was based on analysis of the 100 most...

What we know about Trump team Russia links – and why that matters

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Yahoo News Paul Manafort was Donald Trump’s campaign manager for months in 2016. Mr. Manafort “played a very limited role for a very limited amount of time,” White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Monday at his daily briefing. Ditto longtime...

Why the airline 'electronics ban' may not be discrimination

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Yahoo News While policy's timing and targeted locations have raised eyebrows, the scholars who study terrorism aren't quite ready to equate the new policy – which bans any electronics larger than a cellphone from being carried on flights departing...

Why were Confederate battle flags flown during March Madness?

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Yahoo News It has nothing to do with basketball, but an incident during NCAA March Madness games served as a reminder that the south still struggles with the complicated symbol that embodies the scars of the Civil War and modern racial tensions. ...

Why Norway is the happiest nation on Earth

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Yahoo News Move over, Disneyland: Norway has taken the crown for the happiest place on Earth, according to the United Nations. On Monday, World Happiness Day, the UN released its 2017 World Happiness Report, which ranks 155 countries based on the...

Why's the first day of spring called an equinox?

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Why Kellyanne Conway's husband has been tapped for a big post at the DOJ

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Yahoo News The husband of Kellyanne Conway and a partner at one of New York’s most prestigious law firms may take on a major role in defending the Trump administration. George Conway is expected to be nominated to head the civil division of the...

Why Trump wants power to remove director of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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Yahoo News On Friday, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an amicus brief in an appeal of a case involving the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a consumer watchdog, and the PHH Corp. mortgage company. In its brief, the DOJ sided with...

Why Antarctica is Earth's petri dish

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Yahoo News Some studies have revealed critical insights, such as the infamous hole in the ozone layer that appears over Antarctica during the region’s spring. In 1985, British Antarctic Survey scientists discovered that there was about half as much...

Why Trump's budget may be 'devastating' to his supporters

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Yahoo News President Trump’s “skinny” budget proposal would make deep cuts in many government programs in the name of pruning the federal bureaucracy. "It's unacceptable,” says Rep. Hal Rogers (R) of Kentucky, whose district voted about 80 percent...

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Yahoo News Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s statement in South Korea Friday that military action against an increasingly threatening North Korea is “on the table” was rattling – and perhaps that was the intent. With Mr. Tillerson set for talks in...

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Yahoo News President Trump has said he wants to build American infrastructure – even as he proposes cutting funding for so-called cultural infrastructure. Four cultural federal organizations, including the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and...

Why a New Zealand river now has legal personhood

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