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‘At night I dreamt I was back home,’ says Russian climber rescued at 6300m...

A Pakistani helicopter narrowly avoided an accident to airlift Alexander Gukov from an altitude of 6300m on Latok-1, six days after he was trapped, when his climbing partner fell to his death in a doomed never-done-before ascent....

On the set for zombie scene in “ Bocas”

An independent film based on a Brevard man’s comic book creation is being shot in Brevard, and it includes a zombie attack. Video by Tim Shortt. Posted 4/30/18.          Source link

Say hello to HellAlicious, a high-energy dance band

HellAlicious, a high-energy dance band, is comprised of Hella Ayelet Gal, Joe Mazza, Gary Kirby and Sammy Hill          Source link

King of Clay: Rafael Nadal wins record 11th French Open title

Spanish world number one Rafael Nadal has won his 11th French Open title, beating Austrian Dominic Thiem in straight sets 6-4, 6-3, 6-2 at Roland Garros. Read Full Article at RT.com Source link

‘2 Israeli missiles’ strike near Damascus airport – Syrian state media

Two missiles have reportedly landed in the vicinity of Damascus International Airport, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency. Read Full Article at RT.com Source link

‘Earnest & reasonable’ mistake? IDF closes probe into the murder of Palestinian teen

The Israeli military has closed an investigation into the tragic death of a 15-year-old Palestinian, who was killed two years ago after the IDF mistakenly opened fire on a car full of West Bank teens. Read Full...

Nine Thailand provinces hit by flood and Mekong River overflow

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Aug. 15-21: A bourbon tasting, a beer dinner, Sunday with the Symphony, a senior...

This week, sip bourbon or beer in Cocoa, enjoy music in Suntree and Cocoa Beach, hang out with the Symphony in West Melbourne or hit a senior job fair          Source link

Romanian court sentences head of ruling party to prison term

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Wimbledon antics: Mating winged insects invade British Grand Slam

Swarms of flying ants become the main stars on Wimbledon’s Court One on Wednesday as the mating insects irritated No. 2 seed Caroline Wozniacki, who said she came here to play tennis, not eat bugs. Read Full...


We are not a ‘yes sir’ government, says Italy’s Di Maio...

In response to NATO’s warning that Rome better leave sanctions on Russia as they are, Italian Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio...


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