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Shopping mall in China opens ‘Husband Storage’ facility

To solve the boredom that comes with waiting for girlfriends or wives to shop, a shopping mall in a Shanghai Municipality, China, Shanghai’s Global Harbor shopping centre, decided to launch ‘husband storage’ facilities. . The transparent self-service pods are equipped …

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Microsoft may be removing Paint from Windows 10

Microsoft on Monday, released a list of apps that are either removed or deprecated (meaning not in active development and might be removed) from the OS in its upcoming release. MS Paint, which has been bundled with every version of …

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Sean Spicer Resigns As White House Press Secretary

After only 6 months, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has resigned. He reportedly told President Trump about his intent this morning… A source said Spicer is upset but will help with transition of the person who takes over. His …

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Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington dies at 41

Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington has died aged 41, LA County Coroner says. The coroner said Bennington apparently hanged himself. His body was found at a private home in the county at 09:00 local time (17:00 GMT) on Thursday. …

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US Senator John McCain Diagnosed with Brain Cancer

John McCain, US Senator and 2008 presidential candidate has been diagnosed with brain cancer, his office disclosed on Wednesday. The statement says the senator had visited the hospital to remove a blood clot from above his left eye when a …

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Zimbabwe’s 2018 General Election To Cost $274m

Zimbabwe’s election agency says it needs $274 million to finance the 2018 presidential and parliamentary elections in which incumbent President Robert Mugabe plans to contest even though he’s 94 years old. At the moment, Zimbabwe is suffering severe cash shortages and Mugabe’s …

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South Sudan’s President Declares State Of Emergency

President Salva Kiir of South Sudan has declared a state of emergency in most parts of the country’s north-west.  According to a statement, broadcast on state television, a reason for the decree was not given but the state of emergency is expected to last for …

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Floods kill 18 in China, 18 missing

Eighteen people have died and another 18 remain missing after floods in China’s northeastern city of Jilin, local authorities said Monday, Xinhua reports. Heavy rain in the central and eastern parts of Jilin Province on Thursday and Friday left much …

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