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Sun terraces and lawns: Dutch inhabitants change parking space

Project in The Hague has segmented streets and divulged a deeply-held attachment to cars It seems a straightforward offer: swap your resident’s parking permit for a bit of greenery in the freed-up space, a lawn, a sun terrace or somewhere for most children to performance. However, if any further proof was necessary of the west’s destructive love affair with the …

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Sees angry after Michael Phelps loses race to computer-generated shark

Mankinds recent setback came on Sunday after one of the greatest Olympian ever, Michael Phelps, lost a 100 m swimming hasten to a great white-hot shark Not for the first time in Earths history, humans ought to have found wanting. Mankinds latest setback came on Sunday after one of the greatest Olympian ever, Michael Phelps, lost a 100 m swimming …

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Floodlights and landslides in Sri Lanka kill at least 150 beings

Torrential rainwaters and mudslides have shifted more than 100,000 Sri Lankans, with more extreme climate expected Landslides and inundations in Sri Lanka have killed at least 151 people and the two countries faces the risk of more mudslides as torrential rainwaters continue. More than 100 people are still missing after the most difficult downpours in the Indian Ocean island since …

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Tragic story of death-row maid caught up in Asia’s war on drugs

Mary Jane Veloso says she was misled into smuggling heroin into Indonesia as she absconded an attempted assault in Dubai She has become a cause clbre in both the country of her detention and that of her birth. Deplored to death on drug-smuggling accusations, she was temporarily reprieved hours before her hanging, but still languishes on death sequence in an …

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Assassinates in Spain, and a Dublin attack with AK-4 7s: the deadly 20 -year war of Ireland’s drug cartels

With the shooting in a Dublin hotel of thug David Byrne, the bloody rivalry between Irelands most notorious pharmaceutical leaders explosion into the lives of ordinary people, leaving police and politicians equally dismayed Wearing good-for-nothing more than a pair of royal blue-blooded Superman Y-fronts, Irish boxing competitor Jamie Kavanagh was flexing his muscles for the cameras on stagecoach in preparation …

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Hollywood basks in diversification praise but Latinos ask: are we invisible?

The Oscar nominations for black and female film-makers has Hollywood lighting but a new hashtag has also been born: #LatinosLeftOut Hollywood savors in diversity accolade but Latinos ask: are we invisible? Oscars The Observer Hollywood lies in diversification accolade but Latinos ask: are we invisible? The Oscar nominations for pitch-black and female film-makers has Hollywood beaming- but a new hashtag …

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Rare Rothschild’s giraffe birth at Chester zoo on Boxing Day

Calf, which is yet to be sexed or called, is one of most threatened subspecies of giraffe, with fewer than 1,600 in wild A rare and endangered Rothschilds giraffe has been born at Chester zoo. Keepers said the 1.82 -metre( 6ft) calf, which is yet to be sexed or appointed, arrived to first-time father Tula and father Meru at about …

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Muhammad Ali, ‘the Greatest’, expires aged 74

Muhammad Ali, the three-time heavyweight champion, who became one of “the worlds largest” well-known and loved sportsmen in history has died Muhammad Ali, the three-time heavyweight champion who extol himself the Greatest, flouted the Us administration over the Vietnam war, and later becomes one of the most well-known and loved sportsmen in biography has died. He was 74. Ali died …

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North Korea rocket test ups ante with belligerent Trump administration | Simon Tisdall

Washingtons own provoking posture may play into Pyongyangs hands and increase Chinas willingness to cooperate North Koreas recent provocation, a weekend rocket engine measure coinciding with high-level US-China talks in Beijing, has accentuated just how hazardous and erratic the intensifying armed confrontation on the Korean headland is becoming. The Trump administration, far away from allaying contents, seems set on growing …

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