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A spectacular light in the sky over Ventura County set social media buzzing Friday evening, and it was apparently a SpaceX rocket that was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County. " Falcon 9 looked good all the way through that sequence". The satellites will be part of a constellation operated by Iridium Communications. SpaceX has made four launches and expects to make several more to complete the job by mid-2018.
  • Trudeau's lavish vacation broke ethics rules

    Trudeau's lavish vacation broke ethics rules

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    He added that he and his family would be spending Christmas this year at the prime minister's official retreat at Harrington Lake in Gatineau Park before taking a trip to the Canadian Rockies. Trudeau became Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada", the report states. Trudeau and his family were joined on the December 2016 trip by Liberal MP and now Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan and his husband; as well as Liberal Party president Anna Gainey and her husband.
  • North Korea Testing Anthrax as Payload in its ICBMs

    North Korea Testing Anthrax as Payload in its ICBMs

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    A week ago, the Washington Post reported that US military officials suspected North Korea of preparing biological weapons as part of their arsenal. The article notably said President Donald Trump is "running wild", "insane" and "bluffing" when condemning inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM) tests.
  • Pentagon confirmed existence of UFO program, incident videos released

    Pentagon confirmed existence of UFO program, incident videos released

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    The mystery into whether or not we're alone in the universe has been a constant question for over 6 decades and it looks like the Defense Department wanted some answers. UFO sightings have been investigated by government agencies since the 1940s, and in January 2016, the CIA released a number of previously classified documents describing some of the most unusual UFO encounters on record, most of which took place in the 1950s.
  • South Africa's ANC nominates candidates to replace Zuma

    South Africa's ANC nominates candidates to replace Zuma

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    Mr Ramaphosa is widely expected to become president after 2019 elections. Mr Ramaphosa was widely considered the sensible choice in the election. "South Africa's chance for huge change is here and Ramaphosa is in a position now to prove to the electorate and to investors that he can bring that change", said Simon Quijano-Evans, strategist at Legal & General Investment Management in London.
  • US Vetoes UN Security Council Resolution Voiding Trump's Jerusalem Move

    US Vetoes UN Security Council Resolution Voiding Trump's Jerusalem Move

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    Washington's closest allies, France and Britain, came out ahead of the vote to declare their backing for the measure, which they stressed was in line with positions enshrined in United Nations resolutions adopted over several decades. US Vice President Mike Pence will visit Jerusalem on Wednesday, wading into the crisis over one of the most controversial issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
  • U.S. admits to running secret UFO programme

    U.S. admits to running secret UFO programme

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    The Pentagon spent US$22 million (AU$18.2m) a year on investigations into unidentified flying objects between 2007 and 2012, reports the New York Times . Speaking at the conference in October, Elizondo told the public that during the years of managing the program he became convinced that "the [UFO] phenomena is indeed real".
  • Trump says would like to have Russia's help with North Korea

    Trump says would like to have Russia's help with North Korea

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    Former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul said he was shocked by US President Donald Trump's decision to call Russian President Vladimir Putin . Beyond those concerns, it's also somewhat awkward politically for the president to be seen requesting help from Putin, given the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the USA presidential election and the Trump campaign's alleged collusion.
  • Watch this overjoyed 16-year-old Louisiana boy get accepted to Harvard

    Watch this overjoyed 16-year-old Louisiana boy get accepted to Harvard

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    Alexander sent the video to Love What Matters. The video shows the Breaux Bridge, La., resident wearing a Harvard sweater and surrounded by classmates at TM Landry College Preparatory while he checks his admission status online. The siblings say that despite living 30 minutes away from the school, they have spent many long days at the school working towards this moment. He just got into Harvard! Our desire is to do great things, but to also push each other to the point we have now reached.
  • PM Modi hopes for fruitful winter session of Parliament

    PM Modi hopes for fruitful winter session of Parliament

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    He said in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha the 18th session of the 5th Lok Sabha, the duration was of just 12 days, while the 98th session of Rajya Sabha which was of 13 days saw just nine sittings. Modi called the winter session to be a major one in which "important bills would be discussed". "There should be a good debate, there should be a positive debate, and the debates should take place with innovative suggestions only then the time of the Parliament will be properly ...
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry 19 May

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    An earlier announcement from the palace said the royal family will pay for the wedding, including the church service, the music, the flowers and the reception. In his engagement interview he said "the stars were aligned" when he fell for his future wife, whom he met on a blind date. Meghan however, has been luckily able to enjoy her freedom quite a lot thanks to Prince Harry who is known to not really abide by the royal rules.
  • UAE, Saudi welcome United Nations report on Iran

    UAE, Saudi welcome United Nations report on Iran

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    Haley's announcement comes amid reports that a United Nations investigation into whether Iran supplied the two missiles Yemeni rebels fired at Saudi Arabia this year reached no firm conclusions. "This evidence demonstrates a pattern of behavior in which Iran sows conflict and extremism", Haley said, flanked by an array of mangled missile parts, a broken-up drone and other weaponry recovered by Persian Gulf allies of the United States.
  • Trump signs directive to send astronauts to the Moon and Mars

    Trump signs directive to send astronauts to the Moon and Mars

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    Standing to Trump's left, just behind the president's signature, is Harrison Schmitt , one of the last two men to walk on the moon 45 years ago this month. This was a switch from the Bush-era NASA , which was working on Constellation, which planned to spend more time on the Moon as part of a longer-term plan to go to Mars.