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Poisoned at Aleppo gas attack, Syria and Russia accuse rebels

BEIRUT (Reuters) – More than 100 people were injured Saturday in Aleppo, Syria, during a suspected poison gas attack that the government and its ally, Russia, have blamed the insurgents. A health worker in Aleppo said the victims had difficulty breathing, eye inflammation, and other symptoms that indicated the use of chlorine gas. Rebel officials denied the allegations and said …

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More than 100 injured in Aleppo in suspected rebel gas attack

BEIRUT (Reuters) – More than 100 people were wounded in a suspected toxic gas attack at Syria's Aleppo late on Saturday, which a health official said was the first to seek assault in the city. SANA / Handout via REUTERS The Syrian government and its ally Russia blamed the attack on insurgents, allegations which rebel officials denied. The shells spread …

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Secret Service cracks down on credit card skimming at gas pumps nationwide

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was written by Didi Martinez, Amy Calvin and Cydney Weiner, NBC News Credit card skimmers beware. Secret Service said it is kicking off the holiday season with a nationwide crackdown on credit card. "An estimated 54 million Americans want to travel across the country for Thanksgiving," said the "Operation Deep Impact," which was launched on Thanksgiving …

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Fair weather and low gas prices help Thanksgiving travelers

Mild weather and falling gasoline prices help Thanksgiving travelers achieve their goals while saving a few euros. Airports throughout the country were manned on Wednesday, leading to more than 1,500 delayed flights on the East Coast in the early afternoon. According to tracking service FlightAware, however, only about 75 flights were canceled, of which about 40 were in San Francisco. …

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Forecast for gas prices for Thanksgiving

The number of Ohioans on Thanksgiving this week will increase for the tenth year in a row as it is estimated that more than 2.2 million people from Buckeye State will hit the streets in the coming days. In total more than 54 million Americans are expected to travel more than 50 miles during vacations, which is an increase of …

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NASA wants to test deep into Uranus in search of smelly gas

NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft flew past oblong Uranus, the seventh planet from the Sun, in January 1986. Uranus's cloudtops on January 24, 1986 at its closest, the spacecraft came within 81,500 kilometers (50,600 miles) of Uranus's cloudtops. Voyager 2 radioed thousands of images and voluminous amounts of other scientific data on the planet, its moons, rings, atmosphere, interior and surrounding …

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Norwegian oil and gas plants closed after tankers, frigate collided

OSLO (Reuters) – An Norwegian naval oil tanker and frigate collided on Thursday off the Norwegian west coast, injuring eight people and closing a North Sea Rohexport Terminal, Norway's largest gas processing plant and several offshore fields. The Norwegian frigate "Knm Helge Ingstad" takes over water after a collision with the tanker "Sola TS" in Oygarden, Norway, November 8, 2018. …

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Seen gas moving near the event horizon

Astronomers have discovered three torches near the central black hole of our galaxy that look like gas, orbiting the invisible object. This visualization uses simulation data to represent the glow of gas that swirls around our galaxy's central black hole at about 30% of the speed of light. New observations show what gas blocks look like to complete this orbit. …

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Gas leak causes home explosion in Gladwyne

GLADWYNE, PA. (WPVI) – A 9,000-square-foot house exploded in Gladwyne, Lower Merion Township. Chopper 6 HD was over the scene as the crews combed through debris. The explosion occurred just after 8 pm on the 600 block of Dodds Lane. 19459002 The explosion was heard from afar in South Jersey. "Our whole house shook, we're about a mile or two …

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Finally, Kepler has run out of gas, but it will always pursue our ambitious goals

For centuries, people have wondered about the possibility that other Earths orbit distant stars. Perhaps some of these alien worlds would house strange life forms or have unique and narrative stories or future. It was only in 1995 that astronomers discovered the first planets orbiting sun-like stars outside our solar system. Especially in the last decade, the number of known …

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