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Man City 2-3 Man United Result, Premier League 2017-18 football match report: Paul Pogba holds title celebrations on ice

Paul Pogba unleashed an unlikely comeback when Manchester United forced Manchester City to delay winning the Premier League title with a 3-2 victory in a remarkable derby. City seemed to break the Premier League record Six games were still missing as they drew 2-1 at Etihad with goals from Vincent Kompany and Ilkay Gundogan. Their advantage should have been greater, …

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ICE arrests 97 immigrants in Tennessee & It could be the biggest workplace raid in a decade

U.S. Immigration and Customs officials (ICE) arrested 97 immigrants at a meat factory in Tennessee on Thursday. The immigration advocates claimed that this was the largest raid by the federal prosecutor for at least ten years. The raid comes praised about six months after the actions of ICE Director Thomas Homan to attract employers who are known for recruiting undocumented …

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Compliance with the Paris climate targets could reduce the decline in sea ice

The future Arctic could be ice-free every year for a period of weeks to months, depending on how much global temperature fluctuates over the next few decades. The worst-case scenario shows five-month ice-free conditions every summer. However, if the temperature targets set in the Paris Climate Agreement of 2015 are met, the extreme north could receive its summer ice for …

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ICE arrests 97 alleged illegal immigrants at Tennessee Meat Processing Plant

In this dossier filed by the US Immigration and Customs Service on February 9, 2017, ICE agents are facing an apartment in Atlanta during a targeted enforcement action aimed at immigrants, returnees, and major criminals who are illegal in the country. (AP) U.S. Immigration and Customs officials arrested 97 people after raiding a meat processing factory in Tennessee, which, according …

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ICE Raids Meatpacking facility in rural Tennessee; 97 immigrants were arrested

On Thursday, federal officials arrested 97 immigrants at a meat processing plant in rural Tennessee, where civil rights organizations claimed the largest single-place robbery in a decade, a sign that the Trump government was implementing its aggressive ramp-off plan this year Ten people were arrested for federal immigration laws, one person was arrested on charges of arrest, and 86 were …

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Canadian Mercedes dealer caught on Dashcam taking customer's AMG on Ice Cream Run and overweight for work

This is certainly not the first time we've seen dashcam videos of dealer technicians doing stupid, embarrassing or disrespectful things on or with customers' cars, and I suspect it will not be the last. Daniel Shiekhan drove his Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG to a Mercedes-Benz dealership in Toronto, and his dashcam picked up everything, including a run on Wendy's Frosties and …

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Neanderthals were able to survive "turbo breathing" to survive the Ice Age

N Eanderthals lived on Earth for about 250,000 years before they died out and left their bones, art and traces of their DNA in living humans. Before anatomically modern humans left Africa, Neanderthals already lived in Europe and the Middle East – a movement that forced their bodies to adapt to icy, glacial habitats. While scientists knew that shorter, sturdier …

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A new state of quantum matter was found in a material that all scientists thought was chaos

Experiments conducted on a complex array of magnetic particles have identified a completely new state of matter and can only be explained when scientists turn to quantum physics. The chaotic structures behind the research show strange properties that could allow us to investigate the chaos of exotic particles – if researchers can find order there, it could help us understand …

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Antarctic ice melts under water: this is a big problem

The underwater melting of Antarctic ice cover is far greater than previously thought. It poses a significant threat as the Antarctic has the world's largest freshwater reservoir. Hannes Konrad et al., University of Leeds ) The Antarctic ice sheet melts under water and is five times faster than previously thought The Antarctic earth lines retreat In one New study published …

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