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According to Amnesty International, at least 106 people are dying in Iranian protests against rising fuel prices

According to conservative estimates by Amnesty International, at least 106 people died on days of protests in Iran against rising fuel prices and the subsequent government crackdown. Amnesty's Tuesday report came from a US agency that previously feared that the riots had killed "a significant number of people." Amnesty also estimates that the actual death toll could be "much higher, …

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According to the Trump government, Israeli settlements in the West Bank do not violate international law

The rise of more than 40 years of US policy, which declared Israel's expansion into the territories occupied since the 1967 war a major obstacle to the settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. On one issue, Pompeo denied the announcement was linked to the riots in Israel in which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who supported the Israeli annexation of the West …

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Spacewalk today: Astronauts of the International Space Station undertake one of the most complex spacewalks of all time

Two astronauts ventured in front of the International Space Station on Friday for the first of four spacewalks to repair a $ 2 billion cosmic ray detector for the composition of the universe. "We will do an open-heart surgery on this amazing experiment," said Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano, the current Space Station commander. The 7.5-ton patient in this case is …

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International giveaway for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus!

It's time for the Sunday gift! Like every week, we're giving away a brand new Android phone to a fortunate Android Authority reader. Congratulations to the winner of the Google Pixel 4 XL sweepstake last week, Rey D. of United Arab Emirates. This week, we're giving away a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus courtesy of the AA Deals …

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An Iridescent Lane of Night Lights as Seen from the International Space Station [Video]

This composite image was taken from more than 400 photos taken during the journey of the International Space Station from Namibia to the Red Sea were. Picture credits: ISS Crew Earth Observation Facility This image of star trails was assembled from time-lapse photographs of NASA astronaut Christina Koch aboard the International Space Station (ISS). This composite image was created from …

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Beijing's new $ 63 billion mega-airport begins international flights

BEIJING (Reuters) – Beijing's new $ 63 billion Daxing airport has begun its first scheduled international flights on Sunday as it ramps up operations to help relieve pressure on the city's existing capital airport. Daxing International Airport on the outskirts of Beijing, China September 28, 2019. REUTERS / Jason Lee / File Photo Shaped like a phoenix – though to …

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Epic Space Time Lapse Footage from the International Space Station

A breathtaking time-lapse taken by the International Space Station shows the Earth, stars and even events like thunderstorms and forest fires. The timelapse was created from a total of 400 photographs within 11 minutes According to NASA, the ISS traveled from Namibia to the Red Sea. NASA astronaut Christina Koch, who tweeted about her experiences on the International Space Station …

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Timelapse taken by the International Space Station

In this week's questions, I explain why we'll never know which stars have no planets. How we could prevent a catastrophe on Earth and why aliens could still threaten us. For more Dustin Gibson photos, visit: https://www.instagram.com/gibsonpics/ 00:48 How many stars do not have planets? 02:29 Could we prevent a catastrophe? 05:16 No aliens would be a threat to us. …

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What happens to the International Space Station at the end of its life?

Normally, all satellites that have survived their usefulness are either driven to re-enter the thicker atmosphere, where they normally burn due to friction before landing (if they are low-orbit satellites). If they are higher-orbit satellites, they will instead be diverted to move farther from Earth. The idea behind it is that no floating junkyard is spinning around our planet, as …

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Woman sneaks into delta flight without boarding pass and refuses to move at Orlando International Airport

Authorities investigate how a woman made it onto a delta flight without a boarding pass or photo ID – and then escorted out of the plane. The woman boarded the 1516 flight in Atlanta at Orlando International Airport Saturday morning. According to a police report, she was sitting in another passenger seat. Jenni Clemons, a fellow passenger on the flight, …

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