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Artists customise shipping containers to create a "pop-up cathedral" in Bents Park that tells the Passion story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-27064506
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I love a good myth story.
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At least 12 local guides have been killed after an avalanche on the slopes of Mount Everest, Nepali officials say: http://bbc.in/1kGOnbP

The avalanche struck an area just above the Mount Everest base camp.

It is thought to be the deadliest climbing tragedy on the mountain.
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Sad face even more sad
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Nobel prize-winning Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez dies in Mexico aged 87: http://bbc.in/1lcSCKK
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RIP
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BBC presenter George Alagiah has been diagnosed with bowel cancer: http://bbc.in/1jN7DU0

He won't be on TV for a while as he's having treatment, but says he's "optimistic for a positive outcome".
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Good luck.....
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Ever fancied falling asleep at your desk, without letting everyone know you were napping?

That's one of the possible uses for this Japanese-designed set of glasses, which show computer-generated eye animations:  http://bbc.in/1irTpbA

Do you think they'd catch on?
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+Carlene McCalla lol... How come I didn't think of that....
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The European Union's new Sentinal-1a radar satellite has returned its first images of Earth: http://bbc.in/1l2ztzq

The spacecraft is part of a fleet of orbiting sensors that monitor the state of the planet.

Here's some of the images released by the +European Space Agency, ESA 
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One more in a series of innumerable satellites, orbiting Earth. ESA should focus more on the possibility of colonization of Mars, the current craze among space buffs.
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Hoarding gold? bbc.in/QjiGKw

A businessman in India has had 12 gold bars removed from his stomach. 

Doctors who handled the operation said they had never seen a case like that before. 
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Wtf???
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A 14-year-old male orangutan found with air gun metal pellets embedded in his body, is looked over by a vet in Indonesia. 

He is one of 200 animals rescued by the country's ministry of forestry over the last few years.

See more great photos from around the world in this gallery from BBC Newsbeat: http://bbc.in/Pa6pHi

(Photo courtesy of AFP/Getty Images)
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Is that true ?
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"This is the smallest #planet we've found so far in the habitable zone" 

Most "Earth-like" planet yet has been discovered, scientists report: http://bbc.in/1nsLwmH
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It'll be getting some "Freedom" soon then !
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More than 800 million people can vote in India's elections - but what will they look for when choosing a candidate?

Just for fun, try our quiz to see if YOU would make it into parliament: http://bbc.in/1j5VJS4 ‪#‎IndiaElections‬
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In Every five years it is seen that the voting percentage keeps climbing. The people of India have finally started to believe in their constitutional rights and a government of the people, by the people and for the people shall soon be established.
This is democracy.The power to vote.

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