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Gangnam Style may be over, but K-pop is here to stay: http://bbc.in/1IbalhY
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I listen to K-pop here and there. Its funny how something you like in an ironic way suddenly comes something you genuinely like...
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Sepp Blatter to resign as #Fifa president http://bbc.in/1KKkbL6
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Oh Blatter! i knew it before
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And you thought your driving test went badly...http://goo.gl/ZRtPXr
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Make Way!
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Hundreds of passengers are missing after a Chinese cruise ship sinks in the Yangtze River http://bbc.in/1KJn5Qw
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Hope everyone can be safe
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A San Francisco recycling centre is seeking a woman who may have handed over a rare Apple I computer by mistake.

Only about 200 of the first-generation Apple computers were made.
A San Francisco recycling centre is seeking a woman who may have handed over a rare Apple I computer by mistake.
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I really hope they find this lady and she accepts the money 
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Planned UK rail strikes by workers from the RMT union have been suspended after talks over a pay deal
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Yeah, We should go back to not having Unions. I'm sure the massive conglomerates of today will be way more helpful in making sure people come before profits.
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The moment Sepp Blatter announced his resignation as #Fifa president.

Latest on Fifa: http://bbc.in/1dJBWNh
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Blatter loks like a shady character. An out and out crook. No wander the corrupt Africans like him. They are all the scum of the earth. Wander whete all the money these Africans are stealing are going. Because from what we hear they are always asking for charity for their offspring.
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Kofi Annan and Jimmy Carter face a panel of under-25s on BBC News at 15:00 GMT. Tweet questions using #EldersDebate  http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/worldnews/2015/elders-debate
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Population of the earth..
blessing or curse?
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A Japanese hotel - staffed by robots http://bbc.in/1FRpYKI
One hotel in Japan is due to open with a mainly robot staff, and the rest of the accommodation industry is rapidly going digital.
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Creepy.
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From BBC News on YouTube: US surveillance powers expire as Senate deal fails http://bbc.in/1cui9A0
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They're lying. It'll be back by next month. 
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A pair of cancer drugs can shrink tumours in nearly 60% of people with advanced melanoma, a new trial suggests.
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Not necessarily because of 'sun exposed skin'. Some individuals have a genetic predisposition to melanoma. Let's hope the current world wide clinical trials crack the code. Some of us are dependent upon them, to be given the opportunity to live to a grand old age. Having said that, please do not unnecessarily expose your skin to the sun. Melanoma, the cancer that kills more Australians aged 15-39 than any other cancer.
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In an exclusive interview with BBC News, US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter says that "only the people in the region" can keep Islamic State defeated.
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Stone age superstition and its resistance to modernity is the basis of all conflict, the practice of belief (religion) over that which can be observed (science) in particular socio-cultural norms leads to restricted choice. Belief is an outdated concept based on insufficient data, lacking in what is necessary to make an informed choice. We need to make better choices based on observation not superstition. Education is the key to understanding. IMHO.
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