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Tesla Taps Samsung For Australian Battery Facility

Pharma news - October 1, 2017 - 4:45am

The Elon Musk company has committed to setting up a 129 MWh Powerpack system — effectively the world’s largest battery — in Australia in 100 days, or give it for free.


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Dunkirk-style evacuation as Vanuatu volcano pollutes drinking water

Pharma news - October 1, 2017 - 4:37am

By Alison Bevege SYDNEY (Reuters) - Vanuatu has launched a Dunkirk-style evacuation on the northern island of Ambae as a flotilla of boats rescues islanders from an erupting volcano. The eruption has polluted many of the island's water sources leaving thousands of people in need of safe drinking water, Red Cross delegate Joe Cropp told Reuters by phone on Sunday. "It's important to get on top of it right away." The Manaro Voui volcano, the nation's largest, was seen hurling steam and rocks into the air by New Zealand vulcanologist Brad Scott who flew over the volcano on Saturday.


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Labour MP, Councillor Target Prince George In A Rant

Pharma news - October 1, 2017 - 4:29am

Labour MP Emma Dent Coad and councillor Ken Ritchie targeted Prince George in their rant about the royal family.


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IS seizes town in central Syria: monitor

Pharma news - October 1, 2017 - 4:19am

The Islamic State group on Sunday seized a town in central Syria known as a symbol of religious coexistence in a surprise attack against regime forces, a monitor said. The jihadists took control of Al-Qaryatain in the central province of Homs early on Sunday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor said. Violent clashes broke out after the jihadists sneaked in, the Britain-based Observatory's Rami Abdel Rahman said.


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Trump calls Puerto Rican officials after lashing out at pleading mayor

Pharma news - October 1, 2017 - 3:01am

President Donald Trump spoke by phone with senior officials in hurricane- devastated Puerto Rico late Saturday, hours after lashing out at the mayor of San Juan who had pleaded for help and criticized the slow federal response. Trump, who spent the weekend at his Bedminster golf resort in New Jersey, accused Puerto Ricans via Twitter of wanting "everything to be done for them," even as criticism grew that federal relief efforts amid massive hurricane damage have fallen desperately short.


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OJ Simpson released on parole, prison official says

Pharma news - October 1, 2017 - 3:01am

OJ Simpson, the former American football star, has been released from a Nevada prison after serving nine years of his sentence. In July, a parole board voted unanimously that he should be released early, after hearing Mr Simpson had been a “model inmate” during his time at Lovelock Correctional Centre. Nevada Department of Corrections posted images and footage of Mr Simpson being released early on Sunday.


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Mnuchin: 'When the President Gets Attacked he Attacks Back'

Pharma news - October 1, 2017 - 2:40am

In an interview on Meet the Press, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin tells Chuck Todd that when President Trump is attacked he attacks back in response to Trump's attacks on the San Juan Mayor.


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Air France passengers describe mid-air terror as engine disintegrates over Atlantic

Pharma news - October 1, 2017 - 2:29am

French aviation investigators arrived in Canada on Sunday amid questions over the cause of an apparent engine explosion that forced an Air France airliner to make an emergency landing. Passengers reported hearing a loud bang on the Paris-Los Angeles flight, followed by vibrations that shook the cabin for 20 minutes. By the time the Airbus A380 superjumbo jetliner landed at a military airfield in Goose Bay, Newfoundland on Saturday, the cowling covering one of the plane’s four engines had been completely torn off. Here's a video of the landing. pic.twitter.com/aLUoM5avLH— Jacob Soboroff (@jacobsoboroff) 30 September 2017 Pamela Adams, a passenger, said there was “a tremendous bang… like the plane hit a Jeep at 35,000 feet. We grabbed on to something and then we sat down, and the plane righted itself fairly soon.” Another passenger, Daniel McNeely, said those in window seats said the entire engine exploded “in a giant fireball.” The crumpled engine of the Air France A380 superjumbo is seen in this photo taken by one of the passengers on board. Credit: AFP PHOTO / TWITTER / Sarah Eamigh Sarah Eamigh said: ”The cabin started vibrating. Someone screamed, and from there we knew something was wrong. We saw the cabin crew walking through the aisles quickly, and we heard an announcement from the captain that said one of our engines had an explosion.” An Air France Airbus A380 is seen during an emergency landing in Happy Valley-Goose Bay Credit: Reuters Passengers nervously joked to each other as they tried to work out what had happened, Ms Adams said. Some thought the plane had struck a bird. The forced landing revived memories of engine damage to a Qantas A380 shortly after takeoff from Singapore seven years ago. The November 2010 incident prompted the grounding of the entire Qantas A380 fleet — six airliners at the time — for more than three weeks. I talked to the passenger by the window and He said the entire engine exploded into giant fireball.— Daniel McNeely (@DanMcneely) September 30, 2017 There were no injuries among the 520 people aboard the double-decker airliner. Passengers completed their journeys to Los Angeles aboard two planes sent by Air France to Goose Bay, which is used as a emergency landing spot for transatlantic flights.


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'SNL' Does Its Best To Catch Up On A Summer Of Trump Jokes

Pharma news - September 30, 2017 - 11:39pm

“Saturday Night Live” returned with vengeance in its 43rd season Saturday, desperately trying to catch up on a summer of President Donald Trump changes.


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Philippines' Duterte says will snub graft probe

Pharma news - September 30, 2017 - 11:25pm

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said he would not cooperate with a special anti-corruption prosecutor's investigation into allegations he acquired ill-gotten wealth, vowing he would "not submit" to its authority. The ombudsman said last week it was investigating claims Duterte's bank accounts had hundreds of millions of pesos (millions of dollars) which he failed to disclose as required by law. Duterte responded by lashing out at the ombudsman, calling the agency "lousy" and saying allegations against him were "lies based on baseless" information.


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Thinking the unthinkable in China: Abandoning North Korea

Pharma news - September 30, 2017 - 10:35pm

North Korea's nuclear antics have rattled its alliance with China to the point that Beijing is allowing the previously unthinkable to be discussed: Is it time to prepare for the renegade regime's collapse? While China's official goal is to bring Washington and Pyongyang to the negotiating table, it is also permitting once taboo debate on contingencies in case war breaks out in the isolated nation across its northeast border. Observers say the public debate might be a tactic to try and coerce Pyongyang into cooling its weapons programme, with its nuclear and missile tests visibly angering Beijing, which has backed tough new United Nations sanctions on the country.


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Puerto Rico's governor isn't "paying attention to social media"

Pharma news - September 30, 2017 - 9:56pm

Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello tries to distance himself from a Twitter spat between U.S. President Donald Trump and San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz in a Reuters interview ahead of the president's visit this week. No reporter narration.


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One Photo Stands Out After Trump Says Puerto Rico Wants 'Everything Done For Them'

Pharma news - September 30, 2017 - 9:10pm

When President Donald Trump went after local officials in Puerto Rico, accusing them of wanting “everything to be done for them,” one TV writer had the perfect response.


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Iran Wants America to Ignore Its Nuclear Ambitions

Pharma news - September 30, 2017 - 8:28pm

Once the nuclear deal expires, Iran will ironically be much better positioned to move to nuclear weapons than it was before the deal was negotiated. The starting point for any assessment of the Iran nuclear deal—or Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)—is the recognition that Iran remains a determined nuclear proliferator, and that the deal does not prevent it from achieving its nuclear goal. In fact, if the international community is lulled into believing that the deal “is working,” this will actually provide Iran with much needed breathing space to strengthen itself economically, regionally and in the nuclear realm.


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A Massive Solar Storm has had a Huge Effect on Mars' Atmosphere

Pharma news - September 30, 2017 - 8:23pm

Particles traveling from the Sun have wreaked havoc on Mars, NASA says.


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5 Reasons Why a 2nd Korean War Won't Be Like the First (and Much Worse)

Pharma news - September 30, 2017 - 8:20pm

If a Second Korean War were to erupt tomorrow, there is one thing we can be sure of. It won’t be like the First Korean War of 1950-53. France lost in 1940 because they assumed World War II would be fought in the trenches like World War I. Israel almost lost in 1973 because they assumed the Arab armies would collapse as they did in 1967.


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