The glaciers of Greenland produce millions of icebergs every year and most eventually float harmlessly out to sea. But a huge 11 million-tonne iceberg recently came aground off the remote Inuit village of Innaarsuit, prompting fears it could bre ...

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“We’re not seeing any end to viral sharing and the currency that that brings to the world,” said Matt Statman, CEO and chief creative officer of Motive, a creative ad agency. Statman also pointed out that there’s an exclusivity factor. “It’s abo ...

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After an overnight evacuation of Syria‘s White Helmets from the advancing forces of Bashar al-Assad, the rescuers have become the rescued.Roughly 800 volunteers from the group of first responders were transported into Jordan in an Israeli milita ...

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“Emojiland” takes place inside a smartphone, in a digital mini-world peopled with emojis, and its hero looks about the way you’d think: like an undiluted dweeb — though, since this is a pop musical, the chartreuse frames on his glasses are kind ...

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The Week aheadA second-quarter G.D.P. estimate is issued, and there will be a hearing on tariffs on Chinese goods.Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission and the European Union’s top executive, will meet with President Trum ...

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On tonight’s Countryfile weather report, Tomasz Schafernaker delivered more good news for those that like the heat. He explained the UK could expect minimal rain and the heatwave to continue. “No prizes for guessing what’s in store over the next ...

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MASTUNG, Pakistan — Hundreds of voters were packed shoulder to shoulder at an election rally less than two weeks ago in a mud-walled village in western Pakistan, listening to the candidates speak, when a white flash ripped across the gathering, ...

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EAGAN, Minn. — Tony Sparano, the Minnesota Vikings’ offensive line coach, died Sunday at the age of 56, the team said.The team announced Sparano’s death in a statement but did not specify the cause of death. Sparano had been the Vikings’ offensi ...

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Voters in Pakistan are going to the polls on Wednesday in parliamentary elections. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is in prison for corruption convictions and the cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan is confident he can become the next prim ...

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Rising provincial minimum wages have cut into the reach of the Liberal government’s oft-touted increase to summer jobs spending by reducing the number of weekly hours being funded this year.The Liberals have doubled spending on the politically p ...

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