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Loss of Greenland Ice Sheet Reached a Record Last Year

Added: 14.08.2022 18:17 | 0 views | 0 comments

The ice loss in 2019 was more than twice the annual average since 2003, scientists said.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and 5 Pro: How Do They Compare to the Galaxy Watch 4?

Added: 14.08.2022 18:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

From price to health features, we look at how the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, Watch 5 and Watch 4 stack up.

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reMarkable's Pricey, Paper-Like Tablet Ready to Ship

Added: 14.08.2022 17:17 | 0 views | 0 comments

reMarkable on Monday will begin shipping what might best be described as an "untablet" -- a device that is, essentially, an electronic piece of paper. The company is proud of its paper tablet's simplicity, boasting that no other tablet has fewer functionalities. reMarkable users cannot install apps, watch videos or take photos. What they can do is read, write and sketch on a paper-like surface.


R. Kelly accuser 'Minor 1' will testify in obstruction of justice trial against 'I Wish' singer

Added: 14.08.2022 14:16 | 20 views | 0 comments

R&B singer R. Kelly will be back in court August 15 for obstruction of justice charges. An alleged victim from 2008 in the sex-trafficking and racketerring case is now set to testify against the "I Wish" singer.

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Etihad Airways announces double daily flights to Manila

Added: 14.08.2022 10:39 | 35 views | 0 comments

Etihad Airways is set to strengthen air connectivity between the UAE and the Philippines this winter with an additional daily service to Manila. A second daily flight will be established on 30 October, providing guests with a total 14 flights per week between Abu Dhabi and the Filipino capital.

Ohio girl's lemonade stand near food festival shut down after complaint

Added: 13.08.2022 21:19 | 4 views | 0 comments

An 8-year-old girl in Alliance, Ohio was reportedly told by local police to shut down her lemonade stand last weekend after receiving a complaint from a local festival.

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Want Success? Define Your Company Values

Added: 13.08.2022 19:24 | 1 views | 0 comments

Whether you're creating a new company or refreshing a business, make it a practice to assess your company's core values and traditions.

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British Scrap Dealer Cuts Open Old Safe, Finds $26,000 In Old Coins, Bills Inside

Added: 13.08.2022 19:17 | 25 views | 0 comments

A scrapyard cut open an old safe and found $26,000 in old -- but still good -- coins and bills inside, reported. The scrap dealer said he plans to donate the money to charity.
David Dodds, the managing director of Sackers, a scrapyard and scrap metal dealer in Ipswich, has a theory about how the safe full of money came to be in his possession.
"The suspicion is it could have been an old factory that was due for demolition and it was in the corner of their offices. When it's demolished then all the scrap goes into the bin, comes into the works and then we treat it," he said.
According to , Dodds said that lots of safes come through his business, but it's exceptionally rare for anything to be found inside, much less anything valuable.
Nevertheless, back in April, his crew opened up four safes that had wound up in their scrapyard. Three, not unexpectedly, contained nothing at all. The fourth one, however, contained the huge cash haul.
Many of the bills were damaged from water that had seeped in over the years. Similarly, much of it was so old that it is no longer considered legal tender in Britain, although it can be exchanged for more modern money.
The money was put into police custody. The police said that they wanted to see if it was somehow the proceeds of a crime. Additionally, they said they wanted to give anyone who could be the money's rightful owner a chance to make their case and claim it.
At least one person tried to convince the police the money was theirs, but "within about 30 nanoseconds" authorities realized the person had no case.
After a few months, a court determined that the money rightfully belonged to the scrapyard. However, Dodds won't be keeping the money. Instead, he said he would be donating it to two hospitals: East Anglian Children's Hospice and St. Elizabeth Hospice.
"We wanted to give the money to somewhere local so it could really make a difference," said Helen Crapnell, the marketing manager at Sackers.
As reported at the time by , back in June a tourist visited a small Canadian museum that had been in possession of a safe for decades, unable to open it but letting tourists take a crack at it. The tourist was able to open it on the first try. Unfortunately, the only things in the safe were a handful of receipts and an old notebook.

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