At least 15 killed in bus crash involving Canadian junior hockey team

(CNN)A small town in Canada’s Saskatchewan province mourned Saturday after a bus carrying a junior hockey team collided with a tractor-trailer, leaving 15 people dead and at least 14 injured. The RCMP previously reported 28 people were on the bus, with 14 injured. Expressions of support poured in, much of it focused on a Twitter photo that showed three injured players grasping each other’s hands while lying on hospital beds….

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Pay rise agreed for 1.3 million NHS staff

Image caption Tracey Budding will only get 6.5% more over three years as she is at the top of her pay band Tracey Budding works as a senior nurse in a neonatal intensive care unit and is an active member of the Royal College of Nursing. She is at the top of her pay band so will only get the 6.5% minimum. But she is backing the offer. “It is…

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Tristan Thompson Spotted Entering Hotel With Mystery Woman From Kissing Video And Not Emerging For Hours! WATCH!

The plot thickens… As we reported, according to footage obtained by DailyMail.com, Tristan Thompson appears to be kissing a mystery woman Saturday night at PH-D Lounge in New York while pregnant girlfriend Khloé Kardashian stayed home in Cleveland. Later, The Shade Room published video from the same night — only this time the Cleveland Cavaliers player is seen entering a hotel at around 8:30 p.m. with a female who is…

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US and allies launch strikes on Syria

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionUS prepared to “sustain” strikes until Syrian regime stops using chemical agents – Trump The US, UK and France have bombed multiple government targets in Syria in an early morning operation targeting alleged chemical weapons sites. The strikes were in response to a suspected chemical attack on the Syrian town of Douma last week. Explosions hit the capital, Damascus, as well as…

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Sperm Whale Beached In Spain Died After Ingesting 29 Kilograms Of Plastic Waste

A young, male sperm whale washed ashore on the Murcian coast in southern Spain at the end of February. Now, an autopsy has revealed the unlucky animal died from gastric shock after swallowing 29 kilograms (64 pounds) of plastic debris. Human junk including pieces of ropes, nets, plastic bags, raffia sacks, and a plastic jerry can were found in the whale’s stomach and intestines, regional authorities announced on Friday.  Experts at…

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Richest 1% on target to own two-thirds of all wealth by 2030

World leaders urged to act as anger over inequality reaches a tipping point The worlds richest 1% are on course to control as much as two-thirds of the worlds wealth by 2030, according to a shocking analysis that has lead to a cross-party call for action. World leaders are being warned that the continued accumulation of wealth at the top will fuel growing distrust and anger over the coming decade…

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Facebook retracted Zuckerbergs messages from recipients inboxes

You can’t remove Facebook messages from the inboxes of people you sent them to, but Facebook did that for Mark Zuckerberg and other executives. Three sources confirm to TechCrunch that old Facebook messages they received from Zuckerberg have disappeared from their Facebook inboxes, while their own replies to him conspicuously remain. An email receipt of a Facebook message from 2010 reviewed by TechCrunch proves Zuckerberg sent people messages that no…

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Politicians not invited to royal wedding

Amelia Thompson, from Dronfield Woodhouse, near Sheffield, was left traumatised after witnessing the bomb blow up after the Ariana Grande concert in May 2017. She also damaged her vocal chords from screaming in horror. Image copyright PA Image caption Reuben Litherland’s mother Jacinta said her son deserved the invitation as he does all the work for deaf-friendly cinema screenings himself Those who have received an invitation to the outside area…

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UK firm to contest new passport decision

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionDe la Rue boss Martin Sutherland The new UK passport to be issued after Brexit will be made in France, the current British manufacturer has said. The burgundy passport, in use since 1988, will revert to its original blue and gold colour from October 2019. The boss of UK supplier De La Rue said it would appeal against the decision to award…

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The Complete Guide to Facebook Privacy

Facebook has never been particularly good at prioritizing your privacy. Your data powers its business, after all. But recent revelations that a firm called Cambridge Analytica harvested the personal information of 50 million unwitting Facebook users in 2015 has created new sense of urgency for those hoping for some modicum of control over their online life. If you ever needed a wake-up call, this is it. The good news: Despite…

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Mythbuster Adam Savage Has Made a Bag, and It’s Beautiful

Adam Savage is clearly overjoyed about his new bag. I met up with the gear-obsessed designer, former Mythbusters host, and Tested.com editor in chief at his workshop in San Francisco to see his latest creation. He's designed his first carryall utility bag, the EDC One, and launched a new brand, Savage Industries, to market it. With the same childlike glee he exudes on camera, Savage flipped the thing around on…

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People are becoming organ donors in droves thanks to this heroic hockey player.

Logan Boulet was one of the Canadian hockey players who passed away after a horrific bus accident. The Humboldt Broncos’ team bus collided with a semi-truck traveling to a play-off game in central Saskatchewan on Friday, April 6. 15 people, including the bus driver, team coach, and several players — were killed. Just a few weeks ago, on his 21st birthday, Boulet made a heroic decision. He signed up to be…

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Cambridge Analytica Execs Caught Discussing Extortion and Fake News

In a series of undercover videos filmed over the last year, Britain's Channel 4 News caught executives at Cambridge Analytica appear to say they could extort politicians, send women to entrap them, and help proliferate propaganda to help their clients. The sting operation was conducted as part of an ongoing investigation into Cambridge Analytica, a data consulting firm that worked for President Trump's 2016 campaign. The video follows an investigation…

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Palestinians hold day of mourning after 773 shot with live ammunition

At least 15 killed when Israeli soldiers open fire during mass demonstrations in Gaza Gaza hospitals, running low on blood and overstretched by the huge number of wounded, were reeling after one of the enclaves bloodiest days outside of open war, in which Israeli soldiers shot 773 people with live ammunition, according to the ministry of health. Fifteen of the wounded died, said the ministry spokesperson Dr Ashraf al-Qidra. Most…

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Why Zuckerbergs 14-Year Apology Tour Hasnt Fixed Facebook

In 2003, one year before Facebook was founded, a website called Facemash began nonconsensually scraping pictures of students at Harvard from the school’s intranet and asking users to rate their hotness. Obviously, it caused an outcry. The website’s developer quickly proffered an apology. "I hope you understand, this is not how I meant for things to go, and I apologize for any harm done as a result of my neglect…

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Palm oil banned by Iceland supermarkets

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPalm oil can be found in everyday items ranging from peanut butter and chocolate to instant noodles Iceland is to stop using palm oil in own-brand products by the end of 2018. The Deeside-based chain – the first major UK supermarket to ban palm oil – said it was used in more than half of its products, from biscuits to soap. Iceland…

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No further action after ‘burglar’ death

“As expected with any incident where someone has lost their life, my officers carried out a thorough investigation into the circumstances of the death.” Analysis, Simon Jones, BBC News When we look at the law it is all down to what is considered to be “reasonable force” when someone is defending their home. The law was clarified in 2013 to say if it was a highly stressful situation and if…

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Sorry, Laura Ingraham. Looks Like Parkland Survivor David Hogg Was Accepted Into UC Irvine

The Parkland high-school shooting survivor and March for Our Lives leader David Hogg has been accepted into University of California, Irvine, shared a list of companies which advertised on Ingraham's show and encouraged people to get in touch to complain about her comments. Nineteen companies including TripAdvisor, Nestle and Hulu all removed their backing from Ingraham's show. expected to return to her show Monday after the cooling-off period. Fox News…

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