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Polar Bears Are at Higher Risk of Starvation Than Previously Thought

Polar Bears Are at Higher Risk of Starvation Than Previously Thought

A polar bear walks across an ice floe in the Svalbard archipelago. By some estimates, the ongoing loss of Arctic sea ice could drive polar bears extinct by 2100. Over the past decade, researchers with the U.S. A study of polar bear metabolism conducted near Alaska's Prudhoe Bay has provided more reason to worry about the future of these massive predators that prowl the Arctic. Consulte Mais Informação

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Ecuadorans vote in referendum to limit president's right to reelection

Ecuadorans vote in referendum to limit president's right to reelection

Correa, who served as president for 10 years (2007-2017) then went to live in Belgium with his family, returned to Quito in early January to campaign in favor of preserving the Constitutional amendment that allows indefinite reelection. He said the result would be "transcendental for the future of the country, so that our children are protected, so that corrupt people do not return to mock us. Consulte Mais Informação

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U.S. 'shamelessly threatening Russian Federation with atomic weapon', says Iran's Rouhani

U.S. 'shamelessly threatening Russian Federation with atomic weapon', says Iran's Rouhani

President Donald Trump's administration last week released a new policy on nuclear weapons meant to counter Russia's own weapons technologies and tactics, The New York Times reports . "That's why we need to start new initiatives in Europe for arms control and disarmament", Gabriel said in a statement, adding that developing new weapons sent the wrong message and risked triggering an arms race. Consulte Mais Informação

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LG May Quit The Chinese Smartphone Market

LG May Quit The Chinese Smartphone Market

For LG, the company chose the easy way out to exit the smartphone business in China, rather than opting for a more competitive pricing and specs war. Moreover, the company didn't launch any new smartphone in China in 2017. It's other divisions have been turning a steady profit. So it looks like all these factors have played a part in the company leaving the largest smartphone market in the world. Consulte Mais Informação

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Child dies after being struck by auto near Port Stephens, NSW

Child dies after being struck by auto near Port Stephens, NSW

The 15-year-old girl was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics, but she died at scene. The 42-year-old driver was taken for mandatory testing and subsequently charged with unsafe driving causing death and negligent driving causing death. The man was granted conditional bail to appear at Raymond Terrace Local Court on Tuesday 27 March 2018. Videos posted to social media on Monday afternoon show friends and family laying flowers at a makeshift roadside memorial for the teen. Consulte Mais Informação

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Leading ivory trade investigator killed in Kenya

Leading ivory trade investigator killed in Kenya

Police are investigating the circumstances of his death. In a 2017 interview with the deceased, Nomad magazine described him as an "American geographer who is an expert on the rhino horn and elephant ivory trade, travelling all over the world with his wife, Chryssee Martin, and colleagues Lucy Vigne and Dan Stiles to identify the markets, the traffickers and the modern-day uses, as well as debunking some myths". Consulte Mais Informação

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Samsung Galaxy S9 price leaks, and it's bad news for us all

Samsung Galaxy S9 price leaks, and it's bad news for us all

That's a hefty leap upwards from the Samsung Galaxy S8 , which launched in the United Kingdom in 2017 for just £689. According to the publication, the smartphone will cost £100 more than last year's Galaxy S8. He says this will create a "large price gulf" between Samsung's new phone and Apple's £999-£1,149 iPhone X, which "will help generate demand" for the Galaxy S9. Consulte Mais Informação

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Cal outlasts Oregon State to end 9-game skid

Cal outlasts Oregon State to end 9-game skid

They have dropped 19 straight road games dating to last season. Scott scored the first eight points of the second half with Niagara building an 11-point lead with 10 minutes left. Kahil Dukes scored a career-high 37 points to lead Niagara over Monmouth 96-91 on Sunday. The 1978-79 team was 6-21 and the only other Cal team to suffer 20 defeats was the 1986-87 squad, which finished 9-20. Consulte Mais Informação

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