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Transplant patient dies 61 days after getting COVID-19-infected lungs

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A woman has died with coronavirus after being given infected lungs in a double transplant. The transplant patient, who has not been named had chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD) so was given the two new organs at a hospital in Michigan, US, last year.

Woman claims she was ‘repeatedly raped’ by Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell in front of...

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The latest alleged Epstein victim claims she was threatened with being thrown into an “alligator-infested lake” if she spoke out.

Manhattan woman, 50, is found dead in blood-filled bathtub in her apartment with gunshot...

Police are searching for the long-time boyfriend of a Manhattan woman who was found dead in her apartment's bathtub with a gunshot would to the head.

Boy unhurt after taking ride on airport conveyor belt system

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Minnesota Public Radio obtained security footage of a 9-year-old boy getting into a conveyor belt baggage system Saturday afternoon at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

A fish species once thought extinct may actually be thriving

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Once known only from fossils, the coelacanth was thought to have gone extinct around 65 million years ago in the late cretaceous, during the great extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. Fossils of these creatures dated from 80 to 360 million years ago, and yet in 1938, one was found off the coast of South Africa alive. A fish almost entirely unchanged since the days of dinosaurs.

Man allegedly tries to overtake airplane out of Los Angeles; FBI investigating

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Crew members on a Delta flight out of Los Angeles on Friday are credited for saving the aircraft from a man who passengers say attempted to overtake the plane and the FBI is now investigating.

German brewery pairs with bakers to use surplus beer

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About 6,000 litres of the renowned copper-colored 'Altbier' of the historic Fuechschen brewery remain unsold and nearing its expiry date. The brewery now works with craft bakers who use the beer to make bread, with about twelve bakeries producing the grain bread and are giving the additional bonus of a bottle of Fuechschen's Altbier free of charge with every loaf.

University of Kentucky mistakenly sends 500,000 acceptances

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In a crazy circumstance of "technical glitch", the University of Kentucky accidentally sends 500,000 acceptance emails.

Woman loses $340K in wire transfer scam — alleges 4 banks did little to...

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Vivien Zheng says she lost $340,000 in an elaborate wire-transfer fraud. She spoke to CBC's Go Public, and alleges that TD Bank, Royal Bank, Bank of Montreal and Bank of China didn't do enough to stop the fraud.

Archaeologists identify 3,200-year-old temple mural of spider god in Peru

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Mural discovered last year is thought to depict a zoomorphic, knife-wielding spider god associated with rain and fertility.

Man arrested in connection to the murder of Kyle Craig, who was buying an...

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A man from Ocean Springs, Mississippi was found dead last week after planning to meet up with a seller from Facebook Marketplace. His suspected killer has just been caught.

Every Parent’s Most Hated Song, ‘Baby Shark’ Slammed Over Sexist Lyrics.

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The YouTube smash hit song that has taken the world by storm has been slammed over the lyrics to the original Korean version.

Hoarder lived alongside a corpse for 15 YEARS after he shot a meth addict...

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A man whose mummified remains were found inside a home on Sydney's lower north shore after 15 years was shot dead during a botched break and enter, a coroner has ruled.

Scottie Pippen Announces Death of Son Antron, 33: ‘Rest Easy Until We Meet Again’

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NBA Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen's oldest son Antron has died, aged 33. Scottie Pippen shares the devastating news that his eldest son, Antron, has passed away.

Rock And Stroll Show: Prehistoric Mystery Footprints Found In Ancient Cave Show Visitors Were...

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Archeologists might have cracked the mystery behind the 1,200 barefoot human footprints preserved in wet clay for more than 4,500 years.