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Solar eclipse: What you need to safely view and photograph

It will be the first total solar eclipse in 99 years to cross coast-to-coast and the first to pass through any part of the Lower 48 states in 38 years. If you want to snap a picture of the solar eclipse or look at it through binoculars or a telescope, you must use a specialized solar filter for your lens.

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Mystery flesh-eating sea bugs chomping on chunks of meat

Kanizay said the blood was hard to get off his legs, and that it "came back pretty quickly". A teenager went for a 30 minute swim at Dendy Street Beach in Brighton . Jarrod Kanizay told the BBC that when he looked at his son's feet he thought a grenade had gone off. Because it's a larger area it looks pretty bad.

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Trump touts new harsh United Nations sanctions against North Korea

India, Pyongyang's third largest trading partner , is halting all trade apart from food and medicine. "The threat of an outlaw nuclearized North Korean dictatorship remains". "These sanctions will cut deep, and in doing so will give the North Korean leadership a taste of the deprivations they have chosen to inflict on the North Korean people", Haley said.

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United States preparing for 'preventive war' with N. Korea: McMaster

Under the draft, countries would be unable to hire any new North Korean workers. The sanctions will slash North Korea's annual export revenue of $3 billion by more than a third, according to a statement from Haley's office. "I think the administration has said and will continue to say that North Korea has acted recklessly, irresponsibly, and it has to stop", Haley said.

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USA proposes cutting nicotine in cigarettes to 'non-addictive' levels

It causes over 480,000 deaths per year. According to studies, cigarettes which have lesser levels of nicotine in them drive smokers to smoke less and eventually give up on the habit. Gottlieb also held out the possibility that premium cigars would be exempted from FDA oversight, but the overall outlook for traditional tobacco products appeared grim.

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Extreme Weather Could Kill 150000 Europeans pa by 2100

Nearly all of the projected deaths are expected to come from heat waves, particularly in southern Europe . Extreme weather could kill 152,000 people a year by 2100 if nothing is done to curb climate change , the scientists say. It is estimated that 151,500 people would die annually between 2071 and 2100, a sharp increase from 2,700 deaths a year recorded between 1981 and 2010.