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Snapchat gets flak for new 'racist' filter

On April 20 (of all days), Snapchat launched a Bob Marley-esque filter that wasn't very well-received, even though Snapchat was pretty positive about it at the time . Snapchat user Grace was offended by Snapchat's new filter, " Yellowface ". The filter was soon deleted from the app. But some people weren't OK with all of Snapchat's creative choices.

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Scientists estimate a Greenland shark lived about 400 years

The prior oldest vertebrate was reportedly a bowhead whale that reached 211 years old. "This thing with the age just seemed to be like the absolute top mystery". "It's a super mysterious animal", said Nielsen. A Greenland shark slowly swimming away from the zodiac, returning to the deep and cold waters of the Uummannaq Fjord in northwestern Greenland.

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Bill Clinton in Park City on Thursday for fundraiser

Clinton also quoted Rosemary M. Wixom, a leader of an organization for children within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, saying that individuals are strong but, "Together, with God, we are unstoppable". Ted Cruz (R) of Texas and has welcomed Syrian refugees into the state. Ted Cruz, has resisted endorsing Trump and waffled on whether he'll vote for him in November.

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'No Man's Sky' PC release date: PC version to launch soon

If Hello Games's math is correct, it would take about 585 billion years for one person to see them all. The UK-based Hello Games hasn't made a statement about this apparent contradiction yet, but I imagine the studio has a lot going on right now.

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Green pool? Algae said to be cause for change

With eleven days still to go in the games, can we be sure that the problems at Rio are all over, well, as the saying goes "don't hold your breath", we for sure are not! According to a handbook on pool chemistry ( yes, that actually exists ), oxidised copper usually leaves behind a pool with clear green water, rather than cloudy water.

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Saudi-led coalition hits food factory, killing 14 civilians

Mohammed Abdulsalam, a Houthi spokesman, condemned the coalition's airstrike on a factory supplying food, describing it as "heinous crimes". The coalition, which has been battling to prop up Yemen's government against the Houthis since March 2015, hit rebel positions across northern Yemen, according to coalition officials and tribal sources.