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United States wrestler in Mexico channels hatred of Trump in the ring

The protesters waved Mexican flags and held anti-Trump signs during the march on Sunday through central Mexico City. Among the demonstrators were Mexican historian Enrique Krauze and the rector of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Enrique Graue.

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Nier Automata New Trailer Showcases Intense Combat Sequences And More

The publisher Square Enix has been doing a great job recently by hiring all these third party devs to develop their IP and it looks like Nier Automata is going to be a great game. Human beings haven't exactly shown enough appreciation for Earth over the years, with pollution and deforestation destroying much of what made the planet so attractive.

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Korea test-fires ballistic missile after Japan-US summit

This is the first such provocative act by the country since President Donald Trump formally took over. North Korea has fired its first ballistic missile this year, in what is seen as a show of force against the leaders of the United States and Japan reaffirming their security alliance.

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Why Are Hundreds Of Whales Beaching Themselves And Dying This Week?

He said because so numerous whales kin were lying dead on the shore it was "very likely" the surviving whales would re-strand themselves at low-tide this afternoon, and DOC was preparing itself to launch a second mass rescue effort. Dead pilot whales sit on the high tide line yesterday in a mass stranding at Farewell Spit in Golden Bay. Dozens of volunteers turned out to help.

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Steinmeier elected Germany's new president

Former German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has been elected Germany's president. The current post-holder, President Joachim Gauck, decided against bidding for a second five-year term due to his age - 77. That could create tensions with the United States as he has been an outspoken critic of new President Donald Trump, at one point referring to him as a "preacher of hate".

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Hundreds of volunteers form human chain to prevent whales from beaching

Their efforts were successful, but volunteers were forced to leave 50 surviving alone overnight on Saturday. Earlier, volunteers also managed to refloat around 100 of the more than 400 pilot whales which had beached on Thursday. It occurred along a remote five-kilometre stretch of coastline in Farewell Spit at the tip of the South Island. "By taking biopsy samples and doing analyses, we're potentially able to isolate the reason for this", DOC spokesman Herb Christophers told Radio NZ .


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