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Mercedes-Benz to recall up to 75000 United Kingdom cars over fire risk

The company has no reports of any injuries. There was no immediate indication from which other countries the cars are set to be recalled. Numerous vehicles affected by the recall are newer models, and are apparently at risk of catching fire.

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Stocks, Treasurys hold steady as Yellen prepares markets for rate hike

US Dollar Rallies after Moderate Trump Speech and Hawkish Fed CommentsThe US Dollar's 0.5% rise against the Pound today has come from two sources - the US President and the Federal Reserve. The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit highs for 12 consecutive sessions through February 27, after breaking 20,000 points for the first time that month.

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Antarctica Hits Record High Temperature of 63.5 Degrees F

The U.N. weather bureau announced Wednesday that the Experanza base set the record high last March 24, 2015 , after it reviewed data around Antarctica in order to set benchmarks for future warming, naturally occurring climate variability, as well as human-induced climate change.

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Congress asks Modi to apologise for 'coconut juice' jibe at Rahul Gandhi

He added that the people of the state would take revenge against those who looted Uttar Pradesh in the last 15 years. "Modiji does not want people of Manipur and northeastern states to progress and participate in India's growth story". He also said that Manipur people should question Prime Minister Modi on his next trip to Manipur. The Prime Minister had taken a jibe at Mr Rahul's reported remark that he was waiting for the day when packaged "coconut juice" from Manipur would sell in London.

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Google Play starts promoting apps based on engagement

This means that games that get played more will get more visibility on the Play Store, as against titles that are installed but not played as much. Aside from this, Google introduced an auto-flip feature that automatically orients ads to the phone's vertical or horizontal position. Often, users are holding their phones vertically, but the ads were designed for horizontal viewing.

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Trump's presidential address sets Dow soaring high

The Dow jumped 242 points, or 1.2 percent, to 21,055 as of 10:07 a.m. After reaching its 12th successive peak the previous day, the Dow Jones index finally took a breather, falling just over 25 points to 20,812.24, while the S&P 500 retreated six points to 2,363.64 and the Nasdaq composite 36 to 5,825.44.