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Dutch authorities ground France-bound airliner at Amsterdam over threatening tweet

Twitter user Stefan Govaard  who is at Schipol Airport, said all gates at Terminal C are closed following the bomb threat. The Air France flight from Amsterdam had to be grounded and search after threats on Twitter reached the Dutch authorities.

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Xbox One steals best selling crown from PS4

In August of this year Microsoft had the Rare Replay and Gears of War: Ultimate Edition as their major releases, peppered in with a bunch of indie titles. At Toys R Us, you can also score yourself a PS4 500GB console for only $299.99. Put more simply: a ton of people are buying "Halo 5: Guardians", and the only way they can play it is with an Xbox One.

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Gamestop Offering Cheap PS4 Bundle With Uncharted And Fallout 4

The ToysRUs Black Friday 2015 Ad leaked online on Black Friday sites ahead of the official release. GameStop has a few awesome deals going on around Black Friday and they have a little something for everyone regardless of what you want to get.

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The Key to Malaria Growth Found

Understanding why this occurs could help understand how the parasite thrives within a mosquito and its human host, which could lead to new treatments for the disease. But little was been aware of them within the malaria parasite and just how they affect cell development - so far. In studying the life-cycle of the malaria parasite and its development, the research team discovered that there are three types of the cyclin molecule that enable the parasites growth and sustain it.

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Delmarva fox squirrel removed from Endangered SpecieslList

The population of the squirrel reduced to a staggering 90 percent and it has to be enlisted as endangered under ESA act in 1967 alongside 77 other species. According to Kara Coats, from the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, however, the numbers in DE are still rather low. In addition, more than 30 species have been delisted due to recovery, including the bald eagle, American alligator, peregrine falcon and now Delmarva Peninsula fox squirrel.

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Space junk breaks up over Sri Lanka

Measuring 3 to 6 feet, the junk was believed to be man-made spacecraft that could have gone off course and turned into space junk orbiting the earth before it entered the atmosphere. "A piece of a solar panel, for instance, would behave differently than a booster tank", Lowell Observatory planetary astronomer Nick Moskovitz said in a statement before the object's re-entry.


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