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Our week through the lens: 20-24 November 2017
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IOC bans Russian bobsledders, speed skaters for Sochi doping

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Friday it had banned two Russian bobsledders, including double-gold-winning Alexander Zubkov, and two speed skaters for life from..
SBS

Attack on mosque in Egypt's Sinai kills at least 115: state media

Gunmen attacked a packed mosque in Egypt's restive North Sinai province on Friday and set off a bomb, killing at least 115 people in one of the country's deadliest attacks in recent memory, state media..
SBS

Militants kill 155 in Egypt mosque attack

Militants have killed more than 150 people in a bomb and gun attack on a mosque in Egypt's north Sinai.
SBS

Is Cooking Oil The Key To Solving The Global Warming Crisis?

is cooking oil the key to solving the global warming crisis?
by Graham Pierrepoint - Global warming continues to be a contentious issue, with many claiming that the climate change movement has little in the way of grounding – however, the evidence for..
One News Page Staff

Whirlpool named as 'worst fire offenders'

whirlpool named as 'worst fire offenders'
Shocking new figures collated by the London Fire Brigade have shown that Whirlpool white goods cause three times as many blazes as the nearest major manufacturer.
MailOnline

Fake Amazon ad on Google links to tech support scam

fake amazon ad on google links to tech support scam
Shoppers hoping to visit Seattle based retailer Amazon's website have encountered a tech support scam set up by cyber criminals, hidden in an ad which appeared at the top of Google.
MailOnline

Idyllic Caribbean island has been ruined by rubbish

idyllic caribbean island has been ruined by rubbish
Beaches in Honduras are being choked by a solid mass of bottles, wrappers and other recyclable waste turning the once-idyllic island into a floating landfill site off the Caribbean island's coast.
MailOnline

AFL draft double for Brayshaw family

Siblings Andrew and Hamish Brayshaw could face each other in west Australian AFL derbies after they were drafted by Fremantle and West Coast respectively.
SBS

How badly do you want something? Babies can tell

Babies as young as 10 months can assess how much someone values a particular goal by observing how hard they are willing to work to achieve it, according to a new study. This ability requires..
Science Daily

Is culture missing from conservation? Scientists take cues from indigenous peoples.

We typically think of conservation as removing humans from the ecosystem to return it to its 'natural' state. But the practices of many indigenous cultures offer a different way to view humanity's..
Christian Science Monitor

Femail reveals the biggest Black Friday bargains

femail reveals the biggest black friday bargains
Despite a flurry of early Black Friday deals this year, the biggest brands have been saving up their most spectacular offers for the big day, knocking hundreds of pounds off home, tech and fashion.
MailOnline

Black Friday Backlash From The Rest Of The World

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH Droves of customers stampeding through large department stores on Black Friday was once a uniquely American phenomena. But the traditional day-after Thanksgiving..
Worldcrunch

Bournemouth's Defoe to miss Swansea game with calf injury

Defoe's absence means Benik Afobe is likely to line up alongside the in-form Callum Wilson.
SBS

Man United boss Mourinho fears Fellaini exit

Fellaini was criticised by United supporters for his inconsistent performances after arriving from Everton in 2013 but the Belgian international has since become a key figure in Mourinho's midfield.
SBS

Dunbar fails concussion test and misses Wallabies clash

EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Alex Dunbar has failed concussion tests and will be replaced by Peter Horne at centre in Scotland's team to face Australia at Murrayfield on Saturday.
SBS

A simple but seldom-used tactic to prevent wildfires: Turn off the power grid when winds pick up

After last month’s deadly Northern California wildfires, atmospheric scientist Cliff Mass scanned old weather forecasts, searching for clues. In two high-resolution weather models for Oct. 8, he..
L.A. Times

Three UN peacekeepers, one Malian soldier killed in Mali attack

Three United Nations peacekeepers and one Malian soldier were killed and several others were wounded on Friday in an attack by unidentified assailants in northeastern Mali, the UN mission there said.
France 24

Where Space Travelers Are Born

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH In rural Russia, in a rustic dacha very similar to this one, the man who'd become the first person in outer space was born. The town of Gzhatsk, midway between Moscow..
Worldcrunch

Atalanta thrashing shows scale of Everton's problems

LONDON (Reuters) - Everton were already enduring a poor season when they welcomed Italian side Atalanta to Goodison Park in the Europa League on Thursday but they reached a new nadir in a humbling 5-1..
SBS


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