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Boeing 737 Makes Emergency Landing in Moscow Due to Hydraulic System Malfunction

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Boeing 737 Makes Emergency Landing in Moscow Due to Hydraulic System MalfunctionA Boeing 737 aircraft en route from Frankfurt to Moscow has laned at the Sheremetyevo airport in Moscow after a hydraulic system sensor showed a malfunction in the system. ......
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DOJ calls out Russian hacking spree [Video]

DOJ calls out Russian hacking spree

[NFA] The U.S. Justice Department said on Monday it has indicted six Russian intelligence agency hackers for a four-year long hacking spree that included attacks against the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics and 2017 French elections. Freddie Joyner has more.

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On This Day: 19 October 1990

51 years after launching in the U.S., 'Gone With The Wind' had its Russian premiere, in Moscow. (Oct. 19)
 

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Today in History for October 19th

Highlights of this day in history: British surrender at Yorktown decides American Revolution; Stock market crash hits Wall Street in late 1980s; Napoleon's..
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Protests across France after teacher killing [Video]

Protests across France after teacher killing

Thousands of people have protested across France after Friday's terroristkilling of a school teacher. Samuel Paty was beheaded on Friday in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine by a 18-year-old Moscow-born Chechen refugee who was shot deadby police.

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French prime minister joins nationwide tributes to murdered teacher

The French prime minister joined demonstrators across the country on Sunday who had rallied in tribute to a history teacher who was beheaded near Paris after..
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Human ‘Spiderman’ Climbs 545-Foot Building WITHOUT Harness [Video]

Human ‘Spiderman’ Climbs 545-Foot Building WITHOUT Harness

Alain Robert, known as ‘Spiderman’, faces criminal charges after scaling one of Frankfurt's tallest buildings. The French urban climber climbed to the top of the 545-foot office building without a harness. He wore a silver suit and cowboy foots, his stunt taking just 30 minutes to complete. The building is in Germany's financial capital and home to rail operator Deutsche Bahn, they have filed a criminal complaint against him for trespassing. Report by Shoulderg. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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'French Spiderman' dons cowboy boots for new stunt [Video]

'French Spiderman' dons cowboy boots for new stunt

Dubbed the "French Spiderman", Alain Robert scaled a skyscraper in Frankfurt on Thursday without a harness and wearing cowboy boots.

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'French Spiderman' dons cowboy boots new stunt [Video]

'French Spiderman' dons cowboy boots new stunt

Dubbed the "French Spiderman", Alain Robert scaled a skyscraper in Frankfurt on Thursday without a harness and wearing cowboy boots.

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Depression risk detected by measuring heart rate changes: Study [Video]

Depression risk detected by measuring heart rate changes: Study

For the first time doctors have shown that measuring changes in 24-hour heart rate can reliably indicate whether or not someone is depressed. In practical terms, this may give clinicians an objective "early warning" of potential depression, as well as a rapid indication whether or not treatment is working, so opening the way to more rapid and responsive treatment. Presenting results of this pilot study at the ECNP virtual congress, lead researcher, Dr Carmen Schiweck (Goethe University, Frankfurt) said: "Put simply, our pilot study suggests that by just measuring your heart rate for 24 hours, we can tell with 90 per cent accuracy if a person is currently depressed or not". Scientists have known that heart rate is linked to depression, but until now they have been unable to understand exactly how one is related to the other. In part, this is because while heart rates can fluctuate quickly, depression both arrives and leaves over a longer period, with most treatments taking months to take effect. This makes it difficult to see whether or not changes in one's depressive state might be related to heart rate.

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