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Neutron stars are the second densest known objects in the universe after black holes, and both form under similar circumstances. The discovery, published Monday in the journal Physical Review Letters , was made possible by the massive, laser-based gravitational wave detectors first envisioned by MIT physicist Rainer Weiss half a century ago and by an worldwide network of partner observatories that responded by quickly aiming telescopes and scanning the night sky in search of the ...
  • Dallas Cowboys vs Los Angeles Rams: Preview and predictions

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    Going up against the Rams could be the tonic he needs with Los Angeles ranked 29th in rushing defense (139.0 yards per game) despite the presence of standout defensive tackle Aaron Donald . The early time slot isn't the only schedule oddity for the Cowboys this week - they'll also be drawing the short-end of the stick when it comes to rest.
  • England name 16-man squad for the Ashes 2017-18

    England name 16-man squad for the Ashes 2017-18

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    To compound the ECB's troubles, influential all-rounder Ben Stokes had been arrested less than 48 hours before the announcement, although he was still named in the squad despite his alleged altercation. "He has the ability to contribute with the bat scoring over 680 runs in the Championship this summer at an average of 45.33", James Whitaker stated. England will name their Lions squad to tour Australia on Monday and, on Wednesday, their ODI squad for the Australia tour, plus the latest ...
  • Toy traffic cone found in man's lung after 40 years

    Toy traffic cone found in man's lung after 40 years

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    Finally, the 47-year-old from the United Kingdom went to a clinic-and got the surprise of his life. Medics suspected the patient - a long-term smoker - had a tumour when scans showed a tumour on his lung. Paul Baxter, 50, who was identified in local news reports, said Thursday morning on BBC Breakfast that the doctors "managed to pull it up - and it came up and it came up and we were watching it on the screen and nobody could tell what it was".
  • Spain warns Catalan leader against holding referendum

    Spain warns Catalan leader against holding referendum

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    Catalonia's chief prosecutor ordered security forces to close up buildings and guard them until Sunday's vote to avoid any ballots from being cast. Spanish police have confiscated millions of ballots in recent days as part of a crackdown to stop the October 1 vote, which has been suspended by Spain's Constitutional Court.
  • West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspur - betting tips and predictions

    West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspur - betting tips and predictions

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    Spurs have lost three of their last four trips to the East London club. Both of their wins have come away from the road, and they struggled to a 1-0 League Cup win against Barnsley at home on Tuesday. Carroll made an entrance he would prefer to forget, giving the ball away near halfway and allowing Eriksen to start the move that led to Kane's 34th-minute opener.
  • Sam Bradford ruled out Sunday

    Sam Bradford ruled out Sunday

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    The Green Bay Packers can take some solace in the fact that after getting decimated by the Altanta Falcons, they getthe bad Cincinnati Bengals while the Falcons can now hammer at the division leading Lions . Bridgewater, who was placed on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list to start the season, could return as early as October 22, when the Vikings take on the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Sensex ends flat in cautious trade ahead of Fed's outcome

    Sensex ends flat in cautious trade ahead of Fed's outcome

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    Europe too had its share of weakness. The gauge had shed 21.39 points in the previous session. Sensex was up by over 82 points or 0.25% at 32,484.96 while the wider Nifty was up by 19 points or 0.19% at 10,166.55. It closed at Rs 847.10 per share - up 0.85 per cent. Reliance Industries rallied 4 percent, followed by L&T, ONGC, HDFC Bank, ITC, Tata Power and Yes Bank .
  • Vigil For Slain LGBT Student Leader At Georgia Tech Turns Violent

    Vigil For Slain LGBT Student Leader At Georgia Tech Turns Violent

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    Smoke bombs thrown at police/us, then the @ georgiatech police vehicle got torched with a flare under the hood. On Monday night, Georgia Tech issued alerts urging students to shelter indoors because of violent protests . According to the AP, suicide notes were found in the student's dorm room, and Schultz was the one who called 911. "I don't think there was a single person that didn't love them and cherish them for their involvement in the different causes", Bill Schultz said.
  • Suu Kyi condemns abuses in Rohingya region, UN seeks access

    Suu Kyi condemns abuses in Rohingya region, UN seeks access

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    Myanmar's Rohingya crisis has escalated over the past three weeks, with the United Nations estimating more than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims having fled the hostility in Rakhine to Bangladesh. The violence was said to be in response to attacks by Rohingya insurgents on police posts and an army camp, which killed a dozen people on 25 August.
  • Pep Guardiola wants Manchester City to have more belief in big games

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    Meanwhile, Guardiola can reflect on a week in which his side scored 15 goals without reply ahead of four games in three different competitions over the next two weeks. Raheem Sterling was then brought down in the box by Christian Kabasele and, despite Guardiola insisting Aguero take the penalty, he hammered home to put even more gloss on a truly stunning performance.
  • United Kingdom terror arrests hit record high in wake of attacks

    United Kingdom terror arrests hit record high in wake of attacks

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    The figure jumped by more than 150 to 379 in the year to June, the highest since records began in 2001. MORE than one alleged terrorist is being arrested every day as the number of suspects has soared to a record high, it emerged today. The number of people arrested was not made available in Wednesday's release, nor would the Home Office provide it when asked. The new figures show a 60% jump in arrests linked to global terrorism, from 184 to 294.