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Boy Transforms Into Neighborhood Superhero Thanks to Specific Armor

A North Carolina boy got a unique present for his fourth birthday: a day as a superhero. Arlo Jordan, of Raleigh, North Carolina is typically painfully shy, according to his mother, Melissa Jordan, but when he dons his specific armor he becomes an brave superhero named Raleighman. “He alterations and ...

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Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung Unleashes New Powerful Burst

A volcano in western Indonesia unleashed a new potent burst higher into the sky on Saturday, sending hot ash far down the mountain’s slopes, an official stated. Authorities have been closely monitoring two,460-meter (eight,070-foot) -high Mount Sinabung on Sumatra, a single of Indonesia’s key islands, considering that June 2, when ...

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FBI’s FIFA Mole Took Bribes Ahead of French, South African Planet Cups

The secret insider the FBI utilised to aid indict higher-level FIFA officials himself admitted to having taken bribes from two countries in their push to host the Planet Cup, according to newly-released court documents. Charles Blazer, an American ex-FIFA executive committee member-turned-government informant, pleaded guilty back in November 2013 to ...

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Close Encounter Involving Russian Fighter Jet and US Spy Plane

A close encounter occurred involving a Russian fighter jet and a U.S. military reconnaissance aircraft late final month in international airspace more than the Black Sea, U.S. military officials confirmed to ABC News. Pentagon Spokesman Col. Steve Warren right now called it “an unsafe intercept” saying it was accomplished in ...

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FDA Panel Votes to Approve ‘Female Viagra’ With Circumstances Soon after Third Hearing

An professional panel for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration voted right now to approve a drug that has been dubbed the “female Viagra” immediately after two prior attempts failed to obtain approval. The FDA is set to make a final selection in August, and while the agency frequently follows ...

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France Tourism Campaign: ‘Be Nicer to Travelers’

If France desires to keep its status as the world’s most-traveled destination, it is going to will need an attitude adjustment. In other words: be nicer to vacationers. That was the message promoted by the French Ministry of Affairs at a national conference yesterday, where Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius announced ...

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Army Reverses Decision About Arlington Burial for Guardsman Killed in Helicopter Crash

In a reversal of a controversial decision, one particular of the 11 service members killed in a Black Hawk helicopter crash off the Florida coast this past month will be allowed to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. The household of Staff Sgt. Thomas Florich, a Louisiana National Guardsman, had ...

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