Trump legit: Unclear if RNC can even be safely held in...

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A top Trump administration health official says it is not clear whether it will be safe to hold the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Jacksonville next month as Florida sees record numbers of coronavirus cases. The comments on Sunday came a month after Republican officials moved the event from North Carolina over a dispute over…

Mali: President Keita meets deliver leader Mahmoud Dicko

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Mali's president has met the leader of a protest movement that has brought many thousands on to the streets, the presidency said on Sunday. A video posted on the presidency's Twitter account showed the meeting between President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita and Mahmoud Dicko, an imam and leading figure of the so-called June 5 movement, in…

Seattle protester struck by automobile on closed interstate dies

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One of two people hit by a man who drove his car onto a blocked Seattle freeway and then into a crowd protesting police brutality has died. Summer Taylor, 24, of Seattle died on Saturday evening at Harborview Medical Center, spokesperson Susan Gregg said.  Diaz Love, 32, of Portland, Oregon, was also hit by the…

Algeria buries stays of anti-colonial opponents after 150 years

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Algeria buried the remains of 24 resistance fighters returned from Paris after more than a century and a half as it marked the 58th anniversary of its independence from France. The skulls of the fighters - shot and decapitated in the early years of the French occupation - were laid to rest on Sunday during…

NASA’s most iconic constructing is 55 years primitive and proper getting...

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VAB looks good to me — "This building is not a monument." Eric Berger - Jul 5, 2020 1:00 pm UTC Construction progress of the Vehicle Assembly Building in August 1964. An aerial view in 1964. NASA 89,000 metric tons of steel went into the VAB's construction. NASA In 1964, an overall aerial view of…

White-throated sparrows’ unique tune ‘going viral’

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Researchers speculate that female sparrows may be attracted to it.July 5, 2020, 11:29 AM5 min read This is an Inside Science story. When researchers first noticed white-throated sparrows singing a strange song in the Canadian province of British Columbia, they figured it was a regional dialect. Dialects are common among birds and other singing animals…