Entertainment 

Call of Duty WW2 news: COD getting major PS4 and Xbox One competition in 2018?

Call of Duty WW2 remains a top selling title following its successful launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The latest stats have revealed that it has taken the popular new COD a very short amount of time to cement its place at the top of the charts. The NPD Group’s rankings for video game sales shows that the latest installment of the long-running franchise was November’s top-selling title, and also 2017’s most popular game. “Call of Duty: WWII generated more launch month consumer spending than any Call of Duty…

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Science 

Ancient Egypt: Archaeologists Discover Child Graves Containing Jewelry and Amulets in Temple Quarry

Archaeologists in Upper Egypt discovered four intact children’s graves at a quarry that once provided stone for the temples and tombs of the 15th century B.C. The youngest of the children was 2 or 3 years old at the time of death, according to Live Science. The child graves aren’t the first to be discovered at the quarry, which is known as Gebel el-Silsila. Over the last couple of years, researchers have recorded 69 tombs at the site, most of which had been long since looted, as Live Science reported. The…

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Ancient Egypt MYSTERY: Archaeologists left baffled by child grave uncovered at old quarry

The graves of four children, all thought to be under the age of ten at their time of death, were found during excavations at Gebel el-Silsila, which was once a quarry site during the Thutmosid period, from around 1493 BCE to 1401 BCE The discovery was announced earlier this week with the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and Sweden’s Lund University, revealing new insight on the burial practices during the 18th century. The archaeologists also unearthed artefacts including amulets, bracelets, and pottery. However, it is the discovery of one child’s grave…

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Rex Tillerson Wants Talks With North Korea. The White House Isn't So Sure

(WASHINGTON) — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s surprising diplomatic offer of unconditional talks with North Korea hinges on two big X factors: Does the North even want talks, and is President Donald Trump fully behind his top diplomat? The early signs were not promising. The White House on Wednesday contradicted Tillerson’s overture. North Korea has yet to respond. The diplomatic initiative, made in remarks at a Washington think tank, came two weeks after North Korea tested a missile that could potentially carry a nuclear warhead to the U.S. Eastern Seaboard….

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‘Anti-European’ EU slammed over migration policy – by bloc’s own Commissioner

European Union member states were heavily divided over how to replace or even reform the bloc’s “Dublin regulation” – where the country in which an asylum seeker arrives is responsible for them – and whether or not to introduce a mandatory relocation system for those granted protection. Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos launched an attack on European Council’s President Donald Tusk’s plans to relocate refugees as “anti-European” and exposes the deep divisions within the EU as to how to deal with the fallout from the aftermath of the 2015 migration crisis….

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2018 Golden Globe nominations: See the full list

The 75th Golden Globe Award nominations were announced Monday morning, and once again the show is set to honor the best films, shows and stars of the big and small screen. The Globes, which are voted on by the 90 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, are seen as a preview for the Academy Awards, which will be held on March 4. Closed Captioning apply | reset x font share link 2018 Golden Globe nominations: See all the shows, movies, actors on the list Play Video – 6:58 2018…

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Trump holds rally while world leaders urged him to reconsider Jerusalem embassy move

The President was given the jacket at a rally at Pensacola Bay in Florida on Friday, two days after saying the US embassy will move from Tel Aviv to the disputed city. The move sparked protests in Israel and its war planes bombed Gaza yesterday, killing two Hamas gunmen, after rockets were fired from the enclave. Two Palestinian protesters were also shot dead by Israeli troops on the Gaza border on Friday. French President Emmanuel Macron spoke by telephone to Turkey’s leader Tayyip Erdogan yesterday with both agreeing to try…

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World leaders slam Trump’s ‘dangerous’ Jerusalem move

From Europe to the Middle East to Australia, U.S. allies and adversaries alike lined up Wednesday to condemn President Donald Trump’s decision to formally recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and to later move the U.S. embassy there. World leaders painted the decision as unilateral and outside the vision of a negotiated peace between Israelis and Palestinians and warned of heightened tensions or even violence across the Middle East. British Prime Minister Theresa May swiftly “disagreed” with Trump’s decision, saying in a statement that Jerusalem’s fate should be decided…

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Science 

‘Humanity has PEAKED’ Scientists make shock claim ‘human abilities may DECREASE over time’

Researchers reviewed 120 years worth of information on the evolution of human characteristics – including height, lifespan and physical performance – and concluded that there may be a maximum threshold which humanity cannot exceed. The scientists claim humanity has plateaued as less sporting records are broken and more people reach but don’t exceed the present highest life expectancy. For example in athletics, Usain Bolt’s 100m and 200m records have not been broken since 2009, and no one has topped the US’ Kevin Young 400m hurdles record since 1992. Similar peaks…

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Russia HUMILIATED over botched space launch, Putin’s men demand ‘culprits’ punished

A furious call for punishment of the “culprits” came from Dmitry Medvedev after the loss of 19 satellites in a Soyuz-2.1b mission last week from the country’s expensive new cosmodrome in eastern Siberia.  Space chiefs are not even certain whether the Meteor-M satellite – the largest part of a payload powered by a Fregat booster – burned up in the atmosphere or fell in the northern Atlantic and reports suggest the botched launch came about because scientists forgot to programme the rocket so it knew it had blasted off from…

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