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· Medieval Coffin Damaged As Museum Visitors Ignore Barrier For A Photo
Posted on Tuesday August 22, 2017
Museum visitors damaged an ancient coffin when they reached over a barrier to place a child inside for a photo. The BBC reported that while putting the child inside, the group knocked over the 800-year-old stone coffin from its stand, sending a crack straight through it. Although the incident was caught on surveillance footage on Aug. 4, the people responsible did not report what had happened.

· PHOTOS: Rare White Koala Joey Born At Australia Zoo
Posted on Tuesday August 22, 2017
Australia Zoo has a new resident: a rare white baby koala. The joey has caused excitement in Oz because she is lighter-colored than her siblings. The new koala, who has yet to be named, was born to parents Tia and Slater in January “and is now venturing out into the world from the safety of her mum’s pouch,” Australia’s tourism website reported. Out of 12 joeys born at the zoo this season, this koala is the only white one.

· Trump Reveals Afghanistan Plan: What You Need To Know
Posted on Tuesday August 22, 2017
Following months of deliberation, President Donald Trump finally revealed his much-awaited Afghanistan plan Monday during his address at Fort Myer, Virginia. However, he took an about turn on his previous statements about the exit of the United States from the Middle Eastern country.

· Prawn Allergy Can Be Lethal: Singaporean Woman Dies After Eating Laksa
Posted on Tuesday August 22, 2017
The unpredictable nature of shellfish allergies was brought to the fore in an incident in Singapore, Malaysia, where a 60-year-old woman died due to an allergic reaction after eating prawns. According to reports, Khoo Siew Hong ignored the fact that she was allergic to prawns and went ahead and feasted on a couple from a dish of laksa (spicy noodle soup) on March 8. The allergic reactions started a few hours later, and she was rushed to hospital where she died some time later.

· Where Is Flight MH370? Missing Plane's Location Reduced To 3 ‘Hot Spots’
Posted on Tuesday August 22, 2017
Days after a refined area in the southern Indian Ocean was pointed out as the possible location where the missing Malaysia Airline flight MH370 may be resting, it remains unclear whether a new search operation will be launched to find the plane. The revised area is concentrated in just three “hot spots,” David Griffin, an Australian scientist, told the Daily Beast.

· Killer Robots Could Change Warfare More Than Gunpowder, Nuclear Arms, Experts Warn
Posted on Tuesday August 22, 2017
The world's leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics experts, including Tesla's Elon Musk and Google's Mustafa Suleyman, have urged the United Nations to take action to prevent the development of killer robots before it is too late.  The letter signed by 116 experts from 26 countries opens with the words, "As companies building the technologies in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics that may be repurposed to develop autonomous weapons, we feel especially responsible in raising this alarm."

· Who Is Kim Wall? Woman's Headless Body Found In Peter Madsen's Case
Posted on Tuesday August 22, 2017
A headless torso of a woman was found on the shores of Copenhagen, Denmark, Monday, even as authorities were searching for the body of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who was last seen on Danish inventor Peter Madsen's submarine on Aug. 10. The body, also missing legs and arms, was discovered near Koge Bay, south of Copenhagen, where the inventor said he had dumped Wall's body after she accidentally died on his submarine. Madsen was charged with the manslaughter of Wall.

· Mom Crushed By Hospital Elevator After Giving Birth In Spain
Posted on Monday August 21, 2017
A mom who had just given birth to her third child was killed in a hospital elevator in Spain. An elevator reportedly crushed the woman between floors as she was being wheeled out. Rocío Cortés Nunez, 26, had just undergone a Caesarian section Sunday in Seville's Our Lady of Valme hospital when the incident occurred, The Local Es reported Monday.

· WATCH: 16-Foot Great White Shark Circles Fisherman’s Boat
Posted on Monday August 21, 2017
An Australian man hoping for some good fishing got more than he bargained for Friday when he encountered a massive great white shark circling his boat. James Miller was fishing with his friend Sam Shellabear near Garden Island in Western Australia when the 16-foot great white approached.

· Who Is Peter Madsen? Inventor Says Missing Journalist Dead, Buried At Sea
Posted on Monday August 21, 2017
Peter Madsen is a Danish inventor who is currently being held on charges of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Swedish journalist Kim Wall. The journalist mysteriously disappeared after boarding Madsen’s homemade submarine while working on a story.

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