A Year Has Passed Since the Grenfell Tower Fire. It Could Happen Again Anytime.

  1. A Year Has Passed Since the Grenfell Tower Fire. It Could Happen Again Anytime.  New York Magazine
  2. Lewisham flat fire tackled by nearly 60 firefighters  BBC News
  3. One year on: 16 photos that depict horror of Grenfell Tower tragedy which left 72 people dead  Independent.ie
  4. I was a firefighter at Grenfell Tower. Here’s the truth behind the myths  The Independent
  5. Grenfell: ‘Don’t dig dagger deeper by not taking responsibility’  Aljazeera.com
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Global warming has melted over 3 trillion tons of ice in Antarctica since 1992, and it's only getting worse

That’s equivalent to over 4 quintrillion gallons of water added to the world’s oceans, making Antarctica melting ice sheets one of the largest contributors to rising sea levels. That amount of water is enough to fill over a billion swimming pools and cover Texas to a depth of nearly 13 feet.

     

 

 


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Epic Reveals 'Fortnite' Has Ballooned To 125 Million Players Since Launch

  1. Epic Reveals ‘Fortnite’ Has Ballooned To 125 Million Players Since Launch  Forbes
  2. Fortnite fans are furious at Sony for ruining their handheld dreams  The Verge
  3. Why didn’t anyone warn us not to play Fortnite on PS4?  Polygon
  4. Fortnite on Switch, Elder Scrolls VI and Cyberpunk 2077: E3 2018’s biggest moments  ABC News
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Asia Argento Steps Out in Rome For the First Time Since Boyfriend Anthony Bourdain's Death

  1. Asia Argento Steps Out in Rome For the First Time Since Boyfriend Anthony Bourdain’s Death  PEOPLE.com
  2. Val Kilmer calls out Anthony Bourdain for ‘selfish’ suicide  The Mercury News
  3. Anthony Bourdain’s ex-wife says daughter ‘strong and brave’ following father’s death  ABC News
  4. CNN anchors reflect on the life of Anthony Bourdain  CNNMoney
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920,000 displaced in Syria in 2018, highest since conflict began: UN

920,000 displaced in Syria in 2018, highest since conflict began: UNMore than 920,000 people were displaced inside Syria during the first four months of 2018, the highest level in the seven-year conflict, the United Nations said Monday. “We are seeing a massive displacement inside Syria… From January to April, there were over 920,000 newly displaced people,” Panos Moumtzis, the UN regional humanitarian coordinator for Syria, told reporters in Geneva. Moumtzis said most of the newly displaced had been forced on the move by escalations in fighting in the former rebel bastion of Eastern Ghouta and within the northwestern province of Idlib, which is almost entirely controlled by various jihadist and hardline rebels.


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