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Thursday, 20 February 2020
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Michael Gove just became a new weather presenter for BBC

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The Environment Secretary Michael Gove, who's been ardently standing by Prime Minister's side in these hard Brexit days, abruptly ended his well-established political career today, and is now planning to fully commit to his new role in British public life by becoming a BBC Weather presenter. The news broke this morning, after his unannounced and un...
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Air pollution could turn us into zombies

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As the most recent scientific research points out, the level of bad air we inhale is directly related to the level of our intelligence test scores, weaker verbal skills, memory, behavioral issues, and apparently it raises susceptibility to mental disorders and criminal behavior. Scientist have been warning us for years on the effects pollution coul...
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Paris Fashion Week officials accusing Yellow Vests of diminishing the famous Parisian sense of fashion

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Paris, France, has been known for its illustrious sense of fashion, and the style that was transmitted from all that cool auteur French films directly into the streets of the city, with all of its minimalist-chic looking boys and girls. But the situation has drastically changed recently and culminated last week when Paris Fashion Week organizers pe...
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President Trump will be seriously regarding climate change from now on

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As the official sources from the White House claim, President Trump has finally reconsidered his former attitude towards climate change, and will be taking some serious measures in order to meet the challenges of pollution and global warming. The crucial step will be announced tomorrow, on a special conference that will take place in Yellowstone Na...
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