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Thursday, 20 February 2020
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US sees their fossil fuel resources as molecules of freedom

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​In the land of freedom and democracy, there's freedom even beneath the ground level, in ores and gases, in dirt and waste. The US Department of Energy official issued a Twitter statement that glorifies American gas as freedom spreading gas, designated to serve American allies throughout the world. This Catchupnews reporter got to smell this freedo...
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If you're feeling sleepy in afternoons, you may be chased by noon-day demon

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​A mid-afternoon dizziness and torpor, in Greek acedia, was described as a lethargic state in old manuscripts, and connected to the sinful prevalence of body over soul. Some medieval scholars even claimed that it was all done by a wicked demon – a noon-day demon who despises life force and action. If you see it, Catchupnewsers, no other thing to do...
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Harry and Meghan: Becoming Royal movie

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Many things have been said about the royal wedding, and now there's even a movie to complete our thirst about royal ups and downs. Lifetimes' Harry and Meghan: Becoming Royal is also significant for another interesting fact – the frequency of the name Harry being used in movie titles. Here are some suggestions by Catchupnews, but feel free to add y...
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Apps collect your date while you're sleeping

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​The Washington Post team reveals that apps on our phones keep sending data to third parties when not in use. That means your emails, clicks, contacts, pics, IP address, and other things, are in danger while you're sleeping, almost like in Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. Not to worry, Catchupnews kids, just follow the counting song – Nine, ten, ...
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Shopping at Harrods could give you away

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​The first dirty money investigation conducted in Britain now got even further into habits of the suspect Zamira Hajiyeva. According to the receipts from Harrods, Hajiyeva had an expensive shopping pattern, and managed to spend an incredible sum of £16,309,077.87 between 2006 and 2016. She even picked her fruits and veggies at Harrods, but what the...
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Somaliland safer than Islington

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​Two in five Somali families living in London are now sending their children back to their homeland because of the knife crime epidemic spreading throughout London town, Catchupnews was informed. Who would have known that even war, famine and terrorism stricken East Africa is now a safer place for teenagers than London districts.

Chernobyl wildlife thriving after human inhabitants left

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​The horrible nuclear disaster hit Chernobyl in 1986, and most of the inhabitants left the place when the area became exposed to the high level of radiation. But radiation seemed to be less dangerous for wildlife than humans. A great abundance of huge mammals and carnivores has been detected living freely in the region with no obstructions whatsoev...
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Underwater volcano responsible for weird noise

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​Geologists discovered a giant underwater volcano in the Indian ocean, and they now claim it is responsible for the strange seismic hum heard all around the globe. So, no, dear Catchupnews readers, you're not suffering from tinnitus, nor it's not Madonna's humble vocals echoing from the Eurovision contest, it's just some ordinary thing brought ...
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Tesla vehicle robo-taxi

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Elon Musk just announced his newest idea - where else than on Twitter, about slowly converting an average Tesla family vehicle into a robo-taxi. Tesla car should transform itself, when not in use by family members, to an autonomous driving taxi vehicle, and spice up the family budget. And if you don't like the customer your car is about to take in,...
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Unmarried women are happier, scientists claim

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​The American Time Use Survey (ATUS) conducted a research about happiness and misery in married and unmarried people, and got some interesting results. Catchupnews suggest to take the results seriously into consideration, for they claim that unmarried women live longer, stay happier and healthier, unlike men, who apparently enjoy more benefits of m...
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