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Chinese archeologists discover underwater treasure
21 March, 14:21
The items included a large amount of gold, silver and bronze coins and jewelry as well as iron weapons such as swords, knifes and spears, said Gao Dalun, director of Sichuan Provincial Cultural Relics and Archeology Research Institute.
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US scientists map star's death by black hole
21 March, 12:04
A star similar to the sun wandered too close to the huge black hole at the center of its galaxy. It circled around the black hole that was roughly 13 times the size of the sun, in what researchers called a “death spiral” until it was finally ripped apart by the extreme gravitational force of the black hole.
Peru confirms 75 people killed due to floods since December
21 March, 09:12
In a statement, COEN said that, while El Niño began weakly in December, it has grown in intensity since February, and has affected 627,048 people in 11 regions, including driving 100,169 people away from their homes.
UK to begin Brexit process on March 29
20 March, 15:23
The U.K.'s ambassador to the EU, Sir Tim Farrow, is reported to have notified the EU that it will receive a letter formally beginning the U.K.'s exit process from the 28-country bloc.
Over 50 injured in Cuba road accident
20 March, 09:51
The accident happened on Sunday morning when the driver of a passenger bus lost control of the vehicle and careened into several trees, as he traveled from Santiago de Cuba, the country's second largest city, to Nuevita, in the north of the island.
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At least 62 killed in Peru flooding
17 March, 11:38
Flooding has claimed at least 62 lives and left countless people homeless, with 750 towns in 13 regions declared to be in a state of emergency.
Japan launches Radar-5 reconnaissance satellite
17 March, 09:11
The rocket took off at 10:20 a.m. local time from the Tanegashima Space Center in southwestern Japan, some 24 hours later than the original schedule due to bad weather.
One injured in envelope explosion at IMF Paris office
16 March, 15:18
The person was wounded at hands and face after opening the envelope apparently containing explosive substance, said French media. The structure of the building was not damaged.
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Queen Elizabeth signs Brexit deal into law authorizing exit from EU
16 March, 14:51
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow announced Thursday that the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill has received Royal Assent from the queen, which was passed by the parliament on Monday.
4 die in huge avalanche in Austria
16 March, 09:11
The deceased were part of an eight-member Swiss tour group making their way to the summit of the Jochgrubenkogel in the Schmirntal region, when the avalanche occured.
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