• OIC summit on science and technology opens in Astana
OIC summit on science and technology opens in Astana

We must develop an innovative cluster, which is the basis of economic sustainable development. The summit asked member-states to make universities and other institutions of higher learning, particularly scientific research institutions, as centres of excellence.

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  • Distinctive photos on Flickr | Flickr
Distinctive photos on Flickr | Flickr

Therefore, unfortunately, it can only be grown outdoors, year round in USDA zones 9-11. In other zones, the potted plants may be moved outdoors after the danger of frost has passed but should be brought back indoors in September. After all flowers fade, cut them off at the top of the stalk. When the stalk begins to sag, carefully cut it off just ab...

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  • US Navy SEALs training South Korean 'assassination' squad to take out Kim
US Navy SEALs training South Korean 'assassination' squad to take out Kim

Rodman described Kim Jong Un as "Always laughing, always smiling". The US is against North Korea's nuclear weapons but Pyongyang says it will not give up on its nuclear deterrence unless Washington ends its hostile policy toward the country and dissolves the US-led United Nations command in South Korea.

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  • S. Korea's peace proposal toward Pyongyang intact despite NK nuke test
S. Korea's peace proposal toward Pyongyang intact despite NK nuke test

War is never something the United States wants". "One is a military attack with devastating consequences and no guarantee of success, and the other is acceptance of where they are and where they're going with containment and deterrence".

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  • China finds no radiation issues after North Korea bomb test
China finds no radiation issues after North Korea bomb test

Among other concessions the new text also softens proposed restrictions on North Koreans working overseas, and on the inspection by force of ships suspected of carrying cargo prohibited by the UN. Whether those provisions would remain in any resolution put to a vote Monday remained to be seen. Still, North Korea denounced efforts by Washington to...

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  • Chest photos on Flickr | Flickr
Chest photos on Flickr | Flickr

There he recognized that the old wound was still open ... and in what way. When their bodies approached to give a kiss, she noticed through his blouse his muscular chest and that smell ... And with sincere eyes ("My God, do not deceive me ... not this time"), he confessed that he had always known what she treasured within him. That he did not decei...

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  • SA residents finally coming home after Hurricane Irma strikes during Caribbean vacation
SA residents finally coming home after Hurricane Irma strikes during Caribbean vacation

Writing about his own island, he said: 'As you can see from the photos, much of the buildings and vegetation on Necker has been destroyed or badly damaged. The billionaire also called on the UK Government to play its part, demanding a "disaster recovery Marshall Plan" for the British Virgin Islands and other Caribbean islands.

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  • RUSCO: Ruscus aculeatus | Plants rioMoros
RUSCO: Ruscus aculeatus | Plants rioMoros

It has quite branched, with stems erect and lignified. It has cladodes (stems that look like leaves) that make leaves . They are lanceolate, coriaceous, acuminate with the point in spine and parallel nerves. In gardening is used as isolated shrubs or in groups, for its evergreen leaf and its red berries. It is rustic although it needs ...

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  • Fleas: different species, reproduction and control cycle
Fleas: different species, reproduction and control cycle

Reproduction: The eggs do not remain in the host. They hatch on the ground, in nests, carpets, drapes, upholstery or crevices in the floors. Most hatch after seven or 14 days. Contact your veterinarian to discuss the most effective and safe methods to relieve your pet discomfort. The next step is to contact a professional in pest control.

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  • Warm oasis in Antarctic caves may host new species
Warm oasis in Antarctic caves may host new species

Unidentified DNA samples of animals and plants living beneath the Antarctic ice might uncover similar mysteries under other volcanos. Forensic analyses of soil samples from these caves, carried out by an worldwide team including Kiwis, have turned up intriguing traces of DNA from algae, mosses and small animals.

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  • Hurricane Irma is a Man-made Disaster
Hurricane Irma is a Man-made Disaster

Of course, as far as the fatalities they have caused , which are now into the hundreds, they have not been as unsafe as the under-reported monsoons that devastated India, Nepal and Bangladesh a few weeks ago, with death tolls into the thousands.

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  • U.S. military strike would be 'a very sad day for North Korea'
U.S. military strike would be 'a very sad day for North Korea'

Ambassador Nikki Haley's "hysteric fit" after she denounced the regime's latest nuclear test. North Korea warned Monday that the United States will suffer the "greatest pain" if it pushes ahead with new tougher U.N. The US withdrew them in 1991. Rather than learn its lesson after North Korea had "perfected the super-powerful thermo-nuclear weapon...

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  • Space station captures Hurricanes Irma, Jose churning in the Atlantic
Space station captures Hurricanes Irma, Jose churning in the Atlantic

Irma beat Hurricane Ike for having the most hurricane days. . The power of hurricanes is measured by the scale of Saffir-Simpson scale, which goes from category 1, the weakest, to category 5 hurricanes especially destructive. But he adds, other scientists believe that there is a natural alternation of the cycles of active and quiet seasons of hur...

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  • Trump calls for a tax reform 'speed-up' in light of Hurricane Irma
Trump calls for a tax reform 'speed-up' in light of Hurricane Irma

He said: "You will not survive the storm surge.if you're in an evacuation zone, leave". Trump spoke briefly to reporters Friday before boarding Marine One to travel to Camp David for the weekend. To create prosperity at home we'll be discussing our plan for dramatic tax cuts and tax reform. The Cabinet meeting Saturday afternoon with be t...

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  • At least three dead after Hurricane Irma makes second landfall in Florida
At least three dead after Hurricane Irma makes second landfall in Florida

The Weather Channel's Mike Seidel shared footage of a twister near Fort Lauderdale. Worsening conditions spawned tornado warnings in the Keys and northeastern Broward County, and knocked power for 168,000 residents in South Florida. Irma made landfall at Cudjoe Key just after 9 a.m. Sunday. The mammoth cyclone is hurling 130 winds - but even mo...

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  • Rain warning in place for several counties
Rain warning in place for several counties

The warnings will remain in place until tomorrow morning and weather chiefs have said that accumulations of 30 to 50 mm are expected. Two yellow weather warnings are in place for parts of England and Wales, with the Met Office predicting strong gusts across the country.

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  • Stylish Twist on Classic Italian - The Art of Plating
Stylish Twist on Classic Italian - The Art of Plating

Raised in Puglia in South Italy, chef Antonio Guida has worked in various Michelin starred kitchens - most recently the Executive Chef of Il Pellicano, who earned two stars during his stay. © The Art Of Plating Risotto with seasonal vegetables, vegetable purée, semi-cooked maccagno cheese, and raspberry powder by chef Antonio Guida of Seta in M...

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  • Modi To Address Students Convention Today
Modi To Address Students Convention Today

Expressing similar views Opposition leader Narasingha Mishra said, "I completely agree with the State government as far as this issue is concerned". We should look at his ideas in today's concept. - Swami Vivekananda raised his voice against the social evils that has entered our society. "He (Swami Vivekanda) said that the solutions to world's prob...

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  • Putin: North Korea will 'eat grass' before giving up nukes
Putin: North Korea will 'eat grass' before giving up nukes

But Putin said that while Russian Federation condemned the rogue regime's latest actions, imposing any kind of sanctions would be "useless and ineffective" - adding that Kim would rather starve his people than be overthrown. Moon said after the talks: "It is more important than anything else to resolve the North's nuclear and missile issues, whic...

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  • Lies about DACA by Trump Administration
Lies about DACA by Trump Administration

But the government's plan to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA ) programme has many of its recipients looking for the compassion he once promised . Two Democrats are vying to face Bacon in November 2018: Kara Eastman and former Rep. Brad Ashford. "We need it to go through Congress, which is what DACA did not", McCain said...

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