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$26bn is the cost to pay for the T-Mobile and Sprint merge

T-Mobile, one of the telecoms giants in the US, and Sprint, its greatest rival, have officially announced they agreed on a $26bn deal to begin the merging process. The news comes after months of negotiations between the two companies. The third and fourth largest mobile carriers in America have recently decided to join forces in the attempt to create the “highest-capacity mobile network in US history,” as T ...

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Seoul’s solution to boost the birth rate

Birth and marriage rates are lower than ever in most East Asian countries. One university in Seoul decided to introduce a class that is supposed to encourage the young generation to get married and have children. Eun-Joo Lee is a professor at Dongguk University in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. One day, she asked her students to first draw a bottle, and then a bicycle. The thing is that was not an art c ...

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Meet the New Kim Jong Un – The Reasonable Global Leader

Kim Jong Un, the tyrant threatening to bomb Washington is now a memory of the past – meet the new Kim, the international statesman This Friday, the ruler of North Korea and the man widely predicted 7 years ago of not being capable to keep control of the most authoritarian state, will gently walk across the line that has divided the Korean Peninsula ever since 1953. This Friday will mark the beginning of int ...

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There’s a growing demand for Cannabis 101 courses in universities

Many industries today face the need for people with proper knowledge in a controversial domain – weed. For this reason, the number of universities that provide Cannabis 101 training and courses has increased lately. When it comes to cannabis, many people’s first thought is probably related to events with negative impact. But this is not the case of certain top universities throughout the US. In the past few ...

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Diamonds found in a meteorite suggest it came from another planet

Recent studies have revealed that a meteorite filled with diamonds may be a fragment of a “lost planet”. In 2008, a space rock bearing diamonds entered our atmosphere and crushed the earth surface somewhere in Sudan deserts. Some parts of it were recovered and after numerous studies, scientists have concluded that these space rocks may actually be fragments of another planet that orbited our Sun and that wa ...

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Disneyland’s Pixar Fest is the place to visit this summer

Disneyland Resort has recently opened the greatest celebration fest of all the characters from Pixar Animation Studios. The theme park can be visited until September 3, 2018. Probably one of the greatest news this spring is the announcement of the grand opening of Pixar Fest. The biggest theme park to celebrate the most beloved Pixar characters and lovable stories of one of the world’s renowned Animation St ...

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