ESCAPE ARTIST: A shellfish caught by a Japanese fisherman wasn’t quite what they expected.

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Environmental activists warn that if the Amazon reaches a point of no return, the rainforest could become a dry savannah, no longer habitable for much of its wildlife. If this happens, it could start emitting carbon -- the major driver of climate change.

#BREAKING: Trump trade war costing average household $580: CBO

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So Antifa starts threatening my local event, which takes place only a few miles from my house, then claims they are acting in self defense? I fucking live here Get the fuck out of my area and stop threatening us

US moves to abolish migrant custody limits so children can be detained indefinitely

BREAKING: @janisfrayer  in Hong Kong: "There is an intensity to this that I didn't see over the weekend ... Now, it seems to have returned to some of the tactics that we believed both sides were trying to get away from. "

A reminder that, in essence, owners are temporary custodians of our Football institutions. Some care deeply about their clubs and community and bring immeasurable joy. Others do not. This is what Bury FC means to its fans 😢

CLIMATE IN CRISIS: This summer has brought record-breaking heat and ice melt of Greenland’s ice sheet. NASA scientists estimate Greenland alone could cause 3-to-4 feet of sea level rise by 2100.

"Titanic is returning to nature" Parts of the wreck are now deteriorating rapidly [Tap to expand]

Government sources: Pakistan Army has deployed its Special Service Group (SSG) commandos along the Sir Creek area in Gujarat. The post where the SSG commandos have been deployed is known as the Iqbal-Bajwa. The SSG commandos may be used for anti-India activities in the region.

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A US MQ-9 drone was shot down over Yemen on Tuesday by a surface-to-air missile, a US official tells CNN.

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