Holocaust survivor unwittingly sold his home to ‘Nazi behind massacre of 6,000 Jews’ living under false identity in USA

The son of a pair of Holocaust survivors says his parents would have been “horrified” to learn they had sold their house to a former Nazi hiding in the US.

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Nasa: ‘Hazardous’ asteroid bigger than St Paul’s Cathedral headed for Earth

If ESA’s predictions are correct, it could mean there are actually 430,000 asteroids out there and we’ve no idea where most of them are or whether they are on a

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Putin’s 28-ton armoured truck to quell civil unrest and protests

The giant will only be made to order for Vladimir Putin’s law enforcement services so it does not get into the hands of criminals Source: Russia news: Putin’s 28-ton armoured

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Powerful 7.3-Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Venezuela

A powerful earthquake shook Venezuela’s northeastern coast on Tuesday, spooking residents in the capital who evacuated buildings and briefly interrupting a pro-government rally in favor of a series of controversial

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Tanker with 17 Crew Goes Missing off West Africa

On Monday, the Georgian government reported that the product tanker Pantelena has dropped out of contact and gone missing during a voyage in the Gulf of Guinea. 17 of her crewmembers are Georgian

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After an earthquake, drones to the rescue?

Davide Scaramuzza develops autonomous drones that rely on their own cameras and sensors to navigate dangerous and unpredictable search-and-rescue situations. Source: After an earthquake, drones to the rescue? – SWI

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Japan volcano eruption: Japan prepares to evacuate island as eruption warning level rises

Source: Japan volcano eruption: Japan prepares to evacuate island as eruption warning level rises | World | News | Express.co.uk

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VIDEO | Worst drought in decades grips two-thirds of Afghanistan

Source: Worst drought in decades grips two-thirds of Afghanistan | Afghanistan News | Al Jazeera

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North Korea warns of natural disaster as heatwave sears crops

People have collapsed in the street due to the heat, the report said, and farmers are struggling to follow government orders to water fields by hand because of water shortages

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Laos dam collapse: 6000 relying on relief supplies

Government and aid agencies are focussing on trying to build more permanent shelters for the evacuees but Ms van Baaren said, according to some estimates, they could be in temporary

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