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Centinaia gli operai presenti al momento del crollo del tunnel di Hanford , a cui in seguito è stato raccomandato di " non bere né mangiare ". Altri operai, invece, stanno provvedendo alla " ventilazione nella struttura ". Il Dipartimento dell'energia americana ha detto che ha attivato il suo protocollo di emergenza . Da una prima ricostruzione sembra che il crollo sia avvenuto in prossimità del congiungimento delle due gallerie, poco più di due metri sottoterra.
  • Trump's Muslim comments could haunt him in travel ban appeal

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    Jeffrey Wall, Mr Trump's acting solicitor-general, was unflappable in running down every question 13 Fourth Circuit judges threw his way in its hearing on May 8th. "That's why it's not a Muslim ban". "He's never repudiated what he said about the Muslim ban", Judge King said of the president. "He changed it from religion to nationality ...
  • Trump delaying decision on Paris climate deal

    Trump delaying decision on Paris climate deal

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    Mr Trump, who has described climate change as a "hoax" perpetrated by China, has yet to announce whether he intends keeping a campaign promise to withdraw Washington from the Paris Agreement. Supporters of the Paris agreement range from the new president of France, Emmanuel Macron , to former USA president Barack Obama , and even members of Trump's own cabinet and family, reportedly including Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner .
  • Judge agrees to toss Hernandez murder conviction

    Judge agrees to toss Hernandez murder conviction

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    Judge Susan Garsh, a justice of the Superior Court in Bristol County, in her ruling cited longstanding precedent when it came to vacating the convictions of defendants who have pending appeals. It has not been determined if his heirs would be entitled to the proceeds from the pension as he is the first National Football League vested player to die in prison while his murder conviction was under appeal.
  • New technology can turn any surface into touchpads

    New technology can turn any surface into touchpads

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    The researchers used a prototype of an interactive smartphone case to explore other potential uses, such as opening applications or creating a game controller. The responsiveness of touchscreens makes them exceptionally useful-whether it's at airport check-ins or for fast food restaurant orders-but most can only be found on flat surfaces made of glass.
  • Liberal Moon Jae-in wins South Korean presidential election

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    In the South Korean election system the candidate who gains the most votes is declared the victor, even if that total is less than a majority of the electorate. In Seoul's prosperous Seocho district, 72-year-old doctor Chung Tae-Wan backed Moon's conservative opponent Hong, telling AFP he did so because " security is the most important thing".
  • Ryan says House health bill coverage sufficient

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    Republicans are celebrating the passage of a new healthcare bill through the House, but their fight to repeal and replace Obamacare is far from over. "I've already made clear that I don't support the House Bill as now constructed because I continue to have concerns that this Bill does not do enough to protect Ohio's Medicaid expansion population", said Republican Senator Rob Portman.
  • MA: Gas Prices Down 3 Cents Per Gallon

    MA: Gas Prices Down 3 Cents Per Gallon

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    The national average price of gas per gallon is $2.35, which is four cents less than one week ago. Prices for a gallon of regular in the Bay State averaged $2.364 a day ago and $2.376 a week ago. Abu Dhabi Investment Authority's head of research, Christof Ruehl, told the news agency: "If OPEC and the coalition don't extend the agreement to continue cuts, that price floor will go".
  • Liberal Moon Jae-in wins S. Korean presidential election

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    Lee. Park has denied wrongdoing. Park had decided not to vote, despite having the right to do so because she has not been convicted, media reported . How he handles North Korea will also be scrutinised. It conducted a fifth test in September and is believed to be preparing for another. Potentially contentious issues facing the two countries will mainly be about how to deal with North Korea; how to share the cost of joint defense against North Korea, including the deployment of the U.S.