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  • Celebrity
    Complex

    Cardi B Says She Would Collaborate With Lizzo but Asks Fans to Stop Pressuring Her for Music

    Cardi B shared a series of tweets praising Lizzo's looks. When fans raved over a meet-up, she mulled the idea of working with the "Good As Hell" artist.

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    HuffPost

    Kimberly Guilfoyle's Wild CPAC Prediction About Trump Puzzles Pretty Much Everyone

    Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend set Twitter alight with her declaration at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

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  • World
    The Telegraph

    'When the internet goes down the night raids start': Inside the deadly phenomenon of web shutdowns

    Late in a December evening Masrat Jan, a 40 year old mother of four from the village of Sangria Barzol in Indian-administered Kashmir, developed sudden chest pain and begged her husband to get her to hospital. Her family rushed her to the nearest hospital. But because it had no cardiac specialists, she was referred to another facility more than another hour’s drive away. She died there five minutes after arrival - a collateral victim, doctors explained, of a draconian security environment. “The Doctors told us if there was an Internet, they could have contacted the cardiologists in Srinagar and stabilized her,” her father, Gul Mohammad Shah, told the Telegraph. “She would have survived had there been an internet service available.” India’s government shutdown internet, mobile phone and landline services in Kashmir before stripping the region of its partial autonomy on August 5, 2019, saying it wanted to stave off civilian protests.

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  • World
    Reuters

    China says underpricing rare earths will lead to race to bottom

    China's rare earths are underpriced due to vicious competition and face low resource utilisation, which would lead to a race to the bottom, the country's industry minister said on Monday. "Our rare earths did not sell at the 'rare' price but sold at the 'earth' price... because of competitive bidding, which wasted the precious resource," Xiao Yaqing from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) said during a news briefing. Threats from China, the world's top producer of rare earths - a group of 17 minerals used in military equipment, consumer electronics and electric vehicles - to curb exports of the materials to the U.S. has left Washington scrambling for alternative supplies.

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    Reuters Videos

    Low tide leaves Venice canals almost empty

    Traditional gondolas and boats could be seen almost beached in the canals as water levels reached a peak of -48 cm, creating an unusual landscape in the lagoon city.Venice, beloved around the world for its canals, historic architecture and art, has always lived in a fragile balance between low and high tides, that usually create variations of around 50 cm in sea levels.Flooding is a constant enemy of the art city built on a collection of small islands within a saltwater lagoon off the north-eastern coast of Italy, with every new incursion damaging its medieval and Renaissance palaces.

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