Namebio Domain Sales For Thusday, Feb. 15, 2018 | 2018-02-16

NameBio reports the top sale of the day for Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 was, which sold for $9,361 at Sedo. In all, NameBio recorded 195 sales for the day totaling $124,601 with the average sale price registering at $639. Compared to the previous day, the report said, there was an increase of...

Google kills 'view image' button from search results

Yahoo Daily News | 2018-02-16

San Francisco, Feb 16 (IANS) In a move to curb the lifting of copyrighted images from its platform, Google has removed the "view image" button from its image search results. "Today we're launching some changes on Google Images to help connect users and useful websites. "This will include...

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Bitcoin Eyes $12,000 in South Korea as Demand For Cryptocurrency Market Rises

Cryptocoin News | 2018-02-18

Bitcoin has built significant momentum over the past 24 hours, surpassing the $11,000 mark. The majority of alternative cryptocurrencies in the market have performed poorly against bitcoin, as the most dominant cryptocurrency in the market continued to lead a strong rally. Against the US dollar,...

Shiny future for Burkina Faso’s gold-mining industry

Business Day | 2018-02-17

Ouagadougou — Burkina Faso expects to produce a record 55 tonnes of gold in 2018, a two-thirds increase on five years ago, as new projects in the landlocked West African country come on tap, the mining minister said in an interview. Speaking in his office in the capital Ouagadougou late on Thursday,...

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Ovarian Cancer Risk Factors May Include Your Father's Genes

Newsweek | 2018-02-16

Fathers may be partially responsible for passing on to their daughters genetic risk factors for ovarian cancer, a new study published Thursday in PLoS Genetics has shown. By looking at the patterns of cancer within families, researchers found that women had a higher risk of ovarian cancer if their...

Shorter children may have a higher stroke risk as adults, says study

Deccan Chronicle | 2018-02-16

Children who are just a few inches shorter than their peers are more likely to suffer a stroke in adulthood, a large Danish study suggests. Adult women who were unusually short girls at age 7 years were 11 percent more likely to have what’s known as an ischemic stroke, the most common kind,...

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Japan’s Financial Regulator To Conduct Inspections Of 15 Unregistered Crypto Exchanges | 2018-02-16

On-site inspections of 15 cryptocurrency exchanges currently awaiting registration in the aftermath of the recent Coincheck hack will be conducted by Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA), The Japan Times reported Friday. On Jan. 26, Japan-based crypto exchange Coincheck was hack with around $530...

Japan’s Cryptocurrency Industry Launching Self-Regulatory Body | 2018-02-16

A new self-regulatory entity merging Japan’s two primary cryptocurrency industry groups has been formed following the recent $530 million hack of Tokyo-based exchange Coincheck, Cryptocoinsnews reported. The unnamed new entity will launch April 1, Nikkei reports, one year after Japan’s revised...

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Lucas Moura’s class and commitment a plus for Spurs on day of frustration

The Observer | 2018-02-18

His goal, of course, is what will dominate the memory of Lucas Moura’s first start for Tottenham but the moment that perhaps summed up why this was such a promising debut had come a few minutes earlier. The ball had run away from the Brazilian as he drifted in from the left and the Rochdale...

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Canada's Trudeau begins India trip with Taj Mahal visit

This is Money | 2018-02-18

Trudeau, his wife and their children pose for a photograph during their visit to the Taj Mahal Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday toured the Taj...

US vows investigation into Syria attack involving Russians

Hindustan Times | 2018-02-18

US defense secretary Jim Mattis on Saturday vowed to investigate an attack involving Russian citizens on American-allied forces in Syria but stopped short of...

Brazil’s president puts army in charge of Rio de Janeiro

Taipei Times | 2018-02-17

Brazilian President Michel Temer on Friday handed the military full control of security in Rio de Janeiro in an increasingly desperate fight to tame runaway...

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Gulf News | 2018-02-17

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Ethiopia vows no military takeover amid latest emergency

The Associated Press | 2018-02-17

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) -- Ethiopia&aposs defense minister on Saturday ruled out a military takeover a day after the East African nation declared a new...

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Detroit news | 2018-02-17

Mexico City – A military helicopter carrying officials assessing damage from a powerful earthquake crashed Friday in southern Mexico, killing 13 people and...

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