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Giant fatberg appears on South Bank of Thames and it should shock you into being healthier

The giant fatberg statue installed by Thriva in London is a reminder of our post-Christmas bad health.

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Billion dollar US embassy opens in London

The new US embassy in London opened its doors to the public for the first time on Tuesday, a billion dollar glass monolith presiding over a former industrial site south of the city.

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Bitcoin prices tumble as South Korea upholds threat to ban cryptocurrency over regulation and tax

Prices of bitcoin and other digital currencies skidded as South Korea's top financial policymaker said that a crackdown on trading of cryptocurrencies was still possible.

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China claims it is still in control of Tiangong-1 space station and can decide where it will crash

China claims that the space station will crash in a deep-sea area in the South Pacific known as the "spacecraft cemetery".

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North and South Korea will send joint ice hockey team to Winter Olympics

North and South Korea plan to send joint ice hockey team to Winter Olympics in Seoul. North Korean delegation also includes an orchestra.

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We may get the first-ever image of a black hole this year

Using eight different telescopes from around the world, including one at the south pole, scientists are working on the first-ever image of a black hole.

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North and South Korea meet again to discuss Winter Olympics

North and South Korea are discussing fielding a joint ice hockey team in next month's Winter Olympics, a potential first for the two countries, which have never competed under one flag at the Games.

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North Korea talks: Baby steps in a big, complex picture

High-level officials from North and South Korea are meeting again Monday -- a follow-up to last week's diplomatic breakthrough.

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H&M closes all its stores in South Africa after protests

H&M stores were stormed after the company used an image of a black child to sell a sweatshirt that bared what some saw as a racially-charged slogan.

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Protesters trash H&M stores over 'racist' advert and 'too little too late" apology

Protesters targeted six branches of the store in Gauteng province, South Africa, throwing clothes and tearing down shelves.

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North Korean media talks up reunification with South

A North Korean state newspaper is celebrating the country's leader over the resumption of face-to-face talks with the South, saying Kim Jong Un's policy to improve relations were "brilliant" for "national reunification."

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More layoffs at Carrier plant Trump pledged to save

Then President-elect Trump struck deal to stop Carrier from moving Indianpolis plant to Mexico, but Thursday is last day of work for 215 workers whose jobs are still going south of the border.

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South Korea not to renegotiate sex slave agreement with Japan in sharp U-turn

South Korean foreign minister announces Seoul would allocate funds from its own money and would not seek renegotiation with Tokyo.

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South and North Korea to meet at DMZ for first time since 2015

After more than a year of mounting tensions on the Korean Peninsula, we might finally be seeing something different.

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Truce Village: Where the two Koreas face off

Panmunjom is a town in the heart of the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea. CNN takes a look at the outpost split straight down the middle.

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The ocean floor is sinking under the weight of melting glaciers

Scientists have found that while in the Arctic region the sinking was over 1mm a year, in the south Pacific it was 0.4mm a year.

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Donald Trump says he is ready to talk to Kim Jong-un, the 'little rocket man'

Donald Trump's remarks come as North Korea and South Korea are set to hold direct high-level talks.

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Deadlier than Mount Everest? Cape Town's Table Mountain claims more lives

In the past 100 years, 218 people have died while climbing South Africa's scenic mountain.

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Can this outfit bring North and South together?

On Tuesday, in a building along the border between North and South Korea, negotiators will sit down face to face for the first time in more than two years.

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Is Trump's North Korea plan working?

Kim Jong Un, to general surprise, announced in his New Year's Day speech that he was prepared to "melt the frozen north-south relations," to allow contacts with South Koreans and to discuss North Korean participation in the Winter Olympics to be held in F

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The hotline linking North and South Korea

CNN's Paula Hancock explains the complicated relationship between North and South Korea, from why the countries split to the telephone line that links them.

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3% of English people think London is in the North, YouGov survey finds

The research highlighted a widespread lack of agreement among the English as to the definitions of North and South.

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UK teen caught brandishing samurai sword while wearing ski mask in London is jailed

An 18-year-old man who was caught brandishing a large sword while wearing a ski mask in a residential area in South London has been jailed for more than three years.

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South Carolina electric customers to get $1,000 refund

Electric utility Dominion Energy is buying South Carolina's SCANA for nearly $8 billion. But investors aren't the only ones who will benefit. Dominion plans to pay customers in South Carolina a refund, thanks in part to tax reform.

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Dozens of eggs believed to be from 'one of the world's deadliest snakes' found in school sandpit

Wildlife rescuers scrambled after being called in to remove dozens of eggs discovered in a sandpit at a school in New South Wales.

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South Korea seeks Winter Olympics cooperation with North to ease military tension

Kim Jong-un said he's willing to send a delegation to the Olympics, though he also repeated nuclear threats against the United States.

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