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Facebook Vice President Guy Rosen explained on Twitter that the button was shown on posts regardless of their content but was "reverted" within 20 minutes. A friend gave me permission to share her post-to show how the UI propagates and point out the absurdity of every Tuesday-morning post getting the tag.
  • Free beer returning to Busch Gardens this summer

    Free beer returning to Busch Gardens this summer

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    The beverages will be available in the park's Garden Gate Cafe, formerly known as Hospitality House. The promotion will kick off with Corona, "just in time to celebrate Cinco de Mayo", said an announcement. Free beer is returning to a popular Florida theme park after almost a decade, but, only for a limited time. And the park also is adding Busch Gardens Brew Club, a program that includes a reserved stein and $5 refills from 20 on-tap choices throughout the year.
  • UP Board Results 2018: all students in 150 schools failed

    UP Board Results 2018: all students in 150 schools failed

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    Students who are willing to apply for rechecking of their answer sheets can log on to the official website and fill in the forms till 11th May. On the landing page, click on the exam results notification. Numerous apps will be shown. Earlier, the results was supposed to be declared on April 30, but they were postponed till today. Director of the education board Awadh Naresh Sharma said, "The exams have been conducted in a transparent manner and with complete honesty under the watch of CCTV ...
  • Confirmed: Sevilla sack Montella, appoint interim manager

    Confirmed: Sevilla sack Montella, appoint interim manager

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    It was a second sacking of the season for Montella after he was also shown the door by AC Milan in Serie A in November. Sevilla recently was eliminated by Bayern Munich in the quarterfinals of the Champions League and lost to Barcelona 5-0 in the Copa del Rey final.
  • Mosque blasts kill at least 27 in northeast Nigeria

    Mosque blasts kill at least 27 in northeast Nigeria

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    Suspicion immediately fell on Boko Haram, the group that has left at least 20,000 dead since 2009. Tuesday's bombings follow a similar attack last Thursday which killed four people in Maiduguri in the neighboring Borno state. "The second one happened at a market where second-hand items are sold". Mubi has been repeatedly targeted in attacks blamed on Boko Haram since it was briefly overrun by the militants in late 2014.
  • 1 killed in 29 vehicle pileup caused by Nebraska dust storm

    1 killed in 29 vehicle pileup caused by Nebraska dust storm

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    As high winds kicked up dust and created almost zero-visibility conditions, 29 vehicles were involved in a chain reaction collision. Others injured were taken to hospitals in Aurora and York. The Nebraska State Patrol extracted many from their vehicles following the crash. The patrol says the crash closed a 2-mile (3-kilometer) stretch of the interstate for almost three hours.
  • NLA writes to Sajid Javid to press him on Right to Rent

    NLA writes to Sajid Javid to press him on Right to Rent

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    As Sajid Javid faces the customary warnings from police over cuts their budgets in his role as Home Secretary, he may find himself facing a familiar adversary - his younger brother. Sajid Javid has been named home secretary following Amber Rudd's resignation on Sunday (29 April). "The lack of ministerial continuity should worry the entire sector, so we hope that James Brokenshire can buck the trend of past ministers and provide stability to the government's housing approach and see through ...
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians Live Cricket Score T20 Match Today

    Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians Live Cricket Score T20 Match Today

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    Unlike the previous IPL events, there has been a few teams who have performed quite badly. The side has scored handsomely but they have been awful when it comes to defending even big totals. Moreover, the Pandya brothers - Hardik and Krunal - who are doing good with the ball, would also like to replicate that with their bats, after scoring just 61 and 113 runs respectively in their seven games.
  • May 1 - International Labor Day

    May 1 - International Labor Day

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    The World Labour Day also known as May Day will be observed around the world, including Pakistan , on Tuesday (tomorrow). On the worldwide day for solidarity of the working class: "we redouble the resolve to oppose all anti-labour legislations being proposed by this Modi govt".
  • J&K Council of Ministers: Assembly Speaker, Kavinder Gupta, among eight entrants

    J&K Council of Ministers: Assembly Speaker, Kavinder Gupta, among eight entrants

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    Other new Bharatiya Janata Party faces sworn in as ministers included state party president Satpal Sharma (MLA Jammu West), Kathua's Rajeev Jasrotia and MLA Samba, Devinder Kumar Manyal. Kathua MLA Rajiv Jasrotia would also be rewarded with a minister's post in the state government, PTI quoted officials as saying. The comment was received with shock and disbelief after a revamp that was linked widely to the outrage over the BJP's former ministers participating in a rally in support of ...
  • Sen. McCain in book excerpt: 'This is my last term'

    Sen. McCain in book excerpt: 'This is my last term'

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    Domenech, founder and publisher of The Federalist, also lashed out in the tweet, apparently at critics of the senator, who was diagnosed with brain cancer last July. In response to the quote, McCain said: 'And I do, too. But I don't have a complaint. I've known great passions, seen awesome wonders, fought in a war, and helped make a peace.
  • Internet, Hayden, paan shops…Biplab Deb nails it, literally!

    Internet, Hayden, paan shops…Biplab Deb nails it, literally!

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    However, it gets rotten by 9 am due to repeated digging of nails by customers. As per media reports, a video surfaced on social media, in which Biplab Deb can be heard using an agriculture analogy to put his point across. Earlier last week, Biplab Kumar Deb's comment that global beauty contests are a farce and questioning the crowning of Diana Hayden as "Miss World" in 1997 drew criticism from various quarters, including beauty pageant contestants, social workers and his political ...
  • North Korean defectors say unification requires closing a cultural chasm

    North Korean defectors say unification requires closing a cultural chasm

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    During their summit at a border truce village, Moon and Kim promised to work toward the "complete denuclearization" of the Korean Peninsula, but made no references to verification or timetables. Francis told faithful in St. Peter's Square on Sunday that he is accompanying "with prayer the positive result" of Friday's summit and praised the leaders' aim to "achieve a path of honest dialogue for a Korean Peninsula free of nuclear arms".
  • Fire-ravaged tower collapses in Brazil, people trapped inside

    Fire-ravaged tower collapses in Brazil, people trapped inside

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    A receptionist at a nearby hotel said: 'When I went to see what it was, the streets, which were deserted, were filled with people desperately trying to get away. A fire broke out at an abandoned building in downtown Sao Paulo on Tuesday. It is not known how many people may have been in the building at the time of the raging inferno, but authorities have warned that the number of casualties is likely to be high.
  • Iran nuclear pact

    Iran nuclear pact "not an acceptable situation"

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    Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, called Netanyahu's allegations lies “already dealt with” by the International Atomic Energy Agency . There had been fears that Iran would use the programme to create a nuclear weapon. Most of the purported evidence Netanyahu presented dated to the period before the 2015 accord was signed, although he said Iran had also kept important files on nuclear technology since then, and continued adding to its "nuclear weapons knowledge".