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Malaysia Airlines MH17: Investigation into Cause of Crash Could Stretch to a Year; Black Box May Not Prove Missile as Cause

Mourning families and loved ones of the 298 lives that perished from the downed Malaysia Airlines MH17 may have to condition themselves to further bear the painful accident. Investigators looking into the aviation accident said the probe could stretch into a year.

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The Great Australian Sex Census Decodes Sex Technology Habits of Australians

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Michael Schumacher To Undergo Microchip Brain Implant, Will Soon Be Released from Clinic Care

Injured Formula One race car driver Michael Schumacher is said to be a recipient of a brain microchip implant that will speed up his recovery as doctors claimed he will be released from clinic care before the end of summer.

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Married Man in China Goes to Doctor for Stomach Pains, Finds Out He Is Actually a Woman

A man who has been married to his wife for 10 years has found out that he is a woman. The man surnamed Chen wasn’t expecting his change of gender when he visited a hospital in Yongkang, Zheijang Province in China to complain about stomach pains.

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NASA Celebrates 45 Years of Moon Landing

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The Belief That We Use Only 10% of Our Brains Is a Myth

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‘Russian’ WWE Stars Refer to MH17 Tragedy to Praise Putin for ‘Fooling’ United States

WWE is being criticised for using the MH17 tragedy as a part of one of its acts. Two WWE characters 'Alexander Rusev' and 'Lana' spoke about the Malaysian Airlines flight which had allegedly been shot down by pro-Russian rebels.

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HIV Cure: First Effective Cure to Have Long-Term Remission; 3 Factors to Check on Inactive Virus

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Senior Ukrainian separatist leader Aleksander Borodai (centre R) gestures as a rebel (L) places the black boxes of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 on a desk, during their handover to Colonel Mohamed Sakri (R) of the Malaysian National Security Council, in DFrom Economy

Malaysia Airlines MH17: Vital Black Boxes Finally Land in Hands of Malaysian Authorities, Rebels Announce Ceasefire (PHOTOS/VIDEOS)

The black boxes or flight recorders of downed Malaysia Airlines MH17, an essential electronic recording device placed in an aircraft that would greatly facilitate investigations in the event of an aviation accident or incident, are finally in the hands of Malaysian authorities.

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