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🍁Canada to legalize marijuana 🍁

Canadian PM Trudeau will be releasing legislation for legalisation of weed in the country.

Just in time for 4/20.

The legal age will probably match that for alcohol, 18 or 19 depending on the province.

People are expected be allowed to have up to 30g in public.

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Los resumenes de esta noche ⚽

Turquía 🇹🇷 3⃣ - 1⃣ 🇲🇩 Moldova 📹 https://goo.gl/SDYfc9

Mauritania 🇲🇷 2⃣ - 1⃣ 🇨🇬 Congo 📹 https://goo.gl/z9sFJB

Costa del Marfil 🇨🇮 1⃣-1⃣ 🇸🇳 Senegal 📹 https://goo.gl/brs5am (abandonado)

Clique aquí para ver los disturbios: https://goo.gl/jh62ai

Nigeria🇳🇬 - 🇧🇫 Burkina Faso: Suspendido

Para seguir el fútbol EN VIVO y actualidad futbolística …

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Today's ⚽highlights⚽

Turkey 🇹🇷 3⃣ - 1⃣ 🇲🇩 Moldova 📹 https://goo.gl/SDYfc9

Mauritania 🇲🇷 2⃣ - 1⃣ 🇨🇬 Congo 📹 https://goo.gl/z9sFJB

Côte D'Ivoire 🇨🇮 1⃣-1⃣ 🇸🇳 Senegal 📹 https://goo.gl/brs5am (abandoned)

Click to watch the disturbance: https://goo.gl/jh62ai

Nigeria🇳🇬 - 🇧🇫 Burkina Faso: Postponed

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High school students hit by avalanche in Tochigi's Nasu

More than 100 troops were deployed in a major rescue mission after the avalanche hit ski slopes in Tochigi prefecture north of Tokyo on Monday.

A warning had been issued for heavy snow and possible avalanches from Sunday until Monday in the area, with the local weather agency forecasting snowfall …

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Dutch train crash near Harlingen leaves two dead

Two people have been killed in a collision between a train and a car near the Dutch town of Harlingen.

An adult and a child were killed when the car was hit on an unmanned level crossing and dragged for some distance along the track, reports said.

A car was …

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Hamas eases Gaza lockdown amid manhunt

Hamas authorities partially reopened the crossing between the Gaza Strip and Israel on Monday, after a one-day closure following the assassination of one of the group's top commanders.

"From Monday morning, travel through the Beit Hanoun [Erez] crossing will be permitted temporarily for some categories," a statement from Iyad al-Bozum …

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Oil nations look at extending supply cut

The move initially pushed up the oil price, but it has dropped in the last few weeks on fears the limits would not be enough to deal with an oil glut.

Opec countries and 11 other oil-producing nations, including Russia, agreed in December 2016 to slash production, the first time …

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World's biggest dinosaur footprint found in 'Australia's Jurassic Park'

The world's biggest dinosaur footprint has been discovered in northwestern Australia, measuring at nearly 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters), the lead author of a study said.

Twenty-one different dinosaur tracks were discovered across the Dampier Peninsula in the unprecedented" find, the University of Queensland said in a news …

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DR Congo unrest: Why are police in Kasai being decapitated?

Militia fighters in the Democratic Republic of Congo have decapitated about 40 police officers in an ambush in the central province of Kasai, local officials say.

At least 99 people, including 18 children, were killed between 1 January and 23 February this year, the UN body said after a visit …

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Tanzania rapper Nay wa Mitego arrested for criticising president

Tanzanian rapper Emmanuel Elibariki, known as Nay wa Mitego, has been arrested for releasing a song deemed insulting to the government.

He was reportedly held at a hotel in Morogoro, about 190km (120 miles) from Tanzania's commercial capital Dar es Salaam, to where he was being transferred.

Another line in …

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The Weeknd & Selena Gomez Take Romance To Brazil For Starboy Tour

The Weeknd and Selena Gomez are continuing their worldwide romance! The couple landed in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Saturday (March 25) after a trip to his hometown of Toronto. The Weeknd is currently in the midst of his Starboy World Tour and has three dates in South America for Lollapalooza …

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Cancer cells cast a sweet spell on the immune system

Shrink yourself small enough to swoop over the surface of a human cell, and you might be reminded of Earth’s terrain. Fats, or lipids, stay close to the surface, like grasses and shrubs. Proteins stand above the shrubs, as mighty oaks or palm trees. But before you could distinguish …

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