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Amazon Music Unlimited Rolls Out Across Germany, Austria, and the UK

Prime members pay £7.99 per month or £79 per year; while non-Prime members pay £9.99 per month. Amazon also has a special package for Echo owners who want to access music that sells for £3.99 monthly. And if you are a Spotify user, for example, and have found it sometimes hard to navigate Spotify with Alexa and the Echo, Amazon adds in significantly more voice features.

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IPhone 8 will be pretty interesting, according to the rumours

The rumors have come from Barclays Research analysts citing sources from within Apple's supply chain in Asia. The most interesting information pertains to a new 10.9-inch iPad Pro that will supposedly feature a bezel-less display and will allow the slate to be the same size as the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, which has bezels and a physical Home button.

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Hillary Clinton addresses email controversy, questions Donald Trump's judgment during Kent rally

Clinton's campaign was wrongfooted by the revelation that the Federal Bureau of Investigation would seek to review newly discovered emails belonging to Huma Abedin , one of her closest aides, on devices she shared with her estranged husband, former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner .

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Google supercharges Play Music with machine learning for smarter recommendations

Google has just announced the biggest overhaul of its Play Music streaming service in years. The new, renovated Google Play Music service is rolling out globally over the course of this week. On the face of it, Play Music has moved beyond the card-centric design of old, and now shows an interface built around album art, bright colors and vector graphics.

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Kim Kardashian Talks Gun Control in Upcoming KUWTK Episode

She struggled to conceive her second child, Saint , with hubby Kanye due to multiple surgeries following the first pregnancy. But obviously, getting pregnant herself isn't the only way she can have another baby, and using a surrogate is definitely an option for her.

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Trump border 'wall' to be a fence

What follows is a transcript from an exerpt of an interview President-elect Donald Trump gave to Lesley Stahl, of 60 Minutes . "That's only because they don't know me", Trump said. When asked about his previous statements on hiring a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton, Trump also seemed to soften his stance. The president-elect appeared on CBS' "60 Minutes" to talk about promises made throughout the campaign season.

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Look Up - It's The Brightest Moon In 69 Years

Dimain said as the moon moves further away from the Earth, the tides will start to return back to a normal stage. The reason the distance varies is the moon's slightly elliptical orbit . If you miss this supermoon , you'll have to mark your calendars for November 25, in 2034, according to NASA . Moon spotters in Asia are perhaps the best placed to catch the moon at its absolute largest, with full moon occurring at 9:52 p.m.

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President-Elect Donald Trump Says He'll No Longer Go Bananas on Twitter

Although "there's nothing [to be] ashamed off" when it comes to using social media, Trump claimed he'll take a much more "restrained" approach on such platforms in the future. The engagement rates for Facebook dwarf those of other social media sites: 32 percent for Instagram; 31 percent for Pinterest; 29 percent for LinkedIn; and 24 percent for Twitter .

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Trump Taps Outspoken Climate Denier To Oversee EPA Transition Team

Trump once said in a tweet that he believes global warming is a hoax invented by the Chinese to make USA manufacturing less competitive. People might be wondering who is Myron Ebell - and they should know that Ebell might have a significant influence on Trump's stance about climate change.

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Major quake, aftershocks hit New Zealand

Some small towns on the South Island, including Kaikoura, were left isolated by damages caused by the first quake, reports the New Zealand Herald . "We have a very settled side for Tests and I think we are very well prepared this time for the different conditions even though our tour match was washed out completely", he added.

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Minister Naughten to travel to Morocco for climate change talks

If he follows through, that will threaten a collective pledge by rich nations in Paris to raise climate finance from both public and private sources from a combined $100bn a year promised for 2020. If one party decides to withdraw that it doesn't call the agreement into question. About 21 percent of the accord's expected reductions in heat-trapping gases through 2030 were to come from the United States, said Drew Jones, co-director of Climate Interactive, a group of researchers who model ...

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Turnbull tight-lipped on United States refugee deal

Officially, the Turnbull Government is dealing with one USA administration at a time and it is still in negotiation with a number of unnamed countries over similar one-off deals. "This argument that what happens if somebody becomes an American citizen and then 30 years later they want to come to Australia - well the Minister has a discretion".

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Biggest supermoon for 70 years to be seen from Northern Ireland

The moon rises behind Reunion Tower in downtown Dallas, Sunday evening, November 13, 2016. However, Sunday into Monday will mark the closest a full moon has been to the Earth since January 26, 1948. This is an optical illusion caused by the moon being close to the horizon, where it can be measured against familiar objects such as trees and houses.

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Meet the 11-year-old who made Children's Day Google Doodle

Earlier this year, Telang, from Vibgyor High School, Balewadi, won the "Doodle 4 Google" contest for her imaginative, thoughtful and inspiring doodle, titled "Enjoy Every Moment". I try to live in the present and not worry too much about anything. From the eighth edition of the Google's annual Doodle 4 Google (D4G) competition, twelve of the doodles made by kids across India were shortlisted.

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Tennis; Djokovic wins opening match at ATP finals, beats Thiem in 3

He is the only man to have won the year-end title four times in a row, and has lost just one match, in the round-robins last year to Roger Federer, in that four-year span: 19 matches, 18 wins. "It was unbelievable to play on this great stage, I'm exhausted and a little empty, but I can not wait to play the second match". Djokovic and Thiem were closely matched in the opening set, but the defending champion upped his game in the second and third sets and ran out a comfortable victor.

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Samsung Electronics to pay US$8 billion for auto parts firm

Samsung Electronics Co. announced that it will buy US -based automotive electronics company Harman International Industries Inc., an $8 billion acquisition deal that would be the biggest for a Korean corporate name over a foreign entity and help the electronics giant to set in the field of connected auto and automotive electronics.

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Trump election casts doubt on US-China climate cooperation

The agreement was skilfully drafted in such a way that it would not require the approval of the Congress of the United States of America. In the run-up to a Paris summit past year, the United Nations sometimes referred to climate finance as a "golden key" to unlock a global deal.

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Walmart Has Revealed The Gaming Deals For Black Friday 2016

Check out the full list here. This season's deals include special savings on a broad selection of electronics and appliances, and we've highlighted the bigger sales going on this year. Customers walk outside Wal-Mart Thanksgiving day on November 28, 2013 in Troy, Michigan. This is the third consecutive year how the retailer will begin the holiday shopping season.

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Cody Kessler says he's motivated by Thursday night benching

I'm wondering if this would get flexed to a later time? All I can say to our fans is: hang with us. "I am going to do what I think is best for our football team". "He is the quarterback and he will come back out here and get ready to fight against Pittsburgh". I actually don't think so. "I spoke with Cody after, and we always have each other's backs".

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Australia ratifies climate pact amid Trump fears

A cloud, however, hangs over the agreement with the election of Donald Trump. Trump vowed to put his emphasis on the US oil and gas sector and pull the country out of the Paris climate deal. In the same conference, Mariana Panuncio-Feldman, senior director of the World Wildlife Fund, recognizes the role of the Obama administration in the Paris agreement.

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Will we be able to see the Supermoon?

Regardless if it is a supermoon or not, November's full moon goes by many different names with the most popular being the Beaver Moon . At that time the moon was actually 29 miles closer than the moon with be on Monday . A supermoon can appear 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter in the night sky versus dawn. You will be able to view the supermoon on the night of Monday, November 14 .

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Ricciardo in trouble at Brazilian GP

After a 35-minute break the race resumed from lap 21 under a safety vehicle but the red flag came out again seven laps later because of the persistent rain, to boos and thumbs down by spectators in the stands. After falling out of the top 10 with just 12 laps left, the Dutchman then produced a series of stunning overtakes to finish in third. The Finn lost control and his Ferrari hit a wall on the outside and then came back across track and stopped facing the wrong way near the pit wall.

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John Kerry in Antarctica for climate change talks

McMurdo John Kerry, the USA secretary of state, visited the Antarctic hut of the polar explorer Ernest Shackleton yesterday as part of a trip to highlight the threat of climate change (James Hider writes). operations. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry , left, meets with New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, right, in Wellington , New Zealand, Sunday, Nov.

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At UN talks, Trump win sparks fears climate help will fizzle

This week, several countries presented an update on their national climate policies, proving once again that the nations of the world are taking climate change seriously and already taking steps to tackle greenhouse gas emissions. "The Trump Administration will make America energy independent (and) America will unleash an energy revolution that will transform us into a net energy exporter, leading to the creation of millions of new jobs".

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Trump election: Wall with Mexico 'to be part fence'

President-elect Donald Trump says he would accept a fence in some places along the US southern border where he had promised to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it. "I think I have to by law take $1, so I'll take $1 a year", he said, answering a question about the salary. It - you have - these cases have gone to the Supreme Court.

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2 dead following powerful quake in New Zealand

A 6.3 quake there in February 2011 killed 185 people and caused widespread damage . It was felt throughout most of the country. The Pakistani players and officials were shaken on Sunday when a 7.4 magnitude natural disaster struck Christchurch and its adjoining areas with manager Wasim Bari describing it as a terrifying experience.

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Immigrants demonstrate against Trump as protests continue

Two people were arrested during the peaceful Manhattan protests. About 300 people protested Trump's election as the next American president outside the U.S. Holding a "Keep Love Legal" sign, 25-year-old Los Angeles resident Alex Seedman called Trump a fascist. " Thank you for the unity ", the tweet said.

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Trump election 'will not derail our global climate treaty'

Some of the warming trends are attributed to a global economy that still relies heavily on fossil fuels. Trump vowed during his campaign to withdraw USA tax dollars from United Nations global warming programs created to help vulnerable countries shift to cleaner energy and adapt to rising seas and other impacts of climate change.

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Clinton has 90 percent chance of winning: Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation

Clinton has 46.8 percent of voter support compared to Trump's 44.3 percent. FBI Director James Comey sent shockwaves through the race by telling Congress on Sunday that investigators had worked "around the clock" to complete a review of newly discovered emails and found no reason to change their July finding that Clinton was not guilty of criminal wrongdoing in her use of a private email server while secretary of state.

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Global protesters demand climate justice at UN talk

The Assessment process allows countries to compare and query other countries on their climate change efforts and how each country will achieve their quantified economy-wide emissions reduction goals. Asked about the uncertainties raised by the U.S. presidential election, Mr. Mezouar said that the participants of the Marrakech Conference remained "confident" and that it was necessary "to stay the course" and "keep this extraordinary momentum".

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Clinton has a 90 per cent chance of winning

The National Jewish Democratic Council said the ad's use of anti-Semitic stereotypes was "shocking and dangerous" but Mr Trump's campaign said criticism of the ad was "completely false and uncalled for". We are winning Florida . "We're going to have a great victory tomorrow", Trump said. The country is polarised beyond belief over two most unpopular candidates ever to fight for the presidency.

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Supermoon to light up sky beginning Monday morning

Either night, you'll be able to see it pretty bright. At its closest point Monday, the moon will be about 221,524 miles from Earth - about 30,000 miles closer than is typical. Use your fingers to get the right light balance. The full moon rose above the eastern horizon shortly before 5 p.m., and briefly appeared to take on a copper tone as it rose higher in the sky.

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Dave Chappelle springs up ratings as host on epic post-election SNL

And I'm gonna give him a chance. "You guys aren't as full of surprises as you used to be". But, in case you haven't heard, Trump is now the president-elect, and the series will have to reckon with finding a suitable impressionist who can play him for the next four years.

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John Kerry becomes the most senior USA official to visit Antartica

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and members of his delegation hike towards the historic Shackleton hut near McMurdo Station, Antarctica on Friday, Nov. Kerry has made climate change an intensive focus of American diplomacy during his term, and had previously spent decades working on the issue as a US senator.

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Two deaths reported, tsunami warning after New Zealand earthquake

While there were no immediate reports of any major damage or injuries in Christchurch, the quake brought back memories of a magnitude-6.3 earthquake that struck the city in 2011, destroying much of the downtown area and killing 185 people in one of New Zealand's worst disasters.


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