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Train Route Between Italy And Slovenia To Open For Historical Direct Trip 

A new train route in Europe is opening up that will connect Milan, Italy to Ljubljana, Slovenia in what is believed to be the first connecting the two nations, in this way, in over 100 years; the last time there was a train route between the two is thought to have been during the Habsburg Empire before it dissolved.

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European Union Leaders Pushing For Palestinian Statehood To Bring Peace To Middle East 

European Union foreign ministers have made the argument this week that the creation and implementation of a statehood for Palestine could be the “only credible way to achieve peace in the Middle East,” according to reports.

Formally Unknown Relative Of The T. Rex Discovered In New Mexico

A formally unknown relative of the Tyrannosaurus rex has been discovered in New Mexico, according to a new study released in the Journal Scientific Reports.

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US Experiences Record Breaking Cold Temperatures From Intense Snow And Ice Storms

An intense arctic blast has brought heavy snowfall, wind, and ice storms to the US, threatening to bring record breaking low temperatures and dangerous conditions, especially in the South, this week.

Luxury Retail Brands Have Been Spending Big On Real Estate 

Luxury retail brands like Prada have been spending large amounts to purchase real estate spaces in New York.

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MetLife Stadium Planning To Remove Over 1,700 Seats In Bid To Host 2026 World Cup Final 

East Rutherford, New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium officials are planning to remove 1,740 seats to widen their field for World Cup matches, as the stadium places their bid to host the 2026 final.

Original Mickey Mouse Cartoon Enters Public Domain, Here’s What We Already Have To Look Forward To 

Steamboat Willie, the original Mickey Mouse cartoon, officially lost its US copyright protection on January 1st 2024, making its likeness available to the public, who have already taken advantage of having legal access to the iconic character.

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The New York Times Is Suing Microsoft And OpenAI Over Copyright Infringement 

OpenAI and Microsoft are being sued by the New York Times over copyright infringement, alleging that the two companies’ artificial intelligence technology has illegally copied millions of articles from the Times to train AI services like ChatGPT.

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London Man Runs 365 Marathons In 365 Days For ‘Hope For Justice’ Charity

41-year-old Aaron Robinson has run 365 marathons in 365 days, a major accomplishment for not only himself, but Hope For Justice, the anti-human trafficking charity where he works.

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New York State To Study Potential Reparations For Residents Of African Descent

New York State has created a commission to study potential reparations for state residents of African descent. This would make New York the second state to look into reparations after California.