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Freeman Releases Statement About Sexual Assault
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2018-05-27    0 views
According to CNN, "Morgan Freeman issued a second apology after eight people accused him of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior, and the actor said his actions should not be equated with incidents of sexual assault or abuse in the workplace." Freeman stated, "I did not create unsafe work environments. I did not assault women. I did not offer employment or advancement in exchange for sex. Any suggestion that I did so is completely false."

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Dozens dead in traffic accident - Ugandan Red Cross
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2018-05-27    0 views
At least 48 people have died in a traffic accident in Uganda according to the Red Cross. Local police say the crash happened in the Kiryandongo district 220 km north of the capital Kampala and involved a tractor, a truck and a bus.

Uganda has one of the worse road safety records in the world due to the bad state of roads and vehicles. According to a UN report published this year that found that an average of 10 people a day die in traffic accidents in the country. The report estimated that traffic accidents cost Uganda 1.2 billion dollars a day, or about 5% of its GDP.

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Canada's Stirling Hart wins the world’s toughest logger sports competition
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2018-05-27    0 views
Canadian Stirling Hart won the 2018 Timbersports Champions Trophy in Marseille on Saturday (May 26).

Hart's time of 1 minute 3.40 seconds was enough to beat New Zealand's Jason Wynyard into second place, with Australia's Mitch Argent taking third.


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Amazon Plans Checkout-Free Stores In San Francisco & Chicago - teaser


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Published at: 2018-05-17

Amazon is bringing grocery stores without checkout lines to Chicago and San Francisco, expanding the concept beyond its pilot in Seattle. Known as Amazon Go, the store is like other small grocery shops with one crucial difference: it has no cashiers. To enter the store, customers scan a smartphone app and then cameras and sensors track what they remove from the shelves and what they put back. Amazon then bills shoppers’ credit cards on file after they leave.

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