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Revealiпg Big Brυte: A Joυrпey iпto the Depths of the World’s Largest Coal Miпe aпd Its Lethal Excavator (Video).

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FBI investigating antisemitic threats targeting Cornell University's Jewish students, Biden 'very concerned'

The FBI said it's aware of antisemitic threats posted online targeting Jewish students at Cornell University. The FBI said it's investigating a potential antisemitic hate crime at Cornell University, as President Joe Biden told ABC News he is "very concerned" about the rise in antisemitism. Over the weekend, numerous threats to the Jewish community at Cornell were posted on a website "unaffiliated" with the university, Cornell University President Martha Pollack wrote in a letter to the community Sunday. The online messages posted Sunday threatened violence to the school's Jewish community, and specifically named the location of the Center for Jewish Living, where the kosher dining hall is located, Pollack said in her letter. One of the posts threatened to shoot Jewish student s on campus, another encouraged others to engage in violence aimed at Jewish student s, according to Cornell's student newspaper, The Cornell Daily Sun. MORE: As debate rage

LeBron James on Fury win over Ngannou: “C’mon, man!”

L eBron James pulled no punches as he slammed the Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou fight on X : “Exactly why I don’t watch Boxing . C ’mon man!”. He added a face palm emoji for good measure. The NBA star wasn’t the only one in disbelief at the split points decision going the way of the Gypsy King, with fellow baller and leading scorer, Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers saying Francis, making his debut in Boxing after a stellar UFC career, had been “robbed”. Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers was also less than happy: “ WTF? Fury just lost that fight... WOW.” Exactly why i don't watch Boxing ! C'mon man! 🤦🏾‍♂️ — LeBron James (@KingJames) October 28, 2023 Tyson Fury surprised by Francis British boxer Fury was knocked to the canvas by the former UFC heavyweight champion in the third round and Francis appeared to be in control of the bout for much of it. Despite this, the judges awarded a split decision victory to the WBC champion Fury, with scores of 94-95, 9

MotoGP Thailand GP: Martin dominates sprint to cut Bagnaia’s championship lead

Martin converted pole to a fifth consecutive sprint victory in 2023 to bring his tally for the season up to seven, the Pramac Ducati rider 0.933 seconds clear of KTM’s Brad Binder at the chequered flag. Leading every lap, Martin came under no challenge as he romped away from the field, while Bagnaia struggled to seventh. Binder won out in a battle with VR46 Ducati’s Luca Marini, while Marc Marquez snatched fourth on his Honda from Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro on the final lap. Marco Bezzecchi’s title challenge further fades as he was sixth on the second VR46 Ducati ahead of Bagnaia, Alex Marquez and Johann Zarco. Martin didn’t get the perfect initial launch off the grid, allowing second-placed Marini on his year-old Ducati to draw alongside on the run into Turn 1. But the Pramac rider outbraked Marini to hold onto the holeshot and defended well on the run down into the Turn 3 hairpin. That would be as close as Martin would come to being overtaken in t

UK PM Sunak warns against rush to regulate AI before understanding its risks

As authorities around the world scramble to draw up guardrails for artificial intelligence, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak warns against moving too fast on regulating the rapidly developing technology before it’s fully understood LONDON -- As authorities around the world scramble to draw up guardrails for artificial intelligence, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak warned Thursday against moving too fast on regulating the rapidly developing technology before it's fully understood. Sunak warned about acting too quickly even as he outlined a host of risks that AI could bring, from making it easier to build chemical or biological weapons to its use by terrorist groups to spread fear, or by criminals to carry out cyberattacks or fraud. He said AI has the potential to transform life but it should be a global priority to mitigate the risks of human extinction it could bring, similar to pandemics and nuclear war. Governments are the only ones able to keep people safe from AI’s risks, a

Young Boys 1-3 Man City: Player ratings as Haaland braces seals another Champions League win

Manchester City are on the brink of the Champions League knockout stage after beating Young Boys on Wednesday night in a third successive group win. Two goals from Erling Haaland, one from the penalty spot, made the difference on an evening that wasn't exactly vintage from the reigning European champions. Manuel Akanji had put City into the lead early in the second half, but Young Boys had hit back through Meschack Elia. How the game unfolded Both sides had early chances in a fast start at Stadion Wankdorf, with Ederson beating away a powerful strike from Filip Ugrinic and Rodri going close to putting City ahead at the other end when a low header flashed just wide. Matheus Nunes also poked over from the middle of the box. From their bright start, Young Boys soon dropped more and more into containment mode as City began to create chance after chance midway through the first half. Haaland's eyes lit up when he was played in on goal, only for Young Boys goalkeeper Anthony Raciopp