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Loved Pokemon Go? Then You Might Tolerate Magikarp Jump

Loved Pokemon Go? Then You Might Tolerate Magikarp Jump

The Pokemon company has begun a novel game on its platform termed Magikarp Jump . Throughout the game, you will be training your Magikarp to become stronger and better. He can then share these photos with his friends online. Feed your Magikarp with lots of soda as you will recover one training point for every training soda you have used.



US plans first test of ICBM intercept, with North Korea in mind

The efficiency of the weapon system "to detect and track targets has remarkably improved and its hitting accuracy has also increased" compared to past year, the young leader was quoted as saying. Appearing at a Senate hearing, Defense Intelligence Agency Director Vincent Stewart declined to offer a time estimate but Western experts believe the North still needed several years to develop such a weapon.


Lawyer `very surprised´ if Ian Brady knew where Keith Bennett´s body was

Lawyer `very surprised´ if Ian Brady knew where Keith Bennett´s body was

Toys and tributes left by the family of Moors murder victim Keith Bennett are seen tied to a fence on Saddleworth Moor near Manchester northern England, August 17, 2012. Brady escaped the hangman's noose as the death penalty was abolished just months earlier. Senior coroner for Sefton Christopher Sumner said that he would not release the body until it was guaranteed his ashes would not be scattered over the moor.


Did 'Fake Intel' Trick Comey Into Ending The Clinton Email Probe Early?

Did 'Fake Intel' Trick Comey Into Ending The Clinton Email Probe Early?

In the email, Wasserman Schultz allegedly claimed that Lynch had assured senior Clinton campaign staffer Amanda Renteria that the FBI investigation would not go far enough to implicate Clinton in any criminal activity. But the Federal Bureau of Investigation had debated the veracity of the document internally from the moment they acquired it in March 2016, the Post said.


Australian woman returns home after Indonesia prison, probation

Australian woman returns home after Indonesia prison, probation

But it seems Corby and Panangian's relationship may be set to face its toughest test, with their criminal histories meaning the pair are unlike to be reunited in Australia or Indonesia. A spokeswoman for Corby's security team appeared on her behalf to thank her supporters. Schapelle's aunt Jen was another arrival, but claimed she was being "kept in the dark" and didn't know where her niece was when she left the home.