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Pompeii man’s skeleton suggests he was killed by falling rock during eruption

The discovery of a skeleton that appears to have been decapitated by an enormous stone while trying to flee has been announced by archaeologists at the site. The rock appears to have crushed the man's chest and head. It's not hard to figure out what killed a man whose remains were recently discovered at Pompeii-there is a massive stone block, probably hurled by a volcanic cloud, crushing the top part of his body.


Philippines Could Go to War Over S China Sea - Duterte's Security Advisor

Philippines Could Go to War Over S China Sea - Duterte's Security Advisor

And you'll notice there's only one country that seems to take active steps to rebuff them or state their resentment of them", Mattis said while en route to Hawaii. "When they (Chinese) do things that are opaque to the rest of us, then we can not cooperate in areas that we would otherwise cooperate in", Mattis said.


Trump hosting rally in Tennessee today

Trump hosting rally in Tennessee today

The president will attend a fundraiser for Republican Senate candidate Rep. President Trump tried out his own midterm playbook Tuesday at a campaign rally in Tennessee by ramping up his rhetoric on illegal immigration and gang-related crimes.


Singapore shares slump 2% on Italian election crisis, Sino-US trade tensions

Singapore shares slump 2% on Italian election crisis, Sino-US trade tensions

The Dow Jones Industrial Average . DJI fell 391.64 points, or 1.58 percent, to 24,361.45, the S&P 500 . SPX lost 31.47 points, or 1.16 percent, to 2,689.86 and the Nasdaq Composite . The new jitters about the stability of the euro sent the currency's value against the dollar to its lowest level in nearly a year. In Asia, the focus was also on the on-again, off-again U.S.


Papua New Guinea mulls 'temporary' ban on Facebook

Papua New Guinea mulls 'temporary' ban on Facebook

Papua New Guinea is going to ban Facebook for a month to study its impact on the general populace and try to flush out " fake users ". The PNG government said it would be studying how other countries were handling Facebook around the world, and the impact of government policies on private users of the network.