The decades-long rule of President Robert Mugabe appeared to be at an end Wednesday after Zimbabwe's military took over state television to announce that he was in custody.
Army chiefs told viewers that the 93-year-old Mugabe — the world's oldest head of state — and his family were "safe and sound" as tanks were seen on the streets of the capital, Harare.
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While leaving the final decision to the White House, the South Korean organizing committee for the upcoming Winter Games hopes that first lady Melania Trump, as well as President Trump’s eldest daughter, Ivanka, will be selected to lead the U.S. presidential delegation to Pyeongchang.
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Derek Man used apples as pinhole cameras to capture the harvest at some of the dwindling number of orchards in London.
He worked with The Orchard Project, which is committed to the restoration and celebration of community orchards.
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The burger emoji is sparking some controversy online.
Google's version of the emoji on Android shows the cheese beneath the burger and above the bun. While the cheese placement isn't new, a writer and media analyst started a debate that went viral over the weekend over whether or not it should be placed on top or below the burger.
"I think we need to have a discussion about how Google's burger emoji is placing the cheese underneath the burger, while Apple puts it on top," he tweeted.
Twitter users were quick to weigh in on what they thought was the proper order of a burger's toppings.
"Obviously, cheese must be on top of meat," wrote one Twitter user.
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What really happens when you swallow chewing gum?
As a child, your elders might have warned you that swallowing gum is bad for you. Is it? As kids, many of us were warned not to swallow chewing gum. We were told that it will stick around for years inside the gut, or worse, near the heart.
What’s the truth?
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Flying drones and robots now patrol distribution warehouses - they've become workhorses of the e-commerce era online that retailers can't do without. It is driving down costs but it is also putting people out of work: what price progress?
It could be a scene from Blade Runner 2049; the flying drone hovers in the warehouse aisle, its spinning rotors filling the cavernous space with a buzzing whine.
It edges close to the packages stacked on the shelf and scans them using onboard optical sensors, before whizzing off to its next assignment.
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Color film was rare in World War II. The vast majority of the photos taken during the conflict were in black and white, and color photography as a whole was still a relatively new technique. It's this fact that makes the photos from a new book published by Imperial War Museums so mesmerizing. They are in their original state -- not retouched, not colorized: "You are seeing exactly what was taken. I know it's common these days to see retouched photographs and colorized black & white photos, but this is the real deal," said the book's author Ian Carter during a phone interview. The images were commissioned by the British Ministry of Information, which got hold of a very small quantity of Kodachrome film.
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Somewhere deep inside the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, 95 pieces of King Tut’s beloved treasures were locked away in storage. But now, the previously forgotten artifacts will see the light as they’re put on display in a new exhibition for the first time.
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