Alex timeline RSSAlex timeline RSS2020-01-28T05:42:57+0000<![CDATA[Alex added new site]]>A new coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China has global health agencies on high alert—and is causing no small amount of anxiety around the world. Colloquially known as the “Wuhan coronavirus” after the city where it is believed to have originated, the disease is still poorly understood, and seems to be changing rapidly. The first cases of 2019-nCoV appeared in December in the Chinese city of Wuhan, and likely came from some non-human animal host. Its exact source has yet to be identified. Full Article >>

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<![CDATA[Alex added new site]]>Kobe Bryant, one of the NBA's all-time greats whose international stardom transcended basketball, was killed on Sunday in a helicopter crash near Los Angeles along with his 13-year-old daughter and seven others on board, officials said. He was 41. Get all the latest sports news, scores, schedules, and more for local and international sports from GMA News Online.

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<![CDATA[Alex added new site]]>The moment that the whole world has been waiting for has finally come around – Australia received heavy rain, severe thunderstorms, and flash floods. The downpours have already helped to extinguish 32 bushfires in New South Wales alone as the number of fires fell from 120 to 88 on Thursday. The Bureau of Meteorology are expecting 30-80mm worth of rain in the east of New South Wales between Thursday and Sunday. People are speculating that it might finally bring relief to the exhausted firefighters who have battled the deadly flames for over three months now. Full Article >>

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<![CDATA[Alex added new site]]>Over for the Washington Post, writer Natalie B. Compton described, in detail, why exactly sleeping on flights is so damn difficult. Perhaps it’s being surrounded by sneezing, coughing, and otherwise restless passengers around you that makes it hard to sleep soundly. Or, as Compton writes, it’s just the harsh environment of the airplane itself. “The only thing more disruptive than those strangers may be the deafening plane noises and overhead lighting, seemingly designed to combat any attempt at slumber,” she says. Full Article >>

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<![CDATA[Alex added new site]]>Google Chrome’s decision to phase out support for third-party cookies will affect everyone in the digital media industry. Some are calling it the “cookie-pocalypse.” Others see it as a new dawn for the $565 billion global ad industry. What’s certain is that Google Chrome’s decision to phase out support for third-party cookies will affect everyone in the digital media industry. Full Article >>

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