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The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, consisting of channels, weirs and dams built from volcanic rocks, is one of the world’s most extensive and oldest aquaculture systems, according to UNESCO. Constructed by the Gunditjmara people more than 6,600 years ago, it is older than Egypt’s pyramids. While the aquatic system was known to archaeologists — it
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(CNN) — Some airline brands die forever. Others, it seems, go into suspended animation, waiting to be reborn when the time’s right to take to the skies once again. Which is why, on January 12, a Boeing 767-300ER touched down on the runway at New York’s JFK airport, bringing with it a US brand name
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(CNN) — The concept of pilotless commercial jet flight has been bandied about for years. But while the technology has been there, there’s been little concrete evidence to suggest autonomous flying could ever really get off the ground — until now. Airbus has confirmed one of its test aircraft took off automatically at Toulouse-Blagnac airport
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(CNN) — Florida is my father’s chosen state. He often jokes that he came to Tallahassee to attend FAMU (Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University) Law School in 1960 after he saw my mother’s picture in “Jet,” the digest published by Johnson Publishing Company to cover news and general interest stories for African-American readers. True story,
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(CNN) — Chris Gurksy nearly died hang gliding. No, that’s not an exaggeration. There’s a viral video to prove it. Yeah, you read that right: Gursky spent almost four spine-chilling minutes hanging on for his life, the glider soaring high above the ground as Gursky gripped on with a single hand. Thankfully, he lived to
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“Imagine yourself on a cruise at sea with your stateroom infested with bed bugs,” said Connie Flores, who had a small part as an “arguing woman” in Netflix’s Oscar-nominated film “Marriage Story,” in a statement from her attorney, Brian Virag. The lawsuit, filed in US District Court in the Central District of California, seeks general
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(CNN) — If your sweetheart turns to you tonight and whispers “shall we try for a little one?”, don’t dismiss them out of hand. It could be they’re talking about an Irish island. Great Blasket, on Europe’s Atlantic fringes, is seeking a couple to become summer caretakers and sole full-time residents of this unoccupied island
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