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Ship hits wall of Panama Canal renewing design concerns

A Chinese container ship hits a wall of the recently-widened Panama Canal, amid concerns that the new canal has less space for manoeuvres and could be unsafe.

Solar Impulse completes historic round-the-world trip

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Dutch men confirmed as world's tallest

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What Verizon sees in Yahoo

Lex writer Sujeet Indap explains why Verizon's $4.8bn acquisition of Yahoo's core operating business is a good deal for the US telecom giant and what it means for Yahoo

Pimco’s presumptive poach

Head of Lex Robert Armstrong talks to deputy head Jonathan Eley about the importance of a chief executive after a shake-up at bond group Pimco

Lex on SoftBank’s purchase of Arm

Masayoshi Son, SoftBank’s founder and chief executive, is betting that Arm is 43 per cent more valuable than the market thinks it is. Robert Armstrong examines whether he's right or wrong.

China challenges European football

Wang Jianlin, China’s richest man, is backing plans by his conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group to launch a rival to the Uefa Champions League, pushing for a new European football competition. FT writers Murad Ahmed and Christopher Thompson assess the plans.

McDonald’s Japan can return to profit

Robert Armstrong explains why McDonald’s Japan may be a good buy, with the parent company aiming to turn it profitable before selling down their stake.

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Twitter has a strong message for Bernie Bros who think Trump and Hillary are the same

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Hillary Clinton is poised to capture the Democratic nomination within the next 72 hours — but some Bernie supporters won't give up hope.

At the Democratic National Convention on Monday night, Sanders supporters, like Trump supporters the week before, marched and proudly shouted "Lock her up." While there have been innumerable think pieces, explainers and angry Facebook posts delineating the differences between the two candidates, some supporters just don't see the difference. And Twitter honestly can't handle them anymore.

SEE ALSO: Bernie Sanders is watching the Republican convention in the Berniest way possible Read more...

More about Trump, Clinton, Democratic National Convention, Election 2016, and Watercooler

Third Eye Blind releases new song about police brutality

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Lately, Third Eye Blind hasn't been shy when it comes to speaking their minds. 

The pop punk band challenged audience members at this year's Republican National Convention, and are now back with a new song called "Cop vs. Phone Girl" that addresses police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement.

In the latest single from the band's upcoming album We Are Drugs, singer Stephan Jenkins retells the true story of Shakara, a 16-year-old girl from South Carolina who was assaulted and flung across a classroom by a police officer. The 2015 attack was filmed and posted across social media. Read more...

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Guy finds crocodile in his bathroom; proceeds to Snapchat it

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When you live in certain parts of Australia's Northern Territory, it's not uncommon to spot a crocodile every so often. What's less common however is waking up to one of the 1.7 metre dinosaur cousins guarding your toilet.

Sixteen-year-old Coralie Myers awoke to a Snapchat to end all snapchats from her housemate with the caption "When you wake up to a random crocodile in your bathroom." There's nothing more ballsy than sending Snaps when the top of the food chain has set up shop by your shower.

According to Nine News Darwin, it is currently unknown just how the crocodile ended up inside the house.  Read more...

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Mashable

Twitter has a strong message for Bernie Bros who think Trump and Hillary are the same

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Hillary Clinton is poised to capture the Democratic nomination within the next 72 hours — but some Bernie supporters won't give up hope.

At the Democratic National Convention on Monday night, Sanders supporters, like Trump supporters the week before, marched and proudly shouted "Lock her up." While there have been innumerable think pieces, explainers and angry Facebook posts delineating the differences between the two candidates, some supporters just don't see the difference. And Twitter honestly can't handle them anymore.

SEE ALSO: Bernie Sanders is watching the Republican convention in the Berniest way possible Read more...

More about Trump, Clinton, Democratic National Convention, Election 2016, and Watercooler

Third Eye Blind releases new song about police brutality

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Lately, Third Eye Blind hasn't been shy when it comes to speaking their minds. 

The pop punk band challenged audience members at this year's Republican National Convention, and are now back with a new song called "Cop vs. Phone Girl" that addresses police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement.

In the latest single from the band's upcoming album We Are Drugs, singer Stephan Jenkins retells the true story of Shakara, a 16-year-old girl from South Carolina who was assaulted and flung across a classroom by a police officer. The 2015 attack was filmed and posted across social media. Read more...

More about Black Lives Matter, Watercooler, Police Brutality, Third Eye Blind, and Conversations

Guy finds crocodile in his bathroom; proceeds to Snapchat it

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When you live in certain parts of Australia's Northern Territory, it's not uncommon to spot a crocodile every so often. What's less common however is waking up to one of the 1.7 metre dinosaur cousins guarding your toilet.

Sixteen-year-old Coralie Myers awoke to a Snapchat to end all snapchats from her housemate with the caption "When you wake up to a random crocodile in your bathroom." There's nothing more ballsy than sending Snaps when the top of the food chain has set up shop by your shower.

According to Nine News Darwin, it is currently unknown just how the crocodile ended up inside the house.  Read more...

More about Snapchat, Crocodile, Australia, and Watercooler

Fan arrested after slapping Justin Timberlake's face at a golf event

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Look at Justin Timberlake's beautiful face all you want, but leave it there.

A spectator was arrested at the American Century Celebrity Pro-Am in Lake Tahoe after touching Timberlake's face in a drunken haze. If you know in your heart that you would do the same, please monitor your intoxication levels around Timberlake accordingly.

TMZ reports that Timberlake declined to press charges, but the man was arrested later in the day, anyway, for drunk and disorderly conduct.

It looked like he was having a great time at the event goofing off with Steph Curry, so let's hope this intrusion onto his anointed head didn't ruin the whole day.  Read more...

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Jimmy Fallon gets a shoutout in Lilly Singh's upcoming 'How to Be a Bawse' book

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YouTuber Lilly Singh is adding book author to her growing resume.

In an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the digital influencer told the TV host that her book How to Be a Bawse will hit stores in March 2017. 

"Bawse" means "someone who doesn't just survive but conquers life, really exudes confidence, gets hurt efficiently, hustles hard and just makes stuff happen," Singh told Fallon.  

She told the Saturday Night Live alum that he is even mentioned in her book, in a chapter about first impressions. Read more...

More about Lilly Singh, Jimmy Fallon, Digital Influencers, Youtube, and Online Video

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Supporting children distressed by fighting in South Sudan

JUBA, South Sudan, 21 July 2016 – In the battle-scarred capital of South Sudan, children who should be playing are instead worrying about the future and asking when it will be safe to go home again.

In Ghana, a long overdue ‘place of convenience’ for an entire community

HO, Ghana, 21 July 2016 – A place of convenience, lavatory, restroom, toilet facility, washroom, comfort station. These are all names used in Ghana to describe a toilet or bathroom. But when these facilities are unavailable – especially for children in schools – it can be anything but comfortable or convenient.

In Sierra Leone, saving lives with early infant diagnosis of HIV

KENEMA, Sierra Leone, 20 July 2016 – On a sunny day eastern Sierra Leone, Gladys Gassama gently welcomes a middle aged woman into her counselling room with a broad smile.

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