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Britain's terror threat level reduced from 'critical' to 'severe'

It had been set at critical in the aftermath of the Manchester bombing. London Mayor Sadiq Khan, after Prime Minister May's announcement, had said that security plans will remain in place this and urged all the people to remain vigilant and report anything suspicious to the police.


Islamic State claims responsibility for Egypt attack

Islamic State claims responsibility for Egypt attack

One of the gunmen had a camera, eyewitnesses said, indicating that the group behind the shootings might release footage of the attack in the future. This is the latest in a series of attacks on Egypt's Coptic Christians, who comprise an estimated 10 percent of Egypt's population.


Destiny 2 Will Drop The First Game's Lore-Filled Grimoire Cards

Destiny 2 Will Drop The First Game's Lore-Filled Grimoire Cards

As players progressed through the game, they would unlock Grimoire cards, which could only be examined through the game's official website or the companion app. The news comes from Steve Cotton , the lead on Destiny 2's world building. Bungie maintained in their Gameplay Reveal presentation that story is a big focus with Destiny 2 , and ditching Grimoire Cards is a big step in making sure they don't repeat their mistakes.



Nintendo is getting a beloved Japanese game and investors are going nuts

And now Capcom and Nintendo have seen an opportunity. It will be an expanded version of Monster Hunter Generations , which was released as a 3DS-exclusive earlier a year ago. Rather than release XX on the 3DS in the USA and across Europe, they are instead updating the game for a release on the Switch. That said, the demand for the Switch means this strategy is clearly working.


Almost 500000 displaced in Sri Lanka floods

Almost 500000 displaced in Sri Lanka floods

Home Affairs minister Vajira Abeywardena said that while the worst of the rain was over, there was a danger of fresh flooding downstream. "Showers or thundershowers will occur at times in the Western, Sabaragamuwa, Southern, Central and North-western provinces", Sri Lanka officials said.


Climate change may be disrupting your sleep

Climate change may be disrupting your sleep

A study suggests people in the northern hemisphere could miss out on nearly half an hour of sleep a month if temperatures rise by just 2C, as the Met Office predicts. Obradovich and his colleagues gathered data on Americans' sleep quality from an ongoing survey conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.