#BarcelonaAttacks Younes Abouyaaqoub, a 22-year-old Moroccan-born man, who they believe was the driver Spanish police confirm they have shot and killed him #AceNewsDesk reports

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#AceNewsReport – Aug.21: Police in Spain say they shot a man apparently wearing an explosives belt as they hunt for #Barcelona attack driver … #AceNewsDesk reports

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Spanish police confirm main Barcelona attack suspect has been killed https://t.me/acebreakingnews/1787via @AABerwick http://pic.twitter.com/sMXQiSCK91 Reuters Top News (@Reuters) August 21, 2017 #AceNewsDesk

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Snippets of History: On #ThisDayinHistory, North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun last total solar eclipse that passed over a similar area was on Feb. 26, 1979 #AceHistoryNews – @AceHistoryNews

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#AceHistoryNews – Aug.21: Solar and lunar eclipses, astronomical events that occur when the Earth, the Sun and the Moon are aligned, have figured prominently in human history #AceHistoryDesk reports

https://t.me/HistoricalPics/6864Striking to behold, eclipses often were viewed as supernatural phenomena. They also allowed ancient civilizations to develop sophisticated calendars, convinced Aristotle the Earth was round and helped Einstein prove his theory of relativity. Happy Eclipse watching! #Eclipse2017 #EclipseDay #AceHistoryNews

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Steve Bannon “Going After” White House Jewish Staffers

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BY MICHAEL WILNER
The Jerusalem Post
 AUGUST 21, 2017 21:21

US media report that Jared Kushner and Gary Cohn are Steve Bannon’s primary targets.

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Senior staff at the White House Kellyanne Conway, Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon (L-R) applaud before being sworn in by Vice President Mike Pence in Washington, DC January 22, 2017.. (photo credit:REUTERS)

WASHINGTON —  Unceremoniously fired from the White House, Steve Bannon returned to Breitbart News this weekend full of rage and vengeance, vowing “war” on a long list of his enemies across the media and government that he believes obstructed him from enacting a nationalist agenda in the Trump administration.

Bannon hopes to expand Breitbart– his launching pad into national politics last year, which he has characterized as the “platform for the alt-Right” white supremacist movement– into television and video in order to compete with the right-wing Fox News Channel, from which he can target…

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#Washington #US has enough ‘ Nuclear Waste ‘ to fill one football field up to 20-feet high which is a byproduct of Nuclear Power Plants & another 100-million gallons generated from Nuclear Weapons but no permanent facility exists since 1970s #AceNewsDesk reports

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#AceNewsReport – Aug.21: Nuclear waste, as John Oliver notes, is “the worst type of garbage that raccoons can get into.” And on Last Week Tonight, he pointed out just how much the U.S. has—enough to fill “one football field, 20 feet high.” #AceNewsDesk reports

https://t.me/acenewsgroup/44604 That’s just the by-product from nuclear power plants, he says. There’s an additional 100 million gallons that has been generated from the production of nuclear weapons, according to Oliver—so much of it, that one out of three Americans live within 50 miles of nuclear waste. Oliver says that despite years of using nuclear energy, the country still doesn’t have a permanent facility for its storage. If the U.S. wants to avoid a Fukushima-like accident, Oliver notes that the U.S. needs one badly. The Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository in Nevada was supposed to be that site, but the project has stalled. Current…

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Review: GAMERA VS. VIRAS (1968)

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The kids aren’t alright in GAMERA VS. VIRAS, the fourth film in the giant turtle series. Noriaki Yuasa is again in the director’s chair, but this entry is more truncated than it needs to be. The 1968 picture, released as DESTROY ALL PLANETS in the United States, features a chunk of footage from the first three outings and doesn’t unlock the chess game between man and monster. It does feature two frustrating Boy Scouts and a cheery score by Kenjiro Hirose, though.

The Scouts are Masao (Tôru Takatsuka) and Jim (Carl Crane). They’re pests and they fiddle around with a small submarine while on a trip to an aquarium. They even get into a race with Gamera, but trouble interrupts the fun when an alien craft snags the turtle in a catch-ray. The aliens want to take Gamera out of the picture so they can conquer the Earth and so…

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