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NASA's InSight Lander makes it to Mars
NASA's InSight Lander makes it to Mars

NASA's InSight lander successfully touched down on Elysium Planitia on Mars. It sent a signal beep and image of the surface of Mars to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.

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  1. UK court remands man in custody over Leytonstone knife attack  (28 hits last hour)
  2. Car bombing kills Yemen government official; ISIS claims responsibility  (15 hits last hour)
  3. UK begins airstrikes against IS in Syria  (8 hits last hour)
  4. British actor John Inman dies at 71  (8 hits last hour)
  5. Royal Canadian Mint unveils world's largest gold coin  (7 hits last hour)
  6. At least 52, including six Shia Muslim activists, to be executed in Saudi Arabia  (7 hits last hour)
  7. Wikinews visits the 2008 Reno Air Races  (6 hits last hour)
  8. Volkswagen emissions scandal may affect thousands more cars  (6 hits last hour)
  9. U.S. Secret Service conducts drone exercise  (6 hits last hour)
  10. Investigators blame pilot error for AirAsia crash into Java Sea  (6 hits last hour)
  11. Scottish Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey 'critically ill' says Royal Free Hospital  (5 hits last hour)
  12. Indiana Governor signs needle exchange program  (5 hits last hour)
  13. David Letterman signs off after 33 year career on the Late Show  (5 hits last hour)
  14. Athens bomb targets business group, damages Cypriot embassy  (5 hits last hour)
  15. Yankees win 3 in 4 game series with Red Sox  (4 hits last hour)


UK Parliament begins debate on Brexit deal
UK Parliament begins debate on Brexit deal

On Tuesday, the United Kingdom Parliament started five days of debates ahead of a vote over Prime Minister Theresa May's deal to leave the European Union.

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Greek police arrest more than 60 people for gold smuggling
Greek police arrest more than 60 people for gold smuggling

On Wednesday, Greek police announced they arrested 63 people for gold smuggling. According to a report from Associated Press , police seized cash, gold bars, and other items, totaling about two million euros (roughly 2.3 million US dollars).

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Wikinews attends 2018 Bangalore ComicCon
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Wikinews attends 2018 Bangalore ComicCon

On November 17 and November 18, Wikinews attended the 2018 Bangalore Comicbook Convention, in Karnataka, India. Wikinews spoke to convention's international guests Ryan O'Sullivan, Dan Watters, and Vanesa Del Ray.

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Investigation of Deutsche Bank headquarters spills into second day
Investigation of Deutsche Bank headquarters spills into second day

On Friday, German police investigators continued their previous day's search of the headquarters of Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, for evidence of money laundering and other wrongdoing in connection to the so-called Panama Papers. A police spokesperson explained the roughly 170 searchers encountered such a volume of material the matter could not be concluded in one day.

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  1. UK court remands man in custody over Leytonstone knife attack
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  3. UK begins airstrikes against IS in Syria
  4. British actor John Inman dies at 71
  5. Royal Canadian Mint unveils world's largest gold coin