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February 6, 2020 | Via The Guardian

Trump Acquitted on Both Articles

Donald Trump has been acquitted in his Senate trial on both of the articles of impeachment he faced, ending the threat that he would be removed from office and concluding the impeachment process. Voting largely along party lines, the senators found Trump not guilty of the first article of impeachment, abuse of power, by a 52-48 tally, and not guilty of the second article of impeachment, obstruction of Congress, by a 53-47 tally.

February 6, 2020 | Via Sky News

Plane Splits in Three After Skidding off Runway

Three people were killed and 179 were injured when a plane skidded off an airport runway in Istanbul and split into three pieces. The Turkish health minister said one person was dead at the Sabiha Gokcen airport. The Pegasus Airlines flight, carrying 177 passengers and six crew members, had just arrived from the city of Izmir when it overshot the runway, according to Turkey’s NTV television.

February 6, 2020 | Via BBC

Landmark Study to Transform Cancer Treatment

More than a thousand scientists have built the most detailed picture of cancer ever in a landmark study. They said the cancer was like a 100,000-piece jigsaw, and that until today, 99% of the pieces were missing. Their studies, published in the journal Nature, provide an almost complete picture of all cancers. They could allow treatment to be tailored to each patient’s unique tumor, or develop ways of finding cancer earlier.

February 6, 2020 | Via CNN

High-Speed Train Derails in Northern Italy, Killing Two

Two people died and dozens were injured after a high-speed train derailed in Italy’s Lodi province early on Thursday morning, Italian authorities said. The crash happened in the town of Casalpusterlengo, some 30 miles southeast of Milan in the north of the country. The train’s two conductors were killed and 28 people were injured, according to the Italian fire brigade.

February 6, 2020 | Via MSN

Kirk Douglas, Hollywood Icon, Dies at 103

Kirk Douglas, one of the first box office stars of the silver screen, has died. He was 103. The acting legend, who had been in good health since suffering a stroke in 1996, is survived by his wife of 65 years Anne Buydens, and his three sons: Michael, Joel, and Eric. With over 92 acting credits, including some 75 movies, seven of which co-starred his friend Burt Lancaster, Douglas became a superstar even before the term was coined.

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