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    1. May 7, 1915: A torpedo from a German U-boat sinks the Lusitania off the coast of Ireland, killing nearly 1,200 people

    2. An elongated filament of plasma suspended above the Sun by titanic magnetic forces suddenly broke free on April 28 and 29, 2015. To watch the ensuing explosive spray of incandescent material out into space — a phenomenon known as a coronal mass ejection, or CME — please click on the image above. The animation consists of images from the orbiting Solar and Heliospheric Observatory. SOHO's Lasco ...

    3. The attack on the passenger ship claimed 1,198 lives. The disaster, 100 years ago this Thursday, came nine months into the First World War

    4. Doomed Ship Lusitania Revealed In New Images

      Sky News via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsMay 07 01:26 AM

      :: Follow the election results live on skynews.com, our mobile apps and on Sky News TV from 10pm. RMS Lusitania was sailing from New York to Liverpool on its final voyage on 7 May 1915 when it was sunk by a German U-boat in just 18 minutes. "It will be a permanent recognition of our feelings about the importance of the wreck - and to pay homage to the victims," said Gregg Bemis, the 87-year-old...

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    7. Captured by famed photographer Douglas Kirkland, the images fill a new limited-edition book, Coco Chanel: Three Weeks/1962.

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      All of Wall Street has been waiting for what happens when the Federal Reserve raises rates and...

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