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Since the disco era of the 70s, the Village People have been a mainstay on dance floors, in arenas, and virtually every other gathering.

You'd be hard-pressed to find a person who doesn't know the YMCA dance or the chorus to Macho Man.

Even President Donald Trump has used their songs in his rallies—most recently on his visit to India, where over 100,000 people watched the President enter to Macho Man, much to the glee of his supporters.

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President Donald Trump once again exchanged tense words with CNN's Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta.

At a press conference during the President's visit to India, Acosta asked Trump if he would pledge not to accept any foreign assistance in the 2020 election, amid reports that Russia is once again meddling to help ensure another Trump term

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If you were hoping President Donald Trump had improved his reputation abroad, prepare to be disappointed.

On his recent visit to India, Trump appeared with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to open the country's new cricket arena: Sardar Patel Stadium.

The President spent the speech touting the growth of the Indian economy and the continued relationship between India and the United States.

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President Donald Trump and the Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Imran Khan, speak to the media in the Oval Office at the White House on July 22, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Imran Khan, Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, made his first visit to the Trump White House on Monday. During a press event with President Donald Trump, the United States' leader announced he was ready to mediate an agreement between Pakistan and India over the disputed territory of Kashmir.

Claiming to have spoken to India Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G20 Summit in Japan, Trump stated to Khan:

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Animal Husbandry department and Forest officials deposit a bat into a container after catching it inside a well at Changaroth in Kozhikode in the Indian state of Kerala on May 21, 2018. - A deadly virus carried mainly by fruit bats has killed at least three people in southern India, sparking a statewide health alert May 21. Eight other deaths in the state of Kerala are being investigated for possible links to the Nipah virus, which has a 70 percent mortality rate. (Photo by - / AFP) (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)

The most feared viruses are those for which medical science has not yet developed a treatment, cure or preventive vaccine. Often, such viral agents have only been recently discovered and emerged as an outbreak in a particular region of the world. This is the case for the Nipah virus (NiV), which has claimed the lives of at least nine people in India this year.

Nipah virus was first discovered in Malaysia in the late 1990s when an outbreak of the virus struck approximately 265 people. People became sick after physically interacting with pigs in the area, with symptoms manifesting as brain inflammation.

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Elephants’ intense fear of bees may just save their lives.

One of the most common causes of death for Asian elephants in India isn’t poaching (due largely to their smaller tusk size), but train accidents.

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Hindu devotees perform music during the rally on the occasion of Holi Festival. (Saikat Paul/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Happy Holi 2018! Today begins the spring festival celebrated in the Indian subcontinent and all over the world by Hindus. The date represents the arrival of spring and the end of winter, while also serving as a thanksgiving time for spiritual renewal of relationships.

Like the Jewish Purim holiday before it, Holi begins the night before since the Hindu calendar, like the Hebrew calendar, begins days on the night before. The evening beginning Holi is called Purnima, which means full Moon day.

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