Hong Kong, Hong Hong Kong, Hong Kong Turning University discussed on CNN 10 (video)

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Delete delete author of the study. Says he doesn't know if that's actually harmful the blood still leaving the head through other pathways so flowing backwards through a jugular vein may not be dangerous but he says it does show a change in how blood moves through the body while in space another issue this study found was blood clots. One astronaut had one another showed signs of a partial blood clot that is potentially harmful as the clocks can block the flow of blood to the lungs. The astronaut who had one was treated for the rest of the space flight in made it home safely. What does all this mean? Will one researcher says these issues have probably been occurring since humans first ventured into space and they would likely resolve themselves when astronauts came back down to Earth knowing about them now gives doctors something else to monitor when people leave our atmosphere. All schools are shut down today in the East Asian City of Hong Kong some university campuses. They're have become a rallying point for protesters who among other things have called for more for democracy in the city. Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China meaning. It has more freedoms than the mainland. But those who've been protesting for almost six months now were concerned that China's communist government is increasing its power in Hong Kong and they see Hong Kong's government and police has being aligned with China over the weekend demonstrators at Hong Kong Polytechnic University targeted police with gasoline bombs. Bricks launched from catapults and bows and arrows. One Arrow hit an officer in the leg. Authorities fired water cannons and tear gas at protesters and police say that if the demonstrators continue to use weapons they'll respond with minimum force and and if they have no other choice live ammunition. The violent clashes between police and protesters in Hong Kong Turning University. Campuses into scorched marched battlegrounds. For five months demonstrators have been fighting against a Beijing's increasing influence over the territory. They have smashed mainland Chinese. He's banks vandalized a state run newspaper office and trashed restaurants. Run by owners who support Beijing. Once city mainlanders flocked to for a taste of western affluence and education many or now fleeing Hong Kong heading back to the mainland some boarding police boat to get out these passengers took a train across the border into Shenzhen China several or university students the violence abruptly ending their semesters greeted here with signs. Like this. It reads we are one family we are with you. The young man holding it has can we not show his face fearing retaliation he tells us his company sent him offering in temporary housing to mainland Chinese students leaving their Hong Kong universities. Go on with them and we WANNA help to ease their situation a little and give them some warmth Ormes hotels in Shenzhen are rolling out the red welcome home signs. The Communist Youth League run by the Communist Party of China among the first step up to assist list with the growing exodus of young people pro Beijing private businesses and alumni networks from Chinese universities. Also helping the students find a place to stay. Hey this mainland student tells us she left. The Education University of Hong Kong after administrators canceled classes last week. She like everyone. We spoke with fearful to reveal her identity experiencing a mix of emotions. Fear confusion uncertainty even resentment toward the violent protesters. Just try to destroy the normal people's lives and it will influence our graduation so really On heavy back in Hong Kong we found other mainlanders like Charlie staying put for now. I think lean their students are scared. I worried but I have to say that. I cannot see many student targeted by those protesters. or who would he buy. Those protesters are the local customers but his mother still worries after seeing the images of destruction she traveled from the mainland to Hong Hong Kong to check in on her son. Charley says early on in the movement he actually sympathised the demonstrate. I in my mind. They need to recuse. Involvements violence that's led to this campuses that once promoted dialogue left near empty shattered chart residents residents now cleaning up wondering what will ignite necks David Culver CNN second trivia. What did these port cities is located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea? Venice Italy Palermo elite Barcelona Spain or Istanbul Turkey. All these sports are located in the Mediterranean region. The only one on the Adriatic Sea is Venice and it was a strong storm system in the Adriatic that contributed to another high tide in Venice on Sunday. The waters rose to about fifty nine inches in the lagoon goons city which is considered an exceptional high watermark. But it's still well. Short of last Tuesday's peak of more than seventy three inches forecasters don't expect they'll get that. That high again over the next few days high tide on Saturday was actually welcome relief for Venetian struggling with the worst flooding. In half century it filled historic saint mark's square but was not enough to do more damage than already done. This cafe opened for the first time. Since it's Tuesday's high watermark said more than a foot of water inside enough to break the dishwasher and the fridge is waiter told us every year Venetians nations roll up our sleeves start working again. Venice is our lady we will protect her. Meanwhile at Saint Mark's basilica the water at the door didn't knock doc before entering but it's still got their attention. We have a we have a more than a level of water. It's not uncommon for water to enter the outer atrium. Support was even a special drainage system to handle it but Pierpaolo chemistry says it was just the second time there's been significant flooding in the main chamber ten centimeters there and another meter in the crypt. The water came and went quickly but the salt in the water stays in the nine hundred year. Old walls much longer longer eating away at the marble brick near the floor and even on the mosaic ceiling. And that's the damage and the damage just down the canal. Still hear the sound of music at one of the most important conservatories in Italy. But the orchestra's being conducted by students and volunteers is working to dry out some fifty meters worth of bookshelves. That ended up partially submerged. But why were they ever on the ground floor. This could have been easily practices the first question but probably the with the this floor of the of the first floor was not strong enough to keep the weight. So that's why the move them themselves. The most valuable books and manuscripts or being passed up sent away to be frozen to stop the fragile historic pages ages from deteriorating only thought out when the conservatory has the money to restore them. Not Anytime soon back at Saint Marks. They're preparing airing for their first mass in almost a week praying the worst has come and gone as they wait for. What's forecast to be another exceptionally high tide on Sunday? Cleveland Ohio is one of hundreds of US locations that recently saw record cold cold for this time of year but whoever this is knows how to make the best of it it was from the twentieth floor of a nearby hotel that a guest recorded a mysterious spiderman and making his mark in an open field. Why is he mysterious? Because when the person who got the video went outside to see who it was the man like a spider had hopped office office web and into thin air. Maybe he was feeling reclusive or he just like using his long legs to go wandering somewhere else but I don't Iraq need to say. It took a torrential lot out of effort to such an orb. Just display. Imagine what he could have done with eight legs. Now that would've jumped all over the world wide web for CNN uh-huh.

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