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HUNT FOR TABERNACLE Experts search for site that held Ark of the Covenant

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"We have just begun the process of accumulating evidence but we're confident that the tabernacle rested at Shiloh," he said, adding that that the tabernacle was located at Shiloh for about 350 years. A host of other items were also found during the recent excavation including objects used to create seals and scarabs - ancient beetle-shaped carvings that were used for inscriptions and amulets. ABR's research is focused firmly on locating the tabernacle site at Shiloh, and Stripling is confident that future digs will deliver results. "We're revealing the material culture of the ancient cultures, they often do shed light on the biblical texts," Stripling added.


Charlie Gard's disease and legal case: An explainer - What causes infant's rare condition?

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A British court is allowing the parents of a terminally ill baby the opportunity to present fresh evidence to prove their son should receive experimental treatment and not be taken off life support. The hospital applied for the new court hearing last week because of "new evidence relating to the potential treatment for his condition" presented by researchers at the Vatican's children's hospital and another medical facility outside of Britain. Francis gave Chris Gard and Connie Yates, Charlie's parents, until Wednesday to present new evidence and set a new hearing for Thursday. Chris Gard and Connie Yates hold their baby son, Charlie Gard, at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.


Uber admits it knew ex-Google engineer kept trade secrets

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Waymo, the self-driving car developer created by Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google, has accused Uber of using stolen trade secrets in its own software that would serve as the backbone of autonomous vehicles. Waymo's lawsuit maintains that Uber then transplanted the intellectual property allegedly stolen by Levandowski into its own fleet of self-driving vehicles -- a charge that Uber has adamantly denied since Waymo filed its complaint in federal court four months ago. The filing asserts that Levandowski destroyed the disks containing Google's material not long after Kalanick told him that Uber didn't want the information on them. Kalanick resigned as Uber's CEO Tuesday week after investors demanded he step down.