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Google responds to CCN.com’s closure announcement and blacklisting cryptocurrency sites

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By this time, everyone must have heard about the closure announcement of CCN.com which is a big cryptocurrency news website. However, they say that after the June 2019 update, they have been hit hard. For this reason, their traffic as well as revenue has taken a major hit and is not sustainable anymore.

However, CCN.com took a u-turn and announced that they are not going anywhere. The reason is that they are seeing their content being indexed once again in Google search results. And they believe that it will take time to get back to where they were before but they will get there eventually.

On the Google June 2019 update, CCN.com alleged that Google is targetting Cryptocurrency news sites with this update. However, Google hints that those allegations are not true. One of Google’s representatives has said that “With any update, some sites might not perform as well as in the past, while other sites might perform better.”

Obviously, Google does not reveal much regarding what is included in the update but this is still a good hint at what exactly goes on at the company. On the issue of Google targetting Cryptocurrency news websites with this update, CCN.com’s Borchgrevink says that “I know they all are (worried)” hinting at the website owners who are worried about this update. Also, he says that “I’ve been in touch with most of them”.

However, CCN.com’s rankings drop is not seen by other major cryptocurrency publications. In fact, The Block has noticed that their website is up by 70% month-on-month from May vs April and they say that “we continue to see record traffic despite the Google Core Update, which had a minor negative impact on our traffic”. CoinDesk’s John Biggs, on the issue of the negative impact of June 2019 update, says “Not that anyone has noticed.” This reveals that not every Cryptocurrency news site is affected which means that those websites were not the target

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13 Killed In Peru Nightclub Stampede

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At least 13 people have been killed in a stampede at a nightclub in the South American country of Peru.

According to the news agency, a stampede broke out in a nightclub in an attempt to avoid arrest.

According to the news agency, six people were also injured in the stampede and were shifted to the hospital for medical treatment.

According to the news agency, 23 people have been arrested from the nightclub for violating the restrictions imposed to prevent the coronavirus.

Peru was the first Latin American country to decide to ease stricter restrictions on the coronavirus.

Peru has seen a sharp rise in the number of people infected with the coronavirus in recent days.

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UAE And Israeli Health Ministers Agree To Cooperate

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A telephone call has been made between the UAE and Israeli health ministers. According to the Emirati News Agency, the two leaders agreed to cooperate in the health sector.

According to the Israeli Ministry of Health, the two countries also agreed to cooperate in research on medicine, medicine, and corona.

According to Israeli officials, representatives of both countries and trade delegations will be appointed for cooperation.

According to the Israeli Ministry of Health, a student exchange program will be launched between the two countries after the end of Corona.

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US And Coalition Forces Withdraw From Taji Military Base In Iraq

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US and coalition forces have withdrawn from Iraq’s Taji military base.

According to the news agency, US coalition forces have handed over the Taji military base to Iraqi forces after the withdrawal.

There were 2,000 US coalition troops at the Taji military base, which is now under the control of Iraqi forces.

According to the news agency, there have been several rocket attacks by Iran on the Taji military base located 20 kilometers north of the capital Baghdad.

According to the news agency, the US coalition forces have evacuated 8 military bases in Iraq this year.

According to the news agency, 5,000 US and 2,500 coalition troops are stationed in Iraq.

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