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  • Trump Administration Asks Congress to Reauthorize NSA’s Deactivated Call Records Program
  • Math Is Beautiful, Study Says
  • This Supercomputer Is Generating Millions of Universes
  • New Allegations: Capital One Suspect Stole From 30+ Organizations
  • Japanese Anime Studio Khara Moving to Blender
  • Ten Years of icy Data Show the Flow of Heat from the Arctic Seafloor
  • New Bluetooth KNOB Flaw Lets Attackers Manipulate Traffic
  • Laser and Sensor Research to be Advanced by new Inquiries into Plasmonic-Photonic Crystals
  • Phishing Campaign Uses Google Drive to Bypass Email Gateways
  • New Trojan Records Your Screen When on Sex Related Sites
  • Spain’s First Open Source Satellite
  • Chemists Make First-Ever Ring of Pure Carbon
  • Google Removes Option to Disable Nest Cams’ Status Light
  • GE Stock Has Worst Day in 11 Years After Madoff Whistleblower Calls It a Bigger Fraud Than Enron
  • Denmark Offers to Buy United States
  • Marvell Looking to Integrate Machine Learning Engines Onto SSD Controllers
  • Archaeologists Discovered An Invaluable Cache Of Ritual Artifacts At Pompeii
  • Security Researcher Gets $12,000 In Parking Tickets After 'NULL' License Plate Trick Backfires
  • Fishing Leads To Investigation Of Environmental Changes In Waterways
  • Ohio's Attorney General Just Made It Harder for Law Enforcement to Snoop Around its DMV DB
  • People are Still Drinking Bleach-and Vomiting and Pooping their Guts Out
  • TSMC Shows Off Gigantic Silicon Interposer
  • Ural Airlines A321 Lands Gear Up, Engines Off
  • After Porn Ban, Tumblr Sells for 0.3% of Earlier Price
  • Researchers: Cloud Services Compromise Mobile Apps
  • California Defies White House To Ban Controversial Pesticide
  • Cisc-O-No! 'We’re Being Uninvited To Bid' On China Deals Says CEO
  • HTTP2, Brute! Then Fall, Server. Admin! Ops! The Server Is Dead [Repost]
  • Former Google Employee Leaks Docs to Project Veritas, Claims Google Initiated Wellness Check[Repost]
  • Evidence of "Swimmer's Ear" Found in Neanderthals [Repost]
  • Attackers Try to Evade Defenses With Smaller DDoS Floods, Probes
  • Europe Has The Untapped Onshore Capacity To Meet Global Energy Demand [Repost]
  • New Cerberus Android Banker Uses Pedometer to Avoid Analysis [Repost]
  • New Evidence Highlights Growing Urban Water Crisis [Repost]
  • Giant Penguin Fossil Found in New Zealand [Repost]
  • SpaceX Will Need Taller Fairings to Compete for U.S. Air Force Launch Contracts [Repost]
  • WE'RE BACK - but It Has Been a Long, Hard Road
  • How Many Decimals of Pi Do We Really Need?
  • Schrdinger's Cat With 20 Qubits
  • Hard-Working Termites Crucial To Forest, Wetland Ecosystems
  • Taking Social Control Media Addiction to the Next Level - Tweeting from a Fridge
  • Rewriting The Periodic Table At High Pressure
  • Leaked Draft of Trump Executive Order to 'Censor the Internet'
  • Data Breach has Exposed Millions of Fingerprint and Facial Recognition Records
  • Hong Kong Airport Paralysed for a Second Day by Protesters; US Naval Ships Blocked
  • Just How Common Are Tornadoes In Europe?
  • Epstein Suicide Conspiracies Show How Our Information System Is Poisoned
  • FAA Prohibits Recalled MacBook Pros from Flights
  • The Lonely Work of Moderating Hacker News
  • Do Remember the Recent Russian Nuclear Accident Happened While Developing a Truly Insane Weapon
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  • 'I Want a Super-Smart Chair!'
  • Intel Patches Three High-Severity Vulnerabilities
  • Three Years Later, France's Solar Road is a Flop
  • YouTube's Algorithms Blamed For Brazil's Dangerous Conspiracy Video-Sharing on WhatsApp
  • Elon Musk Begins Selling $25 'Nuke Mars' T-Shirts
  • US Navy Tests WWII-ERA Messaging Tech: Dropping Bean Bags Onto Ships
  • Can JPEG XL Become the Next Free and Open Image Format?
  • Google Criticized For Vulnerability That Can Trick Its AI Into Deactivating Accounts
  • Dreams of Offshore Servers Haunt The Ocean-Based Micronation of 'Sealand'
  • 'Futurefon' Crowdfunded on Indiegogo Was Part Of a Multimillion-dollar Scam
  • June Windows Security Patch Broke Many EMF Files
  • Windows Update To Fix Critical 'Wormable' Flaws May Break VB Apps
  • 'Mining Bitcoin On a 1983 Apple II: a Highly Impractical Guide'
  • Chrome and Firefox Changes Spark the End of 'Extended Validation' Certificates
  • US Set To Give Huawei Another 90 Days To Buy From American Suppliers
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  • When it Comes to Gamma Radiation, the Moon is Actually Brighter Than the Sun
  • Why Build Big Rockets at All? It’s Time for Orbital Refueling
  • An Astrophotographer Noticed a Chunk of Ice Orbiting Comet 67P in Rosetta’s Photos
  • Neutron Star Suffers a “Glitch”, Gives Astronomers a Glimpse Into How They Work
  • Rocket Lab is Going to try to Re-use its First Stage Booster, Catching it in Mid-air With a Helicopter
  • Milky Way’s Black Hole Just Flared, Growing 75 Times as Bright for a Few Hours
  • Spacecraft Gyroscopes And Reaction Wheels. You Can Never Have Enough
  • Hardy Tardigrades on Board Israel’s Beresheet Lander Probably Survived the Crash
  • Astronomers Uncover Dozens of Previously Unknown Ancient and Massive Galaxies
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  • How to Setup SSH Passwordless Login in Debian 10
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  • Oracle Is Working To Upstream More Of DTrace To The Linux Kernel & eBPF Implementation
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  • Overstock's share price has plummeted. Is it Trump's trade war? Bad results? Nope, its CEO has gone bonkers...
  • Chrome add-on warns netizens when they use a leaked password. Sometimes, they even bother to change it
  • NSA asks Congress to permanently reauthorize spying program that was so shambolic, the snoops had shut it down
  • Dropbox would rather write code twice than try to make C++ work on both iOS and Android
  • Microsoft Surface users baffled after investing in kit that throttles itself to the point of passing out
  • Top tip: Don't upload your confidential biz files to free malware-scanning websites – everything is public
  • Gone in a flash: Oracle lays off hundreds as the biz formerly known as Pillar Data is shuttered
  • Alibaba: There's a trade war going on? Could've fooled us – just check out these swollen digits
  • Data cops order Ireland to delete 3.2m records after ID card wheeze ruled to be 'unlawful'
  • And you thought the cops were bad... Civil rights group warns of facial recog 'epidemic' across UK private sites
  • UK.gov opens 250k competition to tackle first-world problem of crap conference Wi-Fi
  • Apple fires legal salvo at Corellium claiming the virtual iPhone flinger is infringing copyright
  • Yorkshire public sector procurement body YPO opens 400m framework for data centres, cloud hosting and security
  • Fancy a career exposing cloud data leaks? Great news, companies are still largely clueless
  • UK.gov has £12m to help kick-start quantum techs that could be 'adopted at scale' – which is pretty niche, if we're honest
  • Astroboffins have spied the largest star that has gone supernova and it's breaking all the rules
  • Criminal mastermind signed name as 'Thief' on receipts after buying stuff with stolen card
  • Police costs for Gatwick drone fiasco double to nearly £900k – and still no one's been charged
  • Security? We've heard of it! But why be a party pooper when there's printing to be done
  • Just dying to get into neural networks? Need a start in deep learning? We can workshop it out
  • 'Deeply concerned' UK privacy watchdog thrusts probe into King's Cross face-recognizing snoop cam brouhaha
  • Apple's WebKit techs declare privacy circumvention to be a security issue
  • Kaspersky and Trend Micro get patch bonanza after ID flaw and password manager holes spotted
  • Salesforce takes the multi-signer DNSSEC ball and runs with it
  • Truckers, prepare to lose your jobs as UPS buys into self-driving tech
  • 'Hey Google, remind Greg the locks have been changed, and he should find a new place to live. Maybe ask his mistress?'
  • Ohio state's top legal eagle just made it harder for the FBI, ICE, cops to snoop around its DMV DB for people's faces
  • Cisco axes hundreds, shares tumble amid China cut-off – but we're winning the trade war, right? So much winning
  • Virtually all polled enterprises say they'll use SD-WAN in next two years. Do you know what it is? Let us fill you in
  • We're not going Huawei even if you ban our 5G kit, Chinese firm tells UK
  • If bigger seats and nicer nosh in British Airways' First Class still aren't enough, would sir like to wear some VR goggles?
  • Don't let your dreams be dreams! Itty-bitty space shuttle to ride into orbit on a Vulcan Centaur
  • Tariffs, don't like it. Rock the AFA, rock the AFA: NetApp's all-flash sales crash hits top-line stats
  • Bomb-hoaxing DoSer who targeted police in revenge was caught after Twitter taunts
  • Guys, it's fine. Don't worry about randomers listening to your Skype convos. Microsoft has tweaked an FAQ a bit
  • Now you see them... IBM made over 800 UK jobs vanish in 2018 despite improving fortunes
  • Poor old Jupiter has had a rough childhood after getting a massive hit from a mega-Earth
  • Quick question, what the Hull? City khazi is a top UK tourist destination
  • How dodgy browser plugins, web scripts can silently rewrite that URL you were about to hit – and throw you into an internet wormhole
  • World recoils in horror as smartphone maker accused of helping government snoops read encrypted texts, track device whereabouts
  • Talk about keeping it in the family: Dell-owned Pivotal shares rocket after Dell-owned VMware mulls gobbling it up
  • Cisc-o-no! 'We’re being uninvited to bid' on China deals admits CEO as Middle Kingdom snub freaks out investors
  • Intel: Listen up, you NUC-leheads! Mini PCs and compute sticks just got a major security fix
  • Chin up, CapitalOne: You may not have been the suspected hacker's only victim. Feds fear 30-plus organizations hit
  • WeWork filed its IPO homework. So we had a look at its small print and... yowser. What has El Reg got itself into?
  • Mind your MANRS: Internet Society names and shames network operators that bungle their routing security
  • Simons says don't push us: FTC boss warns regulator could totally break up big tech companies if it wanted
  • Six-day cruise lies ahead for India's Chandrayaan-2 probe before the real lunar shenanigans begin
  • Microsoft slathers Visual Studio 2019 with extra Docker love, triggers Hot Reload in Preview 2
  • While US ban hit Huawei and inventory overload clipped Apple, Samsung quietly stole smartphone market share back in Q2

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  • [$] Reconsidering unprivileged BPF
  • kdevops: a devops framework for Linux kernel development
  • Stable kernels 5.2.9, 4.19.67, and 4.14.139
  • Security updates for Friday
  • KDE Applications 19.08 Brings New Features to Konsole, Dolphin, Kdenlive, Okular and Dozens of Other Apps (KDE.News)
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  • [$] Hardening the "file" utility for Debian
  • EPEL 8.0 released
  • Kroah-Hartman: Patch Workflow With Mutt - 2019
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  • [$] Corner cases and exception types
  • [$] Long-term get_user_pages() and truncate(): solved at last?
  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • FSF News
  • Six more devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF job opportunity: campaigns manager
  • OpenStreetMap and Deborah Nicholson win 2018 FSF Awards
  • Seven new devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Activists and experts gather in Cambridge for ethical tech conference to celebrate software freedom on March 23-24
  • FSF Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report now available
  • Vikings D8 Mainboard and D8 Workstation now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF adds Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million from Handshake
  • FSF job opportunity: web developer
  • Keynotes announced for LibrePlanet 2019 free software conference
  • FSF statement on Microsoft joining the Open Invention Network
  • FSF job opportunity: program manager
  • FSF takes international day of action for a Day Without DRM on September 18th
  • Eleventh annual LibrePlanet conference set for March 23-24, 2019
  • Deeplinks
  • Victory! California Supreme Court Blocks Sweeping Search Condition of Minors’ Electronic Devices and Social Media Accounts
  • Trailblazing Tech Scholar danah boyd, Groundbreaking Cyberpunk Author William Gibson, and Influential Surveillance Fighters Oakland Privacy Win EFF’s Pioneer Awards
  • EFF se suma a organizaciones de Amrica Latina que se oponen a la acusacin de Ola Bini
  • Interoperability and Privacy: Squaring the Circle
  • Victory! Lawsuit May Proceed Against Facebook’s Biometric Surveillance
  • Amazon’s Ring Is a Perfect Storm of Privacy Threats
  • Second Circuit Rules That Section 230 Bars Civil Terrorism Claims Against Facebook
  • Opening the Door for Censorship: New Trademark Enforcement Mechanisms Added for Top-Level Domains
  • EFF Delegation Returns from Ecuador, says Ola Bini’s Case is Political, Not Criminal
  • DEEP DIVE: CBP’s Social Media Surveillance Poses Risks to Free Speech and Privacy Rights
  • 'IBM PC Compatible': How Adversarial Interoperability Saved PCs From Monopolization
  • ICE’s Rapid DNA Testing on Migrants at the Border Is Yet Another Iteration of Family Separation
  • In Ecuador, Political Actors Must Step Away From Ola Bini’s Case
  • EFF at Vegas Security Week
  • Google’s Plans for Chrome Extensions Won’t Really Help Security
  • The T-Mobile and Sprint Merger Is Blatantly Anticompetitive
  • DOJ and FBI Show No Signs of Correcting Past Untruths in Their New Attacks on Encryption
  • Someone Is Suing Companies for Using SMS Messages in 2019
  • Building Community in Brooklyn: A Grassroots Case Study
  • Equifax Settlement Won’t be Enough to Deter Future Breaches: The Law Must Catch Up
  • Congress Is Home For the Summer and Ready to Hear From You
  • Thanks for Fighting for a Better Digital Future
  • The Key to Safety Online Is User Empowerment, Not Censorship
  • This Summer, Take Some Time to Stand Up for Net Neutrality
  • Fixed? The FTC Orders Facebook to Stop Using Your 2FA Number for Ads
  • Adblocking: How About Nah?
  • Original Cult of the Dead Cow Members Keep it "Wacky, Weird, and Wild" to Celebrate Joseph Menn's Newest Book
  • Thank Q, Next
  • EFF Extensions Recommended by Firefox
  • The FTC-Facebook Settlement Does Too Little to Protect Your Privacy
  • When Will We Get the Full Truth About How and Why the Government Is Using Face Recognition?
  • Thank Laws Supported By AT&T and Comcast for California’s Broadband Monopoly Problem
  • New Chilean Quin Defiende Tus Datos? Report Shows Greater ISPs Commitment to User Privacy
  • Department of Commerce: Address Privacy Before Licensing Satellites to Watch Over Us
  • Don’t Let Encrypted Messaging Become a Hollow Promise
  • Victory: Oakland City Council Votes to Ban Government Use of Face Surveillance
  • SAMBA versus SMB: Adversarial Interoperability is Judo for Network Effects
  • A Bad Copyright Bill Moves Forward With No Serious Understanding of Its Dangers
  • Sharpening Our Claws: Teaching Privacy Badger to Fight More Third-Party Trackers
  • House Judiciary Committee Continues Its Antitrust Inquiry Into the Internet Marketplace
  • The Design Behind EFF's New Membership Shirt
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF, ACLU Will Ask Court to Rule In Favor of Travelers Suing DHS Over Unconstitutional, Warrantless Searches of Cellphones, Laptops
  • EFF Sues AT&T, Data Aggregators For Giving Bounty Hunters and Other Third Parties Access to Customers’ Real-Time Locations
  • Knowing the “Value” of Our Data Won’t Fix Our Privacy Problems
  • President Trump Loses — Government Can't Block Critics on Social Media
  • Adjusting the Scope of our Security Vulnerability Disclosure Program
  • Interoperability: Fix the Internet, Not the Tech Companies
  • Life-Altering Copyright Lawsuits Could Come to Regular Internet Users Under a New Law Moving in the Senate
  • California’s Senate Judiciary Committee Blocks Efforts to Weaken California’s Privacy Law
  • Don’t Be Scared: European and Chinese Software Patents Won't Hurt U.S. Businesses
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  • WATCH demolition of last cooling towers at England’s ‘eyesore’ power station
  • Hard Brexit will hit UK with food, fuel & medicine shortages, leaked govt doc warns
  • UFC 241: Nate Diaz calls out Jorge Masvidal after thrilling win
  • UFC 241: Stipe Miocic stops Daniel Cormier to reclaim UFC heavyweight title (VIDEO)
  • Shallow 5.0 magnitude earthquake strikes Taiwan
  • 13 arrested, 6 injured after Portland protests descend into violence
  • Epstein’s lawyers unsatisfied with suicide ruling, promise own independent probe
  • ‘We are moving into a new, controlled society worse than old totalitarianism’ – Zizek on Google leak
  • VIDEOS show Antifa attacking bus, cornering right-wing protesters as Portland rally turns violent
  • China & N. Korea ‘to boost military ties & provide security in Asia-Pacific’ amid tensions with US
  • 63 killed, scores injured as blast rocks Afghan wedding hall in Kabul
  • 'Bogus': Real Madrid fans in shock as Luka Modric issued first-ever straight red card (VIDEO)
  • Nate Diaz holds the key to unlock the UFC welterweight division
  • Flat-Earther’s steamy homemade rocket is set to launch him from California desert
  • Antifa may be branded ‘organization of terror,’ Trump warns, ahead of Portland right-left showdown
  • 'It wasn't safe': Naomi Osaka's US Open defense in doubt after knee injury picked up in Cincinnati
  • Tulsi Gabbard lists political correctness among threats to American values
  • ‘How is that non-news?’ Lee Camp REVEALS why MSM choose to ignore Honduras & Brazil unrest
  • UK seaside town tries to quench hot passions with water-spraying anti-sex toilets
  • Steele dossier ‘pumped myths’ into the US justice system – former Trump adviser Carter Page
  • Thousands of communists rally for fair elections in Moscow (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Lionel Messi set to win UEFA Men's Player of the Year as results leak online
  • ‘Accusations must be proven’: Spain’s Royal Theater backs Placido Domingo amid ‘Me Too’ allegations
  • UFC 242: Khabib v Poirier to be broadcast free-to-air on Russian state 'First Channel'
  • Nine injured as fireworks display goes terribly WRONG in France (VIDEOS)
  • Nuke hashtags? Elon Musk takes aim at social media ‘abomination’
  • Kashmir is ‘definitely a nuclear flashpoint,’ Pakistan Armed Forces spokesman warns
  • China prepares its 'nuclear option' in trade war
  • 400 holidaymakers evacuated as tourist ferry STRIKES ROCKS en route from Ibiza
  • Phone lines and internet partially restored in Kashmir as India eases two-week lockdown
  • Doomed comet’s fiery death caught on VIDEO as it plunges into the Sun
  • US slashes Pakistan’s aid by $440mn amid Kashmir tensions
  • WATCH China’s new commercial-use rocket deliver 3 satellites into orbit
  • Russian satellites may soon become INVISIBLE from Earth
  • ‘Just fake news’: Huawei VP rejects WSJ report of employees spying on African politicians
  • Japan may offer its Fukushima robots to US for denuclearization of North Korea – report
  • Snopes roasted after posting 'study' claiming 28% of Republicans think Babylon Bee articles are real
  • Good thing your grandma won’t see you! Trump trolls Tlaib over refusal to visit Israel
  • US policy destroyed Honduras, & Honduras’ destruction created opening for Trump – Max Blumenthal
  • Failed state made in the USA: Ex-president of Honduras and coup victim Zelaya tells all
  • Pentagon to name new facility after Curtis ‘Bombs Away’ LeMay
  • 'Easy Rider' actor Peter Fonda dies at 79
  • EU may talk tough, but it needs Brexit deal as much as UK – Galloway on German leaks
  • US unseals warrant to seize Iranian 'Grace 1' tanker released in Gibraltar
  • Kim overseas launch of ‘new weapon’ - state media
  • Reported! Instagram to roll out special button letting users flag ‘fake posts’
  • US Customs and Border Protection systems down, airports affected nationwide
  • Twitter censors come for Scaramucci over ‘fat shaming’ Trump
  • Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide - medical examiner
  • Why does this American MMA fighter wear Khabib’s famous papakha hat?
  • Between F-16 sale to Taiwan, Hong Kong and tariffs, China has no reason to trust US
  • Boycott Chan? Jackie angers woke fans over Hong Kong comments supporting ‘peace’ & ‘patriotism’
  • Man in bulletproof vest and knife prompts road closure near Israel embassy in Washington
  • Gulp! Scientists ‘detect black hole swallowing neutron star for first time’
  • Turkish-US safe zone center in NE Syria to begin work next week – Ankara
  • ‘Land of Warriors’: Welcome to Dagestan (Episode 1)
  • Girl won't be allowed to sing with prestigious German boys' choir as legal bid fails
  • Rashida Tlaib’s West Bank trip was ‘provocation to embarrass Israel’ – Israeli interior minister
  • Eccentric embroidery propels 81yo dementia sufferer to Instagram stardom (PHOTOS)
  • Washington advances sale of F-16 fighters to Taiwan – US senator
  • More than two thirds of Americans don’t believe Epstein died by suicide
  • Russian billionaire Prokhorov to sell Brooklyn Nets to owner of Alibaba
  • Hong Kong banks say threat of massive cash withdrawals by protesters won’t cause problems
  • Pakistan PM Khan discusses Kashmir situation with Trump ahead of UNSC meeting – FM
  • Citing ‘oppressive conditions,’ Rep. Tlaib signals she won’t visit Israel after entry ban reversal
  • Khan claims Pakistan ‘doesn’t fear death,’ as Modi maintians stony silence
  • Intergender MMA matches would end sport’s tiresome gender debate once and for all
  • ‘I could see my house!’ Injured British Superbike racer shares footage of spectacular crash (VIDEO)
  • UK military strength down for 9th straight year, is MoD’s ‘millennials’ recruitment drive failing?
  • Poland may join US-led mission in Strait of Hormuz – ministry
  • Heroes of Russia: Putin awards pilots with country’s highest honor for saving 233 lives
  • German Finance Minister Scholz enters race for SPD leadership
  • Huawei to unveil its own mapping service to challenge Google Maps
  • Modern medicine declares war on loneliness with drugs & bots, threatening introverts with extinction
  • Merkel, Johnson to meet over Brexit – spokesman
  • India vowed not to use nukes first, but that may change one day – defense minister
  • 3 suspicious packages near NYC subway trigger police op & evacuation
  • WATCH Latest military video of Russia’s new heavy combat drone on its maiden flight
  • Andrey Rublev & Swiss tennis icon: Who clobbered Roger Federer in Cincinnati?
  • Conor McGregor 'set to be charged' for pub sucker-punch – reports
  • Over a barrel: Trump’s oil sanctions make Russian crude exporters $1 billion richer
  • Bangladesh making 2nd attempt to return Rohingya to Myanmar – UN
  • ‘Barbie doll’: Liberal Democrat accused of sexism after mocking Labour rival in YouTube rant
  • Onyx-pected: Cop catches driver playing Pokemon Go on 8 phones at the same time
  • 'We’re not for sale': Greenland’s FM fires back at reports Trump toyed with idea of buying Greenland
  • What happened when she ‘supported’ Libya? Chinese media roasts Hillary Clinton over Hong Kong
  • After ban on screening Indian films, Pakistan goes after its adverts & Bollywood merchandise
  • Israel reverses travel ban on US lawmaker Tlaib, allowing her to visit Palestinian grandmother
  • Indonesia president proposes moving capital from Jakarta to Borneo
  • Iran made ‘no commitments’ over released tanker, Syria ‘wasn’t its destination’
  • ‘Send him location!’ Khabib says McGregor should go to jail for punching man in Dublin pub
  • ‘Nuke Mars’: Elon Musk sets Twitter on fire with interplanetary declaration of war
  • Japan keeps gobbling up US debt as Russia keeps on dumping
  • Lebanon open to talks over Israeli border ‘under US mediation’ – PM Hariri
  • US slaps crew of Iranian supertanker with visa ban after it set sail from Gibraltar
  • Hong Kong in US’ crosshairs? No matter where there’s revolution, we’re there, Ron Paul says
  • India to ease clampdown in Jammu and Kashmir in next few days, govt tells Supreme Court
  • N. Korea rejects further peace talks with Seoul in protest over joint war drills with US
  • New ORGAN found just beneath the skin may be responsible for certain types of pain
  • US warns of ‘serious consequences’ after Iranian tanker released by Gibraltar

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  • At least 13 people arrested at Portland, Oregon, protest
  • At least 13 people arrested at Portland, Oregon, protest
  • Police arrested at least 13 people and seized metal poles, bear spray and other weapons Saturday as hundreds of far-right protesters and anti-fascist counter-demonstrators swarmed downtown Portland, Oregon. Authorities closed bridges and streets to try to keep the rival groups apart. They were largely successful.
  • China condemns US lawmakers' support for Hong Kong protests
  • China condemns US lawmakers' support for Hong Kong protests
  • A spokesman for China's ceremonial legislature has condemned statements from U.S. lawmakers supportive of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement.
  • Israeli troops kill 3 Palestinians near Gaza fence
  • Israeli troops kill 3 Palestinians near Gaza fence
  • Israeli forces opened fire at a group of Palestinian gunmen as they tried to cross the Gaza border, the military said Sunday and Palestinian health officials said three of the men were killed.
  • Afghan wedding suicide blast kills 63
  • Afghan wedding suicide blast kills 63
  • A suicide bomber killed 63 people and wounded 182 in an attack on a wedding reception in the Afghan capital on Saturday night, the interior ministry said.
  • Bulgaria seizes cocaine smuggled in banana shipment
  • Bulgaria seizes cocaine smuggled in banana shipment
  • A warehouse worker has discovered 75 kilograms of cocaine hidden among bananas shipped from Ecuador to Bulgaria's Black Sea port of Burgas, prosecutors and police said Saturday.
  • Sisi appoints new Suez Canal Authority chairman: statement
  • Sisi appoints new Suez Canal Authority chairman: statement
  • Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi appointed Lieutenant General Osama Rabie as chairman of the Suez Canal Authority, the presidency said in a statement Saturday.
  • Heavy downpour paralyzes Istanbul, historic Grand Bazaar, kills one
  • Downpour paralyzes Istanbul, historic Grand Bazaar, kills one
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  • Alaska Records Its Warmest Month Ever; Future Records Likely
  • ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Promotion Jams up Los Angeles
  • Finding Dory Did Not Increase Demand for Pet Fish, Despite Viral Media Stories
  • Were Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Created as an ‘Anti-Masturbatory Morning Meal’?
  • Florida Vacation Home Invaded by Vomiting Vultures
  • Is This a Photo of a Man Feeding a Polar Bear?
  • ‘Easy Rider’ Star and Writer Peter Fonda Has Died at Age 79
  • White Arkansas Woman Pulls Gun on 4 Black Fundraising Teens
  • Are Ingredients in ‘Impossible’ and ‘Beyond Meat’ Burgers Indistinguishable from Dog Food?
  • Medical Examiner Confirms Epstein Death a Suicide by Hanging
  • The New Yorker August 19, 2019
  • The Radical Transformations of a Battered Women’s Shelter
  • The Fight to Redefine Racism
  • Cyrus Grace Dunham on a Year Without a Name
  • Stacey Abrams’s Fight for a Fair Vote
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  • “Sherman’s Showcase” Celebrates a Lost TV Genre
  • “Sea Wall/A Life” and “Coriolanus,” Reviewed
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