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  • Facebook Notification Spam Has Crossed the Line
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  • Hashflare, One of the Largest Cloud Bitcoin Mining Companies, Abruptly Disables SHA-256 Mining Contracts, Leaving Customers Furious
  • Some Scientists Work With China, But NASA Won't
  • Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter Launch the Data Transfer Project
  • Personal Info of 1.5m SingHealth Patients, Including PM Lee, Stolen in Singapore's Worst Cyber Attack
  • New Zealand Firm's Four-Day Week an 'Unmitigated Success'
  • Two US Hyperloop Startups Line Up Financing From China
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  • Weird New Fruits Could Hit Aisles Soon Thanks To Gene Editing
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  • NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will Inspect the Atmospheres of Distant Gas Giants
  • Enter the Red Planet: Our Guide to Mars Opposition 2018
  • NASA’s Juno Mission Spots Another Possible Volcano on Jupiter’s Moon Io
  • How Fast is the Universe Expanding? Hubble and Gaia Team Up to Conduct the Most Accurate Measurements to Date
  • NASA Simulation Shows How Europa’s “Fossil Ocean” Rises to the Surface Over Time
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  • Cassini’s “Grande Finale” Earns an Emmy Nomination!
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  • Doctor, doctor, I feel like my IoT-enabled vacuum cleaner is spying on me
  • Microsoft still longs to be a 'lifestyle' brand, but the cupboard looks bare
  • Cybercrooks slurp nearly $1m from Russian bank after pwning router at regional branch
  • Accounting software biz Intuit flogging bit barn to throw its lot in with AWS
  • As Corning unveils its latest Gorilla Glass, we ask: What happened to sapphire mobe screens?
  • UK's Huawei handler dials back support for Chinese giant's kit in critical infrastructure
  • ♫ The Core i9 clock cycles go up. Who cares where they come down?
  • If only 3D desktop printers could 3D print sales! Units crash in Q1
  • Why Google won't break a sweat about EU ruling
  • What if tech moguls brewed real ale?
  • Either my name, my password or my soul is invalid – but which?
  • You're burning 1.2bn for what? UK spending watchdog gives digital court plans a kicking
  • What does AI and machine learning mean for finance, security, energy?
  • Boss helped sysadmin take down horrible client with swift kick to the nether regions
  • Alien sun has smashing time sucking up planets
  • Get rich with Firefox or *(int *)NULL = 0 trying: Automated bug-bounty hunter build touted
  • Bonkers Azure bookings give Microsoft a record-breaking $110bn year
  • Boffins mix AI and chemicals to create super-fast lab assistant
  • Acquisition Galvanize'd: Code bootcamp Hack Reactor eyed up by hungry tech trainers
  • Fukushima reactors lend exotic nuclear finish to California's wines
  • Mmm, yes. 11-nines data durability? Mmmm, that sounds good. Except it's virtually meaningless
  • Declassified files reveal how pre-WW2 Brits smashed Russian crypto
  • Architects? Power-hungry GPU fiends? HP has something for you
  • Brit tech forges alliance to improve cyber security as MPs moan over 'acute scarcity' of experts
  • Adobe on internal systems security hole: Panic not. It isn't critical
  • Spooked Cisco chief phoned AWS, asked: You're not making a switch, are you?
  • Ah, British summer. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, the internet is on the fritz
  • Liquidators appointed for Tintri UK as DDN bids to become reseller
  • Azure running out of internets in UK South, starts rationing VMs
  • British Airways' latest Total Inability To Support Upwardness of Planes* caused by Amadeus system outage
  • Taps running dry for Capita? Southern Water pens 5-year managed service
  • 5G whizz: Ericsson just turned in first profit since 2016
  • Azure promises to keep your backups safe and snug for up to 10 years
  • Want to save more on Serverless Computing? You’ve gotta be FaaS
  • Why why why Di Data? Brit limb Advanced Infrastructure has date with administrators
  • Airbus UK infosec gros fromage: Yep, we work with arch-rivals Boeing
  • Oldest swinger in town, Slackware, notches up a quarter of a century
  • Windows Server 2019 tweaked to stop it getting clock-blocked
  • Elon Musk, his arch nemesis DeepMind swear off AI weapons
  • Oz researchers, uni unite against Defence overreach
  • Telco IT admins on red alert as Cisco flings out patches for security holes in policy toolkit
  • ME! ME! ME! – Intel's management tech gets a quartet of security fixes
  • Big(ish) Blue: IBM sales creep up four per cent, share price follows suit
  • Techie sues ex-bosses, claims their AI avatar tech was faked – and he was allegedly beaten up after crying foul
  • Bloke accused of netting $5m on inside info about Lattice Semiconductor
  • Who's leaving Amazon S3 buckets open online now? Cybercroooks, US election autodialers
  • Google Cloud Platform reins in its trigger-happy account-axing AI cops
  • Will this biz be poutine up the cash? Hackers demand dosh to not leak stolen patient records
  • Windows 10 IoT Core Services unleashed to public preview
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  • Public Lab and Karen Sandler are 2017 Free Software Awards winners
  • LibrePlanet free software conference celebrates 10th anniversary, this weekend at MIT, March 24-25
  • Free Software Foundation releases FY2016 Annual Report
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million donation from Pineapple Fund
  • Announcing LibrePlanet 2018 keynote speakers
  • FSF adds PureOS to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
  • Federal employees can now support the FSF through the Combined Federal Campaign
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  • LibrePlanet free software conference celebrates 10th anniversary, CFP and registration open now
  • FSF announces new fiscal sponsorship for SeaGL conference
  • Fifteen new devices from Technoethical now RYF-certified to respect your freedom
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  • Between You, Me, and Google: Problems With Gmail's “Confidential Mode”
  • Undermining Mobile Phone Users’ Privacy Won’t Make Us Safer
  • Win for Public Right to Know: Court Vacates Injunction Against Publishing the Law
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF Asks Court to Block Enforcement of FOSTA While Lawsuit Proceeds
  • A Key Victory Against European Copyright Filters and Link Taxes - But What's Next?
  • FBI Wish List: An App That Can Recognize the Meaning of Your Tattoos
  • EFF to Japan: Reject Website Blocking
  • EFF to Patent Office: Don't Make it Harder to Kill Bad Patents
  • Should Your Company Help ICE? “Know Your Customer” Standards for Evaluating Domestic Sales of Surveillance Equipment
  • EFF Responds to Vigilant Solutions’ Accusations About EFF ALPR Report
  • Egypt's Draconian New Cybercrime Bill Will Only Increase Censorship
  • Don’t Give the DHS Free Rein to Shoot Down Private Drones
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  • DNA Collection is Not the Answer to Reuniting Families Split Apart by Trump’s “Zero Tolerance” Program
  • Grassroots Group Confronts Privacy-Invasive WiFi Kiosks in New York
  • California Shopping Centers Are Spying for an ICE Contractor
  • Announcing EFF’s New Logo (and Member Shirt)
  • California's Net Neutrality Bill Is Strong Again Because You Spoke Out
  • EFF to Illinois Supreme Court: Protect Biometric Privacy
  • FIFA Is Not Okay With Dancing In Front of the TV
  • With EFF’s Help, Language Teacher Responds to Ridiculous Patent Threat
  • New Rules to Protect Data Privacy: Where to Focus, What to Avoid
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: Alleged Cult Leader Wants to "Improve Performance"
  • The Crucial Next Few Days In the EU's Copyright Filter and Link Tax Battle
  • New Lawsuit Challenges FOSTA – The Federal Law Sparking Website Shutdowns
  • EFF Sues to Invalidate FOSTA, an Unconstitutional Internet Censorship Law
  • Competition, Civil Liberties, and the Internet Giants
  • UN Report Sets Forth Strong Recommendations for Companies to Protect Free Expression
  • Stephanie Lenz and Universal Music Publishing Group Settle 'Dancing Baby' Case
  • After More Than a Decade of Litigation, the Dancing Baby Has Done His Part to Strengthen Fair Use for Everyone
  • Meet the people who went to the US Copyright Office to demand your right to repair, remix and preserve!
  • Announcing STARTTLS Everywhere: Securing Hop-to-Hop Email Delivery
  • A Technical Deep Dive into STARTTLS Everywhere
  • Victory! Supreme Court Says Fourth Amendment Applies to Cell Phone Tracking
  • Illinois Declines to Adopt Proposed Arbitrary Drone Surveillance of Protests
  • Disabilities vs DRM: the World Cup Edition
  • Journalists and Digital Security: Some Thoughts on the NYT Leak Case
  • Supreme Court Opens Door to Worldwide Patent Damages
  • Happy Birthday Alice: Four Years Busting Software Patents
  • Border Spy Tech Shouldn’t Be a Requirement for a Path to Citizenship
  • This Wednesday, an EU committee voted to break the Internet: this Sunday, Berliners take to the streets to say NO!
  • Corruption at the Assembly Committee Gutted California's Net Neutrality
  • Victory: California Overhauls Police Database Oversight Procedures in Wake of EFF Investigations
  • The California Attorney General’s Office Says It’s Finally Taking Database Abuse Seriously—But Time Will Tell
  • The GDPR and Browser Fingerprinting: How It Changes the Game for the Sneakiest Web Trackers
  • Chairman Santiago to Weaken California Net Neutrality for AT&T and Comcast
  • Volkswagen Claims Ownership of an Entire Group of Insects
  • California’s Net Neutrality Bill Has Strong Zero Rating Protections for Low-Income Internet Users, Yet Sacramento May Ditch Them to Appease AT&T
  • 70+ Internet Luminaries Ring the Alarm on EU Copyright Filtering Proposal
  • The ENCRYPT Act Protects Encryption from U.S. State Prying
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  • ‘People voted’: Italian interior minister confronts journalist who called Crimea referendum ‘fake’
  • Russia ‘helpful’ in enforcing sanctions on North Korea – Pompeo
  • BREAKING: World Boxing Super Series (WBSS) 2018/19 super lightweight draft announced in Moscow
  • Agent bear: Russia’s FSB enlists animals as ‘strategic resource’
  • This is it! NY Times reveals Michael Cohen secretly taped Trump
  • ‘When we baked bread, we didn’t do spacewalks’ – robotics guru to RT
  • Amesbury poisoning victim Charlie Rowley released from hospital
  • Help! Bring my saved Russian puppy to me if you are travelling to Peru, pleads World Cup fan
  • Notes of nuclear? Fukushima radioactivity found in California wine
  • Israel launches massive air raid on Gaza - IDF
  • ‘Planet X & the ‘rogue star’: Can new astronomy theory explain world beyond Solar System?
  • RT Debate: Is multiculturalism dead? (VIDEO)
  • 'I have big connection with Muhammad Ali, to not take part is betrayal' - Usyk on WBSS final
  • Trevor Noah defends ‘Africa won' World Cup joke after French ambassador’s backlash
  • Neymar says he’ll remain in PSG, doesn’t see devaluation after the World Cup
  • Billionaire dies of heart attack after media wrongly report he killed toddler in car accident
  • 'I have no pressure. One punch can change all your life' - Gassiev ahead of WBSS final
  • Years of suffering end as thousands of Syrians evacuated from besieged strongholds (VIDEO)
  • ‘Three men were fighting, then one of them fell down’ – witness of Denis Ten’s murder
  • Police watch as Ukrainian radicals humiliate, spit on pilloried ‘pedophile & Russia-lover’
  • Tehran rejected 8 requests for Trump-Rouhani meeting – Iranian chief-of-staff
  • Bitter pill: Putin says all pension reform options look unappealing to him
  • Award-winning Guardian journalist slammed by peers over Russian Foreign Ministry tweet
  • Russia sends US plans for return of Syrian refugees after Helsinki meeting
  • 'Britain’s hottest politician’ sacked for missing key meeting while partying in Spain
  • Trump slams currency manipulation by Brussels & Beijing
  • Fedor Emelianenko v Chael Sonnen Bellator semi-final bout booked for October
  • Pussy Riot face charges of illegal use of uniforms after World Cup pitch invasion
  • #ICYMI: Europe left ravaged by DiploDon – the truth and lies of Trump’s diplomacy (VIDEO)
  • Russian hypersonic weapon files leaked to West, intel agents seek mole – report
  • ‘She was different’: Body of a ‘witch’ found at ancient burial site (PHOTOS)
  • Shocking VIDEO shows torture in Russian prison, authorities launch probe
  • ‘It was carnage’: Knife attacker goes on rampage in German bus, reports of up to 14 injured
  • Explosion at oil depot in central Iran leaves 2 dead, 1 injured – local media
  • 'Russophobia runs amok' in US, puts it on edge of war with Russia – Stephen Cohen
  • ‘I will never forget him’: Evgenia Medvedeva on tragic death of Kazakh skater Ten
  • Rand Paul: Hatred for Trump means ‘partisans would rather risk war’ than talk to Russia
  • Turkey agreed to improve ties with Netherlands – foreign ministry
  • Olympic champion Yagudin bursts into tears during Instagram video on ‘great’ Denis Ten
  • Trump says US ready to tax all Chinese imports should need arise
  • Girl power: Waitress tackles diner who groped her backside in pizzeria (VIDEO)
  • Russia summons Greek ambassador to complain about hostile remarks over diplomats’ expulsion
  • Biden, not Bernie for president? CNN’s ‘definitive’ 2020 presidential list ridiculed on social media
  • Keep calm and… count butterflies, says David Attenborough amid Brexit ‘squabbles’
  • Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus announcement becomes one of the most-liked Instagram posts ever
  • Ecuador to hand over Assange to UK ‘in coming weeks or days,’ own sources tell RT's editor-in chief
  • Merkel: Europe can't rely on US ‘superpower'
  • Russia set to wean economy off US dollar as Washington ratchets up sanctions
  • Going green: China's shift to natural gas will send coal prices crashing
  • ‘Fighting in Moscow absolutely does not faze me’ - Ukrainian Usyk on $50m WBSS final
  • Flip-flopping Trump vows to be Putin’s ‘worst enemy’ if US-Russia relationship doesn’t pan out
  • Russian Foreign Ministry expresses support for citizen jailed in US, and suddenly 'it's war'
  • International manhunt launched for Brit who shot fellow national in the head in Amsterdam
  • From ‘say again’ to ‘war criminal’: Bizarre pearls of anti-Putin frenzy sparked by Trump’s invite
  • Macron to sack aide at center of May Day assault scandal after ‘new facts’ emerge
  • First 50 families of farmers from South Africa may soon resettle in Russia
  • Prince Charles claims he didn’t know bishop was a pedophile, defends friendship with abuser
  • Man convicted of murder after hacking colleague to death and burying him in nearby cemetery
  • Rogue camel causes chaos on Moscow highway (VIDEO)
  • Kadyrov blasts US charges against Russian gun activist as groundless
  • Former S. Korean President Park to spend additional 8yrs in jail – court
  • Toronto residents smoke nearly 142mn joints a year – survey
  • Suspect in stabbing death of Olympic figure skater Denis Ten detained, admits guilt – prosecutor
  • Here's what it costs to count all the cats in Washington, DC
  • At least 11 killed, several missing after tourist boat capsizes on Missouri lake (VIDEO)
  • US establishment rallies around martyr figure of ex-ambassador McFaul
  • Tornado wreaks havoc in Iowa towns (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Russian diplomats meet with gun activist Butina in US jail
  • ‘Absolutely not’: GOP says questioning Trump’s translator would end presidential diplomacy
  • ‘US wants very much to have strong Russia’: Trump tweets old Clinton interview with Russian TV
  • Facebook should stick to German laws on Holocaust denial, Berlin says after Zuckerberg’s comments
  • Trump invites Putin to Washington this autumn - White House
  • Lords puzzled as Home Office seeks more leeway in using child informants against gangs, terrorists
  • Robbery on the go: Moving bus looted during World Cup celebrations in Grenoble (VIDEO)
  • Offended by Trump’s comment, Montenegro claims ‘permanent friendship’ with US
  • Russia World Cup fan zones saw 7.7mn visitors, 2.5mn increase on Brazil 2014
  • Roast until ready to apologize: Liberal actor faces ire for nice tweet about conservative pundit
  • France’s Samuel Umtiti celebrates World Cup win with unique photo opportunity
  • US will not let Americans be questioned by Moscow, but demands extradition of 12 Russians
  • Cristiano Ronaldo toilet roll goes on sale in Naples after Juventus transfer
  • Groundbreaking images of the Sun shed light on its dynamic corona (VIDEO)
  • Time magazine’s ‘creepy’ Putin-Trump cover is what media subversion really looks like
  • US B-1B Lancer bombers allowed to fly with broken ejection seats – report
  • Planet-gobbling star observed by NASA for first time (VIDEO)
  • Trans rights and feminist groups in row over changes to UK’s Gender Recognition Act
  • ‘The Americans' was a 'documentary’: Twitter on fire over mysterious Russian spy story
  • Swedish government targets polygamists as illegal practice boosted by migrant influx
  • RT ANNOUNCES ITS INTERNATIONAL JURY FOR THE KHALED ALKHATEB MEMORIAL AWARDS
  • Japan to re-consider deployment of Aegis Ashore missile system in case of health danger for locals
  • Australian & Philippine basketball players banned for 'biggest on-court brawl in a decade' (VIDEO)
  • When parents quarrel: Brussels levies Ukrainian metals imports amid EU-US trade spat
  • Magnitude 6.0 quake reported off Alaska
  • If one person was impacted by it, I am vindicated – author of ‘This is Iraq’ tribute to RT
  • MLS player Adama Diomande ‘racially abused’ during Los Angeles v Portland game
  • 'It'll make us look like bell*nds' - Brexiteers' verdict on leaked Cumberbatch Brexit film script
  • Belgium closes airspace after flight data processing system failure
  • Niece of alleged UK poisoning victim registered as candidate in Russian regional election
  • Home Secretary under fire for suggesting Corbyn has ‘a problem with Jews’
  • Giant beach resort built by Hitler will open doors to German holidaymakers
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  • Trump asks Bolton to invite Putin to Washington in fall
  • Higher cancer risk for women with diabetes: major Aussie study
  • U.S. couple allowed to keep Van Gogh's Starry Night house mural for autistic son
  • Steam pipe explosion rocks New York City, no injuries reported
  • U.S. reiterates no timelines for DPRK's denuclearization
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  • Trump’s trade bullying tactics will hurt the US
  • 40 pct of U.S. adults who drink, drink too much: study
  • S.Korea, DPRK completely restores military hotline in western region
  • Thailand cave rescuer considers legal action against Elon Musk for "pedo" claim
  • Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki
  • Trump, Putin call their talks successful
  • PM May's customs bill survives stormy waters as minister quits
  • Trump, Putin content with summit despite lack of concrete results
  • Amid protests, Trump arrives in Helsinki for summit with Putin
  • British PM's Brexit plan to scupper Britain-U.S. trade deal, says former top negotiator
  • Kremlin expects Putin-Trump talks to pave way for mending ties
  • World population to reach 9.8 billion in 2050, leading to further environmental pressure
  • Former Trump advisor Bannon wants Australia to fight against China and “wake up,” Australian media: ignore him
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  • Thai cave rescue mission inspires filmmakers, cartoonis
  • Trump claims win after threatening to quit NATO during tumultuous summit
  • Boys rescued from flooded cave rest at hospital in northern Thailand
  • NATO Summit first day overshadowed by tensions between allies
  • Britain's Royal Air Force marks centenary with national day of celebrations
  • China is “exerting negative pressure” on the DPRK? Apparently, the world disagrees
  • All 12 boys, football coach rescued from flooded cave in northern Thailand
  • Trump continues to criticize European allies ahead of NATO summit
  • Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court
  • S.Korea halts annual defense drill on improved ties with DPRK
  • Liberian Professor Hopeful of Practical FOCAC Results
  • British Foreign Secretary resigns amid Brexit row
  • 8th boy of football team trapped in Thai cave rescued: witness
  • News Analysis: What does UK political turmoil mean for May's gov't, Brexit?
  • Trump scolds NATO members on defense spending ahead of summit
  • Chinese experts arrive at Thai wrecking site with sonar equipment
  • DPRK, U.S. need process of narrowing difference in initial denuke talks: S. Korean minister
  • 42 dead, 5 missing after boats capsize in southern Thailand: governor
  • Poisoning remains significant health problem in Australia: study
  • Over 72 pct of Syria's Daraa returns under gov't control
  • Two captains charged in Phuket tour boats accident in Thai
  • 4 boys trapped in Thai cave rescued, next operation within 10 to 20 hours: official
  • DPRK regrets U.S. "gangster-like" attitude at high-level talks
  • U.S. agriculture trade group slams Trump administration's tariffs on China
  • Another 5 bodies found in Thailand boat accident, toll rises to 38: Thai authorities
  • Chinese government's joint working group visits injured Chinese tourists in Thailand boat accident
  • Chinese premier says trade war has no winner
  • Vessel operators to face legal actions after boat accident kills at least 33 in southern Thailand
  • Diver dies in operation to rescue young footballers in northern Thailand
  • More than 16 Chinese tourists killed, 21 missing after boats overturn in southern Thailand: Consulate-General
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  • U.S., allies set to evacuate White Helmets
  • U.S., allies set to evacuate White Helmets
  • U.S. officials say the United States is finalizing plans to evacuate several hundred Syrian civil defense workers and their families from southwest Syria as Russian-backed government forces close in on the area. Two officials familiar with the plans said Thursday that the U.S., Britain and Canada are spearheading the evacuation that would transport members of the White Helmets group to transit camps in neighboring countries.
  • Egypt, Sudan seek to bolster ties after tension
  • Egypt, Sudan seek to bolster ties after tension
  • The leaders of Egypt and Sudan have agreed to mend ties, frayed by repeated failures to reach a deal over an upstream Nile dam being built by Ethiopia, and the revival of a longstanding dispute over a border territory held by Cairo and claimed by Khartoum. In a two-day visit to Sudan, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi met with President Omar al-Bashir as well as other Sudanese officials. They vowed to set differences aside and bolster relations, in what appears to be Egypt’s latest bid to thaw the frosty relations with its southern neighbor. Sisi was accompanied by his spouse, an unusual occurrence especially during an official visit by the Egyptian president. Entisar Amer was seen in several photos beaming alongside Bashir’s wife, Widad Babiker, at Khartoum’s presidential palace. The visit was concluded Friday.
  • Surge in returns of internally displaced
  • Surge in returns of internally displaced
  • An estimated 750,000 internally displaced Syrians returned to their homes through the first half of 2018, nearly equal the amount for all of last year, the United Nations said Friday.
  • Migrant policy suffers blow as Italy, Libya reject plans
  • Italy, Libya reject EU’s migrant proposals
  • The European Union’s migrant strategy suffered a major new setback Friday with Italy refusing to freely accept people rescued at sea and Libya spurning a proposal for asylum processing centers. The salvos follow a fractious EU summit in June that agreed to set up “disembarkation platforms” outside the bloc to process migrants after Italy’s new populist government said it was closing its ports.
  • With Turkey’s help, Syrian opposition issues new IDs
  • With Turkey’s help, Syrian opposition issues IDs
  • Opposition authorities are issuing new ID cards in northern Syria with help from neighboring Turkey, expanding their administration over territory that remains outside President Bashar Assad’s expanding area of control. For the many Syrians who lost all forms of identification during the seven-year-long war, the cards stamped with the flag of the anti-Assad opposition represent a step towards leading a normal life again.
  • Abraaj to face lawsuit over Turkish dairy-maker
  • Abraaj to face lawsuit over Turkish dairy-maker
  • Abraaj Group Ltd. is being sued by one of the founders of a Turkish dairy maker that the embattled buyout firm is trying to sell, according to people familiar with the matter. The legal action comes as liquidators of Dubai-based Abraaj seek to dispose of assets in developing nations around the world to help repay more than $1 billion in debt.
  • Saudis second-guess decision to boost oil output under U.S. pressure
  • Saudis second-guess decision to boost oil output
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  • A New Corporate Lobbying Firm Is Taking Identity Politics Seriously
  • How a One-Word Loophole Will Make It Easier for the U.S. to Sell Weapons to Governments That Kill Civilians
  • A Court Decision in California Threatens to Erode the Constitutional Right to a Lawyer
  • ‘Juntaram pessoas que não se conheciam e chamaram de associação criminosa’, diz um dos 23 condenados por protestos
  • Trump Nominee for CFPB Admits in Hearing She Has No Background in Consumer Protection or Financial Regulation
  • Can This Progressive Woman of Color Pull Off an Ocasio-Cortez-Style Upset in Massachusetts?
  • Chaos Prevails in Immigrant Detention Centers, With Children Under 5 Still Separated From Parents
  • Jessica Robertson Got Sick Working as an Inspector at a Poultry Plant. Now She’s Speaking Out to Defend Workers Exposed to Chemicals.
  • Urgent FBI Investigation Into Russian Interference Delayed Clinton Email Revelations Until Days Before 2016 Election
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  • What Mueller’s Latest Indictment Reveals About Russian and U.S. Spycraft
  • Putin Says He Misspoke Too, Withdrawing Claim Clinton Got Millions Stolen From Russia
  • A Blue Cross CEO Encouraged a Michigan Woman to Get Into Politics. Now She’s Running for Governor and Says Single Payer Is Unrealistic.
  • Did You Feel Betrayed by Trump’s Press Conference with Putin? That’s a Taste of How Black People Feel Every Day.
  • Federal Death Penalty Prosecutors Accuse One Another of Destroying Evidence and Other Misconduct in Discrimination Lawsuit
  • As laqueaduras de emergência dispararam no Brasil – e ninguém sabe por que
  • ‘O caso Janaína me lembrou que o Brasil já fez esterilização em massa – com apoio dos EUA’
  • STF cmplice da impunidade dos assassinos de Vladimir Herzog
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders Are Trying to Prove Their Case in Kansas
  • The U.S. and Canada Are Preparing for a New Standing Rock Over the Trans Mountain Tar Sands Pipeline
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  • 10-Year-Old Somali Girl Dies after Female Genital Mutilation
  • Big Move for Big Bird: Sesame Street is Entering Classrooms
  • Cow Breaks Connecticut Farm Worker’s Jaw
  • Did the Obamas Wear Che Guevara Shirts During a Cuban Trip?
  • Cops Responding to 911 Call Find 4-Foot Gator in Building
  • Mark Wahlberg Buying Auto Dealership in Ohio
  • Thailand Seeks Control over Movies About Cave Ordeal
  • More Than 300 Older Children Split at Border Are Reunited
  • Divers Hunt for 4 After Missouri Duck Boat Sinks, Killing 13
  • NFL and Its Players Union Working on Anthem Resolution
  • The New Yorker July 23, 2018 Issue
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Historic Win and the Future of the Democratic Party
  • How E-Commerce Is Transforming Rural China
  • Are Things Getting Better or Worse?
  • How the BBC Women Are Working Toward Equal Pay
  • The Healing Buzz of “Drunk History”
  • Can Economists and Humanists Ever Be Friends?
  • How Should Children’s Books Deal with the Holocaust?
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  • “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot” and “Generation Wealth,” Reviewed
  • Puff, Puff, Hire
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