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  • The Foundation Trilogy's Psychohistory is No Longer Sci-Fi
  • Study: There May be No Such Thing as Objective Reality
  • DDoS-for-Hire Services Owner Sentenced to 13 Months in Prison
  • NASA-NOAA Satellite Finds Displaced Power In Tropical Cyclone Kalmaegi
  • Virgin Galactic Begins ‘Astronaut Readiness Program’ for First Paying Customers
  • NASA Warned Of Safety Risks In Delayed Private Crew Launches
  • How Laws Against Child Sexual Abuse Imagery Can Make It Harder to Detect
  • Lyft is Ceasing Scooter Operations in Six Cities and Laying Off 20 Employees
  • LA Warns of ‘Juice-Jacking’ Malware, but Admits It Has No Cases
  • Apple 'Surprised' by Germany's New Law to Open Up Mobile Payments
  • Researchers Develop an AI System With Near-Perfect Seizure Prediction
  • New Metal Array Floats Even When Damaged
  • Huawei's First Google-Free Phone Stripped And Searched: Repair Not Too Painful... Once You're In
  • EU Bank To Stop Funding Fossil Fuels In 'Landmark Decision'
  • The US House and Senate Finally Agree on Something: Robocalls
  • Holiday Shoppers Beware: Look-Alike Domains Are Targeting Your Wallet
  • Feds Indict 14 Over Alleged Scheme To Defraud Apple
  • Amazon To Contest Microsoft Scooping $10bn Jedi Contract
  • Try As They Might, Ransomware Crooks Can't Hide Their Tells When Playing Hands
  • Quick And Dirty Digital Conversion For Analog SLR Camera
  • Apple Removes Vaping Apps From App Store
  • Rare Genetic Condition Gives Man Eye of Sauron Look
  • FCC Sued by Dozens of Cities After Voting to Kill Local Fees and Rules
  • Smokers and Hypertensive Individuals have Higher Risk of Sudden Death from Brain Bleed
  • Lichens Are Way Younger Than Scientists Thought
  • Brave Urges Congress to Require Ad Blocking Browsers for Govt Employees
  • TPM-FAIL Security Flaws Impact Modern Devices With Intel CPUs
  • Google Fixes White Screen Problem in Chrome, Admins Furious
  • Moscow-Contacted Rebels Charged with Downing MH17: Investigators
  • Prehistoric Ape From Germany Was a Pioneer of Two-Legged Walking
  • New Jersey Claims Uber Owes $650 Million in Taxes and Fees; Drivers are Employees, Not Contractors
  • Injectable, Flexible Electrode Could Replace Rigid Nerve-Stimulating Implants
  • Star Ejected from Milky Way's 'Heart of Darkness' Reaches Mind-Blowing Speed
  • Indian State of Odisha Releases 21 Dictionaries Under CC BY 4.0
  • New Particle Analysis Technique Paves Way For Better Air Pollution Monitoring
  • Joker's Stash Puts $130M Price Tag on Credit Card Database
  • John Carmack Steps Down at Oculus to Pursue AI Passion Project
  • Games to Grunts Offering Free Games to Military and Veterans
  • Mated Female Mosquitoes Are More Likely to Transmit Malaria Parasites
  • Google Stadia will be Missing Many Features for Monday's Launch
  • Now a Senator is Investigating the Sexist Apple Card Interest Rate Debacle
  • .ORG TLD Sold to Investment Firm Ethos Capital
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) Starts "14nm" FinFET Volume Production
  • SpaceX Tests Crew Dragon with Redesigned SuperDraco Thrusters
  • AMD's 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X Reviewed
  • Physics Experiment With Ultrafast Laser Pulses Produces A Previously Unseen Phase Of Matter
  • D&D Sapphire Anniversary Dice Set Celebrates 25 Years in Style
  • Scientists Investigate if Mysteries of Antimatter and Dark Matter are Linked
  • DDoS Attack Targets UK Labour Party Weeks Ahead of Election
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  • 'Sci-fi Makes You Stupid' Study Refuted by Scientists Behind Original Research
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  • Germany Makes Measles Vaccinations Compulsory For Children
  • Declaring State of Emergency, Samoa Makes Measles Vaccinations Compulsory
  • 'Justice League' Stars Demand Release of Director Zack Snyder's Original Cut
  • Why Two Pentesters In Iowa Are Facing A Criminal Investigation and Trespassing Charges
  • The Next Graphene? Shiny and Magnetic, a New Form of Pure Carbon Dazzles
  • This Company Is Using Mushrooms To Reduce Plastic Waste
  • Iran Shuts Down Country's Internet In the Wake of Fuel Protests
  • Why Firefox Fights for the Future of the Web
  • Microsoft To Kids With Chromebooks: No 2019 Minecraft Hour of Code For You!
  • Leaked Russian Interference Report Raises Questions About Brexit, UK Election Security
  • Will Electric Cars Last Longer Than Combustion-Engine Cars?
  • Researcher Finally Explains Why Saturn's Moon Enceladus Has 'Tiger Stripes'
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  • Stingray Glider to Explore the Cloudtops of Venus
  • Two of Neptune’s Moons Dance Around Each Other as they Orbit
  • New Horizon’s Flyby Target 2014 MU69 Gets its Official Name: Arrokoth
  • Tatooines everywhere? Many of the Exoplanets Already Discovered are in Multi-Star Systems
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  • Mars 2020 Rover is Going to a Place on Mars That’s Perfect for Preserving Fossils
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  • 'Literally a paperweight': Bose users fume at firmware update that 'doesn't fix issues'
  • From humble Unix sysadmin to brutal separatist suppressor to president of Sri Lanka
  • If it's not cloud, GTFO: Sage flogs payments business to US firm Elavon for 230m
  • NASA told to get act together on commercial crew vendors as chance of American-free ISS rises
  • The Bloodhound Gang hits 1,010kph, retreats to lab to work on smashing the land speed record
  • Rapid-fire Windows 10 builds, Azure on Arm not for the eyes of mortals, and Teams at 10,000ft
  • Ex-Capita accountant who claimed 10k bung to leave was blackmail has appeal thrown out
  • Email! HUH! Yeah. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing...
  • Pemex hit by ransomware, US Postal Service gets a copycat and new WhatsApp bugs
  • Twitter wants help with deepfakes, and Microsoft Azure will rent out new AI chips for its cloud users, and more
  • HP to Xerox: Nope, your $33.5bn bid falls short of our valuation
  • A bridge over troubled water: Intel teases Ponte Vecchio, the GPU brains in US govt's 1-exaFLOPS Aurora supercomputer
  • Welcome to cultured meat – not pigs reading Proust but a viable alternative to slaughter
  • 5G SIM-swap attacks could be even worse for industrial IoT than now
  • Physicists are rather giddy after creating a rare type of laser using laughing gas
  • Oracle and Google will fight in court over Java AGAIN and this time it's going to the Supremes
  • Denial of service kingpin hit with 13 months denial of freedom and a massive bill to pay
  • Uncle Sam prepping order to extradite ex-Autonomy boss Mike Lynch from the UK
  • 1Password hopes to cross some items off its todo list with help from $200m in venture capital
  • Tonight on Tales from the Crypto: It lives! GPU flinger Nvidia bouncing back after miner affair
  • White Screen of Death: Admins up in arms after experimental Google emission borks Chrome
  • Google promises to be good with Knative as it releases Cloud Run serverless containers
  • TalkTalk says it's yet to close deal on FibreNation as UK telecoms industry reels over Labour's nationalisation plans
  • [NSFW] What a load of bollards! Object of bloke's street furniture romp run over
  • Use the courts, Jeff: Amazon to contest Microsoft scooping $10bn JEDI contract
  • Huawei's first Google-free phone stripped and searched: Repair not too painful... once you're in
  • Can't you hear me knocking? But I installed a smart knocker
  • High Court dismisses nameless Google Right To Be Forgotten sueball man... yes, again
  • Labour: Free British broadband for country if we win general election
  • Like a BAT outta hell, Brave browser hits 1.0 with crypto-coin rewards for your fave websites
  • The silence of the racks is deafening, production gear has gone dark – so which wire do we cut?
  • Boffins harnessed the brain power of mice to build AI models that can't be fooled
  • Try as they might, ransomware crooks can't hide their tells when playing hands
  • Boffins show the 2017 Nork nuke can move, move, move any mountain (by a meter)
  • Feds indict 14 over alleged scheme to get Apple to replace fake iPhones with real ones
  • In your face! US Senate mulls bipartisan federal law on police facial recognition use
  • GitHub gathers friends for a security code cleanse to scrub that software up to spec
  • What a pair of Massholes! New England duo cuffed over SIM-swapping cryptocoin charges
  • NASA spanks $34bn on a disposable rocket – likely to top $50bn by 2024 moon landing
  • Microsoft's first build of Armium Edge now lurks in Canary channel – go have a play if you dare
  • 50 years ago, someone decided it would be OK to fire Apollo 12 through a rain cloud. Awks, or just 'SCE to Aux'?
  • What a boar! Wild pigs snort and snuffle €20k worth of marching powder stashed in Tuscan forest
  • Infosec boffins pour cold water on claims Home Office Brexit app can be easily hacked
  • Google emits Network Intelligence Center to help untangle misconfigured cloud networks
  • Icahn smell money! Corporate raider grabs $1.2bn of HP stock to push for Xerox merger
  • Magic Leap rattles money tin, assigns patents to a megabank, sues another ex-staffer... But fear not, all's fine
  • 20% of UK businesses would rather axe their contractors than deal with IR35 – survey
  • Weird flex but OK... Motorola's comeback is a $1,500 Razr flip-phone with folding 6.2" screen
  • That chill in the air isn't just autumn, it's Cisco's cooling finances: CEO warns of slipping sales
  • NASA boffins tackle Nazi alien in space – with the help of Native American tribal elders

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  • Talos II Mainboard and Talos II Lite Mainboard now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
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  • Federal Judge Issues Historic Opinion for Digital Privacy at the Border
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  • Alice Doesn’t Block Good Patents, It Protects the Public By Requiring Real Invention
  • Equifax Data Breach Update: Backsliding
  • Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional
  • EFF Sues DHS to Obtain Information About the Agency’s Use of Rapid DNA Testing on Migrant Families at the Border
  • What Reporters Should Look For in Latest Facebook Document Leak
  • EFF Urges Court to Reconsider Decision That Harms Internet Users’ Ability to Protect Themselves Online
  • With a Raid on Javier Smaldone, Argentinian Authorities Have Restarted Their Harassment of E-Voting Critics
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  • FTC Takes Action Against Stalkerware Company Retina-X
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  • Virtual(ly) Private Network: NordVPN’s Breach and the Limitations of VPNs
  • Transparency Advocates and Environment Defenders Call on California Supreme Court to Review Government Email Deletion Practices
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  • Facebook Faces Another Congressional Grilling
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  • Companies Can Still Do More to Protect Privacy in Brazil: Internet Lab Releases Fourth "Who Defends Your Data" Report
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  • Price Setter LLC Falsely Claims Online Ad Invention, Demands Money from Android Devs
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  • Hearing Thursday: EFF Urges Appeals Court to Curb Police Access to ALPR Databases
  • San Diego’s Face Recognition Program and Collaboration with ICE Needs to Stop
  • The House Votes in Favor of Disastrous Copyright Bill
  • EFF and Partners Urge U.S. Lawmakers to Support New DoH Protocol for a More Secure Internet
  • Apple’s Split Brain: Building Levers for Improved Security or Content Censorship?
  • EFF to Amazon and Shaq: Stop Pushing Police Partnerships with Doorbell Camera Company
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  • Ready to Pay $30,000 for Sharing a Photo Online? The House of Representatives Thinks You Are
  • Tell HUD: Algorithms Shouldn't Be an Excuse to Discriminate
  • Massachusetts: Tell Your Lawmakers to Press Pause on Government Face Surveillance
  • Why Fiber is Vastly Superior to Cable and 5G
  • EFF Urges Congress Not to Dismantle Section 230
  • Victory! Berkeley City Council Unanimously Votes to Ban Face Recognition
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  • Trump 'likes the idea' of testifying in impeachment 'hoax' to get Congress 'focused'
  • Logan Paul to appeal decision after KSI defeat: 'I truthfully 100 percent believe I did not lose the fight' (VIDEO)
  • All eyes on OPEC as another oil glut looms
  • Hong Kong police starts dispersing protesters outside university campus (VIDEO)
  • Water cannon used as Georgian riot police move in to disperse anti-govt rally in Tbilisi
  • Fist fight: Violent brawl breaks out at Russian football game after final whistle (VIDEO)
  • Joker 2.0 VS Kindness whilst judging: Twitter divided after India’s viral superstar Ranu Mondal gets bizarre makeover (PHOTO)
  • Airbus says no one benefits from Boeing 737 crashes… as it wins another $16 billion order
  • ‘Car crash waiting to happen’: Union of UK academics says you can identify as any race & sex, gets slammed as ‘nonsensical’
  • India considers relaxing regulations to attract global coal miners
  • Cristiano Ronaldo hits back at media after firing Portugal to Euro 2020: 'There was no controversy – you created that'
  • Pro-Kurdish party in Turkey mulls pulling MPs from parliament – officials
  • Moscow releases Ukrainian Navy boats seized during ‘violation’ of Russian territorial waters near Crimea in 2018
  • Pegasus returns? WhatsApp users on alert after Facebook warned of ANOTHER vulnerability exploited by hackers
  • Retired Indian general disgusts audience with calls for mass rape of Muslim women in Kashmir
  • Pakistan tests nuclear capable Shaheen-I ballistic missile days after India’s Agni II launch (VIDEO)
  • Russia's massive bridge construction project aims to end isolation of remote Siberian region
  • Goop focused on poop? Gwyneth Paltrow's firm selling posh toilet paper 'with a conscience'
  • ATP Finals: Stefanos Tsitsipas hails London support after come-from-behind victory (VIDEO)
  • One dead, at least 9 injured in Toulouse bridge collapse – French authorities
  • India paid advance for Russia’s S-400 missiles, delivery to be complete in full in 2025
  • Hong Kong rioters bombard ambulance truck with bricks and stones to free arrested protester (VIDEOS)
  • Seoul, Washington resume defense cost-sharing talks
  • ‘Stop flexing muscles’: Beijing warns US against ‘intervening’ in South China Sea
  • Gunman opens fire at backyard party in Fresno, California, 4 people killed
  • US Congress cracks down on ABC News for ‘Epstein coverup,’ demands to know WHO killed the story and WHY
  • Military impunity system? Pentagon maintains ‘great faith’ in US justice after Trump pardons soldiers accused of war crimes
  • Protesters set Hong Kong university on FIRE, launch petrol bombs as riot police block campus (VIDEOS)
  • 'Eye of truth will not go blind' Twitter flashmob in solidarity with Palestinian journo who lost eye to Israeli bullet
  • ATP Finals: Stefanos Tsitsipas defies history to capture end-of-year title (VIDEO)
  • Bloomberg blasted for apology & U-turn on NYC's ‘stop & frisk’ policy ahead of presidential nomination bid
  • ‘Occupation of consumption temple’: Galeries Lafayette in Paris CLOSED due to Yellow Vests protests (VIDEOS)
  • UK charges man who arrived from Turkey with Syria-related terrorism offense
  • ‘Get out! Un-American loser’: Colin Kaepernick’s workout met with mixed reaction from NFL fans
  • Morales supporters grieve for those killed in march against interim government & met with ‘disproportionate’ force
  • Counter-extremism unit raid MARTIAL ARTS event in Moscow held by Antifa in honor of slain leader Bonebreaker (VIDEO)
  • Bare knuckle behemoth: 390-pound 'Iranian Hulk' signs for Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship
  • Officer killed, police stations STORMED by protesters amid anti-fuel hike rallies in Iran
  • ‘Opponent must always be respected’: Italian youth football coach sacked for inflicting humiliating 27-0 defeat
  • ‘Morons, bullies & thugs’: French interior minister hits back at ‘ultras’ at Yellow Vests after Saturday mayhem in Paris
  • No playing around: US Army’s new card decks feature Russian, Chinese & Iranian weapons ‘to learn more about adversaries’
  • Do we now topple governments to keep access to Instagram? Lee Camp digs into Bolivia coup
  • ICYMI: Yellow Vests’ anniversary marked with barricades, militarized police & furious protesters
  • Turkey’s Russian-made S-400s on combat duty ‘by spring’, Moscow confirms
  • Accused US spy Whelan tracked since first Russia visit, built contacts using autographed book of disgraced KGB officer – reports
  • ‘Completely insane’: Watch gigantic blue whale weaving through surfers in Pacific coast waters (VIDEO)
  • Sri Lanka’s former defense chief Rajapaksa becomes country’s new leader
  • Jazz on my mind: Italian musician played piano while surgeons operated on his brain
  • Jamal Yusupov: Russian kickboxing champ knocks out Muay Thai legend Yodsanklai in stunning ONE Championship upset (VIDEO)
  • ‘I wonder which place I will take in men’s event’: Figure skating starlet Alexandra Trusova wants to compete against male athletes
  • Major US-South Korea air exercise postponed, described by US as an 'act of goodwill' to Pyongyang
  • BKFC 9: Jason Knight evens the score with Artem Lobov in Bare Knuckle rematch (VIDEO)
  • Saudi Aramco IPO: Company valued at up to $1.71 trillion, may top Alibaba’s 2014 record
  • 'That highlight's going viral!' Former UFC star Ross Pearson knocked out by spectacular 'rolling thunder' heel kick (VIDEO)
  • Foreign-backed ‘hooligans’ behind protest violence: Iran’s Khamenei condemns ‘sabotage’, endorses fuel price hike
  • Hong Kong protesters hurl PETROL BOMBS at volunteers trying to clear roadblocks and shoot ARROWS at police
  • Leonid meteor shower lights up night sky with spectacular shooting stars
  • India’s test launch of nuclear-capable ballistic missile caught on VIDEO
  • Prince Andrew’s ‘I don’t sweat’ & ‘Pizza Express’ excuses trigger avalanche of memes as he denies Epstein sex scandal links
  • ‘I should not be impeached!’ Trump says Kiev confirmed Ukrainegate is a non-story, and here’s what he’s referring to (VIDEO)
  • Israel & NATO penetrate Russia’s S-400 air defenses… ‘simulated’ by US Patriots?
  • WATCH hundreds of drones create dreamlike spectral PLANES at Chinese air show
  • Putin’s bikers invade Antarctica, occupy abandoned base… all just to unfurl a GIANT Russian flag
  • 5 people, including children, brutally killed in San Diego shooting
  • Lights out: Non-league goalkeeper spectacularly misses penalty, breaks floodlight (VIDEO)
  • Flying way under the radar: MILITARY DRONE crashes in a backyard in a tiny Russian town (PHOTO, VIDEO)
  • ATP Finals: Greek ace Stefanos Tsitsipas stuns Roger Federer to reach London final (VIDEO)
  • Self-described ‘moderate Republican’ Obama tells Democrats not to wade TOO FAR LEFT, or else…
  • 'I’m not at the end of my story': NBA star LeBron James plans to play until he 'can't walk no more'
  • ‘Kick out Black Pete!’ Anti-blackface paranoia comes after Dutch children’s festival tradition
  • Water cannon deployed & cars flipped as tensions run high during Yellow Vests protests (VIDEOS)
  • India should not be ‘bullied’ on world stage: Iran’s FM Zarif calls on New Delhi to resist US pressure
  • Activists in UK inflate GIANT BREAST in front of Facebook HQ to protest nipple censorship
  • 'Bazooka arms' MMA fighter Kirill Tereshin to undergo surgery to remove potentially deadly bicep enhancements
  • Iran-Iraq border crossing reportedly closed due to ongoing protests in both countries
  • 'He told me to shut my mouth': Lionel Messi and Brazil coach Tite exchange heated words during Argentina-Brazil clash
  • ATP Finals: Rafael Nadal finishes 2019 as the top player in men's tennis, despite tournament exit (VIDEO)
  • Car bomb kills at least 18 in Turkey-controlled Syrian city (VIDEOS)
  • Why so serious?! UFC fighter Markus Perez dons Joker-inspired makeup at UFC Sao Paulo weigh-ins (VIDEO)
  • Tear gas & bonfires: Scuffles with police as Yellow Vests block roads in Paris ahead of 1st anniversary of protests (VIDEOS)
  • Italian police launch investigation after Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte receives BULLET in the mail
  • Palestinian journalist loses an eye after being hit by Israeli rubber bullet at West Bank land seizure protest (GRAPHIC)
  • ATP Finals: Nadal edged out as defending champ Zverev powers into semi-finals in London (VIDEO)
  • Fizzled-out rebels or agents of change? France’s year of Yellow Vests protests
  • Arkansas ‘Heisenberg’? Chemistry professor who praised ‘Breaking Bad’ for scientific accuracy arrested for cooking meth
  • Dance of avoidance: WATCH Neptune’s moon Naiad do crazy zigzag-like maneuvers to escape COLLISION
  • MiG-29K fighter aircraft crashes after engine catches fire during training mission in Goa (VIDEO)
  • Could Saudi Aramco IPO kill OPEC?
  • ‘Stop the massacre!’ Evo Morales appeals to Bolivian military as 5 killed in crackdown by ‘interim’ government (GRAPHIC)
  • Arizona border patrol SHOOTS Russian citizen ‘suspected’ of crossing from Mexico into US illegally
  • 2 injured, fans flee in panic as shooting erupts at high school football game in Pleasantville, New Jersey (VIDEOS)
  • Morales says US would send him to GITMO, wonders why Bolivian opposition fears him running in elections so much
  • Twitter’s ‘ban’ on political ads has a gaping, legacy media-shaped loophole
  • Make Americans exceptional again? Trump trumps Pentagon, pardons 2 soldiers charged with war crimes
  • ‘No recollection meeting this lady’: Prince Andrew denies link to Epstein accuser he was pictured with
  • Ex-Ukraine envoy’s feelings that Trump ‘threatened’ her & his ‘real-time attacks’ on Twitter are IMPEACHABLE, Democrats say
  • Here’s what happens to a car in a nuclear-force blast (VIDEO)
  • Ecuador cuts off RT Spanish broadcast without explanation following minister’s complaint about protest coverage
  • Assad likens ‘suicide’ of White Helmets founder to EPSTEIN & other high-profile mystery deaths
  • Roger Stone conviction: Trump attacks double-standards on LYING while media repurposes a disproved ‘WikiLeaks insider’ connection

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  • Beirut Marathon Association cancels 2019 race
  • Beirut Marathon Association cancels 2019 race
  • The 2019 Beirut marathon was cancelled after being postponed due to nationwide protests across the country, the Beirut Marathon Association announced Monday.
  • Libya air raid kills 7, including foreign workers
  • Libya air raid kills 7, including foreign workers
  • Tripoli, Nov 18, 2019 (AFP) - At least seven civilians were killed, most of them foreign workers, and 30 wounded in an air strike Monday that hit a biscuit factory in southern Tripoli, Libya's health ministry said.
  • Dozens of Hong Kong protesters make daring campus breakout
  • Dozens of Hong Kong protesters make daring campus breakout
  • Dozens of Hong Kong protesters escaped a two-day police siege at a campus late Monday by shimmying down a rope from a bridge to awaiting motorbikes in a dramatic and perilous breakout that followed a renewed warning by Beijing of a possible intervention to end the crisis engulfing the city.
  • Iran 'calmer' despite more riots over oil price hikes
  • Iran 'calmer' despite more riots over oil price hikes
  • Tehran, Nov 18, 2019 (AFP) - Iran said it still faced riots even though the situation was "calmer" Monday after days of violent protests sparked by a shock decision to hike petrol prices in the sanctions-hit country.
  • Catalan president goes on trial for 'disobedience'
  • Catalan president goes on trial for 'disobedience'
  • The president of Catalonia's regional government went on trial Monday in Barcelona for "disobedience" after refusing to remove separatist symbols from public buildings, amid heightened tensions in the Spanish region.
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  • Alfa, Touch employees protest, demand benefits
  • ozens of employees at mobile companies Alfa and Touch protested at Riad al-Solh Square Monday, demanding that caretaker Telecommunications Minister Mohamed Choucair sign their collective work contract.
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