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  • 'Exploding' iPad Battery Prompts Apple Shop Evacuation
  • Imax and Google Have Put Their VR Camera Project on Hold
  • LUCA: Last Universal Common Ancestor of All Life Emerged 3.9B Years Ago
  • Mozilla to Remove All Legacy Add-Ons
  • Skype Now Offers End-to-End Encrypted Conversations
  • Understanding of Light Momentum: Researchers Shine a Light on 150-Year Old Mystery
  • Is It the End of the 9 to 5 Working Day? (UK)
  • Google Sued For Unwanted Tracking Of Phone Locations
  • Microsoft Claims It Thwarted Russian Phishing Attacks on Conservative Think Tanks
  • Workers in Open-Plan Offices 'More Active'
  • Twenty-two States Ask U.S. Appeals Court to Reinstate 'Net Neutrality' Rules
  • NASA Finds Ice on the Surface of the Moon
  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms Right to Open Carry of Firearms
  • The Scientists who Starved to Death Surrounded by Food
  • Nvidia Announces RTX 2080 Ti, 2080, and 2070 GPUs, Claims 25x Increase in Ray-Tracing Performance
  • Ancient Egyptians Mastered Mummification Long Before the Time of Pharaohs
  • Congenital Blindness Reversed in Mice
  • Astronomers Detect Synchronous X-Ray and Radio Mode Switching of the Pulsar PSR B0823+26
  • The Stanford Prison Experiment is Not What We Were Taught
  • Social Media Faces EU Fine If Terror Lingers for an Hour
  • A New Generation of Artificial Retinas Based on 2-D Materials
  • Cybersex Toy Industry Heats Up as Infamous “Teledildonics” Patent Climaxes
  • Men and Women Show Surprising Differences in Seeing Motion
  • AT&T Gets Sued Over Two-Factor Security Flaws and $23M Cryptocurrency Theft
  • Square Can Now Process Chip Cards in Two Seconds
  • VORACLE Attack Can Recover HTTP Data from VPN Connections
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  • Lab-Made Magnesite could be Used for CO2 Capture
  • HoloLens to Assist Surgeons at UK's Alder Hey Children's Hospital
  • Justice Dept. Backs Suit Accusing Facebook of Violating Fair Housing Act
  • SF From Technology Review - What Happens When Fake News is Everywhere?
  • Kroger Launches Trial of Same-Day Autonomous Grocery Delivery Service in Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Australian Teenager Pleads Guilty to Hacking Apple's Network
  • Saint Louis University to Give Amazon Echo Dots to Every Student Living on Campus
  • Netflix Will Now Interrupt Series Binges With Video Ads for its Other Series
  • Bodily Implanted Microchips Risk Entering the Political Mainstream
  • "Energy Valleys" Form in Bismuth Crystals, Could be Used to Store Information
  • Low and High Carb Diets Increase Risk of Early Death, Study Finds
  • Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan Dies, Aged 80
  • LSST Could Help Find Easy-to-Reach "Mini-Moons" of Earth
  • Six Things About Opportunity's Recovery Efforts
  • U.S. Federal Judge Blocks Man From Selling GTA V Cheating Software
  • Researchers Suggest an Abundance of "Water World" Exoplanets
  • Alex Jones and Others Censored and "Deplatformed" by Silicon Valley
  • Leg Exercise is Critical to Brain and Nervous System Health
  • John McAfee's "Unhackable" Cryptocurrency Wallet Has Been Hacked (Again)
  • Physicists Fight Laser Chaos with Quantum Chaos to Improve Laser Performance
  • What Happens To Your Online Accounts When You Die?
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  • As Value of Cryptocurrencies Falls, a Lot of New and Risk-Taking Investors Are Suffering Immensely
  • Evidence is Piling Up That Facebook Can Incite Racial Violence
  • Steam Gets Built-in Tools To Let You Run Windows Games on Linux -- Now Available in Beta
  • Texas ISP Slams Music Industry For Trying To Turn It Into a 'Copyright Cop'
  • Senators Introduce Bill That Would Require State and Local Governments To Use Paper Ballots in an Effort To Secure Elections
  • Intel Details Cascade Lake, Hardware Mitigations for Meltdown, Spectre
  • Java and JavaScript Remain the Top Enterprise Developer Languages For the Cloud, Survey Finds
  • Verizon Throttled Fire Department's 'Unlimited' Data During Calif. Wildfire
  • Google's Data Collection is Hard To Escape, Study Claims
  • Mozilla to Remove Legacy Firefox Add-Ons From Add-On Portal in Early October
  • 'Calculators Killed the Standard Statistical Table'
  • Gig Economy Pressures Make Drivers 'More Likely To Crash'
  • How AI Can Spot Exam Cheats and Raise Standards
  • Facebook is Rating Users Based On Their 'Trustworthiness'
  • Engineering Experts Knew Italian Bridge Had Corrosion Problems Before It Collapsed, Report Says
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  • Earth’s Mini-Moons are the Perfect Targets to Test Out Asteroid Mining
  • Lockheed Martin Shows off its new Space Habitat
  • Another Way to Search for Biosignatures of Alien Life. The Material Blasted out of Asteroid Impacts
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  • Cosmic Void Contains Fewer Galaxies than Expected, which, Ironically, Makes it Harder for Light to get Through
  • This Planet is so Metal. Iron and Titanium Vapour Found in the Atmosphere of an “Ultra-Hot Jupiter”
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  • Oort Clouds Around Other Stars Should be Visible in the Cosmic Microwave Background
  • Spinning Heat Shield Concept Could Provide a Lightweight Way to Survive Atmospheric Re-entry
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  • Open Metrics Project Comes to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
  • GIMP 2.10.6 Released With Vertical Text Support, Other Improvements
  • Add and Manage User Accounts in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
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  • ETSI crypto-based access control standards land
  • Microsoft Visual Studio C++ Runtime installers were built to fail
  • MyHealth Record privacy legislation published
  • Heads up: Fujitsu tips its hand to reveal exascale Arm supercomputer processor – the A64FX
  • Fire chief says Verizon throttled department's data in the middle of massive Cali wildfires
  • It's official – satellite spots water ice at the Moon's chilly poles
  • Texas ISP slams music biz for trying to turn it into a 'copyright cop'
  • Super-mugs: Hackers claim to have snatched 20k customer records from Brit biz Superdrug
  • Security MadLibs: Your IoT electrical outlet can now pwn your smart TV
  • What's holding you back from Google Cloud? Oh, OK... it was hoping you'd say 'lack of hardware security modules'
  • Big Tech turns saboteur to cripple new California privacy law in private
  • Use Debian? Want Intel's latest CPU patch? Small print sparks big problem
  • Igneous Systems says bye-bye to proprietary hardware, hello to data management services
  • Newcomer StorCentric gobbles array flinger Nexsan and prosumer storage vendor Drobo
  • Microsoft: We busted Russian Fancy Bear disinfo websites
  • Apple tipped to revive forgotten Macbook Air and Mac mini – report
  • .NET Core 2.1 – huh, yeah – what is it good for? Bing, apparently
  • Dell EMC stumbles into composable systems late waving MX7000 box
  • Brit Railcard buyers face lengthy, unexplained delays. Sound familiar?
  • Miss America 'scholarship program' adds Microsoft Azure developer to lineup
  • Bloke hurls sueball over Google's 'is it off yet?' location data slurping
  • Microsoft takes another whack at killing off Windows Phone 8.x
  • TLS developers should ditch 'pseudo constant time' crypto processing
  • UK.gov agencies told to drop fancy tech or risk 'reinventing the wheel'
  • Connected car data handover headache: There's no quick fix... and it's NOT just Land Rovers
  • US tech circles wagons as India reviews data protection proposals
  • That's the way the cookies crumble: Consent banners up 16% since GDPR
  • Internet overseer continues wall-punching legal campaign
  • Fix for July's Spectre-like bug is breaking some supers
  • Apple web design violates law, claims blind person
  • As it turns out, no, you can't just run an unlicensed Bitcoin money exchange
  • Apple shocked, SHOCKED I tell you, to find gambling in its Chinese App Store
  • Mozilla accuses FCC of abdicating its role, ignoring comments in net neutrality lawsuit
  • Python wriggles onward without its head
  • Prenda lawyer pleads guilty to moneyshot honeypot scheme
  • SUSE and Microsoft give enterprise Linux an Azure tune-up
  • Face-PALM: US Patent and Trademark Office database down for 5 days and counting
  • Gartner's Great Vanishing: Some of 2017's emerging techs just disappeared
  • SuperProf gets schooled after assigning weak passwords to tutors
  • So phar, so FUD: PHP flaw puts WordPress sites at risk of hacks
  • London's Gatwick Airport flies back to the future as screens fail
  • Your Phone prematurely ejected, Skype texting on the way, and 900 more years of Windows
  • Beam me up, PM: Digital secretary expected to give Tory conference speech as hologram
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  • Techie's test lab lands him in hot water with top tech news site
  • The Death of the Gods: Not scared of tech yet? You haven't been paying attention
  • How's that encryption coming, buddy? DNS requests routinely spied on, boffins claim
  • Et tu, Brute? Then fail, Caesars: When it's hotel staff, not the hackers, invading folks' privacy
  • The future of humanity: A Bluetooth ball hitting your face – forever
  • Facebook Messenger backdoor demand, bail in Bitcoin, and lots more

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  • Win! Landmark Seventh Circuit Decision Says Fourth Amendment Applies to Smart Meter Data
  • Documents Bare How Federal Researchers Went to Absurd Lengths to Undo Problematic Tattoo Recognition Research
  • California Assembly Acquiesces In Secret Police Surveillance
  • Tomorrow! Join Us For a Reddit AMA On Defending Security Researchers From Copyright Law
  • Election Security Bill Without Paper Records and Risk Limiting Audits? No Way.
  • EFF & Privacy Coalition Oppose Efforts to Undo New California Data Privacy Law
  • Free Expression Activist and Poet Birgitta Jónsdóttir Joins EFF’s Advisory Board
  • Google Needs To Come Clean About Its Chinese Plans
  • Telling the Truth About Defects in Technology Should Never, Ever, Ever Be Illegal. EVER.
  • Help Send EFF to SXSW 2019
  • How Militaries Should Plan for AI
  • EFF Tells Bay Area Regional Transit: Reject Proposed Face Surveillance Scheme
  • Topple Track Attacks EFF and Others With Outrageous DMCA Notices
  • EFF Amicus Brief: The Privacy Act Requires the FBI to Delete Files of Its Internet Speech Surveillance
  • Large ISPs, Flush with Capital, Blame Consumer Protections for Their Disregard of Rural America
  • Captive Audience: How Florida's Prisons and DRM Made $11.3M Worth of Prisoners' Music Disappear
  • How to Improve the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018
  • EFF to the FCC: Don’t Let AT&T and Verizon Get a Chokehold on Internet Access Competition
  • Facebook Deletes Anti-Unite the Right Event, Claiming Foreign Involvement
  • Internet Publication of 3D Printing Files About Guns: Facts and What’s at Stake
  • Behind the Octopus: The Hidden Race to Dismantle Global Law Enforcement Privacy Protections
  • An Open Letter to Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, Chair of the California Assembly Appropriations Committee
  • Summer Is the Season for Visiting Members of Congress
  • Transparency Win: Federal Circuit Makes Briefs Immediately Available to the Public
  • Eight AT&T Buildings and Ten Years of Litigation: Shining a Light on NSA Surveillance
  • County Welfare Office Violated Accountability Rules While Surveilling Benefits Recipients
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: Upaid Sues “Offending Laundromats” For Using Prepaid Cards
  • Sextortion Scam: What to Do If You Get the Latest Phishing Spam Demanding Bitcoin
  • Moving Your Site From "Not Secure" to Secure
  • Fair-Use Champion Stephanie Lenz, European Digital Rights Leader Joe McNamee, and Groundbreaking Content-Moderation Researcher Sarah T. Roberts Win EFF’s Pioneer Awards
  • Google Chrome Now Marks HTTP Sites "Not Secure"
  • Defending Users: Initial Ideas for Cryptocurrency Exchanges, Payment Processors, and Other Choke Points Within the Blockchain Ecosystem
  • Egypt Sentences Tourist to Eight Years Jail for Complaining about Vacation Online
  • California Should Provide Public Access to Police Body Cam Footage
  • CLASSICS Is the Future of Assaults Against the Public Domain
  • Facing Facebook: Data Portability and Interoperability Are Anti-Monopoly Medicine
  • California Supreme Court Strengthens Section 230 Protections for Online Speech
  • EFF Files Amicus Brief in Seventh Circuit Supporting Warrant for Border Searches of Electronic Devices
  • The Next Supreme Court Justice: Here's What the Senate Should Ask About New Technologies and the Internet
  • Federal Circuit Rejects Pharmaceutical Company’s Attempt to Dodge Review of its Patents
  • California Can Pioneer Local Community Oversight of Police Surveillance
  • 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
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  • China considers construction of high-speed railroad to Russia’s Far East
  • Shipping giant Maersk to transport its first cargo via Russia’s Arctic sea route
  • US funds organization to sow chaos abroad, but complains about Russian ‘meddling’ – Max Blumenthal
  • China, US officials to resume trade talks in Washington
  • South Africa’s land expropriation could trigger default, warns agricultural bank
  • 3 Pennsylvania men charged with 1,460 counts of ‘sexual intercourse with animals’
  • ‘It can turn around’: Trump would rather tolerate ‘fake news’ than accept ‘censorship’
  • 2 men sentenced to death for gang-raping & slitting throat of 8yo girl in India
  • Shocked passengers watch their jet engine burn during emergency landing in Russia’s Ufa (VIDEO)
  • Washington is always assessing new targets in Russia for sanctions – US State Department
  • ‘The CIA is listening & may kill me’: Duterte mulls ditching his smartphone
  • Facebook, Twitter take down ‘inauthentic Iran-linked’ accounts… but Russia takes the heat
  • Slow-witted and blinkered: Moscow slams ‘aggressive’ US sanctions, vows response
  • Thousands flee to safety after massive quake strikes Venezuela (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • 7.3 Venezuela quake triggers brief tsunami scare
  • Semper fat? Marine Corps to overhaul chow bid to curb obesity
  • Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen makes plea deal with prosecutors
  • Jury finds former Trump manager Manafort guilty on 8 counts, mistrial declared in 10
  • ‘Someone watched too much Robocop’: Kalashnikov’s walker robot causes meme frenzy
  • Pet-loving priest blesses dozens of cats in first ever prayer service for stray animals (PHOTOS)
  • Black schoolgirl sent home from Louisiana Christian school over ‘unnatural’ hairstyle (VIDEO)
  • ‘Faith-based attribution': Microsoft unable to identify those behind pre-midterm hacking – experts
  • ‘Wow effect': Microsoft’s claims on alleged Russian hacking are a political stunt – Moscow
  • Facebook won’t tell users their ‘trustworthiness’ score as it introduces new ‘rating’
  • Nationwide US prison strike demands end to ‘slave labor’ & ‘racist’ sentencing
  • Polar ice on Moon raises hopes for lunar colony with water (PHOTOS)
  • ‘Whoever wins this fight will win the championship’: Sonnen stakes are high for Fedor bout (VIDEO)
  • Super-hawk John Bolton and ‘Agent Butina’ connection is the Democrats’ new Russiagate target
  • Fatwa against measles vaccine issued in Indonesia as contagious disease cases skyrocket
  • Russian football club release limited edition rug-style kit after fans’ celebration
  • 25 years in legal limbo: US finally manages to deport 95yo former Nazi prison camp guard
  • 5 reasons the nightmarish war in Yemen should never be forgotten (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Plane blows out tires at New Jersey airport, makes emergency landing in New York
  • First 'Russiagate' trial shaking? Jury slow to reach Manafort verdict
  • Italian police identify Lazio ultras who want women banned from stadium
  • Trump accuses New York Mayor DeBlasio of ‘stealing’ campaign slogan
  • Swift turn: German FM says Europe needs bank transactions system independent from US
  • Buzz off! New ‘electro shock’ jacket repels street harassers (PHOTOS)
  • Pakistani PM Khan offers talks to India to resolve conflicts
  • Ajax player Appie Nouri ‘awake and communicating’ after over a year in coma
  • Hillsborough families pledge to challenge CPS’ dropping charges against Sir Norman Bettison
  • ‘China is another bad guy for US to justify its politically unjustifiable behavior’
  • #MeToo hero Asia Argento denies sexual assault of 17yo actor despite massive payout
  • EU needs payment systems independent of US to save Iran deal – German FM
  • 'No evidence', but Russian Fancy Bears are doing it again (p.s. here's our new product) - Microsoft
  • Russia will deliver first batch of S-400s to Turkey in 2019 – arms export company
  • Leftist activist Udaltsov goes on hunger strike protesting alleged unlawful detention
  • Who jacked it? Twitter vigilantes track down boxer Frampton’s robe ‘thief’ in just 1 hour
  • Russia rejects possibility of using Taliban to fight ISIS – Lavrov
  • ‘I was intimidated by Serena, she is so big’ – world number 1 tennis player on Williams
  • Washington froze Russian assets in US worth hundreds of millions of dollars - US Treasury
  • UFC Moscow fighter involved in fatal 5 vehicle crash which left 2 dead
  • ‘While Taliban is on offensive, US & allies in Afghanistan at a loss as to what to do’
  • IAEA finds no indication N. Korea stopped nuclear activities
  • Naked blonde video leads to judge’s resignation in Southern Russia - reports
  • US sanctions 6 Russia-flagged vessels, 4 companies & 2 individuals
  • Hamas leader says end to Israel’s blockade of Gaza ‘around the corner’
  • No ‘secret directive’ on Syria – UN
  • Bangladeshi passengers scramble onto train’s roof to get home for ‘Big Eid’ (VIDEO)
  • Baby blessing: Couple brings Asian Games to life with fourth child
  • ‘Russia hacked the birds’: Social media mocks Swedish paranoia after birds take down fighter jet
  • Argentinian cop breastfeeds hungry baby while hospital medics overwhelmed (PHOTO)
  • Brexit deal may be delayed beyond October target as talks resume – diplomats
  • 200,000+ Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha in Moscow mosques (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Watch Tory MP spank fellow man in attempt to explain whips
  • United by US sanctions: Iran could trade with Crimea using Russian river system
  • RT'S #1917LIVE BOOK WINS ADWEEK'S PROJECT ISAAC AWARD FOR PRINT INVENTION
  • Kremlin expects proposals on Syria, Ukraine from US after Trump sets conditions
  • Walker robot concept among Kalashnikov's latest project revelations
  • Majority of Russians oppose decriminalization of domestic violence, poll shows
  • Hate speech or truth? ‘Women don’t have penises’ stickers scattered across Liverpool beach
  • China sticks to Iranian oil imports as Europeans bail out under US pressure
  • Paper gold not so shiny anymore: Prices hit 19-month low as speculators ‘give up hope’
  • Malaysia cancels projects financed by China
  • Helping Russian police to solve crimes could now pay up to $150,000
  • Swedish fighter jet crashes after collision with birds
  • Iran unveils first domestic fighter jet, President Rouhani checks out the cockpit (VIDEO)
  • Support for Merkel’s alliance hits new record low – poll
  • PM Tsipras declares end of ‘modern-day Odyssey,’ sees better days for post-bailout Greece
  • Myanmar’s Suu Kyi says terrorism in Rakhine state still threat to region
  • Amesbury ‘Novichok victim’ Charlie Rowley back in intensive care
  • S. Korea’s govt expects to sign revised trade deal with US in September
  • Iran unveils 1st domestic fighter jet, works to upgrade missile defenses
  • El Salvador breaks diplomatic ties with Taiwan to establish relations with China
  • Western media frames jihadist-controlled Idlib as peaceful enclave under assault by Assad (VIDEO)
  • Massive missile attack launched near presidential palace in Kabul
  • Still too lenient? Israeli cop who killed Palestinian teen gets sentence doubled to 18 months
  • Michigan cops taser man holding 2-month-old baby (VIDEO)
  • Texas father stabs toddler to death while screaming ‘Jesus is coming’
  • Protesters topple Confederate statue on UNC campus (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Australian PM Turnbull survives leadership challenge, calls for unity
  • Trump says ‘not considering’ lifting sanctions unless Russia does ‘something good’ for US
  • St. Louis teen posts ‘made it to see 17,’ gets shot & killed on birthday
  • Most Americans favor diplomacy over sanctions when it comes to Russia – poll
  • Try finding Earth in this stunning Hubble image
  • 3 injured in shooting outside London’s Kingsbury tube station
  • ‘Who are you to warn us?’: Duterte hits back after US warning to stay away from Russian arms
  • Russia to hold biggest military drills since Soviet times – Defense Minister
  • Prankster lures men to New York square to compete in ‘real life’ Tinder
  • Kindergarten children dressed as ISIS militants for Indonesian independence day parade

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  • U.S. Treasury sanctions individuals, entities over Russia, DPRK-related accusations
  • 8 Chinese students robbed in Johannesburg, 1 dead
  • 7.3-magnitude quake jolts Venezuela's coast, no tsunami threat
  • Trump's former campaign chief Manafort convicted on 8 counts
  • Greek PM announces end to bailouts, austerity
  • Rouhani says Iran's fighter jet no threat to region, helps sustainable peace
  • Trump hints meeting with DPRK's Kim, rules out "concessions" with Turkey
  • Scientists from University of Western Australia engineer quantum-computing breakthrough
  • FBI searching for Chinese citizen kidnapped in LA for 2-mln-dollar ransom
  • Trump says "most likely" to meet with DPRK's Kim again: report
  • News Analysis: Experts see no quick solutions to U.S. sanctions
  • Feature: War-separated families of S.Korea, DPRK reunite in tears, joy
  • Lira drop won’t instantly affect Turkish tourism prices: Industry insider
  • Shots fired at U.S. embassy in Turkey, no casualties reported
  • U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo to visit DPRK soon for 4th visit
  • Afghan president announces 3-month conditional ceasefire with Taliban
  • Iran urges Europe to act as U.S. threats to reimpose oil sanctions
  • Former UN chief Kofi Annan dies: Ghanaian media
  • Trump says to attend Paris parade in November
  • U.S. tourism industry worries about decline amid global trade tensions
  • Trump's plan for military parade postponed until next year: Pentagon
  • Trump's military parade estimated to cost 92 mln dollars
  • U.S. Treasury chief threatens more sanctions on Turkey if pastor not released
  • 12 tourists washed away at waterfall in central India
  • White House says U.S. not to lift tariffs on Turkey even Brunson released
  • In retaliation, Turkey raises tariffs on some U.S. imports
  • Pakistan’s 72nd Independence Day celebrated in Beijing
  • A ‘painted’ football pitch, a carnival for children in the slums
  • Turkey, Russia vow to enhance strategic partnership
  • 40 children among victims killed in airstrike on Yemen's school bus: Red Cross
  • Worried or defiant: Turks' mixed reaction to sharp depreciation of lira under U.S. pressure
  • Slandering Xinjiang as "no rights zone" against fact, Chinese official told UN panel
  • China's Red Cross society donates relief fund for flood-victims in Myanmar
  • Trump urged to apologize for calling foreign students ‘spies’
  • New Brexit talks planned to find way of resolving Northern Ireland border issue
  • Iran vows not to renegotiate landmark nuke deal with U.S.
  • Turkey's Erdogan decries U.S. "plot," seeks new alliances
  • Third inter-Korean summit may be held in late August in Pyongyang
  • Anti white supremacist protesters crowd downtown Washington ahead of far right rally
  • Turkey's president calls lira plunge "plot", threatens to seek new alliances
  • Trump authorizes doubling of steel, aluminum tariffs on Turkey
  • Lavrov tells Pompeo: Russia rejects new U.S. sanctions
  • Former Japanese defense chief Ishiba formally declares candidacy in LDP leadership race
  • U.S. to establish Space Force by 2020: Pence
  • DPRK condemns U.S. new sanctions, urging for joint effort to improve ties
  • Belt & Road photo exhibition opens in Romania
  • Spotlight: New U.S. sanctions may nullify outcome of Putin-Trump summit
  • U.S. suspect trains children for school shooting at squalid compound
  • S.Korea, DPRK to hold high-level talks on Aug. 13
  • Japan urged to remember its atrocities in WWII, as Nagasaki marks 73rd anniversary of atomic bombing by U.S.
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  • Facebook shuts down 652 accounts linked to Russia, Iran
  • Facebook shuts down 652 accounts linked to Russia, Iran
  • Facebook has identified and banned hundreds of accounts, groups and pages engaged in misleading political behavior, a far larger discovery than a "sophisticated" effort it reported three weeks ago with great fanfare.
  • Israel and U.S. will be targeted if U.S. attacks: Iranian cleric
  • Israel, U.S. will be targeted if U.S. attacks: Iranian cleric
  • A senior Iranian cleric warned Washington Wednesday that if it attacked Iran, the United States and allied Israel would be targeted, as a war of words escalated after the reimposition of the U.S. sanctions on Iran.
  • Bishop murder saga rattles Egypt's Copts Cohen pleads guilty, implicates Trump in hush-money scheme
  • Bishop murder saga rattles Egypt's Copts Cohen pleads guilty, implicates Trump in hush-money scheme
  • A scholarly bishop was found bludgeoned to death at the desert monastery he ran, and two monks are facing trial for killing him in an ambush on the way to Sunday mass.
  • Ex-Trump lawyer pleads guilty in hush-money scheme
  • Ex-Trump lawyer pleads guilty in hush-money scheme
  • The unveiling of federal criminal charges against U.S. President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer came with drama as attorney Michael Cohen went further than prosecutors were willing to go in pointing fingers. Not only did Cohen plead guilty to all eight charges, but he directly implicated the president in the payment of hush money to two women who claim they had affairs with him.
  • Ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort guilty of 8 charges
  • Ex-Trump campaign chairman guilty of 8 charges
  • Paul Manafort, the longtime political operative who for months led U.S. President Donald Trump's successful campaign, was found guilty of eight financial crimes Tuesday in the first trial victory of the special counsel investigation into the president's associates.
  • Two koalas die in a month at Belgian zoo
  • Two koalas die in a month at Belgian zoo
  • Two of the three koalas at a top Belgian zoo have died in the space of a month, officials said Tuesday while rejecting fears of an "epidemic" among the Australian marsupials.
  • US 'confident' master Qaeda bombmaker killed: official
  • US 'confident' master Qaeda bombmaker killed: official
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  • Assassinatos aumentaram no Uruguai, sim. Mas no por causa da maconha.
  • Voto das mulheres vira pesadelo de Bolsonaro
  • ‘Boulos, o Brasil ainda não é um país rico’
  • Fox News Violates Poland’s Holocaust Law With Reference to “Polish Death Camp”
  • Will Shareholders Lose the Right to Sue Over Corporate Fraud?
  • Prison Strike Organizer Warns: Brutal Prison Conditions Risk “Another Attica”
  • The U.S. Is Building a Drone Base in Niger That Will Cost More Than $280 Million by 2024
  • Facebook tirou do ar pgina da rede de notcias TeleSUR e deu trs explicaes sem sentido
  • Meses aps greve, funcionrios do Mundial voltam a cruzar os braos e so demitidos 24h depois
  • Elizabeth Warren Unveils Radical Anti-Corruption Platform
  • Dear James Mattis: Why Haven’t You Quit Yet?
  • ‘Vi mulheres brigando com homens que fazem de Bolsonaro sua arma de fogo’
  • Ben Carson’s Drive to Further Segregate Housing Gets a Boost in Court
  • Big Banks Were Meant to Gain From Bipartisan Deregulation Bill All Along, Senate Letter Reveals
  • Facebook Suspended a Latin American News Network and Gave Three Different Reasons Why
  • O Minha Casa Minha Vida no resolveu o problema da habitao, mas o da MRV Engenharia, sim
  • Trump Administration Says Deportable Immigrants Can’t Go to the Courts — Even If Their First Amendment Rights Are Violated
  • When Will the Democratic Party Get Involved in Local and State Law Enforcement Races?
  • Candidato do Novo incita crime “contra a esquerda” em propaganda eleitoral
  • “Forget Your Son”: Brazil Is Forcibly Taking Indigenous Children and Putting Them Up for Adoption
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  • Facts Behind the Arrest of an Immigrant Accompanying His Pregnant Wife to the Hospital Remain Unclear
  • Did Robert Smalls Steal a Confederate Ship to Rescue Himself and Others from Slavery?
  • Immigrant Charged with Murder of Iowa College Student
  • Is This ‘Trump Made America the Best Country in the Nation’ Sign Real?
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