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  • South Korea Criminalizes "Boosting" (Playing on Another Person's Game Account)
  • Small Steps Towards Ending Surveillance Capitalism
  • Nissan Motor Chairman and Others Set to be Indicted
  • China Backs "Plan S" for Open-Access Research
  • Paranoid Facebook Employees Using Anonymity Apps and Burner Phones to Talk to Each Other
  • All Hail the AI Overlord: Smart Cities and the AI Internet of Things
  • The Privacy Risks of Compiling Mobility Data
  • 22 Apps With 2 Million+ Google Play Downloads Had a Malicious Backdoor
  • Girls vs Boys in STEM and non-STEM
  • UK Bomb Threat Hoaxer, DDoS Boss Gets 3 Years in Prison
  • The U.S. Just Became a Net Oil Exporter for the First Time in 75 Years
  • Senators Urge FCC to Preserve Neutrality Protections for Text Messages
  • MIT Engineers Repurpose Wasp Venom as an Antibiotic Drug
  • Mozilla CEO Warns Microsoft's Switch to Chromium Will Give More Control of the Web to Google
  • Drinking Water Sucked from Dusty Desert Air Using Hybrid Hydrogel
  • Researchers Create a Rechargeable Fluoride-Ion Battery That Works at Room Temperature
  • Split Key Cryptography is Back… Again – Why Government Back Doors Don’t Work
  • Marlboro Owner Invests $1.8 Billion in Cannabis Company
  • Chronic Low-Calorie Sweetener Use and Risk of Abdominal Obesity among Older Adults: A Cohort Study
  • Arrest of Huawei Executive Causing Discontent Among Chinese Elites
  • Neti Pot and Brain-Eating Amoeba in Tap Water Thought to Have Caused Seattle Woman's Death
  • Google Advertisement Training Exercise Accidentally Costs Company $10 Million
  • Half a Million VW Vehicles Dumped in Graveyards
  • NASA Scientist Warns that 'Extremely Tiny' Visitors Could Have Been Too Small for Us to Spot
  • Verizon Takes Aim at Tumblr’s Kneecaps, Bans All Adult Content
  • Scientists Discover Possible Mantle Mineral
  • The Blind Woman Developing Tech for the Good of Others
  • Scientists Find New Giant Dinosaur
  • Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon 8cx, an ARM Chip Intended for Laptops
  • Two New Books Explore the Science and History of the 1918 Flu Pandemic
  • State of Utah Sued Over Watering Down of Medical Cannabis Proposition
  • Bloodhound Supersonic Car Project Terminated Due to Lack of Funds
  • Millions Left Without 4G Data Access After O2 Network Goes Down Due to Ericsson Software Outage
  • Engineers Invent "Groundbreaking" Spin-Based Memory Device
  • WordPress 5.0 Release Brings Brand New Editor for Easier Page Design
  • Talk About a GAN-do Attitude... AI Software Bots Can See Through Your Text CAPTCHAs
  • Australians Can Now be Forced to Unlock their Phones
  • Seagate Starts to Test 16 TB HAMR (Heat-Assisted Magnetic Recording) Hard Drives
  • Behavior Laws? Guidelines? No, Just Tendencies.
  • Public Domain Day is Coming
  • Amazon Robot Puts Human Workers in Hospital
  • World's First Live Birth From a Deceased Woman's Transplanted Uterus
  • Cybernetic Houseplant Can Move Itself Towards Light Sources
  • Intel Says "7nm" Node Using Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography is on Track
  • iOS Apps Used Touch ID Feature to Trick Users Into Paying Hefty Fees
  • Bizarre "Dark Fluid" With Negative Mass Could Dominate the Universe
  • New Method of Vinyl Record Production Introduced
  • Meeting of Julian Assange and Paul Manafort Denied, but Talk of Removing Assange Confirmed
  • Nexstar's $4.1 Billion Acquisition of Tribune Media Would Create America's Largest TV Broadcaster
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  • Video Games Won't Be Part of the Paris Olympics
  • Nasa's Voyager 2 Probe 'Leaves the Solar System'
  • Qualcomm Says It Won Case Banning Sale of Older iPhones in China
  • UK Just Banned the National Health Service From Buying Any More Fax Machines
  • Driveway Encounter With Microsoft's President Led To $25 Million For Code.org
  • Netflix's Biggest Competition Isn't Sleep -- It's YouTube
  • Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They're Not Keeping It Secret
  • Global Carbon Emissions Jump To All-Time High in 2018
  • Alexa is Implementing Self-Learning Techniques To Better Understand Users
  • The Electric Airplane Revolution May Come Sooner Than You Think
  • Japan is Giving Away Free Houses
  • China Forms New Body To Review Ethics Risks of Video Games
  • Scientists Say Most Diverse Coral Site Ever Seen on Great Barrier Reef Discovered
  • 'What Straight-A Students Get Wrong'
  • Alibaba Already Has a Voice Assistant Way Better Than Google's
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  • Mercury-Bound BepiColombo is About to Start Using the Most Powerful Ion Engines Ever Sent to Space
  • The Draco Constellation
  • InSight’s Robot Arm is Ready to go to Work
  • Astronomers Count all the Photons in the Universe. Spoiler Alert: 4,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Photons
  • Ice loss in Greenland is Accelerating
  • On the Astronomy Trail in Nebraska
  • New SPECULOOS Telescope Sees First Light. Soon it’ll be Seeing Habitable Planets Around Ultra-Cool Stars
  • Good News: a SpaceX Cargo Resupply is Off to the Space Station. Bad News: Failed Hydraulics in the Grid Fins Caused the First Stage Booster to Crash Into the Ocean
  • The Large Hadron Collider has been Shut Down, and Will Stay Down for Two Years While they Perform Major Upgrades
  • Weekly Space Hangout: Dec 05, 2018: Dr. Pamela Gay talks CosmoQuest Hangoutathon!
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  • New Zealand health boards write down losses on Oracle implementation
  • Celebrating K8s crates inflation rate, Linux mates congregate
  • Have a gander at this: Amazon agrees not to act as Silicon Valley's foie gras dealer
  • App-happy SAP Santa offers partners free access to Cloud Platform
  • Dine crime: Chippy sells deep fried Xmas dinner
  • Privacy, security fears about ID cards? UK.gov's digital bod has one simple solution: 'Get over it'
  • For fax sake: NHS to be banned from buying archaic copy-flingers
  • Microsoft Round-up: Skype, Powerpoint, and - oh no - not another foldable
  • Qualcomm axes staff, winds down data center processor efforts ... while China takes the blueprints and runs
  • BT to 'sunset' Apache CloudStack cloud, customer demand went AWOL
  • Remember Misco? Staff win protective award at employment tribunal
  • College PRIMOS prankster wreaks havoc with sysadmin manuals
  • US Homeland Security installs AI cameras at the White House, Google tries to make translation less sexist
  • Bethesda blunders, IRS sounds the alarm, China ransomware, and more
  • Boffins build blazing battery bonfire
  • In case you're not already sick of Spectre... Boffins demo Speculator tool for sniffing out data-leaking CPU holes
  • Identity stolen because of the Marriott breach? Come and claim your new passport
  • The curious tale of ICANN, Verisign, claims of subterfuge, and the $135m .Web dot-word
  • 'Say hello to my little vacuum cleaner!' US drug squad puts spycams in cleaner's kit
  • Ecuador says 'yes' to Assange 'freedom' deal, but Julian says 'nyet'
  • Linux.org domain hacked, plastered with trolling, filth and anti-transgender vandalism
  • It's a, it's a, it's a SYN flood: Quick, ditch that packet
  • Bloodhound SSC reaches the end of the road for want of 25m
  • Brit bomb hoax teen who fantasised about being a notorious hacker cops 3 years in jail
  • MAMR Mia – it's not just WD: Toshiba's popped to the microwave too
  • Cambridge Analytica's administrators misled judge, High Court told
  • Red Hat fiddles with OpenShift Dedicated and lures customers with price cuts
  • Google: I don't know why you say Allo, I say goodbye
  • UK Supreme Court considers whether spy court should be immune to legal probes
  • HCL picks up Notes, spanks total of $1.8bn at Honest John's IBM software sale
  • Galileo's magnifico measurement: 1976 redshift test updated
  • You've patched your cloud software, and feeling smug when... bang! A legacy edge device bricks itself
  • Expired cert... Really? #O2down meltdown shows we should fear bungles and bugs more than hackers
  • Tech support discovers users who buy the 'sh*ttest PCs known to Man' struggle with basics
  • You're legit and you know you are... Thanks to chanting racist footie fans, linking to dodgy stuff isn't necessarily illegal (well, in Europe)
  • Forget ripping off brains for AI. Butterflies and worms could lead us to self-repairing intelligent robots, says prof
  • Microsoft says it's time to get serious about facial recognition rules: 'Laws and regulations are indispensable'
  • Kubernetes, welcome to the coin mines. Crooks dig into open containers to craft crypto-cash
  • Wow, what a lovely early Christmas present for Australians: A crypto-busting super-snoop law passes just in time
  • It's official. Microsoft pushes Google over the Edge, shifts browser to Chromium engine
  • Funnily enough, China fuming, senator cheering after Huawei CFO cuffed by Canadian cops at Uncle Sam's request
  • And the next 7nm laptop processor will be designed by In, er, AM, um, Qualcomm: The 64-bit Arm Snapdragon 8CX
  • Peak tech! Bacon vending machine signals apex of human invention
  • Why millions of Brits' mobile phones were knackered on Thursday: An expired Ericsson software certificate
  • Cloudera boss claims Hortonworks wedding planning is ahead of schedule
  • Amazon robot fingered for bear spray leak that hospitalised 24 staffers
  • Get real! Microsoft CTO of AI quits Redmond for real estate biz
  • Capita: We are seeking staff to join our board. Just two please
  • He, He, more gassy whoppers: Toshiba spreads 12TB, 14TB drives across gaming and NAS disks
  • Incoming! Microsoft unleashes more fixes for Windows 10 October 2018 Update

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  • [$] A filesystem corruption bug breaks loose
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  • [$] Kernel quality control, or the lack thereof
  • Security updates for Friday
  • [$] Toward race-free process signaling
  • Microsoft's Edge browser moving to Chromium
  • Security updates for Thursday
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  • Stable kernel updates
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • Critical Kubernetes privilege escalation disclosed
  • FSF News
  • 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
  • FSF job opportunity: Business operations manager
  • FSF Job Opportunity: Copyright and Licensing Associate
  • Minifree Libreboot X200 Tablet now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Zerocat Chipflasher "board-edition-1" now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Contract opportunity: JavaScript Developer for GNU LibreJS
  • 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
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  • TSA’s Roadmap for Airport Surveillance Moves in a Dangerous Direction
  • Facebook’s Sexual Solicitation Policy is a Honeypot for Trolls
  • In the New Fight for Online Privacy and Security, Australia Falls: What Happens Next?
  • New Documents Show That Facebook Has Never Deserved Your Trust
  • Securing The Institutions We Rely On: A Grassroots Case Study
  • Amendments to Mauritius' ICT Act Pose Risks for Freedom of Expression
  • In a Letter To The EU, European Film Companies and Sports Leagues Disavow Article 13, Say It Will Make Big Tech Stronger
  • Dear Tumblr: Banning "Adult Content" Won't Make Your Site Better But It Will Harm Sex-Positive Communities
  • Alameda and Contra Costa County Sheriffs Flew Drones Over Protests
  • Poland saved Europe from ACTA: can they save us from ACTA2?
  • Privacy Organizations to California Lawmakers: Defend and Strengthen the California Consumer Privacy Act
  • Tell the Senate Not to Put the Register of Copyrights in the Hands of the President
  • Sacramento County Welfare Division Terminates Automated License Plate Reader Program
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: A Patent on Using Mathematical Proofs
  • Yes, the EU's New #CopyrightDirective is All About Filters
  • California Is Still Trying to Gag IMDb. We're Telling A New Court: Don't Let It.
  • EFF Asks Court to Unseal Secret Docket in Case Involving Wiretap of Encrypted Facebook Messenger Calls
  • Questions We Should Be Asking About Facebook’s Smear Campaign Against Its Critics
  • Submit Your Nominations for The Foilies 2019
  • Power Up! Donations Automatically Matched This Week
  • EFF to Court: Remedy For Bad Content Moderation Isn’t to Give Government More Power to Control Speech
  • The Expanded DMCA Exemption for Video Game Preservation Grants a Small Victory Amidst the Seventh Triennial Rulemaking
  • Article 13: If You Want To Force Google to Pay Artists More, Force Google to Pay Artists More
  • What We're Thankful for at EFF This Year
  • ‘The End of Trust’ – On Sale in Bookstores and Free to Download Now!
  • Leaks Show Europe's Attempts to Fix the Copyright Directive Are Failing
  • EFF and MuckRock Release Records and Data from 200 Law Enforcement Agencies' Automated License Plate Reader Programs
  • Honoring the 2018 Pioneer Award Winners and John Perry Barlow
  • The Supreme Court Should Confirm, Again, that Abstract Software Patents Don’t Need a Trial to be Proved Invalid
  • EFF, Human Rights Watch y ms de 70 grupos de la sociedad civil solicitan a Mark Zuckerberg que proporcione a todos los usuarios y usuarias un mecanismo para apelar ante la censura de contenidos en Facebook
  • Federal Researchers Complete Second Round of Problematic Tattoo Recognition Experiments
  • EFF, Human Rights Watch, and Over 70 Civil Society Groups Ask Mark Zuckerberg to Provide All Users with Mechanism to Appeal Content Censorship on Facebook
  • EFF to U.S. Department of Commerce: Protect Consumer Data Privacy
  • EFF's Newest Annual Report
  • Principles for Corporate Platforms in the Gig Economy
  • If A Pre-Trial Risk Assessment Tool Does Not Satisfy These Criteria, It Needs to Stay Out of the Courtroom
  • The Unresolved Issue of Verizon Throttling Santa Clara’s Fire Department Shows Why ISPs Need Rules
  • What to Do When Voting Machines Fail
  • EFF Unveils Virtual Reality Tool To Help People Spot Surveillance Devices in Their Communities
  • Join Us For the Sixth Annual Aaron Swartz Day This Weekend at The Internet Archive
  • Snowden Files Declaration in NSA Spying Case Confirming Authenticity of Draft Inspector General Report Discussing Unprecedented Surveillance of Americans, Which He Helped Expose
  • EFF Asks California Supreme Court to Hear Case on Anonymization and the Ability to Access Data Under the California Public Records Act
  • SOPA.au: Australia is the Testbed for the World's Most Extreme Copyright Blocks
  • Google Chrome’s Users Take a Back Seat to Its Bottom Line
  • Surveillance Targets Deserve Answers About Mysterious Wiretaps
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: How 34 Patents Worth $1 Led to Hundreds of Lawsuits
  • The EU's Link Tax Will Kill Open Access and Creative Commons News
  • New Exemptions to DMCA Section 1201 Are Welcome, But Don’t Go Far Enough
  • EFF Wins DMCA Exemption Petitions for Tinkering With Echos and Repairing Appliances, But New Circumvention Rules Still Too Narrow To Benefit Most Technology Users
  • “Information Fiduciaries” Must Protect Your Data Privacy
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  • Casual xenophobia: Investor condemned for ‘genocidal rhetoric’ after saying Russia is ‘a plague’
  • KKK recruiting in Pittsburgh neighborhood where synagogue shooter murdered 11 Jews
  • US sanctions three North Korea top officials
  • Negligent homicide: Two doctors under investigation following Davide Astori death
  • ‘Dirty game’ or business as usual: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez takes on DC lobbyists
  • ‘Cannibal cavemen’: Ombudsman slams residents campaigning against ‘infectious’ cancer-sick kids
  • ‘Shocking & unacceptable’: Afghan football officials suspended amid abuse allegations
  • Kosovo’s new army to be ‘modest contributor to creating world peace’ – PM
  • Russia’s two most advanced submarines to finish sea trials by year’s end – shipyards boss
  • ‘I hear some fans aren’t happy, it’s ok I’ll be back’ - 1st trans male US boxer after pro debut
  • ‘Parties resolved the matter’: Court documents in ‘foreign agent’ Butina case suggest deal made
  • Celebrations by River Plate fans turn violent following Copa Libertadores victory (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Run, Krampus, run: Army of Xmas demons descends on Munich Christmas market (VIDEO)
  • Oman will allow Israeli planes to use airspace, Netanyahu says
  • Foreign Office to investigate reports UK govt funded anti-Corbyn company
  • Yemen FM ‘won’t accept’ UN peacekeeping mission in Hodeidah port city
  • Swim of a lifetime: Woman surrounded by killer whales in epic drone footage
  • May laughed at after she confirms last-minute delay of historic Brexit vote (WATCH LIVE)
  • Russian media covered the Yellow Vest protests; now France is investigating Russian ‘interference’
  • Turkey says Saudi consul ‘apparently complicit’ in Khashoggi killing
  • DISTURBING VIDEO shows group of NYPD officers ripping 1yo infant from mother’s arms
  • RT SPANISH JOINS US-BASED TELEVIVA NETWORK
  • Blackmailed to lie? Roger Stone associate sues Mueller, intel agencies for $350mn
  • EU will soon establish alternative payment channel allowing Iran to bypass US sanctions – Mogherini
  • 'Mini Cris' - Ronaldo Jr shows he's a chip off the old block with 1st football silverware
  • 'The father of Russian hockey': coaching legend Anatoly Tarasov would have turned 100 today
  • Armed group blocks key oilfield in SW Libya
  • Navy man put in charge of Russian military intelligence GRU after predecessor’s death – reports
  • Australia borrows crown from Qatar as world's top LNG exporter
  • Large silver deposit discovered in central China
  • Turkish prosecutors seek 15-year prison terms for journalists of opposition newspaper
  • India conducts new successful test-launch of Agni-V ICBM
  • Voyager 2 becomes second man-made object to enter interstellar space - NASA
  • Ukraine’s Poroshenko signs law terminating Friendship Treaty with Russia
  • Russia beats out China in top 3 emerging economies list
  • Biological viruses could hold key to super-fast supercomputers
  • Iran hopes anti-drug smuggling efforts will convince Europe to save nuclear deal – analyst (VIDEO)
  • ‘Maybe he misses me…?’ - Ronaldo urges Messi to make Italy switch, throws shade at Real
  • Russia’s ‘deadliest maniac’ gets SECOND life sentence for murdering 56 more women
  • Theresa May to address Parliament on Brexit amid reports key vote will be postponed
  • Brexit vote confusion: Conflicting reports on whether or not it will go ahead
  • ‘It’s mine, my own, my Brexit!’: Gollum actor reprises role to deride Theresa May (VIDEO)
  • Khabib Nurmagomedov granted delay in UFC 229 post-fight brawl hearing
  • World famous metal bucket crushing kangaroo dies aged 12 (PHOTOS)
  • Australia wants more oversight over Facebook & Google’s powers amid ‘transparency’ issues
  • US-backed Syrian SDF forces push into last remaining ISIS stronghold Hajin – report
  • Japan may be taking sides with US in trade war against China, halts purchases of Huawei & ZTE tech
  • Javid circling May, ready to launch leadership bid if PM’s ‘s*** Brexit deal’ is defeated – reports
  • WikiLeaks skewers Guardian writer for zany theory that RT is, wait for it... reporting news
  • EU blacklists 9 people over E. Ukraine elections, signals no new Russia sanctions – report
  • Bear market already here, brace for 20% stock plunge – Ned Davis Research
  • Ex-Nissan boss formally charged for financial misconduct
  • China slams ‘inhumane’ treatment of Huawei executive, says Canada violates her rights
  • Boris Johnson’s new haircut fires up rumor mill about Tory leadership challenge (PHOTOS)
  • UN members adopt global migration pact – Moroccan FM
  • Protests in France are internal affair, claims of Russia’s involvement are slander – Kremlin
  • Stranded in space, Iron Man? Roscosmos is coming to rescue you!
  • Israel joins anti-illegal funding body FATF
  • N. Korea’s Kim Jong-un ‘unlikely to visit’ Seoul this year – sources
  • European Court of Justice rules Britain free to revoke Brexit unilaterally
  • Mobile phones are insecure as ‘walls have ears’ but TV is OK, Russia intel chief says
  • Money for bombs but not for aid? Millions of Iraqis destitute 1yr after victory over ISIS (VIDEO)
  • UN commander in Lebanon discusses Hezbollah tunnels with Israeli military chief
  • Acting PM Pashinyan’s bloc gets over 70% of vote in Armenian parliamentary election – CEC
  • VIDEO of Russian Foreign Intel Spetsnaz training shown for the 1st time on TV
  • ‘The thing is done’: Khashoggi killing tape indicates hit squad was briefing Riyadh, report says
  • Pregnant woman among 7 Israelis injured in drive-by shooting in West Bank
  • Trump commits to record $750bn defense budget days after saying $716bn was too much – reports
  • Break-in reported at detained Huawei executive’s house as she fears for her health in jail
  • Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's birthday meditation in Myanmar is so cringeworthy we can't even
  • Trump's Chief of Staff post in the air after his top pick refuses to replace Kelly
  • White-hot River comeback clinches Copa Libertadores 2018 in extra time (PHOTOS)
  • Labour furious over report that anti-Russia charity targeted Corbyn, receives govt cash
  • Certified killer! Goalscorer Benedetto cracks up internet with crazy celebration face (PHOTOS)
  • Divided nations: UN migration pact sows discord as states turn away & face domestic tensions
  • 'Whatever happens, Russia did it!’ Senator mocks ‘absurd’ Kiev claim FSB is behind France protests
  • Syrian air defenses intercept enemy targets near Damascus – state TV
  • Prestigious Heisman Trophy winner Murray forced to apologize for homophobic teenage tweets
  • Porno pyramid posers: Egypt investigates nude couple PHOTO from iconic site (EXPLICIT)
  • Man attacks three women with knife at train station in Mulhouse, France
  • Somber stats: 2018 sets alarming new record for gun violence in US schools
  • ‘System is broken’: Medical researchers still routinely hiding funding from Big Pharma
  • Renters forever? 89% of US millennials want to own a home but student debt is stopping them – survey
  • Yellow Vest protests are ‘catastrophe’ for French economy & business – finance minister
  • Head-first finish: Runner crashes through line after celebration goes hilariously wrong (VIDEO)
  • WATCH Russia’s Su-25 & Su-34 flying together in stunning close-up video
  • Khabib, Conor? 5 potentially HUGE match-ups for Max Holloway, all-conquering UFC featherweight champ
  • K-9 conundrum: Police dog struggles to get to grips with new winter shoes (VIDEO)
  • Ice fields & polar bears: Icebreaker voyages around Russia’s Arctic sea route sold out
  • China summons US envoy to lodge ‘strong protest’ over Huawei executive's arrest – FM
  • Boca Juniors & River Plate fans take over Madrid ahead of Copa Libertadores final (PHOTOS/VIDEO)
  • China to crack down on extravagant weddings & rising ‘bride prices’
  • White House 'strongly opposes' halting support of bloody Saudi-led campaign in Yemen – US official
  • Rewind revolt: YouTube’s 2018 wrap-up is not going down well (VIDEO)
  • ‘Leave our nation be’: French FM fires back at Trump’s tweet on Yellow Vest rallies
  • ‘Newspapers helping fuel racism in football’: Sterling speaks out after alleged abuse at Chelsea
  • Vasyl Lomachenko unifies WBA & WBO lightweight titles at Madison Square Garden
  • Music in mayhem: Artists hit the streets with Yellow Vest protesters (VIDEOS)
  • 260+ injured & over 1.7k detained across France in latest Yellow Vest chaos (VIDEO)
  • Ohio Senate passes bill to reintroduce handwriting into curriculum up to 5th grade

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  • Boao Forum Rome Conference calls for closer Europe-Asia cooperation
  • One year after liberation from IS, Iraqis still struggle to restore normal life
  • OPEC and allies agree to cut crude output by 1.2 mln barrels per day
  • Kramp-Karrenbauer succeeds Merkel as German CDU's new leader
  • Trump says he will nominate William Barr as next U.S. Attorney General
  • China's wish to complete talks on South China Sea COC in 3 years "good sign" : Philippine defense chief
  • S.Korea, DPRK hold liaison office meeting in Kaesong
  • Trump to pick State Department spokesperson as next UN envoy - report
  • Pompeo meets S. Korean FM on DPRK denuclearization
  • Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush laid to rest in Texas
  • U.S. Congress approves two-week spending bill to avert gov't shutdown
  • S.Korea, DPRK agree to verify withdrawal of guard posts in border area
  • 2 U.S. Marine aircraft crash off western coast of Japan, 6 missing
  • Americans gather to mourn Bush, an old friend of China
  • British MPs begin mammoth Brexit debate
  • U.S. in preparation to send warship into Black Sea
  • In laughter and tears, U.S. holds state funeral for 41st President George H.W. Bush
  • China urges developed countries fulfill assistance commitments
  • No jail time asked for ex-U.S. National Security Advisor Flynn over Russia probe
  • Google CEO to testify before House committee over transparency, privacy protection
  • Houston remembers legacy of late former U.S. President Bush
  • Haunted by "Yellow Vests," Macron seeks to get out of social uprising via risky moratorium
  • Pompeo to talk defense budgets, Moscow with allies during NATO trip
  • Spotlight: Late former president Bush flown back to U.S. capital for final salute
  • Kremlin denies Ukrainian allegations of Russian aggression
  • Philippine president likely to extend martial law in Mindanao island
  • Israeli PM to meet U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo in Brussels
  • S. Korean prosecutors seek arrest warrants for ex-top court justices over judiciary power abuse
  • Possibility for DPRK leader's visit to Seoul left open: Moon
  • Trump to terminate old NAFTA in an attempt to force congress to approve revised deal
  • UK could face constitutional crisis if PM loses crucial Brexit vote, says academic
  • 1st bridge beam erected along China-Laos railway
  • Trump says meeting with DPRK's top leader Kim likely early next year: report
  • G20 summit endorses multilateral trade system, WTO reforms
  • Spotlight: Russia blames U.S. politics for abortion of Putin-Trump meeting
  • Chinese automaker Byton brings concept electric SUV to LA Auto Show
  • Former U.S. president George H.W. Bush dies at 94
  • White House says Trump cancels meeting with Putin over Ukraine, not Russia probe
  • Trump, Abe discuss DPRK, trade in talks
  • 500 million Marriott guests may be affected by massive data breach
  • Trump discusses 2nd DPRK summit with S. Korea's Moon
  • UK MP quits in protest at May's Brexit deal: report
  • Argentine president opens G20 Summit
  • Malaysia says credible evidence needed to restart MH370 search
  • Malnutrition prevalence remain high across the world, says report
  • "We are friends. President Xi, welcome.": Argentine Ambassador to China
  • President Xi's visit is an expression of the close relations we have: Spanish Ambassador to China
  • 80 adolescents likely to die daily of AIDS by 2030: UNICEF
  • Russia deploys another S-400 battalion in Crimea amid tensions
  • Trump cancels meeting with Putin, citing Ukraine-Russia confrontation
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  • Egypt restricts yellow vests sales to avoid copycat protests
  • Egypt restricts yellow vests sales to avoid copycat protests
  • Egyptian authorities have quietly introduced restrictions on the sale of yellow reflective vests, fearing opponents might attempt to copy French protesters during next month's anniversary of the 2011 popular uprising that toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak, security officials and retailers said Monday.
  • US sanctions three N.Korean officials for suspected rights abuses
  • US sanctions three N.Korean officials for suspected rights abuses
  • The United States Monday imposed sanctions on three North Korea officials, including a top aide to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the U.S. Treasury Department said Monday.
  • Russia sends 2 nuclear-capable bombers to Venezuela
  • Russia sends 2 nuclear-capable bombers to Venezuela
  • Two Russian nuclear-capable strategic bombers arrived in Venezuela Monday, a deployment that comes amid soaring Russia-U.S. tensions.
  • ISF arrests drug dealer in Antelias
  • ISF arrests drug dealer in Antelias
  • The Internal Security Forces has arrested an alleged drug dealer and seized large quantities of drugs in Antelias, a statement from the agency reported Monday.
  • Hariri: Give president chance to find solution to govt impasse
  • Hariri: Give president chance to find solution to govt impasse
  • Hariri: Give president chance to find solution to govt impasse
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