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  • Unpatched Linux Bug May Open Devices to Serious Attacks Over Wi-Fi
  • Evidence of Behavioral, Biological Similarities Between Compulsive Overeating and Addiction
  • Under New Ownership, DigiCert Expands Into Verified Mark Certificates
  • American Icons: ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’
  • The Theremin Turns 100 Years Old
  • Google's VR Daydream is Over
  • Tackling Inequality Could Save Millions of Children
  • Yahoo is Deleting All Content Ever Posted to Yahoo Groups
  • Australian Talking Clock: Taken Offline by Telstra Put Back Online by a Fan
  • Tiny Particles Lead to Brighter Clouds in the Tropics
  • Smoke Signals: Study Shows Path Linking Nicotine Addiction to Increased Risk for Diabetes
  • Does your Laptop Overheat? What do You do About It?
  • Scientists Find Early Humans Moved through Mediterranean Earlier than Believed
  • Virgin Galactic Unveils Commercial Space Suits
  • $3 Billion State Ballot Proposition to Decide Fate of Texas Cancer Research Funding Agency
  • Samsung: Anyone's Thumbprint Can Unlock Galaxy S10 Phone
  • Senator Proposes Data Privacy Bill with Serious Punishments
  • Going Against the Flow around a Supermassive Black Hole
  • NASA Engineer Claims 'Helical Engine' Concept Could Reach 99% The Speed of Light
  • Turkey ‘Effectively Holding 50 US Nuclear Bombs Hostage’ at Air Base
  • In 2019, Multiple Open Source Companies Changed Course
  • The Lines of Code That Changed Everything
  • Amazon Prime Video is Confusing its Customers with Bait-and-Switch Tactics, Survey Shows
  • Amazon Unhooks its Last Oracle Database, Nothing Breaks and Life Goes On
  • SpaceX Requests Permission to Launch an Additional 30,000 Starlink Satellites, to a Total of 42,000+
  • Samsung Invests $11 Billion in QD-OLED Display Technology
  • UK's 28 Petaflops Archer2 Supercomputer Will Use AMD Epyc CPUs
  • Google Senior Vice President of Devices and Services Would Disclose "Smart Speakers" to Guests
  • Toxic PCBs Linger in Schools; EPA, Lawmakers Fail to Act
  • NASA’s New Artemis Spacesuits Make It Easier for Astronauts of All Sizes to Move on the Moon
  • YouTube Gets Alleged Copyright Troll to Agree to Stop Trolling YouTubers
  • Twitter Will Limit the Reach of Tweets by Certain Politicians Who Break its Rules
  • Tokyo Olympics, US Tariffs Trump Europe's Brexit Shakes As Global PC Shipments Increase
  • New Evidence Supports Giant Asteroid Impact 12 800 Years Ago
  • SEC Blocks Telegram’s $1.7 Billion Planned Token Sale
  • Drug Can Extend Survival Rates For Heart Failure Patients
  • Fire Blankets Can Protect Buildings From Wildfires
  • Blind People Have Increased Opportunities, but Employers' Perceptions are Still a Barrier
  • Instacart Shoppers are Organizing a Nationwide Protest
  • Google Avoids Serving Repeat Ads With Machine Learning
  • AMD Refreshes Embedded GPU Lineup, Launches Polaris-Based Embedded Radeon E9560 & E9390
  • I Tried to Hack My Insomnia With Technology. Here’s What Worked.
  • How Fake News Spreads Like a Real Virus
  • The Reflections in a Pop Star’s Eyes Told a Selfie Stalker Exactly How to Find Her
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Fingerprint Reader Defeated by Silicon Case
  • Worn-Out Flash Memory is Suddenly Bricking Tesla Cars
  • Australian Computer Society Members Fight Corporate "Hijack"
  • Mathematicians Prove That Flash-Memory "Fingerprints" of Electronic Devices Are Truly Unique
  • State of Georgia Orders Citizens to Immediately Kill any Fish that Survives on Land
  • Unsigned int in sudo Allows Linux Privilege Escalation
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  • Boeing Pilot Complained of 'Egregious' Issue With 737 Max in 2016
  • Lebanon Withdraws Plan To Charge a Fee on WhatsApp Calls as the Country Faces Its Biggest Protests
  • Facebook Portal Sales Are 'Very Low'
  • Canonical Releases Ubuntu Linux 19.10 Eoan Ermine with GNOME 3.34, Light Theme, and Raspberry Pi 4 Support
  • US Astronauts Embark on the First All-Female Spacewalk
  • Banning Out-of-Hours Email 'Could Harm Employee Wellbeing'
  • Oracle Co-CEO Mark Hurd Passes Away
  • Multifactor Authentication Issue Hitting North American Azure, Office 365 Users
  • Google Hardware Chief Says He Does Not Know Why Pixel 4 Smartphone With Snapdragon 855 Processor Can't Support 4K Video Recording at 60FPS
  • Facing Unbearable Heat, Qatar Has Begun To Air-Condition the Outdoors
  • Most U.S. Dairy Cows Are Descended From Just 2 Bulls. That's Not Good
  • Physicists Propose Listening For Dark Matter With Plasma-Based 'Axion Radio'
  • Rocket Lab Launches Highest Mission Yet To Put Astro Digital Satellite In Orbit
  • Mars InSight's 'Mole' Is Moving Again
  • New Bill Promises an End To Our Privacy Nightmare, Jail Time To CEOs Who Lie
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  • Success! NASA Confirms the Mole is Working Again.
  • There’s the Curiosity Rover, On the Move, Seen from Space
  • What Was The First Color In The Universe?
  • Here’s the Picture We’ve Been Waiting for. Hubble’s Photo of Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov
  • An Army of Tiny Robots Could Assemble Huge Structures in Space
  • NASA’s New Lunar Spacesuit is Going to be a Lot More Comfortable for Astronauts
  • SpaceX Files a Request to Launch Another 30,000 Satellites for Starlink, on Top of the 12,000 They’re Already Planning to Launch
  • Some Quasars Shine With the Light of Over a Trillion Stars
  • Weekly Space Hangout: October 16, 2019 – Jeffrey Kargel Talks Climate Change on Earth and Beyond
  • NASA Engineer Has A Great Idea for a High-Speed Spacedrive. Too Bad it Violates the Laws of Physics
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  • Guess who's dreaming of facial-recog body cams now? US border cops: AI tech sought to scrutinize travelers
  • Good guy, Microsoft: Multi-factor auth outage gives cloudy Office, Azure users a surprise three-day weekend
  • Mark Hurd is dead
  • Pack your pyjamas, Zuck: US bill threatens execs with prison for data failures
  • What's the scoop with Mars InSight's mired mole? It's digging again, thanks to trowel trickery
  • All we need is just a little patients: Google's Alphabet hires new chief health officer
  • Google lashes out at DoJ, Oracle as it asks US Supremes to sniff Java suit one last time
  • Like Visual Studio Code and your data lives in SQL Server? Microsoft has something for you
  • Yahoo! Groups' closure and a tale of Oftel: Die-hard users 'informally' included telcos
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  • Junior minister says gov.UK considering facial recognition to verify age of p0rn-watchers
  • How does 36m sound, mon CHERI? UK.gov pumps cash into Arm security research
  • Orange you happy to be a customer? Spammy sextortion malware only targeted French ISP
  • Sod 3G, that can go, but don't rush to turn off 2G, UK still needs it – report
  • Yay, Intel chip shortages should be over soon! Nope. Strap in, at least another quarter or two to go, say PC execs
  • Microsoft Surface Pro X: Windows on Arm usable at long last – but, boy, are you gonna pay for it
  • I discovered the world's last video rental kiosk and it would make a great spaceship
  • A History of (Computer) Violence: Wait. Before you whack it again, try caressing the mouse
  • Infrastructure as Code could be game-changing for your business: Learn more with Google Cloud
  • Google slings websites into Chrome's solitary confinement on Android to thwart Spectre-style data snooping
  • Good news – America's nuke arsenal to swap eight-inch floppy disks for solid-state drives
  • GitLab reset --hard bad1dea: Biz U-turns, unbans office political chat, will vet customers
  • Not a good look, Google: Pixel 4 mobes can be face-unlocked even if you're asleep... or dead?
  • Help! I bought a domain and ended up with a stranger's PayPal! And I can't give it back
  • Are you a Dapr Dan? Microsoft teases runtime for Kubernetes to make microservices sparkle
  • A cautionary, Thames Watery tale on how not to look phishy: 'Click here to re-register!'
  • Any finger will do? Samsung Galaxy S10 with a screen protector reportedly easy to fool
  • Remember the Democratic National Committee email leak? Same hackers now targeting EU countries, say malware boffins
  • Fancy yourself as a bit of a Ramblin' Man or Woman? Maybe brush up on your cartography
  • UK culture sec hints at replacing TV licence fee, defends encryption ban proposals and her boss in Hacker House inquiry
  • This fall, Ubuntu 19.10 stars as Eoan Ermine in... Dawn of the Stoats
  • Lenovo unfolds time frame for bendy ThinkPad: Pricey Windows PC out in summer '20
  • Privacy pop-up exhibit shows people in The Glass Room shouldn't throw phones – though they may well want to
  • Three UK goes TITSUP*: Down and out for 10 hours and counting
  • Register Lecture: Is space law 'hurting' commercial exploration?
  • We're going deeper Underground: Vulture clicks claws over London's hidden tracks
  • Tune into El Reg and Avnet live online today: How equipment makers will bring clouds home
  • OAMigod! Microsoft has a cloud app spec for you – and hopes Rudr can't fail
  • Hubble grabs first snap of interstellar comet... or at least that's what we hope this smudge is
  • IBM: Why yes, Red Hat is doing great. Thanks for asking. The rest of Big Blue? Sure, wait – someone's at the door...
  • Creepy AI Clips cam, Daydream VR headset, 1st-gen Pixel Buds join Google Reader, Allo, Plus in digital heaven
  • Hundreds charged in internet's biggest child-abuse swap-shop site bust: IP addy leak led cops to sys-op's home
  • Think your VMware snapshots are all good? Guess again if you're on Windows Server 2019
  • In solidarity with its broken email hosting, 123-Reg's '24/7' support lines also fall over
  • A funny thing happened on Huawei to the bank. We made even more money. Hahaha. Here till Friday
  • Scariest thing about Halloween? HMRC and Defra systems still a risk to post-Brexit borders
  • Tinfoil-hat search engine DuckDuckGo gifts more options, dark theme and other toys for the 0.43%
  • Well, well, well. Fancy that. UK.gov shelves planned pr0n block
  • Some assembly required as Dream Chaser mini-shuttle's empty husk arrives in Colorado
  • Hunter becomes the hunted as private equity giant makes $5bn bid to buy Tech Data – report

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  • LTTng 2.11.0 "Lafontaine" released
  • Five new stable kernels
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  • Ubuntu 19.10 (Eoan Ermine) released
  • [$] Really fixing getrandom()
  • Bazel 1.0 released
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  • Perl 6 renamed to Raku
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  • KDE Plasma 5.17 released
  • Python 3.8.0 released
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  • Free Software Wireless-N Mini Router v2 from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Richard M. Stallman resigns
  • International Day Against DRM (IDAD): Defending the right to read on Oct. 12
  • Early registration open for FSF's licensing seminar on Oct 16 in Raleigh, NC
  • Alexandre Oliva joins Free Software Foundation board of directors
  • Six more devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF job opportunity: campaigns manager
  • OpenStreetMap and Deborah Nicholson win 2018 FSF Awards
  • Seven new devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Activists and experts gather in Cambridge for ethical tech conference to celebrate software freedom on March 23-24
  • FSF Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report now available
  • Vikings D8 Mainboard and D8 Workstation now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF adds Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million from Handshake
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  • 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
  • Quin Defiende Tus Datos?: Four Years Setting The Bar for Privacy Protections in Latin America and Spain
  • EFF Defends Section 230 in Congress
  • Congressional Hearing Wednesday: EFF Will Urge Lawmakers to Protect Important Internet Free Speech Law
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF’s Rainey Reitman Will Urge California Lawmakers to Balance Needs of Consumers In Developing Cryptocurrency Regulations
  • Today: Tell Congress Not to Pass Another Bad Copyright Law
  • One Weird Law That Interferes With Security Research, Remix Culture, and Even Car Repair
  • Secret Court Rules That the FBI’s “Backdoor Searches” of Americans Violated the Fourth Amendment
  • EFF to Court: Parody Book Combining Dr. Seuss and Star Trek Themes Is Fair Use
  • China’s Global Reach: Surveillance and Censorship Beyond the Great Firewall
  • Twitter "Unintentionally" Used Your Phone Number for Targeted Advertising
  • Victory! California Governor Signs A.B. 1215
  • Bad News From the EU: High Court Blesses Global Takedown Order
  • EFF to First Circuit: First Amendment Protects Right to Secretly Audio Record Police
  • Facebook Shouldn't Give Politicians More Power Than Ordinary Users
  • A Race to the Bottom of Privacy Protection: The US-UK Deal Would Trample Cross Border Privacy Safeguards
  • The Open Letter from the Governments of US, UK, and Australia to Facebook is An All-Out Attack on Encryption
  • Victory! EFF Wins Access to License Plate Reader Data to Study How Law Enforcement Uses the Privacy Invasive Technology
  • Coders' Rights Are At Risk in Brazil, and the Harms Could Affect Everyone
  • Adversarial Interoperability
  • Privacy Allies File Amicus Briefs in Support of EFF’s Jewel v. NSA Case
  • D.C. Circuit Offers Bad News, Good News on Net Neutrality: FCC Repeal Upheld, But States Can Fill the Gap
  • Senate Antitrust Hearing Explores Big Tech’s Merger Mania
  • California: Tell Governor Newsom to Stop Face Surveillance on Police Body Cams
  • Help EFF Find Our Next Development Director
  • The FISA Oversight Hearing Confirmed That Things Need to Change
  • South Africa Bans Bulk Collection. Will the U.S. Courts Follow Suit?
  • The Christchurch Call Comes to the UN
  • European Court’s Decision in Right To Be Forgotten Case is a Win for Free Speech
  • EFF to HUD: Algorithms Are No Excuse for Discrimination
  • Nigeria Misuses Overbroad Cyberstalking Law: Levels Charges Against Political Protester Sowore
  • Carnegie Experts Should Know: Defending Encryption Isn't an "Absolutist" Position
  • How to Make Sure the Tech You Use and Build Reflects Your Values
  • Innocent Users Have the Most to Lose in the Rush to Address Extremist Speech Online
  • Facebook's Social Media Council Leaves Key Questions Unanswered
  • EFF to Observe at United Nations General Assembly Leaders' Week Event
  • Hearing Friday: Plaintiffs Challenging FOSTA Ask Court to Reinstate Lawsuit Seeking To Block Its Enforcement
  • Thanks For Helping Us Defend the California Consumer Privacy Act
  • Big Tech’s Disingenuous Push for a Federal Privacy Law
  • Facebook Must Better Limit Its Face Surveillance
  • Don't Let Congress Hand Patent Abusers Their Ultimate Wishlist
  • EFF's 2019 Pioneer Awards Winner Remarks and Speeches
  • Victory! Individuals Can Force Government to Purge Records of Their First Amendment Activity
  • Encrypted DNS Could Help Close the Biggest Privacy Gap on the Internet. Why Are Some Groups Fighting Against It?
  • EFF to Third Circuit: Off-Campus Student Social Media Posts Entitled to Full First Amendment Protection
  • Victory! California Senate Votes Against Face Surveillance on Police Body Cams
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  • 'Queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption': Tulsi Gabbard DRAGS Hillary Clinton after 'Russian asset' claim
  • Trump campaign threatens to SUE CNN for ‘unfair, unfounded, unethical & unlawful’ attacks on president
  • Trump confirms Perry leaving Energy, nominates successor
  • ‘Russians’ are grooming Tulsi Gabbard, hints Hillary Clinton (& by the way, Jill Stein’s ‘totally’ a Russian asset too)
  • Hate the president, buy our pants? Sportswear brand tries to cash in on an ad showing Trump TIED-UP
  • Boeing in more trouble over messages ‘misleading’ FAA about 737 MAX problems – reports
  • ‘I treat it like a job’: Dutch former gymnastics star opens up on porn career
  • What does THAT mean? Trump says US ‘secured the oil’ in Syria, causes confusion
  • ‘I’d play Federer on Red Square’: Russian tennis sensation Medvedev speaks on ‘dream’ match, plus compatriots Khabib & Ovechkin
  • Barcelona mayhem: Clashes with police as ‘half a million’ pro-independence supporters rally amid general strike (PHOTO, VIDEO)
  • Pakistan kept on terrorism financing ‘grey list’ by global watchdog
  • Chaos in Catalonia: Locking up independence leaders for 13 years – what could possibly go wrong?
  • Macron found out about US withdrawal from northern Syria thanks to Twitter
  • ‘Proud for having served Europe’: Juncker makes emotional farewell speech during his final European Council summit (VIDEO)
  • What’s the beef? British farmers rail against Tesco’s VEGAN advert, but supermarkets have been squeezing them for years
  • Friendship resumed? Turkey’s Erdogan promises ‘new page’ in Ankara-Washington relations through talks with Trump
  • ‘World of Warcraft’ down, forcing gamers out of the basement and onto Twitter
  • Extinction Rebellion protester climbs Big Ben as police call on him to come down (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)
  • Pro-Pyongyang students break into US envoy’s residence in S. Korean capital
  • ‘I’m happy I can inspire kids’: Kremlin Cup defending champion & world no. 8 Karen Khachanov (VIDEO)
  • Germany, Italy & France set to block Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra in Europe – report
  • Bomb squad called in over suspicious package near UK parliament (PHOTO)
  • About 166,000 Syrians displaced over past 7 days because of hostilities – UN
  • Johnson & Johnson recalls single lot of Baby Powder after asbestos trace found
  • You didn’t really think all Russian assets & Kremlin puppets in the US have already been exposed, did you?
  • Russian football club account bombards followers with porn site links after being renamed 'T*TS' (PHOTOS)
  • France doesn’t want to see new Brexit delay, PM Johnson was ‘underestimated’ – Macron
  • Russian military finds new ‘definitive’ proof to back Moscow’s Arctic shelf claim – Deputy PM
  • ‘Medvedev is a hero, but the girls push each other too!’ Rising star Kudermetova on tennis in Russia
  • 2 blasts in Nangarhar mosque leave at least 62 killed, nearly 60 wounded – Afghan officials
  • Greta Thunberg's dream world would cause 'a human tragedy of disastrous proportions' – economist to RT
  • EU’s Tusk says Turkish halt of military operations ‘not a ceasefire’
  • 'Class is permanent': 39-year-old Brazil icon Ronaldinho takes out SEVEN opposition players with ridiculous no-look assist (VIDEO)
  • Passengers look on in horror as their plane’s engine CATCHES FIRE prior to boarding (VIDEO)
  • World’s longest non-stop flight from US to Australia ready for take-off
  • Erdogan sees ‘no problem for Turkey’ if Syrian forces enter areas cleared of Kurdish militia
  • Diva Las Vegas: Russian star Tutktamysheva ready to roll at Sin City season opener
  • ‘Britain now wants to remain’: Anti-Brexit campaigners’ POWERFUL VIDEO set in English countryside goes viral
  • Pyramid scheme: Extinction Rebellion protesters block London’s Oxford Circus with wooden structure (VIDEO)
  • Indian state bans cellphones at all colleges and universities
  • WATCH: Lady Gaga plunges off stage after leaping into fan’s arms
  • UFC chief Dana White gives update on Khabib v Ferguson fight as lightweight champ ‘prepares for war’
  • Lebanon’s ‘tax intifada’: Beirut aflame as protesters call for ‘downfall of the regime’ (VIDEOS)
  • Russia begins pumping natural gas into Turkish Stream pipeline
  • Afghanistan mosque bombing kills at least 17 people – reports
  • Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia cathedral shut down by Catalan ‘Picnic for the Republic’ protesters (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Like a ‘greased piglet’ BoJo will win his Brexit vote – former UK PM Cameron
  • WATCH: Buenos Aires commuters stage frantic rescue after woman KNOCKED onto metro tracks (VIDEO)
  • Austrian court jails imam, 3 other men for ‘Islamic State recruitment’
  • Barcelona v Real Madrid clash POSTPONED as El Clasico falls victim to raging protests in Catalonia
  • SMALL FOX stops GIANT AIRLINER after dashing across runway at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport (VIDEO)
  • PM Hariri cancels cabinet meeting as protests over economic crisis sweep Lebanon for 2nd day
  • Puigdemont appears before Belgian authorities over extradition as Catalonia burns, general strike begins
  • United States imposes record $7.5 billion in tariffs on European goods
  • S. Korean, Japanese PMs likely to meet next week amid strained ties
  • 2 passengers in critical condition after commercial plane nearly crashes into water on remote Alaska island (PHOTOS)
  • No agreement among EU leaders on launching Albania, N. Macedonia membership talks
  • UK Parliament’s treasury committee demands new Brexit analysis before key vote
  • Pompeo to meet Netanyahu in Israel after Turkey talks
  • Corbyn criticized by Tories for rejecting Boris Brexit deal before he’d even read it
  • Denied tools for his defense, Assange remains resilient ahead of ‘epic’ extradition battle – Pilger
  • ‘I’m the Meryl Streep of generals!’ Former Pentagon chief Mattis revels in Trump insult as #Resistance demands dirt
  • Mexican security forces flee after cartel gunmen launch WAR to release El Chapo’s son at drug lord’s bastion Culiacan (GRAPHIC)
  • No birds allowed in this nuclear apocalypse: US Navy ‘doomsday’ aircraft grounded by bird strike
  • France foiled ‘9/11-inspired’ plane hijacking attack, national security chief reveals
  • Agreement to pause Turkey’s campaign in Syria destroys US credibility, top Democrats say, despite demanding it
  • Flaming barricades & tensions: Unrest continues to grip Barcelona after Spain jails pro-independence Catalan leaders (VIDEOS)
  • Energy secretary Rick ‘Freedom Gas’ Perry leaving Trump cabinet
  • US & Turkish ‘joint effort’ in Syria will ‘promote peace’ – Erdogan
  • Ankara confirms ‘pausing’ operation against Kurds in Syria, but says its goals stay unchanged
  • Stuck in a Russiagate-collusion rut: Putin ‘owns Doral’ & other #Resistance pearls after G7 location announced
  • ‘Tough love’ with Turkey got Syria ceasefire done – Trump
  • Journalist who wrote about Al Qaeda-linked group ‘worth befriending’ slams Gabbard for suggesting the US backed Al Qaeda
  • White House announces G-7 summit in 2020 will be held at Trump Doral resort
  • Tragic Patrick Day’s death demonstrates the deadly lure of boxing cannot be curtailed
  • ‘Thanks for taking her away’: Football ace Maxi Lopez expresses gratitude to rival Mauro Icardi for his divorce with ex-wife
  • Turkey to halt military operation against Kurds in N. Syria, ceasefire will last for 120 hours
  • ‘We don’t want an empire built in Brussels’: Hungary’s FM speaks to RT about migrants & rocky relationship with the EU
  • ‘Do not wake the beast’: Plan to reissue Mein Kampf in France for 1st time since 1934 takes heat online
  • ‘Hockey isn’t about winning, it’s about having fun’: Young NHL fan delivers best hockey interview of the year (VIDEO)
  • Leading Democrat Rep. Elijah Cummings dead at 68
  • Tusk says Brexit discussions concluded & EU leaders have endorsed new deal
  • ‘Freedom without security?’ Telegram outright refuses to help Russia fight terrorism, FSB chief says
  • Liverpool star Mohamed Salah dresses up as Disney character to celebrate daughter's birthday
  • EU’s Junker ‘rules out’ granting UK a Brexit extension, insisting ‘we have a deal’
  • European Parliament president says Turkey’s EU membership talks should be suspended
  • ‘You can't be punching walls’: Australian cricket ace admonishes himself after breaking his hand on a dressing-room wall
  • Prince William says he and wife Kate are fine after plane twice aborts landing in Islamabad
  • India says one of its border guards killed, another injured by Bangladeshi forces in rare incident
  • Nearly half of immigrants’ descendants in Denmark say criticizing religion should be illegal
  • Man enters LION enclosure at New Delhi zoo to taunt and tease wildcat (VIDEO)
  • ‘I don’t think I’m a bad boy!’ Daniil Medvedev on image and ‘dream’ of passing Roger Federer (VIDEO)
  • Afghanistan’s civilian casualties at record high in July-September, UN says
  • Nuclear deterrence ready: Putin presides over mega missile exercise involving submarines, bombers & ground launchers (VIDEOS)
  • ‘I got you’: UFC champ Stipe Miocic offers backup after Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett is punched in the face by fan
  • ‘People put RIP to my name’: Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev on stunning comeback to elite tennis (VIDEO)
  • Russia plans to issue its first 'Panda' bonds next year – finance ministry
  • Scandal in Moscow: Khabib walks out of his own press conference before it begins, leaving media outlets empty-handed (VIDEO)
  • Syria will respond to Turkish aggression on any part of the country – Assad
  • ‘Hey hey hey!’: Juncker scolds journalists for attempting to flee Brexit presser early after Johnson’s last remarks (VIDEO)

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  • For the first time, reasonable people in the United States have begun to speculate that President Donald Trump could be convicted by the Senate and thus removed from office.
  • Bulgaria coach quits after racism row at England match
  • Bulgaria coach quits after racism row
  • Bulgaria’s coach quit Friday over the 6-0 loss to England in a Euro 2020 qualifier which was overshadowed by racist abuse that sparked a storm of protest.
  • Klopp warns Reds against complacency
  • Klopp warns Reds against complacency
  • Liverpool boss Juergen Klopp said media predictions that his team will swat aside a misfiring Manchester United Sunday could be creating a banana skin for the Premier League leaders at Old Trafford.
  • Barca, Real agree new date for Clasico
  • Barca, Real agree new date for Clasico
  • Barca and Real Madrid have agreed a new date of Dec. 18 for the Clasico after Spain’s biggest football match was postponed Friday due to protests in Catalonia.
  • Bulgaria coach quits after racism row at England match
  • Bulgaria coach quits after racism row
  • Bulgaria’s coach quit Friday over the 6-0 loss to England in a Euro 2020 qualifier which was overshadowed by racist abuse that sparked a storm of protest.
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  • Barca, Real agree new date for Clasico
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  • Syria Cease-Fire Off to Rocky Start amid Reports of Fighting
  • FAA Confronts Boeing Over Internal Messages Revealing Flaws
  • Is Turkey Holding 50 US Nuclear Weapons ‘Hostage’?
  • 38 People Cited for Violations in Clinton Email Probe
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