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  • Astronomers See 'Cosmic Ring Of Fire,' 11 Billion Years Ago
  • Leaked Draft Details Trump’s Likely Attack on Technology Giants
  • Raspberry Pi 4 Gets 8 GB RAM Model, Also 64-bit OS and USB Boot (Both in Beta)
  • New Zealand Sits on Top of the Remains of a Giant Ancient Volcanic Plume
  • Half the Matter in the Universe was Missing—We Found it Hiding in the Cosmos
  • Media Corruption? Car Safety Recalls Reported Less Often When Manufacturers Advertise More
  • US Cable Subscribers are Still Being 'Ripped Off' by Creeping Price Increases
  • Cmd.Exe is Dead, Long Live PowerShell: Aged Command-Line Interpreter Moved to 'Maintenance Mode'
  • Designing a Flexible Material to Protect Buildings, Military Personnel
  • U.S. Army Will Test Out Using SpaceX's Starlink for Three Years
  • Researchers Seek to Better Understand Why Young Adults Choose to Move to Rural Montana
  • Women with Neandertal Gene Variant are More Fertile, Have Fewer Miscarriages
  • General Electric Divests Lighting Business
  • OneWeb Seeks Permission to Launch 48,000 Satellites Despite Bankruptcy
  • Simulations Explain Detonation Properties in TATB
  • Superworms Digest Plastic, with Help from their Bacterial Sidekicks
  • Terrestrial Bacteria Can Grow on Nutrients from Space
  • Melting Ice Reveals an Ancient, Once-Thriving Trade Route
  • Scientists Develop the Most Heat-Resistant Material Ever Created
  • Scientists Finally Crack Nature's Most Common Chemical Bond
  • Study Reveals Substantial Quantities of Tyre Particles Contaminating Rivers and Ocean
  • SpaceX to Launch Crew Demo 2; Weather Causes Today's Launch to be Scrubbed; Try Again Sat.
  • Audi Parks Driver for Using a Ringer in Charity Esports Race
  • US Lawmakers Get a Second Shot at Forcing FBI Agents to Obtain a Warrant for Browser History Search
  • eBay Users Spot the Online Auction House Port-Scanning Their PCs. Um... is That OK?
  • Twitter Adds Label to Trump's Misleading Tweets About Mail-In Ballots
  • The 'Cow' Mystery Strikes Back: Two More Rare, Explosive Events Captured
  • New iOS Jailbreak Tool Works on (Most) Versions of iOS 11 to iOS 13.5
  • Energy-Recovery Linear Accelerator Proposed for Next-Generation Physics Research
  • YouTube "Error" Leads to Censorship of Chinese-Language Phrases Critical of the CCP
  • SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-2 Launch Timeline
  • Spacex - Crew Dragon Demo 2 Launch - 2020-05-27 20:33 UTC (16:33 EDT)
  • Researchers Build Sensor Consisting of Only 11 Atoms
  • ARM Announces Cortex-A78 and Cortex-X1
  • Intel and AMD Shouldn’t Panic Yet, but This Chinese Vendor Has Repacked a Xeon CPU
  • Building Bricks from Plastic Waste
  • Exploring Windows for Workgroups 3.11 - Early 90s Networking
  • Worth their Salt: Researchers Report First Case of Hexagonal NaCl
  • Internet Archive Adds "Context" with Warnings
  • Applying Physics to Understanding the Mystery of Consciousness
  • Virgin Orbit Loses its First Rocket Shortly After Engine Ignition
  • People Know Reusing Passwords is Dumb, But Still Do It
  • Researchers Achieve Broadest Microcomb Spectral Span On Record
  • China Space Programme Targets July Launch for Mars Mission
  • Just Turning Your Phone on Qualifies as Searching It, Court Rules
  • US Begins Crackdown on Unvetted Virus Blood Tests
  • Onboard Separation Technology Set to Improve Fuel Economy
  • Researchers Claim New Internet Speed Record of 44.2 Tbps
  • Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit Pushes Midair Rocket Launch to Monday
  • Microsoft's Windows Package Manager: This Command-Line Tool Can Install All Your Apps
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  • Google Rescinds Offers To Thousands of Contract Workers
  • Why Remote Work Is So Hard -- and How It Can Be Fixed
  • NSA Warns of New Sandworm Attacks on Email Servers
  • Tile Writes to EU Accusing Apple of Abuse of Power
  • Google Makes Sharing Plus Codes Easier in a Push To Simplify Addressing System Globally
  • Translation From VC-Backed PR Jargon To English of Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz's Statement That He's 'Stepping Down'
  • Twitter Flags Trump and White House Tweets About Minneapolis Protests for 'Glorifying Violence'
  • Miss Your Office? Some Companies Are Building Virtual Replicas
  • Ancient Mass Extinction Tied To Ozone Loss, Warming Climate
  • Vulcan Is Closing 'The Living Computers: Museum + Labs' In Seattle
  • Uber Destroys Thousands of Bikes and Scooters
  • Germany Calls In Russian Envoy Over Hack Attack
  • ACLU Accuses Clearview AI of Privacy 'Nightmare Scenario'
  • Google Sued by Arizona Over Location Data and Alleged Consumer Fraud
  • Google Launches Android Studio 4.0 With Motion Editor, Build Analyzer, and Java 8 APIs
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  • Universe Today

    Universe Today

  • How to Make the Food and Water Mars-Bound Astronauts Will Need for Their Mission
  • Powerful Telescope Confirms There’s an Earth-Sized World Orbiting Proxima Centauri
  • On Mars, mud flows like lava
  • This Rocket Engine’s Thrust Chamber was 3D-printed and Only has Three Parts
  • At cosmic distances, even the speed of light is really slow
  • Extremely Hot Exoplanets Can Have Extreme Weather, Like Clouds of Aluminum Oxide and Titanium Rain
  • What Are Some Clues to the Climates of Exoplanets?
  • The Solar System Might Not Exist if There Wasn’t a Huge Galactic Collision with the Milky Way Billions of Years Ago
  • A Massive Rotating Disc Discovered in the Early Universe
  • This Dwarf Galaxy is all by Itself
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  • Using Curl to make REST API requests
  • Linux Kodachi 7.0 Security-Focused OS Moves to Linux 5.4, Based on Xubuntu 18.04 LTS
  • A simple Python HTTP server for your sysadmin toolbox
  • Cinnamon 4.6 Arrives with Fractional Scaling, Nemo Improvements, and More
  • The Register

    The Register

  • The top three myths of cloud data protection – busted
  • High-level musical chairs continue at SAP as yet another senior exec departs
  • Nokia's reboot of the 5310 is a blissfully dumb phone that will lug some mp3s about just fine
  • Guess who came thiiis close to signing off a €102k annual budget? Austria. Someone omitted 'figures in millions'
  • HP's hoping it'll be second time lucky with launch of Reverb G2 nerd goggles
  • Visual Studio Code finally arrives on ARM64 Windows. No, you haven't woken up in 2017, sadly. It's still 2020
  • VirtuaVerse: Cyberpunk point-and-click throwback with ace chiptune soundtrack put out by... a metal record label?
  • This'll make you feel old: Uni compsci favourite Pascal hits the big five-oh this year
  • Great news. Patch load drops 20% for the first time in 10 years. Bad news: Well, you've heard about coronavirus?
  • Software bug in Bombardier airliner made planes turn the wrong way
  • Did nobody tell them about the lockdown? Logitech releases new 'luggable' mechanical keyboard for LAN parties
  • Wipro names new CEO: Former Capgemini COO Thierry Delaporte
  • So you really didn't touch the settings at all, huh? Well, this print-out from my secret backup says otherwise
  • VMware virtually untouched by virus, impact of private Keith Urban concert for staff uncertain
  • VR flop Magic Leap’s ‘pivot’ spins CEO right off his throne
  • It's not every day the NSA publicly warns of attacks by Kremlin hackers – so take this critical Exim flaw seriously
  • After 30 years of searching, astroboffins finally detect the universe's 'missing matter' – using fast radio bursts
  • Dell says the hard part comes next after rapid pandemic response helped it to stable Q1 revenue
  • China's Tencent to order ONE MILLION SERVERS as part of $70bn digital infrastructure splurge
  • NTT warns its Singapore cloud was hacked, Japanese customer data compromised
  • Trump issues toothless exec order to show donors, fans he's doing something about those Twitter twerps
  • Clearview AI sued by ACLU for scraping billions of selfies from social media to power its facial-recog-for-cops system
  • Paying Arizona: Google sued by state for location data revenues after tracking state's citizens via mobiles
  • Got $50k spare? Then you can crack SHA-1 – so OpenSSH is deprecating flawed hashing algo in a 'near-future release'
  • Surprise! That 339 world's first 'anti-5G' protection device is just a 5 USB drive with a nice sticker on it
  • Linux-loving Windows 10 May 2020 Update squeaks in with days to spare before June
  • Cybercrooks tend to prefer Google-branded phishing to Microsoft-flavoured lures
  • How fit is your storage to deliver with speed and resilience?
  • You're not getting Huawei that easily: Canadian judge rules CFO's extradition proceedings to US can continue
  • Raspberry Pi Foundation serves up an 8GB slice of mini-computing goodness
  • You, Apple Mac fan. Put down the homemade oat-milk latte, you need to patch a load of security bugs, too
  • Workday chops up to $85m off subscription forecast for fiscal 2021 in response to pandemic
  • Laughing UK health secretary launches COVID-19 Test and Trace programme with glitchy website and no phone app
  • Embrace and kill? AppGet dev claims Microsoft reeled him in with talk of help and a job – then released remarkably similar package manager
  • Pablo Escobar's big bro and former accountant sues Apple for $2.6bn over FaceTime bug
  • EU General Court tears up ban on Three slurping O2. Good thing the latter's not set to merge with Virgin Media, eh?
  • In Rust, we lust: Security-focused super-C++ language still most loved among Stack Overflow denizens
  • Great success! Finance app was able to inform user that their action was unsuccessful
  • Broadcom sends its England-based staff back into office as UK lockdown eases – though Welsh workers get a free pass
  • IBM Sametime could rise again as HCL makes shortlist for India's home-grown Zoom clone
  • Ardour goes harder: v6.0 brings 'huge engineering changes' to open-source digital audio workstation
  • Boeing brings back the 737 Max but also lays off thousands
  • The time of annealing has come upon us, says Nutanix after beating revenue guidance
  • FYI: There are thousands of Chrome extensions with so, so many fake installations to trick you into using them
  • Switzerland 'first' country to roll out contact-tracing app using Apple-Google APIs to track coronavirus spread
  • Vietnam accelerates – dare we say it? – digital transformation for a fourth industrial revolution
  • Made-up murder claims, threats to kill Twitter, rants about NSA spying – anything but mention 100,000 US virus deaths, right, Mr President?
  • Before IBM started axing staff, it told them Q3 2020 would be super-busy with post-lockdown catch-up jobs
  • HP Ink sales are in the red: Total revenue down 11 per cent as CEO says coronavirus knackered supply chain
  • Turns out Elon can't control the weather – what a scrub: Rain, clouds delay historic manned SpaceX-NASA launch

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  • [$] Merkle trees and build systems
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for May 28, 2020
  • [$] Some sessions from the Python Language Summit
  • Cook: security things in Linux v5.5
  • A pandemic-era LWN update
  • A set of stable kernels
  • OpenSSH 8.3 released (and ssh-rsa deprecation notice)
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • Carpenter: Writing the Ultimate Locking Check
  • [$] Testing in Go: philosophy and tools
  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • GoboLinux 017 released
  • [$] Hibernation in the cloud
  • FSF News
  • Free Software Foundation announces freedom-respecting videoconferencing for its associate members
  • Free Software Foundation targets Microsoft's smart assistant in new campaign
  • Let's Encrypt, Jim Meyering, and Clarissa Lima Borges receive FSF's 2019 Free Software Awards
  • Young hackers to deliver opening keynote for LibrePlanet conference
  • Environmental activist Shannon Dosemagen joins FSF conference keynote lineup
  • GNU-FSF cooperation update
  • Libiquity Wi-Fri ND2H Wi-Fi card now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • First LibrePlanet 2020 keynote announcement: Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle
  • Contract opportunity: Bookkeeper
  • Talos II Mainboard and Talos II Lite Mainboard now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • LibrePlanet returns in 2020 to Free the Future! March 14-15, Boston area
  • FSF and GNU
  • 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
  • Deeplinks
  • Immunity Passports Are a Threat to Our Privacy and Information Security
  • Watch EFF Cybersecurity Director Eva Galperin's TED Talk About Stalkerware
  • Trump Executive Order Misreads Key Law Promoting Free Expression Online and Violates the First Amendment
  • EFF to Court: Broadband Privacy Law Passes First Amendment Muster
  • How Big Tech Monopolies Distort Our Public Discourse
  • Two Federal COVID-19 Privacy Bills: A Good Start and a Misstep
  • A Plan to Pay Artists, Encourage Competition, and Promote Free Expression
  • The House Is Voting on Section 215, Again. The Bill Still Needs More Reform
  • Hearing Tuesday: EFF Urges California Lawmakers to Pass Fiber Broadband for All Bill To Ensure Full Internet Access For Everyone During the Pandemic and Beyond
  • EFF to Appeals Court: Reverse Legal Gotchas on Ordinary Internet Activities
  • EFF to UN Expert on Racial Discrimination: Mass Border Surveillance Hurts Vulnerable Communities
  • International Proposals for Warrantless Location Surveillance To Fight COVID-19
  • New Low for a Bad Patent: Patent Troll Sues Ventilator Company
  • No to California Bill on Verified Credentials of COVID-19 Test Results
  • COVID-19 Patients’ Right to Privacy Against Quarantine Surveillance
  • California Prisons Block AI Researchers from Examining Parole Denials
  • Facebook's Oversight Board: Who (and What) Is Missing From the Picture So Far
  • Stopping the Google-Fitbit Merger: Your Stories Needed!
  • Victory! German Mass Surveillance Abroad is Ruled Unconstitutional
  • Balanced Copyright Rules Can Help Save Lives During the COVID 19 Crisis
  • Security Expert Tadayoshi Kohno Joins EFF Advisory Board
  • The House Passed Legislation to Keep People Online Despite COVID-19, And the Senate Should Follow
  • House Legislation Guarantees Internet Access for Those Affected by COVID-19
  • Governments Shouldn’t Use “Centralized” Proximity Tracking Technology
  • Court Upholds Public Right of Access to Court Documents
  • The Santa Clara Principles During COVID-19: More Important Than Ever
  • Understandable But Nonetheless Troubling: Facebook's Ban On In-Person Events
  • The Patent Office Is “Adjusting” to a Supreme Court Ruling by Ignoring It
  • Unix and Adversarial Interoperability: The ‘One Weird Antitrust Trick’ That Defined Computing
  • Second Paraguay Who Defends Your Data? Report: ISPs Still Have a Long Way Towards Public Commitments to Privacy and Transparency
  • Cryptoparty Ann Arbor: A Case Study in Grassroots Activism
  • Using Drones to Fight COVID-19 is the Slipperiest of All Slopes
  • California’s Lawmakers Must Enact Privacy Rules to Advance COVID-19 Efforts
  • Courts Issue Rulings in Two Cases Challenging Law Enforcement Searches of License Plate Databases
  • COVID-19 and Online Freedom for #GivingTuesdayNow
  • Catch Up On "At Home with EFF," and Join Us For Giving Tuesday Now!
  • Recognizing World Press Freedom Day During COVID-19
  • .ORG Domain Registry Sale to Ethos Capital Rejected in Stunning Victory for Public Interest Internet
  • Victory! ICANN Rejects .ORG Sale to Private Equity Firm Ethos Capital
  • COVID-19 and Technology: Commonly Used Terms
  • Frontier’s Bankruptcy Reveals Why Big ISPs Choose to Deny Fiber to So Much of America
  • As Coronavirus Sweeps Through Jails and Prisons, Officials Crack Down on Inmate Speech
  • The Constitution Does Not Allow Courts to Silence Criticism of Local Police Departments
  • The Dangers of COVID-19 Surveillance Proposals to the Future of Protest
  • The “Inventor Rights Act” is an Attack on True Invention
  • Who’s A Patent Troll, and Who’s An Inventor?
  • Teleconference About .ORG Sale: Thursday, April 30, 9 am PT/12 pm ET: EFF and Partners Discuss Future of .ORG as ICANN Decision Nears
  • Apple and Google’s COVID-19 Exposure Notification API: Questions and Answers
  • Supreme Court Affirms That No One Owns the Law
  • Not a Hoax: The Very Real Threat of Political 'Deepfakes' Laws
  • RT - Daily news

    RT - Daily news

  • Showing two fingers to ‘the science’? BoJo gives green light to lockdown lifting despite NO CHANGE in coronavirus threat level 
  • ‘White liberal Hillary supporters bigger threat than the KKK’: CNN's Van Jones channels Malcolm X with warning
  • Net profits: Swiss ace Federer surges past Ronaldo & Messi to top highest-paid athletes list with $106 MILLION earnings
  • Russia's biggest MMA promotion ACA announces plan to host four events this summer, starting with July 11 showdown
  • WATCH Russian jets chase US strategic bombers away from country’s borders
  • Russian military, diplomats to negotiate agreement with Syria on more facilities & maritime access
  • Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin arrested over George Floyd’s death
  • Toxic vapor leak discovered at Russia’s space booster in French Guiana
  • Champions League final to be MOVED from Istanbul due to Covid-19 fallout - reports
  • Irish PM Varadkar says govt may need to prepare for ‘no-trade deal’ Brexit
  • ‘She used to be the iron lady, but women are weak’: Figure skating expert on Evgenia Medvedeva’s career slump
  • ‘Sanctions can’t solve problems’: EU rules out punishing China over Hong Kong
  • Saudi Arabia, UN to host virtual Yemen donors conference next week
  • 'We aren't backing down': New US ruling says letting transgender girls compete in high school sports IS a breach of civil rights
  • Ankara may begin oil exploration in E. Mediterranean under Libya deal in 3-4 months – minister
  • Denver driver RAMS road-blocking protesters angry at police killing of black man in Minnesota (GRAPHIC VIDEO)
  • ‘Beyond painful when I see my neighborhood burning’: Ex-Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura laments ‘no-win situation’
  • Austria says shoppers won’t need to wear face masks from June 15 as lockdown rules are relaxed
  • 'I can't believe my eyes!' Dominic Cummings 'breaks lockdown' to attend rugby match in AUSTRALIA as trolls make him virtual fan
  • Conor McGregor shouldn't be chasing self-indulgent sideshows like an Anderson Silva 'GOAT' fight - his business is with Khabib
  • 3 years of ‘isolation’: Qatar denies rumors it plans to exit Gulf bloc
  • Champions League referee Slavko Vincic 'ARRESTED by Bosnian cops after being discovered in cabin with COCAINE & firearms' (VIDEO)
  • Monkeys attack lab technician, STEAL Covid-19 blood samples in India
  • Rolls-Royce junk? Legendary British firm’s credit rating cut below investment grade
  • Minneapolis ‘thugs’ vs Hong Kong ‘protesters’: Chinese paper accuses Trump of hypocrisy over riots
  • Staff with no masks, bosses likening Covid-19 to flu: US family tell RT of legal vendetta over their father’s death at care home
  • Twitter blocks WHITE HOUSE tweet for ‘glorifying violence’ after it reposts Trump warning from official government account
  • Russian officials clash over proposals to reduce funding of abortion clinics and restricting drugs
  • Denmark will conduct random checks for Covid-19 at borders and holiday sites, PM says
  • US ice hockey rocked by child sex abuse claims as sport becomes latest in sorry saga
  • EU foreign ministers agree on tougher China policy but are ready for ‘honest dialogue’
  • Spain striker Diego Costa 'facing new trial and 6-month sentence over TAX FRAUD of more than $1 million' from time with Chelsea
  • Governments should help people rather than bail out airlines, top travel specialist tells Boom Bust
  • Greece selects 29 countries whose tourists can fly in starting June 15
  • RT’S HIV DOCUMENTARY, HOLOCAUST FILM WIN AT INTERNATIONAL TELLY AWARDS
  • Model owner: Power-broker ex-Playboy beauty teases that she's 'thinking of buying a football club after the coronavirus crisis'
  • ‘Told the truth’: Piers Morgan blasts ‘pathetic’ BBC for throwing Newsnight presenter ‘to the wolves’ after Cummings monologue
  • Thanks, but no thanks? Trump rebuffed after offering to mediate India-China border standoff
  • New Zealand beaches turn BLOOD RED after MILLIONS of lobsters die en masse on the sand (PHOTO)
  • Hero Moscow taxi driver saves woman from capture & torture after she orders a ride
  • Trump, Macron agree G7 meeting should be held in person, White House says
  • MSNBC reporter takes heat for calling Minneapolis unrest ‘NOT UNRULY’ in front of BURNING buildings
  • 'What's all that about?' UFC's Gadelha responds with humor as clip shows her getting water poured DOWN HER PANTS during fight
  • WATCH CNN crew ARRESTED during LIVE BROADCAST covering unrest in Minneapolis
  • Russian economy shrinks 12 percent in April as coronavirus restrictions paralyzes business activities
  • Tokyo moves to next step of phased easing of curbs on Monday – governor
  • FOURTH oil-filled Iranian tanker reaches Venezuelan shores defying US pressure
  • 'LYING to the fans': Jon Jones accuses Dana White of 'BULLSH*T' over claims UFC champ demanded 'absurd money' for Ngannou fight
  • Around 2 BILLION people may lose their jobs in the next couple of months due to pandemic
  • 'You're selling sex not MMA': UFC star lashes out at fellow fighter Loureda over 'striptease' videos
  • ‘Halving social distancing’: Ireland to relax rules only if rate of infections comes down
  • Cosmos as the final (legal) frontier: How America is bending SPACE LAW as we enter new age of exploration
  • ‘Don’t throw money at black Americans to riot’: Candace Owens spars with Soros-funded NGO over alleged hand in Minneapolis unrest
  • Renault workers protest automaker's plan to axe nearly 15,000 jobs
  • Twitter at war? Trump's warning to Minnesota ‘thugs’ flagged for ‘glorifying violence’
  • Thailand to shorten curfew hours & ease restrictions on businesses next week
  • Several people shot as enraged rioters try to FLIP police van in Louisville (VIDEO)
  • China may extend curbs on international flights until June 30, say US diplomats
  • GUNFIRE heard as massive Denver solidarity demonstration for George Floyd turns violent (VIDEO)
  • Most Russian companies face huge losses due to virus lockdown & have difficulty getting government aid
  • ‘When the looting starts, the shooting starts’: Trump says military is ready to act against Minneapolis ‘THUGS’
  • WATCH Minneapolis police ABANDON 3rd precinct as protesters TORCH it & celebrate
  • ‘Racism is over now, thanks!’ Madonna trashed for tweeting son’s ‘TRIBUTE DANCE’ to George Floyd amid Minnesota chaos
  • Minneapolis ‘WAR ZONE’: Rioters take over POLICE STATION amid clashes, fires & tear gas (VIDEOS)
  • LOOTING & ARSON rage through St. Paul & Minneapolis as emergency declared over escalating police brutality protests (VIDEOS)
  • FBI seeks more proof of ‘criminal excessive force’ in George Floyd killing as outraged public demands immediate arrests
  • Dozens arrested in NEW YORK as protests over George Floyd’s death spread nationwide (VIDEOS)
  • NSA urges email providers to update software warning that ‘Russian military hackers’ already gained ‘dream access’ to them
  • Minnesota rolls out National Guard to stop riots & looting, ‘ensure safety’ of peaceful protests over George Floyd killing
  • Disgrace! AOC & Pelosi lash out at Facebook’s Zuckerberg over hesitance to police social media speech like Twitter
  • Mean Girls of Washington DC? Democratic congressman & acting DNI in Twitter squabble over Russiagate reveal
  • Cuomo desperately doles out celebs to sell new face mask executive order amid nursing home deaths debacle
  • Trump signs social media executive order challenging platforms' liability protections
  • Twin Cities public transit shuts down in effort to contain Minnesota riots & looting
  • Stealth flying wing: Russia’s next-gen STRATEGIC BOMBER already in the works
  • IKEA values vs Polish traditions: Manager faces up to TWO YEARS behind bars after firing employee opposing pro-LGBT event
  • Battleground Minnesota: Disturbing VIDEOS show aftermath of violent riots over police killing of black man
  • Going down: JAIL for violent mob who made Man United ace Bruno Fernandes fear for life at Cristiano Ronaldo's first club (VIDEO)
  • A new Russian hope: See the skills that earned Khabib's teammate Tagir Ulanbekov a UFC contract (VIDEO)
  • ‘Election process will become badly tainted & laughingstock’: Trump doubles down on mail-in voting in heated tweet
  • Envoy demands VOA ramp up anti-Iran efforts to 'support' Iranians... because what they really need is more US-funded propaganda
  • Russian government official who personally congratulated Alina Zagitova on 18th birthday diagnosed with coronavirus
  • Sex workers to return from lockdown BEFORE MMA in Switzerland as minsters deem it less likely to spread Covid-19
  • Rush to bury Cummings story? UK govt slammed as Covid-19 contact tracing system won’t be ‘fully operational’ till end of June 
  • Trump’s retweets declare ‘only good Democrat is a dead Democrat’ and Covid-19 masks ‘slavery’... critics take the bait
  • Meteorite or rocket? Armenia baffled by large celestial body initially mistaken for FIREWORKS (VIDEO)
  • Phase 2 of easing lockdown in France begins, Paris region leaves ‘red’ coronavirus zone
  • 'They've made a pandemic into business': Barcelona BLASTED for selling $20 face masks as fans accuse club of cashing in on COVID
  • Russia ‘has never avoided direct dialogue’ with Ukraine – deputy FM
  • Coronavirus to ‘go into HIBERNATION’ in summer – Moscow’s former chief doctor to RT
  • Premier League to return on June 17 as reigning champs Manchester City face Arsenal after THREE MONTH lockdown
  • Minneapolis mayor calls on National Guard to tackle riots over police killing of black man
  • Silicon Valley unicorns & fracking are part of Fed’s money-laundering scheme – RT’s Keiser Report
  • ‘Tsunami of job losses’: Airlines going bust & firing HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of employees as pandemic crushes global travel
  • Russia WILL NOT ban hydroxychloroquine, drug taken by US President Trump, for use in treating Covid-19
  • Iran slams ‘desperate attempt’ by US to ramp up ‘maximum pressure’ campaign by ending sanctions waivers
  • Aleksandra the ace! Russian Gymnast Soldatova serves up scorching tennis video in her UNDERWEAR (VIDEO)
  • Dancing in the moonlight: Russian synchronized swimmer shares STUNNING routine with pop-star sister (VIDEO)
  • Passenger train derails in Bulgaria after collision with car, no injuries reported
  • 'It would go down in history': Conor McGregor ACCEPTS Anderson Silva fight at 176 pounds – days after calling MMA legend his GOAT

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  • US and Britain anger China by raising Hong Kong at UN
  • US and Britain anger China by raising Hong Kong at UN
  • The United States and Britain raised China's plan to impose new security legislation on Hong Kong at the UN Security Council Friday, prompting China and Russia to criticize the United States for excessive use of force against black people.
  • Minneapolis cop who knelt on handcuffed black man arrested
  • Minneapolis cop arrested
  • The police officer seen on video kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who died in custody after pleading that he could not breathe, was arrested Friday after three days of often-violent protests that resulted in fires and looting across parts of Minneapolis.
  • 'It's time': Egyptian urges WTO to pick African as new chief
  • 'It's time': Egyptian urges WTO to pick African as new chief
  • Geneva, May 29, 2020 (AFP) - As the World Trade Organization prepares to search for a new director-general, it should commit to finally handing the top job to an African, a candidate for the post said.
  • Mechanism delays key administrative appointments
  • Mechanism delays administrative appointments
  • The Cabinet Friday postponed until next week the approval of key administrative appointments, having been held back by Parliament’s newly-endorsed mechanism for Grade One postings.
  • Greece includes Lebanon in air-travel list beginning June 15
  • Greece includes Lebanon in air-travel list
  • Lebanon is among a group of countries who will be allowed to travel to Greece from June 15.
  • Israel says it could reimpose restrictions after coronavirus cases rise
  • Israel could reimpose restrictions after cases rise
  • Coronavirus infection rates have risen in Israel, particularly in schools, since the government began easing restrictions and it may reimpose them if the trend continues, the health ministry said Friday.
  • Twitter has more tools to use against Trump, if it chooses
  • Twitter has more tools to use against Trump
  • The Intercept
  • Hidden Video and Whistleblower Reveal Gruesome Mass-Extermination Method for Iowa Pigs Amid Pandemic
  • Twitter Restricts Access to Trump's Threat to Shoot Minneapolis Protesters
  • Coronavírus: ‘as pessoas dizem com orgulho que não se cuidam’, diz funcionária da Ceasa, do Rio
  • Coronavrus: a reabertura frustrada no Chile uma lio para os vizinhos
  • Andr Mendona usa cargo de ministro da Justia para agir como advogado de bolsonaristas e Weintraub
  • Right-Wing Group Seeks to Purge Up to 800,000 Voters in Pennsylvania, a Key Battleground State
  • oficial: os EUA tm mais de 100 mil mortos por coronavrus. E o sangue deles est nas mos de Trump.
  • As Coronavirus Spreads in Federal Prisons, Cases in Halfway Houses Are Being Undercounted
  • 100,000 Are Dead From Coronavirus. What Happens Next?
  • Coronavírus: ‘milagre da cloroquina’ importado de Madri e promovido por médica do Piauí não funciona nem na Espanha
  • Left-Right Alliance Takes Aim at Surveillance Bill
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