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  • Ring Flaw Underscores Impact of IoT Vulnerabilities
  • Samsung Galaxy S11 Specs Leaked
  • How Airbnb’s Fight to Overturn a New Jersey Law Imploded
  • More Americans Struggle to Fall Asleep, Stay Asleep
  • Engineers Develop a New Way to Remove Carbon Dioxide From Air
  • DirecTV Kept Charging Regional Sports Fee While Channel Was Blacked Out
  • Specially Crafted ZIP Files Used to Bypass Secure Email Gateways
  • Microsoft Embraces California Data Privacy Law, But Don't Expect Google to Follow Suit
  • Mozilla Partners With Intel, Red Hat and Fastly to Take WebAssembly Beyond the Browser
  • Facebook Bug Shows Camera Activated in Background During App Use
  • Intel Warns of Critical Info-Disclosure Bug in Security Engine
  • Amazon Fails to Unseat Pro-Tax City Council Members in Seattle
  • US National Security Officials Objected to Stopping Ukraine Aid
  • Google has Access to Detailed Health Records on Tens of Millions of Americans
  • Fingerprint Test Can Distinguish Between Heroin Use and Mere Contact
  • Ransomware Attack Downs Hosting Service SmarterASP.NET
  • Hitting the Books: Did the Advent of the First Desktop Computer Lead to Murder?
  • Why More Than 168,000 Valentine's Day Text Messages Arrived in November
  • Three of the Hundred Falsehoods CS Students Believe [Updated]
  • Hyundai Working On Active Road Noise Control Technology
  • The Great Reversal: How America Gave Up on Free Markets
  • Gut Microbiome of Premature Babies is Associated With Stunted Growth
  • Post-Apocalyptic Fossils Show Rise of Mammals After Dinosaur Demise
  • Manure, Trash and Wastewater: U.S. Utilities Get Dirty in Climate Fight
  • Construction on the Nanoscale, Using 'Tractor Beams'
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Asks If "AI" Can Create or Infringe Copyrighted Works
  • No More Traffic Blues for Information Transfer: Decongesting Wireless Channels
  • Great Apes Pass a False-Belief Test, Hinting at a Theory of Mind
  • Empathy Is Tearing Us Apart
  • Apple Will Fix macOS Flaw Exposing Portions of Encrypted Emails
  • DarkUniverse APT Uses Just-in-Time Malware Creation
  • James Dean, Who Died in 1955, Just Landed a New Movie Role, Thanks to CGI
  • QNAP Warns Users to Secure Devices Against QSnatch Malware
  • Little-known Aspect of US Copyright Law Means Creators Can Reclaim Their Work
  • The Hidden Cost of Gold: Birth Defects and Brain Damage
  • Birds Using 'Tools' to Set Fires
  • This Ubuntu 19.10 Bug Shares Your Media Folders Without Warning
  • Best Way to Stop Lights From Flickering (and Burning Out) When AC Unit Compressor Turns On?
  • Artemis Program Requires More Cash to Reach Moon by 2024; SLS Could Cost 1,000x More Than Starship
  • 15,000 Year Old Mammoth Trap Found in Mexico
  • Ransomware, Data Breaches at Hospitals Tied to Uptick in Fatal Heart Attacks
  • 66 Million Year Old Dinosaur Battle Continues in Court
  • Elusive Cancer-Related Protein Captured In Flight
  • Sounds of Mosquito Mating Rituals Could Lead to Quieter Drones
  • TrendMicro Employee Sold Customer Info to Tech Support Scammers
  • In U.S. First, Scientists Safely Edit Cancer Patients’ Cells With CRISPR
  • AI Will Now Watch for Fraudsters on the World’s Largest Stock Exchange
  • Could the World Cope If GPS Stopped Working?
  • Paris Agreement: The Shifting Landscape Of CO2 Reduction
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  • Next in Google's Quest for Consumer Dominance -- Banking
  • Apple Unveils New 16-inch MacBook Pro With Improved Keyboard, Starting at $2,400
  • Dutch Court Orders Facebook To Ban Celebrity Crypto Scam Ads
  • Dell Unveils Subscription Model To Counter Amazon, Microsoft
  • Are We Living In a Blade Runner World?
  • Physics Experiment With Ultrafast Laser Pulses Produces a Previously Unseen Phase of Matter
  • Amazon's Heavy Recruitment of Chinese Sellers Puts Consumers At Risk
  • UCLA Now Has the First Zero-Emission, All-Electric Mobile Surgical Instrument Lab
  • Unusual New 'PureLocker' Ransomware Is Going After Servers
  • A Fired Kickstarter Organizer Is Trying To Unionize Tech Workers Using Kickstarter
  • IBM's 200,000 Macs Have Made a Happier and More Productive Workforce, Study Finds
  • Tesla's European Gigafactory Will Be Built In Berlin
  • Intel Fixes a Security Flaw It Said Was Repaired 6 Months Ago
  • Microsoft Starts Rolling Out Windows 10 November 2019 Update
  • A US Federal Court Finds Suspicionless Searches of Phones at the Border is Illegal
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  • Satellites Watched Mercury’s Transit From Space, Confirming That Yes, the Sun Has At Least One Planet
  • Carnival of Space #637
  • November Meteors: Taurids, Leonids and a Surprise Monocerotids Outburst
  • SpaceX Launches Another 60 Starlink Satellites
  • Watch a Simulation of a Galaxy, From the Big Bang Until the Present Day
  • TESS Has Now Captured Almost the Entire Southern Sky. Here’s a Mosaic Made of 15,347 Photographs
  • This Artificial Leaf Turns Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Into Fuel
  • NASA is Testing a Coating to Help Astronauts and Their Equipment Shed Dangerous Lunar Dust
  • What Voyager 2 Learned After Spending a Year in Interstellar Space
  • Weekly Space Hangout: November 6, 2019 – Tiera & Myron Fletcher, Engineers on NASA’s Space Launch System
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  • They terrrk err jerrrbs! Vodafone replaces 2,600 roles with '600 bots' in bid to shrink €48bn debt
  • TalkTalk keeps results under wraps citing 'advanced negotiations' over FibreNation biz
  • Thanks, Brexit. Tesla boss Elon Musk reveals Berlin as location for Euro Gigafactory
  • I've had it with these motherflipping eggs on this motherflipping train
  • Redis releases automatic cluster recovery for Kubernetes and RedisInsight GUI tool
  • UK Info Commish quietly urged court to swat away 100k Morrisons data breach sueball
  • Fancy renting your developer environment? Visual Studio goes online
  • Londoner accused of accessing National Lottery users' accounts
  • Four go wild for wasm: Corporate quartet come together to build safe WebAssembly sandbox
  • Astroboffins baffled as Curiosity rover takes larger gasps of oxygen in Martian summers
  • Replay on-demand online: Can you boost productivity with infrastructure as code?
  • Russian bloke charged in US with running $20 million stolen card-as-a-service online souk
  • Section 230 supporters turn on it, its critics rely on it. Up is down, black is white in the crazy world of US law
  • Shock! US border cops need 'reasonable suspicion' of a crime before searching your phone, laptop
  • This November, give thanks for only having one exploited Microsoft flaw for Patch Tues. And four Hyper-V escapes
  • Facebook iOS app silently turns on your phone camera. Ah, relax – it's just a bug, lol!?
  • Don't trust the Trusted Platform Module – it may leak your VPN server's private key (depending on your configuration)
  • Hey, you've earned it: Huawei chucks workers a 219m bonus for tackling US blacklist
  • True to its name, Intel CPU flaw ZombieLoad comes shuffling back with new variant
  • Don't miss this patch: Bad Intel drivers give hackers a backdoor to the Windows kernel
  • Dell's new converged play PowerOne: It's a bit like VxBlock, but without all the Cisco gubbins
  • From AV to oy-vey: McAfee antivirus has security hole of its own
  • Gavin Patterson's gravy train keeps on rolling as former BT boss tossed two more sinecures
  • Vodafone takes €1.9bn punch to wallet thanks to India's decision on airwave licence fees
  • DXC's new boss has quite the cleanup ahead after frankenfirm exits Q2 nursing $2bn loss
  • Boeing comes clean on parachute borkage as the ISS crew is set to shrink
  • Gas-guzzling Americans continue to shun electric vehicles as sales fail to bother US car market
  • Next year's Windows 10 comes bounding into the Slow Ring, which means 19H2 waits in the wings
  • 'Sophisticated' cyber attack on UK Labour Party platforms was probably just a DDoS, says official
  • 150 infosec bods now know who they're up against thanks to BT Security cc/bcc snafu
  • Canada's OpenText buys SMB backerupper Carbonite for $1.42bn
  • I'm still not that Gary, says US email mixup bloke who hasn't even seen Dartford Crossing
  • Without any apparent irony, Google marks Chrome's 'small' role in web ecosystem
  • Astroboffins capture video of Mercury passing across the Sun's surface
  • Microsoft embraces California data privacy law – don't expect Google to follow suit
  • Google brings its secret health data stockpiling systems to the US
  • Apple's credit card caper probed over sexism claims – after women screwed over on limits
  • Despite Windows BlueKeep exploitation freak-out, no one stepped on the gas with patching, say experts
  • Uber CEO compares pedestrian death to murder of Saudi journalist, saying all should be forgiven
  • Back-2-school hacking: Kaspersky blames pesky script kiddies for rash of DDoS cyber hooliganism
  • Tune in this month: El Reg's Chris Mellor talks storage, cloud and much more with Qumulo – and you're all invited
  • SpaceX flings another 60 Starlink satellites into orbit in firm's heaviest payload to date
  • If it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is: Nobody can decrypt the Dharma ransomware
  • Any promises to extend rights of self-employed might win an election, hint Brit freelancer orgs
  • Vodafone UK links arms with Openreach to build out its full-fibre network
  • Double downtime: Azure DevOps, Google cloud users put the kettle on
  • 237 UK police force staff punished for misusing IT systems in last 2 years
  • Teachers: Make your pupils' parents buy them an iPad to use at school. Oh and did you pack sunglasses for the Apple-funded jolly?
  • 'That roar is terrific... look at that rocket go!' It's been 52 years since first Saturn V left the pad
  • What's that, Skippy? A sad-faced Microsoft engineer has arrived with an axe? Skippy?

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  • Richard M. Stallman resigns
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  • Alice Doesn’t Block Good Patents, It Protects the Public By Requiring Real Invention
  • Equifax Data Breach Update: Backsliding
  • Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional
  • EFF Sues DHS to Obtain Information About the Agency’s Use of Rapid DNA Testing on Migrant Families at the Border
  • What Reporters Should Look For in Latest Facebook Document Leak
  • EFF Urges Court to Reconsider Decision That Harms Internet Users’ Ability to Protect Themselves Online
  • With a Raid on Javier Smaldone, Argentinian Authorities Have Restarted Their Harassment of E-Voting Critics
  • Publishers Should be Making E-Book Licensing Better, Not Worse
  • FTC Takes Action Against Stalkerware Company Retina-X
  • Join EFF for Aaron Swartz Day This Weekend at The Internet Archive
  • Virtual(ly) Private Network: NordVPN’s Breach and the Limitations of VPNs
  • Transparency Advocates and Environment Defenders Call on California Supreme Court to Review Government Email Deletion Practices
  • Affordances: Science Fiction About Algorithmic Bias and Technological Resistance
  • Congress, Remember the 4th Amendment? It’s Time to Stop the U.S.-UK Agreement.
  • Why Adding Client-Side Scanning Breaks End-To-End Encryption
  • Phony HTTPS Everywhere Extension Used in Fake Tor Browser
  • Strengthen California’s Next Consumer Data Privacy Initiative
  • Facebook Faces Another Congressional Grilling
  • Nickelback's Record Label Abuses Copyright to Silence Political Speech
  • Inventergy Backs Away from Nuisance Lawsuit over GPS Patent
  • Companies Can Still Do More to Protect Privacy in Brazil: Internet Lab Releases Fourth "Who Defends Your Data" Report
  • The Ethics Board of One of the Largest Vendors of Police Tech Makes the Case Against ALPRs
  • DNS over HTTPS Will Give You Back Privacy that Big ISPs Fought to Take Away
  • Private Companies, Government Surveillance Software and Human Rights
  • Price Setter LLC Falsely Claims Online Ad Invention, Demands Money from Android Devs
  • What if "Sesame Street" Were Open Access?
  • Don’t Let Science Publisher Elsevier Hold Knowledge for Ransom
  • In the Debate Over Online Speech and Security, Let’s Get to the Science
  • Patents Are About Sharing Information with the Public. Don’t Shroud Them in Secrecy.
  • Weakening Our System of Patent Challenges Will Hurt Consumers, Unions, and Health Care Providers
  • How We’re Making Certbot More Usable
  • Hearing Thursday: EFF Urges Appeals Court to Curb Police Access to ALPR Databases
  • San Diego’s Face Recognition Program and Collaboration with ICE Needs to Stop
  • The House Votes in Favor of Disastrous Copyright Bill
  • EFF and Partners Urge U.S. Lawmakers to Support New DoH Protocol for a More Secure Internet
  • Apple’s Split Brain: Building Levers for Improved Security or Content Censorship?
  • EFF to Amazon and Shaq: Stop Pushing Police Partnerships with Doorbell Camera Company
  • EFF Challenges Ring Spokesperson Shaq Over Privacy Concerns
  • Ready to Pay $30,000 for Sharing a Photo Online? The House of Representatives Thinks You Are
  • Tell HUD: Algorithms Shouldn't Be an Excuse to Discriminate
  • Massachusetts: Tell Your Lawmakers to Press Pause on Government Face Surveillance
  • Why Fiber is Vastly Superior to Cable and 5G
  • EFF Urges Congress Not to Dismantle Section 230
  • Victory! Berkeley City Council Unanimously Votes to Ban Face Recognition
  • 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
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  • ‘Evo, I hope your exile is short’: Roger Waters sends message of support to Bolivia’s Morales (VIDEO)
  • While Greta Thunberg hitches another top-dollar yacht ride to Europe, plebs will live with ‘flight shame’
  • Man City’s Silva banned over 'racist' tweet comparing teammate Mendy to cartoon
  • Dr. Google? Healthcare venture collecting data on millions of patients raises privacy concerns – Boom Bust
  • Russia to cut dollar share in National Wealth Fund in favor of yuan & other currencies
  • Pyongyang warns of retaliation against S. Korea-US military drills
  • ‘Took your time Boris, where have you been?’ BoJo receives rollicking from no-nonsense Yorkshire flood victims (VIDEOS)
  • Nothing to see here: Rivers along Korean border run red with blood after massive pig cull (PHOTOS)
  • 'Come to Russia. We need an analyst who says what he thinks!' Moscow ice hockey club Dynamo offer fired Don Cherry job
  • Sanctions? Russia has the best-peforming stock market in the world
  • Guaido supporters invade Venezuelan embassy in Brazil & announce new ‘ambassador’ (PHOTO, VIDEO)
  • Not proper: MMA veteran slams ‘stupid’ Russian blonde for posing with McGregor’s whiskey outside youth hockey club
  • UN Mideast mediator in Cairo after Israel-Gaza escalation
  • Police accuse Hong Kong ‘rioters’ of turning university into ‘weapons factory’ as academic institutions cancel classes en masse
  • Mother of all insults: English comedian mocks Messi over bizarre tattoo likeness to his mom (VIDEO)
  • Alibaba wins approval to sell shares in massive secondary listing in Hong Kong - media
  • Runaway Star ejected from Milky Way’s ‘Heart Of Darkness’ at 6 MILLION kmph (VIDEO)
  • Fresh protests in Lebanon as President Aoun urges demonstrators to end revolt
  • Afghanistan’s election commission postpones result of presidential vote again
  • Lily Allen ignites social media war after calling for patriotic anthem ‘Rule, Britannia!’ to be banned
  • Oxford students revolt after ‘woke’ provost tries to abolish traditional Grace before dinner in lost battle for inclusivity
  • Mysterious process changing oxygen levels on Mars but NASA can’t explain it… yet
  • 'It’s a sham': Kaepernick handed chance to end NFL exile with open workout, but fans claim he shouldn't have to prove anything
  • Russia & China to launch joint venture for constructing metros worldwide
  • Imran Khan’s ex-wife earns apology after govt minister claimed her tell-all memoir was sponsored by PM’s rivals
  • Shot stopper: Ex-Colombia ace Asprilla says he persuaded hitman not to kill Paraguay goalkeeping legend Chilavert
  • India heading for ‘tremendous’ growth & Moody’s downgrade is wrong, says legendary investor Mark Mobius
  • ‘Apocalyptic’ flooding set to leave an ‘indelible wound’ on Venice as city battles 2nd highest tide in history
  • Gaza militants fire rockets into Israel as cross-border violence continues
  • Shocking VIDEO shows Hong Kong mob savagely beating woman with metal rods
  • The inevitable finale of the Nord Stream 2 saga
  • BRICS brings the chance of world change, as the US and EU obsess over internal battles
  • Spanish King meets with Cuban president in Havana
  • German police bust underground ISIS cell set to shoot & bomb ‘infidels’ in massive raid
  • #IamRabiPirzada: Actresses post nudes in solidarity with controversial Pakistani singer who had explicit images leaked
  • US issues travel ban & evacuates diplomatic staff from Bolivia after ‘pro-democracy coup’ fails to quell violent unrest
  • AI learns to predict deadly heart attacks better than doctors & researchers aren’t quite sure how
  • Militarized microbes? Pentagon’s DARPA seeks means to spread genetically modified bacteria as ‘explosives sensors’
  • Goodbye Ultima Thule, welcome Arrokoth! NASA renames distant space rock after woke outrage over ‘Nazi connotations’
  • Opposition senator declares herself ‘interim president’ of Bolivia without quorum or vote
  • Chilean riot police knock down & drag elderly protester in brutal arrest amid massive anti-neoliberal protests (VIDEOS)
  • Killing of Islamic Jihad leader & clashes with Gaza come amid Israel’s inner political war
  • Marco Rubio blames ‘Putin’s disinformation’ for coverage of Bolivia coup that he doesn’t like
  • Canada’s identity crisis: Wokeness clashes with WWI remembrance in Don Cherry scandal
  • Virtue-signalling or vehicular sense? Netherlands to lower speed limits to cut emissions - report
  • Impeachment whistleblower may have illegally solicited foreign donations, says NEW WHISTLEBLOWER
  • ‘Dictators? It’s OK’: Trump trolls critics, touting his ability to work with anybody if it benefits US
  • French police close beaches & set up patrols as cocaine packages keep washing ashore
  • Battleground Hong Kong: Rioters armed with catapults & javelins destroy university campuses & metro stations, clashing with police
  • China & Russia’s ‘worst nightmare’? National Interest piece fantasizing sale of US nuke subs to allies is an ‘exaggeration’
  • Ousted Bolivian President Evo Morales thanks Mexico for saving HIS LIFE, pledges to carry on fight despite coup
  • Wait, what? Campus newspaper apologizes for DOING JOURNALISM, calls protest coverage ‘retraumatizing and invasive’
  • ‘Bird of the Year’ flap: More Russian meddling in wildlife contest?
  • Evo’s odyssey: Morales endures banned airspace, unplanned pit stop during flight to political asylum in Mexico
  • Competition for Moscow? UK election meddling accusations spread from Russia, to India…to Hillary
  • Yesterday's 'double champ': 3 yrs on from Conor McGregor's signature victory, it remains his most recent win
  • Leaders address global challenges at Paris Peace Forum in absence of US
  • French riot police join Catalan cops harshly DRAGGING independence protesters blocking border crossing (VIDEO)
  • 9yo child admits to arson as dozens of WILDFIRES ravage southeast Australia (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)
  • ‘Freak accident’: 20-year-old US college gymnast dies of spinal injuries after training fall
  • Back on track: Federer rescues ATP Finals hopes with win over Berrettini
  • Europeans failed to fulfill their commitments to Iran nuclear deal – FM Zarif
  • Mystery as ‘thousands’ of birds found DEAD on shores of Indian lake
  • ‘Never forget what your enemy looks like’: MPs allow use of swastika to condemn Nazi ideology
  • ‘Typical of her’: Hillary Clinton takes to UK airwaves to warn about, yep, Russia… but not everybody is impressed
  • Trump says US economy ‘BOOMING’, predicts stock market will set another record
  • EU pushes Britain to name new commissioner despite Brexit plans
  • ‘Supremacist’ India has lost the way of Gandhi – Pakistani FM
  • Corbyn brands cyber attack as ‘suspicious’ after UK Labour Party’s digital systems targeted during election campaign
  • One giant leap for robot-kind? Russian humanoid robots slated for spacewalks & moon missions
  • Dead on arrival? Disney Plus experiences major outage right after launch
  • Spain’s Socialists, Podemos sign pact on ‘progressive’ coalition govt
  • People should ditch dollar, fiat currencies in general & buy gold which is ‘a real safe haven’ – Peter Schiff tells Boom Bust
  • Putin & Xi to launch strategic natural gas pipeline from Russia to China in December
  • Ex-pornstar Khalifa quashes pregnancy rumors while moving wedding forward one year
  • Iraqi protesters in southern province block oil company, television station – reports
  • ‘Sickening’: UK Labour politician slams rival Lib Dem for suggesting she was partly responsible for Grenfell Fire
  • Cris and make up: Juventus teammates ‘expect apology’ from Cristiano Ronaldo over substitution strop
  • Israeli settlement products must be labeled as coming from occupied lands, top EU court rules
  • MMA fighter Tara LaRosa restrains ‘aggressive’ anti-Trump protester at Veterans Day event (VIDEO)
  • Beautiful, silvery ‘mouse deer’ rediscovered in Vietnam after no sightings for almost 30yrs
  • China’s gold-backed crypto looming as ‘Pearl Harbor type event’ for US dollar in 2020 – Keiser Report
  • Erdogan warns Turkey’s talks with EU may end over Cyprus sanctions
  • EU demands rapid de-escalation in Gaza to safeguard lives of Palestinian & Israeli civilians
  • ‘That’s bullsh*t’: Rafael Nadal rages at question about his wife after ATP Finals defeat
  • Don’t stop retrievin’: Russian construction workers save dog from frozen lake with excavator bucket (VIDEO)
  • China looks to import Russian pork to cover domestic shortages due to African swine fever
  • Pakistani pop star Rabi Pirzada, who posed in suicide vest, turns to religion after quitting showbiz over leaked nudes
  • Dramatic CCTV footage shows packed passenger trains colliding head-on in India (VIDEO)
  • Here’s how to NOT get banned from WhatsApp
  • Catalonia’s parliament defies Spanish court with motion on self-determination
  • China may issue digital currency in the next 2-3 months
  • Stunning moment meteor lights up skies over Missouri caught on VIDEO
  • US convoy hit by suicide attack in Afghanistan - report
  • Macron & Trump to meet ahead of NATO summit in December
  • Inartificial intelligence: Russian students win big at 2019 world robotics championship
  • Man attacks Chinese kindergarten with CHEMICALS, injuring more than 50 children
  • Attack hits home of Islamic Jihad official in Damascus, killing his son, after Israel struck top Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza
  • New VIDEOS shed light on antiques-filled life of St. Petersburg professor who shot & dismembered young lover
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  • Iraq protests heat up as Baghdad faces renewed pressure
  • Iraq protests heat up as Baghdad faces renewed pressure
  • BAGHDAD: Anti-government rallies swelled in Iraq's capital and south Wednesday as Baghdad faced new pressure from the street, Washington and the United Nations to respond seriously to weeks of demonstrations.
  • U.S. to reevaluate South Sudan ties after unity gov't deadline passes
  • U.S. to reevaluate South Sudan ties
  • WASHINGTON: The United States Wednesday said it was "gravely disappointed" with South Sudan's failure to form a unity government by a Nov. 12 deadline and would "reevaluate" its relationship with the African nation's government.
  • Sweden detains Iranian on suspicion of murder in Iran in 1988
  • Sweden detains Iranian on suspicion of murder in Iran in 1988
  • STOCKHOLM: A 58-year-old Iranian citizen has been arrested in Sweden on suspicion of murder in Iran in 1988, prosecutors said Wednesday, and national news agency TT said the case involved killings of political prisoners.
  • Lebanon bank staff strike to continue Thursday: union head
  • Lebanon bank staff strike to continue Thursday
  • BEIRUT: Lebanon's union of bank employees said its members would continue to strike Thursday, extending industrial action that has shut banks across the country this week.
  • French government under pressure after student sets himself on fire
  • French government under pressure after student sets himself on fire
  • LYON, France: The French government Wednesday attempted to defuse the anger caused by the attempted suicide of a student who set himself alight to protest the hardships of his university life.
  • Union of Bank Employees in Lebanon says strike to continue Thursday
  • Union of Bank Employees in Lebanon says strike to continue Thursday
  • Union of Bank Employees in Lebanon says strike to continue Thursday
  • 7 soldiers killed in missile attack in Yemen's Marib
  • 7 soldiers killed in missile attack in Yemen's Marib
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  • Most Distant World Ever Explored Gets New Name: Arrokoth
  • Did Alan Dershowitz Say He Was ‘Appalled’ at Nancy Pelosi?
  • Separating Fact from Fiction in Trump’s Impeachment Hearings
  • Judge Bans Border Activist from Mentioning Trump in Trial
  • Did No US Flags Adorn the Stage at the Detroit Democratic Debate?
  • Does a Viral Video Show ‘Paralysis’ Pills in Turkish Snack Sold in the US?
  • Were More Hunting Licenses Sold in US Than Number of Soldiers in World’s Biggest Armies?
  • How a Pro-Trump Network Is Building a Fake Empire on Facebook and Getting Away with It
  • Social Posts Blame Election Results on Unsubstantiated Fraud
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