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  • Cyanobacteria Problems Will Worsen If Carbon Concentrations Continue to Rise
  • Physicists Grab Individual Atoms in Groundbreaking Experiment
  • Contaminated Water on the Space Station Not Growing Killer Bacteria
  • Washington D.C.'s Billion in Traffic Fines Called 'Predatory' by the AAA
  • Findings From NASA's Juno Update Jupiter Water Mystery
  • Now Internet Society Told to Halt Controversial .Org Sale... by its Own Advisory Council
  • Smallest All-Digital Circuit Opens Doors to 5 nm Next-Gen Semiconductor
  • $2.07bn? That's One Dell of a Deal to Offload Infosec Biz RSA
  • Russia Replaces Two Cosmonauts on Next Space Station Crew for 'Medical Reasons'
  • Late Fall May Be Best Time of Year to Try to Conceive
  • Exposure to Cleaning Products in First 3 Months of Life can Increase Risk of Childhood Asthma
  • US Natural Gas Operator Shuts Down for 2 Days after Being Infected by Ransomware
  • Biologists Develop New Defense in Fight Against Crop Infections
  • An Early Warning System for Damage in Composite Materials
  • Why Fixing Security Vulnerabilities in Medical Devices, IoT is so Hard
  • Anatomy of a Dumb Spear-Phish: Hitting Librarians up for Zelle, CashApp Cash
  • Hackers Can Trick a Tesla into Accelerating by 50 Miles Per Hour
  • MEMESat-1: Memes Beamed from Space
  • Blue Origin Completes Construction of Rocket Engine Factory in Alabama
  • 96-Core CEA-Leti Experimental Processor Combines Six 16-Core Chiplets
  • Algorithms 'Consistently' More Accurate than People in Predicting Recidivism, Study Says
  • SpaceX Announces Partnership to Send Four Tourists Into Deep Orbit
  • Red Hat to Sunset CoreOS Container Linux
  • LOFAR Pioneers New Way to Study Exoplanet Environments
  • Correcting the Jitters in Quantum Devices
  • New CRISPR-based Tool Can Probe and Control Several Genetic Circuits at Once
  • ISPs Sue Maine, Claim Web-Privacy Law Violates Their Free-Speech Rights
  • First Solar Orbiter Instrument Sends Measurements
  • New Adventures in Beds and Baths for Spaceflight
  • Sleep Trackers Can Make it Harder to Fall Asleep
  • Lawmakers Open Groundwater Fight Against Bottled Water Companies
  • New Guidelines on Aspirin in Primary Prevention
  • New Image Shows Betelgeuse Isn’t Dimming Evenly
  • Nuclear Fusion Power Without Regular Tokamaks Or Stellarators
  • Charging Into the Mainstream: Volvo Electrifies its First Class-8 Truck
  • Computer-Based Weather Forecast: New Algorithm Outperforms Mainframe Computer Systems
  • City Sues Drug Manufacture Mallinckrodt Over 97,500% Price Increase
  • Using Noise to Enhance Optical Sensing
  • Iranian Hackers have been Hacking VPN Servers to Plant Backdoors in Companies around the World
  • Coronavirus Roundup (Feb. 17)
  • New Technologies, Strategies Expanding Search for Extraterrestrial Life
  • Facial Expressions Don't Tell the Whole Story of Emotion
  • Newly Discovered Binary Asteroid 2020 BX₁₂ Passes by Earth
  • Blizzard's Cancelled "StarCraft: Ghost" Leaks Online
  • Microsoft's Fix-Fixing Patch that Leaves Some Windows Server 2008 Machines Unable to Boot
  • What Happens to our Online Lives After we Die?
  • Normal Resting Heart Rate Appears to Vary Widely From Person to Person: Individual People's Averages
  • By 2100, Indoor CO₂ Could Conceivably Cut Complex Cognition by 50%
  • ‘That Evil Kind of Feeling’: The Inside Story of Black Sabbath’s Iconic Cover Art
  • This USB-C Charger’s Chip is More Powerful Than the Apollo 11 Flight Computer
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  • How Blue Apron Became a Massive $2 Billion Disaster
  • 'Project Magnum': Flywheel's Alleged Plot To Steal Peloton's Technology
  • Windows 10 Icons Are Getting An Overdue Redesign
  • Facebook Will Now Pay You For Your Voice Recordings
  • Should Facebook, Google Be Liable For User Posts?
  • A Group of Ex-NSA and Amazon Engineers Are Building a 'GitHub For Data'
  • Morgan Stanley Buys E-Trade For $13 Billion
  • France Shuts Down Oldest Reactors, But Nuclear Power Still Reigns
  • Coronavirus Has Temporarily Reduced China's CO2 Emissions By a Quarter
  • Microsoft To Bring Its Defender Antivirus Software To iOS and Android
  • Google AI No Longer Uses Gender Binary Tags on Images of People
  • Trump Backs Supporter Larry Ellison in Court Fight With Google
  • Twitter is Testing New Ways To Fight Misinformation
  • UCLA Abandons Plans To Use Facial Recognition After Backlash
  • JPEG Committee is Banking on AI To Build Its Next Image Codec
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  • Japan Is Sending a Lander to Phobos
  • SETI Researchers Release Petabytes of Data in the Search For Aliens
  • Both Stars in This Binary System Have Accretion Disks Around Them
  • Weekly Space Hangout: February 19, 2020 – John Thornton, CEO of Astrobotic
  • Salt Water Might Still be Able to Collect on the Surface of Mars a Few Days a Year
  • ESA is Considering a Mission to Give Advanced Warnings of Solar Storms
  • A New Technique to Make Lighter Radiation Shielding For Spacecraft: Rust.
  • There Could be Meteors Traveling at a Fraction of the Speed of Light When They Hit the Atmosphere
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  • War of the Worlds: Watch the Moon Occult Mars Tuesday Morning
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  • FCC forced by court to ask the public (again) if they think tearing up net neutrality was a really good idea or not
  • Google product boss cuffed on suspicion of murder after his Microsoft manager wife goes missing, woman's body found, during Hawaii trip
  • Google exiles 600 apps from Play Store for 'disruptive advertising' amid push to clean up Android souk's image
  • Apple drops a bomb on long-life HTTPS certificates: Safari to snub new security certs valid for more than 13 months
  • Stuffing nonsense: Persistent cyberpunks are pummelling banks' public APIs, warns Akamai
  • Oracle plays its Trump card: Blushing Big Red gushes over US govt support in Java API battle... just as Larry Ellison holds Donald fundraiser
  • RSA Conference loses one more abbreviated tech giant after AT&T disconnects over Wuhan coronavirus fears
  • Buzzwords ahoy as Microsoft tears the wraps off machine-learning enhancements, new application for Dynamics 365
  • Google Cloud embraces GitOps with new Application Manager for Kubernetes
  • We know what you did last summer: MGM's hotel spinoff lost 10.7m guest records and now they're on hacker forums
  • Hey, Brits. Your Google data is leaving the EU before you are: Hoard to be shipped from Ireland to US next month
  • Life in plastic, with a classic: Polymer 20 notes released into wild sporting Turner art
  • London's Metropolitan Police flip the switch: Smile, fellow citizens... you're undergoing Live Facial Recognition
  • Appy days? Microsoft's Word, Excel and PowerPoint now live under one roof on mobile – but look out for Office 365 popups
  • No Huawei gear in vital 5G project to bring virtual-reality Robin Hood to Sherwood Forest
  • GRU won't believe it: UK and US call out Russia for cyber-attacks on Georgia last year
  • Keen to check for 'abnormal' user behaviours? Microsoft talks insider risk, AWS imports and compliance at infosec shindig RSA
  • Yo, Imma let you finish, but for the 6,000 people still using that app on a daily basis ... we have a question: why?
  • All that Samsung users found on UK website after weird Find my Mobile push notification was... other people's details
  • Researchers trick Tesla into massively breaking the speed limit by sticking a 2-inch piece of electrical tape on a sign
  • 'An issue of survival': Why Mozilla welcomes EU attempts to regulate the internet giants
  • How's this for a crossover? Scumbag scammed victims with fake gem mines – then pivoted to fake crypto-mines
  • Samsung will be Putin dreaded Kremlin-approved shovelware on its phones, claims Russia
  • Smartwatch owners love their calorie-counting gadgets, but they are verrry expensive
  • VCs warn: Pumping millions into an AI startup? You mean, pumping millions into Azure, AWS or Google Cloud...
  • The great big open-source census: Most-used libraries revealed – plus 10 things developers should be doing to keep their code secure
  • Galileo got it wrong – official: Jupiter actually wet, not super-dry: 'No one would have guessed that water might be so variable across the planet'
  • Chrome deploys deep-linking tech in latest browser build despite privacy concerns
  • Forcing us to get consent before selling browser histories violates our free speech, US ISPs claim
  • Oi, Cisco! Who left the 'high privilege' login for Smart Software Manager just sitting out in the open?
  • Facebook tells US tax bods: Swear to God, we were only worth $6.5bn in 2010 because we were menaced by... MySpace and smartphones
  • Assange lawyer: Trump offered WikiLeaker a pardon in exchange for denying Russia hacked Democrats' email
  • When the air gap is the space between the ears: A natural gas plant let ransomware spread from office IT to ops
  • US court responds to Chinese comms giant sueball: There's no Huawei we're lifting ban on federal agencies using your kit
  • Brit telcos can keep 218m licence fee repayment from Ofcom after penny-pinching regulator loses Court of Appeal case
  • Don't use natwest.co.uk for online banking, Natwest bank tells baffled customer
  • Larry Tesler cut and pasted from this mortal coil: That thing you just did? He probably invented it
  • The European Commission digital strategy wants to, er, take back control of citizens' data
  • Glue's clues: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip dissection reveals a pholdable mired in adhesive
  • Reddit gets downvoted as site takes a Wednesday tumble
  • Microsoft crack habit reports: User claims Surface Laptop 3 screen fractured again after repair
  • Private equity ponies up 2m to help launch satellites from sunny Shetland by next year
  • Going Dutch: The Bakker Elkhuizen UltraBoard 950 Wireless... because looks aren't everything
  • And they said IoT was trash: Sheffield 'smart' bins to start screaming when they haven't been emptied for a fortnight
  • Fire Brigades Union warns of wonky IT causing dangerous delays in 999 control rooms
  • Vodafone: Yes, we slurp data on customers' network setups, but we do it for their own good
  • What do a Lenovo touch pad, an HP camera and Dell Wi-Fi have in common? They'll swallow any old firmware, legit or saddled with malware
  • Now Internet Society told to halt controversial .org sale… by its own advisory council: 'You misread the community mindset around dot-org'
  • Ring in the changes: Mandatory two-factor authentication, login alerts, targeted ads opt-out after punters voice privacy gripes
  • Among those pardoned by Trump this week: Software maker ex-CEO who admitted hacking into rivals' systems

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  • Stable kernel updates
  • [$] Debian discusses how to handle 2038
  • The Linux Foundation and Harvard’s Lab for Innovation Science release census for open-source software security
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  • [$] Finer-grained kernel address-space layout randomization
  • Cook: security things in Linux v5.4
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  • NetBSD 9.0 released
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  • OpenSSH 8.2 released
  • FSF News
  • 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
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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
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  • EFF to Ninth Circuit: Border Searches of Electronic Devices Require a Warrant
  • California’s Broadband Fund Ignores Fiber and Favors Slow DSL
  • Ring Updates Device Security and Privacy—But Ignores Larger Concerns
  • Virginia Anti-SLAPP Bill is Good for Free Speech But Can Still Be Made Stronger
  • In Foreshadowing Cryptocurrency Regulations, U.S. Treasury Secretary Prioritizes Law Enforcement Concerns
  • California Auditor Releases Damning Report About Law Enforcement’s Use of Automated License Plate Readers
  • Reevaluating the DMCA 22 Years Later: Let’s Think of the Users
  • EFF Fights to Protect Anonymity of Glassdoor Commenter
  • Uruguay Steps Too Quickly into the Right to be Forgotten Quagmire
  • EFF, Internet Society, and Professors To Discuss Controversial Sale of the .ORG Registry
  • Appeals Court Win for Open Source Advocate Speaking Out on Licensing Restrictions
  • Europeans Deserve to Have Their Governments Test—Not Trust—Filters
  • How To Protect Your Phone Number On Twitter
  • How Twitter's Default Settings Can Leak Your Phone Number
  • EFF Lawsuit Ends Censorship Against PETA on Public University’s Facebook Page
  • What to Know Before You Buy or Install Your Amazon Ring Camera
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview With Evan Greer
  • Congress Must Stop the Graham-Blumenthal Anti-Security Bill
  • Clearview AI—Yet Another Example of Why We Need A Ban on Law Enforcement Use of Face Recognition Now
  • After Nonprofits Protest at ICANN, California's Attorney General Steps Into the .ORG Battle
  • Lawsuit in India Seeks to Shut Down Access to U.S. Journalism Website
  • Same Old NFL: League Abuses Trademark to Shut Down New York Jets Parody Store
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview with Christian Frank
  • New Bill Would Make Needed Steps Toward Curbing Mass Surveillance
  • U.K. Police Will Soon be able to Search Through U.S. Data Without Asking a Judge
  • Why Public Wi-Fi is a Lot Safer Than You Think
  • Design Patents Are Useless. So Why Are They Getting a Boost in DC?
  • Off-Facebook Activity is a Welcome but Incomplete Move
  • EFF and Other Groups to PCLOB: Urge the Ban of Face Recognition
  • How to Change Your Off-Facebook Activity Settings
  • Data Privacy or Data Protection Day? It’s a Human Right, Either Way
  • Ring Doorbell App Packed with Third-Party Trackers
  • Clearview’s Face Surveillance Shows Why We Need a Strong Federal Consumer Privacy Law
  • Grindr and OKCupid Sell Your Data, but Twitter’s MoPub Is the Real Problem
  • In Memory of Lina Ben Mhenni, Tunisian Free Expression Activist and Revolutionary
  • Victory! Lawsuit Challenging FOSTA Reinstated by Court
  • Don’t Write Copyright Law in Secret
  • When Computer Crimes Are Used To Silence Journalists: Why EFF Stands Against the Prosecution of Glenn Greenwald
  • The Key To Fixing Copyright Is Ending Massive, Unpredictable Damages Awards
  • The Public Domain Is the Rule, Copyright Is the Exception
  • EFF Activists To Demonstrate Against Sell Out of .ORG to Private Equity at Los Angeles Protest
  • Tale of Jailbreaking Disobedient IoT Appliances Shortlisted for the National Canada Reads Prize
  • EFF to Supreme Court: Criminal Immigration Statute Threatens Free Speech Online
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview with Addie Wagenknecht
  • In Serving Big Company Interests, Copyright Is in Crisis
  • EFF Statement on Glenn Greenwald Charges
  • Hearing Wednesday: EFF Urges Court To Rule That Blogger’s Opinion of Open Source Licensing Agreement is Protected by the First Amendment
  • A Tool That Removes Copyrighted Works Is Not a Substitute for Fair Use
  • It’s Copyright Week 2020: Stand Up for Copyright Laws That Actually Serve Us All
  • ICANN Needs To Ask More Questions About the Sale of .ORG
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  • Half of Indians hate Trump’s trade war policies, but increasingly trust him on other ‘world affairs’
  • WATCH private jet make fiery belly-landing at Daytona Beach airport in Florida
  • Saudis ‘intercept missiles fired from Yemen’ as Pompeo tours kingdom with ‘Iranian threat’ show & promotes US air defenses (VIDEO)
  • Shadow of war: What are the odds Turkey will start a full-scale offensive against Syria in Idlib?
  • Pentagon expects US public to buy ‘we weren’t keeping inventory’ excuse about missing weapons sent to Syria, Iraq
  • ‘This should go well’: Trolling and worry as Twitter reveals plan to flag ‘lies & misinformation’
  • ‘Deforestation can continue!’ German court allows Tesla to chop down trees for Berlin ‘Gigafactory’, overruling local activists
  • Deepfakes for me, but not for thee? Bloomberg campaign releases altered video of lackluster debate performance
  • Ukrainian villagers STONE buses bringing countrymen evacuated from Wuhan to coronavirus quarantine (VIDEOS)
  • NYT shredded on social media for running ‘propaganda’ article by Taliban leader wanted by the FBI
  • Idlib is a ‘magnet for terrorist groups’, says US military spokesman — contradicting MSM narrative on Syria
  • "No one mentioned Mishustin, except me" – Putin reveals new Russian PM wasn't on original shortlist
  • Hollywood will now ‘spellcheck’ its scripts and advertising for lack of diversity
  • Roger Stone sentenced to serve 40 months in prison
  • ‘Rising racism’: Turkey says Europe needs to do more to prevent deadly attacks like Hanau, Merkel says it was likely ‘far-right’
  • Return of 'Zabeast': Zabit Magomedsharipov is ready to return at UFC 249 and says he's aiming for a title shot with a win (VIDEO)
  • Washington slaps sanctions on 5 Iranian officials ‘for barring candidates’
  • Man stabbed in north London mosque – UK police (VIDEOS)
  • Italian govt wins confidence vote in Senate on wiretapping reform
  • Russia's keeps stockpiling gold as bullion prices continue to surge
  • Russian warplanes repel attack on Syrian army in Idlib as militants launch offensive aided by Turkish artillery — Moscow
  • Cryptocurrencies will be ‘The Night of Sorrows’ for fiat conquistadors – RT's Keiser Report
  • Double bogey: Government figures suggest President Donald Trump’s golf expenses make him 10th best-paid ‘athlete’ in America
  • Newly discovered SECRET CHAMBER beside King Tut’s tomb may be burial site of Egypt’s long-lost Queen Nefertiti
  • ‘Terrorists’ launch major attack against Syrian Army in Idlib, ‘pro-Turkish’ militants involved
  • Netanyahu revives frozen plan for 3,000 new settler homes near E. Jerusalem
  • Riot troops & armored vehicle sent to small Ukrainian town as residents attempt to block evacuated coronavirus patients (VIDEO)
  • ‘Death dividend’: British arms maker BAE Systems blasted on Twitter after announcing big sales growth for ‘good year’ 2019
  • Supernovae could be bombarding Earth with COSMIC ‘BULLETS’ travelling at 3,000km a second, scientists warn
  • PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi charged with bribing former FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke
  • S. Sudan’s former rebel leader Machar agrees to form unity govt with President Kiir
  • ‘Many indications’ Hanau gunman was motivated by right-wing, racist views – Merkel
  • High crimes: NFL star Greg Robinson facing 20 years in prison after being arrested while transporting 157lbs of marijuana
  • Making money by 'preventing apocalypse': Russian police raids cult that 'made millions' selling 'divine protection'
  • Coronavirus pandemic could wipe $1.1 TRILLION off global economy — Oxford Economics
  • WATCH heart-clenching video from INSIDE CRASHING PLANE in Russia
  • 'I would love him to return': Messi wants to reignite bromance with Neymar back at Barcelona
  • Brazil’s oil production jumps 20% to new record in January
  • Iraqi PM-designate Allawi says new govt ready to work, calls for confidence vote on Monday
  • 'The world might need us to step up': London offers to host 2020 Olympics if coronavirus forces IOC to move Games from Tokyo
  • ‘Asking for trouble?’ VIDEO shows American APC pushing Russian army jeep off road in Syria
  • At least 2 dead as Aussie passenger train derails outside Melbourne, people feared trapped in wreckage
  • WATCH harrowing footage of 2007 Baghdad killings projected onto UK parliament wall in protest against Assange's extradition
  • Cruise stocks down but still attractive despite coronavirus, analysts say
  • Turkey’s guarantees in Libya depend on durable ceasefire – FM Cavusoglu
  • Algerian president honors ‘smile revolution’ protest on 1st anniversary
  • Brazilian senator SHOT after driving BULLDOZER into military police protest (VIDEOS)
  • German police raid Hanau shooting suspect’s home, discover him ‘dead with another body nearby’
  • 2 passengers from coronavirus-hit cruise ship in Japan die as countries rush to evacuate citizens
  • ‘Horrific accident’: 3 killed, 10 injured after crane collapses on ‘Indian 2’ movie set (PHOTOS)
  • Pence vows to return Americans to space ‘before summer’ as Boeing & SpaceX scramble to deliver… and NASA seeks backup Soyuz seats
  • ‘Journalism is not a crime’: Australian MP says charges against Assange must be dropped after visiting him in UK prison
  • Trump ‘hitman’ Richard Grenell tipped to take over as US intelligence boss
  • WATCH German police respond to mass shooting spree in Hanau (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • CNN reporter triggered by Fox interviewing InfoWars’ ‘Gun Girl’ quickly reminded of own network’s history with racists & criminals
  • Shooting spree at TWO hookah bars in German city of Hanau leaves at least 8 dead
  • Spielberg’s daughter chooses career in PORN & says her director dad approves
  • Mysterious ‘PUTIN’ group unleashes flock of MAGA-hatted pigeons in Las Vegas to protest Dem debate
  • U-turn: Ex-Democratic candidate Andrew Yang joins CNN as political commentator
  • 'I don’t feel guilty but I really apologize if I hurt feelings': MLS coach Ron Jans resigns after alleged racial slur
  • Plucky pensioner bravely fights off attacker who tried to rob him at ATM (VIDEO)
  • A year in jail & quarter million fine since, lawyers seek freedom for Chelsea Manning refusing to testify against WikiLeaks
  • World No. 1 Novak Djokovic admits he's only in third place in tennis' popularity stakes
  • 2 Iranians die after testing positive for coronavirus
  • WATCH Aleppo intl airport receive FIRST flight ending years-long shutdown after Syrian troops clear recovering city of militants
  • Russian cops bust banned radical Islamist group Tablighi Jamaat's 'training camp,' detain leaders & participants
  • Oh ire of Scotland: US huntress who invoked online OUTRAGE for posing with dead animals in UK avoids prosecution
  • ‘If you are conservative, you have no chance’: Games journalism insider outs ‘clique’ that runs industry like private domain
  • ‘Impeached president says what?’ Bloomberg hits back at Trump ‘Mini Mike the pathetic debater’ jibe
  • Erdogan slams EU plan to enforce Libya arms embargo
  • Post-Brexit immigration plans would be ‘devastating’ for Scottish economy, Sturgeon says
  • Albania’s president calls on citizens ‘to topple govt for violation of constitution’
  • 'It runs counter to the values of our club': Manchester United condemn fans ejected from Chelsea game for alleged homophobic abuse
  • Brexit leverage or historic justice? Twitter row erupts after EU ‘demands’ UK return stolen Elgin Marbles to Greece
  • Footballer banned for 5 years for biting opponent's PENIS after match in France
  • France wants customs controls in Irish Sea in post-Brexit talks – minister
  • 'I'm the Conor McGregor of entertainment': Justin Bieber doubles down on UFC challenge to Tom Cruise
  • Clicks-hungry media warns Ireland of ‘Russian ghost ship with CANNIBAL RATS,’ but Twitter’s not amused
  • Hackers trick Tesla into breaking speed limit by 50mph using two inches of tape
  • 'Less about justice and more about politics': Manchester City CEO hits out at UEFA over two-year European ban
  • US attempts to hurt China & Huawei ‘so badly’ will only hurt itself, Huawei USA chief tells Boom Bust
  • Russia's tourism sector could lose $455 million if Chinese coronavirus crisis continues until summer - tour operators
  • RT AMERICA TO PREMIERE ‘EAT THE PRESS’ WITH VETERAN MEDIA COMMENTATOR STEVE MALZBERG
  • UN tries to salvage Libya ceasefire talks as Tripoli-based govt announces pullout – report
  • Maradona handed mystery package on the bench as coaches appear to block cameras during match (VIDEO)
  • Reddit experiences major outage as 1000s of reports come flooding in from around the world
  • Iran confirms first 2 cases of new coronavirus – official
  • ‘We can’t have Turkish laws on French soil’: Macron vows to fight foreign imams preaching ‘Islamist separatism’
  • WATCH: South African university transforms into a flaming battleground as protests turn ugly
  • 'What a brute of a player': Fans stunned by powerhouse Champions League display from Dortmund's teenage sensation Erling Haaland
  • Russia may grant ex-presidents immunity from prosecution & ban ministers from holding foreign bank accounts
  • ‘Unreasonable & unacceptable’: Beijing slams Washington for press freedom hypocrisy after Chinese media branded ‘foreign missions’
  • ‘Utter nonsense’: UK Home Secretary Patel hits back after British rapper Dave calls BoJo a ‘real racist’ at music awards show
  • 'In the end I'm the one suffering': Neymar hits out at PSG management following Dortmund defeat in Champions League
  • Russian Defense Minister Shoigu discusses Libya with east forces’ commander Haftar
  • Saudi Arabia’s oil exports dropped 11% in 2019
  • Venezuela slams US sanctions on Russia's Rosneft as an attempt at grabbing control of global oil market
  • ‘Throat of fire’ volcano signalling imminent, devastating COLLAPSE
  • ‘Worst case scenario’: Kremlin slams Turkey's threat of military operation against Syrian government in Idlib
  • Soybean dust blamed for 14 mysterious deaths in Karachi, locals protest poor government response

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  • Battles intensify near strategic Yemeni port
  • Battles intensify near strategic Yemeni port
  • A flare-up in violence near a strategic port in Yemen left at least 18 fighters dead over the past day, rebel officials said Thursday.
  • Netanyahu challenger's failed company faces criminal probe
  • Netanyahu challenger's failed company faces criminal probe
  • Israeli prosecutors say they are opening a criminal investigation into the failed start-up of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's challenger, shaking up what has already been a tumultuous election campaign.
  • Clashes in Syria's Idlib kill 27 fighters: monitor
  • Clashes in Syria's Idlib kill 27 fighters: monitor
  • Clashes pitting Turkish forces and their Syrian rebel allies against pro-regime forces left 27 fighters dead Thursday including two Turkish soldiers in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib, a war monitor reported.
  • New threats emerge in outbreak while China voices optimism
  • New threats emerge in outbreak while China voices optimism
  • Chinese health officials expressed new optimism Thursday over a deadly virus outbreak while authorities in South Korea’s fourth-largest city urged residents to hunker down as fears nagged communities far from the illness’ epicenter.
  • New Tunisia government in sight as confidence vote set
  • New Tunisia government in sight as confidence vote set
  • Tunisia is set to hold a confidence vote on a new government Feb. 26, after more than four months of political wrangling since elections, a parliament statement said Thursday.
  • Democrats back out hunting for votes after bruising debate
  • Democrats back out hunting for votes after bruising debate
  • Democratic presidential candidates hit the campaign trail Thursday after a bruising debate that saw billionaire Michael Bloomberg take a pummelling from his rivals.
  • Death sentence for killer of British diplomat overturned
  • Death sentence for killer of British diplomat overturned
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  • Homeland Security Algorithm Revokes U.S. Visa of War Crimes Investigator Eyal Weizman
  • Motim no Cear: como a justa luta por direitos dos policiais serve de palanque poltico
  • The FBI Is Investigating Erik Prince for Trying to Weaponize Crop Dusters
  • Bernie Sanders’s Secret to Attracting Latino Support: Talking to Them
  • How Bloomberg Blew It in Las Vegas
  • Facing Improbable Odds in Nevada, Elizabeth Warren Goes on the Attack Against Mike Bloomberg
  • ‘O medo não faz nada. Precisa coragem': a saga de 46 anos para um povo xavante voltar à própria terra
  • Bloomberg Spent a Decade Demanding Cuts to Social Security. His Campaign Plan Doesn’t Rule Them Out.
  • The Law Says Chelsea Manning Must Be Freed From Prison
  • Mulheres, no se enganem: rehab para quem cometeu violncia domstica boa notcia
  • Mike Bloomberg Ran Stasi-Style Police and Surveillance Operations Against Muslim Americans
  • Democrats Want to End Endless Wars, With a Catch
  • When Bloomberg News’s Reporting on China Was Challenged, Bloomberg Tried to Ruin Me for Speaking Out
  • Com auxlio de Moro, Bolsonaro e Mouro trabalham para esvaziar poder do Ibama e do ICMBio
  • Here’s Mike Bloomberg’s Leaked Higher Education Plan
  • NSA Whistleblower Reality Winner Submits Clemency Petition Alongside More Than 4,000 Letters of Support
  • Bloomberg Apologized for Stop-and-Frisk. Why Won’t He Say Sorry to Muslims for Spying on Them?
  • In Final Weeks of Heated Texas Congressional Primary, Unions and Progressive Groups Throw $350,000 Behind Jessica Cisneros
  • Como a grana da China desaloja pobres no Maranhão – com o aval de Flávio Dino
  • Ralph Nader on Bloomberg’s Plot to Stop Bernie, the Rot Within the DNC, and His Recent Call With Pelosi
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