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  • Google Translate spews doomsday messages, Facebook snatches boffins, and more in AI
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  • Win for Public Right to Know: Court Vacates Injunction Against Publishing the Law
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  • EFF Sues to Invalidate FOSTA, an Unconstitutional Internet Censorship Law
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  • Announcing STARTTLS Everywhere: Securing Hop-to-Hop Email Delivery
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  • This Wednesday, an EU committee voted to break the Internet: this Sunday, Berliners take to the streets to say NO!
  • Corruption at the Assembly Committee Gutted California's Net Neutrality
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  • The California Attorney General’s Office Says It’s Finally Taking Database Abuse Seriously—But Time Will Tell
  • The GDPR and Browser Fingerprinting: How It Changes the Game for the Sneakiest Web Trackers
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  • ‘Trump Chicken’ blimp to be sailed around San Francisco Bay
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  • Russia ditching US Treasuries for gold in bid to protect economy & diversify – analysts to RT
  • Biking Kadyrov pedals for 40 km to inspect Chechen capital Grozny (VIDEO)
  • Over 1,200 corpses unearthed in Raqqa mass graves, US still in denial about massive casualties
  • Some in German media are using my Turkish background as right-wing propaganda – Ozil
  • Judo Federation suspends competitions in UAE & Tunisia over stance on Israel
  • Nearly 130 injured after series of quakes in Iran
  • ‘Little doubt’ FBI & DOJ misled courts in Carter Page probe – Trump on FISA files
  • ‘We don’t want US in Afghanistan!’ Locals vent anger after family of 14 killed in airstrike (VIDEO)
  • ‘They will never understand’: Neymar hits out at World Cup diving critics
  • Josh Hader applauded by Milwaukee Brewers fans in first appearance since racist tweets scandal
  • Syria & South Ossetia sign diplomatic relations agreement
  • Runaway artillery gun hits taxi in Canada (PHOTOS)
  • Croatia striker Nikola Kalinic refuses World Cup medal
  • UK space agency launch competition: Will the new Mars rover become the next Boaty McBoatface?
  • Israel promises to reopen Gaza’s only commercial crossing if ceasefire lasts
  • 'Trade war to produce only losers,’ French minister warns US
  • Qatar buys range of arms from Russia, discusses purchase of S-400 missiles
  • Russian military thwarts drone attack on Khmeimim Airbase in Syria
  • Oil sector under fire in Libyan corruption crackdown
  • War with Iran would be 'mother of all wars,' Rouhani warns US
  • SpaceX Falcon 9 lifts off at Cape Canaveral with Canadian satellite on board
  • Russia ramping up domestic car exports to European market
  • Israel evacuates 800 White Helmets from Syria to Jordan
  • ‘Why not start with Bellew at heavyweight?’ - Undisputed cruiser champ Usyk on future plans
  • Intelligence chief Coats says media twisted his awkward 'say again' response to Trump's Putin invite
  • Facebook allows Radio Liberty to promote illegal political ads while touting stricter rules
  • Rampaging tractor leads Denver police on slow-speed pursuit (VIDEO, PHOTO)
  • Woman killed in Los Angeles store hostage situation after car chase & police-involved shooting
  • Usyk v Gassiev - WBSS cruiserweight final from Moscow (AS IT HAPPENED)
  • Ecuador's president to hand Assange over to UK during London visit – Greenwald
  • Ukraine's Usyk beats Russian Gassiev to win WBSS final & Muhammad Ali trophy in Moscow
  • China must speed up development of nukes to deter US aggression – state media
  • Lavrov to Pompeo: Free Maria Butina arrested on fabricated spy charges
  • Florida cops won’t charge man in shocking parking lot shooting over state’s ‘stand your ground’ law
  • 1 year of liberation: Mosul people living among rubble & dead bodies while ISIS still around
  • Russian military shoot down militant drone near Khmeimim Air Base in Syria – MoD
  • XXXTentacion killing: 4 charged with first-degree murder over rapper’s death
  • ‘We are ready to welcome back Russia’ – IOC head Thomas Bach
  • China’s Xi touches down in Senegal for first visit to west Africa
  • ‘Fake revolution’: Kiev summons Italy envoy after Salvini rips into ‘foreign-funded’ Ukraine unrest
  • ‘Out for season/no pay!’ Trump calls on tougher NFL suspension for protesting players
  • Viral drone VIDEO slammed over dangerously close flyby to superjumbo jet
  • 'Muhammad would have been proud': Widow of Ali to present trophy in his honor to WBSS winner
  • Twitter explodes over Bill O’Reilly’s ‘white privilege’ tweet from Ireland
  • Lawyer Casado replaces ousted PM Rajoy as leader of Spain’s Popular Party
  • Fear not humans: Artificial intelligence to create millions of jobs, predicts PwC
  • Over 100 former Ohio students allege sexual abuse by ex-team doctor
  • ‘Totally unheard of & perhaps illegal’: Trump responds to secret lawyer tapes
  • Boxer Khan apologizes for ‘transphobic’ Snapchat photo with ‘Bruce Jenner’ at ESPYs
  • Russia teams up with France to deliver aid to Eastern Ghouta – Foreign Ministry
  • ‘Foreign recruits’ mulled by German military raise ‘mercenary army’ debate
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  • Iran supreme leader threatens to block all Gulf oil exports if its own are stopped
  • Newly discovered deep water fish named after ‘Shark Lady’ (VIDEO, PHOTO)
  • ‘US presidents talk peace, but never about social justice’: Bolivia’s Morales to Correa on RT
  • Eritrea to send first ambassador to Ethiopia in two decades
  • ‘Unreliable’ US should not be negotiated with – Iranian supreme leader
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  • Gold to prove crucial hedge against next financial crisis – analyst
  • Poster encouraging parents to shoot rabid children gets feature in UK govt. magazine
  • 10 people, including 2 Russians, die in car crash in northwestern Ukraine – police
  • Israeli tank targeted Palestinian outpost after militants broke through Gaza border
  • Trade war to accelerate decline of US empire as China & India dominance grows – Dr. Doom Marc Faber
  • Death toll in Missouri duck boat accident rises to 17, including children
  • Yummy mummy: Over 4,000 people want to drink ‘skeleton juice’ from Egyptian sarcophagus
  • CNN host Cuomo says Trump's aversion to 'fake news media' means he hates America
  • Accused fraudster Browder claims GOP Congressman Rohrabacher is 'on Russia's payroll'
  • S&P affirms Russia's credit rating, says Moscow is able to weather new sanctions
  • Disney fires ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director over tweets about pedophilia & rape
  • US releases $200mn in military aid to Ukraine
  • Israel & Hamas agree to ceasefire in Gaza – Hamas spokesman
  • Are US media outlets repentant about reporting on DNC emails alleged hacked by ‘the Russians’? No
  • Lobbyists rejoice as US sells more arms in 6 months than in whole of 2017
  • Fresh face or red menace? Democrats split on Sanders-backed Ocasio-Cortez
  • Whoopi Goldberg lashes out at Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro, kicks her out from The View set & building
  • ‘Is that Falkor?’ Hideous sea monster washes up on Maine shore (PHOTOS)
  • ‘People voted’: Italian interior minister confronts journalist who called Crimea referendum ‘fake’
  • Russia ‘helpful’ in enforcing sanctions on North Korea – Pompeo
  • World Boxing Super Series 2018/19 super lightweight & bantamweight drafts announced in Moscow
  • Agent bear: Russia’s FSB enlists animals as ‘strategic resource’
  • This is it! NY Times reveals Michael Cohen secretly taped Trump
  • ‘When we baked bread, we didn’t do spacewalks’ – robotics guru to RT
  • Amesbury poisoning victim Charlie Rowley released from hospital
  • Help! Bring my saved Russian puppy to me if you are travelling to Peru, pleads World Cup fan
  • Notes of nuclear? Fukushima radioactivity found in California wine
  • Israel launches massive air raid on Gaza - IDF
  • ‘Planet X & the ‘rogue star’: Can new astronomy theory explain world beyond Solar System?
  • RT Debate: Is multiculturalism dead? (VIDEO)
  • 'I have big connection with Muhammad Ali, to not take part is betrayal' - Usyk on WBSS final
  • Trevor Noah defends ‘Africa won' World Cup joke after French ambassador’s backlash
  • Neymar says he’ll remain at PSG, doesn’t see devaluation after the World Cup
  • Billionaire dies of heart attack after media wrongly report he killed toddler in car accident
  • 'I have no pressure. One punch can change all your life' - Gassiev ahead of WBSS final
  • Years of suffering end as thousands of Syrians evacuated from besieged strongholds (VIDEO)
  • ‘Three men were fighting, then one of them fell down’ – witness of Denis Ten’s murder
  • Tehran rejected 8 requests for Trump-Rouhani meeting – Iranian chief-of-staff
  • Police watch as Ukrainian radicals humiliate, spit on pilloried ‘pedophile & Russia-lover’

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  • Iran's top leader rejects talks with U.S. to solve problems
  • Trump asks Bolton to invite Putin to Washington in fall
  • Higher cancer risk for women with diabetes: major Aussie study
  • U.S. couple allowed to keep Van Gogh's Starry Night house mural for autistic son
  • Steam pipe explosion rocks New York City, no injuries reported
  • U.S. reiterates no timelines for DPRK's denuclearization
  • Broken relationship
  • Trump’s trade bullying tactics will hurt the US
  • 40 pct of U.S. adults who drink, drink too much: study
  • S.Korea, DPRK completely restores military hotline in western region
  • Thailand cave rescuer considers legal action against Elon Musk for "pedo" claim
  • Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki
  • Trump, Putin call their talks successful
  • PM May's customs bill survives stormy waters as minister quits
  • Trump, Putin content with summit despite lack of concrete results
  • Amid protests, Trump arrives in Helsinki for summit with Putin
  • British PM's Brexit plan to scupper Britain-U.S. trade deal, says former top negotiator
  • Kremlin expects Putin-Trump talks to pave way for mending ties
  • World population to reach 9.8 billion in 2050, leading to further environmental pressure
  • Former Trump advisor Bannon wants Australia to fight against China and “wake up,” Australian media: ignore him
  • Stepping on toes
  • Thai cave rescue mission inspires filmmakers, cartoonis
  • Trump claims win after threatening to quit NATO during tumultuous summit
  • Boys rescued from flooded cave rest at hospital in northern Thailand
  • NATO Summit first day overshadowed by tensions between allies
  • Britain's Royal Air Force marks centenary with national day of celebrations
  • China is “exerting negative pressure” on the DPRK? Apparently, the world disagrees
  • All 12 boys, football coach rescued from flooded cave in northern Thailand
  • Trump continues to criticize European allies ahead of NATO summit
  • Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court
  • S.Korea halts annual defense drill on improved ties with DPRK
  • Liberian Professor Hopeful of Practical FOCAC Results
  • British Foreign Secretary resigns amid Brexit row
  • 8th boy of football team trapped in Thai cave rescued: witness
  • News Analysis: What does UK political turmoil mean for May's gov't, Brexit?
  • Trump scolds NATO members on defense spending ahead of summit
  • Chinese experts arrive at Thai wrecking site with sonar equipment
  • DPRK, U.S. need process of narrowing difference in initial denuke talks: S. Korean minister
  • 42 dead, 5 missing after boats capsize in southern Thailand: governor
  • Poisoning remains significant health problem in Australia: study
  • Over 72 pct of Syria's Daraa returns under gov't control
  • Two captains charged in Phuket tour boats accident in Thai
  • 4 boys trapped in Thai cave rescued, next operation within 10 to 20 hours: official
  • DPRK regrets U.S. "gangster-like" attitude at high-level talks
  • U.S. agriculture trade group slams Trump administration's tariffs on China
  • Another 5 bodies found in Thailand boat accident, toll rises to 38: Thai authorities
  • Chinese government's joint working group visits injured Chinese tourists in Thailand boat accident
  • Chinese premier says trade war has no winner
  • Vessel operators to face legal actions after boat accident kills at least 33 in southern Thailand
  • Diver dies in operation to rescue young footballers in northern Thailand
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  • Hamilton retakes F1 lead with 'miracle' victory in Germany
  • Hamilton retakes F1 lead with 'miracle' victory in Germany
  • Lewis Hamilton went from 14th to first to take a "miracle" German Grand Prix victory for Mercedes on Sunday and retake the Formula One championship lead from Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, who crashed.
  • Fresh protests in Iraq as medics raise death toll to 11
  • Fresh protests in Iraq as medics raise death toll to 11
  • Fresh protests hit southern Iraq Sunday as medical sources put at 11 the number of demonstrators killed in two weeks of unrest sparked by ire over corruption and lack of public services.
  • French open judicial probe into beating by Macron aide
  • French open judicial probe into beating by Macron aide
  • French authorities opened a judicial investigation Sunday of the beating of a protester in May by one of President Emmanuel Macron's top security aides, an incident that was caught on camera and has sparked the first major political crisis of Macron's tenure.
  • 18 killed in Boko Haram attack in Chad: military source
  • 18 killed in Boko Haram attack in Chad: military source
  • Eighteen people have been killed in an attack by suspected Boko Haram militants in the Lake Chad region, a Chadian military source said Sunday.
  • US silent on whether envoys discussed suspected Russia agent
  • US silent on whether envoys discussed suspected Russia agent
  • The U.S. version of what the top American and Russian diplomats discussed in their most recent telephone call makes no mention of the Russian woman arrested by American authorities and suspected of being a covert Kremlin agent - even though Moscow says her case came up in the conversation.
  • Pakistan military calls for probe into judge's claims against spy agency
  • Pakistan military calls for probe into judge's claims against spy agency
  • Pakistan's top court Sunday said it had begun reviewing statements made by a judge alleging the country's spy agencies were influencing judicial proceedings, as the powerful military called for an investigation.
  • Ethiopia prime minister calls for multiparty democracy: chief of staff
  • Ethiopia prime minister calls for multiparty democracy: chief of staff
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  • Did Trump Direct the U.S. Embassy in South Africa Not to Give Obama Any Assistance During His Trip There?
  • Did a Russian Asbestos Company Put Trump’s Face on Their Product?
  • Director James Gunn Fired from ‘Guardians 3’ Over Old Tweets
  • Does This Video Show a Woman Stabbing Her Partner While Dancing with Him?
  • Police in Italy Find 2 Stolen Renoir and Rubens Paintings
  • Pop Artist Robert Indiana’s Cause of Death ‘Undetermined’
  • Woman Gives Birth In Chick-fil-A Bathroom, Baby Gets Perks
  • 10-Year-Old Somali Girl Dies after Female Genital Mutilation
  • Big Move for Big Bird: Sesame Street is Entering Classrooms
  • Cow Breaks Connecticut Farm Worker’s Jaw
  • The New Yorker July 23, 2018 Issue
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Historic Win and the Future of the Democratic Party
  • How E-Commerce Is Transforming Rural China
  • Are Things Getting Better or Worse?
  • How the BBC Women Are Working Toward Equal Pay
  • The Healing Buzz of “Drunk History”
  • Can Economists and Humanists Ever Be Friends?
  • How Should Children’s Books Deal with the Holocaust?
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  • “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot” and “Generation Wealth,” Reviewed
  • Puff, Puff, Hire
  • Jim Obergefell Reads from the Book of Justice Kennedy
  • The Paparazzo Who Wants to Catch Justin Bieber Being Happy
  • Waiting for Scorsese
  • In Dissing Angela Merkel and NATO, What Was Trump Telling Putin?
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  • The G.O.P. Stands By as Trump Upends American Security
  • Sunday Reading: War Stories
  • The Prada Flame Shirt Is Performance Art
  • A Tale of Two Female Outcasts in the Deserts of Arizona and Utah
  • What We Know About Michael Cohen’s Tape
  • Why I’ll Never Be Replaced by a Robot
  • The Summer of Coupon Carl, Permit Patty, and the Videos that Turn White Privilege into Mockable Memes
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