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  • Soylent Betrayal: Meal Replacement Company Launches "Soylent Squared" Chewable Food Bar
  • Science and Technology Policy Institute Concludes NASA Can't Get Humans Near Mars Before 2037
  • Charter Avoids Getting Kicked Out of New York, Agrees to New Merger Conditions
  • Maxwell's Demon at Nanoscale; Unrelated "Free Cooling" Scheme
  • Robust SIRT6 Increases Lifespans in Lab Animals
  • 13.5 Million Have Been Added to China's Social-Credit Punishment Lists
  • Tiny Knee Bone, the 'Fabella' Reappearing in Humans
  • Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky Wins Ukraine Presidential Election
  • The Pirate Bay Lives On, A Decade After ‘Guilty’ Verdicts
  • ICANN Urges Adopting DNSSEC Now
  • The Profoundly Deaf Girl Who Found Her Voice after Brain Surgery
  • Satellite Dies and Starts Drifting Around Geosynchronous Orbit
  • Amazon Launches Ad-Supported Music Service to Echo Owners
  • Boeing's 787 Dreamliner Faces Scrutiny for "Shoddy Production"
  • Oral Immunotherapy Study Demonstrates Safety in Treating Preschool Peanut Allergies
  • That Mental Health App Might Share your Data without Telling you
  • Lyrid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight and Monday
  • Changing Dissolved Organic Carbon in Maine Lakes Key to Maintaining Drinking Water Quality
  • Sri Lanka Explosions: 137 Killed as Churches and Hotels Targeted
  • SpaceX Crew Dragon Suffers "Anomaly" During Static Fire Test
  • Alumnus Causes Over $58,000 in Damage to College's Computers Using a "USB Killer"
  • Passing the Sniff Test
  • Against Expectations, Notre Dame's Rooftop Bees Survived
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  • McAfee Joins Sophos, Avira, Avast-The Latest Windows Update Breaks Them All
  • Marcus Hutchins Pleads Guilty to Making Banking Malware
  • Google Will Begin to Block Sign-Ins From Embedded Browser Frameworks in June
  • Aussies, Yanks May Think They're Big Drinkers – but Brits Easily Booze Them Under the Table
  • Anti-Vax Parents Lose in NY Court, Face Steep Fines for Not Vaccinating
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  • Utah Bans Police From Searching Digital Data Without A Warrant, Closes Fourth Amendment Loophole
  • Intranets May Be Making Professors Stupid
  • Tolkien Was Right: Scholars Conclude Beowulf Was Likely the Work of Single Author
  • Nicotine Replacement: When Quitting Cigarettes, Consider Using More Nicotine, Not Less
  • Sony to Crack Down on Sexual Content in Games With New Policy
  • Federal Investigation of Facebook Could Hold Mark Zuckerberg Accountable on Privacy, Sources say
  • 'This is how expensive it is to attempt suicide': Patient’s bill goes viral
  • Statisticians Want to Abandon Science's Standard Measure of `Significance'
  • Samsung Completes Development of "5nm" Node; TSMC Reveals "6nm" Node
  • Port of Super Mario Bros Released for Commodore 64
  • After Heart Attack: Late Dinner and No Breakfast a Killer Combination
  • How the Hepatitis B Virus Establishes Persistent Infection
  • Man Asks for Pixel 3 Refund, Gets 10 Pink Replacements Instead
  • How Superstitions Spread
  • A Chance to Detect Dark Matter in 2021
  • French Internet Referral Unit Falsely Identifies Internet Archive Content as "Terrorist"
  • After a $14-Billion Upgrade, New Orleans' Levees are Sinking
  • Brain Lesions Lead to Religious Fundamentalism
  • Infocom Text Game Source Code Released on GitHub (Including Zork)
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  • 'Longevity Gene' Responsible For More Efficient DNA Repair
  • Employees Call On Microsoft To Protect GitHub From China Censors
  • Tesla Will Allow Aggressive Autopilot Mode With 'Slight Chance of a Fender Bender'
  • NIH, FBI Accuse Scientists In US of Sending IP To China, Running Shadow Labs
  • Toyota Establishes Research Institute In China To Study Hydrogen, Green Tech
  • TurboTax Uses Dark Patterns To Trick You Into Paying To File Your Taxes
  • Charter Avoids Getting Kicked Out of New York, Agrees To New Merger Conditions
  • Tesla's Full Self-Driving Computer is Now in All New Cars and a Next-Gen Chip is Already 'Halfway Done'
  • Google Walkout Organizers Say They're Facing Retaliation
  • Podcast Wars: $100 Million Startup Luminary To Launch Tomorrow Without Some Publicly Available Popular Podcasts
  • Facial Recognition Creeps Up on a JetBlue Passenger
  • Amazon is Now Making Its Delivery Drivers Take Selfies
  • WiFi Finder, a Popular Hotspot Finder App, Exposed 2 Million Wi-Fi Network Passwords
  • Nokia 9 Buggy Update Lets Anyone Bypass Fingerprint Scanner With a Pack of Gum
  • Samsung's Galaxy Fold Smartphone Release Delayed
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  • Ep. 527: Ancient Astronomy of the American Southwest
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  • What Will the James Webb Space Telescope See? A Whole Bunch of Dust, That’s What
  • The First Molecule that was Possible in the Universe has been Seen in Space
  • The World’s Biggest Aircraft – the Rocket-Launching Stratolaunch – Completes its First Test Flight
  • Methane-Filled Lakes on Titan are “Surprisingly Deep”
  • TESS Just Found its First Earth-Sized World
  • Astronomers Find a Chunk of a Comet Inside a Meteorite
  • Astro-Challenge: Spotting Slender Moons
  • SpaceX’s Starlink Constellation Construction Begins. 2,200 Satellites Will go up Over the Next 5 years
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  • FYI: Get ready for face scans on leaving the US because 1.2% of visitors overstayed their visas
  • Tesla touts totally safe, not at all worrying self-driving cars – this time using custom chips
  • Bloke faces up to 20 years in the clink after gun held to dot-com owner's head in robbery
  • NPM is Not Particularly Magnanimous? Staff fired after trying to unionize – complaints
  • Now here's a Galaxy far, far away: Samsung stalls Fold rollout after fold-able screens break in hands of reviewers
  • Take your pick: 0/1/* ... but beware – your click could tank an entire edition of a century-old newspaper
  • Wannacry-slayer Marcus Hutchins pleads guilty to two counts of banking malware creation
  • Defense against the Darknet, or how to accessorize to defeat video surveillance
  • Not one of the 12 steps: Rehab patients' details exposed in publicly visible database
  • Double trouble for Lyft after share price drop sparks class action lawsuits claiming hype
  • UK comms watchdog mulls 5G tweaks: Operators want moooooar power
  • Aussies, Yanks may think they're big drinkers – but Brits easily booze them under the table
  • Strong-willed field support op holds it together during painful customer call
  • Hands off Brock! EFF pleads with Google not to kill its Privacy Badger with its Manifest destiny
  • Old-school cruel: Dodgy PDF email attachments enjoying a renaissance
  • We've read the Mueller report. Here's what you need to know: ██ ██ ███ ███████ █████ ███ ██ █████ ████████ █████
  • IBM Watson Health cuts back Drug Discovery 'artificial intelligence' after lackluster sales
  • We reveal what's inside Microsoft's Azure Govt Secret regions... wait, is that a black helico–
  • Google rolls out Android Easter Egg for Europe – a Microsoft antitrust-style browser, search engine choice box
  • Idiot admits destroying scores of college PCs using USB Killer gizmo, filming himself doing it
  • Who's using Mueller Report Day to bury bad news? If you guessed Facebook, you're right: Millions more passwords stored in plaintext
  • Canadian woman fined for not holding escalator handrail finally reaches the top after 10 years
  • Cloud Atlas: Huawei's homegrown AI hardware hits shelves. Oh, and it's working on DNA storage
  • BBM is dead, long live BBMe: Encrypted chat plat opened up to all as consumer version burns
  • Speak your brains on AI platforms: They have been hyped to death... but what's your practical reality?
  • DevOps grandpa Electric Cloud absorbed into youthful CloudBees
  • Facebook: Yeah, we hoovered up 1.5 million email address books without permission. But it was an accident!
  • So how'd this go again... A sea goddess told you in a dream to run for president of Taiwan? OK, Mr Foxconn boss
  • Yes, I may have advised 'some' investors to flog their Autonomy shares, analyst tells High Court
  • Server at web host 1&1 Ionos decides to take unscheduled day off, sinks a bunch of sites
  • Huawei thanks US for 'raising 5G awareness' by banning telecom kit giant's wares
  • Disco Dingo fever: Ubuntu 19.04 has an infrastructure bent, snappier GNOME and another stupid name
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  • Google hits brand slam stamping AMP with more crypto glam
  • Microsoft debuts Bosque – a new programming language with no loops, inspired by TypeScript
  • Surprising absolutely no one at all, Samsung's folding-screen phones knackered within days
  • Hey criminals, need a getaway vehicle? There's an app for that... Car share tool halts ops amid crime wave, arrests
  • Cisco whispers the three little words to really get an ASR 9000 net admin's blood pumping: Remote unauthenticated access
  • Insane in the domain: Sea Turtle hackers pwn DNS orgs to dash web surfers on the rocks of phishing pages
  • China Mobile, you can kiss good Pai to America: FCC to ban 'spy risk' telco from US
  • Microsoft president: We said no to Cali cops' face-recog tech – and we won't craft killer robots
  • Selling data centre hardware? Prepare for pain as Gartner spies market spending shift
  • Enough about me, why do you hate Kaspersky so much? Revealed: Insp Clouseau-esque bid to smear critics as shills
  • Supreme Court of UK gives Morrisons the go-ahead for mega data leak liability appeal
  • Intel swallows Brit chip slinger Omnitek in bid to boost FPGA business
  • It's Big, it's Blue and it's down for 3Q: Whomp... there goes IBM's storage hardware revenue
  • UK watchdog slaps 'misleading' Voda ad: Gigafast... maybe so – but not for £23
  • Linux kernel-bypassing Quobyte plug-in goes with the TensorFlow for faster file access
  • Let 15 July forever be known as P-Day: When UK's smut fans started being asked for their age
  • Why Qualcomm won – and why Tim Cook had to eat humble Apple pie

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  • The end of Scientific Linux
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  • Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) released
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  • OpenStreetMap and Deborah Nicholson win 2018 FSF Awards
  • Seven new devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Activists and experts gather in Cambridge for ethical tech conference to celebrate software freedom on March 23-24
  • FSF Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report now available
  • Vikings D8 Mainboard and D8 Workstation now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF adds Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million from Handshake
  • FSF job opportunity: web developer
  • Keynotes announced for LibrePlanet 2019 free software conference
  • FSF statement on Microsoft joining the Open Invention Network
  • FSF job opportunity: program manager
  • FSF takes international day of action for a Day Without DRM on September 18th
  • Eleventh annual LibrePlanet conference set for March 23-24, 2019
  • FSF job opportunity: Business operations manager
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  • Google's Sensorvault Can Tell Police Where You've Been
  • California Attorney General Must Investigate Improper Database Searches on Community Observers at Controversial Police Event
  • Californians Want and Deserve Stronger Privacy Laws
  • The Ecuadorean Authorities Have No Reason to Detain Free Software Developer Ola Bini
  • How Landmark Technology’s Terrible Patent Has Survived
  • Julian Assange's Prosecution is about Much More Than Attempting to Hack a Password
  • Media Alert: EFF Argues Against Forced Unlocking of Phone in Indiana Supreme Court
  • Victory! Fairfax, Virginia Judge Finds That Local Police Use of ALPR Violates the State’s Data Act
  • EFF’s Tweet About an Overzealous DMCA Takedown Is Now Subject to an Overzealous Takedown
  • Four Steps Facebook Should Take to Counter Police Sock Puppets
  • Don’t Force Web Platforms to Silence Innocent People
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  • Government Fights to Trap EFF’s NSA Spying Case in a Catch-22
  • California’s Attorney General Wants to Empower People to Protect Their Privacy. Sacramento Legislators Should Listen.
  • EFF Statement on Assange Indictment and Arrest
  • Victory! The House of Representatives Passes Net Neutrality Protections
  • The Los Angeles Department of Transportation’s Ride Tracking Pilot is Out of Control
  • Platform Liability Doesn’t – And Shouldn’t - Depend on Content Moderation Practices
  • Victory! Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Latest Threat to Section 230
  • Five Civil Society Organizations Remind Congress: Look to the Supreme Court, Not Silicon Valley CEOs, For Guidance Before Regulating Online Speech
  • Facebook Got Caught Phishing For Friends
  • EFF’s New ‘Threat Lab’ Dives Deep into Surveillance Technologies—And Their Use and Abuse
  • Net Neutrality Bill Passes Crucial Committee Vote
  • Victory for Users: WhatsApp Fixes Privacy Problem in Group Messaging
  • FIXED: WhatsApp Rolls Out Group Privacy Settings
  • Your Fourth Amendment Rights Should Not be Limited by Terms of Service
  • Mark Zuckerberg Does Not Speak for the Internet
  • Faulty Court Ruling That Threatens to Gut Groundbreaking Privacy Statute CalECPA Must Be Reversed
  • Don’t Buy California’s Callous Attempt to Ignore People’s DNA Privacy Rights, EFF Tells Court
  • California’s Legislature Is Contemplating Abandoning Oversight Over Broadband Monopolies Just Like the FCC
  • Don't Repeat FOSTA's Mistakes
  • Court Denies EFF Effort to Obtain Classified Significant Surveillance Court Opinions
  • Hearing Friday in Jewel NSA Spying Lawsuit: EFF Asks Court to Let Case Proceed to Determine Constitutionality of Mass Surveillance
  • Texas: Don’t Let the Legislature Gut Your State’s Free Speech Laws
  • EFF Backs Redditor in Fight to Stay Anonymous
  • Real Net Neutrality Protections Passed Their First Vote
  • EU’s Parliament Signs Off on Disastrous Internet Law: What Happens Next?
  • EFF, Coalition Urge Supreme Court to Maintain Public Access to Government’s Use of Privately Developed Technology
  • Why Are Creators Paying for TikTok’s Mistake?
  • To Search Through Millions of License Plates, Police Should Get a Warrant
  • The U.S. Desperately Needs a “Fiber for All” Plan
  • This Could Be It: Key Polish Political Party Comes Out Against Article 13
  • Congress Has a Chance to Finally End the NSA’s Mass Telephone Records Program
  • Who Defends Your Data? Report Reveals Peruvian ISPs Progress on User Privacy, Still Room for Improvement
  • The Best of Europe’s Web Went Dark Today. We Can’t Let That Be Our Future.
  • More Than 130 European Businesses Tell the European Parliament: Reject the #CopyrightDirective
  • EFF Submits Consumer Data Privacy Comment to the California Attorney General
  • The European Copyright Directive: What Is It, and Why Has It Drawn More Controversy Than Any Other Directive In EU History?
  • Here’s Why You Can’t Trust What Cops and Companies Claim About Automated License Plate Readers
  • Why the Debate Over Privacy Can't Rely on Tech Giants
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  • Newest US Democratic candidate says he won’t build a wall, even if Mars attacks
  • New IRA claims responsibility for renowned journalist’s death in Northern Ireland
  • Measles outbreak set to smash 10-year yearly record in first months of 2019
  • Facebook hires ‘co-writer’ of the pro-surveillance Patriot Act amid growing concerns over privacy
  • Vanishing plane sends authorities on hours-long search near North Carolina airport
  • Kim Jong-un will visit Russia & meet Putin 'soon' – North Korean state media
  • Deadly swine fever spreads across all China, threatening massive pork shortage
  • ‘Vibrant democracy’: US congratulates Ukraine on holding elections that reflect ‘will of people’
  • As French US envoy calls Israel ‘apartheid state,’ Trump’s Palestine deal looks all but doomed
  • Chelsea Manning to stay in jail after federal court rejects appeal
  • FBI accuses migrant-hunting militia leader of training to ‘ASSASSINATE’ Soros, Clinton & Obama
  • Say what? Ukraine's Poroshenko vows to win NEXT presidential election a day after crushing defeat
  • US offers $10 million reward in hunt for Hezbollah financiers
  • No to ‘unilateral sanctions’: Turkey slams US for ending waivers on Iranian oil imports
  • ‘A whole new phase of confrontation’: New Revolutionary Guards head shows Iran readying for conflict
  • Brazilian UFC veteran killed in hit-and-run incident with taxi driver
  • German companies see Russia as 'huge opportunity' despite sanctions – head of Merck Russia
  • ‘Beat his ass!’ Angry Easter Bunny gets into street fight in Orlando in viral VIDEO
  • Under pressure, Herman Cain bows out of Fed nomination
  • Kremlin finalizing preparations for Putin-Kim meeting – spokesman
  • Sovereignty has become ‘fragile’ in world full of US interference – Russia’s top military official
  • UFC star Darren Till ordered to pay damages and compensation following Tenerife 'taxi theft'
  • Thousands protest China-backed mega-dam in northern Myanmar
  • N. Macedonia heads for presidential election runoff, ethnic Albanian vote may determine outcome
  • Trump sues to block Democrats’ subpoena to look into his personal finances
  • Approval of Russia’s ‘Internet protection bill’ disrupted by net shutdown
  • Unique surgery: Russian hospital performs first successful lungs and liver transplant
  • ‘I lived in Russia for ‘14 f*****g years!’ Guardian’s DILL expert totally sure what’s in a BORSCH
  • ‘Racist lyrics and sentiments’: Philadelphia Flyers remove statue to singer Kate Smith
  • Haftar’s Libyan army slows push toward Tripoli over concerns for civilians
  • Indian Coast Guard placed on high alert after Sri Lanka bombings
  • Saudi Arabia to 'stabilize' oil market after US ends sanction waivers on Iranian crude – Riyadh
  • Israeli soldiers shoot blindfolded, handcuffed Palestinian teen fleeing arrest for stone-throwing
  • Date set for rugby star Folau's code of conduct hearing after anti-gay social media post
  • United States to end sanction waivers for countries importing Iranian oil
  • Tesla launches investigation after parked car BLOWS UP in flames in viral VIDEO
  • At least 5 people killed after buildings collapse near Manila in Philippines quake – official
  • Denmark’s richest man loses three children in Sri Lanka bombings
  • ‘How much do you charge?’ Russian star Medvedeva subjected to vile abuse over latex outfit (VIDEO)
  • 8 people killed, dozens trapped as buildings collapse in Philippines quake – official
  • Poles BEATING & BURNING long-nosed effigy of Judas sparks fury of Jewish group (VIDEO)
  • Sudan military orders protesters to tear down barricades
  • 'I'm staying': Mbappe deals blow to Zidane & Real as star vows to remain at French champs PSG
  • Anti-Russian sanctions benefit only US firms at Europe’s expense, says German politician
  • 'No illusions', but there are 'chances' – Russian PM on Ukraine elections and bilateral relations
  • Van detonates near Colombo church as bomb squad reportedly tries to defuse it (VIDEOS)
  • Alliance with nationalists harmed Erdogan’s AK Party – former Turkish PM Davutoglu
  • Light it up: Crazy scenes as Greek football fans celebrate first league title in 34 years (VIDEO)
  • Sri Lankan police find 87 bomb detonators at Colombo’s main bus station – spokesperson
  • Crude mood: Oil prices soar as US set to sanction countries buying Iranian crude
  • ‘They are Christians’: Obama & Clinton lambasted for calling bombed Sri Lankans ‘Easter worshipers’
  • Arab League pledges $100mn to Palestinians, rejects US ‘deal’
  • Taliban says US withdrawal from Afghanistan is focus of next talks
  • Iranian President Rouhani declares joint border ‘reaction force’ with Pakistan
  • Curfew ordered in Sri Lanka’s capital after bomb attacks involving intl network – govt
  • Local militants had intl help in carrying out Easter Sunday attacks – Sri Lanka’s health minister
  • The perfect storm that could drive oil even higher
  • Twitterati pounce on MSNBC for sending reporter to pester Mueller near church on Easter Sunday
  • Beijing ‘consistently opposes’ unilateral US sanctions on Iran – ministry
  • S. Korea to mark summit anniversary, Pyongyang may not take part – Seoul
  • ‘Space orchestra’: Listen to 26 distant neutron stars play unique tunes (VIDEO)
  • Terrorists ‘continue plotting attacks’ on Sri Lanka tourist spots, US State Dept warns
  • Crewed flight setback? Leaked video suggests SpaceX capsule is ANNIHILATED in safety test ‘anomaly’
  • Death toll in Sri Lanka terror spree jumps to 290, about 500 wounded
  • Russian, Indian warships join Chinese Navy’s 70th anniversary celebrations (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • Landslide victory: Early Ukraine election results show Zelensky’s near 50-point lead over Poroshenko
  • Fervent Poles crucify US envoy on Twitter for wishing them happy Passover on Good Friday
  • NINTH bomb is defused near Sri Lanka airport as police arrest 24 after Easter Sunday terror spree
  • ‘Why was warning ignored?’ Sri Lankan minister tweets intel letter from 10 days before bombings
  • Russia cautiously hopeful as newcomer Zelensky promises to ‘reboot’ E. Ukraine talks
  • US & Europe react to Poroshenko’s defeat by comedian Zelensky in Ukraine
  • Ukraine’s president-in-waiting Zelensky vows to end conflict in Donbass with ‘POWERFUL INFOWAR’
  • ‘Intelligence failure’: Sri Lankan govt too focused on past, not ready for new threats – analysts
  • Assange arrest shows Moreno is ‘CIA asset,’ turning Ecuador into ‘vassal’ – former FM
  • 'That was a dive AND a penalty': Mohamed Salah earns spot-kick as Liverpool go top at Cardiff
  • Comedian Zelensky celebrates win over Poroshenko in Ukraine presidential vote
  • A bad sign for Tesla bulls? Top Tesla investor slashes stake
  • Condolences for Sri Lanka pour in from world leaders in wake of deadly blasts
  • 'This performance was rancid': Gary Neville explodes after Manchester United thrashed 4-0 at Everton
  • China adds 20th satellite to its GPS alternative BeiDou
  • Easter tragedy: What we know so far about the deadly attacks in Sri Lanka
  • Grief in Tenerife: UFC star Darren Till arrested for stealing a taxi in Canary Islands – reports
  • Sri Lanka bombing crackdown: 3 police killed in raid, several suspects in custody
  • Sri Lanka bombings evoke ghosts of past violence after decade of peace
  • 'I would never quit': Amir Khan criticized after being pulled out of Terence Crawford bout in NYC
  • Sri Lankan officials ‘caught off guard’ by Easter Sunday attacks — analyst
  • 'I have to maul this guy': Khabib Nurmagomedov says he's ready to battle Dustin Poirier in September
  • Sri Lanka imposes island-wide curfew after deadly blasts on Easter Sunday
  • It’s not just Amazon: These profitable US corporations paid ZERO taxes
  • ‘Assaults on all humanity’: Turkey’s Erdogan condemns Sri Lankan bombings
  • WATCH Russia’s best opera voices sing Ave Maria in touching tribute to gutted Notre Dame
  • 3 more killed as 8th explosion hits Sri Lanka during series of deadly attacks – police
  • 35 foreigners reportedly among those killed by Sri Lankan blasts
  • 7th explosion reported near Sri Lanka's largest city Colombo – police
  • ‘Hour of grief’: Pakistan’s PM Khan condemns ‘horrific terrorist attack’ in Sri Lanka
  • ‘No place for barbarism in our region’ – India’s Modi on church attacks in neighboring Sri Lanka
  • ‘Cowardly attacks’: Sri Lankan PM calls for unity after deadly bombings on Easter Sunday
  • Six bombing targets: Christian churches & luxury hotels hit by deadly Sri Lankan blasts
  • Sri Lankan police chief warned about possible bombings 10 days before Easter attacks
  • Blood & chaos: WATCH worshippers struggle to aid wounded after Sri Lanka church bombing

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  • Nasrallah: No new war with Israel
  • Nasrallah: No new war with Israel
  • Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah Monday denied a widely circulating media report that he had warned of a likely war with Israel this summer.
  • Hariri seeks to defuse tensions with Aoun over draft budget
  • Hariri seeks to defuse budget tensions with Aoun
  • Prime Minister Saad Hariri sought Monday to defuse tensions with President Michel Aoun over the 2019 draft state budget, saying he cared only for the outcome of ongoing attempts to reach an austerity budget to rescue the ailing economy.
  • Sri Lankan military given sweeping powers after bombings
  • Sri Lankan military given sweeping powers
  • Sri Lanka’s president gave the military sweeping police powers starting Tuesday in the wake of the Easter bombings that killed at least 290 people, while officials disclosed that intelligence agencies had warned weeks ago of the possibility of an attack by the radical Muslim group blamed for the bloodshed.
  • Lebanese officials condemn Easter attacks in Sri Lanka
  • Lebanese officials condemn Sri Lanka attacks
  • Lebanese politicians condemned the bombings in Sri Lanka over the Easter weekend and expressed solidarity with the country’s people.
  • Kuwaiti plane repaired after landing mishap
  • Kuwaiti plane repaired after landing mishap
  • The nose of a Kuwait Airways plane was repaired after it was damaged and caved inward while landing at Beirut’s airport Sunday.
  • U.S. to end all waivers on Iran oil imports; price jumps
  • U.S. to end all waivers on Iran oil imports
  • The United States demanded a cutoff of Iranian oil exports to major importers like China and India that had been granted exemptions from sanctions, sending crude prices to six-month highs on fears the U.S. action could lead to a supply crunch.
  • Palestinian teen: Israelis shot me handcuffed, blindfolded
  • Israelis shot me handcuffed, blindfolded: teen
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  • When Christians Are Under Attack, Muslims and the Left Need to Defend Them
  • Nancy Pelosi’s Drug-Pricing Talks With the Trump Administration Are About Mediating Fights Between Corporate Interests
  • Adeus, artesos. Ol, hotis de luxo: o plano gourmet do prefeito de Salvador para o centro histrico.
  • Autoritarismo do STF e da Lava Jato nasceu no ‘impeachment Tabajara’ de Dilma
  • Baltimore Police Tried to Kill Keith Davis Jr. Prosecutors Have Been Trying to Convict Him of Murder Ever Since.
  • The Best Hot Take on the Mueller Report Is From 1796
  • Why Philly’s Reformist Prosecutor Finally Supports Letting Mumia Abu-Jamal’s Appeal Go Forward
  • William Barr Misled Everyone About the Mueller Report. Now Democrats Are Calling for His Resignation.
  • Northern Ireland Mourns Lyra McKee, Journalist and LGBT Activist Shot at Nationalist Riot
  • What the Mueller Report Didn’t Say About Felix Sater and the Trump Tower in Moscow
  • House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer Is Facing a Primary Challenge
  • Starbucks Promised a Recyclable Drink Lid. Don’t Believe the Hype.
  • Setecentos dias na masmorra: o que aprendi trabalhando no sistema prisional do Rio de Janeiro
  • Robert Mueller Did Not Merely Reject the Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theories. He Obliterated Them.
  • Dear Democrats: Mueller Just Handed You a Road Map for Impeachment. Follow It.
  • Annotating Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Redacted Report
  • Trump’s Veto on Yemen War Is a Sign That the Strongmen in the U.S. and Saudi Arabia Are Winning
  • Quilombolas so condenados a pagar R$ 6 milhes por incndio que destruiu as suas casas
  • Secret IDB Proposal Would Give $48 Billion Infusion to Boost Venezuela’s Economy — but Only After Regime Change
  • O plano bilionrio secreto estimulado pela Casa Branca para reprivatizar a Venezuela ps-Maduro
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  • Did Reality TV Star Beth Chapman from ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Pass Away?
  • Did Nancy Pelosi Remove a 150-Year-Old ‘In God We Trust’ Sign from the House Chamber Entrance?
  • Was a Google Doodle Created for Ramadan But Not for Easter?
  • Were Oak Trees Planted at Versailles for the Purpose of Repairing Notre Dame?
  • ‘Human Composting’ May Soon Be Legal in Washington State
  • Did Washington State Sen. Maureen Walsh Say Nurses ‘Play Cards’ for a Large Part of Their Working Day?
  • Melinda Gates Talks ‘Brash’ Microsoft Culture in New Book
  • Medicare, Social Security Face Shaky Fiscal Futures
  • Nothing Wrong with Help from Russians, Trump Lawyer Says
  • Trump, Business Organization Sue Democratic House Chairman
  • The New Yorker April 29, 2019 Issue
  • Chasing the Aurora Borealis
  • The Wild Carnival at the Heart of Skiing’s Most Dangerous Race
  • The Culinary Muse of the Caucasus
  • The Airbnb Invasion of Barcelona
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
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