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  • Huawei Introduces a Memory Card That Fits into a Nano SIM Slot
  • Raspberry Pi Fans Up in Arms as Mathematica Disappears From Raspbian Downloads
  • Jaguar Considers Transformation to EV-Only Brand
  • Why Scientists Had Trouble Predicting Hurricane Michael’s Rapid Intensification
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  • FCC Says Hurricane Michael Victims in Florida Deserve a Month of Free Cell Service
  • 35 Million Voter Records For Sale on Popular Hacking Forum
  • Researchers Produce Virus-resistant Pigs, Could Vastly Improve Global Animal Health
  • Palm Rises From the Dead as a Zombie Brand, Launches Tiny Smartphone
  • Two Degrees Decimated Puerto Rico's Insect Populations
  • Stephen Hawking Essay Warns of Gene Editing; Final Hawking Research Paper Published
  • Saudi Arabia Reportedly Prepared to Admit Involvement in Journalist's Death
  • Internet Relay Chat Turns 30—and We Remember How It Changed Our Lives
  • Sears files for bankruptcy after years of turmoil
  • Gene Editing Jobs Expected to Increase
  • Hyperactive Comet Wirtanen to Show off During Historically Close Flyby
  • Ganymede Was Shaped by Past Tectonic Activity
  • Bing Is Suggesting the Worst Things You Can Imagine
  • Polarity Governs Atomic Interaction Through Two-Dimensional Materials
  • Apple Donates 1,000 Apple Watches to Binge Eating Study
  • Fake or Real? New Study Finds Consumers Wary of Manipulated Photos
  • Google Algorithm Effective at Spotting Breast Cancer
  • Paul Allen Dead at 65
  • NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory Fixed
  • New Version of Winamp Planned for 2019
  • HP Footnote Leads Intel to Confirm Support for 128 GB of DRAM for 9th-Generation Processors
  • Damage Control: Boeing-Sponsored Newsletter Praises Space Launch System (SLS), Trashes Saturn V
  • Invisible Manipulation: 10 Ways our Data is Being Used Against Us
  • Ubisoft Promises to Release Hieroglyphics Initiative Tools as Open Source
  • Serialized Fiction Review: DeathWorlders
  • Moneyland - the Country You Never Heard of... and Will Never Visit.
  • Harris Corp. and L3 Technologies Plan to Merge and Become the Sixth Largest U.S. Defense Contractor
  • President Trump Signs Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2018
  • PC Market Flat, as Surface Becomes a Top-5 Computer Brand in the US
  • Firefox 64 Will Remove Support for RSS and Atom Feeds
  • Senators Demand Answers About Google+ Breach; Project Dragonfly Undermines Google's Neutrality
  • When Yesterday's Agriculture Feeds Today's Water Pollution
  • Universal Basic Income Is Silicon Valley’s Latest Scam
  • John C. Dvorak Released from PC Magazine
  • Soyuz Failure Narrowed Down to Collision Between Booster and Core Stage
  • INRS Develops a 10 Trillion FPS "Camera"
  • Bad News for People Who Can’t Remember Names
  • Scientists Develop Novel Vaccine for Lassa Fever and Rabies
  • From 'problem Child' to 'prodigy'? LSD Turns 75
  • Human Retinas Grown In A Dish Reveal Origin Of Color Vision
  • Apple Speaks Out Against Australian Anti-Encryption Law; Police Advised Not to Trigger Face ID
  • FCC Tells Court it has no "Legal Authority" to Impose Net Neutrality Rules
  • Fifth-Century Child's Skeleton Shows Evidence of "Vampire Burial"
  • Google Leak: The Good Censor
  • Agreeable People Who Place Less Value on Money at a Financial Disadvantage, Study Says
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  • Researcher Finds Simple Way of Backdooring Windows PCs and Nobody Notices for Ten Months
  • Someone Used a Deep Learning AI To Perfectly Insert Harrison Ford Into "Solo: A Star Wars Story"
  • GPU-Z Can Now Detect Fake NVIDIA Graphics Cards
  • Seattle Startup Vets Takes on Google with Helm, a New $499 Personal Email Server
  • The Results of Your Genetic Test Are Reassuring. But That Can Change.
  • Actors Are Digitally Preserving Themselves To Continue Their Careers Beyond the Grave
  • Will Compression Be Machine Learning's Killer App?
  • Australian Federal Court Grants Publisher of GTA V Game Right To Search Homes of Five People Accused of Making Cheat Software
  • Some Electric Car Drivers Might Spew More CO2 Than Diesel Cars, New Research Shows
  • US is World's Most Competitive Economy for First Time in a Decade
  • Professional Videogamers Are Working Out
  • How Paul Allen Saved the American Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence
  • 'Do Not Track,' the Privacy Tool Used By Millions of People, Doesn't Do Anything
  • YouTube is Down
  • Chrome 70 Arrives With Option To Disable Linked Sign-Ins, PWAs On Windows, and AV1 Decoder
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  • Universe Today

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  • Surprising Discovery. Four Giant Planets Found Around a Very Young Star
  • Here’s What the First Images from the Event Horizon Might Look Like
  • You’ve Got to Watch this Stunning NASA Video of Arctic Sea Ice. Now at its Lowest Levels
  • Astronomers Get Ready, Another Artificial Star to Ruin Your Data is Coming. Artist is Planning to Launch a Giant, Unfolding Structure That’ll be Bright in the Sky For a Few Months
  • Plans for a Modular Martian Base on that Would Provide its own Radiation Shielding
  • The Path that MASCOT Took Across Asteroid Ryugu During its 17 Hours of Life
  • Carnival of Space #582
  • Even Ganymede is Showing Tectonic Activity. We’re Going to Need Another Icy Moon Orbiter
  • The Milky Way Could Be Spreading Life From Star to Star
  • Next Generation Telescopes Could Use “Teleportation” to Take Better Images
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  • LuminosityLink spyware mastermind gets 30 months in the clink, forfeits $725k in Bitcoin
  • Well slap my ass and call me Judy, Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 is just as hard to fix as the old one
  • Crucial P1 minicard flash drive? Not if you grabbed Intel's 660p
  • Twilio tweaks twicky twalkative bot toows to dewight devewopers: It's Autopilot for chat apps
  • Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is worth 154 median minions
  • Chrome 70 flips switch on Progressive Web Apps in Windows 10 – with janky results
  • Softcat warns of Brexit cloud forming over UK tech, vows: If prices rise, we'll pass them on...
  • Our processor tech's got legs, says Arm: 'One million' data center servers will ship in 2018
  • Stroppy Google runs rings round Brussels with Android remedy
  • Arm PSA IoT API? BRB... Toolbox of tech to secure net-connected kit opens up some more
  • UK.gov to press ahead with online smut checks (but expects 10m in legals in year 1)
  • The new Huawei is going upmarket, but the old Huawei still threatens
  • Raspberry Pi fans up in arms as Mathematica disappears from Raspbian downloads
  • Once more with feeling: Windows 10 October 2018 Update inches closer to relaunch
  • Last year, D-Link flubbed a router bug-fix, so it's back with total pwnage
  • Find these, er, appealing? UK.gov takes red pen to spy court rules, asks for Parliament's OK
  • Battling a multi-cloud deployment? Get our expert IT advice in this handy catch-up video
  • Sure, Europe. Here's our Android suite without Search, Chrome apps. Now pay the Google tax
  • Party like it's 1989... SVGA code bug haunts VMware's house, lets guests flee to host OS
  • The mysterious life of Luc Esape, bug fixer extraordinaire. His big secret? He's not human
  • IBM talks 'emerging, high value segments' – so you know the Q3 numbers aren't great
  • Tech hub blames tech: San Francisco fingers Uber, Lyft rides for its growing traffic headache
  • Thought Patch Tuesday was a load? You gotta check out this Oracle mega-advisory, then
  • GitHub grabs a piece of the Actions: 'A project that will do for software development what we did for the pull request'
  • Huawei's Watch GT snubs Google for homegrown OS
  • Insult to injury: Malware menace soaks water-logged utility ravaged by Hurricane Florence
  • Alphabet in the soup for keeping quiet about Google+ data leak bug
  • Pixel 3 XL reveals innards festooned with glue and... Samsung?
  • Dell Tech: We'll let shareholders vote on VMware deal in Q4
  • Huawei Mate 20 series: China's best phone, but a pricey proposition
  • Arm doodles server, comms CPUs in public before they leak out in open-source code...
  • Get your popcorn ready: IBM's Q3 financial scoreboard is out tonight
  • Violin Systems gnaws off X-IO Technologies' storage arm
  • Google Cloud chief joins Saudi shindig exodus over journalist's worrying disappearance
  • There will be no escape once Twilio snaps up SendGrid in $2bn deal
  • UK's National Cyber Security Centre gives itself big ol' pat on the back in annual review
  • IBM spits out one cloud manager to rule them all
  • Fed up with cloud giants ripping off its database, MongoDB forks new 'open-source license'
  • HP dangles subscription hardware at power users
  • Amazon Prime Music turns the volume down a little too much
  • Leaked memo: No internet until you clean your bathroom, Ecuador told Julian Assange
  • Fujitsu: We love Microsoft Azure, we're training 10,000 bods on it
  • Emergency Services Network delays to cost public purse 1.1bn, Home Office reveals
  • Open-source this, open-source that, and the end of the Windows 10 Creators Update
  • Web browsers sharpen knives for TLS 1.0, 1.1, tell protocols to dig their own graves for 2019
  • NASA gently nudges sleeping space 'scopes Chandra, Hubble out of gyro-induced stupor
  • EU aren't kidding: Sky watchdog breathes life into mad air taxi ideas
  • Finally. The palm-sized Palm phone is back. And it will, er, save you from your real smartphone
  • RIP Paul Allen: Microsoft cofounder billionaire dies at 65 after facing third bout with cancer
  • As angels, rich dudebros suck: 1 in 5 Y Combinator women tech founders say they were sexually harassed

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  • [$] Secure key handling using the TPM
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • [$] A farewell to email
  • Bro becomes Zeek
  • SFLC: Automotive Software Governance and Copyleft
  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • [$] Fighting Spectre with cache flushes
  • Security updates for Monday
  • Kernel prepatch 4.19-rc8
  • A pile of weekend stable kernel updates
  • [$] I/O scheduling for single-queue devices
  • Security updates for Friday
  • [$] OpenPGP signature spoofing using HTML
  • Tutanota, the First Encrypted Email Service with an App on F-Droid (Linux Journal)
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • FSF News
  • 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
  • FSF Job Opportunity: Copyright and Licensing Associate
  • Minifree Libreboot X200 Tablet now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Zerocat Chipflasher "board-edition-1" now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Contract opportunity: JavaScript Developer for GNU LibreJS
  • Public Lab and Karen Sandler are 2017 Free Software Awards winners
  • LibrePlanet free software conference celebrates 10th anniversary, this weekend at MIT, March 24-25
  • Free Software Foundation releases FY2016 Annual Report
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million donation from Pineapple Fund
  • Announcing LibrePlanet 2018 keynote speakers
  • FSF adds PureOS to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
  • Deeplinks
  • From Canada to Argentina, Security Researchers Have Rights—Our New Report
  • What To Do If Your Account Was Caught in the Facebook Breach
  • Lawsuit Seeking to Unmask Contributors to ‘Shitty Media Men’ List Would Violate Anonymous Speakers’ First Amendment Rights
  • Federal Circuit (Finally) Makes Briefs Immediately Available to the Public
  • Ten Legislative Victories You Helped Us Win in California
  • New Witness Panel Tells Congress How to Protect Consumer Data Privacy
  • The Google+ Bug Is More About The Cover-Up Than The Crime
  • When Police Misuse Their Power to Control News Coverage, They Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Use Probable Cause As a Shield Against Claims of First Amendment Violations
  • EU Internet Censorship Will Censor the Whole World's Internet
  • Chicago Should Reject a Proposal for Private-Sector Face Surveillance
  • What's Next For Europe's Internet Censorship Plan?
  • Victory! Dangerous Elements Removed From California’s Bot-Labeling Bill
  • New North American Trade Deal Has Bad News for Canadian Copyright
  • EFF To Texas AG: Epson Tricked Its Customers With a Dangerous Fake Update
  • Privacy Badger Now Fights More Sneaky Google Tracking
  • There are Many Problems With Mobile Privacy but the Presidential Alert Isn’t One of Them
  • New York City Home-Sharing Ordinance Could Create Privacy Nightmare
  • Briefing Thursday: EFF’s Eva Galperin and Lookout Discuss, Demo Cybersecurity Attacks On Democracy
  • Lifting the Cloak of Secrecy From NYPD Surveillance Technology
  • McSweeney’s and EFF Team Up for “The End of Trust”
  • EFF's DEF CON 26 T-Shirt Puzzle
  • California’s Net Neutrality Law: What’s Happened, What’s Next
  • The Devil Is in The Details Of Project Verify’s Goal To Eliminate Passwords
  • EFF Urges Ninth Circuit to Let Criminal Defense Teams Vet Forensic Software
  • Victory! New California Law Requires Police Policy Transparency
  • Victory! Gov. Brown Expands Access to the Internet for Youth in Juvenile Detention and Foster Care
  • New Witness and New Experts Bolster Our Jewel Case As We Fight Government’s Latest Attempt to Derail Lawsuit Challenging Unconstitutional NSA Spying
  • Election Security Remains Just as Vulnerable as in 2016
  • Victory! Gov. Brown Signs Bill Adding Sensible Requirements for DNA Collection From Minors
  • Facebook Data Breach Affects At Least 50 Million Users
  • Copyright and Speech Should Not Be Treated Like Traffic Tickets
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: Trolling Virtual Reality
  • You Gave Facebook Your Number For Security. They Used It For Ads.
  • Vermont’s New Data Privacy Law
  • Platform Censorship: Lessons From the Copyright Wars
  • California's Net Neutrality Bill Should Be Signed Into Law
  • A Consumer Privacy Hearing With No One Representing Consumers
  • Don’t Make the Register of Copyrights into a Presidential Pawn
  • FOSTA Case Update: Court Dismisses Lawsuit Without Ruling on Whether the Statute is Unconstitutional
  • Remove the Drone Shoot-Down and Biometric Surveillance Sections From the FAA Act
  • UK Surveillance Regime Violated Human Rights
  • Australian Government Ignores Experts in Advancing Its Anti-Encryption Bill
  • EFF Opposes Industry Efforts to Have Congress Roll Back State Privacy Protections
  • Facebook Warns Memphis Police: No More Fake “Bob Smith” Accounts
  • ESNI: A Privacy-Protecting Upgrade to HTTPS
  • EFF’s Katitza Rodríguez Named One of the Most Influential Latinos in Tech
  • You Can Make the House of Representatives Restore Net Neutrality
  • The New Music Modernization Act Has a Major Fix: Older Recordings Will Belong to the Public, Orphan Recordings Will Be Heard Again
  • Hill-Climbing Our Way to Defeating DRM
  • EFF to Court: The First Amendment Protects Criticism of Patent Trolls
  • RT - Daily news

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  • #Romanovs100 & #1917LIVE to showcase at America's biggest education forum SXSW EDU 2019
  • ‘Lyin’” Ted Cruz and ‘extreme’ Beto O’Rourke: Midterm debate descends into insults and barbs
  • Rape victim data gathering by police is unlawful - London victims’ commissioner
  • Was the ‘Desert Fox’ a Nazi? German defense ministry official sparks debate with Rommel tweet
  • ‘I don’t give a damn’: Secret service agent blocks reporter’s Kushner-Saudi questions (VIDEO)
  • Facebook shareholders move to oust Zuckerberg as chairman...again
  • Russian beach volleyball pair Bocharova & Voronina claim gold at Youth Olympics (PHOTOS)
  • Kerch carnage: What we know so far about attack on Crimean college
  • ‘Oh, we fighting’: Mayweather ‘looking at 9-figure payday’ for Khabib bout (VIDEO)
  • 'Is there a cash prize?' RT's top 10 Russophobes of 2018 revel in their new official status
  • Australian govt lambasted after supporting ‘It’s OK to be white’ meme as policy
  • US Treasury imposes sanctions on Iraq-based money exchange for alleged ISIS ties
  • 'I saw you slap Conor. That’s not our custom': Chechen leader Kadyrov to Tukhugov after UFC229 brawl
  • Shocking resemblance: Crimea massacre closely fits Columbine pattern
  • Police carry out controlled explosion on package near British parliament
  • Ram attack: Driver repeatedly attempts to run down man on Madrid street (VIDEO)
  • New Samizdat: RT brings you a new censorship buster
  • Caster Semenya v IAAF: Who will win testosterone battle?
  • What's in a name? Indian city changes name from Muslim to Hindu to fix 'mistake' of occupiers
  • Spain’s top narco arrested after brazen appearance in music video
  • Putin discusses free-trade zone with Sisi as Russia’s trade with Egypt surges 62%
  • Thousands call for unicorn-riding England defender Maguire to be face of new 50 note (PHOTOS)
  • Pentagon chief, Chinese defense minister to meet amid US-China tensions
  • ‘We want to live’: Terrifying VIDEOS of students fleeing Kerch college massacre
  • ‘If Gregg Popovich ran for US president, I’d vote for him’ – ex-NBA star Brandon Jennings
  • Fined for discrimination: School ordered to pay after student excluded for her pink hair
  • ‘Fracking Three’ freed as court of appeal declare original ruling 'manifestly excessive'
  • Expect US dollar to plunge 40% against euro, forex analyst predicts
  • ‘Erotic’ Advent calendar ad too sexy for Swiss TV, but vibrators fit perfectly
  • UN Syria envoy De Mistura to step down at end of November after 4 years in role
  • ‘Bodies lying everywhere’: Shooting at Crimea college has echoes of Columbine massacre
  • Germany preparing for all Brexit options, including no-deal – Merkel
  • ‘Explain this censorship’: Facebook removes Guardian writer’s video on British colonial crimes
  • Melania Trump's plane forced to turn around after 'mechanical issue' fills cabin with smoke
  • US sees ‘some withdrawal’ of militants from Syria’s Idlib – envoy
  • Exclusive promotion: German kindergarten ad boasts it has few immigrant children
  • US doctors baffled as rare spinal disease spreads across 22 states
  • Prosecutor says he ‘never blamed official Moscow’ over Montenegro coup plot
  • Crimea college shooting investigated as murder, not terror attack – investigative committee
  • SocGen chief executive cancels attendance at investment conference in Saudi Arabia
  • New US gymnastics chief quits citing ‘personal attacks’ from Simone Biles & Aly Raisman
  • Bolt turns down 2-year deal with Champions League hopefuls
  • Kerch attack suspect identified as college student, killed himself
  • Gun-wielding Kerch attacker caught on CCTV (PHOTO)
  • Science allows us to hear Antarctica’s haunting ice song for the 1st time (AUDIO)
  • Around 300 Syrian ‘White Helmets’ leave Jordan for West
  • US soldiers in Poland probed after beating up three locals in front of family members
  • Blast in Crimean college was terrorist attack, explosive was filled with shrapnel – investigators
  • Russia 2018 World Cup provided $14.5bn boost to economy – organizers
  • 'I hate this s***! Welcome to our team' – Russian bobsledder banned for scathing message (PHOTOS)
  • Crimea bloodbath: Seeing friends die and running for their lives – witnesses describe attack horror
  • Poland's 'sovereignty' means paying more for American liquefied natural gas
  • Scientists receive $25,000 grant from X-rated porn giant
  • Knives out for ex-Tory PM John Major after he rips into Boris & fellow Brexiteers
  • EU open to new trade talks with US, hasn’t seen great interest – commissioner
  • Explosive device caused blast at Crimean college – anti-terrorism officials
  • Wheelie awful: UK teen’s world record attempt comes screeching to a halt after bike stolen in Oz
  • Dollar monopoly slips as China & Japan dump US Treasuries
  • Maple to cannabis: Canada now world's largest marketplace for legal marijuana
  • 3 Soyuz rocket launches planned before next manned Soyuz flight – Russian space agency
  • Crimea terrorist attack: 18 killed, dozens injured in explosion in Kerch college
  • ‘US & UK throw money at Yemen’s humanitarian disaster while profiting from war’
  • S. Korea denies refugee status to Yemeni asylum seekers, grants temporary stay permits
  • Tour boat almost lava-bombed by erupting Indonesian volcano in stunning VIDEO
  • Israel closes both border crossings with Gaza after Palestinian rocket attack
  • WATCH moment armed robbers break into lottery shop in Brazil, use 25 hostages as human shields
  • Pompeo meets Erdogan in Ankara after talks with Saudis on missing journalist
  • Afghan lawmaker contesting elections killed by bomb under office chair
  • Radioactive, but… ‘safe’? Japan to dump Fukushima wastewater in Pacific despite objections
  • American mercenary boasts of role in ‘targeted assassination program’ in Yemen
  • Sweden declares ‘hand grenade amnesty’ in attempt to curb deadly gang crimes
  • WATCH cute robot dog shaking booty… while probably plotting destruction of human race (VIDEO)
  • Israel conducts airstrikes, shuts down checkpoints in retaliation for rocket fire from Gaza
  • YouTube users question sanity, reality as service goes dark worldwide
  • Net Neutrality repeal tainted by fraud & bots, Stanford study confirms amid NY AG probe
  • Orthodox Christianity bordering on a 'Great Schism,' but crisis can be resolved – Russian Church
  • ‘He's staying!’ Khabib to remain in UFC, says Dana White
  • Trump slams ‘too independent’ Fed as his ‘biggest threat’
  • ‘Disappointed’ US wants Macedonia to approve name change despite failed referendum
  • Chubbs is back! WATCH gigantic 15ft alligator roam Florida golf course
  • ‘Guilty until proven innocent’? Trump defends Saudi Arabia from rush to judgment in Khashoggi case
  • UK is trying to keep EU on a short leash despite Brexit – Lavrov
  • Armenian Prime Minister resigns, seeks early parliamentary elections
  • The new Great Schism? What's next for the world of Orthodox Christianity
  • ‘Complete confidence’: NASA astronaut praises Soyuz in 1st appearance after near-disaster
  • Israeli policewoman suspected of shooting & seriously injuring Palestinian for fun
  • Trump says no ‘financial interest’ in Saudi Arabia, but billions in US-Saudi ties are at stake
  • MPs too? Harassment of female lawmakers widespread in European parliaments, report claims
  • Forensics expert ‘cut to pieces’ Saudi journalist’s body as colleagues listened to music - sources
  • Trump insults ‘horseface’ Stormy Daniels after judge throws out lawsuit
  • Secret message, glitch or hack? Bizarre Twitter code baffles social media (PHOTOS)
  • Venezuela drops US dollar, will use euro for international transactions
  • ‘Not fair’: World cycling bronze medalist criticizes transgender athlete’s victory
  • Portland mayor clamps down on violent protest, as nation struggles with left vs right street brawls
  • Ukrainian military publishes, then deletes info on American killed in Su-27 crash
  • US thanks Saudis for ‘transparent’ probe as new evidence points to Khashoggi’s murder in consulate
  • Motoblogger dubbed ‘Russia’s sexiest biker’ dies in Moscow traffic collision
  • Cannibal cookies? Student accused of baking grandmother’s ashes and feeding classmates
  • US sanctions Iranian banks, factories & mines
  • Trump threatens Honduras with aid cut unless new ‘caravan of people’ stopped

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  • Discontent among Assyrians in Syria’s northeast
  • Discontent among Assyrians in Syria’s northeast
  • Prominent Assyrian Christian writer and dissident Souleman Yusph was in his home in northeastern Syria’s Qamishli two weeks ago when local security personnel reportedly burst in, arrested him and carried off his laptop and cellphones with them.
  • Russian, Egyptian leaders strengthen ties with treaty
  • Russian, Egyptian leaders sign new treaty
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin and Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi signed a strategic cooperation treaty Wednesday that is intended to bolster trade and other ties between the two nations. The treaty capped a three-day visit to Russia by the Egyptian leader.
  • Iran prosecutor: No repeat of women at stadiums
  • Iran prosecutor: No repeat of women at stadiums
  • Iran’s prosecutor general said Wednesday there would be no repeat of women watching football matches inside stadiums, saying it would “lead to sin.” The comments by Mohammad Jafar Montazeri came a day after around 100 women were allowed to watch their country take on Bolivia in a friendly at the national stadium an extremely rare step in the Islamic republic.
  • Iran calls U.S. sanctions on Basij ‘blind vindictiveness’
  • Iran calls U.S. sanctions ‘blind vindictiveness’
  • Iran called new U.S. sanctions against its paramilitary Basij group an act of “blind vindictiveness” Wednesday, amid reports that members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard had been drugged before being kidnapped on the border with Pakistan. “America’s new sanctions are a clear insult to international and legal mechanisms and a result of the American government’s blind vindictiveness against the Iranian nation,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi said.
  • Pollution in Iraq threatens Mandaean rites
  • Water pollution in Iraq threatens Mandaean rites
  • Every Sunday in Iraq, along a strip of embankment on the Tigris River reserved for followers of the obscure and ancient Mandaean faith, worshippers bathe themselves in the waters to purify their souls. But unlike in ancient times, the storied river that runs through Baghdad is fouled by untreated sewage and dead carp, which float by in the fast-moving current.
  • Afghan election candidate killed by bomb
  • Afghan election candidate killed by bomb
  • An Afghan lawmaker contesting this week’s parliamentary elections was among four people killed Wednesday by a bomb planted under his office chair, officials said, in an attack claimed by Taliban militants.
  • Who would want to be a lawmaker in Afghanistan?
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  • The Intercept
  • Why Israel’s — and America’s — Legal Justifications for Assassinations Don’t Add Up
  • “Relic of Another Era”: Most People on North Carolina’s Death Row Would Not Be Sentenced to Die Today
  • Rep. Lloyd Smucker Crusades Against the Federal Agency Investigating His Own Family’s Drywall Business
  • Upheaval: Brazil on the Brink. The Saudi Regime Under Fire.
  • Ele está por trás da maior ‘operação antifraude’ das urnas. Mas frauda o próprio currículo.
  • Tem bolsonarista querendo uma Noite dos Cristais
  • Os ricos, os pobres e os precariados: os 3 tipos de eleitores de Bolsonaro
  • Outraged Lawmakers Want to End the U.S.’s Cozy Relationship With Saudi Arabia
  • Does Saudi Arabia Own Donald Trump?
  • A Super PAC Is Spending Millions Attacking Democrats Who Can’t Lose. What’s Going On?
  • Chicago Finally Releases Video of Police Officer Shooting Unarmed and Disabled Ricky Hayes
  • What Elizabeth Warren Still Doesn’t Get
  • How Beto O’Rourke Raised a Stunning $38 Million in Just Three Months
  • Ted Cruz’s Pressure on the EPA Helped Create a Huge Windfall for His Biggest Corporate Campaign Donor
  • How Phone Scamming Has Fueled a State of Emergency in Jamaica’s Tourist Capital
  • Political Violence Surges in Brazil as Far-Right Strongman Jair Bolsonaro Inches Closer to the Presidency
  • ‘Viver assim é lutar 24 horas por dia': a briga de um PM trans contra a justiça do Paraná
  • Trump Told Lesley Stahl He Calls the Truth “Fake News” to Discredit Journalists. So Why Did She Let Him Do It Again on “60 Minutes”?
  • The Washington Post, as It Shames Others, Continues to Pay and Publish Undisclosed Saudi Lobbyists and Other Regime Propagandists
  • Elizabeth Warren Reveals DNA Evidence of Native American Ancestry, Replying to Trump’s Taunts
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  • Did Sarah Jeong Tweet That She Hopes ‘Bald White Kids’ Have Leukemia?
  • Melania Trump Visits Babies, Moms Affected by Opioid Crisis
  • Does the Antifa Flag Resemble a Nazi Flag?
  • Nielsen Says 10.5 Million Watch Premiere of ‘The Conners’
  • Turkish Police Search Saudi Consul’s Home in Khashoggi Case
  • School Shootings in Christian Texas vs. Non-Christian Japan
  • Can Voters Ask for Provisional Ballots If They Are Turned Away at Polls?
  • Powerless Victims of Hurricane Michael Now Suffer Looting
  • Hillary Clinton Seemingly Unharmed in Car Crash
  • Trailing in Polls, O’Rourke Lays into Cruz in Texas Debate
  • The New Yorker October 22, 2018 Issue
  • Rent the Runway Wants to Lend You Your Look
  • The Growth of Sinclair’s Conservative Media Empire
  • The Prophets of Cryptocurrency Survey the Boom and Bust
  • Did Uber Steal Google’s Intellectual Property?
  • Daniel Fish’s Dark Take on “Oklahoma!”
  • “The Romanoffs,” “Camping,” and the Problem of Second Acts
  • The Dark, Prophetic Vision of Giacomo Meyerbeer
  • Hilma af Klint’s Visionary Paintings
  • Gandhi for the Post-Truth Age
  • Marginal Men Take Center Stage in the Novels of Dag Solstad
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • “Halloween” and “Wildlife,” Reviewed
  • Bill Irwin Goes Hudson Valley Gothic
  • What Would Damien Chazelle Weigh on the Moon?
  • Midwives on the March
  • What It Took to Write About Baseball as a Woman
  • What Is Donald Trump’s Response to the U.N.’s Dire Climate Report? 
  • Ask the Compliance Expert
  • Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons October 22, 2018
  • “Flaubert Again,” by Anne Carson
  • Donald Trump, Self-Made Billionaire: The Early Years
  • “The Girlfriend Elegies”
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