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  • Impossible Burger Lands in Some California Grocery Stores
  • AT&T Considers Getting Rid of DirecTV as TV Business Tanks, WSJ Reports
  • AMD Says TSMC Can Meet Epyc Demand; Launches New, Higher-Clocked 64-Core CPU
  • Abortion Bill Faces Resistance In Australia's New South Wales
  • Hulu Hackathon Leads to Eye-tracking Controls for Roku
  • Moog Brings Back its Legendary Model 10 'Compact' Modular Synth
  • Lunar Lander Failures Offer a Warning to Commercial Missions
  • Western Digital Announces Energy-Assisted Hard Drives
  • US Navy Spokesman Acknowledges UFO Videos
  • Perl Is Still The Goddess For Text Manipulation
  • Using an Optical Tweezer Array of Laser-Cooled Molecules to Observe Ground State Collisions
  • New Augmented Reality Head Mounted Display Offers Unrivaled Viewing Experience
  • WSJ: Amazon Changed Search Results to Boost Profits Despite Internal Dissent
  • Tension Over Hubble Constant Continues
  • The World Has a Third Pole – and It's Melting Quickly
  • Scientists Prove Low Cost Arthritis Drug Can Effectively Treat Blood Cancer Sufferers
  • How Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria Sense Iron
  • Millions of Americans’ Medical Images and Data are Available on the Internet. Anyone Can Take a Peek
  • Lawsuit: AT&T Signed Customers Up for DirecTV Now Without Their Knowledge
  • Smart TVs Sending Sensitive User Data to Netflix and Facebook
  • Billions of License Plate Scans are Part of a Private Surveillance Database
  • Clever New DDoS Attack Gets a Lot of Bang for a Hacker's Buck
  • Amazon Tests a One-Tap Review System for Product Feedback
  • ASIC Cracks Online Fraud Syndicate Allegedly Shipping Money Via Crypto
  • LastPass Fixes Bug That Leaks Credentials
  • Call Me Crazy, but Windows 11 Could Run On Linux
  • Facebook Developing Augmented Reality Glasses for 2023-2025 Release
  • Unexpected Periodic Flares May Shed Light on Black Hole Accretion
  • HBO Pays Over $1 Billion for "The Big Bang Theory" Streaming Rights
  • Brain-Reading Tech is Coming but the Law is Not Ready to Protect us
  • NASA Lunar Probe Will Help Search for India's Lost Moon Lander
  • Area 51 'Alienstock' Prompts FAA Ban on Surrounding Airspace
  • The DFAB House Exhibit Opens in New York City
  • Analyzing Poppies to Make Better Drugs
  • AI Neural Network Detects Heart Failure From Single Heartbeat
  • Nerve-Like 'Optical Lace' Gives Robots a Human Touch
  • JUMP Pulled its Bikes From a Number of Markets in the Last Few Months
  • Authorised Pen-Testers Nabbed, Jailed in Iowa Courthouse Break-in Attempt
  • Sad Face: New Zealander Takes Clown to Redundancy Meeting
  • Bone, Not Adrenaline, Drives Fight or Flight Response
  • Consensual Phishing: How to Crack Your Half-Forgotten Crypto Password
  • (Updated) Edward Snowden: "I'm Not Asking for a Pass. What I'm Asking for is a Fair Trial"
  • The Cars Lead Singer Ric Ocasek Dead at 75
  • How Astronomers Detected Water on a Potentially Habitable Exoplanet for the First Time
  • Kickstarter Faces Union Backlash After Firing Two Organizers
  • The Far Side Could Be Back from Extinction, and the Timing's So Right
  • Amazon-Owned Whole Foods is Cutting Medical Benefits for Part-Time Workers
  • Richard M. Stallman Resigns
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  • Japan's Hayabusa 2 Targets Final Asteroid Landing
  • World's Most Destructive Botnet Returns With Stolen Passwords and Email In Tow
  • Bill Gates: Don't Break Up Tech Giants, It Won't Stop Anticompetitive Behavior
  • Authorities Consider Taking Legal Action Against Facebook Over Storm Area 51 Event
  • Two Years Later, Hackers Are Still Breaching Local Government Payment Portals
  • Instagram's Opioid Recovery Hashtags Are Full of Drug Dealers
  • Vaping Criminal Probe Announced By FDA As Illnesses Rise To 530
  • YouTube Creators May Lose Verified Badges As Verification Process Becomes Stricter
  • Alphabet Partners With FedEx, Walgreens To Bring Drone Delivery To the US
  • Google Makes the Largest Ever Corporate Purchase of Renewable Energy
  • AT&T Says Customers Can't Sue the Company For Selling Location Data To Bounty Hunters
  • North America Has Lost 3 Billion Birds in 50 Years
  • Apple's iOS 13 Just Launched But iOS 13.1, iPadOS Arrive Next Week
  • How the Internet Archive is Waging War on Misinformation
  • Downloading Stays Legal, No Site Blocking, Swiss Copyright Law Says
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  • A Distant Asteroid Collision Gave Earthly Biodiversity An Ancient Boost
  • Yes, This is Actually the Shadow of Io Passing Across the Surface of Jupiter.
  • Want To Explore Mars? Send Humans To The Moons Of Mars First: Phobos And Deimos
  • Io’s Largest Volcano, Loki, Erupts Every 500 Days. Any Day Now, It’ll Erupt Again.
  • Weekly Space Hangout: September 18, 2019 – Dr. Georgiana Kramer of PSI: Space Dew and Superheroes
  • This Astrophotographer Makes the World Turn and the Sky Stand Still
  • Metallic Asteroids Might Have Had Volcanoes Erupting Molten Iron. That’s So Metal
  • The Most Massive Neutron Star has been Found. It’s ALMOST the Most Massive Neutron Star That’s Even Possible
  • Could We Intercept Interstellar Comet C/2019 Q4 Borisov?
  • Physicists Don’t Know the Mass of a Neutrino, But Now They Know it’s No Larger Than 1 Electron Volt
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  • Calling all data-hungry disruptive orgs. It's time to disrupt the bugbears holding back your biz
  • Devops biz Chef roasted for tech contract with family-separating US immigration, forks up attempt to quash protest
  • Exploding super-prang asteroid to pepper Earth, trigger deadly ice age – no, wait, it happened 466 million years ago
  • Nice work if you can grift it: Two blokes accused of swindling $10m from the elderly with bogus virus infection alerts
  • Open-source companies gather to gripe: Cloud giants sell our code as a service – and we get the square root of nothing
  • If you're using Harbor as your container registry, bear in mind it can be hijacked with has_admin_role = True
  • Facebook campus death plunge: Cops say man jumped from 4th floor in apparent suicide
  • FedEx execs: We had no idea cyberattack would be so bad. Investors: Is that why you sold $40m+ of your own shares?
  • Call-center scammer loses $9m appeal in stunning moment of poetic justice
  • Live in-depth interviews with tech makers and shakers in the heart of Silicon Valley? Why yes, it's The Next I/O Platform
  • Google engineering boss sues web giant over sex discrim: I was paid less than men, snubbed for promotion
  • German ministry hellbent on taking back control of 'digital sovereignty', cutting dependency on Microsoft
  • Hard luck, Claranet. You managed to go 29 whole days without an incident
  • Five NHS trusts do DeepMind data deal with Google. One says no
  • You better get a wiggle on then: BT said to be mulling switching off UK's copper internets by 2027
  • Chinese students in UK ripe target for scammers exploiting visa concerns
  • Huawei to lob devs $1.5bn in apparent effort to Trump-proof cloud and mobile ecosystem
  • UK taxman wins tribunal case against BBC presenters
  • Belgian F-16 pilot rescued from power line after emergency ejection
  • IBM cuts ribbon on quantum computing centre wherein a 53-qubit monster lurks
  • UK launches online VAT inquiry following fears of Brexit fraudster surge
  • WannaCry is still the smallpox of infosec. But the latest strain (sort of) immunises its victims
  • Byte Night 2019 just weeks away: Ready to sleep on the streets for charity?
  • We trained an AI to predict how bad a forest fire will be. It's just as good as a coin flip!
  • The Central Telegraph Office was serving spam 67 years before vikings sang about it on telly
  • IT now stands for Intermediate Targets: Tech providers pwned by snoops eyeing up customers – report
  • Gasp! Google Chrome kills uBlock, Adblock ad filters – grab the pitchfo- no wait, it's OK: They were evil fraud clones
  • Remember that security probe that ended with a sheriff cuffing the pen testers? The contract is now public so you can decide who screwed up
  • Class-action sueball over refurbed iThings will ask Apple what 'as good as new' means
  • How long is a lifetime? If you’re Comcast, it’s until a rival quits a city: ISP 'broke' price promise
  • What is Google up to with Anthos? More toys dropped for Kubernetes-style hybrid cloud
  • Woman sues Lyft, says driver gang-raped her at gunpoint – and calls for app safety measures we can't believe aren't already in place
  • Scotiabank slammed for 'muppet-grade security' after internal source code and credentials spill onto open internet
  • GitHub gobbles biz used by NASA, Google, etc to search code for bugs and security holes in Mars rovers, apps...
  • Uni sysadmins, don't relax. Cybercrooks are still after your crown jewels, warns NCSC
  • Backup biz Acronis ascends to unicorndom after $147m splurge led by Goldman Sachs
  • Adobe results show it is still creaming those subscriptions but its share price fell – why?
  • Analytics exec nicked as Ecuador tries to rush through privacy laws after massive data leak
  • Ebuygumm doesn't break t' Nominet rules, eBay and Gumtree told
  • UK.gov confirms: Yes, our former DWP perm sec will join Salesforce
  • Congratulations! You finally have the 10Mbps you're legally entitled to. Too bad that's obsolete
  • Flying priests crop-dust Russian citizens with holy water to make them stop boozing and bonking
  • MPs call for 'immediate' stop to facial recog in UK as report underlines bias risks in 'pre-crime' algos used by coppers
  • Robot Rin Tin Tin can rescue you from that collapsed mine shaft
  • You know SAP's doing a great job when a third of German users say they 'have no confidence in it'
  • Microsoft to improve Azure networking with private links to multi-tenant services
  • How to break out of a hypervisor: Abuse Qemu-KVM on-Linux pre-5.3 – or VMware with an AMD driver
  • Your ugly mug may be scanned yet again – but at least you'll be able to board faster at Gatwick
  • Created to mimic Heroku: Cloud Foundry explained by its chief technology officer
  • If Syria pioneered grain processing by watermill in 350BC, the UK in 2019 can do better... right?

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  • Moving Firefox to a faster 4-week release cycle
  • [$] The properties of secure IoT devices
  • CentOS Linux 7 (1908) released
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  • [$] Maintainers Summit topics: pull depth, hardware vulnerabilities, etc.
  • Richard Stallman resigns from the FSF
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  • Stable kernel updates
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  • 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
  • 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
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  • EFF to Observe at United Nations General Assembly Leaders' Week Event
  • Hearing Friday: Plaintiffs Challenging FOSTA Ask Court to Reinstate Lawsuit Seeking To Block Its Enforcement
  • Thanks For Helping Us Defend the California Consumer Privacy Act
  • Big Tech’s Disingenuous Push for a Federal Privacy Law
  • Facebook Must Better Limit Its Face Surveillance
  • Don't Let Congress Hand Patent Abusers Their Ultimate Wishlist
  • EFF's 2019 Pioneer Awards Winner Remarks and Speeches
  • Victory! Individuals Can Force Government to Purge Records of Their First Amendment Activity
  • Encrypted DNS Could Help Close the Biggest Privacy Gap on the Internet. Why Are Some Groups Fighting Against It?
  • EFF to Third Circuit: Off-Campus Student Social Media Posts Entitled to Full First Amendment Protection
  • Victory! California Senate Votes Against Face Surveillance on Police Body Cams
  • With the Intimidation of Tech Expert, Ola Bini Case Hits A New Low
  • That Time EFF Got a Copyright Takedown Demand
  • Congress Continues to Ignore the Dangerous Flaws of the CASE Act
  • New Report Finds Border Communities Inundated with Surveillance Technologies
  • Victory! California's Legislature Pulls AT&T and Comcast Bill That Protected Their Monopolies
  • Victory! Ruling in hiQ v. Linkedin Protects Scraping of Public Data
  • Watering Holes and Million Dollar Dissidents: the Changing Economics of Digital Surveillance
  • New Chair of EFF’s Board of Directors: Renowned Legal Expert Pamela Samuelson
  • Americans Deserve Their Day in Court About NSA Mass Surveillance Programs
  • EFF's DEF CON 27 T-Shirt Puzzle
  • Facebook's Dating Service is Full of Red Flags
  • Key California Officials Join the Voices Opposing Broadband Deregulation Law
  • Facebook Is Changing Its Face Recognition Settings. We Have Questions.
  • Remembering Gene Crick, Digital Rights Pioneer
  • Lawmakers Must Not Listen to the Internet Association and Weaken the California Consumer Privacy Act
  • The Stronger Patents Act Would Make Bad Patents Stronger Than Ever
  • Suit Against Pharmacy Groups Uses Antitrust as a Weapon Against Unaccountable Online Censorship
  • As Ola Bini Prosecutors Wrap Up Investigation, Amnesty Calls Out Human Rights Violations in His Case
  • Don't Play in Google's Privacy Sandbox
  • Harvard Student’s Deportation Raises Concerns About Border Device Searches and Social Media Surveillance
  • Five Concerns about Amazon Ring’s Deals with Police
  • EFF and Mozilla Release Public Letter to Venmo
  • EFF and Mozilla to Venmo: Clean Up Your Privacy Settings
  • California Has No Broadband Plan for the Future While The World Marches Ahead
  • EFF Sues DHS To Uncover Information About Border Agents Using GPS Devices Without a Warrant To Track Vehicles
  • U.S. Export Controls and “Published” Encryption Source Code Explained
  • There Are No Magic Words That You Can Post to Change Instagram’s Terms of Service
  • Telnet Is Not A Crime: Unconvincing Prosecution Screenshot Leaked in Ola Bini Case
  • Ninth Circuit Goes a Step Further to Protect Privacy in Border Device Searches
  • Browsers Take a Stand Against Kazakhstan’s Invasive Internet Surveillance
  • YouTube's New Lawsuit Shows Just How Far Copyright Trolls Have to Go Before They're Stopped
  • The DOJ Should Keep Its Historic Role Guarding Competition and Innovation in the Music Business
  • Communities Across the Country Reject Automated License Plate Readers
  • Apple's New WebKit Policy Takes a Hard Line for User Privacy
  • Don't Renew Section 215 Indefinitely
  • IPANDETEC Rates Panama’s ISPs in its First ¿Quién Defiende Tus Datos? Report
  • Court Rules That “Patent Troll” is Opinion, Not Defamation
  • EFF Calls on California to End Vendor-Driven ALPR Training
  • A Cycle of Renewal, Broken: How Big Tech and Big Media Abuse Copyright Law to Slay Competition
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  • Area 51 raid day: UFO & alien hunters descending on Nevada as US military calls in reinforcements & declares no-fly zone
  • Not a free speech platform: Facebook declares it’s a ‘publisher’ & can censor whomever if wants, walking into legal trap
  • Who are the good guys? ‘Machiavellian’ Netanyahu ‘played’ Trump repeatedly, says ex-Secretary of State Tillerson
  • Huawei rolls out new flagship phones without Google apps amid US trade war with China
  • Saudi-led coalition strikes Yemen’s Hodeidah in wake of refinery attacks claimed by Houthis
  • ‘If you are suckers, it’s not my fault!’ Even creepy deepfake Putin won't admit to meddling in US elections (VIDEO)
  • US boots 2 Cuban diplomats over alleged ‘influence operations’
  • Russiagate’s last stand? #Resistance works itself up over whistleblower complaint on Trump’s alleged ‘favor to foreign leader’
  • ‘Why does YouTube do dumb things?’: Checkmark overhaul leaves creators FURIOUS
  • ENORMOUS fire consumes Chechnya’s largest shopping mall as customers FLEE in terrifying VIDEOS
  • Saudi Arabia ‘admitted’ onto nuclear watchdog IAEA’s board of governors
  • Red-handed in blackface: THIRD example of Justin Trudeau in ‘racist’ makeup surfaces after PM swears he only did it ‘twice’
  • Russia & China veto UN Security Council resolution on Syria truce that would've protected terrorists from ‘COMPLETE ANNIHILATION’
  • ‘Brutal & criminal’: Amateur boxer leaves ring on stretcher after being KO’d by pro fighter in Russia (VIDEO)
  • Pesticides or random coincidence? Mystery lingers over NEW CASES of babies born with hand and arm defects in Europe
  • ‘Brexit marketing for middle-England racists’: UK ad for cruise EXCLUSIVELY FOR BRITS triggers massive Twitter backlash
  • Nike drops NFL star Antonio Brown amid rape allegations
  • ‘When free speech is under attack, bitcoin is a weapon to resist’ – Keiser Report
  • Bad Motherf*ckers: Who are the next contenders for the UFC's 'BMF' title?
  • Austrian MPs vote to oppose EU-Mercosur pact
  • ‘By order of Mia Khalifa’: Ex-pornstar backs Peaky Blinders star for PM... but of which country?
  • Russian marines heat up the Arctic with large-scale exercise (VIDEO)
  • ‘I learnt that from Khabib’: Russian female hockey player shows off MMA skills in massive brawl (VIDEO)
  • Give or take allies: US pulls $160mn pledged to Afghanistan, citing widespread corruption
  • India says it meets ‘developing country’ criteria in bid to reclaim US trade concessions
  • ‘Ready to react’: Europe prepared to slap tariffs on US goods over Airbus-Boeing dispute
  • Tunisia’s ousted president Ben Ali dies in Saudi exile, lawyer says
  • Saudi air defenses like Patriot & Aegis don’t match their advertised properties, unfit for real combat – Russian Army (MAP)
  • Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid return feels increasingly inevitable
  • Graft kings: Top 6 Russians accused of corruption & what their stolen money COULD buy
  • Delta passengers terrified as flight PLUNGES nearly 30,000 feet (PHOTOS)
  • Do you know who owns all the land in Canada? Not its citizens
  • Iraq will not join anti-Iran maritime mission, rejects Israel’s involvement
  • Bibi’s out? Gantz refuses to meet with Netanyahu, says he will form unity govt without embattled PM
  • Iraq ‘not in talks’ with Russia now on purchasing S-400s – ambassador
  • Wakanda prank is this? Black panther spotted prowling along roofs in northern France (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
  • Former NHL star Greg Johnson died from self-inflicted gunshot wound – autopsy
  • PSG's credentials & travel-sick Liverpool: 5 things we learned from the opening Champions League games
  • Lebanon investigators say Israeli drones were ‘on attack mission’
  • Bercow made ‘my life HELL’: Former British PM David Cameron reveals
  • New sales pitch? US makes the world’s ‘finest’ anti-air systems, but sometimes they just don’t work, Pompeo explains
  • Mystery behind China’s ‘Loch Ness monster’ has finally been revealed… or has it? (VIDEOS)
  • UAE follows Saudi Arabia in joining US-led Gulf flotilla – official
  • Tehran will commit to ‘all-out war’ if Iran is targeted by military strike, FM Zarif warns
  • NFL quarterback gets $1mn ‘penis puppet’ endorsement offer from porn site
  • Ronaldo explains latest hand gesture to Atletico fans after Juve throw away 2-goal lead in Madrid
  • Belgian F-16 fighter jet crashes in France, pilots eject, one hits power line – report
  • Airbus to boost cooperation with China, Tianjin to be firm’s manufacturing center in Asia
  • ‘Totally improper & desperate’: Salmond blasts ex-UK PM Cameron for ‘begging’ Queen for Scottish Indyref help
  • Motoring ahead: Russian tennis ace Daniil Medvedev secures high-profile BMW deal
  • Whoops, my finger slipped! Hawaiians panic as police trigger false tsunami warning during training
  • The retired general who took down Bibi: Who is Benny Gantz?
  • ‘Insurance policy for planet Earth’: Space agencies to smash spacecraft into asteroid at over 14,000 mph
  • India may become winner in US-China trade war
  • ‘No guts, no sense, no vision’: US Fed cuts interest rates, but Trump calls it a ‘failure’
  • Police evict over 200 migrants from Athens squats
  • EU Council will be ‘too late’ to negotiate Brexit deal, French diplomats say
  • All options on the table against Iran, Saudi envoy to Germany warns
  • US continues to arm Kurdish forces in Syria – Pentagon official
  • Netanyahu admits election results won't let him form government, calls on rival Gantz to unite
  • UN’s Guterres says deal reached on committee for new Syria constitution
  • UAE enlists in US-led naval patrols in Gulf after Saudi Arabia joins
  • Keeps out migrants and... cooks breakfast? Trump says border wall is so hot you can ‘fry an egg’ on it
  • Russian aggression... in a galaxy far away? NATO maritime experts sought to secure mysterious ‘Sea of Asimov’
  • Confess your climate change sins! NBC’s online booth offers more proof eco-activism is becoming a religion
  • The many faces of Justin Trudeau: Canadian PM memed mercilessly after brownface debacle
  • Justin Trudeau insists his ‘brownface incident’ no reason to resign because he is REALLY sorry & promises to do better
  • School shooting fear porn? Gruesome imagery used to get people's attention (and sell clothes) inspires backlash
  • ‘You can start it, but how do you end it?’ Actual war in Gulf would be DEVASTATING and neither Iran nor Saudis really want one
  • ‘Alexa, buy politician X’? ROBOTS could soon be meddling in 2020 election as Amazon allows users to DONATE via voice assistant
  • PSG 3-0 Real Madrid: Paris hammering highlights scale of task facing Zinedine Zidane
  • Bumping into Beckham: UFC champ Khabib meets England legend at PSG-Real Champions League game
  • Riyadh gave NO PROOF Tehran launched oil-plant attack – but still ‘expects US to do its dirty work for them’
  • Who is Robert C. O’Brien: Replacing John Bolton, where does Trump’s new security advisor stand on matters of war and peace?
  • EVERYONE is on the list: Snowden says no ‘innocents’ in mass surveillance world
  • Trump the peacemaker? Donald says attacking Iran would be too ‘EASY,’ calls restraint a ‘sign of strength’ as others drum up WAR
  • The great Brexit exodus? Polish ambassador’s plea to his UK-based citizens to come back home
  • ‘Protect your glass skyscrapers’: Yemen’s Houthis claim to have NEW ATTACK DRONE & threaten UAE with DOZENS OF STRIKES
  • ‘Terrorists didn’t land in Kashmir from the moon’: Polish MEP urges parliament to support India (VIDEO)
  • Attack on Saudi oil facilities an ‘act of war’ by Iran, Pompeo says after Riyadh blames Tehran
  • 30-year mystery solved as South Korea’s worst serial killer likely identified
  • Erdogan says 3m refugees could be returned from Turkey to Syria ‘safe zone’
  • Italian powerboat champion dies in tragic attempt to beat offshore speed record
  • Area 51 has ‘secrets that deserve to be protected,’ US Air Force top brass warns ‘stormers’
  • Master v Apprentice: Ronaldo and Joao Felix go head-to-head in Champions League showdown
  • Germany extends Saudi Arabia arms export embargo passed after Khashoggi murder
  • Saudi Arabia accuses Iran of sponsoring oil-plant attack, says it ‘couldn’t have originated in Yemen’
  • Court releases Moscow protester accused of throwing plastic bottle at police
  • Fed has ‘no stomach’ for doing the right thing of raising rates as crisis ‘worse than 2008’ looms – Peter Schiff
  • Germany extends anti-ISIS mission in Iraq by 1 year
  • Trump to ‘substantially increase’ sanctions on Iran, amid calls for war
  • 'I admit I'm an Instagram addict': Russian world swimming champion opens up on social media life (PHOTOS)
  • Khabib ‘80% certain’ next fight will be in Russia as UFC champ eyes record-smashing home crowd
  • India to boost crude imports from Russia after Saudi oil attacks
  • Trump names new national security advisor to replace Bolton
  • Pakistani PM Khan to urge Trump to restart Afghan peace talks with Taliban
  • BRICS countries will soon account for more than half of the global economy
  • NASA’s Juno probe captures stunning eclipse on Jupiter (PHOTOS)
  • Man has extremely rare ‘devil’s horn’ surgically removed in India (PHOTOS)
  • ‘Insult to British people’: Ex-UK PM Cameron’s claim that Britain needed ‘more’ austerity blasted by Galloway

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  • Israel vote deadlock confirmed by near-complete official results
  • Israel vote deadlock confirmed by near-complete results
  • Jerusalem, Sept 20, 2019 (AFP) - Near-complete official results Friday confirmed a deadlock in Israel's general election this week, putting Benny Gantz's party as the largest but without an obvious path to form a majority coalition.
  • Iran's Zarif questions U.S. call for 'peaceful resolution' in Middle East
  • Iran's Zarif questions U.S. call for 'peaceful resolution'
  • Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif questioned U.S. plans for a coalition for a "peaceful resolution" in the Middle East Friday, while listing repeated Iranian diplomatic initiatives.
  • Beirut Art Fair contrasts past and present
  • Beirut Art Fair contrasts past and present
  • The 10th edition of Beirut Art Fair is focused on the future, while centering itself on the past.
  • Economic consequences of automation
  • Economic consequences of automation
  • While Brexit captures the headlines in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, the silent march of automation continues.
  • Boghossian Foundation announces winners of Young Lebanese Artists Awards
  • Boghossian Foundation announces prize winners
  • The Boghossian Foundation held its annual Young Lebanese Artists Awards Wednesday, conferring prizes for painting, photography and illustration to five Lebanese artists and creators under 40.
  • A space odyssey with Brad Pitt in ‘Ad Astra’
  • A space odyssey with Brad Pitt in ‘Ad Astra’
  • Having stayed close to his native New York for much of his career, writer-director James Gray has lately been making up for lost time.
  • Saudi Arabia importing diesel, jet fuel after attacks
  • Saudi Arabia importing diesel, jet fuel
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  • Is Pete Buttigieg Planning an Anti-Chick-fil-A Protest?
  • Is a Leprosy Outbreak Looming in Los Angeles?
  • Colt Suspends Production of AR-15 for Civilian Market
  • Colorado Driver Puts Injured Bobcat in Car Next to Child
  • Did Fake ‘Home Affairs’ Officials Commit a Census-Linked Robbery Scam?
  • US Vaping Illnesses Top 500, Missouri Man Is 8th Death
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