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  • Blue Origin Completes Construction of Rocket Engine Factory in Alabama
  • 96-Core CEA-Leti Experimental Processor Combines Six 16-Core Chiplets
  • Algorithms 'Consistently' More Accurate than People in Predicting Recidivism, Study Says
  • SpaceX Announces Partnership to Send Four Tourists Into Deep Orbit
  • Red Hat to Sunset CoreOS Container Linux
  • LOFAR Pioneers New Way to Study Exoplanet Environments
  • Correcting the Jitters in Quantum Devices
  • New CRISPR-based Tool Can Probe and Control Several Genetic Circuits at Once
  • ISPs Sue Maine, Claim Web-Privacy Law Violates Their Free-Speech Rights
  • First Solar Orbiter Instrument Sends Measurements
  • New Adventures in Beds and Baths for Spaceflight
  • Sleep Trackers Can Make it Harder to Fall Asleep
  • Lawmakers Open Groundwater Fight Against Bottled Water Companies
  • New Guidelines on Aspirin in Primary Prevention
  • New Image Shows Betelgeuse Isn’t Dimming Evenly
  • Nuclear Fusion Power Without Regular Tokamaks Or Stellarators
  • Charging Into the Mainstream: Volvo Electrifies its First Class-8 Truck
  • Computer-Based Weather Forecast: New Algorithm Outperforms Mainframe Computer Systems
  • City Sues Drug Manufacture Mallinckrodt Over 97,500% Price Increase
  • Using Noise to Enhance Optical Sensing
  • Iranian Hackers have been Hacking VPN Servers to Plant Backdoors in Companies around the World
  • Coronavirus Roundup (Feb. 17)
  • New Technologies, Strategies Expanding Search for Extraterrestrial Life
  • Facial Expressions Don't Tell the Whole Story of Emotion
  • Newly Discovered Binary Asteroid 2020 BX₁₂ Passes by Earth
  • Blizzard's Cancelled "StarCraft: Ghost" Leaks Online
  • Microsoft's Fix-Fixing Patch that Leaves Some Windows Server 2008 Machines Unable to Boot
  • What Happens to our Online Lives After we Die?
  • Normal Resting Heart Rate Appears to Vary Widely From Person to Person: Individual People's Averages
  • By 2100, Indoor CO₂ Could Conceivably Cut Complex Cognition by 50%
  • ‘That Evil Kind of Feeling’: The Inside Story of Black Sabbath’s Iconic Cover Art
  • This USB-C Charger’s Chip is More Powerful Than the Apollo 11 Flight Computer
  • This New York Woman Built Her Own Rotary-Dial Cellphone
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  • Amazon Wins Court Injunction on Controversial JEDI Contract
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  • Linux Kernel Patch Maker Says Court Case Was Only Way Out
  • Automated System Can Rewrite Outdated Sentences in Wikipedia Articles
  • Registrars Raise Alarm Over Proposal for Big .com Fee Hikes
  • Preclinical Study Links Human Gene Variant to THC Reward
  • Boeing May Need to Change 737 MAX Wire Bundles
  • Hackers Can Seize Control of Ballots Cast Using the Voatz Voting App, Researchers Say
  • Fires Contained in Hard-hit Australia State, but Now Floods Threaten
  • Don't Fool Yourself With Confirmation Bias...and 49 Other Cognitive Biases
  • Voyager 1's Pale Blue Dot
  • Open Access Journals Get A Boost From Librarians—Much To Elsevier's Dismay
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  • Lambda School's Misleading Promises
  • Indian Police Open Case Against Hundreds in Kashmir For Using VPN
  • Mozilla's Standalone Firefox VPN is Now Available in Beta
  • Donald Trump 'Offered Julian Assange a Pardon if He Denied Russia Link To Hack'
  • Intel and QuTech Unveil Horse Ridge Cryogenic Control Chip For Quantum Computing
  • Can You Solve the 'Hanging Cable' Problem, Used as an Amazon Interview Question?
  • Microsoft's Office App That Replaces Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Hits General Availability
  • Malaysian Firm Offers AI-Based Profiling of Chinese Visitors for Virus
  • Ontario's New License Plates Have A Problem: You Can't Read Them
  • Europe Takes on China, US With Plan To Regulate Global Tech
  • Adobe Photoshop Completes 30 Years, Launches New AI-Powered Features
  • YouTube Gaming's Most-Watched Videos Are Dominated By Scams and Cheats
  • Driver Stranded After Connected Rental Car Can't Call Home
  • Researchers Combine Lasers and Terahertz Waves In Camera That Sees 'Unseen' Detail
  • Why Are HIV Drugs Being Used To Treat the New Coronavirus?
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  • A New Technique to Make Lighter Radiation Shielding For Spacecraft: Rust.
  • There Could be Meteors Traveling at a Fraction of the Speed of Light When They Hit the Atmosphere
  • Carnival of Space #651
  • War of the Worlds: Watch the Moon Occult Mars Tuesday Morning
  • Betelgeuse Is Still Dimming! And We Have the Pictures to Prove It
  • Beautiful Exposed Bedrock and Sand Dunes on Mars
  • Astronomers Simulated How the Universe Would Look Without Dark Matter
  • Mars Was Hit By a Lot of Protoplanets Early in its History, Taking Longer to Form than Previously Thought.
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  • When the air gap is the space between the ears: A natural gas plant let ransomware spread from office IT to ops
  • US court responds to Chinese comms giant sueball: There's no Huawei we're lifting ban on federal agencies using your kit
  • Brit telcos score 218m licence fee repayment from Ofcom after penny-pinching regulator loses Court of Appeal case
  • Don't use natwest.co.uk for online banking, Natwest bank tells baffled customer
  • Larry Tesler cut and pasted from this mortal coil: That thing you just did? He probably invented it
  • The European Commission digital strategy wants to, er, take back control of citizens' data
  • Glue's clues: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip dissection reveals a pholdable mired in adhesive
  • Reddit gets downvoted as site takes a Wednesday tumble
  • Microsoft crack habit reports: User claims Surface Laptop 3 screen fractured again after repair
  • Private equity ponies up 2m to help launch satellites from sunny Shetland by next year
  • Going Dutch: The Bakker Elkhuizen UltraBoard 950 Wireless... because looks aren't everything
  • And they said IoT was trash: Sheffield 'smart' bins to start screaming when they haven't been emptied for a fortnight
  • Fire Brigades Union warns of wonky IT causing dangerous delays in 999 control rooms
  • Vodafone: Yes, we slurp data on customers' network setups, but we do it for their own good
  • What do a Lenovo touch pad, an HP camera and Dell Wi-Fi have in common? They'll swallow any old firmware, legit or saddled with malware
  • Now Internet Society told to halt controversial .org sale… by its own advisory council: 'You misread the community mindset around dot-org'
  • Ring in the changes: Mandatory two-factor authentication, login alerts, targeted ads opt-out after punters voice privacy gripes
  • Among those pardoned by Trump this week: Software maker ex-CEO who admitted hacking into rivals' systems
  • One man is standing up to Donald Trump's ban on US chip tech going to Huawei. That man... is Donald Trump
  • Google Cloud rolls up in an AMD second-gen Epyc test car, looks you in the eye, pats the passenger seat
  • I'm sorry, Elon. I'm afraid I can't do that... SpaceX touts robo-rides for orbital vacations, lift-off in 2021-ish
  • Hard Disk Dri, er, Connive: Two sales execs accused by Uncle Sam of bumping up HDD component prices
  • Instagram influencer fools followers into thinking Ikea photoshoot was Bali holiday
  • Japan would like to offer 5G firms cheap loans – because subsidies are only bad when Huawei gets them
  • $2.07bn? That's one Dell of a deal to offload infosec biz RSA
  • Shipping is so insecure we could have driven off in an oil rig, says Pen Test Partners
  • Is it OPPOsites day? Chinese smartphone giant expected to develop its own silicon
  • Google lives in an Orange submarine: Transatlantic cable will get by with a little help from some friends
  • Red Hat tips its Fedora at CoreOS Container Linux stans: Hop onto something else, folks, cos this one's on a boat to Valhalla
  • Jeff Bezos bungs $10bn at climate change after chump change for Oz bush fires
  • Auf wiedersehen, pet: UK Deutsche Bank contractors plan to leave rather than take 25% pay cut for IR35 – report
  • That'll take the spring out of your step: Apple warns of iPhone shortages, revenue miss due to coronavirus
  • Microsoft to bravely defend US democracy for a slack handful of voters in Fulton, Wisconsin
  • Psst. SANshine, fancy a bit of shared block storage on Azure?
  • Oracle gets a bit touchy-feely as CEO Catz shares a digital transformation bedtime story
  • We can simulate him... we have the technology: Virtual humans make jump from super 'puter to Oracle Cloud
  • OK, which Dombs stuffed Windows 10 to bursting at Swedish flatpack flinger?
  • Tutanota cries 'censorship!' after secure email biz blocked – for real this time – in Russia
  • Don't Flip out or anything, but the 'flexible glass display' on Samsung's latest pholdable doesn't behave like glass
  • Chrome 81 beta hooks browser up to Web NFC, augmented-reality features
  • Xerox hopes wining and dining HP shareholders will convince them of takeover
  • Severe vuln in WordPress plugin Profile Builder would happily hand anyone the keys to your kingdom
  • Microsoft's coding for noobs hits 1.0, decompiling to C# in Visual Studio, and Windows 10X makes its debut... on Mac
  • Samsung gives China wide berth over coronavirus woes, uses sea and air freight to ship smartphone bits to Vietnamese factories
  • Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a flying solar panel: BAE Systems' satellite alternative makes maiden flight in Oz
  • Early adopters delighted as Microsoft pulls plug on Mobile Backend as a Service. Haha, only joking – they're fuming
  • SpaceX's next Starlink volley remains stuck on Earth to glee of astronomers everywhere
  • Please check your data: A self-driving car dataset failed to label hundreds of pedestrians, thousands of vehicles
  • Everything OK down there in the Oracle trench? Good. Big Red has a cloud-based data science platform for you
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  • [$] Debian discusses how to handle 2038
  • The Linux Foundation and Harvard’s Lab for Innovation Science release census for open-source software security
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • [$] Finer-grained kernel address-space layout randomization
  • Cook: security things in Linux v5.4
  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • [$] Filesystem UID mapping for user namespaces: yet another shiftfs
  • Security updates for Monday
  • NetBSD 9.0 released
  • Kernel prepatch 5.6-rc2
  • OpenSSH 8.2 released
  • A set of weekend stable kernel updates
  • [$] Keeping secrets in memfd areas
  • Security updates for Friday
  • [$] Revisiting stable-kernel regressions
  • FSF News
  • GNU-FSF cooperation update
  • Libiquity Wi-Fri ND2H Wi-Fi card now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • First LibrePlanet 2020 keynote announcement: Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle
  • Contract opportunity: Bookkeeper
  • Talos II Mainboard and Talos II Lite Mainboard now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • LibrePlanet returns in 2020 to Free the Future! March 14-15, Boston area
  • FSF and GNU
  • Free Software Wireless-N Mini Router v2 from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Richard M. Stallman resigns
  • International Day Against DRM (IDAD): Defending the right to read on Oct. 12
  • Early registration open for FSF's licensing seminar on Oct 16 in Raleigh, NC
  • Alexandre Oliva joins Free Software Foundation board of directors
  • Six more devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF job opportunity: campaigns manager
  • OpenStreetMap and Deborah Nicholson win 2018 FSF Awards
  • Deeplinks
  • Ring Updates Device Security and Privacy—But Ignores Larger Concerns
  • Virginia Anti-SLAPP Bill is Good for Free Speech But Can Still Be Made Stronger
  • In Foreshadowing Cryptocurrency Regulations, U.S. Treasury Secretary Prioritizes Law Enforcement Concerns
  • California Auditor Releases Damning Report About Law Enforcement’s Use of Automated License Plate Readers
  • Reevaluating the DMCA 22 Years Later: Let’s Think of the Users
  • EFF Fights to Protect Anonymity of Glassdoor Commenter
  • Uruguay Steps Too Quickly into the Right to be Forgotten Quagmire
  • EFF, Internet Society, and Professors To Discuss Controversial Sale of the .ORG Registry
  • Appeals Court Win for Open Source Advocate Speaking Out on Licensing Restrictions
  • Europeans Deserve to Have Their Governments Test—Not Trust—Filters
  • How To Protect Your Phone Number On Twitter
  • How Twitter's Default Settings Can Leak Your Phone Number
  • EFF Lawsuit Ends Censorship Against PETA on Public University’s Facebook Page
  • What to Know Before You Buy or Install Your Amazon Ring Camera
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview With Evan Greer
  • Congress Must Stop the Graham-Blumenthal Anti-Security Bill
  • Clearview AI—Yet Another Example of Why We Need A Ban on Law Enforcement Use of Face Recognition Now
  • After Nonprofits Protest at ICANN, California's Attorney General Steps Into the .ORG Battle
  • Lawsuit in India Seeks to Shut Down Access to U.S. Journalism Website
  • Same Old NFL: League Abuses Trademark to Shut Down New York Jets Parody Store
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview with Christian Frank
  • New Bill Would Make Needed Steps Toward Curbing Mass Surveillance
  • U.K. Police Will Soon be able to Search Through U.S. Data Without Asking a Judge
  • Why Public Wi-Fi is a Lot Safer Than You Think
  • Design Patents Are Useless. So Why Are They Getting a Boost in DC?
  • Off-Facebook Activity is a Welcome but Incomplete Move
  • EFF and Other Groups to PCLOB: Urge the Ban of Face Recognition
  • How to Change Your Off-Facebook Activity Settings
  • Data Privacy or Data Protection Day? It’s a Human Right, Either Way
  • Ring Doorbell App Packed with Third-Party Trackers
  • Clearview’s Face Surveillance Shows Why We Need a Strong Federal Consumer Privacy Law
  • Grindr and OKCupid Sell Your Data, but Twitter’s MoPub Is the Real Problem
  • In Memory of Lina Ben Mhenni, Tunisian Free Expression Activist and Revolutionary
  • Victory! Lawsuit Challenging FOSTA Reinstated by Court
  • Don’t Write Copyright Law in Secret
  • When Computer Crimes Are Used To Silence Journalists: Why EFF Stands Against the Prosecution of Glenn Greenwald
  • The Key To Fixing Copyright Is Ending Massive, Unpredictable Damages Awards
  • The Public Domain Is the Rule, Copyright Is the Exception
  • EFF Activists To Demonstrate Against Sell Out of .ORG to Private Equity at Los Angeles Protest
  • Tale of Jailbreaking Disobedient IoT Appliances Shortlisted for the National Canada Reads Prize
  • EFF to Supreme Court: Criminal Immigration Statute Threatens Free Speech Online
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview with Addie Wagenknecht
  • In Serving Big Company Interests, Copyright Is in Crisis
  • EFF Statement on Glenn Greenwald Charges
  • Hearing Wednesday: EFF Urges Court To Rule That Blogger’s Opinion of Open Source Licensing Agreement is Protected by the First Amendment
  • A Tool That Removes Copyrighted Works Is Not a Substitute for Fair Use
  • It’s Copyright Week 2020: Stand Up for Copyright Laws That Actually Serve Us All
  • ICANN Needs To Ask More Questions About the Sale of .ORG
  • EFF Asks the Supreme Court to Put a Stop to Dangerously Broad Interpretations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
  • Tuesday Hearing: EFF Argues in New Jersey Supreme Court That Defendant Can’t Be Forced to Turn Over Password to Encrypted iPhone
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  • U-turn: Ex-Democratic candidate Andrew Yang joins CNN as political commentator
  • 'I don’t feel guilty but I really apologize if I hurt feelings': MLS coach Ron Jans resigns after alleged racial slur
  • Plucky pensioner bravely fights off attacker who tried to rob him at ATM (VIDEO)
  • A year in jail & quarter million fine since, lawyers seek freedom for Chelsea Manning refusing to testify against WikiLeaks
  • World No. 1 Novak Djokovic admits he's only in third place in tennis' popularity stakes
  • 2 Iranians die after testing positive for coronavirus
  • WATCH Aleppo intl airport receive FIRST flight ending years-long shutdown after Syrian troops clear recovering city of militants
  • Russian cops bust banned radical Islamist group Tablighi Jamaat's 'training camp,' detain leaders & participants
  • Oh ire of Scotland: US huntress who invoked online OUTRAGE for posing with dead animals in UK avoids prosecution
  • ‘If you are conservative, you have no chance’: Games journalism insider outs ‘clique’ that runs industry like private domain
  • ‘Impeached president says what?’ Bloomberg hits back at Trump ‘Mini Mike the pathetic debater’ jibe
  • Erdogan slams EU plan to enforce Libya arms embargo
  • Post-Brexit immigration plans would be ‘devastating’ for Scottish economy, Sturgeon says
  • Albania’s president calls on citizens ‘to topple govt for violation of constitution’
  • 'It runs counter to the values of our club': Manchester United condemn fans ejected from Chelsea game for alleged homophobic abuse
  • Brexit leverage or historic justice? Twitter row erupts after EU ‘demands’ UK return stolen Elgin Marbles to Greece
  • Footballer banned for 5 years for biting opponent's PENIS after match in France
  • France wants customs controls in Irish Sea in post-Brexit talks – minister
  • 'I'm the Conor McGregor of entertainment': Justin Bieber doubles down on UFC challenge to Tom Cruise
  • Clicks-hungry media warns Ireland of ‘Russian ghost ship with CANNIBAL RATS,’ but Twitter’s not amused
  • Hackers trick Tesla into breaking speed limit by 50mph using two inches of tape
  • 'Less about justice and more about politics': Manchester City CEO hits out at UEFA over two-year European ban
  • US attempts to hurt China & Huawei ‘so badly’ will only hurt itself, Huawei USA chief tells Boom Bust
  • Russia's tourism sector could lose $455 million if Chinese coronavirus crisis continues until summer - tour operators
  • RT AMERICA TO PREMIERE ‘EAT THE PRESS’ WITH FOX & CNN CONTRIBUTOR STEVE MALZBERG
  • UN tries to salvage Libya ceasefire talks as Tripoli-based govt announces pullout – report
  • Maradona handed mystery package on the bench as coaches appear to block cameras during match (VIDEO)
  • Reddit experiences major outage as 1000s of reports come flooding in from around the world
  • Iran confirms first 2 cases of new coronavirus – official
  • ‘We can’t have Turkish laws on French soil’: Macron vows to fight foreign imams preaching ‘Islamist separatism’
  • WATCH: South African university transforms into a flaming battleground as protests turn ugly
  • 'What a brute of a player': Fans stunned by powerhouse Champions League display from Dortmund's teenage sensation Erling Haaland
  • ‘Unreasonable & unacceptable’: Beijing slams Washington for press freedom hypocrisy after Chinese media branded ‘foreign missions’
  • Russia may grant ex-presidents immunity from prosecution & ban ministers from holding foreign bank accounts
  • ‘Utter nonsense’: UK Home Secretary Patel hits back after British rapper Dave calls BoJo a ‘real racist’ at music awards show
  • 'In the end I'm the one suffering': Neymar hits out at PSG management following Dortmund defeat in Champions League
  • Russian Defense Minister Shoigu discusses Libya with east forces’ commander Haftar
  • Saudi Arabia’s oil exports dropped 11% in 2019
  • ‘Throat of fire’ volcano signalling imminent, devastating COLLAPSE
  • Venezuela slams US sanctions on Russia's Rosneft as an attempt at grabbing control of global oil market
  • ‘Worst case scenario’: Kremlin slams Turkey's threat of military operation against Syrian government in Idlib
  • Soybean dust blamed for 14 mysterious deaths in Karachi, locals protest poor government response
  • Turkish military op in Idlib only 'matter of time’, Erdogan warns Damascus
  • Last ones to leave: 130+ Indian crew members to remain quarantined for TWO MORE WEEKS on coronavirus-hit cruise ship
  • Overseas investors increase holdings of Chinese bonds despite coronavirus uncertainty
  • Turkish businessman Kavala re-arrested after acquittal in trial over 2013 protests
  • Foreign powers working against India as it moves to become global guru – defense minister
  • Houthi rebels block half of UN’s aid delivery programs for Yemen – officials
  • Indian officials want to obscure river’s ‘foul smell’ ahead of Trump’s Taj Mahal visit in latest elaborate welcome plan
  • 4 killed after two planes COLLIDE MID-AIR near Melbourne, Australia (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • ‘Saving the big deal for later’: Trump casts doubt over India trade agreement ahead of state visit
  • Arctic kiss: Two Russian nuclear icebreakers rendezvous in spectacular night-time DRONE FOOTAGE
  • Third time’s the charm? Soros AGAIN accuses Facebook of helping Trump re-election, demands Zuckerberg & Sandberg exit
  • Trump laughs off ‘Mini Mike’ Bloomberg, says he’d rather run against him than Bernie Sanders
  • US court shuts down Huawei lawsuit challenging ban on sales to federal agencies
  • Death toll surpasses 2,000 in China coronavirus outbreak, with over 75,000 confirmed cases globally
  • Trump tells media he KNOWS who White House leakers are, including #Resistance member Anonymous
  • Libya’s GNA scraps peace talks after attack on ship ‘loaded with weapons’ at Tripoli port
  • Politico reporter mercilessly mocked for tweeting that traffic jams at busy Bernie Sanders rally ‘not a good look’
  • Democrat congressman busted raiding campaign cash for gambling habit was Ethics Committee vet
  • US Senate Democrat admits secretly meeting with Iran’s FM, after criticizing Republicans for doing the same
  • But will he pardon Roger Stone? Trump clemency for Blagojevich, Kerik, Milken & DeBartolo fuel speculation
  • Young man on trial for clashing with police at Moscow protests gets suspended sentence
  • ‘Cocaine and $30 hookers’: Tyson Fury talks post-fight party plans for Deontay Wilder rematch (VIDEO)
  • Extraordinary Neanderthal skeleton found at famous burial site could finally answer ancient DEATH-RITES question
  • Russia temporarily bans most Chinese visitors amid coronavirus epidemic
  • Home-made bombs tested on PETS: New Columbine-style school massacre thwarted in Crimea, 2 teen suspects arrested
  • Tacky tribute? Fans slam 'shameful' $170K Lamborghini dedicated to late NBA star Kobe Bryant
  • RT RECEIVES 28 NY FESTIVALS NOMINATIONS FOR BREAKING NEWS, DOCUMENTARY, FINANCIAL AND SCIENCE CONTENT
  • Chechen exile's Berlin park killer linked to Russia's FSB - Bellingcat, Der Spiegel, The Insider
  • Putin orders to remove Surkov from Russian presidential aide office
  • ‘Hell of a job’ to secure deal: Verhofstadt blasts BoJo’s Brexit negotiator treating UK & EU as being ‘on two different planets’
  • Afghan President Ghani wins 2nd term – election commission
  • Sales for me, tariffs for thee? Trump says US ‘OPEN FOR BUSINESS’ & blasts China trade restrictions... as tariffs remain in place
  • US ‘shamelessly & impudently’ PILLAGES Syrian oilfields but forbids supply of hydrocarbons to Damascus, says Russian defense chief
  • NOAA’s hurricane hunter ‘Kermit’ meets St. Elmo’s fire as it flies through lightning storm in the clouds (VIDEO)
  • Like the ‘Titanic,’ the glory of the US won’t prevent it from sinking… and it will sink – Iran’s Khamenei
  • Netanyahu’s corruption trial to begin on March 17, Israeli Justice Ministry says
  • Twitter down across eastern US and parts of Europe in latest major outage
  • Leah McCourt: Meet the Conor McGregor stablemate on the brink of MMA superstardom (PHOTOS)
  • Only if you're rich: Coronavirus fears spark demand for private jet travel
  • Ukraine witch-hunter Mirotvorets blacklists retired NATO generals, Munich Security Conference head as ‘PRO-RUSSIA’ propagandists
  • Visitor numbers to Russia jumped by 20.5% last year – major e-visa liberalization planned for 2021
  • Russian man diagnosed with coronavirus on board cruise ship in Japan
  • Bombs away! WATCH close-up footage of Su-35S jet performing airstrike
  • 5 civilians injured in explosive device blast in Bab Musalla, Damascus
  • 'This guy is a joke': Sadiq Khan triggers Twitter after saying 'heartbroken' Londoners should be able to keep EU citizenship
  • She said ‘yes!’ Fan proposes to girlfriend using Metro Exodus video game
  • Libyan General Haftar’s forces claim they've bombed Turkish ship ‘loaded with weapons & ammo’ at Tripoli port
  • ‘I got the US visa… now there’s fire in my belly’: Chinese UFC champ Zhang beats coronavirus fears, ready for Jedrzejczyk test
  • 'You ugly communist potato': UFC champ Henry Cejudo slams Russia's Petr Yan as title rivalry heats up (VIDEO)
  • US-Taliban agreement to cut violence will start in next 5 days, Afghan minister says
  • ‘Doctors for Assange’ worry he may die in UK prison having ‘effectively been tortured to death’
  • It’s official! India overtakes UK & France to become world’s 5th LARGEST economy
  • As Weinstein verdict comes in, what has #MeToo wrought?
  • Not magic, science! Researchers develop system to produce electricity out of thin air
  • Bercow attacks Tories claiming party only accept ethnic minority ‘conformists’, calls his abusers ‘bigots’
  • Pay-to-play? Bloomberg & his deep pockets qualify for Nevada debate after DNC rule change opened door to billionaire contender
  • Borussia Dortmund's free-scoring wunderkinds train sights on PSG in Champions League last 16 showdown
  • WATCH Pakistani military test-fire AIR-LAUNCHED cruise missile

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  • Protests at Bank Audi after reports of end to dollar withdrawals
  • Protests at Bank Audi after reports of end to dollar withdrawals
  • Dozens of protesters toured the commercial banks of Downtown Beirut Wednesday evening, spraying graffiti over the walls and ATMS and chanting “down with the rule of the banks.”
  • Woman lawyer who exposed secret Yemen prisons wins rights prize
  • Woman lawyer who exposed secret Yemen prisons wins rights prize
  • A lawyer who exposed a network of secret prisons in war-ravaged Yemen, where thousands of men and boys were arbitrarily held and tortured, on Wednesday received the world's most prestigious human rights prize.
  • Woman who kicked minister’s guard referred to Military Tribunal
  • Woman behind iconic kick referred to Military Tribunal
  • A woman who became an icon the Lebanese protests after she kicked the bodyguard of a former minister in the groin has been summoned to the Military Tribunal in November, a judicial source told The Daily Star Wednesday.
  • Lebanon issues request to seven firms for debt advice
  • Lebanon issues request to seven firms for debt advice
  • Lebanon has issued requests for proposals to seven firms to provide financial advice including on options regarding its 2020 Eurobond maturities, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters Wednesday.
  • Russia opposes UN declaration calling for Syria ceasefire: diplomats
  • Russia opposes UN declaration calling for Syria ceasefire: diplomats
  • Russia Wednesday objected to the UN Security Council adopting a statement that would have called for a ceasefire and respect for international humanitarian law in northwest Syria, diplomats said, after a tense closed-door meeting.
  • Lebanon has issued requests for proposals to seven firms to provide advice on options regarding 2020 maturities and overall Eurobonds
  • Lebanon has issued requests for proposals to seven firms to provide advice on options regarding 2020 maturities and overall Eurobonds
  • Lebanon has issued requests for proposals to seven firms to provide advice on options regarding 2020 maturities and overall Eurobonds
  • Patient plays violin to save her music as surgeons remove brain tumor
  • Patient plays violin to save her music as surgeons remove brain tumor
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  • Mulheres, no se enganem: rehab para quem cometeu violncia domstica boa notcia
  • Mike Bloomberg Ran Stasi-Style Police and Surveillance Operations Against Muslim Americans
  • Democrats Want to End Endless Wars, With a Catch
  • When Bloomberg News’s Reporting on China Was Challenged, Bloomberg Tried to Ruin Me for Speaking Out
  • Com auxlio de Moro, Bolsonaro e Mouro trabalham para esvaziar poder do Ibama e do ICMBio
  • Here’s Mike Bloomberg’s Soon-to-Be-Released Higher Education Plan
  • NSA Whistleblower Reality Winner Submits Clemency Petition Alongside More Than 4,000 Letters of Support
  • Bloomberg Apologized for Stop-and-Frisk. Why Won’t He Say Sorry to Muslims for Spying on Them?
  • In Final Weeks of Heated Texas Congressional Primary, Unions and Progressive Groups Throw $350,000 Behind Jessica Cisneros
  • Como a grana da China desaloja pobres no Maranhão – com o aval de Flávio Dino
  • Ralph Nader on Bloomberg’s Plot to Stop Bernie, the Rot Within the DNC, and His Recent Call With Pelosi
  • Will Tennessee Kill a Man Who Saved Lives on Death Row?
  • A Professor Was Called a Pedophile Because of His Work. Academics Are Keeping Their Distance.
  • O fiasco da CPMI Fake News revela o mtodo do bolsonarismo para interditar o debate
  • John Legend and Patrisse Cullors on How to Fix the Criminal (In)Justice System
  • Foreign-Funded Dark-Money Groups Lobby IRS to Repeal Remaining Reporting Requirements
  • TV Executives Celebrate Unprecedented Flood of Bloomberg Campaign Spending
  • Manual para envenenar a Terra: como as fabricantes de inseticidas cooptam cientistas
  • Ahead of South Carolina Vote, Joe Biden Faces Questions Over Claims of Civil Rights Activism
  • Os especialistas diziam que Bernie Sanders no tinha chances. Em Iowa e New Hampshire, ele provou que estavam errados
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