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Hong Kong extradition bill officially withdrawn, but move unlikely to end unrest

Credit: Zee News - Published 5 hours ago
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam had said many times the bill was as good as dead and said that other demands, including universal suffrage and an amnesty for all those charged with rioting, were beyond her control. »more

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DONALD TRUMP

US President Donald Trump lifts sanctions on Turkey

US President Donald Trump lifts sanctions on Turkey
US President Donald Trump said yesterday he will lift sanctions on Turkey after the Nato ally agreed to permanently stop fighting Kurdish forces in Syria and he defended his decision to withdraw American troops."We're getting out,"...
Credit: New Zealand Herald - Published

 
EDWARD SNOWDEN

Joe Rogan Interviews Edward Snowden

Joe Rogan Interviews Edward Snowden
I don't know how Joe Rogan managed to get him on the show, but I'm glad he did because this was a seriously impressive interview.
Credit: eBaums World - Published

 
BREXIT EXTENSION

EU leaders may meet on Friday if no Brexit extension consensus: Irish PM

Leo Varadkar says the leaders may have to convene a meeting of the European Council to discuss whether or not to grant an extension as the October 31 deadline approaches
Credit: Hindu - Published

 
QUANTUM COMPUTING

Google claims quantum computing breakthrough; others say hold on a qubit

Quantum computers overtake classical supercomputers, says Google; CEO Sundar Pichai compares the achievement to building the first rocket to leave the Earth’s atmosphere; IBM says Google hypes achievement, risks misleading public.
Credit: Hindu - Published

 
LION AIR CRASH
Boeing Faulted by Indonesian Authorities Over Lion Air Crash of 737 Max
The investigation by the Indonesian National Transportation Safety Committee found that the disaster was caused by systemic design flaws in the jet that were compounded by flight crew lapses.
Credit: NYTimes.com - Published

 
NORTH KOREA
Tens of thousands of children at risk of early death from hunger affecting half of North Korea, UN investigator says
'The country's economic resources are being diverted away from the essential needs of the people'
Credit: Independent - Published

 
TURKEY SYRIA
Turkey Syria offensive: Russia deploys troops to border
The movement is the first stage in a Turkey-Russia deal to remove Kurdish forces.
Credit: BBC News - Published

 
MARIEKE VERVOORT
Marieke Vervoort: 'Why it's important to not just see the medals'
Paralympian Ollie Hynd speaks about wheelchair racer Marieke Vervoort's decision to end her life.
Credit: BBC News - Published






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