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Huawei P20 launches today, here's how to watch the event live

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Overall, the Huawei P20 Pro looks to be a significant upgrade on what came before it, with genuinely useful camera innovations, a top-end design , and a significant upgrade to the internals thrown in for good measure. The P20 comes in a 4GB/64GB configuration, while the P20 Pro is 6GB/128GB as standard. That said, both variants sport eye-catching designs and finishes. Read More »

North Korean official apparently in China

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The unannounced visit followed a flurry of diplomacy that saw North Korea's participation in the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang last month. Japan's Kyodo news agency reported the train's departure from a Beijing station but said it was not clear if Kim was aboard, a day after its arrival sparked rampant speculation about the mystery passenger's identity. Read More »

Spies posing as diplomats have a long history

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Germany and France made good on those threats by announcing expulsions and in a coordinated move, other states across the European Union followed suit, along with Canada and Ukraine. officials said. The head of Russia's Investigative Committee, which handles major crimes, said the fire alarm system in the mall had been out of order since March 19 and a security guard had not turned on the public address system to warn people to evacuate the building. Read More »

Montana group voices concern over China tariffs

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Just before the China tariffs were announced , Navarro signaled a break from the diplomatic approach toward China that has defined USA economic policy since Richard Nixon visited the Communist nation in 1972. That depends on whether President Donald Trump will settle for a reduction in China's United States trade surplus or hold out for sweeping changes to China's industrial policies. Read More »

Tallahassee attorney representing family of Stephon Clark

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It's not just the disturbing manner in which Clark died, but what happened after the split second decision by police and why they turned off their microphones that has many in Sacramento , including Clark's family outraged Thursday night. "Emotions are understandably high". "But what I'm pleased about is that, with all the understandable anger, and all the pain and all the grieving. that it was really mostly peaceful. Read More »

Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg reportedly no-shows at Facebook meet

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The British Parliament's media committee has recalled the CEO of Cambridge Analytica , Alexander Nix, to testify in its investigation into fake news. That was mostly around growth in the number of people who used the service. Beyond that, developers will have to be approved by Facebook. "We definitely didn't realise the gravity of this issue sooner", Ms Sandberg said in a televised interview on CNBC on Thursday. Read More »

Sen. Graham: John Bolton Will Help Pres. Trump Make America Safer

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Bolton can work to leverage Trump's affinity for Bolton's "America First" worldview to reinforce the president's militarist instincts in daily meetings while seeking to sideline opposing viewpoints. Bolton met with Trump and Kelly in early March to discuss North Korea and Iran . Bolton isn't the unthinking warmonger critics sometimes imagine. Read More »

US, EU to expel 100 Russian diplomats over UK nerve attack

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But the USA is allowing some to stay because it's reportedly an accepted worldwide practice that even includes the US. The White House called it the largest expulsion of Russian spies in American history, and also said it was shuttering Russia's consulate in Seattle, deeming it "a counterintelligence threat". Read More »

Facebook Runs Newspaper Ads Apologizing For Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Finally, we must empower users to become true guardians of their personal data. These details are captured and treasured for commercial purposes. Ovleno Business Intelligence Pvt. The data had been collected by a dodgy app masquerading as a personality quiz. Facebook is now embroiled in two privacy-related controversies. Facebook's creators haven't invited us into their lives. Read More »

Rockford man arrested after attempting to disarm a police officer

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Beachem was arrested on complaints of assault with a unsafe weapon, leaving the scene of an injury accident and DUI that results in personal injury. After the video was posted , the Norman Police Department released a statement. Two police officers in OH unexpectedly helped save the life of a two-month-old girl after responding to a disabled vehicle call. Read More »

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Beijing: Chinese media

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Social media in Japan, South Korea and China lit up with reports of other portents: extensive train delays in and near Beijing , screens blocking the view of the station in Dandong, the border city where the armoured train crossed into China , and stepped-up security starting Monday afternoon on a major Beijing thoroughfare. Read More »

China Signals It Could Ease Treasury Buying to Counter Trump

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After a public comment period, those sanctions will take effect. The United States asked China in a letter last week to cut the tariff on US autos, buy more USA -made semiconductors and give US firms greater access to the Chinese financial sector, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing unnamed sources. Read More »

Memorial mass in France for heroic officer and other victims of shooting

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Emmanuel Macron is going to be investing millions of Euros to make the French language a stronger global rival to English at the European Union, and the number one language in Africa. In 2012, he was knighted in France's prestigious Legion of Honor. Father Jean-Baptiste said the couple had spent some 30 hours preparing for their marriage ceremony. Read More »

Veto or no veto? President Trump's flip-flop stokes dramatic reaction

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Trump canceled the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that gives work permits to the Dreamers and protects them from deportation. The president threw the bill into doubt earlier Friday, saying on Twitter that he was "considering" a veto over concerns about young "Dreamer" immigrants and border wall money . Read More »

OK, you've deleted Facebook, but is your data still out there?

Thankfully, you can check out our simple guide on how to stop Facebook apps handing over your data to bolster your Facebook security . "I have the same stuff, the worst part is that I've deleted everything from my facebook activity log 5 days ago", one concerned user tweeted. Read More »

Markets extend falls as US-China trade dispute intensifies

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The U.S. can and should do more to counter Chinese theft of American trade secrets. But, the US's trade deficit with China is "the largest deficit in the history of our world", he said. And the USA demand for Chinese goods is expected to increase in the next few years as US tax cuts boost growth and increase federal borrowing. Wang said that China's announcement should be seen as a warning to the Trump administration. Read More »

At least 48 dead, scores missing in Siberia shopping centre fire

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Local teachers are trying to trace their pupils, who were on holiday. As around 100 people were evacuated, others were trapped by the fire inside. The roofs of two cinema screens also collapsed during the blaze. A three-day period of mourning was declared in the region. "Sixty-four bodies were found, 15 of them have been identified. I extend my deepest condolences to Vladimir Putin , families and loved ones of those who died and wish the injured the swiftest possible recovery", the ... Read More »

Saudis say ballistic missiles shot down over Riyadh, 1 killed

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According to a report from CNN , seven long-range Burqan 2H ballistic missiles were detected by Saudi Arabia's air force on Sunday. One of the missiles was targeted on capital Riyadh . Al-Houthi alleged that Saudi Arabia and UAE were "puppet regimes" that are implementing U.S. and Israeli plots in Yemen. Houthi ballistic missiles have increased in range over time, with the first one targeting Riyadh fired in May past year, according to the United Nations. Read More »

LOCAL COLLEGES: Keystone earns win in baseball

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Causby twirled 6 2/3 dominant innings, walking three and allowing two hits while recording 13 strikeouts for a second consecutive start as he lowered his season ERA to 1.89. One out later, back-to-back RBI singles by Parker Martin and Scoot Bennett increased Fairview's lead to 6-1. The Cannoneers went 1-7 on the trip. Dodson also came on in relief of Hughes in the top of the sixth and needed just five pitches to record three outs and close out the victory. Read More »

Long Lane Lions Club Easter egg hunt March 31

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The Easter Bunny made an early stop to Bay County Saturday afternoon, sending kids on the search for Easter eggs. "We invite the community to come enjoy a homemade breakfast and fantastic church service", St. "For us, it's really well organized". As kids rushed for the eggs, they hoped to find an egg with a special ticket that would win them a basket prize filled with goodies. Read More »

USA files trade complaint against China over licensing practices

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It added: " China will take legal action under the WTO framework and work with other WTO members to safeguard the stability and authority of the multilateral trade rules". "Not in waves or anything but I think it will level the cross-border type activity", she said in an interview. In a statement , the USTR said China also appears to be breaking WTO rules by imposing mandatory adverse contract terms that discriminate against and are less favorable for imported foreign technology. Read More »

Rain set to move in Monday afternoon

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The typical spots will flood, but no damaging issues are expected. Highs will occur during the morning hours for most of the area, with northern counties cooler than the Lake of the Ozarks. Ray's Forecast continues, " Tomorrow looks better as the clouds decrease and temperatures warm a little". Rain, freezing rain and snow will impact much of our region Sunday night and Monday morning. Read More »

China may hike tariffs on United States pork, other goods in trade spat

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Agricultural commodities could be a feature of any ongoing tit-for-tat trade war. Meanwhile, US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said yesterday that US and South Korean officials were "relatively close" to reaching a deal on the steel and aluminium tariffs, with an announcement possible as early as next week. Read More »

Bill Would Expand NJ Medical Marijuana Program

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Both the dispensaries and growers can be up and running within a year after receiving state approval. Joe Airone has run a donation-based medical marijuana collective since 1996. "The government is only hurting its own objectives and revenues by restricting private businesses and ensuring it's not competitive with the black market ", she said. Read More »

Apple will go after educational market with cheaper iPads next week

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When the iPhone X came out previous year, Apple broke all records by making it one of the most expensive smartphones it has ever built. The bug, which affects the current iOS 11 .2.6 version as well as the iOS 11.3 beta, negates the choice many Apple users make to hide the contents of notifications from their home screen. Read More »

Stormy Daniels Shares Graphic Details About Alleged Affair With Trump

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Trump salutes as he boards Air Force One , Sunday, March 25, 2018, for his departure from Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Florida to the White House , in Washington , D.C., via Joint Base Andrews, in Maryland. Daniels said Trump called her about a month later and told her she did not get the TV gig. "She responded: "[Because] I have no reason to lie. Read More »

Apple to launch low-priced iPads for schools

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Since then we had not heard any news about it... until now. How many iPhones will Apple release? Given that rumours of low-priced iPads and a new MacBook Air have been swirling around for so long, and that Apple's scheduled the event at a school rather than a theatre, it's more than clear who Apple is targeting. Read More »

Kaine: Parkland students 'changing the equation' on gun control

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In recent years, as mass shootings have become more destructive and more visible, many states, including Wisconsin, have weakened rather than strengthened gun laws. People hold up signs during a "March for Our Lives" rally to show solidarity with the USA gun control movement in Montreal, Saturday, March 24, 2018. Read More »

Trump Says He Is 'Considering' Veto of $1.3T Budget

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As Politico explained, "presidential budgets are always dead on arrival on Capitol Hill, but (this) omnibus (a single spending bill that finances nearly all government functions) feels more like a product of Obama-era divided government than Trump-era Republican monopoly". Read More »

EU Floats New Digital Tax Amid Renewed Scrutiny of Tech Firms

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The EU recently announced that it planned to impose a revenue tax on global digital companies, a majority of which are from the USA, which also increased tensions between the EU and USA, but they can now breathe a sigh of relief. But the 28 European Union nations, which must endorse the plan, are divided and it might never see the light of day. Briefing EU ambassadors and the European Parliament on Thursday morning, she had indicated there was a greater willingness to find a solution to ... Read More »

Austin suspect not sorry for bombings, reports on 'confession' video say

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Mr Thomas was finally released when Conditt died after being held overnight, she said . "We have accounted for those devices". He says that the tape is " the outcry of a very challenged young man ". Investigators also believe that Conditt planned on doing more damage in the area. According to Anita Ward, it was addressed to her daughter. Chief Operating Officer David Bronczek said in a note to employees that FedEx was able to give the information to law enforcement "because of our ... Read More »

Why Trump Threatened To Veto A Massive Spending Bill

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With Congress already out of town, the government will head toward a shutdown if Trump does not sign the bill Friday. "There are a lot of things I'm unhappy about in this bill". "We're starting work on Monday on some new wall, but also fixing existing walls and acceptable fences". That could explain the recent personnel changes at the White House - and reports that Trump may have an even more dramatic shake-up in mind. Read More »