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Europe wants privacy regulators to act against Google's location tracking
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Europe wants privacy regulators to act against Google's location tracking

Netherlands, Poland and five other EU countries have asked regulators to take action against Google.

Two middle school girls in central Florida planned to kill classmates, drink blood; administrators foil plan
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Two middle school girls in central Florida planned to kill classmates, drink blood; administrators foil plan

Investigators say the girls planned to stake out a bathroom and wait for smaller students to enter. The affidavit says the students planned to cut their victims' throats, cut up their bodies, eat the flesh and drink their victims' blood.

'How can they commit such a crime?': Ayatollah Khamenei slams Donald Trump's immigration policy on Twitter
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'How can they commit such a crime?': Ayatollah Khamenei slams Donald Trump's immigration policy on Twitter

While Khamenei's tweet was one among 24,000 replies on Trump's tweet, it was also a reminder how countries now interact with each other online in full public glare, perhaps seeking to please their most vocal political bases domestically.

Russian presidential election: Vladimir Putin, country's post-Soviet tsar, set to extend his long rule to 2024
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Russian presidential election: Vladimir Putin, country's post-Soviet tsar, set to extend his long rule to 2024

Vladimir Putin, who is set to extend his long rule to 2024 in Russia's presidential election on Sunday, has stamped his total authority in Russia.

Donald Trump says China has not done enough on North Korea, but appreciates 'chemistry' he shares with Xi Jinping
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Donald Trump says China has not done enough on North Korea, but appreciates 'chemistry' he shares with Xi Jinping

China has not done enough on the issue of North Korea, Donald Trump has said but appreciated "great chemistry" he shares with Xi Jinping

US airstrike against Islamic State kills 23 civilians, including eight children, in Syria: Monitor
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US airstrike against Islamic State kills 23 civilians, including eight children, in Syria: Monitor

Air strikes by a US-led coalition killed 23 civilians Wednesday in a village held by the Islamic State group in Syria's eastern Deir Ezzor province

Xi Jinping replies to Kim Jong-Un's congratulatory message, says China seeks sound and stable ties with North Korea
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Xi Jinping replies to Kim Jong-Un's congratulatory message, says China seeks sound and stable ties with North Korea

Chinese President Xi Jinping has sent North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un a rare message in his first public communication with his wayward neighbour

Rex Tillerson says US not in dark over North Korea, maintaining direct channels of communications with Pyongyang
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Rex Tillerson says US not in dark over North Korea, maintaining direct channels of communications with Pyongyang

Rex Tillerson said that the US is maintaining direct channels of communications with North Korea even as tensions rise over the North's nuclear programs

US says Myanmar's response to Rohingya militant attacks in August was 'disproportionate'
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US says Myanmar's response to Rohingya militant attacks in August was 'disproportionate'

The top US diplomat for south east Asia says America remains deeply troubled by the ongoing crisis in Myanmar's Rakhine state and allegations of human rights abuses

Defence ministry approves acquisition of six Apache attack helicopters for Indian Army
India

Defence ministry approves acquisition of six Apache attack helicopters for Indian Army

The Defence Acquisition Council on Thursday cleared a proposal to buy six Apache attack helicopters for the Indian Army at a cost of around Rs 4,168 crore.

FBI has issued a warning to parents about privacy and safety risks from internet-connected toys
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FBI has issued a warning to parents about privacy and safety risks from internet-connected toys

The FBI said that such toys may contain parts or capabilities that may disclose personal information.

Major technology firms urge Federal Communications Commission to keep the net neutrality rule
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Major technology firms urge Federal Communications Commission to keep the net neutrality rule

A group representing major technology firms urged the FCC on 17 July to abandon plans to reverse the landmark 2015 rules.

Donald Trump says will invite Vladimir Putin to White House at the right time
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Donald Trump says will invite Vladimir Putin to White House at the right time

Trump has previously spoken with Putin by phone, and at the G20 summit in Germany last week, they had their first face-to-face meeting since Trump's election

North Korea fires ballistic missile into waters off Japan: South Korean Military
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North Korea fires ballistic missile into waters off Japan: South Korean Military

Donald Trump declared that the US had run out of patience with North Korea over its weapons drive,

United States-led alliance pushes for final assault to liberate Islamic State-held Raqa in Syria
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United States-led alliance pushes for final assault to liberate Islamic State-held Raqa in Syria

A US-backed alliance broke into the western part of the Islamic State group's stronghold Raqa on Saturday, the force and a monitor said, opening up a second front inside the Syrian city.

Paris Agreement: Despite US retreat, states will fight climate change, says California governor
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Paris Agreement: Despite US retreat, states will fight climate change, says California governor

California governor Jerry Brown predicted Tuesday that President Donald Trump's decision to pull the US out of the Paris climate accord will prove only a temporary setback to reducing greenhouse gas emissions because "disaster still looms" unless the world moves urgently on the issue.

Singapore Airlines invests over SGD 100 million in Vistara, double initially planned sum
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Singapore Airlines invests over SGD 100 million in Vistara, double initially planned sum

When SIA and Tata first announced in 2013 the intention to launch Vistara, the plan was for a joint US $100 million investment.

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Without media's "dishonesty and deceit", Clinton would be nothing: Trump in Florida

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has slammed the "disgraceful" media for allegedly favoring Hillary Clinton, saying without its "dishonesty and deceit", his Democratic rival would be nothing.

2016 US Presidential Election: Tim Kaine, Mike Pence face-off
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2016 US Presidential Election: Tim Kaine, Mike Pence face-off

Vice presidential hopefuls Tim Kaine and Mike Pence launched into their only debate of the campaign on Wednesday, immediately clashing on the reputations, experiences and policies of their bosses chasing the White House.

Libyan forces capture symbolic base of Islamic State in Sirte
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Libyan forces capture symbolic base of Islamic State in Sirte

Libyan forces battling to oust Islamic State from Sirte on Wednesday captured a large convention hall complex in the city centre, seizing a symbolic base where militants once held meetings and flew their black jihadist flag.