• Steve Jobs was still working on TV after stepping down as CEO
Steve Jobs was still working on TV after stepping down as CEO

Artifacts from Jobs' contributions to the project might still be integrated into the Apple TV line, as Apple is said to be developing a universal digital viewing guide for streaming content providers. However, Mossberg deducts points for the fact that Apple under Cook has yet to introduce a game-changing product, though he admits that the Ap...

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  • Bangladesh police kill mastermind of cafe terror attack
Bangladesh police kill mastermind of cafe terror attack

Senior police officer Sanwar Hossain confirmed the deaths of the militants. "Mastermind Tamim Chowdhury and his two accomplices have been killed". Bangladeshi police killed one of the "suspected masterminds" of the July terror attack in Dhaka after an hour-long battle, authorities said.

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  • Belgian media reports blast outside criminology institute
Belgian media reports blast outside criminology institute

According to reports a auto rammed through three security fences at approximately 2am local time on Monday morning. The institute says Belgium's justice authorities are carrying out their inquiries. She said witnesses reported hearing several explosions but it was not yet clear how these were caused. "The explosion was extremely powerful", fi...

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  • Victoria Is Banning Fracking And Coal Seam Gas Exploration
Victoria Is Banning Fracking And Coal Seam Gas Exploration

Out of the 1,600 submissions made to the Inquiry, an overwhelming amount were opposed to onshore unconventional gas, leading to a clear sign that people in Victoria aren't all that enthusiastic about fracking. The study will be overseen by an expert panel including farmers, industry, business and community representatives. However, the government...

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  • Clinton says Trump unleashes 'radical fringe' in GOP
Clinton says Trump unleashes 'radical fringe' in GOP

In fact, Stein seems to have Clinton in her cross-hairs more often than she does Republican nominee Donald Trump . And the complex plan for allowing donations from USA citizens and permanent residents, keeping some parts of the Clinton Foundation alive, and maintaining scores of Clinton-family allies on the payroll is less an opportunity for a c...

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  • Brown orders Eskom to respond to National Treasury
Brown orders Eskom to respond to National Treasury

The utility further explained that the most recent correspondence from Treasury was on 17 August 2016, in which the latter supported the extension of the coal supply contract for the Komati Power Station. Molefe confirmed that Treasury had signed for the documents and that the Treasury chief financial officer had written to Eskom to ask whether any...

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  • Is ML Khattar saffronising Haryana politics? Jain monk delivers sermon in Assembly
Is ML Khattar saffronising Haryana politics? Jain monk delivers sermon in Assembly

Reportedly, Jain members have filed a police complaint against Vishal Dadlani and Tehseen Poonawala , who has also tweeted on the same. Apart from Mr. This time she faced the wrath of a cross section of Twitter users, including some Jain believers who were upset with her tweet. He said, "The control of dharma over politics is essential".

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  • What The Princeton Review's Party School Ranking Really Means
What The Princeton Review's Party School Ranking Really Means

The C of I scored high marks in quality of campus life (93 out of 99) with students highlighting various extracurricular events and activities on campus. The colleges are selected for the list based on their "excellent academics" and the results of a survey of students by The Princeton Review on their campus experiences as well as how they rated...

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  • Britney Spears hitches a ride for Corden's Carpool Karaoke
Britney Spears hitches a ride for Corden's Carpool Karaoke

She told morning presenters Cubby and Carolina: "The guy was just so incredibly sweet". "I had no idea he has kids. I'm like, 'This is just so awkward, it's so weird, '" she said. Bad Britney appears throughout the album showing audiences that if there's one thing she does not lack, it is confidence. You've probably seen the "If Britney made ...

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  • France's Hollande: EU-US trade deal won't happen this year
France's Hollande: EU-US trade deal won't happen this year

France's trade minister said the USA hasn't offered anything substantial in negotiations with the European Union on a free-trade deal and that talks should come to an end. German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Tuesday there would not be an official declaration that negotiations on a free trade deal between the United States and the Europea...

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  • Kurdish forces clash with IS in northern Syria
Kurdish forces clash with IS in northern Syria

He did not, however, mention the USA comments. The operation appears to be going in a different direction from the one the USA had hoped. Leading the operation were US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces consisting of Kurdish fighters including the YPG, but also some Arab fighters.

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  • Turkey-backed rebels expel Kurdish forces from Syrian towns
Turkey-backed rebels expel Kurdish forces from Syrian towns

Turkey's official Anadolu news agency said Turkish air strikes killed 25 Kurdish "terrorists" and destroyed five buildings used by the fighters in the Jarabulus area. The Jarablus Military Council group, which is allied to the SDF, said a Turkish air strike in the village of al-Amarna caused civilian casualties and called it "a unsafe escalation ...

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  • France criticizes Turkish military intervention in Syria
France criticizes Turkish military intervention in Syria

The Islamic State group says its spokesman has been "martyred" in northern Syria. Its military campaign aimed to help Syrian rebels drive the Islamic State group out of the border town of Jarablus, but was also directed against the US -led allied Kurdish forces that have gained control of most of the territory along the Turkey-Syria border in recen...

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  • John Kerry gets a taste of rain-hit Delhi traffic
John Kerry gets a taste of rain-hit Delhi traffic

In addition to this, an attack during which 22 hostages, including 18 foreigners, were killed in a restaurant in Dhaka took place on the first of July. The AL thinks Kerry's praise of PM Sheikh Hasina's leadership is an indication of a change in US's policy towards Bangladesh. US officials say a longstanding counterterrorism dialogue has intens...

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  • Relatives gather to remember Amatrice earthquake victims
Relatives gather to remember Amatrice earthquake victims

The bodies were originally taken to Rieti and officials said it would be easier to hold a mass funeral there rather than in the devastated Amatrice, but Prime Minister Matteo Renzi ordered a change of plan in the face of the local anger. They and others have been claimed by relatives and buried elsewhere or are awaiting private funeral services. Sp...

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  • Blast at Chinese embassy in Kyrgyzstan
Blast at Chinese embassy in Kyrgyzstan

A representative of the local Emergency Ministry said they can not confirm the number of fatalities right away, and the exact number was "being verified", according to Al Jazeera . The photo shows the aftermath of an explosion near the Chinese Embassy in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, August 30 , 2016. Kyrgyzstan's Deputy Prime Minister Zhenish Razak...

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  • Modi, Myanmar President hold talks
Modi, Myanmar President hold talks

India has been concerned about militant groups from its north-east taking shelter in Myanmar, Bhutan and Bangladesh, as well as setting up bases there to mount attacks on India. "The two sides agreed that Maritime Security Cooperation in the Bay of Bengal is vital for them", said a statement issued by the Indian Union government in New Delhi .

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  • In Syria US-Backed Rebels Are Fighting … Other US-Backed Rebels
In Syria US-Backed Rebels Are Fighting … Other US-Backed Rebels

It puts Washington in the hard spot of having to choose between two allies, and it is likely to divert resources from the fight against IS. Ankara claimed its raids had killed 25 Kurdish "terrorists" and that the army was doing everything to avoid civilian casualties.

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  • Yemen's exiled government welcomes US plan for restart of peace talks
Yemen's exiled government welcomes US plan for restart of peace talks

Kerry said following talks in Jeddah on Thursday he agreed with Gulf states and the United Nations on a plan to resume peace talks in Yemen with a view to forming a unity government. Meanwhile, supporters of Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, Yemen's president who has resigned and fled the capital, said in a statement they were prepared to consider the ideas ...

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  • S. Korea holds largest artillery drills near N. Korea border
S. Korea holds largest artillery drills near N. Korea border

Thae Yong-ho, the North Korean diplomat who sensationally defected from his London embassy to South Korea, has been accused by DPRK state media of having "raped minors", it emerged on Saturday. A source well acquainted with Pyongyang said Kim Jong-un ordered his team of inspectors to get rid of possible defection factors. "Anyone who is as bright a...

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