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April the giraffe gives birth to calf in NY zoo

Patch says April is "recovering perfectly" following the delivery. The world's most anticipated birth concluded early Saturday morning when April the giraffe finally delivered her fourth calf at An...

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Kim Jong-un puts show of nuclear strength in Pyongyang parade

And on the same day, a top North Korean official offered a warning to the US, accusing President Trump of "creating a war situation". North Korean soldiers also rolled out what appeared to be anothe...

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CPJ: investigate threats to paper over Chechen gay torture

CPJ: investigate threats to paper over Chechen gay torture

On April 1, 2017, Novaya Gazeta published an article documenting that Chechen police have been rounding up men believed to be gay and holding them in secret detention, where they submit the men to...

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Face recognition tech still insufficient for security

Face recognition tech still insufficient for security

Well of course devices from Microsoft Store will have optional company's pre-loads. A statement released to press discloses that the Microsoft Edition will apply "a Microsoft customization" whe...

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United changes policy; crew can't displace seated passengers

And puts in place restrictions on bumping flyers for reasons such as making room for crew members and premium passengers. Dao was removed because there were not enough seats in the fully booked flig...

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Family on college visit when small plane crashes

Family on college visit when small plane crashes

John A. Zitting (left with wife Karen) was the president of the construction company TruNorthe. The family lived in Thousand Oaks, California. The Register-Guard newspaper reports the plane was appr...

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Samsung's Bixby voice assistant delayed

Bixby , Samsung's virtual assistant that will debut on the Galaxy S8 smartphone, won't be fully available at launch, outside of phones sold in South Korea. The company had earlier said Bixby's funct...

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United Airlines Will Stop Using Law Enforcement To Remove Passengers

United Airlines Will Stop Using Law Enforcement To Remove Passengers

He has promised to review the airline's passenger-removal policy. Munoz told ABC that he had no plans to resign over the incident and profusely apologized to Dao, his family, passengers and United...

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Samsung Galaxy S8 phone series

Samsung Galaxy S8 phone series

But the new facial recognition feature has a fatal flaw that could potentially render the feature useless as a security measure: it can be fooled by a picture. We are not sure if the software and...

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Blitzboks now close in on title

Blitzboks now close in on title

With a 23 point lead in the series standings following on from their defeat in the final of the Hong Kong Sevens - the 3rd overall for the Blitzboks - a strong showing at the Singapore Sevens wi...

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North Korea nuclear: US 'working with China' on response

Pence took a tough stance towards Pyongyang while visiting the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas on Monday. Pence met military leaders and American troops stationed at the base. But Pen...

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VP warns North Korea 'strategic patience' is over

Vice President Mike Pence will most likely include response measures to North Korea's provocations and the ongoing installation of the THAAD missile defense system. Pacific Command said. Dave Benh...

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Will 2017 See The Launch Of Samsung's Foldable Smartphone?

However, retail sales will begin on April 21, 2017 in South Korea. Aside from Bixby, Samsung has debuted its Infinity Display innovation on the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Despite the Galaxy Note 7 battery...

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Microsoft says NSA's leaked Windows hacks blocked, users secure

Microsoft says NSA's leaked Windows hacks blocked, users secure

The document dump - which is mostly lines of computer code - amounts to an emergency for Microsoft because the hacks consist of a variety of "zero-day exploits" that can serve to infiltrate Windows ma...

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Canadian men make history, down US Eagles to win Singapore rugby sevens

Canadian men make history, down US Eagles to win Singapore rugby sevens

Mullins, a former MVP with the Belleville Bulldogs rugby club, previously won a gold medal with the Canadian men's Rugby Sevens squad at the 2015 Pan American Games at BMO Field in Toronto. Eventual v...

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United Airlines changes policy after dragging man from flight

The airline, owned by United Continental Holdings Inc, said it would make sure crews traveling on their aircraft are booked into seats at least 60 minutes before departure. Dao, 69, of Elizabethtown...

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Google delves into fashion, launches Style Ideas for fashionistas

Google delves into fashion, launches Style Ideas for fashionistas

If you are confused that what kind of a trouser will suit with your denim jacket, you can simply head to the image search and find it out for yourself. "Or if running gear is more your speed, no swe...

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Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro likely to be launched in India today

That could help it stage a comeback in the wake of a string of controversies. Details about the successor to last year's Galaxy Note 7 are quite scarce, but some reports state that the smartphone ...

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Samsung Galaxy S8 won't get Bixby Voice features from the day one

Samsung Galaxy S8 won't get Bixby Voice features from the day one

Considering the Bixby will be the main selling point on the S8, Samsung faces a major challenge ahead of the handset's scheduled launch for 21 April. Samsung added: "When an application becomes B...

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Researchers Find Signs That Saturn's Moon Enceladus Might Be 'Hospitable To Life'

Researchers Find Signs That Saturn's Moon Enceladus Might Be 'Hospitable To Life'

Microbes, if there's any, can survive given an ample amount of hydrogen from the subsurface energy source in Enceladus . "If correct, this observation has fundamental implications for the possibili...

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Samsung has started firmware development for the Galaxy Note 8

The estimates for Q1 2017 reflect the strength Samsung is exhibiting in the market, despite the absence of flagship smartphones is the previous quarters . Samsung Electronics expects consolidated fir...

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Apple Gets Permit To Test Self Driving Vehicles

Some of the new hires came from companies such as Ford and Tesla , who are also researching self-driving technology. Pictured here is an autonomous vehicle on a test run north of London. Most major...

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Samsung celebrates Galaxy S8 launch in Nairobi

Samsung celebrates Galaxy S8 launch in Nairobi

After buying Samsung Galaxy S8 if you will end up disliking the device, then you might have an option to return the device and getting the refund. For example, Samsung has removed the physical home ...

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China not manipulates its currency: US Treasury report

China not manipulates its currency: US Treasury report

Such a balance-of-powers approach had been Russia's traditional stance. It is the third time that Taiwan has been on the list in the twice-yearly report since the USA began including it in April p...

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Zoo owner: April the giraffe's baby is 'very independent'

More than one-million people watched a live stream of this morning's almost 2 1/2 hour birth at animal adventure park near Binghamton. People around the world have been tuning in daily. April has he...

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20 arrested in California pro and anti-Trump rallies

20 arrested in California pro and anti-Trump rallies

One bank boarded up its ATMs before the rally as a precaution. The university said more than $100,000 in damage was done. Prohibited items such as knives, stun guns, and flagpoles were confiscated f...

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More than 100 cellphones stolen at Coachella festival

Henao was booked on suspicion of grand theft and receiving stolen property, according to jail records . Indio police Sgt. Dan Marshall told the station that multiple festival-goers suddenly felt ...

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Astronaut Peggy Whitson gets an extra three months in orbit

Astronaut Peggy Whitson gets an extra three months in orbit

But under a new contract between NASA and the Russian Space Agency, now, she will stay on International Space Station ( ISS ) for another three months and will take the lead of a vacant seat on a Soyu...

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Christians celebrate 'victory over sin'

It is the singular event which proves that those who trust in God and accept Christ will be raised from the dead. Eggs symbolise new life, as Jesus began his new life after his resurrection on Eas...

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Microsoft claims Shadow Brokers' NSA exploits fixed in March

Microsoft claims Shadow Brokers' NSA exploits fixed in March

EastNets has said it has found no evidence its systems were compromised. One of SWIFT's service bureaus, the Dubai-based EastNets, which was allegedly among those hacked, strongly rejected the c...

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