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Internet Defenders Urge Mass Revolt to Fight FCC's "Scorched-Earth" Attack on Net Neutrality: "FCC Pai is handing over the internet to a few humongous gatekeepers who see the rest of us as products to be delivered to advertisers, not as citizens needing communications that serve democracy's needs.'
30757
Ratko Mladić convicted of genocide and war crimes at UN tribunal
1303
White nationalist Richard Spencer reportedly banned from 26 European nations.
620
Facebook to Show Users Which Russian Propaganda They Followed
633
Vladimir Putin says all big Russian businesses should be ready for war production
943
Thousands of Twitter Bots Are Attempting to Silence Reporting on Yemen
413
Kushner urged Trump to fire FBI Director Comey: 'Kushner’s involvement is being investigated by Mueller. The probe is looking at whether the president obstructed justice by firing the FBI Director while Comey was leading an investigation into whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia.'
5214
North Korea violated armistice with South by crossing border to shoot defector, says UN command.
1264
Denmark builds giant spy station to capture Russian intelligence
135978
Belgium says loot boxes are gambling, wants them banned in Europe
1046
Missing Argentine submarine 'is located by US Navy'
1433
France arrests Russia’s Senator in airport of Nice
288
Two Russian athletes stripped of Olympic medals for doping violations
2682
Jared Kushner was worried the Mueller Russia probe would "get" President Trump
2653
Sugar industry withheld research effects of sucrose 50 years ago, study claims - Researchers say negative health impacts of sucrose could have been combated sooner had research been released – but industry bodies dispute the findings
335
Three ancient Roman shipwrecks filled with artefacts, that presumably sunk thousands of years ago have reportedly been discovered in the Egyptian city of Alexandria...the artefacts found date back to when the Roman empire was spread across Europe and North Africa.
6649
Uber Concealed Cyberattack That Exposed 57 Million People’s Data
141
Pakistan court orders release of Islamist accused by the United States and India of masterminding attacks on the Indian city of Mumbai in 2008 in which 166 people were killed
117
Mexico to raise minimum wage to $4.70 a day.
610
Group calls for Indonesian forces to stop virginity tests
44
Justin Trudeau Is ‘Very Concerned’ With FCC’s Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality: “We need to continue to defend net neutrality”
301
Ratko Mladic guilty of genocide, sentenced to life in prison
56
Venezuela inflation soars to 4,000% in 'death spiral'
468
Half of Germans want new elections after coalition talks fail
1107
White House personnel investigated for improper contact with foreign women during Trump's Asia trip
323
Massive operation against alleged terrorists ongoing in the capital of Georgia; heavy gunfire over the last 12 hours, one officer has been shot in the head.
404
The International Criminal Court (ICC) made a formal request to investigate the U.S. military and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan...among targets, such as the Taliban, Haqqani network and the Afghan National Security Forces.
321
India cancels $500m arms deal with Israel
98
India Test Fires World’s Fastest Nuclear-Capable Supersonic Cruise Missile From Fighter Jet
42
ISIS has been militarily defeated in Iraq and Syria
71
France's Macron says Libya slave auctions are 'crimes against humanity'
40948
Zimbabwe's President Mugabe 'resigns'
15846
Google collects Android users’ locations even when location services are disabled
2599
Costa Rica Runs Entirely on Renewable Energy for 300 Days
7703
They Planted Porn in ISIS Propaganda, Just for Starters, Then Sowed Chaos and Confusion in the 'Caliphate' - A small group of Iraqi hackers figured they could do a better job fighting ISIS online than most govts.
40
Record amount of fentanyl and meth seized in year-long investigation in Calgary
51
Pakistan court orders release of Islamist blamed for Mumbai attacks | Reuters
220
Qatar warns of 'dark ages' in the Middle East
108
More pregnant women could die in Brazil if it passes a law banning all abortions on Tuesday, including in cases of rape or when the mother’s life is in danger, critics said.
27
Russia to the United Nations: Don’t Try to Stop Us From Building Killer Robots

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