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Donald Trump Calls On Saudi Arabia To Allow Humanitarian Aid Into Yemen

U.S. President Donald Trump called for Saudi Arabia to allow humanitarian access into Yemen — indicating Washington lost patience with a Saudi-led blockade, which has been condemned by human rights groups, Reuters reported on Wednesday. The Saudi-led coalition fighting against the armed Houthi insurgency in Yemen’s civil war imposed the blockade on ports a month ago after Saudi Arabia intercepted ...

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Prosecutors Seek 60-Year Prison Sentence For Former USA Gymnastics Sports Doctor

Federal prosecutors are seeking a 60-year prison sentence for Michigan sports doctor Larry Nassar, who was caught with child pornography while being investigated for sexually assaulting female gymnasts, according to ESPN. Nassar — who worked at Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics — will be sentenced on child pornography charges on Dec. 7, the report said. In the past week, ...

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Why the world needs a NATO for cyberwarfare

(CNN)Despite the increasing number of digital assaults against private industry and governments in the past couple of years, we are still in a state of denial about the prospects of a global cyber showdown. America and its international partners have offered mostly hand-wringing and half-measures in response. Ransomware: A malicious gift that keeps on giving In a speech last month, ...

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Doctors Say Victims Of Alleged Sonic Weapons Attacks In Cuba Show Brain Abnormalities

Doctors treating U.S. Embassy victims of mysterious sonic attacks in Cuba found brain abnormalities, The Associated Press reported. Medical testing found the embassy workers developed changes to their white matter tracts, which allows different parts of the brain to communicate, according to U.S. officials. White matter serves as an information highway between brain cells.The findings reveal whatever harmed the American ...

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China scolds Australia over plan to ban foreign interference

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — China scolded Australia on Wednesday over its plan to ban foreign interference in politics — either through espionage or financial donations — in a move motivated largely by Russia’s alleged involvement in last year’s U.S. election and China’s growing influence on the global political landscape. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said this week that foreign interference in ...

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Govt tried to keep Hafiz Saeed in jail, but there’re little evidence against him: Pak

Washington: Little evidence against JuD chief Hafiz Saeed compelled the courts to set him free, Pakistan’s top diplomat in Washington on Tuesday, days after the US demanded the immediate re-arrest and prosecution of the Mumbai terror attack mastermind. Pakistan’s Ambassador to the US Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry was referring to the evidence provided by India against Saeed. The JuD…

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