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Tillerson Urges Arab Countries To Make 'Reasonable Demands' Of Qatar
Tillerson Urges Arab Countries To Make 'Reasonable Demands' Of Qatar

Despite President Donald Trump's scathing attacks on Doha over alleged terror links, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has been appealing to the Arab countries to reconsider the Qatar blockade.

Canadian Marksman Fires World's Longest Kill Shot
Canadian Marksman Fires World's Longest Kill Shot

The Canada Special Forces marksman shot from a distance of 3,450 meters and hit his target, breaking the previous record by almost 1000 meters.

Removing Assad no longer priority in Syria: Macron
Removing Assad no longer priority in Syria: Macron

France no longer sees the departure of President Bashar al-Assad as a priority in the Syrian conflict, President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday, making the policy official for the first time. The new French leader said instead that fighting jihadists such as the Islamic State group had to be the international community's number one goal in a conflict that grew out of protests against the Syrian president in 2011 but has since become increasingly complex and multifaceted. "The real change I've made on this question, is that I haven't said the deposing of Bashar al-Assad is a prerequisite for everything," Macron said in an interview with several European newspapers, including Britain's...

An asteroid is definitely going to hit the Earth, expert warns
An asteroid is definitely going to hit the Earth, expert warns

Space is a dangerous place to be, and since the Earth is in space, every living thing on the planet is at risk of eventually feeling its wrath. Asteroids are the most clear and present threat that our Solar System poses to us, and you only need to look at the scars on the Earth, our moon, and other planets in our neighborhood to see exactly how real that danger is. Now, a Queen's University Belfast researcher is warning that the Earth is definitely going to be hit, it's just a matter of when. The expert, Alan Fitzsimmons, points out that an event similar to that of the 1908 meteoroid explosion over the Tunguska region in Russia's Siberia - which leveled a forest and damaged buildings but...

Queen outlines UK government agenda in scaled-down speech
Queen outlines UK government agenda in scaled-down speech

LONDON (AP) - Queen Elizabeth II outlined the government's legislative program in a speech to Parliament on Wednesday after the prime minister promised "humility" in negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union following a disastrous election that cost the ruling Conservative Party its majority.

Ford to import Focus cars built in China
Ford to import Focus cars built in China

Ford will import its next-generation Focus sedans into the US market from China, after a highly-publicized move to cancel plans to build the car in Mexico, the company announced Tuesday. The move runs counter to the US car industry's recent efforts to highlight American production amid intense criticism from President Donald Trump. Ford, which already produces the Focus in China for that market, couched the move as a cost-saving strategy, and said no American jobs would be lost as a result of the change.

'Road Rage' May Have Caused Muslim Teen Nabra Hassanen's Death
'Road Rage' May Have Caused Muslim Teen Nabra Hassanen's Death

"There was no indication of any racial slurs or any back and forth other than a verbal argument," police Lieutenant Bryan Holland said.

The World's 30 Best Places to Visit in 2017-18

Plan your dream vacation to one of these superlative destinations. The world is full of diverse destinations that are waiting to be explored. This year's ranking includes sprawling European metropolises, picturesque Caribbean islands, quaint mountain towns and exquisite natural wonders that are sure to wow every type of traveler.

Top court to hear case that could reshape US political map
Top court to hear case that could reshape US political map

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court will take up a momentous fight over parties manipulating electoral districts to gain partisan advantage in a case that could affect the balance of power between Democrats and Republicans across the United States.

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Philippines' Duterte apologises for urban war

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte apologised Tuesday for a military offensive that has left the nation's main Muslim city in ruins, but said it was needed to crush militants linked to the Islamic State group. Duterte also vowed that US-backed air strikes on Marawi would continue, as the conflict entered its fifth week with no sign of an end and its reported death toll climbed towards 370. The fighting has seen Marawi, considered the Muslim capital of the largely Catholic Philippines, turn from a bustling trading centre into one resembling war-torn cities in Iraq or Syria.

First Core i9 Benchmarks: Here
First Core i9 Benchmarks: Here's How Intel's Powerhouse Performs

Intel's new high-end Skylake-X series includes the top-of-the-line Core i9-7900X, which impressively features 10 cores and a turbo boost of up to 4.5 GHz. This new i9 CPU certainly has impressive technical specs, but at an astronomic price of $999, how does it compare to AMD's latest Ryzen offerings and Intel's own less expensive models for gaming? Credit: IntelOur sister sites, Tom's Hardware and Anandtech, put the i9-7900X chip through rigorous tests against such CPUs as the Core i7 7900X and Ryzen 7 1800x paired with an EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Founder Edition GPU, so make sure to read through the full performance write-ups on those sites for even more details.

Central African Republic, armed groups sign deal in Rome
Central African Republic, armed groups sign deal in Rome

ROME (AP) - Representatives of most of the armed groups in Central African Republic on Monday signed an agreement to honor an immediate cease-fire, after more than three years of sectarian conflict that have left thousands dead.

15 Unlucky Drones That Slammed Into Buildings
15 Unlucky Drones That Slammed Into Buildings

US working to relaunch military hotline with Russia
US working to relaunch military hotline with Russia

The United States wants to re-establish a military hotline that Russia said it had severed after an American jet shot down a Syrian regime warplane, the top US general said Monday. The so-called "deconfliction" line has been a vital tool in protecting both sides' forces as they conduct separate campaigns in Syria's crowded battlespace. "We will work diplomatically and militarily in the coming hours to re-establish deconfliction," said General Joe Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, referring to the special communications channel.

Will Secretive Health Care Bill Push You Off Your Parents
Will Secretive Health Care Bill Push You Off Your Parents' Insurance?

Mum's the word.

Deadlocked Cosby jury asks about
Deadlocked Cosby jury asks about 'reasonable doubt'

The deadlocked US jury battling to reach a verdict in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial asked the judge Friday to define "reasonable doubt" and again asked to hear from the fallen star's testimony. The 79-year-old pioneering black actor could face spending the rest of his life in prison if convicted on three counts of aggravated indecent assault against 44-year-old Andrea Constand at his Philadelphia mansion in January 2004. The 12-member jury had told Judge Steven O'Neill on Thursday that they were deadlocked, but the Pennsylvania judge ordered them to continue with no cut-off point to stop trying to reach a unanimous agreement.

US Navy ship collides with merchant ship off Japan
US Navy ship collides with merchant ship off Japan

A U.S. Navy destroyer has collided with a merchant ship off the coast of Japan, the U.S. military said, and there have been injuries.

Germany claims US harming EU firms with Russia sanctions
Germany claims US harming EU firms with Russia sanctions

Germany on Friday accused Washington of hurting European power companies through its new sanctions against Russia that target the planned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Europe. The new measures, approved by the US Senate on Thursday, include a threat to penalise companies that provide "goods, services, technology, information or support" for the construction of Russian energy export pipelines. The US bill directly spells out its opposition to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, while explicitly stressing that "the US government should prioritise the export of United States energy resources in order to create American jobs, help United States allies and partners, and strengthen United States...

China says bomber died in kindergarten blast
China says bomber died in kindergarten blast

A bomb blast that killed eight people and injured dozens outside a kindergarten in eastern China was the work of a 22-year-old introvert who was among the dead, authorities said Friday. The public security ministry said in a statement that the suspect was a man with health problems who rented a room near the school in Fengxian, where Thursday's blast occurred. Police found material to make a homemade explosive device at the apartment, which had the words "die", "death" and "destroy" written on the wall.

2018 Audi R8 V10 Spyder Plus: Here it Is
2018 Audi R8 V10 Spyder Plus: Here it Is

With a 610-horsepower V10 and a droptop, you're gonna look exceedingly windblown.

Man arrested after racially-charged fight at Chicago Starbucks
Man arrested after racially-charged fight at Chicago Starbucks

A racially-charged incident in Chicago's Loop spilled out of a Starbucks and onto the street, and now charges are pending against the suspect in the case.

Trump renews criticism of London Mayor Khan over attack
Trump renews criticism of London Mayor Khan over attack

By Estelle Shirbon LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump once again criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Monday over his response to a deadly attack on the city, while the British public and politicians lauded the mayor for his handling of the aftermath. Trump accused Khan of making a "pathetic excuse" over his statement urging Londoners not to be alarmed by the presence of additional police on the streets in response to the attack. Three jihadis drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge on Saturday night before running into the bustling Borough Market area where they slit people's throats and stabbed them indiscriminately.

The 11 most exciting new features coming to the iPhone and iPad in iOS 11
The 11 most exciting new features coming to the iPhone and iPad in iOS 11

Sure, Apple may have held back a handful of top-secret iOS 11 features during its big WWDC 2017 keynote on Monday. After all, the company can't include anything obvious in its early iOS 11 builds that might pull back the curtain prematurely on iPhone 8 details. But we can't even think about the iPhone 8 right now because Apple just unleashed a truckload of hot new iOS 11 features. Whether or not you were following along live as Apple unveiled iOS 11 during its big WWDC 2017 keynote, you're obviously going to want a recap of all the biggest new iOS 11 features coming to the iPhone and iPad. In this post, you'll find everything you need to know about the most exciting new features coming...

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch: Rule of law
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch: Rule of law 'a blessing'

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch acknowledged Friday that there is "a lot of skepticism about the rule of law" in the country but defended the United States judicial system as "a blessing" and "a remarkable gift" during a talk at Harvard University.

Mexico seeks OAS resolution to end violence in Venezuela
Mexico seeks OAS resolution to end violence in Venezuela

Mexico said on Friday that it will push for the Organization of American States (OAS) at an upcoming meeting to call for an end to violence in Venezuela and for a peaceful resolution to a recent wave of protests that has left over 60 people dead. "The OAS resolution on Venezuela should indicate our concern about the cancellation of elections, lack of respect for the National Assembly, the existence of political prisoners, the use of military courts to try civilians," Mexico's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

As NYPD trained on mental illness, a call ended in shooting
As NYPD trained on mental illness, a call ended in shooting

NEW YORK (AP) - A year before a police sergeant shot and killed a bat-wielding woman with schizophrenia, the New York Police Department began giving officers specialized training on how to handle the mentally ill.

Republican senator accused of trying to
Republican senator accused of trying to 'erase' history of CIA torture

Democrats on Friday accused a powerful Republican senator of seeking to erase the history of the CIA's torture program in the 2000s by demanding copies of a highly classified report be handed over to him. An estimated eight copies were distributed to the White House and various agencies, and Burr said Friday he wanted them back to ensure the sensitive information within remained secret.

Judge: Trump deportation order for man in Hawaii
Judge: Trump deportation order for man in Hawaii 'inhumane'

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A Trump administration order to deport a man who entered the country illegally nearly three decades ago and became a respected businessman in Hawaii was "inhumane" and "contrary to the values of the country and its legal system," a federal judge wrote Tuesday in an unusually impassioned opinion.

Gilead and GSK go head-to-head with similar HIV drug data

Gilead Sciences Inc and GlaxoSmithKline Plc will go head-to-head with rival versions of an improved class of HIV medicines, after clinical studies showed the U.S. company's new drug bictegravir was as effective as GSK's product. Four late-stage studies from Gilead all met their goals, with bictegravir matching the efficacy of GSK's established dolutegravir, which has been the cornerstone of the British group's growing HIV business in recent years. Both drugs are so-called integrase inhibitors, a type of medicine that has proved extremely effective at blocking the AIDS virus.

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