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  • Samsung Releases Official Spec Comparison For Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8

    Samsung Releases Official Spec Comparison For Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8

    In addition to this, the cameras can record full-HD videos at 30 frames per second. Connectivity features include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac (2.4 + 5GHz), Bluetooth v 4.2, GPS, NFC, and a USB Type-C port. However, the SIM slot is a hybrid so you have to choose between an extra SIM or a memory card. The Smartphone giant Samsung has announced the latest successor of Galaxy , The Galaxy C7 Pro.

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  • Djokovic opens against Ramos Vinolas in Davis Cup

    Djokovic opens against Ramos Vinolas in Davis Cup

    The 29-year-old was a 6-3 6-4 6-2 victor over Albert Ramos-Vinolas, sending down 10 aces along the way. World number 79 Thompson stunned world number 15 Jack Sock 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (7/4), 6-4 before Kyrgios saw off John Isner 7-5, 7-6 (7/5), 7-6 (7/5).

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  • US, Russia spar over maintaining military hotline in Syria

    US, Russia spar over maintaining military hotline in Syria

    This satellite image released by the U.S. Department of Defense shows a damage assessment image of Shayrat air base in Syria, following U.S. Tomahawk Land Attack Missile strikes on Friday, April 7, 2017 from the USS Ross (DDG 71) and USS Porter (DDG 78), Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers.

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  • Swedish PM says Stockholm truck crash was an attack

    Swedish PM says Stockholm truck crash was an attack

    Police on Friday released a grainy picture of a suspect captured on video surveillance cameras near the scene of the attack, but said they did not now have him in custody. The department store is part of Sweden-wide chain. The building includes several stores at the street level. The IS group has also claimed responsibility for a truck attack that killed 86 people in Nice, France, in July during a Bastille Day festival and another truck attack that killed 12 people at a Christmas market in ...

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  • Trump signs bill blocking online privacy regulation

    Verizon does not sell personal web browsing histories and has no plans to do so in the future, said spokesman Richard Young. But telecom giants applauded the efforts by lawmakers and the White House to kill the rules , arguing that the FCC's privacy directive would not have applied to Silicon Valley giants like Facebook and Google.

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  • Assets Tumble in South Africa as Zuma Dodges Calls to Step Down

    South Africa's largest trade union has joined calls for President Jacob Zuma to step down. ANC chief whip media liaison Nonceba Mhlauli said: "The Office of the ANC Chief Whip confirms the resignation of former Deputy Finance Minister and ANC MP Cde Mcebisi Jonas as a member of parliament effective 31 March 2017".

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  • Russia bans images of Putin linked to 'gay clown' meme

    Russia bans images of Putin linked to 'gay clown' meme

    The Russian Justice Ministry has banned the use of an image depicting President Vladmir Putin wearing make-up, apparently reacting to the photo's implication that President Putin might be gay. The image was published on social media by a user called A V Tsvetkov. A Kremlin spokesman told Russia's state news service, Tass, that Putin hadn't seen the banned clown picture, adding that he was sure it didn't bother him.

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  • Girl rescued from a troop of Monkeys

    Girl rescued from a troop of Monkeys

    When officer Suresh Yadav spotted her, he tried to get to her but both the girl and the monkeys screeched at the policeman. Her story is similar to that of Rudyard Kipling's character Mowgli - a boy who was brought up by wolves - in The Jungle Book and she has earned fame as the "Mowgli girl" of India.

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  • Lawyer says Trump administration moved to squelch testimony

    Lawyer says Trump administration moved to squelch testimony

    Certainly, it seems to have enough to haul the whole matter into court to delay Yates' testimony. She was supposed to have been on a panel Tuesday, along with other former national security leaders who served under President Obama. Congressman Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the committee, said he was "aware that former AG Yates meant to speak on these matters and sought permission to testify from the White House".

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  • Boulder weather: Sunny skies with a high of 54

    Boulder weather: Sunny skies with a high of 54

    Extended: With an area of high pressure dominating over southern Colorado, temperatures should warm the next several days. Winds NW 5-15, gusting around 20 miles per hour. Tonight Mostly clear, with a low around 37. Sunday , it will be partly sunny with a high of 76. THURSDAY NIGHT: A little rain-snow mix will be possible Thursday night, with a cold overnight low temperature of 33 degrees.

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  • President Trump and Jordan's King Abdullah II speak at joint news briefing

    Standing beside King Abdullah II of Jordan for a joint press conference on Wednesday, Trump said that the deaths of hundreds of people in Syria, particularly of "beautiful little babies" was an "affront to humanity". Since then, combatants in Syria, including government forces, have been accused of regularly violating the convention. Trump's comment about a "red line" was a reference to an ultimatum on chemical weapons that former President Barack Obama issued to Assad's regime, a ...

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  • Last Fed meeting's minutes show talk of paring bond holdings

    Instead of continuing to reinvest all of the principal from maturing bonds, which keeps the balance sheet steady, the Fed would gradually let its portfolio run off, assuming the economy continues as expected. Members of the Federal Open Market Committee also said meaningful fiscal stimulus from the Trump administration would not be felt until 2018. While most believed Trump's plans had the potential to boost growth, some said there were also downside risks from a possible adverse economic ...

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  • Study finds the cry babies are British

    Study finds the cry babies are British

    Looking to chart out average crying times for parents and health officials to assess their babies, a researcher found that infants in some countries cry a lot more than those in others . The study was published in The Journal of Pediatrics . Dieter Wolker, the lead author of the study at Warwick University, stated that babies are very different by only considering the amount of cry from their first weeks of life.

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  • Senate moves against Planned Parenthood

    The rule barred states from distributing Title X funding based on whether an organization provides abortion services. It would undo a rule blocking states from singling out Planned Parenthood because the organization provides abortion services.

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  • Dubai: Huge fire in under contsruction high-rise complex, no injuries reported

    Dubai: Huge fire in under contsruction high-rise complex, no injuries reported

    Amazed residents took pictures of the Dubai skyline turning black near the iconic Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. It said there were no injuries. The developer declined to immediately comment. Eyewitness Anthea Ayache said: 'It was plumes and plumes of black smoke. Authorities were quick to dispatch fire fighting teams, including a helicopter and emergency crews as they cordoned off the surrounding area.

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  • EC to buy 'next-gen' EVMs which become inoperable when tampered with

    EC to buy 'next-gen' EVMs which become inoperable when tampered with

    A statement the Election Commission issued this evening after visits from Congress and Aam Aadmi Party delegations made no reference to any voting machine malfunctioning. The slip drops in a box but the voter can not take it home. During a random inspection of EVMs connected with VVPAT (voter verified paper audit trail) showed that even when vote was cast for another party it went to the BJP.

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  • Sindhu wins India Open World Superseries

    Sindhu wins India Open World Superseries

    Marin and Sindhu played out a thrilling final clash at the Rio Olympics 2016, which was eventually won by the Spaniard. She began dominating the first game initially and won six consecutive points to lead 6-1. 'I hope it is not a repeat (of Rio), just a rematch. I knew there will be long rallies and Sung will not give points easily. The final will be a cracker, I bet.

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  • Israel forces kill Palestinian woman in al-Quds

    Israeli border police secure an alley following a stabbing attack inside the old city of Jerusalem April 1, 2017. Palestinian websites identified the assailant as 17-year-old Ahmed Ghazal, from the city of Nablus in the northern part of the Israeli occupied West Bank.

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  • Dalai Lama visits contested part of India recalling exile

    Dalai Lama visits contested part of India recalling exile

    China had objected to it. India had responded by keeping it low-key and making it look like a personal visit, with nearly no media allowed. "The Dalai clique has always been engaging in separatist activities with unglorious record [sic]. "We urge India to stick to its political statements, respect the consensus and avoid doing anything that might further complicate the matter", the Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said.

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  • TBI confirms 2-week-old sighting of missing teen, abductor

    TBI confirms 2-week-old sighting of missing teen, abductor

    Similarly, Maury County Sheriff Bucky Rowland told News 2 that he believes Thomas is living off the grid somewhere with her 50-year-old teacher Tad Cummins. He was sacked from the school after an investigation was launched into allegations he had inappropriate contact with Thomas earlier in the year. Investigators are trying to figure out what vehicle they may be traveling in.

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  • Mexican state prosecutor charged with drug smuggling in US

    Mexican state prosecutor charged with drug smuggling in US

    Another high-profile Mexican drug-trafficking defendant could be coming to Brooklyn federal court. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents have arrested a Mexican prosecutor suspected of involvement in the production and trafficking of illegal drugs including heroin and cocaine into the United States, authorities said Wednesday.

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