بایگانی آبان, ۱۳۹۶

Some 126 million Americans exposed to Russian disinformation on Facebook around 2016 vote

As many as 126 million Americans were exposed to Russia-backed content uploaded to Facebook around the 2016 US presidential election, the social network revealed on Tuesday.

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Collateral benefit: Why self-driving cars owe a lot to Afghan, Iraq wars

The brief history of the self-driving car is parked in Pittsburgh. Robotic vehicles built by students and professors stand sentry on the campus green at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Thailand cancels passports of ousted prime minister

Thailand has the canceled the passports of former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who fled the country last month to evade a prison sentence that she said was politically motivated.

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Indigenous candidate draws surprising support in Mexico

This is what a grass-roots campaign looks like in a country where politics has always been dominated by big spending, corrupt politicians.

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Nuclear Scientists Urge Congress to Protect Iran Deal

More than 90 top American experts in atomic sciences, including a designer of the hydrogen bomb, publicly threw their weight behind the Iran nuclear agreement on Monday, exhorting Congress to preserve the accord in the face of President Trump’s disavowal of it.

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Qatar crisis an existential threat to GCC, says Iran

The Gulf crisis and the blockade imposed on Qatar has “posed a major existential threat” to the GCC, a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.

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Mattis Claims US Military Force Authorizations Must Not Have Geographic Limits

The US Secretary of Defense has said that the new military force authorization should not be geographically constrained because the United States is facing a transnational enemy.

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UK to push for more flexibility in Brexit talks

British officials are concerned that by sticking to the same four-day format for talks, neither side will be able to make a breakthrough in time for the December summit.

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China-backed buyout fund founder charged in U.S. insider trading case

The founder of a private equity firm with Chinese state backing has been charged with insider trading related to the attempted acquisition of Lattice Semiconductor Corp (LSCC.O), U.S. authorities said on Monday.

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Inside White House, a sense of both danger and relief in Mueller’s first moves

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s first charges in his sprawling Russia investigation were a one-two blow that partially caught the White House off guard but also offered a measure of relief, according to several of President Donald Trump’s aides, advisers, lawyers and others close to the case.

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Remaining John F Kennedy files to be released

The hundreds of previously withheld files relating to the 1963 assassination of John F Kennedy have been cleared for release.

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North Korea ‘hacks South Korean warship blueprints’

North Korea stole blueprints of missile-equipped ships and unspecified submarines in a heist last year of classified documents from the world’s biggest shipbuilder, Dong-A Ilbo newspaper reported, citing opposition party lawmaker Kyeong Dae-soo.

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‘Nine bodies and severed heads’ found in house in Tokyo as man arrested

Japanese police have reportedly found nine bodies, including two with their heads severed and dumped in a cool box, in a flat in the Tokyo suburbs.

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New Zealand considers creating climate change refugee visas

New Zealand’s new government is considering creating a visa category to help relocate Pacific peoples displaced by climate change.

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What’s on the agenda for the new Syria peace talks in Astana?

A new round of international talks has been kicked off in Kazakh capital Astana in order to find a peaceful solution to end the Syrian crisis. The conference is being held while according to the various parties involved, Syria is now on the last days of its fight against the terrorists groups.

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