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U.K. sleet disrupts air and highway travel

LONDON — Snow caused transport disruptions opposite executive England and northern Wales on Sunday, education flights, shutting down roads and triggering traffic accidents. Birmingham, London Stansted and London Luton airports fast dangling flights as runways were cleared. The airports suggested passengers to hit their airlines to check the standing of flights. Heathrow Airport just outward London, the busiest airport in …

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Three arrested after Molotov cocktail attack at Swedish synagogue

Three people were arrested after a synagogue in Sweden was pounded with Molotov cocktails Saturday night.  About two dozen people were attending a girl party inside the synagogue in Gothenburg when suspects threw blazing bottles against the building, police told the Goteborgs-Posten. The kids inside took retreat in the basement, according to a mom who spoke to Expressen. Her daughter …

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Qatar purchases Typhoon warrior jets in $8B understanding with UK company

LONDON — British aerospace company BAE Systems has concluded to sell 24 Typhoon warrior planes to Qatar as partial of a 6 billion bruise ($8 billion) understanding with European invulnerability contractors. British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson announced the understanding after contracts were sealed Sunday in Doha, the Qatari capital. The agreement also includes the sale of Brimstone and Meteor missiles …

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In Your Face

China has been building what it calls “the world’s biggest camera notice network”. Across the country, 170 million CCTV cameras are already in place and an estimated 400 million new ones will be commissioned in the next 3 years. Many of the cameras are propitious with synthetic intelligence, including facial recognition technology. The BBC’s John Sudworth has been given singular …

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Wild elephant attacks a bus

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Caught up in Lebanon rip gas clashes

Protests in the Lebanese collateral Beirut against US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the collateral of Israel have incited nauseous again, with youths throwing stones at the US embassy. The BBC’s Martin Patience reports from the stage as police use rip gas to sunder the crowd.

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Johnson’s talks on jailed Briton in Iran ‘worthwhile’

Image copyright EPA Image caption Boris Johnson resolved his revisit to Iran with a assembly with President Rouhani UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has had a “worthwhile visit” to Iran and met President Hassan Rouhani on a second day of talks in the country. A Foreign Office orator pronounced both “spoke forthrightly” on several issues, including the case of jailed …

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Sudan women in trousers: No obscenity charges

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Sudanese women risk detain if their garments are deemed provocative by police. File image Charges of obscenity have been forsaken against 24 women who were held wearing trousers at a party nearby the Sudanese capital, Khartoum. The entertainment was raided by probity police on Wednesday. If convicted, the women could have faced punishment of …

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German spy group warns of Chinese Linkedin espionage

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Germany’s domestic comprehension organisation says China used Linkedin to aim at slightest 10,000 people China is using feign LinkedIn profiles to accumulate information on German officials and politicians, the German comprehension organisation (BfV) has said. The organisation alleges that Chinese comprehension used the networking site to aim at slightest 10,000 Germans, presumably to partisan …

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Nobel Peace Prize leader Ican warns nuclear fight ‘a pretension away’

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Ican’s executive executive Beatrice Fihn (right) pronounced nuclear disaster may be a “tantrum away” The universe faces a “nuclear crisis” from a “bruised ego”, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (Ican) has warned in an apparent anxiety to US-North Korea tensions. Accepting the Nobel Peace Prize on Sunday, Ican’s executive executive Beatrice Fihn pronounced …

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