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Russia’s Internet disconnect plan is not what it appears to be

R ussia has a plan to temporarily disconnect its Internet servers from international servers and traffic. This is not about computer security. Instead, it is a move destined to scare the West into thinking that Russia is preparing for war. As reported by ZDNet, the disconnection test follows a law passed last December that required Russian telecommunications companies to "install" …

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Chelsea Clinton defends Omar, says Trump never said sorry for ‘white nationalism’ embrace

On Tuesday Chelsea Clinton summoned Vice President Mike Pence for saying that Rep. Ilhan Omar's apology for previous anti-Semitic Twitter messages was "inadequate" and blew President Trump for defaming the government. ;hate. Clinton, who was critical of Omar's tweets, posting that "we should expect that all elected officials, regardless of the party, and all public figures do not trade in …

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Foot washes up in British Columbia; it’s the 15th since 2007

One foot found inside a new Nike running shoe in September is the 15th discovered in the area since 2007. The coroner service in the Canadian province has not been able to identify who still belongs to and Monday asked for help from the public. "We do not see any indication that there is any suspicion of improper play," said …

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North Korea may choose to follow Vietnam’s economic model

The gradual path to the development of the Southeast Asian nation is inherently appealing to Kim, said Fitch Solutions in a January report Vietnam began receiving assistance from the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank over the years & # 39; 90 after the beginning of the reforms. This was followed by significant foreign investment in the mid-2000s and …

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Australia to Allow Medical Evacuation for Nauru and Manus Island Detainees

SYDNEY, Australia – On Wednesday, the Australian Parliament passed legislation that would allow some asylum seekers to be detained in remote Pacific islands to come to Australia for medical treatment, a blow to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who was strongly opposed to the measure [19659002] Under the offshore detention policy in Australia, asylum seekers seeking to reach the country by …

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Trade war: Trump ‘could extend’ deadline for deal with China

Image copyright Getty Images The president of the United States Donald Trump said he could extend the March 1 deadline to reach a trade agreement with China if they are making good progress. Chinese and US officials will hold high-level talks this week to stop their damaging trade war. US officials have previously said that March 1 was a difficult …

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US-China trade, currencies and oil in focus

U.S .. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he was ready to postpone the March 2 deadline for tariffs if Washington and Beijing can soon reach a trade agreement. Trump has eased his position on the trade battle with China, saying that it is open to let the deadline run, but "I would rather not do it". He also said …

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