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Christchurch Shooting Updates: 40 Are Dead After 2 Mosques Are Hit

Twenty people were killed in two mosque shootings in central Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday, in what Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called "a terrorist attack". • Officials said four people were in custody, and a number of explosive devices were found attached to the vehicles they had stopped. • A Muslim leader in New Zealand said the attack was particularly …

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Addressing Spotify’s Claims – Apple

We believe that technology reaches its true potential when we infuse it with creativity and human ingenuity. Since our early days, we have built our devices, software and services to help artists, musicians, creators and visionaries do what they do best. Sixteen years ago, we launched the iTunes Store with the idea that there should be a reliable place where …

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Mob power-struggle could be brewing, will be ‘all-out war’: reports

The concerns of a "total war" within the crowd are spreading after the apparent blow to Gambino's family crime boss, Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali, outside his home in New York Wednesday night due to "Teflon" Don's delay "John Gotti's brother was released from prison about six months ago," he said Thursday. Since the release of Gene Gotti, 73, in September, …

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From NATO, new proof that Belgium and Germany are pathetic allies

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg released his 2018 report on the alliance on Thursday. It offers new evidence that Belgium and Germany remain exceptionally pathetic NATO allies. This is important because NATO is an alliance on which rests much of the security, prosperity and freedom of the world. Unfortunately, the actions of the Belgians and the Germans continue to betray …

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Oceans soaking up carbon 4 times faster than the 1980s – Axios

What they did: For a new study, published in the journal Science on Thursday, an international research group determined the amount of carbon dioxide absorbed by the oceans. What they found: The study finds that the oceans absorbed more than 100 billion tons of CO2 between 1994 and 2007, which represents about a third of total emissions during that period. …

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