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Novichok strikes (but doesn't kill) again, and all the old questions re-emerge

By ethan / July 5, 2018

Four months to the day after the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter kicked off a massive blame game and diplomatic crisis, there’s a new chemical incident in the UK. According to officials, it’s Novichok all over again. Two people, this time a British couple in their 40s with no link to Russian intelligence, […]

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Reaching Model 3 production target doesn't solve Tesla's problems

By ethan / July 3, 2018

Tesla pulled out all the stops in the final week of June to meet CEO Elon Musk’s target of making 5,000 Model 3 electric sedans every week. However, employees say the achievement came at the expense of other production. Despite working overtime, during now-mandatory weekend shifts, workers told Reuters they were pulled from other departments, […]

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Macron: It doesn't look like Trump will stay in Iran nuclear deal

By ethan / April 26, 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron believes US President Donald Trump is leaning towards getting the US out of the Iran nuclear deal. The US leader is not ready to go back on his pre-election promise, Macron told media. “”Just like you do, I listen to what President Trump is saying, and it seems to me that […]

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Facebook says it tracks non-users but doesn't ‘sell people's data’

By ethan / April 18, 2018

If you have logged out of your Facebook account – or have never even had one – the US social network giant is still keeping close tabs on you, tracking every virtual move, and there’s nothing you can do about it. David Baser, the company’s product management director, admitted in a recent blog post that […]

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'Islam doesn't belong to Germany': German interior minister talks tough on immigration

By ethan / March 16, 2018

Newly-appointed Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has said that “Islam doesn’t belong to Germany.” The comments contradict previous remarks from his own chancellor, Angela Merkel. Seehofer was sworn-in on Wednesday, following protracted negotiations to form a new German government, and made the remarks in an interview with Bild on Friday. Seehofer, chairman of the Christian Social […]

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