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Facebook is expected Monday to begin notifying users whether their personal information may have been mined by Cambridge Analytica. The company said users would have the opportunity to use the link to delete apps and prevent them from collecting more information.
  • Betsy DeVos to Oklahoma teachers: 'Serve the students'

    Betsy DeVos to Oklahoma teachers: 'Serve the students'

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    Teachers are seeking more funding for their students and classrooms. "I think they thought we were not going to come out in the forces that we did, especially throughout the week. Continuing to support the education walkout is critical to ensure we have a long-term impact. "We realize how hard this is for our community and would rather allow them to prepare through Tuesday, as opposed to day-to-day", Gray said in a statement.
  • Cam Newton not injured in collision with dump truck

    Cam Newton not injured in collision with dump truck

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    Neither the 28-year-old National Football League star nor the driver of the trash-hauling vehicle wished to file a police report, according to the Atlanta Police Department. The accident left Newton's truck landed on its side. The 28-year-old Newton suffered two fractured bones in his back in that incident, which caused him to be hospitalized and miss a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • Facebook will start alerting users caught up in Cambridge Analytica data scandal

    Facebook will start alerting users caught up in Cambridge Analytica data scandal

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    In addition, the tens of millions of users whose data might have been shared with Cambridge Analytica reportedly will receive a more detailed message. Facebook Canada said on Wednesday that more than 600,000 Canadians had their data "improperly shared" with Cambridge Analytica. Meanwhile, whistle-blower Christopher Wylie, who exposed the data breach, said the number of affected Facebook users could exceed 8.7 crore and that their data could be stored on servers in Russia, CNBC reported.
  • UN Security Council to meet over alleged Syrian chemical weapons attack

    UN Security Council to meet over alleged Syrian chemical weapons attack

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    The alleged attack in the town of Douma occurred late on Saturday amid a resumed offensive by Syrian government forces after the collapse of a truce with the Army of Islam rebel group. The United Nations Security Council will meet Monday about the alleged attack, after nine countries demanded an urgent session. The Russian foreign ministry warned against any military action on the basis of "invented and fabricated excuses", saying this could lead to severe consequences.
  • Macron condemns Syria chemical attacks in call with Trump

    Macron condemns Syria chemical attacks in call with Trump

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    Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron have agreed to coordinate a "strong, joint response" to the chemical attack in a Syrian suburb this weekend, in which at least 48 people were killed. Opposition-linked first responders, known as the White Helmets, and other activist groups said toxic gas inside barrel bombs dropped by a helicopter over Douma, near Damascus, late on April 7 caused people to suffocate and choke.
  • USA 'not involved' in strike on Syrian airfield near Homs

    USA 'not involved' in strike on Syrian airfield near Homs

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    U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Sunday that the United States and eight other countries called for an emergency meeting Monday of the U.N. "Iran and the [Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps' special unit] Quds Force for some time have been operating the T-4 Air Base in Syria next to Palmyra, with support from the Syrian military and with permission from the Syrian regime", the Israel Defense Forces said in a statement at the time .
  • USA sanctions not to affect Trump's meeting with Putin

    USA sanctions not to affect Trump's meeting with Putin

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    According to the explanations of the Ministry of Finance, assets of all 24 of these people and 14 organizations, if any, are subject to USA jurisdiction, are subject to freezing. Russia's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that no pressure could make Russian change its course and that the sanctions will only unite Russian society.
  • CWG 2018: India's women's TT team clinches maiden Gold

    CWG 2018: India's women's TT team clinches maiden Gold

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    Manika Batra has been a top Twitter trend since she secured India its first-ever Team Gold in the Games. India women's table tennis team entered the finals after defeating England 3-0. India soon got to a 2-1 lead with the doubles duo of Sathiyan Gnanasekaran and Harmeet registering a brilliant come-from-behind win against Xue Jie Pang and Shao Feng Ethan Poh 8-11, 11-7, 11-9, 11-8.
  • Facebook suspends data firm in wake of privacy scandal

    Facebook suspends data firm in wake of privacy scandal

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    Cubeyou's website says it has more than 10 million "panelists" contributing consumer opinions, interests and traits throughout the US and that it's used by more than 1 500 marketers. "As part of this process we will also tell people if their information may have been improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica", the company said last week.
  • Trump Calls Out 'Animal Assad' For Suspected Chemical Attack

    Trump Calls Out 'Animal Assad' For Suspected Chemical Attack

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    Damascus and its allies have denounced the accusations, with the Syrian regime brushing them off as an "unconvincing broken record". In 2013, the U.S. Trump said in his series of Sunday tweets. Asked whether the U.S. could again respond with a missile strike , White House homeland security adviser Tom Bossert told ABC television: "I wouldn't take anything off the table".
  • Israeli aircraft were in the sky during missile attack on Syrian airfield

    Israeli aircraft were in the sky during missile attack on Syrian airfield

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    Forces from regime backers Russian Federation and Iran, as well as fighters from the Lebanese Hezbollah militia, are known to have a presence at the base, said Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman. Pentagon outright denied the claim, stating Washington was not conducting airstrikes in Syria "at this time". "Many dead, including women and children, in mindless CHEMICAL attack in Syria", Mr Trump wrote, lashing out at Russia's Vladimir Putin , a key ally of Mr Assad.
  • Asch (XAS) Price Hits $0.48 on Top Exchanges

    Asch (XAS) Price Hits $0.48 on Top Exchanges

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    Asch (CURRENCY:XAS) traded 0.7% lower against the U.S. dollar during the 24-hour period ending at 11:00 AM E.T. on March 15th. According to 2 analysts could reach $1.19278233514835. The official message board for Asch is bbs.asch.io . Ardor's official Twitter account is @ArdorPlatform and its Facebook page is accessible here. Asch's official website is www.asch.io .
  • Several dead after missiles hit airfield in Homs

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    The EU said it was "highly regrettable" that Russian Federation vetoed in November the extension of a panel that the UN Security Council set up in 2015 to determine who was behind an earlier suspected chemical attack . White House homeland security and counterterrorism adviser Thomas Bossert refused to rule out the possibility of a USA missile strike, saying earlier Sunday, "I wouldn't take anything off the table".
  • NA Has $3.31 Million Stake in Enbridge (ENB)

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    Cumberland Partners Ltd who had been investing in Enbridge Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $51.61B market cap company. M Holdings Securities Inc. For a total of 1.35M shares it increased its holding in Kinder Morgan Inc. Since March 7, 2018, it had 0 insider buys, and 5 sales for $3.49 million activity.
  • CWG 2018: Mehuli Ghosh wins 10m air rifle silver, Apurvi Chandela bronze

    CWG 2018: Mehuli Ghosh wins 10m air rifle silver, Apurvi Chandela bronze

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    Defending champion Apurvi Chandela added a bronze to India's tally after finishing third in the women's air rifle finals with 225.3. Earlier, Apurvi set a new CWG record of 423.2 to clinch the top spot in the qualifying stage. In the final shot, Veloso shot a 10.4 leaving Apurvi needing a flawless score to tie with Veloso. Ghosh, 17, forced a shoot-off with a stunning 10.9 in her last shot to cut Veloso's 0.5 lead.
  • Saudi Crown Prince arrives in Paris

    Saudi Crown Prince arrives in Paris

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    With the announcement of Vision 2030, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has already begun to experience significant economic and social transformation attracting increased worldwide investment and business partnerships, as well as, boosting domestic job creation.
  • McMurray avoids misfortune to score season-high third at Texas

    McMurray avoids misfortune to score season-high third at Texas

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    Busch stayed in front of Kevin Harvick the last 24 laps after the final restart. Johnson was caught up in an incident involving seven cars coming off the backstretch on the first lap after the restart following the end of Stage 2 . Kyle Busch was slipping back through the field after not getting up to speed. Ryan Blaney qualified fourth, then went out and won the Xfinity Series My Bariatric Solutions 300 on Saturday.
  • Abbas says gained't return to Gaza except Hamas cedes management

    Abbas says gained't return to Gaza except Hamas cedes management

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    The march followed a second week of deadly clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces at the Gaza border, where thousands of demonstrators gathered at the border to protest against an Israeli blockade. Quoting partners on the ground, a United Nations spokesperson said today that supplies of essential drugs and medical disposables are running low at health facilities in the enclave while an ongoing electricity crisis that has hampered the functioning of hospitals.
  • Did Cambridge Analytica get your data? You'll know soon

    Did Cambridge Analytica get your data? You'll know soon

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    He also said Facebook would begin requiring people who want to run ads on the social network addressing political issues to verify their identity and location. Sandberg's remarks come days before Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to testify before Congress next week amidst the fallout from the data scandal .
  • Trump Blames Obama for Suspected Chemical Attack in Syria

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    The alleged chemical attack, denied by both the Syrian government and Russian Federation, occurred late Saturday amid new attacks on the last rebel enclave in eastern Ghouta . "Imagine, people were cooking for their kids next to corpses". "There is not a good or a bad war, and nothing can justify such instruments that exterminate defenseless people and populations", the pope said.
  • Dozens Killed In Alleged Chemical Attack In Syria

    Dozens Killed In Alleged Chemical Attack In Syria

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    He blamed Russian Federation and Iran for backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who he referred to as "Animal Assad". Both the Joint Chiefs of Staff and CENTCOM, the United States forces in the Middle East, were compiling target lists and attack options to be presented to Trump and his national security team within hours, the officials said.
  • Jose Mourinho: 'One of Pep Guardiola or Mino Raiola is lying'

    Jose Mourinho: 'One of Pep Guardiola or Mino Raiola is lying'

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    They already played 32 matches in the season where won highest 27 of them which makes them the top position of EPL point table. "The loss from last season is still in my mind". It was not the end of the world, Manchester United didn't finish. "I think there's no better feeling than to score that victor in a derby and obviously make up for the first goal, which was my mistake", added the England worldwide.
  • School Funding Legislation Passes

    School Funding Legislation Passes

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    Their rancorous final days of debate highlighted deep divisions among top Republicans. But the Republican leaders who hired the consultants were stunned last week when the resulting report said improving schools might cost as much as $2 billion a year, depending on how ambitious its goals are.
  • Syrian media: Major air base struck by missile attack overnight

    Syrian media: Major air base struck by missile attack overnight

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    Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron spoke by phone and vowed a "strong, joint response" to the suspected chemical attack that killed dozens, the White House said Sunday. Israel has struck Syrian army locations many times in the course of the conflict, hitting convoys and bases of Iranian-backed militias that fight alongside Syrian President Bashar al Assad's forces.
  • Yosemite Valley Re-Opening At Noon

    Yosemite Valley Re-Opening At Noon

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    The lake level stayed below 800 feet (244 meters) and inflows were tapering off, the California Department of Water Resources said. Forecasters say the Merced River at Pohono Bridge at the entrance to the park is expected to rise close to 15 feet.
  • Malcolm Turnbull regrets poll remark, says his party supports him

    Malcolm Turnbull regrets poll remark, says his party supports him

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    In 87 newspolls I fell behind once. The man who had had to wear the 30-poll yoke back in 2015, former Prime Minister Abbott yesterday began his 21st Pollie Pedal from Melbourne to Cooma raising money for the Soldier On charity. Asked directly whether he supported Turnbull as leader, Abbott loyalist Eric Abetz made it clear he believed using Newspoll as a marker was "inappropriate" both then and now.
  • Mechanic has leg broken by auto during errant pit stop

    Mechanic has leg broken by auto during errant pit stop

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    A tweet from Ferrari later said the mechanic has suffered two fractured bones. The Ferrari team had also been fined $6,140 for an unsafe pit release during practice less than 48 hours earlier. A mechanic breaks his leg as a vehicle runs into him. 'Unfortunately he got hurt but my job is to go when the light goes green. But it went all wrong when he came in for that unfortunate change of tyres.
  • Florida woman blames cocaine in purse on windy day

    Florida woman blames cocaine in purse on windy day

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    Instead, WPLG reported 26-year-old Kennecia Posey claims the wind was to blame for the drug that was found in her purse. According to the police report, an officer approached the vehicle and smelled an odor of marijuana coming from inside.
  • Ghana's President breaks silence on Ghana-US military agreement

    Ghana's President breaks silence on Ghana-US military agreement

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    He was addressing hundreds of supporters who turned out for the NDC's unity walk in Wa, the Upper West Regional Capital. Meanwhile, leading members of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have described the address as empty, saying it did not address the concerns of Ghanaians.
  • OCPD: Man arrested after forcing woman into auto on campus

    OCPD: Man arrested after forcing woman into auto on campus

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    Addressing a press conference in Khairpur, the husband of the deceased woman revealed that the victim was taken away from his house six months ago by her family on the assurance that they would not hurt her and would bring her back after the delivery of their second child.
  • U.S. hits Russian oligarchs, senior officials with new sanctions

    U.S. hits Russian oligarchs, senior officials with new sanctions

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    The measures included the freezing of assets. Russia has promised retribution for new USA sanctions that were slapped on seven Russian oligarchs and 17 Russian government officials on Friday. Mueller has indicted 13 Russians and three organizations in his probe. Top American lawmakers welcomed the sanctions on Russian Federation. The action is taken under the Executive Order (E.O.) 13661 and E.O.
  • State Police CID investigating ADC officer involved shooting

    State Police CID investigating ADC officer involved shooting

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    The Virginia State Police is investigating an officer involved shooting that occurred overnight in Danville . Officer Isidro Urias Mora gave Acosta commands to get out of the vehicle. A Cathedral City man is dead after an officer-involved shooting early Sunday morning on Ortega Road and near Wishing Well Trail. The unidentified man was taken to Desert Regional Hospital where he died of his injuries.
  • Pentagon rejects USA plan to leave Syria as 'rumors'

    Pentagon rejects USA plan to leave Syria as 'rumors'

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    The director of the Pentagon's Joint Staff said on Thursday that us military policy toward fighting Islamic State militants in Syria remains the same following discussions with President Donald Trump this week. Another concern is that coalition operations against the Islamic State have paused. Mattis floated a one-year withdrawal as an alternative. The president had spoken.
  • Skripal's case: U.S. introduces bill on sanctions against Russian Federation

    Skripal's case: U.S. introduces bill on sanctions against Russian Federation

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    Among them is Kirill Shamalov, who is married to Putin's daughter Katerina Tikhonova. As we reported earlier, the USA imposed new sanctions against Russian oligarchs and companies on April 6. On Friday, the United States struck at the heart of President Vladimir Putin's inner circle, stoking a diplomatic crisis that some have dubbed a new Cold War.