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Saudi's King Salman donates $15m to Rohingya Muslims

Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah, general supervisor of Riyadh-based King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Aid on the situation in Myanmar with the Muslim minority Rohingya refugees that have been forced to flee. Now, in what appears to be a systematic purge, they are being wiped off the map. Security forces and allied mobs carried out retaliation attacks, burning down the homes of thousands of Rohingya Muslims, forcing 417,000 people to flee to neighboring Bangladesh. Lire la suite »

4 things to know about Apple's iOS 11 software update


And the same goes for Bluetooth . The hidden features include customizing the appearance of Control Center , transfer of settings from one device to other, recording on-screen images and sharing the personal Wi-Fi Hotspot. The Bluetooth toggle operates in a similar fashion. However, it creates a lot of vulnerability and might drain the device's battery. You can use it to do things like control media playback, adjust screen brightness, and turn airplane mode off and on. Lire la suite »

Fast & Furious Live coming to Birmingham


The adrenaline-fueled, two-hour show is set to showcase precision performance driving and newly created physics-defying stunts. The Fast and Furious arena tour comes to London's O2 Arena in 2018, with tickets on sale Friday 29 Sep at 9am. Lire la suite »

Iran unveils new ballistic missile

The large ballistic missile, named after Iran's southwestern city of Khorramshahr that bore the brunt of an Iraqi surprise attack in the 1980s, was put on display on a truck in the military parades held in southern Tehran on Friday morning. Lire la suite »

Walmart hosting free health screenings this Saturday


The free health screening event provides local residents an opportunity to learn valuable health information like blood glucose, blood pressure, body mass index, low-priced immunizations and, in select locations, customers can also take advantage of free vision screenings. Lire la suite »

Microsoft and Facebook's transatlantic cable completed


The cable named Marea, which means tide in Spanish , is the highest capacity cable to cross the Atlantic, offering up to 160Tbps. The Marea project is the result of a collaboration between Facebook, Microsoft, and Telxius, a telecommunications infrastructure subsidiary of Telefónica. Lire la suite »

India cross-border firing kills six Pakistani civilians


The victims included Maryam Bibi, Maryam Ashfaq, Maqsud, and Ashraf, according to local officials. "It was also emphasised that no targeted firing on civilians was carried out by Indian troops". Pakistani troops had earlier violated ceasefire on the worldwide border in the Jammu district consecutively for four days. But India has strongly denied Pakistani allegations and said that the incidents of ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops have increased sharply this year. Lire la suite »

Security Council has run out of options concerning North Korea


Days before President Trump's first speech before the U.N. General Assembly, Ms. Haley said that "we've pretty much exhausted all the things we can do at the [U.N.] Security Council at this point". World leaders converging on NY will grapple with confronting North Korea's unrelenting threats and displays of military ability. He says he's going to destroy the United States to ashes and continue to send us gift packages to the United States. Lire la suite »

Ali Bongo Ondimba à l'Assemblée générale de l'ONU


Le chef de l'Etat gabonais a saisi l'occasion pour exposer le plan de relance de l'économie gabonaise, affirmant, notamment, que " le Gabon ne déviera pas de sa trajectoire et (.) que les politiques publiques continueront à s'inscrire dans la logique d'une gestion responsable et durable des ressources". Lire la suite »

Childcare workers taunted, berated boy with autism as he cried under table


Police said at one point, the child gets out from under the table and runs around the room when one of the workers grabs his arms and does a "leg sweep", causing him to fall flat on his back. Neither suspect could be found following the incident once it had been determined that a criminal act had occurred. Kaderrica Smith, 26, Alexus Henderson, 20, allegedly taunted a child under their care, harassing him with derogatory language and kicking him to the ground. Lire la suite »

DGMO to Pakistani counterpart: 'Indian Army reserves right to retaliate along LoC'


The telephonic conversation was initiated by Maj Gen Mirza who claimed the Indian Army was targeting Pakistani civilians in the Jammu sector. Pakistan has urged the Indian side to respect the 2003 ceasefire arrangement, investigate the latest and other incidents of ceasefire breach, and order the Indian forces to respect the ceasefire agreement in letter and spirit and maintain peace along the LoC. Lire la suite »

Une jeune fille au pair française retrouvée morte à Londres


Selon les médias britanniques, le corps pourrait être celui de la jeune fille au pair du couple, Sophie Lionnet, une Française de 21 ans originaire de Troyes. "Une autopsie post-mortem sera réalisée en temps voulu", a-t-elle précisé. "Je n'ai pas revu la jeune femme depuis août dernier". "Nous avons vu de la fumée et senti une odeur bizarre", a déclaré un témoin. Lire la suite »

Korean diplomat to visit Russian Federation for discussion

They suggested a "dual track" approach. Russia's Foreign Ministry said Lavrov and Wang had discussed regional issues, with a focus on North Korea and Syria. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis appeared to support Haley΄s comments, telling Pentagon reporters on Monday that "there are many military options, in concert with our allies" and "that we will take to defend our allies and our own interests". Lire la suite »

Samsung Bixby Voice now available in India


Asim Warsi, Senior Vice President, Mobile Business, Samsung India in a press statement. The research and development of Bixby's voice capabilities for Indian accents was carried out at Samsung Research & Development Institute, Bangalore (SRI-B), the Company's largest R&D facility outside Korea. Lire la suite »

United States police urge neighbours not to call 911 over Halloween puppet


They ask people not to call 911 to report a dead body but instead to congratulate the homeowner on a great display! Officers investigated, only to find it was a puppet stuffed with straw. Most said they're more amazed that the family has Halloween decorations up more than a month before the holiday. The Greene County Sheriff's Office made a decision to warn the public about the prank by adding a little bit of humor - on its Facebook page. Lire la suite »

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Says He No Longer Dreams of Real Madrid Move


Despite his claims he is not worth it, Aubameyang has been consistently hot in form since signing for the Bundesliga giants in 2013 from St Etienne. Real had been tipped to make a late move for the 28-year-old after Mbappe chose to remain in France and join Paris Saint-Germain on loan with a view to completing a permanent move to the Parc des Princes in 2018 for £166m. Lire la suite »

Avast: CCleaner malware similar to China's APT17 attacks


It was first understood that hackers have added malware in the famous PC software CCleaner but the target was not CCleaner, the target was the most known tech companies around the world. That suggests the breach, disclosed on Monday, was far more serious than initially described by Piriform , maker of the infected CCleaner utility and now a part of Prague-based Avast Software. Lire la suite »

North Korea testing H-bomb would be 'crazy' says Barnaby Joyce

Mr Trump also called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "Rocket man". "Now North Korea's reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles threatens the entire world with unthinkable loss of human life", Trump said . While the executive order could affect businesses throughout the world, Trump emphasized that it's squarely aimed at Pyongyang. So. If you want me, I'll be in my basement, lining the shelves with canned food and prepping my water filtration system. Lire la suite »

Watch the iPhone 8 Get Torched and Bent in Torture Video


Moving on to the perennial bend test, the new iPhone passed with flying colors, showing no sign of flex even with the glass sandwich design. Apple touts the glass on this year's iPhone as the strongest ever employed in a smartphone, and the video seems to back up that claim, at least to a certain degree. Lire la suite »

Trump says decision made on Iran deal, won't say what it is

Trump "has not shared that decision (about the future of the deal) with anyone externally", including British Prime Minister Theresa May, who asked, Tillerson said. He also warned that Mr Trump's threats to exit the Iran nuclear accord would make the world more unsafe, and said brandishing military threats against North Korea was "impetuous" and counter-productive. Lire la suite »