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Forte explosion à Mogadiscio, des victimes — Somalie

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Deux véhicules piégés. L'explosion d'un premier véhicule, garé dans une rue fréquentée de la capitale somalienne dans un quartier qui abrite bâtiments officiels, hôtels et restaurants, a fait au moins vingt morts. Bien que l'attentat n'ait pas encore été revendiqué, il est possible qu'il ait été organisé par les islamistes somaliens shebabs liés à Al-Qaïda qui lancent fréquemment des attaques et attentats-suicides dans Mogadiscio et ses environs. Lire la suite »

Smart/Intelligent Sensors Market Will Generate New Growth Opportunities by 2019

Global Cellphone Image Sensor Market 2017 presents a widespread and elementary study of Cellphone Image Sensor business at the side of the analysis of subjective aspects which is able to give key business insights to the readers. Who are the opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in Advanced Co2 Sensors space? The report points out that increasing application of smart/intelligent sensors in transportation and logistics, military, and surveillance will further augment the ... Lire la suite »

Huawei Nova 2i launched, boasts dual camera on both sides

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The Huawei nova 2i is squarely aimed at selfie shooters but the specs, including tall screen, are pretty impressive. Huawei has left a little space at the bottom of the screen by putting the company's name there but the screen still looks pretty good, especially since it's a $499 phone. Lire la suite »

Iran attacks 9000 email accounts in parliament

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While the full list of those hacked has not been released, it is believed over 30 MPs were compromised. It appears to have been state-sponsored. There is an ongoing investigation into the incident by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the National Crime Agency. Lire la suite »

Cebu Pacific mounts additional flights in response to Iloilo incident

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A Cebu Pacific plane carrying 180 passengers veered off the runway while landing in Iloilo at 11:10 p.m. Friday. In an advisory, Cebu Pacific said it was working with authorities to re-open the runway as soon as possible but as a outcome of the expected duration of the closure, 33 of its scheduled flights for October 14 and 15, respectively, were cancelled. Lire la suite »

All is not well between 'Golmaal Again' co-stars Tabu and Parineeti

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His movie " Golmaal Again " is an action comedy movie, which does not scare the audience and the movie is very amusing. One can only make a sequel if their characters are famous. Ajay Devgn has been in the industry for more than 25 years and is still going strong. He further added, "There are very few family entertainers being made today". Lire la suite »

Young girl falls from cruise ship at Port of Miami

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A couple of hours after the fact, Miami-Dade police Detective Alvaro Zabaleta announced the young lady was dead. Investigators are working closely with the cruise lines personnel to determine the details. "Our most heartfelt care and concern is with the family at this very hard time", said Jennifer de la Cruz, the company's vice president of communications. Lire la suite »

Las Vegas shooting victim, local alum awakens from coma

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Twenty-seven-year-old Tina Frost made her steps without the assistance of nurses Friday. "We are so proud of our Tina, and everyone is amazed at every single movement she makes", the post continued. Frost, 27, graduated from Arundel High School in 2008 and is an accountant with Ernst and Young in San Diego. As for what is next for Tina, Mary says, "The doctors have been talking about Tina's next steps and are discussing other hospitals that will have all the specialists she'll need during ... Lire la suite »

Audrey Azoulay of France elected UNESCO director general

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She began her career in the offices in charge of supporting public broadcasting in France and went on to serve as rapporteur for the French public audit authority, Cour des Comptes, and legal expert for the European Commission in the fields of culture and communication. Lire la suite »

Spain to take control of Catalonia if reply on independence is ambiguous

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Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has given him until Monday to clarify his position - and then until Thursday to change his mind if he insists on a split - threatening to suspend Catalonia's autonomy if he chooses independence . Madrid considers the referendum illegal and does not recognize its results. Mr Rajoy has also said that Spain does not need global mediators to get involved. Lire la suite »

The world's ' most unreachable island ' flights have begun

The ship's final voyage is scheduled for February. The UK-funded airport cost almost 285 million in Sterline (380 million dollars). Further trials were carried out in August and the airport was eventually given the go-ahead to begin operations by South African aviation authorities. Lire la suite »

Nokia 8: a ready reckoner

Optical image stabilisation is limited to the 13MP colour sensor. Nokia is betting big on a new feature called the "bothie" mode, which allows you to click pictures using both the front and rear cameras simultaneously, thereby allowing you to "Share both sides of the story", which also happens to be the Nokia 8's tag line. Lire la suite »

Apple boss says coding more important than English as a second language

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The tech executive made the remarks to French outlet Konbini while in the country for a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron , who has called for tech companies to pay higher taxes in Europe. He explained that programming inspires students of all disciplines to be inventive and experimental. "It is sort of the blend with both of these that you can do such powerful things now", he said. Lire la suite »

Palace: PDEA being 'demonized' by Amnesty International

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It slammed human rights group Amnesty International for criticizing the transfer of authority from the Philippine National Police to the PDEA and calling it as a mere public relations stunt to appease growing opposition. However, the AI said this would have little impact and noted how Duterte pulled out the PNP from the drug war in January due to the killing of South Korean businessman Jee Ick-joo by some members of the PNP inside Camp Crame. Lire la suite »

Boris Johnson to visit Moscow as part of 'robust' dialogue'

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov subsequently met Johnson at the United Nations in September. It is not known whether Mr Johnson will meet president Vladimir Putin. "We will continue to challenge Russia's approach where we disagree, whether that is Russia's actions in Syria or its aggression toward Ukraine. That is all the more reason to be talking to Russian Federation - to manage our differences and cooperate where possible for the security of both our nations and the global ... Lire la suite »

More than 200 migrant children rescued in Med

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Numerous women on board the merchant ship Aquarius reported have experienced sexual abuse and violence in Libya before setting sail for Europe, according to rescue group SOS Mediterranee. "It was very improbable that from today to tomorrow you can stop everyone", she said. The UNHCR said Friday that fierce clashes over the last three weeks near Sabratha, some 80 kilometers (50 miles) west of Tripoli, have stranded 3,000 Libyan families, most of whom have since returned home, and displaced ... Lire la suite »

J&K: Pakistan again violates ceasefire in Poonch's Krishna Ghati Sector

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The Friday's ceasefire violation by Pakistani military comes as the third provocation by the notorious neighbour since past 24 hours. Sepoy TK Reddy, 21, from Obulapuram village in Andhra Pradesh's Prakasam district and defence porter Mohd Zahir, 22, from Kalali village in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district died in the firing, the spokesman said. Lire la suite »

After ripping kneeling NFL, Trump jokes during military ceremony honoring flag

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Referring to the bugle as a "nice sound", Mr Trump asked host Sean Hannity: "Are they playing that for you or for me?" "They're playing that in honor of his ratings", Trump joked. Civilians are required to place their hand over their heart . If a service member is driving a vehicle, he or she will pull over. While members in the audience were seen standing up during the ceremony, Trump did not appear aware of the long standing American tradition. Lire la suite »