Daily Archives: November 10, 2017

Crunch Report | Musical.ly to sell for at least $800 million

Today’s Stories China’s Toutiao is buying Musical.ly in a deal worth $ 800M-$ 1B Uber loses UK tribunal appeal over driver employment rights Uber ‘Express POOL’ offers the cheapest fare if you’ll walk a little Facebook relaunches Events app as Facebook Local, adds bars and food Credits Written by: MRDHosted by: MRDFilmed by: Chris GatesEdited by: Chris Gates Let’s block ads! (Why?) Facebook – ...

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Mistrial declared in Texas biker shootout, ‘victory’ for gang leader

A federal judge has declared a mistrial in the case of Christopher “Jake” Carrizal, the first biker to stand trial for his involvement in a 2015 shootout that left nine dead and 20 injured. The jury deadlocked with one juror refusing to change his mind. The jury spent more than 14 hours deliberating before they sent a note to McLennan ...

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Mysterious ‘green line of death’ appears on some iPhone X displays

It wouldn’t be the launch of a first-generation Apple product without a few hiccups — who can forget Antennagate and Bendgate? — and the iPhone X is no different. A handful of users report that a mysterious and inextinguishable green line has appeared on their device’s display. The above images, from Twitter users mix0mat0sis, Nate Heagy and Christian Roman, represent ...

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Erdogan rejects ‘moderate Islam’ as a Western tool to weaken Muslims

The idea of ‘moderate Islam’ was invented by the West and is being used to weaken the ancient religion, Turkey’s President Recep Erdogan has said in reference to Saudi Arabia’s reforms, while also lashing out at the EU’s “discrimination” of Muslims. Last month, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, vowed to restore “moderate” Islam to the kingdom ...

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‘Tainted by association’: CIA whistleblower says progressives kicked him off EU panel (VIDEO)

John Kiriakou, a former CIA counterterrorism officer, has told RT America that he was kicked off a panel at the European Parliament because a fellow panelist objected to his association with Russia as a Sputnik Radio host. Kiriakou, who spent two-and-a-half years in jail for exposing the CIA’s torture program in 2007, was invited to address the European Parliament on ...

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Epileptic girl sues Sessions to legalize medical marijuana nationwide

A 12-year-old girl suffering from epilepsy is suing Attorney General Jeff Sessions in order to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes on the federal level. A motion by the US government to dismiss her case has been denied. Alexis Bortell, 12, was  joined by four other plaintiffs in her lawsuit, filed in US District Court in the Southern District of New ...

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US Olympic champion gymnast Aly Raisman reveals sexual abuse by team doctor

Published time: 11 Nov, 2017 00:13 Edited time: 11 Nov, 2017 00:22 Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman is the second of the so-called ‘Fierce Five’ medal-winning squad to reveal that she was sexually abused by the USA Gymnastics team doctor. Three-time gold medalist Raisman spoke out about the abuse in an interview with ‘60 Minutes’ which will air Sunday. “I ...

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Amazon’s Echo Spot might not arrive by Christmas [Updated]

A number of customers who pre-ordered Amazon’s new Echo Spot smart alarm clock are now being told the product’s ship date has been pushed back. Emails sent to customers inform them that “unfortunately, the release date for the item listed below has changed,” and then provides a new delivery estimate based on that revised date. [SEE UPDATE BELOW] However, the ...

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Soros-backed ‘ranked amateurs’ forge RT contributor’s signature under anti-Russia declaration

RT columnist Bryan MacDonald, a Moscow professor, and the mysterious “Bumfrey McDoogle from the School of Hard Knox” are just some of the people that appeared on an anti-Kremlin petition by the increasingly gaffe-prone European Values think tank. The distinctly named ‘Prague Declaration’ proposes “seven urgent steps the democratic West must take to now to stop Russian aggression” declaring that its document ...

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Resident of 9-story block suspected of setting up deadly explosion out of ‘personal animosity’

Published time: 10 Nov, 2017 23:37 A man who has lived in an apartment block that partially collapsed in the Russian city of Izhevsk has been detained on suspicion of intentionally setting up the explosion that killed at least seven people and left dozens homeless. The suspect, Aleksandr Kopytov, lived with his mother in a flat that is believed to ...

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