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New cars from Fiat Chrysler and VW will come with up to 6 months of free Apple Music

Two major car manufacturers, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Volkswagen, announced today they will begin to offer free Apple Music subscriptions of up to six months to customers purchasing new vehicles with CarPlay starting on May 1, 2018. The offers are meant to help boost Apple Music subscribers, and arrive shortly after rival Spotify filed to go public. In the U.S., ...

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Gone in 6 minutes: $5mn in cash stolen from cargo plane in spectacular heist

In just six minutes, armed men stole $ 5 million in cash from a Lufthansa cargo plane that made a stop at a freight airport outside Sao Paulo, Brazil, using a bogus security service vehicle, according to local media. The Zurich-bound Lufthansa cargo plane was flying from Guarulhos Airport in Sao Paulo and was making a stop at Viracopos International ...

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Australian-style gun control: Can US really learn from laws Down Under?

In the aftermath of mass shootings in the US, gun control advocates invariably point to Australia as having solved the problem. However, it may not be as simple as copying and pasting legislation to fix the problem. The most recent school shooting at the Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, in which 17 people were killed and 14 injured, ...

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Foreigners suspected of aiding terrorists set to be barred from entering Russia

Any foreigner suspected of aiding terrorist or extremist groups will be banned from entering Russia, according to a new bill prepared by lawmakers representing parliamentary majority party United Russia. Read more The draft amends the existing Russian law on entering and exiting the country that lists five reasons that could lead to an entry ban for a foreigner. These are: ...

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CNN’s vigilantism sends advertisers running from InfoWars

Advertisers are quickly abandoning Alex Jones’ InfoWars channels on YouTube after they discovered their ads were displayed on the controversial channels, courtesy of CNN. CNN claims that big companies like Nike, Acer, Mozilla, Alibaba, Expedia, ClassPass, 20th Century Fox, and others have discovered they had ads playing on the Alex Jones Channel. Now, a number of brands are “blacklisting” InfoWars ...

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How to get away from Mueller: ‘Crazy’ Trump aide refuses subpoena on TV

Is he crazy, or crazy like a fox? One-time Trump aide Sam Nunberg went on every major network to declare that he would not comply with a subpoena by special counsel Robert Mueller, leaving Washington insiders confused. A grand jury subpoena demands Nunberg’s appearance on Friday this week, and seeks documents he has related to the Trump campaign, including emails, ...

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‘It felt like the end of the world’: Terrified passengers flee as roof ripped from airport (VIDEOS)

Passengers at Nanchang Changbei International Airport in China were forced to flee in terror as powerful winds wrenched the roof cladding off the terminal building. Debris rained down on cars below during the dramatic episode. The roof at the entrance to the airport’s Terminal 2 collapsed as gusts reached speeds of 109kph (67 mph) following a torrential downpour at approximately ...

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Russia ready to be cut off from internet with its own web

If Western sanctions go as far as excluding Russia from the world wide web, the country’s own internet is ready, according to the Russian presidential aide on the internet, German Klimenko. Read more “Technically, we are ready for anything now,” he told NTV news channel. However, the shutdown will not be painless, Klimenko added. “Failures always occur when moving from ...

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No country-wide exceptions to US steel tariffs despite protests from allies

US trading partners are clamoring to be exempted from the looming US import taxes on steel and aluminum. Some US officials dismissed the notion, but others hinted that individual firms might be let off. Last week, President Donald Trump announced the US would impose a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports, claiming it ...

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Snow place to hide: Police raid cannabis farm thanks to tip-off from ice-free roof

Police in West Yorkshire raided a large cannabis farm with a little help from the snow (or lack thereof) after officers noticed a home with a remarkably ice-free roof, despite blizzard conditions in the area. Keighley police officers searched the property after noticing the suspicious absence of snow from a rooftop among a row of houses with white-blanketed tiles. Upon ...

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