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Trump says ‘I would,’ WSJ says ‘I do,’ in battle over N. Korea quote (POLL)

Donald Trump is calling out the Wall Street Journal for misquoting him on his relationship with North Korea, with the US President insisting that he really said, ‘I’d probably have a good relationship with Kim Jong Un.’ In tweets, Trump accused the outlet of creating ‘Fake News’ over his interview, adding that he believed the WSJ knew what he meant ...

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Apple says iCloud China data migration notice sent to some users in error

Apple says that an email sent to users with Apple IDs with locations not set to China that their iCloud data was being moved to a Chinese company’s servers was done so accidentally. The Cupertino tech giant had announced Wednesday that next month it will begin the process of moving Chinese users’ iCloud data to servers hosted in China by ...

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Qatar's foreign minister says Gulf crisis is all over a woman

Qatar’s Foreign Minister has made the extraordinary claim that the diplomatic crisis in the gulf was all brought about by a dispute over a woman renewing her passport. Speaking on Qatari national television Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman al-Thani said that the country’s refusal to extradite the wife of an Emirati opposition figure led to the UAE taking an aggressive ...

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'Sanctimonious': Oprah is 'part of the problem,' ignored Weinstein misconduct, says Seal

As Oprah’s supporters urge her to challenge Donald Trump in the 2020 election, Seal has made clear he isn’t a fan. The singer called the TV star “sanctimonious” and accused her of ignoring Harvey Weinstein’s misconduct. Seal publicly slammed the American TV megastar on Instagram. The singer posting two photos of Oprah, one showing her kissing Weinstein on the cheek. ...

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Threat of terrorist drone attacks is real, says Russian military after assault on base in Syria

Published time: 11 Jan, 2018 13:13 Edited time: 11 Jan, 2018 13:43 Terrorists have acquired advanced drone technologies and are now capable of launching attacks all over the world, the Russian Defense Ministry has warned, following an assault on Russian bases in Syria. Read more The threat of terrorists using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for attacks is not an unlikely ...

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Jimmy Iovine says he’s not leaving Apple

Last week, Billboard reported Jimmy Iovine, the person who sold Beats to Apple in 2014, was set to leave Apple in August. Well, Iovine says that’s not true, Variety reports. In a conversation with Variety, Iovine noted that there’s more Apple Music and Beats would like to do, saying he’s “committed to doing whatever Eddy [Cue], Tim [Cook] and Apple” ...

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‘Mom wanted me to be Hunter Trapper Fisher’, says guy whose ‘unbelievable’ name was changed by TV

Published time: 8 Jan, 2018 10:01 Edited time: 8 Jan, 2018 10:16 Hunter Fisher from Atlanta, whose name was replaced by a local channel with a supposedly more believable one for a street New Year’s Eve interview, shared his amusement with RT at the mess-up and at how fast it went international. Fisher was interviewed by WSBTV on New Year’s ...

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Trump says Rand Paul’s call to end all US aid to Pakistan ‘a good idea’

Published time: 6 Jan, 2018 11:21 US President Donald Trump praised a bill that Senator Rand Paul plans to introduce, aiming to cut all US aid to Pakistan, after the US State Department conditionally withheld security funding to the country. “Good idea Rand!” Trump tweeted Friday night, sharing a video of Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) promoting his bill to eliminate ...

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Google says it sold a Google Home device every second since October 19

Google today announced that it sold “tens of millions of Google devices for the home” over the course of the last year and that it sold “more than one Google Home device every second since Google Home Mini started shipping in October.” With roughly 6.75 million seconds since October 19 (the day the Home Mini officially went on sale), chances ...

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Freemasons are discriminated against, says leader amid claims group is blocking police reform

Published time: 5 Jan, 2018 09:45 Freemasons in England are forced to be secretive because they are discriminated against, said leader David Staples. This week, Masons in the police were accused of covering up for fellow members and favoring them for promotion. Staples, chief executive of the United Grand Lodge of England, wrote a letter to a number of UK ...

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