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Syria’s Aleppo rebuilding & getting its industry back on track (VIDEO)

City of Aleppo, once trading and industrial heart of Syria, is slowly coming back to life after years of fighting and occupation by militants who destroyed its industries. Ancient Aleppo has seen years of fighting between the Syrian government forces and various militant groups. In December 2016, all parts of the city were liberated by the Syrian army and locals ...

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Russian lawmakers seek to fast track anti-vandalism bill after ‘Satanic’ church arson

A senior member of the Lower House Committee for Culture has urged her colleagues to speed up the work on anti-vandalism bill after several incidents including a reportedly Satanism-related church fire. “The committee has done all that it should. We have written an expert assessment of the bill and now, so to say, wait for the bill to be put ...

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Trump can listen, but keeps his own opinion on many issues, yet US & Russia on right track – Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed that the Helsinki summit with Donald Trump was more fruitful than expected, stating that the US president is a competent man, who knows how to listen, yet stand his ground. “I did not hold my expectations high, since it’s our first meaningful meeting. It was designed to have a warm-up nature, so that we can ...

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On track: Train link to Crimean Bridge is almost complete

More than 80 percent of railway track to the newly-built bridge linking Russia with Crimea is complete, according to the project’s website. The railroad will link the bridge with the transport system of Crimea and mainland Russia. Construction and installation works are being carried out along the entire length of the route. It is constructed using a continuous welded railroad ...

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US on track to lose trade war with China – economist Stephen Roach

The trade war between the United States and China is unlikely to bring Washington any good results, says Yale University Senior Fellow and former Morgan Stanley Asia chair Stephen Roach. Read more “Trade wars are not easy to win. They’re easy to lose, and the US is on track to lose this trade war,” Roach said in an interview with ...

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The Microsoft Launcher for Android now lets you track your kids’ whereabouts

Microsoft is launching an update to its Android launcher today that gives parents the ability to track their kids’ location. This is one out of a number of parent- and kid-focused announcements the company made today. Others include the ability to block sites in Microsoft Edge on Android and the launch of MSN Kids, a new curated news website for ...

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The Microsoft Launcher for Android now lets you track your kids’ whereabouts

Microsoft is launching an update to its Android launcher today that gives parents the ability to track their kids’ location. This is one out of a number of parent- and kid-focused announcements the company made today. Others include the ability to block sites in Microsoft Edge on Android and the launch of MSN Kids, a new curated news website for ...

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US legalized pot market on track to hit $25bn by 2025

Medical and recreational marijuana sales in the US will reach $ 11.7 billion this year, according to cannabis analytics firm New Frontier Data. It has predicted a 25 percent increase for 2019. Overall, the American legal weed industry could be worth $ 25 billion in seven years, the researcher said. “With a number of states expected to advance cannabis legalization ...

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‘Conspiracy theory’? Homeland Security wants to track journalists & analyze media ‘sentiment’

The US Department of Homeland Security is looking to build a media monitoring database. When some reporters objected, a DHS spokesman dismissed their concerns as fodder for “black helicopter conspiracy theorists.” Service providers who want to bid for the program have until April 13 to submit a capabilities statement, according to the notice posted on the federal contractor website by ...

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Russian scientists learn to ‘track & control desires’

Russian researchers have developed a device capable of identifying desire centers in the brain and, potentially, controlling them. Scientists hope that their non-invasive method will greatly benefit medical science. The superconducting magnetometric method, developed at the Russian Federal Nuclear Center in Sarov, enables the detection of biomagnetic fields without directly penetrating the subject’s brain. To get to the bottom of ...

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