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United States Urges China to Cut off Crude Oil Supply to North Korea, Isolate Kim Jong-un

United States Urges China

Washington : The United States on Wednesday requested China to cut off crude oil supply to North Korea. It also asked all the countries to isolate Kim Jong-un by cutting off all the diplomatic ties with the country. The development came a day after North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) leaving if Washington DC could be within Kin Jong’s ...

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Hafiz Saeed’s JuD to contest 2018 Pakistan general election

Hafiz Saeed’s JuD

Lahore : Mumbai terror attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed has confirmed that his banned outfit Jammat-ud-Dawah will foray into Pakistan’s political scene by contesting the 2018 general elections under the banner of Milli Muslim League, which is yet to be registered with the country’s election commission. Saeed, who was under house arrest since January this year, walked free on November 24 after ...

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Facebook trains artificial intelligence to spot suicidal signs

Facebook trains

SAN FRANCISCO : Facebook has said stepping up the use of artificial intelligenceto identify members of the leading social network who may be thinking of suicide. Software will look for clues in posts or even in videos being streamed at Facebook Live, then fire off reports to human reviewers and speed up alerts to responders trained to help, according to the ...

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Victoria first Australia state to legalise euthanasia

Victoria first

MELBOURNE : An Australian state Wednesday became the first in the country tolegalise assisted dying, or euthanasia , with lawmakers voting to allow terminally ill patients the right to request a lethal drug to end their lives. The legislation, which takes effect from June 2019, was passed in Victoria after 100 hours of often fiery debate, making it the only place ...

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India fight back but not enough vs England; Belgium, Spain register upset wins

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bhubaneshwar : India took their own sweet time to wake up from the blissful trance they seemed to have gone into after having pushed world champions Australia to the limit on the first day. But just as the spectators screamed their loudest to egg the hosts towards victory, Sam Ward’s stunning on-the-turn strike into the far corner burst the bubble ...

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