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Video Appears To Show Russia Arming Taliban, Undermining US In Afghanistan


Two groups of Taliban, situated in the north and west of the war-torn country, say the weapons were supplied by Russian government sources. Mattis said the USA was "going to have to confront Russian Federation where what they're doing is contrary to worldwide law", adding that "any weapons being funneled here from a foreign country would be a violation of global law". Read More »

Belfast's B-Secur raises £3.5m to transform infosec in a heartbeat


And now tech company B-Secur is hoping to bring its know-how to new markets after winning investment funding of £3.5m from private investors as well as the Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Growth Funds. "We are thrilled to gain the backing of ADV, Kernel and others". The development of its new ECG software is a move forward for the biometrics industry - expected to be worth over $35bn by 2021. Read More »

Hot Mic Catches GOP Senator Slamming 'Unattractive' Congressman Who Ripped Her


Collins, along with Republican Sens. After the meeting, Collins reportedly did not turn her microphone off before turning to her colleague for a very candid conversation about Trump, and other lawmakers. "Senator Reed was just letting Senator Collins know he's in her corner", Unruh said in an email. Republican infighting has been as much a hurdle in the legislative process as-maybe more than-Democratic resistance, with one House representative, Blake Farenthold , saying he'd duel with ... Read More »

DC's Rule Requiring a "Good Reason" to Carry a Gun Struck Down


Supreme Court on the right to bear arms. The ruling is at odds with other federal courts that have generally limited the right to gun possession outside the home. Though the Court has previously secured the right to possess a firearm in the home for self-defense, it has avoiding cases concerned open and concealed carry laws. Read More »

Team Canada Moves Ahead Without NHL Players


Hockey Canada also named Willie Desjardins head coach of the squad that will try to win a third consecutive gold medal. "The faces on our Team Canada rosters may be different than in previous years, but the expectations will be the same; with the addition of Sean, Martin, Willie, Dave, Scott, and Craig, we have assembled some of the best hockey minds out there to help us meet those expectations of on-ice success". Read More »

Warrant: Woman slapped squad vehicle before cop fatally shot Ruszczyk


While it is unknown who placed the signs , they are an apparent reference to the shooting of 40-year-old Diamond by a police officer recently after calling 911 to report a possible attack behind her home. Officer Matthew Harrity has told investigators that he and Noor were " startled " by a loud noise before Noor opened fire on Damond though the open window of their squad auto. Read More »

Teen girl, 19, 'raped and murdered after relationship with Arab man'


The suspected so-called "honour" killing happened in a £1.5 million London house, and the body of Celine Dookhran was found with the throat slit, The Times reports . Another accused Vincent Tappu, 28, charged with the kidnap of both the women. The 21-year-old was admitted to hospital with stab wounds and gashes on the evening on July 19, where she alerted the police about Dookhran. Read More »

We refuse to believe it was accidental death: High Court


Justice Jadhav said, "You do not see seriousness until court tells you". On Monday, when a prosecutor Mankuvar Deshmukh submitted that Shettye was rushed to the hospital within 15 minutes of another inmate informing the staff at 6.30 pm on June 23, of her having fallen in the bathroom and lain there unconscious, Justice Jadhav asked her what she was driving at. Read More »

Moscow insists it didn't order banker to meet with Kushner


Before appearing Mr Kushner issued an 11-page statement in which he denied having colluded with Russian Federation to try and influence the 2016 election. "I actually emailed an assistant from the meeting after I had been there for 10 or so minutes and wrote , "Can u pls (short for please) call me on my cell?" "We had no discussion about the sanctions imposed by the Obama administration", Kushner said in his statement. Read More »

Drugged driving arrest for driver of very suspicious vehicle


It was not disclosed why or how the ax got on the roof. The suspicious vehicle was towed. A 21-year-old man was found driving a vehicle with no license plates, no windshield, no doors with an axe stuck in the roof, according to the Wyoming County Sheriff's Office. Read More »

Brothers rob 20 cash machines in Italy donning Trump masks


According to PTI, the two brothers have been arrested on the suspicion of carrying out the crime near Italian city of Turin, it said. They managed to raid the machines of 100,000 euros during the heists, it said. The Italian Police has however said that brothers were inspired by the 1997 Hollywood " The Jackal ". Police said the suspects painted their Audi vehicle from white to black hoping to pull off the same trick. Read More »

Amazon to double R&D staff in London as it opens new headquarters


They will largely be focused on developing Amazon's Prime Video streaming service and will include engineers, user interface experts, data analysts and graphic designers. Mayor Sadiq Khan said Amazon's move underlined the continuing attractions of London as the tech capital of Europe. To mark the opening of the new head office, Amazon is funding 1m school children's healthy breakfasts in the upcoming school year through Magic Breakfast, a charity which aims to end hunger as a barrier to ... Read More »

Sri Lanka revises Hambantota Port agreement with China, allays India's concerns


Under the new pact, Sri Lanka curtailed the commercial operations at the port. The only good thing about the deal from India's perspective is that the new agreement restricts China from using the port for military purposes. "As per the revised agreement Sri Lanka will manage the port security", he said. The majority equity of the company to be formed for administrative operations would be vested with the Sri Lankan side, he said. Read More »

The Sims 4 is Coming to Xbox One Really Soon


Their upgraded Xbox One hardware, which brings the promise of 4K to consoles, was featured prominently at the show. The last The Sims game released on consoles was 2011's The Sims 3: Pets. At this point, Microsoft just need to find the ideal way to announce it. This leads us to believe that this isn't an error, so you're allowed to get your hopes up. Read More »

Jordan Spieth wins British Open, claims third leg of career Grand Slam

The power generated by Dustin Johnson's athleticism or the imperious ball-striking of Rory McIlroy are eclipsed by the composure, determination and cussed competitiveness of the new Open champion. And now that Jack Nicklaus is part of the conversation, he shies away from them even more. But Spieth displayed incredible mental strength to complete the third leg of a potential career "grand slam" of golf's four majors and become the youngest Open victor since Seve Ballesteros won at Royal ... Read More »

China bolsters defences on Korean border


The US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, described the successful test as "a new escalation of the threat to the United States, our allies and partners, the region and the world". According to data from the [South] Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency, Russian exports to North Korea amounted to US$48 million in the first five months this year, up 99.6 percent or almost double the $24.04 million in the same period last year. Read More »

Donald Trump Blocked Chrissy Teigen on Twitter Because of This Tweet


The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model, 31, revealed on Tuesday, July 25, that the former Celebrity Apprentice host, 71, has blocked her on Twitter. I can't believe somebody could actually do this all day, every day, and still be president. If I made a list of all the people who've I've blocked or been blocked by on Twitter, none of them would include Donald Trump . Read More »

Israel removes metal detectors at Jerusalem holy site

Israel had said the metal detectors were necessary for security, while Muslims saw them as an attempt by Israel to seize control of the site. A second Jordanian was also killed, apparently by accident. Initially, Jordan had refused to let the guard leave without an investigation, but he and all other embassy staff returned to Israel on Monday. The king stressed the need to "remove the measures taken by the Israeli side since the recent crisis broke out" and to agree on steps that would ... Read More »