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Trump’s Moves Against Huawei Will Cost Company Dearly, Founder Says

Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei said Monday that President Donald Trump’s decision to target his company left the telecommunications giant reeling with few business options outside China. Trump’s ban against Huawei will cost the company $30 billion in revenue, according to Ren. His comments come are startling given past remarks from company executives who suggested Huawei was technologically self-sufficient and will ...

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All Of Argentina And Uruguay Are Without Power After Electrical Failure

All of Argentina and Uruguay are without power after an electrical failure caused an unprecedented blackout Sunday morning according to Edesur, an electric supply company. The blackout took out Argentina’s public transportation services. Trains and traffic lights stopped working and some of the water supply was affected, the New York Times reported. Some parts of Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay and Southern ...

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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Blames Iran For Oil Tanker Attack

Saudi Arabia’s crown prince accused Iran on Sunday of carrying out Thursday’s attacks on two oil tankers near the globally important Strait of Hormuz. “The problem is in Tehran and not anywhere else,” Prince Mohammed told Arabic-language newspaper Asharq al-Awsat according to The Associated Press. “Iran is always the party that’s escalating in the region, carrying out terrorist attacks and ...

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Eighth US Tourist Mysteriously Dies In Dominican Republic

An eighth U.S. tourist has died in the Dominican Republic under mysterious circumstances. Leyla Cox, 53, of New Brighton, New York, was found dead in June in her hotel room reportedly of a heart attack, according to her son William Cox, 25, the Staten Island Advance reported. Staten Island woman is latest to mysteriously die in Dominican Republic https://t.co/tJN0VEmE3w pic.twitter.com/APwXE0rhDM ...

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Two Mpre Oil Tankers Attacked Near Strait Of Hormuz As US And Iranian Tensions Fray

Two oil tankers near the Strait of Hormuz were attacked amid heightened tensions between the United States and Iran, the Associated Press reported Thursday. The assault left one tanker ablaze while sailors were evacuated from both vessels, the report noted. Benchmark Brent crude oil jumped nearly 4% in trading following the reported attack — nearly a third of all oil ...

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‘Blatant, Organized Riot’: Hong Kong Protest Descends Into Violence, Police Fire Tear Gas And Rubber Bullets At Crowds Storming Government HQ

Wednesday saw a substantial uptick in violence at the massive protest consuming the streets of Hong Kong over an extradition bill that would allow Hong Kong citizens to be taken to the Chinese mainland for criminal trial. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said that protest over the extradition legislation, which is now one of the largest political demonstrations China ...

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‘A Dramatic Rebuke Of The Communist Leadership’: Hundreds Of Thousands In Hong Kong Stand Up To Communist Party Extradition Bill

Hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered on the streets of Hong Kong Sunday in protest of a new law that will allow Hong Kong citizens to be extradited to mainland China. The streets of central Hong Kong were densely packed with demonstrators rallying against the extradition bill that many fear will trample civil rights. The bill allows for Hong Kong ...

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Saudi Arabia Trying To Execute And Possibly Crucify Teen Who Participated In Protest When He Was 10 Years Old: Report

The Saudi Arabian government is trying to execute an 18-year-old for participating in an anti-government protest when he was 10 years old. Saudi authorities are looking to execute Murtaja Qureiris, 18, who Saudi authorities arrested at the age of 13 for participating in dissident protest and other forms of rebellion against the government, CNN reported. He may receive one of ...

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Pompeo: US Is Trying To Keep Venezuelan Opposition Unified, But It’s ‘Devilishly Difficult’

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said keeping Venezuela’s opposition regime unified “has proven devilishly difficult” in another round of leaked audio from a May 28 off-the-record meeting published Wednesday night. “Our conundrum, which is to keep the opposition united, has proven devilishly difficult,” Pompeo said in the recording according to The Washington Post. “The moment Maduro leaves, everybody’s going to ...

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Russia To Tinder: Hand Over The Data

Russian authorities are now requiring that Tinder surrender user data to Russian national intelligence agencies. The Russian communications regulator Roskomnadzor revealed Monday that they entered Tinder on a list of online services required to provide user data, according to The Moscow Times. Tinder will now be required to provide user data including voice audio, videos, and private messages to Russian ...

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