Friday, 22 September 2017  
NKorea ‘may test hydrogen bomb in Pacific’

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North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho says he believes the North could consider a hydrogen bomb test on the Pacific Ocean of an unprecedented scale, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reports.

Source: www.news.com.au
Asia stocks edge lower after ratings cut

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Asian stocks have slipped but show signs of steadying as the dust settles after the Federal Reserve's hawkish policy statement, while investors are looking to see how Chinese financial markets will react to a downgrade on the nation's credit rating.

Source: www.news.com.au
�Skin implants, flying cars most desired
�Antibiotics no help for ear infections
�Facebook to hand Russia-linked ads to US
�May seeks to save deadlocked Brexit talks
ďż˝N.Korea’s Kim lashes ‘deranged’ Trump
�Vacuuming, scrubbing increases lifespan
�Death toll in Mexican quake rises to 273
ďż˝Missing quake girl slammed as ‘fake news’
 
Senate probes 'weaponized' Twitter bots' role in 2016 election

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The social media giant will be meeting with investigators on Sept. 27.
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AP FACT CHECK: Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill

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Who's right — President Donald Trump and Sen. Bill Cassidy, or late-night host Jimmy Kimmel? Associated Press journalist Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar broke down the bill, the facts and spoke about the Kimmel-Cassidy feud. (Sept. 21)

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�Kim Jong Un Issues Statement on Trump: 'A Frightened Dog Barks Louder'
�Wreckage of long-lost steamship found in Lake Huron
�As wildfires get worse, USDA says firefighters need more funding
�Who's the man behind Time mag's Freddie Gray cover?
�BYU ends ban on caffeinated soda sales
�Aaron Hernandez's Brain Reveals Signs Of CTE, Says Lawyer
�Irma heaves up graves at historic Florida cemetery
�Facebook to release Russia ads to Congress
 
Russia, Fake News and Facebook: 24/7 Manipulation

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Back when the Internet first came to be, there was the belief that the result would be more facts, less censorship, telligent discourse and less successful manipulation. Being able to converse with each other would lead people to be more honest, and our world increasingly would resemble a utopian ideal of peace and prosperity. Now, decades later, "fake news" has proliferated.

Source: www.technewsworld.com
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�Ford Motor Puts Design Strategy Under the HoloLens
�Google Paying HTC $1.1B to Bring Over Parts of Its Smartphone TeamGoogle Paying HTC $1.1B to Bring Over Parts of Its Smartphone Team
�Nearly 2B Records Compromised in First Half of 2017, Report FindsNearly 2B Records Compromised in First Half of 2017, Report Finds
 
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