• Kesha Loses Another Round in Legal Battle With Dr. Luke

    Kesha Loses Another Round in Legal Battle With Dr. Luke

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    On Tuesday, a judge in NY ruled against Kesha's amended lawsuit against Dr. Luke, The Hollwood Reporter reports . Dr Luke, whose real name is Lukasz Gottwald , recently added another defamation lawsuit against Kesha over an alleged text message she sent to Lady Gaga.
  • Sky Q unveils voice search

    Sky Q unveils voice search

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    Voice search has been one of the features promised by Sky since the launch of Sky Q. Indeed, the voice button has been on the touch remote since the beginning, but hasn't been needed until now. Voice-controlled remotes come as part of the Sky Q 2TB package or can be bought individually for £20. Entertainment technology and audience insights specialist TiVo has joined forces to deliver the voice search enhancement.
  • 33 civilians killed in Syria air strike

    33 civilians killed in Syria air strike

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    Dorrian said on 15 March. According to a spokesperson of the US-led coalition, the SDF forces have liberated large parts of Raqqa's countryside. Mansoura is 26 kilometers (16 miles) west of Raqqa, the de facto capital to the extremists' so-called caliphate.
  • 'Diluted' bill on rights for people with HIV gets RS nod

    'Diluted' bill on rights for people with HIV gets RS nod

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    It also provides for confidentiality of HIV-related information and makes it necessary to get informed consent for undertaking HIV tests, medical treatment and research. While 21 lakh patients are estimated to be living with HIV, only 12 lakh have been registered under the government's programme. Of these, around 15 lakh have been diagnosed and 10 lakh are on antiretroviral treatment.
  • Preet Bharara Staff Gives Outgoing US Attorney Resounding Farewell

    Preet Bharara Staff Gives Outgoing US Attorney Resounding Farewell

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    It's customary for the 93 U.S.attorneys to leave their posts when a new president takes office, and the president is well within his right to appoint his own slate of US attorneys. The Trump administration had on Friday ordered 46 US Attorneys appointed by President Barack Obama to resign with immediate effect. The act of changing out attorneys, while not new, is usually done in phases according The Guardian.
  • "Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory" Heads to the West

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    Nevertheless, this direct sequel comes as no surprise given the success of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth. Hacker's Memory is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita in Japan later this year, with a Western release in early 2018 . The magazine does not mention if the game will have the option of a female protagonist. Other key features that Bandai Namco announced this week include the Cyber Punk Atmosphere, Addictive Gameplay and a Unique Story.
  • Germany Rejects Trump's Claim it Owes NATO 'Vast Sums'

    Germany Rejects Trump's Claim it Owes NATO 'Vast Sums'

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    Chancellor Angela Merkel is underlining Germany's rejection of a claim by President Donald Trump that it owes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation large sums for underspending on defense. The comments from German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen came as Trump's spokesman denied that the US leader had refused to shake hands with Merkel, arguably the most powerful woman in world.
  • Merkel reserves right to block Turkish campaign appearances

    Merkel reserves right to block Turkish campaign appearances

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    The head of Germany's BND intelligence agency, Bruno Kahl, also told Der Spiegel, a German magazine, on Saturday that he did not believe Gulen was behind the coup. Meanwhile, Turkey has threatened to send 15,000 refugees to the EU. Mr Erdogan has also vowed to reinstate capital punishment "without hesitation" after the referendum and accused Europe of starting a "clash" between Christianity and Islam after a ruling allowed employers to ban headscarves as part of wider restrictions on ...
  • Police complaint against Bengali poet for hurting 'Hindu beliefs'

    Police complaint against Bengali poet for hurting 'Hindu beliefs'

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    Bengali poet Srijato Bandopadhyay on Monday faced police complaint for allegedly hurting the religious sentiments of the Hindu community. "We might get in touch with the Cyber Crime Department of the Kolkata Police for further investigation", said Arindam Sarkar, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, Siliguri.
  • Police Thwarted Possible 'Active Shooter' Incident at Banning High School, Agency Says

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    An accomplice fled in the opposite direction, Masterson said. The victim was transported to Mee Memorial Hospital in King City for treatment, Thornburg says, but he could offer no details about the victim's condition, age or sex. One suspect was described as a male wearing a hoodie and blue jeans. Masterson said the suspects don't appear to be students at the school. Tactical Institute, an organization in Washington D.C., notified the Chino Independent School District of the shooting ...
  • Il Belgio un anno dopo: commemorazione per le stragi a Bruxelles

    Il Belgio un anno dopo: commemorazione per le stragi a Bruxelles

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    Le vittime, in tutto, sono state trentacinque, tra cui anche i tre attentatori. Oltre 1.300 i feriti, di cui 226 gravi. LA CHIESA - Il cardinale Jozef De Kesel celebrerà una messa alle 18 nella cattedrale di Saints-Michel-et-Gudule, due ore prima che la chiesa di Saint-Jean-Baptiste di Molenbeek ospiterà un concerto interreligioso.