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The company plans to make 16 million Switch consoles starting April 1 until March 2018. Nintendo needed a hit after its previous console, the Wii U, flopped. sales would be after the initial launch. In fact, it sold 906,000 units in just 28 days since its sale in North America. “Nintendo always strives to offer consumers something fun, new and different, ” said Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of Americas President and COO.
  • Canada on track to legalize recreational pot by July 2018

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    It allows people to possess up to 30 grams of dried or fresh cannabis and sets the minimum at 18 years of age , though provinces can set a higher legal age . "How much is legalization going to cost?" he said . However, the legalisation will be divided between the federal and provincial governments. If the law succeeds, Canada will be the second country in the world to legalize marijuana.
  • Decatur runner Boston Marathon-bound

    Decatur runner Boston Marathon-bound

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    He edged out Portland runner Galen Rupp by 21 seconds. Bobbi Gibb became the first woman to finish the 26-mile course in 1966, when she ran without a bib and number. "There's no intelligence but we live in a new world where there these are the things that they have to take into consideration", said marathon survivor, Heather Abbott.
  • Pence visits DMZ, warns North Korea not to test US resolve

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    A day earlier the North Korean military in a Pyongyang parade displayed a new generation of ballistic missiles the regime said are capable of reaching the continental United States. The U.S. Navy's decision to reroute an aircraft carrier strike group to the Korean Peninsula region as tensions mounted fueled speculation that the Trump administration might carry out a pre-emptive strike on North Korean military facilities.
  • Death toll rises in Sri Lanka rubbish heap collapse

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    Rescue workers cleared mud and debris from a landslide at a giant rubbish dump in the Sri Lankan capital for a fourth day. The death toll from the collapse of th. Sri Lanka's Parliament was recently warned that 23 million tonnes of garbage at Kolonnawa dump was a serious hazard. Residents of the area, mostly living in shanties, have been demanding the removal of the dump saying it was causing health issues.
  • Hacker Group Releases NSA Tools for Hacking Windows

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    Files released by the mysterious hacker " Shadow Brokers " on Friday suggested the US National Security Agency (NSA) had penetrated the SWIFT banking network and monitored a number of Middle East banks. Matthew Hickey , director of security firm Hacker House , has looked over the leaks and agrees with Microsoft's assessment. SWIFT told reporters it has not seen unauthorized access on its networks, and EastNets said the same.
  • Doctor denies genital mutilation; judge keeps her locked up

    Doctor denies genital mutilation; judge keeps her locked up

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    A Muslim emergency room doctor in Detroit , Michigan has been charged with performing female genital mutilation (FGM) on girls six to eight years old. It's the first time someone has been charged with violating a US ban on genital mutilation. If found guilty the doctor faces up to life in prison. Her clitoral hood was also damaged, according to the criminal complaint.
  • Intel, not just heart-wrenching pictures, convinced USA to act on Syria

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    Tillerson said defeating the Islamic State group remains the top focus. Elsewhere in Syria , activists opposed to ISIL said a US-led coalition airstrike hit a boat carrying civilians fleeing across the Euphrates. Opposition and rebel fighters, who have for years urged more direct USA military action in support of their uprising, hailed the strike and called for more.
  • Manhunt expands for Facebook video murder suspect

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    Authorities are still searching for Stephens and said they have not found other victims, despite Stephens boasting about killing more than a dozen people. But Stephens remains at large as the hunt for him expands in OH and neighboring states, they said. As of Sunday night, the suspect, who has been identified as Steven Stephens , was not in police custody.