• RI troopers run Boston Marathon for 15th year in a row

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    She did not want to just walk again, she wanted to run marathons again. "I knew I had to finish the race, because no one would believe women could do it unless I did", Switzer reflected to ABC News. I still think I am in the best shape of my life", Ayr said. In order to train for the marathon this year, he ran an average of 40 miles a week for 16 weeks.
  • Toke Up, Eh! Canada Poised for Historic Marijuana-Legalization Law

    Toke Up, Eh! Canada Poised for Historic Marijuana-Legalization Law

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    The Globe and Mail wrote that the federal government will need additional staff and resources to "speed up the approval process" for new producers looking to come online. Although recreational marijuana use has been legalised in some USA states, including Colorado and Washington, the legislation puts Canada on track to be the first Group of Seven country to legalise it nationally.
  • China warns against war with North Korea

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    Goose-stepping soldiers and marching bands filled the square, next to the Taedonggang River that flows through Pyongyang, in the hazy spring sunshine, followed by tanks, multiple launch rocket systems and other weapons. Leader Kim Jong Un presided over the ceremony before about 100,000 residents and a large contingent of foreign journalists who have been allowed in to cover the holiday.
  • Chrome, Firefox and Opera are vulnerable to Phishing Attacks

    Chrome, Firefox and Opera are vulnerable to Phishing Attacks

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    Using the same, a security researcher has shown the proof-of-concept of a scary attack. The bug in question takes advantage of Punycode which uses certain ASCII characters in URLs to output Unicode in a browser. For example, in this demo page that Zheng set up, the domain xn-80ak6aa92e.com is rendered as аррӏе.com (in Cyrillic characters). If the attack domain only replaces the ASCII characters with characters from one foreign language, rather than multiple languages, the protections in ...
  • Nearly 9000 migrants rescued in Mediterranean over weekend - IOM

    Nearly 9000 migrants rescued in Mediterranean over weekend - IOM

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    The number of migrants crossing the Mediterranean is down from its peak in 2015 with almost 32,000 migrants estimated to have arrived in Europe by sea so far this year. "We are where we're needed, what's the European Union doing meanwhile?" "Every day people continue to risk their lives while we, as civil society, stand witness", MOAS director Regina Catrambone said .
  • Malcolm Turnbull heads to PNG, India

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    In a bid to increase cooperation in he field of sports, India and Australia today launched Sports partnership in the presence of cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar. For instance, China has been investing in ports in Sri Lanka and Pakistan, and Chinese submarines had docked in Sri Lanka some years ago. Laying stress on students exchanges between the two countries, Modi said that while Australia was home to over 60,000 Indian students, an increasing number of Australian students was coming ...
  • Outcome of Turkey vote likely to further cool EU relations

    Outcome of Turkey vote likely to further cool EU relations

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    The main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) and the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) said they would challenge the results from most of the ballot boxes due to alleged violations. Five national elections in just three years have damaged confidence in an economy that is also suffering under the weight of terror attacks and a government crackdown on opponents after an attempted coup in July 2016.
  • Referendum debate is over, time to get to work, President Erdoğan says

    Referendum debate is over, time to get to work, President Erdoğan says

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    The "yes" camp prevailed with a slim majority, just 51.4% compared with the opposition's 48.6%, according to Turkey's electoral commission. Turkey's government has extended the country's state of emergency for three more months. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said the debate over the referendum and constitutional change is over and now it is time to get to work. Turkey applied for European Union membership in 1987, and accession talks began in 2005 before stalling in 2007 over the ...
  • Pence, Japanese leaders begin talks in Tokyo

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    Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol also said that any USA military intervention would result in "all out war". "While all options are on the table", Pence said, "President Trump is determined to work closely with Japan, with South Korea, with all our allies in the region, and with China" to resolve the problem.