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The engine test claim comes weeks after North Korea conducted its biggest ever nuclear test, and as South Korea says the regime is ready to conduct further atomic detonations. It suggests the North is "coming close to having an inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM) that could hit the U.S. mainland". It hasn't demonstrated that ability but some experts say it is likely about two or three years away from showing it can threaten the USA homeland with missiles.
  • South Korea looks to RI for peace on Korean peninsula

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    A recent episode of the snappily named "The stage of optimism that Songun presented - Volume 11", which airs on state-controlled Korea Central Television (KCTV), lampooned the U.S. Impoverished North Korea is vulnerable to natural disasters, especially floods, as mountains and hills that have always been stripped bare for fuel or turned into terraced rice fields allow rainwater to flow downhill unchecked.
  • Micro Focus buys Hewlett Packard Enterprise software assets for $8.8 billion

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    Micro Focus's decision to buy the division makes it HPE's second major sell-off this year, after the company merged its enterprise serices unit with CSC in May. HP said it would pay $700 million in one-time costs related to the separation of the assets. Robert Youngjohns, now in charge of HPE's software business, will become executive vice president of strategic business development and report to Whitman.
  • Apple eliminates headphone jack from iPhone 7: Harmful to your health?

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    No, the iPhone 7 won't come with dual camera , but the iPhone 7 Plus will. While the price of the iPhone 7 starts at $649, the iPhone 7 Plus hits stores at $749. Apple CEO Tim Cook has asserted that Apple sees India as a long term bet, we'll have to see how exactly Apple is looking to grow in the world's fastest growing smartphone market even though Apple doesn't do cheap.
  • Attorney: Man ignored officer's commands before shooting

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    The US Department of Justice has launched a separate civil rights inquiry into the officers' use of force, US Attorney Danny Williams with the Northern District of Oklahoma said yesterday. After the shooting, Crutcher could be seen lying on the side of the road, blood pooling around his body, for almost two minutes before anyone checked on him.
  • European Union leader calls for Brexit talks to start

    European Union leader calls for Brexit talks to start

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    She added that the proposal by Japanese technology company SoftBank to buy Britain's ARM Holdings for $32 billion was "the single biggest vote of confidence we have had in (Britain) in terms of inward investment since the referendum". The PM and her ministers were accused of "waffle" by Scottish National Party Westminster leader Angus Robertson, while the Liberal Democrats' Tim Farron said: "This Government isn't concealing its hand - it hasn't got a hand or, it would appear, a clue".
  • Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Early users battle with bugs

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    Apart from the issue of the hissing sound, another problem has been bothering the users of the newly-launched iPhone 7. In response to Hackett's tweet, Darrell Etherington, who is a TechCrunch writer as well as a former Apple employee, said his "brand new, just-unboxed [device is] doing the same thing right now".
  • Syrian Rebel Says Truce Has 'Practically Failed And Has Ended'

    Syrian Rebel Says Truce Has 'Practically Failed And Has Ended'

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    The ministry said the Syrian government has made all possible efforts to facilitate the flow of aid to the rebel-held eastern side of Aleppo, adding that it has not yet received any guarantees on the security of the road. Humanitarian access to Aleppo hinges on control of the main road into the besieged rebel-held part of the city, divided between the government and rebels who have been battling to topple President Bashar al-Assad for more than five years.
  • Worth Watching Stock: Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ:WDC)

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    Western Digital Corporation (WDC): The most positive equity analysts on Western Digital Corporation (WDC) expects the shares to touch $97, whereas, the least positive believes that the stock will trade at $38 in the short term. For the past 5 years, the company's revenue has grown -2.1%, while the company's earnings per share has grown -1.1%. Western Digital Corp has moved 12.99% above its 50-day simple moving average of $47.45 and went up 16.10% from its 200-day simple moving average of ...