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Ricoverata anche la donna: le sue condizioni sono gravi ma non sarebbe in pericolo di vita. La vittima ha riportato lesioni multiple e la perdita di parte dell'orecchio sinistro. L'uomo, sottoposto a fermo di indiziato per tentato omicidio, è ora piantonato in ospedale. Il 48 enne è stato invece trovato dai militari a via Gramsci , sotto choc e con ferite ai polsi e al collo.
  • Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry strongly condemns Istanbul terrorist attack

    Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry strongly condemns Istanbul terrorist attack

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    Vasip Sahin told reporters. "God willing, he will be caught in a short period of time", said Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu, calling the attack an act of terrorism. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs offer deepest condolences to the families and relatives of those killed and wish speedy recovery to those injured. Because of heightened security operations, the US consulate in Istanbul warned USA citizens to limit their movement around Istanbul "to an absolute minimum" as extremist groups ...
  • Erdogan: Turkey to fight against terrorism 'till end'

    Erdogan: Turkey to fight against terrorism 'till end'

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    He vowed to keep fighting terrorism, adding that "the terror that happens here today may happen in another country in the world tomorrow". "Police have launched operations". President Barack Obama, on vacation in Hawaii, was one of the first heads of state to speak about the attack. A policeman stands guard in front of the Reina nightclub the morning after the attack.
  • Trump says he'll reveal 'information' on hacking

    Trump says he'll reveal 'information' on hacking

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow would not expel United States diplomats from Russia in response to "unfriendly actions by the outgoing U.S. The Russian Government has denied the allegations of espionage but President Vladimir Putin declined to retaliate by expelling U.S. diplomats from Moscow.
  • Donald Trump says he 'knows things' others don't about Russian Federation hacking scandal

    Donald Trump says he 'knows things' others don't about Russian Federation hacking scandal

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    He noted that U.S. intelligence had erred when it said Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction - the pretext for the US-led invasion in 2003 - calling this "a disaster, and they were wrong". On Friday the White House announced the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats from the United States, in retaliation to the hacking. According to Politico reporter Eric Geller , Trump took questions from reporters for four minutes.
  • Mark Zuckerberg Speaks Out About The Importance Of Religion

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    Zuckerberg replied to a comment suggesting that he was atheist by responding that he was born into the Jewish faith and went through a period in life where he began to question things. And they've already met one of the world's most important religious figures: Pope Francis, with whom they discussed bringing communication technology to the world's poor.
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    Surprise! Facebook is the year's most popular mobile app

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    According to Nielsen, Google's apps YouTube (#3), Google Maps (#4), Google Search (#5), Google Play (#6) and Gmail (#7) were among those people used the most throughout the year. The app scores more than 68 million unique users per month. In the third quarter of 2016, the aforementioned apps were opened on 53 percent of time on Android devices, while iOS constituted 45 percent of the time the apps were opened on.
  • Donald Trump: 'No computer is safe' from hacking

    Donald Trump: 'No computer is safe' from hacking

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    Embassy in Moscow and four diplomats from the U.S. Consulate General in St. Petersburg persona non grata". He pointed to intelligence failures over the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq before the USA invasion, and declared himself an expert in the area.
  • Russian Federation asks U.N. Security Council to endorse Syria ceasefire

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday he would now reduce Moscow's military contingent in Syria, which has been fighting to bolster the government since previous year. Putin, who termed the ceasefire as "fragile", said that the stakeholders in the conflict are ready to participate in peace talks to be held in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, which according to Syrian state media will be held soon.
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    Attentato Istanbul, sopravvissuti da Modena, Brescia e Palermo: "Miracolo"

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    Si è creata una calca di persone che cercava disperatamente scampo, raccontano ancora, spiegando che è stato proprio in quel tafferuglio che si sono fatti male. Il premier turco Binali Yildirim, mentre ancora la responsabilità non è stata attribuita né rivendicata e mentre la polizia si concentrerebbe su piste legate allo Stato islamico, ha affermato che l'assalitore ha abbandonato l'arma e lasciato indizi, dopo aver sparato nella esclusiva discoteca Reina situata sulla riva europea del fiume ...