• US President Trolls Senate Minority Leader with Putin Tweet

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    Weeks later, Flynn would be forced to resign as Trump's national security adviser after a different scandal stemming from contacts with the ambassador. A CNN article from Thursday added fuel to the scandal, claiming that "current and former U.S. intelligence officials have described Kislyak as a top spy and recruiter of spies".
  • Iran tests highly-sophisticated Russian air defense system

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    Iran already is negotiating to buy cruise missiles from Russian Federation and is likely to make other major weapons purchases when a United Nations ban on selling Iran sophisticated weapons expires in 2020, a US intelligence report finds. In 2016 a landmark nuclear deal between Iran and world powers went into practice under which Iran limited its nuclear activities in return for the lifting of sanctions.
  • Toyota's new autonomous test vehicle 2.0 is a tricked out Lexus

    Toyota's new autonomous test vehicle 2.0 is a tricked out Lexus

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    Unlike its predecessor, the second platform for autonomous vehicles designed by Toyota is a plug-and-play solution that supports continuous updates. "It will learn individual driver habits and abilities and will benefit from shared intelligence from other cars as data gathering, sharing and connectivity technologies advance".
  • USA : Week after techie murder , Indian businessman Harnish Patel shot dead

    USA : Week after techie murder , Indian businessman Harnish Patel shot dead

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    An Indian engineer named Srinivas Kuchibhotla was shot dead at a Kansas bar and another was injured in a hate crime in the USA last week. He is survived by his wife and young child. A sign on door at Harnish Patel's Lancaster store says it's closed due to family emergency. Sheriff Barry Faile said the Indian ethnicity of Patel does not appear to be a factor in the crime.
  • Minimum wage hiked by 37%

    Minimum wage hiked by 37%

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    Earlier, addressing a press conference at his official residence, Delhi CM had said, "This is the first time in the country that revision of the minimum wages is proposed on the basis a scientific method. The Chief Minister urged the employers to "share" their earnings with workers who work for them, and advised them not to go to courts to challenge the hike in minimum wages.
  • China to raise defence budget by around 7%

    China to raise defence budget by around 7%

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    China's defence budget has been closely watched in recent years as the country has become more assertive in its territorial claims in the East and South China Sea. The fifth session of the 12th NPC will conclude on March 15, said Fu Ying, spokeswoman for the session. Fu pointed out that China spend 1.3 per cent of its GDP on defence, less than many other countries.
  • Malaysia releases, deports North Korean suspected in Kim Jong Nam murder

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    North Korea warned on Saturday that the U.S. will "pay dearly" if it re-lists Pyongyang as a state sponsor of terrorism following the murder of leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother in Malaysia last month. The North's leader spent his adolescence in Switzerland with his elder brother and younger sister from the same mother, as his father was believed to have wanted to hide the existence of his children who were born to Ko Yong-hui, a Korean resident in Japan.
  • Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes Up 94 Percent This Year, NYPD Says

    Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes Up 94 Percent This Year, NYPD Says

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    The NYPD could not immediately provide details about the 35 anti-Semitic cases from this year. Officials say crime also went down in each of the city's five boroughs. Officials said the decrease in crime was in part caused by the implementation of precision policing, which focuses resources on high-crime areas, and neighborhood policing, a strategy that encourages police to focus on small areas and learn more about those communities.