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  • Here's why Apple is so excited about iPhone opportunities in India

    As you can see in the table below, the best selling smartphone of Q1 2107 was Apple's iPhone 7, with about 21.5 million units being shipped during the period, followed by the iPhone 7 Plus (17.4 million units). Perhaps because of the perception that only latest smartphones sell-the iPhone 5s was launched in September 2013. Samsung and OnePlus are the only brands, from the Android stack, that figure in the top 5, adds CyberMedia.

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  • AG Sessions avoids talks of FBI director in West Virginia

    AG Sessions avoids talks of FBI director in West Virginia

    Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein could appoint a special council to oversee the investigation at any time. The shorthand version is that Sessions vowed to step aside from investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election after it was revealed he twice spoke with the Russian ambassador during the campaign and failed to say so when pressed by Congress during his confirmation hearing.

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  • Syria to Abide By De-Escalation Plan: FM Muallem

    Syria to Abide By De-Escalation Plan: FM Muallem

    Several other council diplomats said a vote Monday or Tuesday — as Moscow is seeking — is highly unlikely, explaining that they need details on the zones. "It's all in process right now", Mattis said. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is expected to meet with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, Wednesday in Washington to "discuss Ukraine, Syria and bilateral issues", according to a State Department release.

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  • Corea del Sur elige a su nuevo presidente

    Moon , cuya victoria selló uno de los períodos de mayor turbulencia política en la historia reciente de la nación y preparó el escenario para el primer gobierno liberal en una década, comenzó sus deberes como presidente después que la Comisión Nacional Electoral lo declaró oficialmente ganador tras una reunión la mañana del miércoles.

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  • Donald Trump contradicts his own White House about James Comey firing timeline

    Some press reports had suggested that Comey had asked for more resources for the investigation before he was sacked, but McCabe said he wasn't aware of that and it didn't fit with what he knew about how those requests were made. "We had a very nice dinner". Cause all it is, is an excuse but I said to myself, I might even lengthen out the investigation but I have to do the right thing for the American people.

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  • South Korean won up on back of Moon victory

    While Moon originally opposed the US deployment of the THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) missile defense system in South Korea, he shifted during the campaign to sitting on the fence, saying he was "open to both possibilities" (of deploying or withdrawing THAAD) and would "pass the issue to the next government".

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  • Trump said firing Flynn 'did not sound like an emergency'

    Washington Post: Yates says she warned White House Flynn could be "blackmailed" - "Former acting attorney general Sally Yates said Monday she warned the top lawyer in the White House that then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn could be blackmailed by Russian Federation, and gave the White House a private warning 'so that they could take action'".

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  • Fallout from Trump's Dismissal of FBI Director

    White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump had pondered dumping Comey as soon as he took office on January 20, but made a decision to stick with him. Comey became USA attorney for the southern district just months after the September 11th attacks, and told NY1 terrorism would be his focus. Schumer was one of several Senate Democrats to ask for a special prosecutor or special counsel.

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  • Four dead, two injured in seven-vehicle collision on Highway 401

    Four dead, two injured in seven-vehicle collision on Highway 401

    One of the passenger vehicles became engulfed in flames. One of the trucks involved in the accident belonged to the GardaWorld security and transport company. Highway 401 westbound at Joyceville Road will remain closed for the investigation. "It's quite a lengthy detour that people have to go around, so we advise anybody that has to travel today to leave themselves a little bit of extra time because of the extra traffic that will be on the detour route", she said.

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  • Donald Trump Accuses James Comey Of 'Spying' After Firing Him

    The White House and Vice President Mike Pence have said Trump fired Comey on the recommendation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and No. 2 Justice Department official Rod Rosenstein. "He said: 'You are not under investigation'". But we had a very nice dinner. He insisted anew that Comey had told him directly three separate times that he personally was not under investigation.

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  • Aduanero detenido en Chile sufrió fractura en el codo

    Aduanero detenido en Chile sufrió fractura en el codo

    Gendarmería determinó trasladar al herido al hospital institucional para atender la lesión y los médicos confirmaron la fractura. Asimismo, destaca que el director regional de Gendarmería , coronel Sergio Castillo Caro, " instruyó que se entregaran todas las facilidades para trasladarlo al recinto asistencial .

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  • Yemen minister says 60 percent of population in dire poverty

    Yemen minister says 60 percent of population in dire poverty

    Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, is understood to be in favour of banning arms sales to repressive regimes. Since March 2015, the Saudi kingdom has been waging a brutal aerial campaign against Yemen in an attempt to reinstall Hadi - a staunch ally of Riyadh who resigned as president in 2015 - and crush the popular Houthi Ansarullah movement, which is now playing a key role in defending the nation against the Saudi aggression as well as running the affairs of the war-torn country.

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  • US President hosts Russian foreign minister, envoy at White House

    In brief remarks to journalists after the meeting, Mr Trump said his decision to abruptly fire Mr Comey the day before meeting Mr Lavrov did not affect the meeting "at all". The White House has yet to confirm. Trump described his talks with Lavrov as " very, very good ". The State Department said that in their meeting, Tillerson told Lavrov that "sanctions on Russian Federation will remain in place until Moscow reverses the actions that triggered them".

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  • Trump Establishes Commission Investigating Voter Fraud

    He lost the popular vote, however, by almost 3 million votes , tainting his win with the stain of illegitimacy and suggesting that, even in victory, he isn't the "winner" he imagines. And although it's a bipartisan commission, the vice chair is going to be a Republican in Kansas, Secretary of State Kris Kobach . It is a farce. Numerous independent investigations have concluded that voter fraud exists, but is extremely limited in scope.

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  • Germany posts 0.6 percent Q1 GDP growth

    The quarter-on-quarter growth in the European Union's largest economy after price, seasonal and calendar adjustments, was the fastest since the first quarter of 2016, driven by both domestic and foreign demand. Growth data has already been released for the wider euro-zone, and it stood at 0.5%. The growth pick up contrasts with a slowdown in the eurozone's second biggest economy France in Q1 and means Germany's GDP rate exceeded that of the United Kingdom and U.S.

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  • AAP rebel Kapil Mishra attacked

    Kapil Mishra on hunger strike demanding travel expenses of AAP leaders: Sacked AAP leader Kapil Mishra sits on " satyagraha " till he gets the details of worldwide travel expenses of some AAP leaders. Mishra, who is considered close to Kumar Vishwas, failed to gather any support from the poet-turned-politician who said, "Even Kejriwal's enemies will not accept that he could be involved in corruption".

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  • Philly judge orders prosecutors to charge engineer in fatal Amtrak derailment

    A Philadelphia judge has ordered prosecutors to criminally charge speeding Amtrak engineer Brandon Bostian. The city has referred the prosecution to the state attorney general to avoid any apparent conflict of interest. In his first interview with investigators, Bostian admitted he didn't make a habit out of checking the posted speed limits along his Northeast Corridor routes because they were often wrong.

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  • Turkey's Erdogan says US visit to herald new beginning in relationship

    According to the Associated Press , Erdogan called on the White House to withdraw and alter its decision ahead of their planned meeting next week. The United States has announced that it will increase support for Kurdish YPG fighters who are fighting the Islamic State in Syria, but Turkey has considered the YPG closely tied to the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, a US -designated terrorist organization that has been in conflict with Ankara.

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  • Election Commission to meet 55 parties today, ahead of EVM hacking challenge

    Participating in a discussion on the issue during a day- long special session of the Delhi Assembly earlier this week, Bhardwaj claimed that a voting machine could be manipulated by simply feeding it with a "secret code". Asked to elaborate, most protesters cited AAP legislator Saurabh Bhardwaj's live demo on EVM manipulation in the Delhi Assembly. "The commission should allow technical inspection of its EVMs by the expert panel of various political parties".

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  • Acting FBI chief declines to say if Trump is under investigation

    The White House appeared caught off guard by the intense response to Comey's firing, given that the FBI director had become a pariah among Democrats for his role in the Clinton investigation. "That reputation is now imperiled by your participation in the abrupt dismissal of FBI Director Comey", Schumer wrote. The White House and Vice President Mike Pence had said Trump fired Comey on the recommendation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and No.

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  • Prince Philip dead: The Sun mistakenly reports Queen's husband has passed away

    Philip saw the amusing side of the announcement on Thursday when he met mathematician Sir Michael Atiyah at a reception for members of the Order of Merit at St James's Palace. But Buckingham Palace stressed he may decide to attend certain events from time to time, and added that he would continue to be associated with organisations he is patron or president of.

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  • Microsoft aims to create a more versatile Windows 10

    With an iTunes app in the Windows Store, iPhone users will have no problems syncing their device, while Apple Music subscribers will be able to happily devour their playlists on the laptop. Plus, the app will let you insert 3D objects into your photos and videos. These are the main highlights of this new update . But the rumored Microsoft Surface Phone is expected to bring the company back on top with its impressive specs and design.

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  • US Senator Sees No Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud in 2016 Elections

    Vice President Pence and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach will lead the panel called the "Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity" dedicated to looking into Trump's as-yet-unfounded allegations of fraudulent voting. Many even continued to use Hillary Clinton's near-3 million popular vote margin over Trump as proof that votes were cast illegally and that Democrats are simply whining.

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  • Who will help with bills if Obamacare is repealed?

    Who will help with bills if Obamacare is repealed?

    A Thursday poll from Quinnipiac University showed that 21% of Americans surveyed approved of the final version of the American Health Care Act , which passed the House on a razor-thin vote. The House bill would cut federal spending on Medicaid by $880 billion over 10 years. What to do about Medicaid expansion is the biggest fault line between the Senate's feuding GOP factions, according to the article.

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  • Moon, Trump agree on close cooperation on N. Korea: Seoul

    Modi invited the South Korean President to India, also expressing hope to hold bilateral talks at upcoming worldwide meetings like G20 summit slated for July. Mr Moon stood and waved to well-wishers through the sunroof of his limousine, which was flanked by police motorbikes and a security detail. "On the basis of mutual understanding and mutual respect, China will consolidate political mutual trust, properly handle differences, strengthen coordination and cooperation, and promote healthy and ...

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  • Despite deconfliction efforts, fighting rages in Syria

    Despite deconfliction efforts, fighting rages in Syria

    United States and allied aircraft will be banned from flying over much of Syria in a deal between Iran, Russia and Turkey, a senior Russian diplomat said on Friday. Syria's leading opposition High Negotiations Committee also expressed "concern" about the deal, saying it "lacks safeguards and compliance mechanisms".

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  • EC convenes all-party meet over EVM issue May 12

    According to The Hindu, crowds started arriving with placards and shouting slogans such as "Vote chori band karo [Stop stealing votes]" and "Loktantra ki hatya band karo [Stop the murder of democracy]". "After demonetisation all the elections were won by BJP". Rao wondered why the EC was "reluctant" to invite those who had filed petitions in the Supreme Court challenging the reliability of EVMs and technical experts to the all-party meeting the poll watchdog had convened on May 12.

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  • Windows 10 S has an 'Edge' over browsing

    Windows 10 S has an 'Edge' over browsing

    Meanwhile, Microsoft will also be bringing full versions of Office to the Windows Store, but it will require more desktop apps to see if the new version of Windows 10 will be a success for the limited market. Panay during the launch, said, "The Surface Laptop is lighter and thinner than any MacBook Air or MacBook Pro now available and it's faster and has longer battery life than any MacBook on sale today".

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