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The tech giant was forced to make the change after the European commission ruled in June that it had been artificially and illegally promoting its own price comparison service in searches, denying consumers real choice and rival firms the ability to compete on a level playing field.
  • Russian Lt. General killed in Syria

    Russian Lt. General killed in Syria

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    In Deir al-Zor, Islamic State is battling two separate offensives, one launched by the SDF and the other by the Syrian army and its allies. On September 16, the group said six of its fighters were wounded in air strikes by regime and Russian warplanes in the Al-Sinaaiya area around seven kilometres (four miles) from the eastern bank of the Euphrates.
  • PH respects Malaysia's stand on Rakhine

    PH respects Malaysia's stand on Rakhine

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    Do Suan also said that his country objects "in the strongest terms" to those nations who used words like "ethnic cleanising" and "genocide" to describe the ongoing situation in Myanmar's Rakhine State . Last week, the Sri Lankan prime minister was the latest in a series of Sinhala politicians to pronounce his objection to allowing fleeing Rohingya refugees into the country.
  • Kurds set to vote in referendum

    Kurds set to vote in referendum

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    Opposition to the vote simmered among the Arabs and Turkmen who live alongside the Kurds in the northern Iraqi city and there were rumours the vote would not take place in mixed areas. The State Department said last week the referendum would preclude the possibility of negotiations with the Baghdad central government, and present a high cost for "all Iraqis, including Kurds".
  • North Korea could test hydrogen bomb in Pacific, top diplomat says

    North Korea could test hydrogen bomb in Pacific, top diplomat says

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    The North's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told reporters in NY late Wednesday that "It would be a dog's dream if he meant to scare us with the sound of a dog barking ". The bombers, escorted by fighter jets, flew in worldwide airspace over waters east of North Korea , reported the New York Times . Trump warned that Kim will be " tested like never before ", but that's useless! "Our new executive order will cut off sources of revenue that fund North Korea's efforts to ...
  • North Korea quake was 'natural' and not a nuclear test

    North Korea quake was 'natural' and not a nuclear test

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    Japanese Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera noted such a test could mean a nuclear-armed missile flying over Japan. Last week, the Council unanimously adopted resolution 2375, imposing fresh sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear test on September 3, which violated previous United Nations resolutions.
  • 2 officers released from hospital after shooting in New Haven yesterday

    2 officers released from hospital after shooting in New Haven yesterday

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    Authorities are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Mesa. New Haven Police Chief Anthony Campbell said that the officers were injured during a response to a domestic incident. Saturday, the officer confronted a man with "an unknown dark object in his hand". However, police fired their guns. She was taken to a healing center and is recorded in basic condition.
  • Slow-Moving Maria May Cause Lingering Tropical Storm Conditions This Week

    Slow-Moving Maria May Cause Lingering Tropical Storm Conditions This Week

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    It was expected to bring heavy surf and swells to the Carolinas and the Mid-Atlantic coasts. The storm has been slowing down over the past day or so, beyond this weekend is where Maria's forecast track gets tricky. Swells generated by Maria are increasing along portions of our coast. Reports from a NOAA Hurricane Hunter aircraft indicate that maximum sustained winds are now near 110 miles per hour with higher gusts.
  • McCain 'never had any intention' of backing latest health care bill

    McCain 'never had any intention' of backing latest health care bill

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    As of Saturday, the Senate Finance Committee still plans to hold a hearing on the Graham-Cassidy bill on Monday. The bill would lose if three GOP senators vote "no" in a showdown this week. "There is a lot of pressure, but I've had a lot of pressure on a lot of different issues over the years", Collins said Friday according to the Press Herald.
  • 1 dead, several wounded in Tennessee church shooting, suspect in custody

    1 dead, several wounded in Tennessee church shooting, suspect in custody

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    The shooter was also shot and taken into custody, the fire department wrote on Twitter. " This is a mass casualty situation ". - Megan Barry (@MayorMeganBarry) September 24, 2017Gunman wounded and at hospital. The gunshot victims include people who were attending a weekly church service that starts at 10 a.m. on Sundays. Police were on the scene Sunday afternoon, the fire department said in a second tweet.
  • Tensions Continue to Rise Between the US and North Korea

    Tensions Continue to Rise Between the US and North Korea

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    The US president said on Tuesday that if America was forced to defend itself it would "totally destroy" North Korea . Trump on September 19 called on members of the UN General Assembly to take a harder line against threats posed by North Korea , referring to Kim as " Rocket Man " and saying he was on a "suicide mission ".