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Yemen crisis: Hudaydah ceasefire 'broken within minutes'

Yemen crisis: Hudaydah ceasefire 'broken within minutes'

The Redeployment Coordination Committee comprises members of the Yemeni government supported by the Saudi-led coalition, and Houthi militias backed by Iran, and is overseen by the UN. At least 10,000 people have already been killed in the war - though observers believe the number could be much higher - and Save the Children estimates 85,000 children under five may have starved to death. Consulte Mais Informação

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OnePlus 7 / OnePlus 5G Smartphone Leaked: First Look Out!

OnePlus 7 / OnePlus 5G Smartphone Leaked: First Look Out!

That syncs up well with previous OnePlus smartphone launches, and what with the very few rumors we've heard over the last few weeks, the look matches up too. The OnePlus brand as a whole primarily made a name for itself due to its value-oriented strategy and as it's been traditionally the weakest in the mobile photography department (relative to its peers), the company already started paying more attention to the cameras of its Android-powered handsets. Consulte Mais Informação

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Post-Brexit immigration plan unveiled by government

Post-Brexit immigration plan unveiled by government

Free movement is widely regarded as one of the key reasons for the Brexit vote. It accepts a number of recommendations which were set out by the independent Migration Advisory Committee report, published in September. Josh Hardie, the deputy director of the CBI, said: "Hospitals, housebuilders and retailers are all struggling to find the people they need at salaries well below £30,000". Consulte Mais Informação

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British business says no to no-deal in 100 days' time

British business says no to no-deal in 100 days' time

That had followed her telling MPs they will not get to vote on her deal this week, but would have to wait until the week beginning 14 January. "It would be unforgivable if Theresa May was trying to run down the clock to Brexit day". "We're going to be discussing "no deal" planning today ", International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt told reporters. One of them, Jacob Rees-Mogg, said he would never vote against Mrs May or a Conservative government and suggested the PM was "at ... Consulte Mais Informação

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China will 'never seek hegemony,' Xi says in defiant reform speech

China will 'never seek hegemony,' Xi says in defiant reform speech

The US and Europe have long complained of lingering obstacles to fully entering China's massive market while Chinese companies enjoy the benefits of open Western economies overseas. The rivals have agreed to a 90-day truce as they seek to negotiate a solution, with the United States seeking a reduction in its massive trade deficit as well as deeper reforms in China to stop the alleged theft of intellectual property. Consulte Mais Informação

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U.S. approves Patriot missile sale worth $3.5bn to Turkey

U.S. approves Patriot missile sale worth $3.5bn to Turkey

The sale would provide Ankara with a NATO-interoperable system for defending Turkish airspace, instead of the Russian S-400 missile system. "These processes are not connected". Turkey had previously announced plans to purchase the S-400 for $2.5 billion, which would mark the first time a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member state deploys the sophisticated Russian system. Consulte Mais Informação

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NAACP calls for week-long Facebook boycott over racial targeting

NAACP calls for week-long Facebook boycott over racial targeting

The NAACP also expressed concerns about Facebook's recent string of data breaches , claims the company hired a Republican opposition research firm to spread misinformation on its behalf , and its lack of employee diversity . The company pointed out that it recently doubled its security team to 20,000, added more than three dozen privacy controls, and created a privacy governance team. Consulte Mais Informação

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Qualcomm isn’t happy that Apple is still selling iPhones in China

Qualcomm isn’t happy that Apple is still selling iPhones in China

Apple has been mute about its continued sale of iPhones in China despite the court ruling. Following a court order in China, that banned sale of some older iPhone models after the court found that Apple had violated some of Qualcomm's software patents, the smartphone maker has yet to pull its phones from store shelves but has instead released a new software update which it believes is in compliance with court orders. Consulte Mais Informação

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez announces 'self-care' break before congressional session even starts

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez announces 'self-care' break before congressional session even starts

In her crosshairs, Politico reports , is Hakeem Jeffries , whom House Democrats just elected to replace Crowley as caucus chairman - the No. 5 Democrat leadership spot. However, Politico's vice president of marketing and communications, Brad Dayspring, defended the article. "We stand by our reporting". Ocasio-Cortez, who shocked the political world when she defeated veteran Queens Rep. Consulte Mais Informação

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Labour calls for emergency Brexit deal debate

Labour calls for emergency Brexit deal debate

In protest, in the last hour, he put down a motion of no confidence in the Prime Minister as an individual, but it is unclear when that vote might be held and how it might threaten the survival of the government. Meanwhile, outside the Commons chamber, Mr Corbyn's spokesman denied the Labour leader had muttered what had been alleged. The footage also prompted the freakish spectacle of former West Wing star Rob Lowe weighing in on Twitter to give his opinion. Consulte Mais Informação

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