Opinion: Gdansk mayor’s murder and Poland’s deadly politics
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Opinion: Gdansk mayor’s murder and Poland’s deadly politics

The murder of Pawel Adamowicz marks a dark day in Polish history, particularly so because the attack was committed in Gdansk, the city where peaceful protests set in motion the collapse of Soviet-style communism in the late 20th century…

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Guam Catholic Church enters bankruptcy amid sex abuse claims
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Guam Catholic Church enters bankruptcy amid sex abuse claims

The Archdiocese of Agana filed for Chapter 11 reorganization bankruptcy in the US District Court of Guam on Wednesday. The move will allow it to restructure its finances and pay off the plaintiffs in about 190 clergy sex…

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German court dismisses Qualcomm’s latest patent case against Apple: Report
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German court dismisses Qualcomm’s latest patent case against Apple: Report

Qualcomm’s latest patent lawsuit against Apple has been dismissed by a German court on Tuesday, with the regional Mannheim court saying the patent in question was not violated by the installation of its chips in Apple’s smartphones, Reuters…

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North Korean hackers infiltrate Chile’s ATM network after Skype job interview
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North Korean hackers infiltrate Chile’s ATM network after Skype job interview

A Skype call and a gullible employee was all it took for North Korean hackers to infiltrate the computer network of Redbanc, the company that interconnects the ATM infrastructure of all Chilean banks. Prime suspects behind the hack…

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UK parliament rejects Brexit plan
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UK parliament rejects Brexit plan

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government suffered a devastating defeat in the House of Commons Tuesday evening, the largest in Britain’s democratic era. She lost by 230 votes as the tally came in 432 members in favor to…

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US attorney general nominee William Barr asserts independence from Trump
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US attorney general nominee William Barr asserts independence from Trump

US President Donald Trump’s nominee for US attorney general, William Barr, on Tuesday told lawmakers that he believed Russia had meddled in the 2016 US presidential election. Speaking at his Senate confirmation hearing, Barr said he did not…

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Brexit: What happens next?
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Brexit: What happens next?

The UK parliament on Tuesday voted to reject an agreement on Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, in the biggest ever defeat of a modern government in the House of Commons. It was a major blow to Prime Minister…

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France: Emmanuel Macron begins ‘grand debate’ tour
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France: Emmanuel Macron begins ‘grand debate’ tour

French President Emmanuel Macron met with about 600 mayors across the Normandy region on Tuesday in his first session of a two-month national debate tour he promisedin response to the country’s “yellow vest” movement. In his opening remarks to…

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Police warn of safety risks as more Germans get gun licenses
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Police warn of safety risks as more Germans get gun licenses

We use cookies to improve our service for you. You can find more information in our data protection declaration. Article source: https://www.dw.com/en/police-warn-of-safety-risks-as-more-germans-get-gun-licenses/a-47093242

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Microsoft looks to instill app-compatibility confidence in Windows 7 users with Desktop App Assure
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Microsoft looks to instill app-compatibility confidence in Windows 7 users with Desktop App Assure

Credit: Microsoft One of many reasons that Windows users are often unwilling to move to a newer version of the operating system is application compatibility. But Microsoft’s contention is this may not be as big a problem as…

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