China parades new warship as navy celebrates 70th anniversary
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China parades new warship as navy celebrates 70th anniversary

China’s navy on Tuesday celebrated 70 years since its creation with a large naval parade in the western port of Qingdao, showing off new military hardware that it hopes will bolster its global reach. The parade featured 39…

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More non-EU nationals moving to Germany for work
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More non-EU nationals moving to Germany for work

The Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) on Monday reported a 20 percent jump over the past year in people from countries outside the EU coming to work in Germany.   The group makes up a relatively small portion of the…

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Forest fire north of Berlin brought under control
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Forest fire north of Berlin brought under control

A large forest fire erupted 20 kilometers from the German capital early Monday morning. The blaze spread across an area of roughly 2.5 hectares before being brought under control by the fire brigade. The cause of the fire…

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Germany: Protesters oppose SuedLink wind energy cable
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Germany: Protesters oppose SuedLink wind energy cable

On Easter Monday, there were a series of protests in Germany against the SuedLink project. They included about 2,000 people who traveled to central Germany, near Schweinfurt, to protest the proposed 700-kilometer (435-mile) long underground energy cable running from…

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Bodybuilding.com discloses security breach
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Bodybuilding.com discloses security breach

Logo: Bodybuilding.com // Composition: ZDNet Bodybuilding.com, the internet’s biggest online store and online forum for fitness and bodybuilding enthusiasts, has disclosed last week a security breach that impacted its IT systems. Customer data might have been exposed, the…

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Sprint, AT&T settle suit over AT&T’s “5G E” branding
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Sprint, AT&T settle suit over AT&T’s “5G E” branding

Sprint has agreed to settle its lawsuit against ATT over its “5G E” advertising, Law360 reports, bringing an end to the dispute over branding that Sprint characterized as false and misleading. Both carriers reportedly claim to have settled…

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Amazon to stop providing services to third-party merchants in China: Report
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Amazon to stop providing services to third-party merchants in China: Report

Amazon has said it will shut its China online store by July 18, as the company plans to focus on its other businesses of selling overseas goods and cloud services to Chinese consumers, according to a report. Amazon…

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Reliance Jio hits 300 million customers
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Reliance Jio hits 300 million customers

Indian carrier Reliance Jio has announced surpassing the 300 million customer milestone, clocking in at 306.7 million digital services subscribers by the end of the fourth quarter of FY19. During the quarter, it added 26.6 million net customers…

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New IRA admits killing of Northern Ireland journalist Lyra McKee
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New IRA admits killing of Northern Ireland journalist Lyra McKee

The armed republican group known as the New IRA on Tuesday admitted to the killing of journalist Lyra McKee in the city of Londonderry/Derry last week. The group made the admission in astatement to The Irish News newspaper.…

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North Korea: Kim Jong Un to meet Putin in Russia ‘soon’
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North Korea: Kim Jong Un to meet Putin in Russia ‘soon’

North Korean state media said on Tuesday that the country’s leader Kim Jong Un would visit Russia “in the second half of April.” Kim “will soon pay a visit to the Russian Federation at the invitation” of Russian…

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