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U.S. President Trump defends decision to share classified information with Russians
U.S. President Trump defends decision to share classified information with Russians

On Tuesday morning, United States President Donald Trump defended his disclosure of classified information regarding the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS) to Russian foreign minister Sergey V. Lavrov and ambassador Sergey I. Kislyak.

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  1. UK court remands man in custody over Leytonstone knife attack  (28 hits last hour)
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  4. British actor John Inman dies at 71  (8 hits last hour)
  5. Royal Canadian Mint unveils world's largest gold coin  (7 hits last hour)
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  12. Indiana Governor signs needle exchange program  (5 hits last hour)
  13. David Letterman signs off after 33 year career on the Late Show  (5 hits last hour)
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  15. Yankees win 3 in 4 game series with Red Sox  (4 hits last hour)


Fatal police helicopter crash in Slovakia due to technical failure: preliminary Interior Ministry finding
Fatal police helicopter crash in Slovakia due to technical failure: preliminary Interior Ministry finding

Last week's police helicopter accident in eastern Slovakia was caused by technical failure and not human error, said the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic on Friday. The statement is based on preliminary flight recorder data analysis.

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Dutch footballer Kuyt to hang up his boots
Dutch footballer Kuyt to hang up his boots

Dirk Kuyt, Dutch footballer and captain of Dutch football club Feyenoord, on Wednesday announced retirement from football.

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17 million accounts' hashed passwords, emails stolen, Zomato says
17 million accounts' hashed passwords, emails stolen, Zomato says

On Thursday, Zomato, a food ordering and restaurant finding company, announced security breach of more than 17 million accounts, via their official blog. A hacker operating under the alias nclay uploaded evidence to prove they had the stolen data — hashed passwords and emails — for sale, Hackread.com reported. Zomato later announced they contacted the hacker, who asked Zomato to organise a bug bounty programme.

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Simulations show planet orbiting Proxima Centauri could have liquid water
Simulations show planet orbiting Proxima Centauri could have liquid water

In findings published Tuesday in Astronomy and Astrophysics, a team of scientists led by Ian Boutle at the University of Exeter have created successful simulations of two possible atmospheres of Proxima B, an exoplanet orbiting Proxima Centauri, one a simple atmosphere of nitrogen tinged with carbon dioxide and another an Earth-like mix of gases.

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  1. UK court remands man in custody over Leytonstone knife attack
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