• Lynk & Co 02 revealed

    Lynk & Co 02 revealed

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    Lynk&Co says it could rent out your vehicle to paying app users via the app too, much like AirBnB makes use of your empty dwelling at the same time. "We intend to make a similar impact in our home European cities with Lynk & Co's innovative approach to buying, using and owning personal mobility". The company doesn't want to talk about power or 0-100 times, claiming that consumers of Lynk & Co aren't interested in that stuff.
  • Pakistan's first transgender newsreader says she's 'overwhelmed' with support after debut broadcast

    Pakistan's first transgender newsreader says she's 'overwhelmed' with support after debut broadcast

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    Malik told the BBC she hoped her new role would change the stigma of the transgender community. "We are left with no option but to turn to begging, dancing and selling our bodies". Ashraf said that Kohinoor News aims to be a more progressive news channel for Pakistan, providing opportunities to the "disabled, women and individuals from all sorts of background."We will not discriminate, everyone has dreams, everyone has goals and so much of that talent gets thrown into the dustbin, ...
  • Emergency Fuel Lever Was Shut Off in New York City Helicopter Crash

    Emergency Fuel Lever Was Shut Off in New York City Helicopter Crash

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    The National Transportation Safety Board's preliminary report into the March 11 crash into Manhattan's East River detailed how the pilot attempted to crash land the helicopter after the engine failed. Examination of the aircraft revealed that the snapwire or "witness wire" between the fuel shutoff lever and engine control housing was broken at its lower end where it was normally secured through a hole in the control housing.
  • Plenty of clouds Tuesday with afternoon light showers

    Plenty of clouds Tuesday with afternoon light showers

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    Winds will gradually turn around from out of the southeast and then from the south Tuesday night as a warm front pushes northward ahead of an approaching low pressure center. Tuesday's forecast is a high of 31 degrees. "There is concern for some hazardous travel conditions, particularly for the Monday morning commute, as things will be ramping up", he said.
  • Bakersfield National Cemetery to honor Vietnam veterans

    Bakersfield National Cemetery to honor Vietnam veterans

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    An excerpt from the 2012 Presidential Proclamation declaring March 29 as Vietnam Veterans Day will be read. In Virginia, state agency partners include the Virginia Department of Veterans Services, the Virginia Employment Commission, and the Virginia National Guard.
  • Another chilly night, but Monday will bring some warmer temps

    Another chilly night, but Monday will bring some warmer temps

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    Friday will be sunny with temperatures in the 60s, the weather service reports. Moderate to heavy rain is more likely late Tuesday through Wednesday as a cold front move through the region. By Easter weekend, we'll rebound into the low 50s and low 60s for highs with just a scattering of rain showers Sunday evening. South wind 15 to 18 miles per hour with gusts as high as 25 miles per hour.
  • China Denies Knowledge of Visit by Top N. Korean Official

    China Denies Knowledge of Visit by Top N. Korean Official

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    Japan's Kyodo news agency reported the train's departure from a Beijing station but said it was not clear if Kim was aboard, a day after its arrival sparked rampant speculation about the mystery passenger's identity. Also on Monday evening, the Beijing railway bureau warned on its microblog, without giving a reason, of multiple train delays of up to two hours in the Beijing region.
  • Mattis: Expulsion of Russian Diplomats - Statement to Those Doubting NATO Unity

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    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addresses the media at NATO headquarters in Brussels on March 27, 2018. "This decision represents the price and the consequences of Russia's behavior", Stoltenberg said. European Union member states have agreed to take further measures against Russia after saying it was "highly likely" Moscow was behind a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter.
  • Speaker Ryan's office says he's 'not resigning'

    Speaker Ryan's office says he's 'not resigning'

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    Amodei continued, "Now that's interesting because nobody has talked to members how they're going to vote, or maybe they've talked to all the members but me, so I don't know". Trump. "You know, [former Speaker] John Boehner said the same thing: 'Hey, I checked all of the boxes I thought were important, and I'm moving on to whatever else'".
  • Russian Federation vows to answer U.S. 'blackmail' over diplomats' expulsion

    Russian Federation vows to answer U.S. 'blackmail' over diplomats' expulsion

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    Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Tuesday called the USA decision, as well as similar moves by other Western governments this month, "a colossal blackmail campaign". "When one or two diplomats are asked to leave this or that country, with apologies being whispered into our ears, we know for certain that this is a result of colossal pressure and colossal blackmail, which is Washington's chief instrument in the global scene".
  • US, Europe punish Russian Federation over spy case

    US, Europe punish Russian Federation over spy case

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    President Donald Trump, under constant political heat for his reluctance to challenge Russian Federation, ordered 60 of its diplomats out of the US - all of them spies, the White House said. "Consequently, Icelandic leaders will not attend the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation this summer", it said. "It goes without saying that this unfriendly move by this group of countries will not go unnoticed".
  • Most Americans Believe the Women Alleging Affairs with Trump — CNN Poll

    Most Americans Believe the Women Alleging Affairs with Trump — CNN Poll

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    The latest survey from CNN released Monday evening found Trump's approval rating had jumped up to 42 percent, a significant improvement for the president, who has remained largely unpopular his entire tenure in the White House. The poll shows that Trump continues to get his strongest ratings on the economy - 48 percent approve, while 45 percent disapprove. On trade generally, 38 per cent approve of the President's work while 50 per cent disapprove.
  • Men's tennis splits weekend matches, women fall again

    Men's tennis splits weekend matches, women fall again

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    The two rivals battled back and forth for about three-quarters of the first half before Katie Evans' corner kick found Hardin, who booted home the Lady Eagles' first goal of the match. Jones rounded out the results with a 4-6, 6-4, 10-5 win at the No. 5 spot against Orfanos. However, the Gusties responded with clutch play in the biggest moments of the match.
  • A Cyber Criminal Is Arrested

    A Cyber Criminal Is Arrested

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    The Spanish Interior Ministry said that during the raid in Alicante, police seized jewels worth 500,000 euros as well as two luxury cars. The Carbanak group, alternatively known as Anunak or Cobalt , attacked over 100 banks in 40 different countries using complex malware schemes that took over banks.
  • Sambhaji Bhide has backing of Modi: Prakash Ambedkar

    Sambhaji Bhide has backing of Modi: Prakash Ambedkar

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    Ambedkar said that the government has lost control over the administration and Modi is trying to bring in Hitler's rules. Prakash had earlier claimed Bhide was being protected by the Prime Minister's Office, alluding to Bhide's proximity to Narendra Modi.
  • Putin announce day of mourning for mall fire

    Putin announce day of mourning for mall fire

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin visits a memorial made for the victims of a fire in a multi-story shopping center in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, about 3,000 kilometers east of Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, March 27, 2018 . one feels like wailing - not crying", Putin said in televised remarks. On this day, national flags will be lowered throughout Russian Federation, according to the document.
  • Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Says Death of Predecessor May Have Been Poisoning

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    Collins asked Wylie why he had chosen now to blow the whistle on Cambridge Analytica. The Washington Post reported Monday that the data mining company, which has come under fire for using the data of 50 million Facebook users without their permission to craft targeted ads for Trump's campaign , sent dozens of employees who were not United States citizens to advise Republican midterm campaigns on strategy and messaging in 2014, potentially violating election laws prohibiting ...
  • Former radio jockey hacked to death in Kerala, friend injured

    Former radio jockey hacked to death in Kerala, friend injured

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    The incident took place at around 2 am at the Metro sound recording Studio in Madavoor which was owned by Rajesh. Locals, who heard the commotion, alerted the police who rushed them to a hospital. The duo were putting equipment back into the studio when car-borne unidentified assailants attacked them with sharp weapons. Rajesh used to work with Red FM as an RJ before he had joined Voice of Kerala FM station in Doha.