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CA Republicans are joining forces to help the Lincoln project defeat Trump

Now that the Lincoln Project has caught the nation’s attention with its ads that bait and attack President Donald Trump, the Political Action Committee will be grassroots. For starters, the Lincoln Project, which was founded by well-known conservatives at the end of last year, is dropping California veterans to raise and volunteer for campaigns in a handful of states against …

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Hong Kong man accused of terrorism, which aroused separatism for the slogan

HONG KONG (Reuters) – A Hong Kong man who carried a sign saying “Liberate Hong Kong, the Revolution of Our Times” when riding a motorcycle to police during a protest this week has become the first accused of employing separatism and terrorism under a new security law. The Hong Kong judiciary is seen outside the West Kowloon Magistrates’ Courts after …

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Vice President Mike Pence’s trip to Arizona was delayed because Secret Service agents tested positive for COVID-19

The Vice President stopped traveling the following day. July 3, 2020, 3:41 PM 5 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article Arizona Secret Service agents tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday or showed signs of illness as they prepared for a trip involving Vice President Mike Pence, prompting the government to postpone the trip originally planned for Tuesday …

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Fauci says new coronavirus mutation spreads fast: report

The country’s top expert on infectious disease said Thursday that a more infectious strain of coronavirus may emerge. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, claimed on Thursday in an interview with The Journal of the American Medical Association. Fauci said research suggests that Italy was destroyed by a different strain of coronavirus than …

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Singapore is about to face its worst dengue outbreak in history

More than 14,000 dengue cases have been reported in the city state since the beginning of the year, according to the National Environmental Agency (NEA). The total number for the entire year is expected to exceed 22,170 cases reported in 2013 – the largest dengue outbreak in Singapore’s history, the agency said. Dengue is a viral infection transmitted by the …

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Police arrest hundreds of criminals after infiltrating their encrypted telephone system

The UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has arrested 746 career criminals after capturing millions of encrypted text messages. The messages were sent via a subscription-based telephone system called EncroChat and cost approximately $ 1,994 per month. For that price, the criminals got a custom Android smartphone that had the GPS, camera and microphone features physically removed. While these devices come …

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Ban on China’s TikTok app “destroys” users in India

About a year ago, Sangita Gaikwad’s teenage daughter Mona introduced her to TikTok. Like many first time users of the picturesque video sharing app, Gaikwad, a homemaker in a farming village in western India, was puzzled. What would she like with an endless stream of 15-second clips showing strangers dancing, lip-syncing and reactivating memes on their phones? But when Mona …

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Children cancel live interviews for BBC and Sky News

Dr. Clare Wenham, assistant professor at the London School of Economics, discussed the lockdown in the UK on BBC when her young daughter streamed in to do her own research in the background: Where would she put her framed unicorn image? Anchor Christian Fraser offered his own real-time analysis as the interview continued: “Scarlett, I think it looks better on …

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New cases of coronavirus in 50,000 US peak in one day, with record

The United States reported more than 50,000 new ones coronavirus fall Wednesday – a record high for a single day, according to a compilation of Johns Hopkins University. Many states are struggling to contain the spread of the pandemic, partly blamed for Americans not wearing masks or following social distance rules. Increasing numbers in California got Governor Gavin Newsom to …

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Turkey launches trial against 20 Saudis accused of murdering Jamal Khashoggi

The suspects mentioned in the Turkish prosecution are tried in the absence. They include Ahmed al-Assiri, a former deputy head of Saudi Arabia’s general intelligence, and Saud al-Qahtani, a former adviser to Saudi Arabia’s crown prince. Both men are accused of “initiating excessive torture with a monstrous intent.” The remaining 18 defendants are accused of “overwhelmingly torture killings with monstrous …

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