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A security gaffe left Oman's stock exchange vulnerable to hackers for months

For several months, a primary router of the Muscat Securities Market has both its username and password as "admin".

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Is a war brewing between Russia and Ukraine over Moscow's actions in Donbas?

Kiev adopted a law labelling Moscow as an "aggressor" state in Donetsk and Luhansk provinces.

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Internet flips out after video of a 7-year-old orphan delivering parcels in harsh winter goes viral

The child captured in the video on Weibo has been identified as Li Changjiang or simply "the delivery boy".

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See Prince William's new hairstyle and find out how much it cost

In 2013, William had joked about his hair loss problem saying his son George had "way more hair than me, thank God!"

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IBM's sales grew for the first time in 5 years

IBM has finally broken its losing streak -- by a very slim margin.

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Baby killed and over a dozen injured after car rams through pedestrians near Copacabana beach

A baby was killed and more than a dozen people were injured after a car rammed through pedestrians near Copacabana beach in Brazil.

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'I'll be prime minister and a mum' - New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern announces she's expecting first child

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced she is expecting her first child with her partner Clarke Gayford.

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Investigators raid Newsweek Media Group HQ

Investigators with the Manhattan's District Attorney's office raided the headquarters of Newsweek Media Group, the parent company of Newsweek and the International Business Times, on Thursday.

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New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern is pregnant

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Friday that she and her partner, Clarke Gayford, are expecting their first child in June.

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Boris Johnson proposes building a bridge to France and it's not a metaphor

The Foreign Secretary said it's 'ridiculous' that the UK and France, two of the world's biggest economies, were linked by a single rail tunnel, say reports.

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Empty prisons, grounded warplanes: U.S. budget dysfunction hits home

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three hours west of Chicago, a federal prison stands ready to take in thousands of inmates and hire hundreds of guards, but its expansion is on hold, awaiting approval from a U.S. Congress that is again paralyzed by budget disputes.

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U.S. to dismiss charges against 129 people in Trump inaugural protests

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department intends to dismiss criminal charges against 129 defendants in connection with the protests that took place during President Donald Trump's Jan. 20, 2017 inauguration, according to a court filing on Thursd

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Two boys aged 12 and 13 charged with killing half a million bees after knocking over hives

Two boys, ages 12 and 13, were arrested in Iowa after vandalism at Wild Hill Honey in Sioux City killed half a million bees in December 2017.

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Tesla's Model 3 to debut in East Coast showrooms

Tesla plans to exhibit its Model 3 in New York, Massachusetts, Florida and California this weekend. But most customers who reserved the new cars are still waiting.

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Gym Owner Under Fire for Filming Women’s Butts for Promotional Video

At least one woman says she didn't consent to being filmed

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Why Amazon is buying 210 acres near a Kentucky airport

All eyes are on the 20 finalists for Amazon's second headquarters, it's not the only big expansion the company is undertaking.

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Teacher charged with sexual assault after former student 'accidentally posts nude pics'

Jason Tarlton was arrested and charged after a former student accidentally posted pictures showing "in a sexual manner" to the social media app After School.

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Suspected serial killer linked to 9 murders arrested after mother and stepfather gunned down

Police in Arizona have arrested Cleophus Cooksey Jr. after his mother and stepfather were shot dead in Phoenix. Cooksey has now been linked to 7 other killings in the Phoenix area.

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Consumer protection drops payday lender lawsuit

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Thursday dropped a lawsuit against four payday lenders yet another clue the agency may be reversing course under President Trump's interim director Mick Mulvaney.

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Why It’s a Big Deal That USA Gymnastics Is Cutting Ties With the Karolyi Ranch

Since the 1990s, the Karolyi ranch has been synonymous with USA Gymnastics, and the gold-medal winning women’s teams that have trained there. Now the organization will no longer bring gymnasts there

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Businesses stand by Dreamer employees

IBM, Wal-Mart, Facebook and Johnson & Johnson are among dozens of big U.S. companies imploring Congress to find a legislative fix to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program before it's too late.

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FBI probe potential Russian donations to NRA to boost Trump

The FBI is looking into whether a Russian banker with ties to the Kremlin illegally funneled money to the National Rifle Association to help Donald Trump secure the presidency, according to a new report from McClatchy.

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Pope Francis holds impromptu wedding for two flight attendants aboard papal plane in Chile

Pope Francis conducted an impromptu wedding of a couple of flight attendants aboard the papal plane as he traveled from Santiago to Iquique, Chile.

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Woman admitted killing friend after Facebook photo showed her with murder weapon

Authorities in Canada said that a woman pleaded guilty to manslaughter after a Facebook post showed her wearing a belt that police think was the murder weapon.

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Former British boxing champion Anthony Small charged with encouraging acts of terrorism

Anthony Small won the British and Commonwealth light middleweight titles in 2009 and appeared in BBC2's two-part documentary, Muslims Like Us.

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Larry Nassar accuses judge of running a 'media circus'

Serial sexual abuser Larry Nassar accused the judge presiding over his case of conducting a "four-day sentencing media circus" for her own benefit, according to a letter read aloud in court Thursday.

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Russia-US power struggle plays out at UN

The UN Security Council meeting was supposed to be about confidence-building in an age of widening nuclear proliferation. However, the session featured once again a big power showdown between Russia and the United States.

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Of Course This Is the French Word for Muggle in the New Fantastic Beasts Movie

The Crimes of Grindelwald will introduce the wizarding world of Paris

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Parents accused of torture 'put food in front of their starving children who they kept up till 5am'

Police have charged David and Louise Turpin with torture, abuse and false imprisonment of their 13 children in California.

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Suspect found in takeaway murder of Halton McCollin that's been unsolved for a decade

Halton McCollin was shot in the back of the head in China Garden takeaway on Chester Road in Trafford just before 9pm on Saturday 19 January 2008.

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Why does it seem like everyone is suddenly testing ICBMs?

If the world appears to be a tableau of endless ballistic missile tests of late, there is ample evidence to point to increasingly militarized nations hurling rockets across the sky.

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