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Boris Johnson cancels Moscow trip over Syria

Russian leaders, who have dubbed as illegal the US action to punish the government of President Bashar al-Assad for its use of chemical weapons, ramped up the war of words late Friday when the country's prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev, warned America was "one step away from military clashes with Russia ".

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Samsung's first-quarter operating profit soars, posts highest results since 2013

The current record was set in the third quarter of 2013, when Samsung's operating profit hit 10.1 trillion won. Last week, it presented and began taking preorders for its Galaxy S8, its first major smartphone launch since the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.

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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes steps down from Russian Federation probe

Devin Nunes has been under heavy criticism. EWING: Potentially. And having Republicans who don't have these ethics issues run this process means that they could focus on it more fulsomely and talk more about that storyline, which is what the White House wants the story to be.

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Samsung Forecast Windfall In Coming Quarterly Result

Samsung will be an initial flexible-display supplier for rival Apple Inc.'s iPhone coming out later this year, The Wall Street Journal reported in February. LG did not elaborate on its earnings estimates and will provide detailed financial results at end-April. Lee's lawyers have previously denied all charges brought against Lee.

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U.S. airstrike will adversely impact India's business plans in Syria

Haley condemned the use of chemical weapons and also said that the Iranian and Russian governments deserved some of the blame for the recent attack for propping up Assad's regime. The U.S. charged that the planes carrying the chemical weapons flew out of the Shayrat air base, where seven people were killed by the American missiles.

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Syrian jets take off from air base US missiles struck

Many people welcomed the intervention from the USA, including Syrians, on social media, some of whom changed their profile pictures to an image of Mr Trump to show their support. Mr Tillerson is then expected to travel to Moscow on Tuesday, where he will threaten Vladimir Putin with isolation if he continues to support Mr Assad's regime.

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DICE is moving to monthly updates for Battlefield 1

DICE outlines what's going on with Battlefield 1 this spring. Battlefield 1 Developer DICE has published a new article titled "The Road Ahead for Battlefield 1 ", and as you can probably glean from teh title, the entry focuses on future plans for the popular World War 1 Shooter.

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April the giraffe preparing for 'launch sequence,' say zoo officials

Celebrity tag was bestowed on the giraffe in February when Animal Adventure Park launched a live stream on YouTube to make the world watch her birth pangs. While giraffes seem to be just popping out in the United Kingdom and at the Denver Zoo , we're still waiting for April to have her baby. "She is still showing all the signs that she is nearly ready", said Dr.

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Not so easy after all

An effort to get consensus on the bill so that it could be voted on before the House goes into recess for two weeks on Friday appears to have failed. GOP chiefs announced a modest amendment to curb premium increases, but internal divisions still blocked their promised repeal of former President Barack Obama's law.

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Smith leads Pune chase to beat Mumbai in IPL opener

Pune managed just 63 runs in the first ten overs for which captain Maxwell deserves utmost credit for using his bowlers well. Ajinkya Rahane and Steve Smith were unstoppable with bat in hand while Imran Tahir came out of the disappointment of his auction snub to pick up three crucial wickets.

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Samsung profits soar after recovery from Note 7 debacle

The court is expected to deliver a verdict by the end of May. One of his lawyers, Song Woo-chul, presented about 70 slides in a presentation, contending the prosecutors' argument was unreal and "full of contradictions". The South Korean company said operating profit for the first three months of this year was estimated at 9.9 trillion won (£7 billion), up 48% from a year earlier.

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Trump, Without Evidence, Accuses Susan Rice of Committing Crime

He declined to say if he had personally reviewed new intelligence to bolster his claim but pledged to explain himself "at the right time ". Strictly speaking, it isn't: FBI Director Jim Comey and the chairmen of the House and Senate Intelligence Committee all say there was no "wiretap" of Trump.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 facial recognition security is easily fooled

Now, a report in Android Central reveals that Samsung is well aware of this self-inflicted design problem and has chose to build in a popup warning message reminding you to clean the lens. Both phones come with better and improved Iris scanner. However, it uses more image processing tricks: the S8 snaps three photos every time you hit the shutter button, then tosses in noise reduction, pixel binning, sharpening, and shake reduction to reduce blur.

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LG Electronics estimates Q1 profit surged, likely best in nearly 8 years

The strong comeback was a result of booming sales of memory chips and flat-panel displays, Samsung said . Still, some analysts said losses likely were smaller in January-March as LG's new lower-tier products fared better and the company reduced marketing spending.

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LG Elec says Q1 operating profit likely up 82 percent

Such relations may have aided South Korea's rapid economic ascent but now are a source of growing public discontent and a key target of contenders in a May 9 snap presidential election. - Grandson of Samsung founder Lee Byung-chul, son of current chairman Lee Kun-hee. "But there was no such need", Song said. The company did not elaborate on its performance and will disclose detailed earnings in late April.

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Donald Trump hails 'outstanding' relationship with Chinese president

Many of those aggrieved workers helped Mr Trump win the November presidential election and he is under pressure to deliver on his promises to them. During the second and final day of meetings with the Chinese leader, Trump's tone had appeared to soften, and Chinese state news agency Xinhua reported that Trump had accepted Xi's invitation to visit China .

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Samsung Electronics posts double-digit growth in Q1 operating profit

Preemptive aggressive investment and release of unmatchable innovative cost-effective chips at a time of tight supply and explosive demand in memory to power smart devices, high-performance phones and PCs has brought bigger earnings than expected for the world's top chipmaker Samsung Electronics .

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Georgia Republicans rally around Trump after Syria strikes

While the U.S. cruise missile strikes early on Friday were in retaliation for the gas attack, Mr Lavrov accused America of threatening global security. McCain says the air strikes should also serve as a message to Russia's president, Vladimir Putin. "When you take your own path, this leads to frightful tragedies in the region", he told the Americans.

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Samsung boss Lee Jae-Yong goes on trial in South Korea

The company has said that it expects operating profit to be around 9.9 trillion Korean won (£6.9bn) for the first quarter of 2017, with sales valued at approximately 50 trillion won (£35bn). But the special prosecution says Samsung's Lee actively curried Park's favour to cement his control of the family business empire. That overshadowed Samsung reporting quarterly profit of almost $9 billion - its highest in more than three years - and the start of pre-orders in South Korea for its ...

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Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro launched in India at Rs 27990

The industry reports shows, the combined sales of Samsung Electronics new flagship Galaxy S8 series, which will officially hit the shelves later this month, are expected to surpass the 40 million unit-mark. The company's components business, consisting of display panels and memory chips, is likely to have helped boost the company's profit in the first quarter.

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US Navy strike group to move toward Korean peninsula

Navy press release. It is not uncommon for aircraft carriers to operate in that area, and the USA regularly deploys military assets, such as aircraft, to the region as a show of force. The moves comes as concerns grow about North Korea's advancing weapons program. "If China is not going to solve North Korea, we will", Trump told The Financial Times April 2.

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Samsung tips huge jump in profit as heir to stand trial

A customer tries out a Samsung Electronics Co. The leader of the smartphones-to-biopharmaceuticals business empire is the only founding family member among the country's most powerful conglomerates, called chaebol, to be indicted in a graft scandal that led to Park becoming South Korea's first democratically elected leader to be removed from office.

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Syrian warplanes take off from same air base United States bombarded

Rebels support such strikes and everything that can reduce the power of the Syrian air force, he said. Russian defence ministry spokesman Maj Gen Igor Konashenkov said the strike destroyed six Syrian air force MiG-23 fighter jets which were undergoing repairs, but did not damage other warplanes at the base.

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Samsung tips best quarterly profit in over three years as chips soar

The Apple Inc rival has rapidly recovered from last year's costly failure of its fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 device, despite a political scandal involving Vice Chairman Jay Y. "Right now, it's about as good as it gets for Samsung", said Park Jung-hoon, fund manager at Samsung shareholder HDC Asset Management told TechWire Asia .

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Citizen Scientists Find 4-Planet Solar System In Only 48 Hours

Volunteers are tasked with looking for changes in the stars' light due to transits, which occur when a planet crosses in front of its star as it orbits, as seen from Earth. Lately it seems like everyone has been discovering new exoplanets far beyond our solar system. These rocky planets are much closer to their star than even Mercury is to the Sun, taking between three and 13 days to complete one orbit, so they're likely to be more than a little toasty.

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European Union adds to North Korea sanctions

North Koreans cheer after their women's soccer team scored their first goal against South Korea in a qualifying match for the Asian Football Confederation Cup at the Kim Il Sung Stadium on Friday, April 7, 2017, in Pyongyang, No. The estimated range of the missile that North Korea is inching ever so close to now could put parts of the United States, among other countries, within its firing range.

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Samsung's refurbished Galaxy Note 7 may have appeared in leaked images

Bixby will only be available in Korean and US English and only work with a handful of apps at launch, but Samsung says it will support nearly every task the apps are capable of performing, entirely through spoken commands. He added that sales of mid-to-low tier smartphones also helped the mobile business remain profitable. The South Korean firm's Galaxy Note 7 smartphone was plagued with problems.

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SpaceX success: Makes history with launch and landing of a used rocket

The booster was undamaged and potentially could fly a third mission. The SES satellite launched Thursday is expected to boost communications capacity across Latin America, "ranging from the Gulf of California in Mexico to Cape Horn in Chile", according to SpaceX .

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NSW by-election: Labor claims Gosford, Liberal Party takes Manly

The Liberal Party narrowly claimed victory in two key pieces of its heartland in Sydney's north after voters delivered thumping swings away from the party in three byelections on Saturday. Long held by the Liberals, the seat is at risk of falling to an independent because of anger over the state government's controversial council mergers policy.

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Hillary Clinton says misogyny "played a role" in her incredible election defeat

In her first interview since she lost, Clinton said she "wrestles" with the fact that her gender did influence the results. "Certainly, misogyny played a role". He told the news channel: "I don't know if the word is impressed but I'm pleased, I'm pleased that someone finally, the United States being the most likely candidate, caused the Assad regime to pay a price for its continual criminal violations of the laws of war".

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Far Cry 4 creative director leaves Ubisoft

However, the studio is not working on any project as of now and there is zero information about the studio except the studio's website. He said that the studio is "hard at work imaging a brand new world to inflict on all of you", indicating that the game is still in the earliest stages of design.

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U.S. strike on Syria was correct move, Alabama Congress members say

While threatening further strikes , the United States envoy also said it was time to press on with a political solution to the six-year war. "The very presence of USA troops and other countries on the territory of Syria , without the consent of the Government or the decision of the UN Security Council is a gross, obvious and unwarranted violation of global law".

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Samsung says S8's Google Assistant inclusion is 'all about giving consumers choice'

While Samsung's brand new Bixby voice assistant launches through a specific button on its left-hand side, Google Assistant is the voice AI that launches when you hold down the home button, arguably an easier launching method. The ease with which the user was able to unlock the device should pose a concern for the users despite other ways of securing the device. The company noted that the handset comes with a fingerprint reader on the back to complement its facial recognition and iris scanner ...

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Situation in Odisha town under control: Government

Union minister for petroleum and natural gas Dharmendra Pradhan said he has requested union home minister Rajnath Singh to send two companies of central paramilitary force to Bhadrak to deal with the situation. On Saturday, the main market of the town by the side of National Highway 5 wore a deserted look with smoke still smouldering from shops that were set ablaze.

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Susan Rice may have committed a crime, Trump says without providing evidence

I think it's going to be the biggest story". "So who's right - Trump and his allies, or Rice? ". "Well I think the American people have a right to know what was going on". On Wednesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan said the House intelligence committee investigation looking into Russia's role in the 2016 election was back on track after the committee's chairman had a secret meeting on White House grounds about intelligence that Trump later said vindicated his Obama wiretapping claims.


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