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Op-Ed: Arab Summit leaders support Libyan UN-backed government

Amman - Arab leaders at a Summit in Amman Jordan are said to have given their absolute support to the Presidency Council (PC) of the UN-brokered Government of National Accord (GNA).

Microsoft to launch next major Windows version on April 11

Microsoft has officially announced it will be launching the next major Windows version on April 11th. The Windows 10 Creators Update will be available as a free download to all existing Windows 10 users. It's an extensive refresh of the operating system.

One year on: what do Myanmar's people think of Suu Kyi?

One year after Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) party was sworn in as Myanmar's first elected government in half a century, opinions are mixed on its performance.

Torrential rain, floods hamper Australia cyclone relief

Ayr - Torrential rain hampered relief efforts Thursday after a powerful cyclone wreaked havoc in northeast Australia, with floods sparking emergency rescues as fed-up tourists began evacuating from resort islands.

Breaking trans barriers one barbell at a time in Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh - It feels strange, but a few times each year Vietnamese bodybuilder Kendy Nguyen must strap a bikini top over his rock-hard pecs and pretend for a day he is once again a woman.

Op-Ed: Russian Play reflects the universal even to today's audiences Special

Ross - Humor is sometimes the best defense in the most trying of times and this could be said of The Ross Valley Player's production of 'Way Out West' by San Rafael playwright Joel Eis, which will premiere this coming April 7.

Israel minister swims against tide with Gaza island plan

Telavi - An Israeli minister has gone against the tide in proposing a way he says would alleviate conditions in the Gaza Strip while maintaining his country's security control -- build an island nearby.

2017 NFL Mock Draft: Updated first round projections

Cleveland - The final countdown is on as the 2017 NFL Draft takes place next month and the best college players from all around the nation will soon know where they will begin their professional football careers.

Turkey says ends its military operation in northern Syria

Istanbul - Turkey on Wednesday announced its military campaign inside northern Syria was over, without specifying whether it will pull its troops out from the neighbouring country.

US judge extends order blocking Trump travel ban

Los Angeles - The judge who halted President Donald Trump's revised travel ban on refugees and arrivals from six mainly Muslim countries has extended his order, dealing another blow to the White House.

UN chief Guterres lands in Iraq to review aid efforts

Baghdad - UN chief Antonio Guterres arrived in Baghdad on Thursday to review the humanitarian situation, calling for protection of civilians to be the "absolute priority" as Iraqi forces battle to retake Mosul.

Ivanka Trump takes unpaid job as White House adviser

Washington - First daughter Ivanka Trump is about to take on another title as an unpaid adviser to her father President Donald Trump, the White House announced on Wednesday.

China's Xi will meet Trump in US April 6-7: Beijing

Bejing - China's President Xi Jinping will travel to Florida to meet US President Donald Trump April 6 to 7, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said Thursday.

Vivaldi's new History feature reveals your browsing patterns

Vivaldi has announced a new interpretation of the History feature that's been a staple of web browser for decades. The latest Vivaldi update includes a dramatically enhanced History view that provides "comprehensive" insights into your browsing trends.

Samsung unveils its flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone

Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy S8, its 2017 flagship smartphone to rival Apple's iPhone and this year's premium Android handsets. The phone has an all-new design, a bezel-less display, Bixby intelligent assistant and improved camera hardware.

Op-Ed: Vivaldi, a relatively new browser worth trying

There are already plenty of web browsers all of which work relatively well but there are five main browsers that together constitute almost all of those used except for a small percentage of users. Some of the many other browsers are well worth trying.

Historian says Lithuania's 'birth certificate' found in Berlin

Vilnius - A Lithuanian historian on Wednesday claimed to have found a rare original copy of the country's 1918 act of independence, which reestablished the Baltic state after more than a century of Russian rule.

2017 NHL Mock Draft: Updated first round projections

Vancouver - Its been a great year of hockey and with the NHL Playoffs nearly here, fans will get plenty of great action before summer begins, but for those franchises missing out, this years draft could get them the players they need to turn things around.

Cobain's last photographer turns his lens to African music

Dakar - Best known for taking the last professional images of Kurt Cobain before his suicide, French photographer Youri Lenquette's newest exhibition reveals an eye now firmly fixed on Africa's most vibrant musicians.

S.Korea's ousted president Park appears in court

Seoul - South Korea's ousted president Park Geun-Hye appeared in court Thursday at a hearing to decide whether she should be arrested over the corruption and abuse of power scandal that brought her down.
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