Day: June 29, 2019

Stephen Harper aidera à la négociation du Brexit

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles L’éco, future monnaie unique en Afrique de l’Ouest Trump n’a pas parlé de l’extradition de Meng Wanzhou avec le président chinois En route vers la Corée du Sud, Donald Trump convie Kim Jong-un à la frontière Nos ordures de retour au Canada pour être incinérées Affaire Skripal : un officier russe aux commandes […]

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Android Messages may get Snapchat-like AR effects

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links SIPA USA/PA Images Apparently, Google has plans to turn the Android Messages app into a veritable Instagram and Snapchat rival. XDA Developers has discovered that the tech giant is testing augmented reality effects with pretty impressive elements within its messaging app — the publication even managed to activate the feature […]

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Winners and losers in Trump’s big China trade announcement

World June 29 at 2:47 PM President Trump cooled off his trade war with China this weekend, announcing he would hold off imposing more tariffs. Many businesses are cheering the move, which happened Saturday morning in Japan (Friday night in the United States) on the sidelines of the Group of 20 meeting of world leaders. […]

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U.S. and China agree to restart trade negotiations following meeting between Trump and Xi at Group of 20 summit

World June 29 at 6:28 PM President Trump’s decision Saturday to relax limits on Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei and to delay new tariffs on Chinese goods may revive stalled trade talks with Beijing, but it leaves negotiators confronting the same tough issues that derailed negotiations in early May. Trump’s move — which came in a […]

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The G-20 talks about ways to empower women. But only two member countries are run by women.

World Global leaders at the Group of 20 summit in Osaka, Japan. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/AFP/Getty Images) June 29 at 2:49 PM At this year’s Group of 20 summit in Osaka, Japan, leaders met to discuss a wide range of economic issues, including women’s empowerment and gender gaps in the labor force. “We must continue to prioritize […]

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Iran vows to ‘soon’ breach uranium stockpile limits, as European efforts fall short 

World June 29 at 3:03 PM MANAMA, Bahrain — European efforts to persuade Iran to stick within the limits of the nuclear deal have been insufficient and the country will breach uranium stockpile limits “soon,” Tehran’s semiofficial Fars News Agency reported Saturday, a move that could further escalate tensions with the United States.  Iran has […]

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Sudan’s protesters dodge crackdowns before ‘million march’ against military rule

World Policemen stand guard as supporters of Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo attend a military-backed rally in Sudan on Saturday. (Hussein Malla/AP) June 29 at 2:06 PM KHARTOUM NORTH, Sudan — Ahead of a giant protest planned for Sunday in Sudan’s capital, the Sons of Shambhat, a group of men from one of the city’s most […]

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Report: Kemba tells Hornets he intends to sign with Celtics

NBA.com: News Go to Source Kemba Walker, who spent his first eight seasons in Charlotte, is the Hornets’ all-time leading scorer. The last time Kemba Walker was playing for a team in New England, he delivered a championship. Boston fans can only hope that repeats itself. A person with knowledge of the situation said Saturday […]

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Callander FunFest 2019

North Bay Nugget The start of Callander’s Canada Day parade makes its way down Main Street by Centennial Park, Saturday during FunFest. Cody Storm Cooper Photo A clown waves to the FunFest crowd during the Canada Day parade, Saturday in Callander.Cody Storm Cooper Photo The Canadian Legion band performs during Callander’s Canada Day parade.Cody Storm […]

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Countries back plan to create ‘free flow’ of data across borders

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Kazuhiro Nogi/Pool Photo via AP It might become easier to shuttle data across borders in the future. A total of 24 countries have signed a statement supporting the Osaka Track, a plan from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that would create rules for a “free flow” of data while respecting […]

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