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Prosecutors in Frankfurt are investigating two people for making up a crime, after they claimed in a national newspaper that dozens of Arab men rioted and sexually assaulted women at New Year.

The claims first appeared in Bild newspaper on February 6th, which described the men as a “rioting sex mob,” speculating that they had come from a refugee home in central Hesse.

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What if you wrote some code that constantly monitors Trump’s feed and analyzes each tweet for mentions of publicly traded companies? Then, you’d immediately trade the affected stocks based on the detected sentiment: buy if positive and short if negative. The whole thing could be 100% automated.

I just finished writing a bot which does exactly that. For your convenience, it also tweets out a summary as @Trump2Cash each time it springs into action.

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We propose a (cross-)browser fingerprinting based on many novel OS and hardware level features, e.g., these from graphics card, CPU, audio stack, and installed writing scripts. Specifically, because many of such OS and hardware level functions are exposed to JavaScript via browser APIs, we can extract features when asking the browser to perform certain tasks through these APIs. The extracted features can be used for both single- and cross-browser fingerprinting.

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Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has admitted claims made on his website that he lost "close personal friends" at Hillsborough are false.

The claim was made on Mr Nuttall's website in 2011, in a post under his name featuring a quote attributed to him.

A post about attempts to block the publication of files concerning the Hillsborough Inquiry reads: "Without them being made public we will never get to the bottom of that appalling tragedy when 96 Liverpool fans including close personal friends of mine lost their lives.”

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Po miesiącach publicznej walki, DEA, amerykański urząd ds. narkotyków, usuwa ze swojej strony internetowej fałszywe informacje na temat marihuany.

O usuniecie tych treści wystąpiła organizacja non-profit, Americans for Safe Access, powołana, by zapewnić bezpieczny i legalny dostęp do medycznej marihuany.

Swoje zastrzeżenia organizacja zgłosiła w zeszłym roku, żądając natychmiastowego usunięcia fałszywych informacji ze strony internetowej i materiałów informacyjnych DEA.
nasiona marihuany, sklep internetowy

Ich zdaniem, co najmniej 25 stwierdzeń na temat marihuany na stronie DEA narusza dekret o dostępie do informacji wysokiej jakości (Information Quality Act, IQA), zgodnie z którym rządowe agencje powinny szczególnie dbać o prawdziwość publikowanych informacji i są zobowiązane odpowiedzieć na żądanie ich zmiany w ciągu 60 dni.

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senior National Security Agency official explained that NSA was systematically holding back some of the “good stuff” from the White House, in an unprecedented move. For decades, NSA has prepared special reports for the president’s eyes only, containing enormously sensitive intelligence. In the last three weeks, however, NSA has ceased doing this, fearing Trump and his staff cannot keep their best SIGINT secrets.

Since NSA provides something like 80 percent of the actionable intelligence in our government, what’s being kept from the White House may be very significant indeed. However, such concerns are widely shared across the IC, and NSA doesn’t appear to be the only agency withholding intelligence from the administration out of security fears.

What’s going on was explained lucidly by a senior Pentagon intelligence official, who stated that “since January 20, we’ve assumed that the Kremlin has ears inside the SITROOM,”

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This weekend, as news of a ballistic missile launch by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) reached President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, President Trump got on his phone, and Abe consulted with staff. This didn't happen behind closed doors, however; it took place as members of Trump's Mar-A-Lago Club watched on in the resort's dining room. One club member even posed for photos with Trump's aide-de-camp—the Air Force major carrying the president's "nuclear football"—and posted pics of the scrum around Trump's table on Facebook.

Trump is comfortable conducting business over a meal. Last month, Trump approved a raid by US Navy SEALs in Yemen on an Al Qaeda compound not after a briefing in the White House situation room but rather over dinner with senior officials. These and other details of how the new president and his administration operate suggest that despite hitting Hillary Clinton hard for her security foibles, the Trump White House is not big on operational security (opsec).

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ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY • A Missouri Ku Klux Klan leader might have been shot in his sleep because he had told his wife he wanted a divorce, St. Francois County Prosecutor Jarrod Mahurin said Monday after filing murder charges.

“It may have been a marital issue,” he told a reporter. He said Frank Ancona, 51, was shot in the head between 2 and 3 a.m. on Thursday.

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As seven abducted women and four children were being taken deeper into Sambisa forest, Aisha Bakari Gombi received a call.

The voice was familiar: an army commander asking her to assemble a group of hunters to track them down.

The 11 had vanished earlier that day after a group of Boko Haram militants attacked their village, Daggu. Three local people were shot dead and cars, houses and food stores set ablaze.

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