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Greece Scraps Compulsory Shariah for Muslim Minority

Photo Residents of Komotini, Greece, outside the Kirmahalle Cammi mosque last month. Muslims in the northern region of Thrace, which includes Komotini, will have the option of going to a Greek court to resolve family disputes. Credit Giannis Papanikos/Associated Press ATHENS — Greece has passed a law to limit the …

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Dish is getting Google Assistant voice control soon

Add this to the ever-growing list of stuff getting Google Assistant functionality at this year’s CES. After bringing Alexa voice control to its services back in May, Dish announced today that it will be doing the same with Google’s AI offering. The feature is arriving on the company’s Hopper, Joey and …

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Cabinet talks over Eighth Amendment report

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said there is concern among many politicians that the proposal to allow abortions in Ireland without restrictions up to 12 weeks may go one step too far for the majority of the public. Mr Varadkar said this recommendation went further than he and many people would have …

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'Werewolf' killer on trial for another 59 murders

A serial killer nicknamed the “werewolf” has gone on trial in Russia after confessing to another 59 killings. Mikhail Popkov has already been convicted of raping and killing 22 women, and has now confessed to 59 more between 1992 and 2010, according to Interfax news agency. He appeared in court …

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