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Julian Assange granted Ecuadorian citizenship

Ecuador has granted citizenship to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in the country’s London embassy for more than five years. Ecuador’s foreign minister Maria Fernanda Espinosa said Assange was naturalised as a citizen on 12 December, at his request. It comes after Britain’s Foreign Office said …

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Patriots have perfect practice attendance, including Mitchell

The New England Patriots had all hands on deck during Thursday’s practice, including wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell, who is on injured reserve. Running back Mike Gillislee (knee) and linebacker Marquis Flowers (illness) returned from missing Wednesday’s session while Mitchell sat out the team’s first two practices of the week. Mitchell …

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Student jailed for life over friend's murder

The Central Criminal Court has heard that a 24-year-old student, who murdered a friend and attempted to kill another man from whom he stole €14,000, bought clothes, socialised and paid off a credit union loan in the hours after the attack. Charles Cleary from Rathfarnham in Dublin was today jailed …

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Delta raises 2018 earnings guidance 20% due to tax law

Getty Images With the U.S. Capitol dome in the distance, a Delta airplane takes off from Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington, DC. Delta adjusted its earnings to include items such as its minority stakes in Virgin Atlantic and Aeromexico, as well as one-time charge of $150 million due to …

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Two Palestinian teens killed in clashes with Israeli troops

Image copyright AFP Image caption Youths held up Palestinian flags at a protest on the Gaza-Israel border on Tuesday Two Palestinian youths have been killed in clashes with Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip and occupied West Bank, the Palestinian health ministry says. Amir Abu Musaid, 16, was shot near …

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​Saying goodbye to Windows 8: Where did it all go wrong?

Video: Top features in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Windows 8.1 has passed another important milestone, going out of mainstream support a little over five years after the original operating system was released. When mainstream support ends, developers can no longer request changes to product design or features, and …

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