More than 60 dead in South Africa floods | News

More than 60 people have been killed in southern and eastern parts of South Africa after heavy rains caused flooding and mudslides. Rescue workers were digging through collapsed homes and other buildings in coastal areas of KwaZulu-Natal province, local officials said. President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the affected region on Wednesday. “This situation calls on all … Read moreMore than 60 dead in South Africa floods | News

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41% of voice assistant users have concerns about trust and privacy, report finds – TechCrunch

Forty-one percent of voice assistant users are concerned about trust, privacy and passive listening, according to a new report from Microsoft focused on consumer adoption of voice and digital assistants. And perhaps people should be concerned — all the major voice assistants, including those from Google, Amazon, Apple and Samsung as well as Microsoft, employ … Read more41% of voice assistant users have concerns about trust and privacy, report finds – TechCrunch

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Student headed to Western Michigan executed

CLOSE Mujtaba Al-Sweikat was sentenced to death for participating in pro-democracy rallies, officials say. Detroit Free Press staff DETROIT – A Saudi Arabian man who was arrested as a teenager as he was getting ready to fly to America to begin his studies at Western Michigan University was beheaded by the government Tuesday, according to … Read moreStudent headed to Western Michigan executed

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John Bolton punishes baseball fans with a high-priced publicity stunt

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Many libertarians worry that President Donald Trump’s National Security Adviser John Bolton has taken on the role that Dick Cheney held during the George W. Bush administration. Mr. Cheney was seen as the “real” president when it came to foreign policy. Mr. Bolton has become Mr. Trump’s Cheney. Liberty-minded Americans agree with the rhetoric … Read moreJohn Bolton punishes baseball fans with a high-priced publicity stunt

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Sri Lanka attacks: Government admits ‘major intelligence lapse’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionVolunteers provide water, food and support to those mourning the bombing Sri Lanka has admitted a “major intelligence lapse” before the Easter Sunday bomb attacks which killed 359 people and wounded more than 500. An Indian intelligence warning from the beginning of the month about planned attacks … Read moreSri Lanka attacks: Government admits ‘major intelligence lapse’

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