Thursday, 21 February 2019  
Former New Zealand PM denies writing article in China's official paper


New Zealand's former prime minister has denied writing an article attributed to her by the official newspaper of China's ruling communist party that praised the Asian giant's economic development at a time of strained ties.

China's desire for close Iran ties unchanged, Xi says ahead of Saudi prince's visit


China's desire to develop close ties with Iran will remain unchanged, regardless of the international situation, President Xi Jinping told the speaker of Iran's parliament, ahead of Thursday's visit to Beijing by Saudi Arabia's crown prince.

�Bangladesh building fire kills at least 56, toll could rise further
�French TV cuts Facebook live feed from Jewish cemetery after anti-Semitic abuse
�Trump likely to visit Japan in May, G20 in June
�Moscow ready to cut time for nuclear strike on U.S. if necessary: Putin
�Fire kills at least 10 in Bangladesh capital, official says
�Woman who joined Islamic State cannot return to U.S., Pompeo says
�Billionaire Branson hopes aid concert opens Venezuela's borders
�Venezuela's deputy U.N. military attache backs Guaido
Has Google Become a National Threat?


The idea that Google might be becoming a national threat is what struck me when I read a column by Zephyr Teachout, a law professor at Fordham University. She makes a compelling argument that Google has reached a point where it no longer allows dissent outside the company -- though, given the recent firing of a Google engineer, that may be true inside the firm as well.

�LG Unveils V30 Flagship With Super Camera, Sound Features
�Bodhi Linux With Moksha Is Truly Enlightening
�Pixelmator Pro Whirlwind Appears on the Horizon
�Next US Elections: Open Source vs. Commercial Software?
�Global Cyberattack on Energy Sector Stokes Deep Fears

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