Saturday, 21 September 2019  
Hong Kong police fire tear gas after protesters throw petrol bombs


Hong Kong police fired tear gas to disperse pro-democracy protesters on Saturday after pro-China groups pulled down some of the "Lennon Walls" of anti-government messages posted in the Chinese-ruled city in more than three months of unrest.

Kuwait has foodstuff reserves for four to eight months of consumption: KUNA


Kuwait has strategic foodstuff reserves to cover four to eight months of consumption, the state news agency KUNA reported, as regional tension rises following attacks on oil facilities in neighboring Saudi Arabia.

�Poland's PiS pledges more spending ahead of parliamentary election
�Malta takes some migrants from Ocean Viking, but leaves others onboard
�French police tussle with 'yellow vests' as Paris set for protest day
�Kiribati says national interest behind cutting Taiwan ties in favor of China
�UK Labour deputy leader survives bid to oust him over Brexit
�Battered Trudeau gets brief reprieve amid Canada blackface scandal
�After 'Howdy Modi,' Trump and India's PM could sign trade deal
�Greek police arrests man wanted for aircraft hijacking
Today in History for September 21st


Highlights of this day in history: President Bill Clinton's grand jury testimony in the Monica Lewinsky scandal aired on TV; Authors H.G. Wells and Stephen King born; 'Monday Night Football' premieres; Actor-comedian Bill Murray born. (Sept. 21)

J Lo wows Versace crowd with runway appearance


Jennifer Lopez won Milan Fashion Week, when she emerged on the Versace runway wearing a version of the jungle dress that nearly broke the internet almost 20 years ago. (Sept. 21)

�2,200 nurses strike at University of Chicago Medical Center
�How Botham Jean's mother is preparing to face the former police officer who killed her son
�Bryce Canyon tour bus crash in Utah: What we know
�Daughter delivers two surprises in one visit
�Barges break loose and strike a bridge near Houston
�California synagogue congregants relive horror of shooting in court
�At least 4 killed after tour bus carrying Chinese tourists crashes in Utah
�Peaceful party for revelers near Area 51 in Nevada
Google Assistant Goes to Work for Nvidia's Shield TV


Nvidia on Thursday announced that its Shield TV now includes Google Assistant as part of its Shield Experience Upgrade 6.0 update. The update also lets the Shield device work as a SmartThings Hub when paired with a SmartThinks Link. The SmartThings Link, which can be used to connect Shield TV as a SmartThings Hub, will be released in the coming months with a promotional launch price of $14.99.

�Has Google Become a National Threat?
�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?

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