When the ‘Big Brother’ loses in court

In major privacy win, Supreme Court rules police need warrant to track your cellphone.

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Corbyn: Labour government would recognize ‘Palestine’

British Labour leader says a Labour-led government would recognize “Palestine” as a state.

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Saudi Arabia intercepts missiles fired by Houthis

Saudi air defenses intercept two missiles fired from rebel-held territory in neighboring Yemen.

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United Torah Judaism to remain in coalition

MK Moses on draft law: The law will be approved in its first reading and that's fine. By the third ...
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Can Israel be World Lacrosse champions?

Do you know that World Lacrosse championships take place in Israel?

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Segregation at Rabin Square

Despite religious objections, public spaces belong to the entire public and equality in such spaces must be safeguarded ...
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For relatives of Guatemala volcano victims, an agonizing wait

For relatives of Guatemala volcano victims, an agonizing waitAt an improvised morgue in the Guatemalan town of Escuintla, dozens of people stand around in an anguished daze, clutching photos of their loved ones, hoping to recover their bodies for burial. This small town, some 35 kilometers (20 miles) southwest of Guatemala City, was nearly wiped off the map last Sunday by the violent eruption of the Fuego volcano and the crushing avalanches of earth, ash and glowing lava that followed. “They are not animals, they are people,” said Boris Rodriguez, 24, who managed to recover a dozen corpses shortly after an avalanche devastated the village of San Miguel Los Lotes.


Buyers travel thousands of miles to pick up first batch of Elon Musk's flamethrowers

Buyers travel thousands of miles to pick up first batch of Elon Musk's flamethrowersThe first batch of flamethrowers sold by Elon Musk’s tunnel construction business The Boring Company have been handed out to customers – with some people traveling thousands of miles to pick one up. The Tesla entrepreneur had suggested the idea of selling a flamethrower at the end of 2017, with the project aiming to raise $10m for The Boring Company, which was founded with the intention of building a network of tunnels to help reduce traffic congestion across the US. Mr Musk claimed that the company had sold 20,000 of the $500 in four days in during January this year, with the first flamethrowers handed out at Boring’s Hawthorne, California offices over the weekend.