Thursday, August 16, 2018

Wi-fi could be used to detect weapons and bombs

A US study has tested out a suspicious object detection system based on ordinary wi-fi. Source link

Mexico violence: Newly elected Congresswoman kidnapped

Gunmen shot at the car of Veracruz lawmaker-elect Azucena Rodríguez Zamora and abducted her. Source link

Christine Hallquist: First transgender governor nominee picked

Christine Hallquist, a Democrat, takes a major step to becoming the first transgender state governor. Source link

Italy bridge: Grief and anger over collapse in Genoa

The death toll is now 37 and questions are being asked about whether safety clues were ignored. Source link

Afghanistan Taliban withdraws protection for Red Cross

The militants accuse the humanitarian group of failing to improve conditions for jailed Taliban. Source link

Biometric Mirror: Reflecting the imperfections in AI

The personality trait rating system helps to highlight the flaws in artificial intelligence. Source link

Goose called Gugu wins place at Chinese university

Gugu was accepted by the prestigious university after its owner says she was "reluctant to cook it". Source link

Turkey issues retaliatory tariffs on US imports

Ankara says the rises were ordered after "attacks on the Turkish economy" by the US. Source link

Genoa bridge collapse: What might be responsible?

Investigations are only beginning but experts have focused on the bridge's design and maintenance. Source link

Twitter suspends Alex Jones for one week

The InfoWars conspiracy theorist is reported to have posted a link to a video that broke Twitter's rules. Source link

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Libyan court sentences 45 to death over 2011 killings

The Justice Ministry announces says 45 Gaddafi-era militiamen will be executed for 2011 killings. Source link

Shahidul Alam: Jailed journalist's powerful photos of Bangladesh

Bangladesh has detained photographer Shahidul Alam, who has chronicled the country's troubled history. Source link
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