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Internet shutdowns aren't just Africa's problem. They're happening worldwide

Internet shutdowns aren't just Africa's problem. They're happening worldwide

When Hong Kong police fired tear gas at peaceful pro-democracy protesters in 2014, the news moved swiftly through social media. Photos and videos of mostly student demonstrators being gassed helped
The Duke of Edinburgh was in a car accident but he wasn't hurt

The Duke of Edinburgh was in a car accident but he wasn't hurt

Great Britain's Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, was involved in a traffic accident Thursday but he was not injured, Buckingham Palace told CNN.
Tick tock ... Aussie Open tennis match ends at 3:12 a.m.

Tick tock ... Aussie Open tennis match ends at 3:12 a.m.

"I'll go get some breakfast now," quipped Garbine Muguruza after she'd won her Australian Open encounter against Johanna Konta -- at the ungodly hour of 3:12 a.m.
Ford to make all-electric version of its F-150 truck

Ford to make all-electric version of its F-150 truck

America's most popular vehicle is going electric. Ford will make an all-electric plugin version of the F-150 pickup truck.
One graphic that almost explains Theresa May's Brexit options

One graphic that almost explains Theresa May's Brexit options

The clocking is ticking for Theresa May as the March 29 deadline for Britain to leave the European Union approaches.
'Friendly' Satan statue causes anger in Segovia, Spain

'Friendly' Satan statue causes anger in Segovia, Spain

How would you feel if you spotted a horned figure perching near a bridge, cell phone in hand, snapping a selfie?
Facebook takes down anti-NATO pages linked to Russian news agency Sputnik

Facebook takes down anti-NATO pages linked to Russian news agency Sputnik

Facebook removed hundreds of pages on Thursday it said posed as independent news sites in eastern Europe and elsewhere but were actually run by employees at Russian state-owned news agency Sputnik.
Indian woman becomes first to climb male-only mountain

Indian woman becomes first to climb male-only mountain

A woman in southern India has become the first to climb a sacred mountain after a court lifted a local custom that prohibited females from scaling the peak.
Suicide blast may be a taste of what's to come as US forces leave Syria

Suicide blast may be a taste of what's to come as US forces leave Syria

The drive down to the frontlines with ISIS is long and dangerous. Our escorts from the Kurdish-led forces insisted on taking us in armored vehicles from their base in the al-Omar oilfield. There are
Head of South Korean dog charity 'secretly euthanized hundreds of animals'

Head of South Korean dog charity 'secretly euthanized hundreds of animals'

One of South Korea's most prominent animal shelters has been rocked by a euthanasia scandal, amid accusations it secretly put hundreds of dogs to death despite its "no kill" ethos.
Huawei reportedly targeted in US criminal probe

Huawei reportedly targeted in US criminal probe

US federal prosecutors are reportedly working on a criminal investigation into Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
ISIS claims deadly Syria attack that killed US troops

ISIS claims deadly Syria attack that killed US troops

ISIS has claimed responsibility for a deadly explosion that killed four Americans -- two US service members, a defense contractor and a Department of Defense civilian -- in the Syrian city of Manbij
UK government survives no-confidence vote after historic Brexit defeat

UK government survives no-confidence vote after historic Brexit defeat

Theresa May will stagger on as Britain's Prime Minister after her government survived a vote of no confidence called in the wake of Tuesday's devastating parliamentary defeat for her Brexit deal.
At least 21 killed as Kenya hotel siege is declared over

At least 21 killed as Kenya hotel siege is declared over

An American and a Briton were confirmed to be among at least 21 people killed in an attack at a hotel complex in Nairobi as the incident was brought to an end Wednesday.
Goldman Sachs CEO apologizes to people of Malaysia

Goldman Sachs CEO apologizes to people of Malaysia

Goldman Sachs' new CEO is apologizing for the role of a former banker in Malaysia's multi-billion dollar embezzlement scandal.
Companies are waking up about climate change

Companies are waking up about climate change

Companies and investors are waking up to the dangers posed by climate change and extreme weather.