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Apple Pay is dropping support for websites that sell white supremacist merchandise

Another tech platform pulls back from the fringe hate groups of the online right Apple has disabled its payments system on websites that sell white supremacist and Nazi-themed merchandise, according to a report from BuzzFeed News. The move, which follows ...

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Twelve Memorials that Must Be Removed if Democrats Are Serious About Erasing Racism

If Democrats seeking the removal of historical memorials tied to racist history are serious, they should be tripping over one another to get in front of a camera and call for the removal of memorials and namesakes to Presidents Andrew ...

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Racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia poisoning societies, says UN chief

Racism, xenophobia and Islamophobia must be opposed by everyone in the world, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has said amid an outrage over President Donald Trump’s defence of white supremacists following the Charlottesville violence. A woman was killed and 19 ...

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Launch of Smart Buddy Digital Watch

Primary school students are included too – as Singapore moves to further embrace cashless payments. A programme touted as the world’s first in-school wearable savings and payments initiative was launched in 19 primary schools today. These children not only have ...

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Samsung’s new Portable SSD T5 is fast and mostly affordable

It’s a portable SSD golden age right now. The drives themselves are getting faster and cheaper, and most new computers these days have fast USB 3.1 connections to take full advantage of the speed. Samsung’s new Portable SSD T5 has ...

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This Molecule Found in Royal Jelly Is The Secret Ingredient to Speed Up Wound Healing

Honey bees really are tiny hardworking superheroes of the insect world – not only do they keep our agriculture going by pollinating many of our crops, but they also produce a myriad of beneficial substances, like honey and beeswax. For ...

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Australian Bodybuilder Dies From Eating Too Much Protein Before Competition

Bodybuilder and mother of two, this Australian woman who had a rare disorder died after an overconsumption of protein shakes, supplements and protein-rich foods. Meegan Hefford was found unconscious in her apartment in West Australia and was quickly transported to ...

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Melbourne Is World’s Most Liveable City For Seventh Straight Year

SYDNEY — Melbourne in Australia was rated the world’s most livable city on Wednesday, for the seventh consecutive year, China’s Xinhua news agency reported. The Economist Intelligence Unit in Britain measures the livability standards of 140 countries around the world ...

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Traditional Saman dance

More than 10,000 people broke a national record with traditional Saman dance performance in Indonesia’s Aceh on Sunday as a way to promote unity ahead of country’s Independence Day on Thursday.

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Painting and Culture Exhibition

In conjunction with the 71st Independence Day of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the High Commission of Pakistan in Brunei Darussalam held a Painting and Culture Exhibition. The exhibition is being held at the Art Gallery of the Bandar Seri ...

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