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Silicon Valley has a split personality about “brilliant jerks”. These are the kind of abrasive, boundary-pushing executives whom the industry (and often the media) lionises – until they push boundaries too far and are kicked out of the tech Garden of Eden.
The South Korean tech giant's new flagship Note 10+ isn’t just plus sized, it’s packed with lots of features.
In keeping with the onward march of modernisation, the Communications and Multimedia Ministry made two major announcements last week.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - A Sudanese judge on Saturday formally indicted Omar al-Bashir for possessing illicit foreign currency and corruption, charges the ousted leader challenged as he was publicly questioned for the first time since his overthrow.
ALTAMIRA, Brazil (Reuters) - Federal agents in Brazil exchanged gunfire with illegal miners in the Amazon state of Para on Friday, according to Reuters witnesses, in a dramatic example of how Brazil has stepped up environmental enforcement in the wake of rainforest fires.
DUBAI (Reuters) - A senior Iranian official said on Saturday the United States had shown flexibility on the licensing of Iranian oil sales and this was a sign that Washington's "maximum pressure" policy against Tehran had been defeated, state media reported.
LONDON (Reuters) - Spanish left back Nacho Monreal left Arsenal after a six-year spell to join La Liga side Real Sociedad while Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Elneny has joined Turkish side Besiktas on a season-long loan, the Premier League club said on Saturday.
TOKYO/SEOUL (Reuters) - A group of South Korean lawmakers visited islands disputed with Japan, sparking a protest from the Japanese foreign ministry as the countries' already tense relationship deteriorates further.
KUNDUZ, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Taliban fighters attacked the northern Afghan city of Kunduz on Saturday, setting off hours of gunbattles that raged even as U.S. negotiators were trying to seal an accord with the insurgents aimed at ending the war.
NAGAON/GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) - Nearly 2 million people have been left off a list of citizens released on Saturday in India's northeastern state of Assam, after a mammoth years-long exercise to check illegal immigration from neighbouring Muslim-majority Bangladesh.