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LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try again to get his Brexit deal passed by parliament on Monday after lawmakers decided to delay their agreement, a humiliating blow for a leader who has staked his reputation on leaving on Oct. 31.
Facial recognition for toilet paper dispensing first appeared in 2017 in a public restroom in Beijing.
Huawei’s latest flagship has Leica-branded rear quad cameras, improved videography capabilities and a nearly bezelless screen.
Billions are paid to social-media personalities to pitch products in an influencer economy riddled with deceit
PETALING JAYA: An ambitious plan is in the making to build a complete network of highways in Borneo linking the most remote areas in Sarawak to Sabah and then on to Kalimantan, where the new Indonesian capital will be located.
Zuckerberg said that while many people take the open Internet for granted, China has become a major global player online.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan's prime minister named a commission on Sunday to investigate a raid on a sit-in in June in which security forces killed dozens near the Defence Ministry in Khartoum, following repeated calls for justice from protest and civilian groups.
LONDON: The British government insisted on Sunday the country will leave the European Union on Oct. 31 despite a letter that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was forced by parliament to send to the bloc requesting a Brexit delay.
SEATTLE/WASHINGTON: Boeing Co said on Sunday that it regrets and understands concerns raised by the release of a former Boeing test pilot's internal instant messages noting erratic software behavior two years before deadly crashes of its 737 MAX jet
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Somalia will press ahead with poverty reduction efforts and a major regional ports and corridors initiative if international creditors forgive the country's $5 billion debt this February, as expected, the country's finance minister said on Sunday.