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Ancient ‘Vampire’ star spied sucking the life out of celestial giant by NASA’s planet-hunting probe - rt

Ancient ‘Vampire’ star spied sucking the life out of celestial giant by NASA’s planet-hunting probe

NASA’s planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft has witnessed the remains of an ancient star thirstily draining material from its giant celestial companion, in a remarkable interaction known as a super-outburst.
rt - 55 minutes ago
Hong Kong declares emergency & cancels New Year celebrations as coronavirus spreads - rt

Hong Kong declares emergency & cancels New Year celebrations as coronavirus spreads

Hong Kong has shuttered schools and done away with planned New Year festivities as the city scrambles to stop the spread of a deadly coronavirus.
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Indian women's college bans burqas as part of dress code crackdown

A women's college in northeast India has prohibited students from wearing burqas in the classroom, arguing that the full-body garment violates the institution's dress code. The rule will be enforced with fines.
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38 infected coronavirus patients CURED in China as epidemic rages on - rt

38 infected coronavirus patients CURED in China as epidemic rages on

Saturday has brought some good news from China, where the nationwide battle against coronavirus is underway – dozens of patients have been cured of the disease, which has also claimed a comparable number of lives.
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Chinese doctor battling coronavirus on ‘front line’ of outbreak epicenter in Hubei dies as death toll reaches 41 - rt

Chinese doctor battling coronavirus on ‘front line’ of outbreak epicenter in Hubei dies as death toll reaches 41

A 62-year-old doctor helping to beat back a fast moving coronavirus in China, Liang Wudong, has died of the illness while working in its epicenter in the city of Wuhan, Chinese state media has reported.
rt - 8 hours ago
Coronavirus isn’t a global emergency yet—but two other outbreaks still are - quartz

Coronavirus isn’t a global emergency yet—but two other outbreaks still are

WHO is already fighting two international public health emergencies: Ebola and polio.
quartz - 10 hours ago
China’s mass coronavirus quarantine was impossible to get right - quartz

China’s mass coronavirus quarantine was impossible to get right

Once a quarantine area expands to whole cities, it is much less effective.
quartz - 11 hours ago
The US health secretary is making anti-abortion speak official government language - quartz

The US health secretary is making anti-abortion speak official government language

The department has been systematically using language from anti-abortion activists.
quartz - 11 hours ago
Listening to Mike Pence’s history, you might think it wasn’t Soviets but Americans who liberated Auschwitz - rt

Listening to Mike Pence’s history, you might think it wasn’t Soviets but Americans who liberated Auschwitz

US Vice President Mike Pence’s speech on the Holocaust left the impression it was American soldiers who liberated Auschwitz, erased the Soviet Union’s well-documented act, and even used the solemn occasion to lash out at Iran.
rt - 12 hours ago
Three children found dead in Dublin house - metro

Three children found dead in Dublin house

The two boys and a girl were found in a home at Parson's Court in Newcastle in west Dublin.
metro - 13 hours ago
Nein, we didn’t sign! Germans say they are not TAKING OVER Ukraine’s railroads for 10 years (yet) after PM tags Deutsche Bahn - rt

Nein, we didn’t sign! Germans say they are not TAKING OVER Ukraine’s railroads for 10 years (yet) after PM tags Deutsche Bahn

Ukraine’s PM has announced that Deutsche Bahn will take over control of his nation’s railroad monopoly for a decade. The German firm said it will be consulting Ukraine’s rail company, but wouldn’t confirm any deeper involvement.
rt - 13 hours ago
Trump Showed up at the March for Life and Said Everything Anti-Abortion Activists Want to Hear - vice

Trump Showed up at the March for Life and Said Everything Anti-Abortion Activists Want to Hear

For many Evangelical supporters, Trump's rhetoric on abortion makes his history of divorces, affairs, lies, and sex scandals fade into the background.
vice - 14 hours ago
UN seeks help to thwart locust swarms in east Africa - channel 4

UN seeks help to thwart locust swarms in east Africa

The United Nations has called for international help to fight huge swarms of Locusts which are sweeping through parts of east Africa.
channel 4 - 14 hours ago
Greta Thunberg joins school strike in Davos - channel 4

Greta Thunberg joins school strike in Davos

The Davos business conference has wrapped - the world's global elite taking to their private jets or the ski slopes after a week of schmoozing and deal-making.
channel 4 - 14 hours ago
Will Brits who migrated to Spain stay post-Brexit? - channel 4

Will Brits who migrated to Spain stay post-Brexit?

With the Brexit deal now officially signed into law - is the future any clearer for Britons living abroad?
channel 4 - 14 hours ago
Johnson and EU leaders sign Brexit withdrawal deal - channel 4

Johnson and EU leaders sign Brexit withdrawal deal

Signed and almost sealed... the heads of the European Council and the European Commission have put their signatures on the Brexit withdrawal agreement in Brussels - before it was whisked to London to be signed by Boris Johnson too.
channel 4 - 15 hours ago
The coronavirus outbreak comes at a terrible time for China’s tourism industry - quartz

The coronavirus outbreak comes at a terrible time for China’s tourism industry

The crisis has resulted in cancelled plans, closed attractions, and grounded flights.
quartz - 15 hours ago
Populist Salvini poised for breakthrough in Italian regional elections - channel 4

Populist Salvini poised for breakthrough in Italian regional elections

Italy's far right leader Matteo Salvini is poised for a political breakthrough in this weekend's local elections - triggering shock waves through the country's establishment.
channel 4 - 15 hours ago
Activist Ghanem al-Masarir given permission to sue Saudi Arabia in UK over alleged hack of his phone - channel 4

Activist Ghanem al-Masarir given permission to sue Saudi Arabia in UK over alleged hack of his phone

A leading Saudi dissident has been granted permission by the High Court in London to sue the Saudi government - for allegedly hacking his mobile phone.
channel 4 - 15 hours ago
France confirms two cases of deadly coronavirus - metro

France confirms two cases of deadly coronavirus

France's health minister confirmed the news this evening.
metro - 15 hours ago
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Doomsday arrives for Windows 7 tech support, leaving users to fend for themselves

Doomsday arrives for Windows 7 tech support, leaving users to fend for themselves

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PC users still running 2009s Windows 7 operating system are despairing online and paying their respects as Microsoft finally ends its technical support for the software.

The 10-year-old operating system is still one of the most popular in use, making up an estimated 33 percent of the global share, second only to Windows 10. Roughly a quarter of all Windows users are still using the out-of-date OS according to StatCounter. As of Tuesday, though, there will be no more updates or patches to shore up defenses against ever-evolving cyber-attacks on Windows 7 users. 

While Microsoft did warn users for the last five years that it would end support for the product, this appears to have fallen on deaf ears judging by reactions online.

Many computers in the public sectors of nations around the world still run on the decade-old system. However, companies and organizations that are unprepared or unwilling to migrate to a new operating system can pay Microsoft for extended security updates for the next three years, on an ever-increasingly expensive, per-device basis.

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