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TikTok will hire 10,000 people in the United States because federal employees are prohibited from downloading apps

online The ultra-popular video-sharing app TikTok has announced plans to add 10,000 jobs in the United States, although the federal government and private companies are increasingly concerned that Chinese apps may be used to monitor American users. TikTok is the most downloaded application in the first quarter of this year. MANJUNATH KIRAN/AFP via Getty Images Key facts Currently, TikTok has …

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“This is how freedom dies”: Project Lincoln curses ad warns Trump about threats to destroy democracy with unmarked federal police

A new advertisement produced by a group of Republicans warned that Donald Trump’s deployment of federal law enforcement agencies to cities facing major protests may mark the beginning of the end of American freedom. The latest damn advertisement released by the Lincoln Project features footage of law enforcement personnel recently sent by the Trump administration to Portland, Oregon, who detained …

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The Senate Foreign Relations Report warns that the future of the Internet may be Chinese and dictators

The report, commissioned by Senator Robert Menendez (NJ), the top Democrat of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said: “The United States is now on the verge of losing the future of the cyberspace.” The report added: “If China continues to refine the tools of digital authoritarianism and can effectively implement them at home and abroad, then China, not the United …

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In Mexico, murders of women surge during the coronavirus pandemic

Mexico City-According to government data released on Monday, the number of homicides in Mexico has increased during the new coronavirus pandemic, with the number of killings of women increasing by 9.2%. Data for the first half of 2020 showed that homicides increased by 1.9% to 17,982, compared with 17,653 in the same period in 2019. Activists have long worried that …

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Senate Republican: Biden has no reason to “sound the alarm” against Russia

“This is not new. Unfortunately, this is a long time we will face,” Rubio said, adding that he does not know what specific events Biden is responding to. If Republicans continue to control the Senate in November, Rubio will become a favorite of those who permanently receive the intelligence committee gavel. Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said that …

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The Department of Justice charges 2 Chinese hackers suspected of targeting COVID-19 research

National Security Assistant Attorney General John Demers announced a law enforcement case involving China in November 2018. The Ministry of Justice is prosecuting more cases of suspected cybercrime. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press Hide title Switch subtitles Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press National Security Assistant Attorney General John Demers announced a law enforcement case involving China in November 2018. The Ministry of …

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An investment of 99 liters of the Atlantic tropical storm may become a tropical storm in the eastern part of the Windward Islands

The unrest between Africa and the Lesser Antilles is showing signs of organization. It may soon become a tropical depression. In the coming days east of the Windward Islands, it may become a tropical storm. It will sail to the windward islands this weekend, but will weaken when it reaches its destination. Tropical interference over the Atlantic has become the …

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New York Times: China uses Uyghur labor to manufacture personal protective equipment, including US exports

The new “New York Times” found that China uses the labor of persecuted Uyghurs to manufacture personal protective equipment, which is then exported to the United States and other countries. The Times reported that many Chinese factories use work plans to recruit Uyghur employees, which experts call forced labor. China has detained at least one million Uyghurs in detention camps, …

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Trump threatens to declare the veto power of the national defense bill on the name of the Allies, Afghanistan policy

U.S. President Donald Trump discusses legislation on additional coronavirus assistance in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., July 20, 2020. REUTERS/Leah Millis WASHINGTON (Reuters)-President Donald Trump threatened on Tuesday to veto this year’s National Defense Authorization Act, opposing plans to strip allies from military bases, limit spending in Afghanistan, and other regulations that he believes restrict …

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Trial begins in Germany for the attack on Yom Kippur in the synagogue

BERLIN-Speaking in court on Tuesday, a young German man was charged with killing two people last fall. His plan was to fire explosives at the synagogue where the Jews gathered, and observe that Yom Kippur failed. He was inspired by white supremacists, who killed 51 worshippers. Earlier last year, there were two mosques in New Zealand. Stephan Balliet, 28, was …

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