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Boy, 9, Shoots Dead Sister over Video Game Controller

A nine-year-old boy shot dead his sister, 13, in the southern U.S. state of Mississippi following an argument about a video game controller, local media reported Monday.

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House Call 2.0: Women GPs Bring Remote Care to Rural Pakistan

In a remote Pakistani village surrounded by lush green hills, Mohammad Fayyaz brings his two-year-old son to a clinic so that a female doctor sitting hundreds of kilometers away can examine him.

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Twitter Diplomacy: Russia, UK Spar Online over Spy Death

Meeting sarcasm with slick animated videos, Britain's foreign ministry and the Russian embassy in London have been doing battle on social media over the death of ex-double agent Sergei Skripal.

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France to Take Legal Action against Google, Apple for 'Abusive' Practices

France will take legal action against Google and Apple for "abusive business practices", Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said Wednesday.

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Dropbox IPO Aiming to Raise $748 Million

Cloud data service Dropbox aims to raise as much as $748 million through its initial public offering and a private sale of stock, according to an updated securities registration filed Monday.

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Thousands of Female Students in Lebanon Join the Movement of ‘Girls Got It’

Over 600 female public and private school students had an opportunity to learn about coding, computer programming and robotics at a series of workshops aimed at empowering young women across Lebanon to lead in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), a press release said on Saturday.

The workshops, now in their sixth edition, are part of Girls Got IT, is a joint initiative between five Lebanese NGOs, led by Lebanese League for Women in Business (LLWB) in collaboration with the Lebanese Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE), supported by UNICEF, funded by the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

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Video Games Linked to Violence, Trump Tells Industry

Video games have been linked to real-world violence, U.S. President Donald Trump told gaming industry leaders in a meeting Thursday after a school shooting last month reignited a national debate over guns.

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Study: False News Online Travels Faster than the Truth

False information on the internet travels faster than the truth, researchers said Thursday. But contrary to popular belief, it is largely people who spread the misinformation, not robots.

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5G, the Cornerstone of the Digital Revolution

Blazing fast 5G wireless networks promise to unlock the potential of internet connected devices, or the Internet of Things -- making driverless cars and talking fridges a reality.

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Facebook Pulls Gun game from Conservative Gathering

Facebook pulled a virtual reality gun game from a major US conservative political gathering Friday, saying the demo was a mistake given the recent deadly school shooting in Florida.

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