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Pentagon can proceed with $10bn ‘war cloud’ contract, judge rules

Pentagon can proceed with $10bn ‘war cloud’ contract, judge rules

The US Department of Defense can go ahead with plans to award a multi-billion dollar contract to revamp its data
Half of Germans see Islam as threat – study

Half of Germans see Islam as threat – study

Around 50 percent of Germans are wary of Islam, a new study by a local NGO found. The pollsters blame
Trump demands banking regulation of bitcoin, Facebook’s Libra

Trump demands banking regulation of bitcoin, Facebook’s Libra

The American billionaire leader has slammed the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies, stressing that digital assets only facilitate illegal activity and
Trump orders govt to turn over ALL records for US citizen & non-citizen count

Trump orders govt to turn over ALL records for US citizen & non-citizen count

President Donald Trump has declared he is “not backing down” from his effort to determine the citizenship status of the
House Judiciary Committee approves subpoenas for 12 witnesses in Trump probe

House Judiciary Committee approves subpoenas for 12 witnesses in Trump probe

The Democrat-controlled House Judiciary Committee has approved subpoenas for 12 witnesses in the ongoing probe into whether President Trump obstructed
Indians and Chinese get paid more in UK than white Brits – govt report

Indians and Chinese get paid more in UK than white Brits – govt report

Chinese and Indian ethnic groups residing in the UK earn substantially more than their white British counterparts, while Bangladeshi and
Poland latest to repatriate its bullion from the Bank of England

Poland latest to repatriate its bullion from the Bank of England

Poland is repatriating gold from overseas, after it more than doubled its bullion holdings in the past year. Central banks
French court awards €500 compensation to Paris terrorist

French court awards €500 compensation to Paris terrorist

The morality of the French judicial system has come under fire after a court ordered the state to pay €500