RUMOR: PlayStation 5 Reveal and Release Schedule Leaked, Along With PSVR 2 Details and a Ton More

  1. RUMOR: PlayStation 5 Reveal and Release Schedule Leaked, Along With PSVR 2 Details and a Ton More  PlayStation LifeStyle
  2. PlayStation Won’t Attend E3 2019, Sony Confirms  GameSpot
  3. Why Exactly Is Sony Skipping E3 For The First Time In 24 Years?  Forbes
  4. Industry Momentum Will Drive E3 2019 to New Heights – The Entertainment Software Association  Entertainment Software Association
  5. PlayStation Skipping E3 for First Time in Show’s 24-Year History  Variety
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Merkel and Macron got along so well in Paris that a 100-year-old woman thought they were married

  1. Merkel and Macron got along so well in Paris that a 100-year-old woman thought they were married  Washington Post
  2. Macron reportedly asked Putin not to privately meet Trump during World War I commemorations — but they talked …  Business Insider
  3. The Latest: Leaders discuss Ukraine elections at Paris meet  ABC News
  4. Steve Hilton: Trump is right, French President Macron completely wrong about nationalism  Fox News
  5. Trump Leaves World War Commemorations Isolated Among Allies  Bloomberg
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Huawei Mate 20 X Gaming Smartphone Announced Along With New Porsche Design

  1. Huawei Mate 20 X Gaming Smartphone Announced Along With New Porsche Design  International Business Times
  2. Huawei Mate 20 Pro vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Flagship fight  Digital Trends
  3. The new Huawei is going upmarket, but the old Huawei still threatens  The Register
  4. Android Confidential: Drool all you want over the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, but don’t buy one  PCWorld
  5. Huawei Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, and Mate 20 X First Impressions  NDTV
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North and South Korea begin removing landmines along fortified DMZ

North and South Korea begin removing landmines along fortified DMZTroops from North and South Korea began removing some landmines along their heavily fortified border on Monday, the South’s defence ministry said, in a pact to reduce tension and build trust on the divided peninsula. Project details were agreed during last month’s summit in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, between its leader, Kim Jong Un, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. In a statement, the ministry said the two sides agreed to remove all landmines in the so-called Joint Security Area (JSA) in Panmunjom within the next 20 days, with military engineers performing the hazardous task on the South Korean side. There was no immediate confirmation from North Korea that its troops had begun the process. The deal also provides for removal of guard posts and weapons from the JSA to follow the removal of the mines, with the troops remaining there to be left unarmed. The JSA is the only spot along the 250-km (155-mile) -long “demilitarised zone” (DMZ) where troops from both Koreas are face to face. South Korean soldiers patrol along a barbed-wire fence near the demilitarized zone (DMZ) Credit:  Kim Hong-Ji/ REUTERS South Korean troops have gradually taken over most operations along their side of the border but international forces under the U.S.-led United Nations Command retain major roles, especially at the JSA, where an American commander and a South Korean deputy lead the security battalion. UNC spokesman Colonel Chad Carroll declined to confirm if the command would also withdraw any weapons from the JSA, but said American forces would provide support for the demining operation. “United States Forces Korea will perform a support role – to include having air medical evacuation assets available to respond within minutes of any potential medical emergencies,” he told Reuters in a statement. Since fighting during the 1950-1953 Korean War ended in a stalemate, at least nine soldiers have been killed in incidents with North Korean troops, including the killing in 1976 of two U.S. soldiers by axe-wielding North Koreans, the UNC says. In November 2017, North Korean troops at the JSA shot one of their soldiers defecting to the South five times. More recently, it was the scene of the first dramatic April summit between Kim and Moon, as well as their second, more low-key meeting, in May. In April, the neighbours announced their intention to turn the DMZ – long a symbol of tension and division – into a “peace zone”. They have already dismantled propaganda loudspeakers and some guard posts along the border. Demining projects are also set to begin on Monday in Gangwon province in South Korea’s east, to allow teams to search for the remains of soldiers killed in the war, the ministry added. More than a million landmines were laid in border areas including the DMZ and the Civilian Control Zone in the South, say demining experts, and civilians and soldiers alike have been killed or injured by them. In 2015, two South Korean soldiers were maimed by what Seoul said was a North Korean landmine, an accusation the North denied.


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Racist Bergen County sheriff resigns, along with several staff members

  1. Racist Bergen County sheriff resigns, along with several staff members  NJ.com
  2. New Jersey governor calls on sheriff to resign after ‘appalling’ racially charged remarks captured on tape  Fox News
  3. Gov. Murphy calls for Bergen County Sheriff Saudino’s resignation after racist tape: report  NorthJersey.com
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