Kingdom Hearts 3: Switching Between English and Japanese Voiceover 'Difficult' Right Now

  1. Kingdom Hearts 3: Switching Between English and Japanese Voiceover ‘Difficult’ Right Now  IGN
  2. Kingdom Hearts III Won’t Have A Final Mix Or Season Pass, But Will Add More Via DLC Instead  Siliconera
  3. Kingdom Hearts III story re-explained by series of videos  TweakTown
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Lionel Messi Missed Penalty Leads to Historic Draw Between Argentina and Iceland

  1. Lionel Messi Missed Penalty Leads to Historic Draw Between Argentina and Iceland  Bleacher Report
  2. Soccer: Iceland hold Argentina to 1-1 draw as Messi misses penalty  Reuters
  3. Argentina vs. Iceland final score: Lionel Messi misses penalty kick to win game, underdogs hold on for historic draw  CBSSports.com
  4. Messi just 6/10 after another penalty failure in Argentina draw with Iceland  ESPN (blog)
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Eid truce between Afghan army and Taliban marred by deadly blast

Eid truce between Afghan army and Taliban marred by deadly blastA blast at a ceasefire meeting of Taliban fighters in the country’s east has killed up to 20 even as the war-weary country celebrated an unprecedented holiday truce in the long-running conflict. The explosion hit a meeting in Nangarhar province as fighters met to mark the Taliban’s three-day ceasefire to mark the religious festival of Eid al-Fitr. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the explosion. At least one hardline Taliban splinter faction had previously said it would not abide by the truce, while the area is also known as a stronghold of the Islamic State group. Ghulam Sanayee Stanikzai, provincial police chief, said the attack in Rodat district came as dozens of fighters had gathered to celebrate the truce and most of the dead were Taliban. The blast came at the end of a day which had seen widespread jubilation and scenes of Taliban and Afghan military adversaries greeting each other with hugs and selfies in a large number of Afghan towns. People celebrate ceasefire in Rodat district of Nangarhar province, Afghanistan Credit: REUTERS/Parwiz President Ashraf Ghani, who first announced a week-long break in hostilities as a peace overture, on Saturday said he would extend his own truce and called on the Taliban to follow. The unexpected scenes even saw dozens of unarmed militants enter the Afghan capital. Insurgent fighters  entered Kabul through gates in the south and southeast and traffic jams formed where people stopped to take pictures of the fighters with their flags. The Taliban urged people to come forward and take photos with them. Taliban members celebrate ceasefire in Ghanikhel district of Nangarhar province, Afghanistan Credit: REUTERS/Parwiz “They are unarmed as they handed over their weapons at the entrances,” Kabul police spokesman Hashmat Stanekzai told Reuters. Their weapons would be returned when they leave, he said. In provincial and district capitals, Taliban militants rode motorbikes into towns normally under siege from the insurgent violence and the fighters exchanged greetings with police and soldiers. Taliban fighters and Afghan security forces hugged and took selfies with each other  Credit: NOORULLAH SHIRZADA/AFP/Getty Images Mohammad Amir, a resident of Kunduz which in 2015 was briefly overrun by insurgents, said “I could not believe my eyes. I saw Taliban and police standing side by side and taking selfies.” The surprise truce follows years of fruitless peace overtures and thwarted diplomacy to end a conflict that has killed tens of thousands of Afghans and more than 450 British troops. “I am here to offer greetings to our brothers in the police and army,” one Taliban commander called Baba told AFP in eastern Nangahar. “We have held the ceasefire well so far. Everyone is tired of war and if our leaders order us to continue the ceasefire, we will hold it forever,” he added. Other fighters said peace could only be found when international troops led by America had left the country.


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Elon Musk's Boring Company approved to build high-speed transit between downtown Chicago and O'Hare Airport

  1. Elon Musk’s Boring Company approved to build high-speed transit between downtown Chicago and O’Hare Airport  The Verge
  2. Chicago Picks Musk’s Boring Co. for O’Hare Express Service  Wall Street Journal
  3. Elon Musk’s Boring Company gets go ahead to build a high-speed train to Chicago’s airport  CNBC
  4. Elon Musk’s Boring Company Picked For O’Hare Express Tunnel  NBC Chicago
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Justice Dept. considered relationship between reporter and source before secretly seeking records

  1. Justice Dept. considered relationship between reporter and source before secretly seeking records  Washington Post
  2. Senate Intelligence aide pleads not guilty to lying in leak probe  Politico
  3. Ex-Senate staffer James Wolfe wants to gag ‘glib’ President Trump  NBCNews.com
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Sony is blocking Fortnite cross-play between PS4 and Nintendo Switch players

  1. Sony is blocking Fortnite cross-play between PS4 and Nintendo Switch players  The Verge
  2. E3 2018: Fortnite For Nintendo Switch Announced, Available Today  GameSpot
  3. The biggest game in the world, ‘Fortnite,’ is finally coming to the Nintendo Switch  Business Insider
  4. ‘Fornite’ Update 4.4 (1.62) Adds Thermal AR & Soccer Stadium – Patch Notes  Newsweek
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Forza Horizon 4 Has 450-Plus Cars And Cross-Play Between Xbox One And PC

  1. Forza Horizon 4 Has 450-Plus Cars And Cross-Play Between Xbox One And PC  GameSpot
  2. 43 must-see PC games at E3 2018: Watch every trailer  PCWorld
  3. Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox reportedly arriving in 2020  The Verge
  4. Microsoft Monday: E3 Xbox And Game Highlights, Bill Gates’ Gift To College Grads, Visual Studio 2019  Forbes
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Dennis Rodman weeps with joy at summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un

Dennis Rodman weeps with joy at summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-unDennis Rodman, the former basketball star, broke down on live television as he described his feelings of vindication at the historic meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un as well as the threats he endured for his unlikely friendship with the leader of a pariah state. Rodman, who became something of a cheerleader for Pyongyang after visiting in 2013, arrived in Singapore on Monday ahead of the summit. Although he has often been dismissed as a publicity seeking crank, he is one of the few Americans who can claim to have met the reclusive leader of North Korea, and one of the few in the world to know both leaders offering him an almost unique viewpoint. Speaking with CNN’s @chriscuomo while wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, former NBA star @dennisrodman describes his relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his hopes for the country https://t.co/oaMBT2GQ3npic.twitter.com/YjNf7ZI9Ky— Cuomo Prime Time (@CuomoPrimeTime) June 12, 2018 He described how he carried an offer of talks from Kim to Barack Obama after his first meeting. “I tried to do that with Obama and Obama didn’t even give me the time of day,” he told CNN, wearing one of the “Make America great again” hats of the Trump campaign. “I asked him, I said I have something to say from North Korea and he just brushed me off.” Dennis Rodman with Kim Jong-un in Pyongyan in September 2013 Credit: KCNA He became emotional and wept as he described the reaction he endured for his efforts. “It’s amazing, when I said those things, when I want back home I got so many death threats,” he said. “I got death threats. And i was sitting there protecting everything and I believed in North Korea “I couldn’t even go home. I couldn’t even go home. I had to hide for 30 days”.  Trump-Kim summit in pictures: Best photos from Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un’s meeting in Singapore He sounded like a man who had found vindication as the tears flowed from beneath his sunglasses. Rodman added that he never doubted the day would come when the world would see things differently. “I took all those bullets. I took everything that came at me and I’m still standing,” he said.  “It’s a great day and I’m here to see it. I’m so happy.” Korea summit | Read more He added that it was America’s duty to give Kim an opportunity to bring North Korea into the international fold. “He’s all about the 21st Century. He’s trying to progress the country. Donald Trump has done a great job of trying to reach out, make sure that our hands – America’s hands – are always open,” he said. “As Americans we have let so many people around the world join us to be happy and one country. That’s the United States and we have put ourselves on the line to reach out to North Korea.” Rodman has made five trips to North Korea  since Kim took power. But is also friends with Mr Trump, having appeared on his TV show Celebrity Apprentice.  Dennis Rodman was either drunk or on drugs (delusional) when he said I wanted to go to North Korea with him. Glad I fired him on Apprentice!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 8, 2014 He claims to have given Kim a copy of Mr Trump’s bestselling book The Art of the Deal, but that hasn’t stopped the New York businessmen publicly ridiculing him on his Twitter account from time to time.


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Standoff between Malta and Italy over migrants rescued by NGO in the Mediterranean

Standoff between Malta and Italy over migrants rescued by NGO in the MediterraneanItaly and Malta were in a tense standoff last night over which country should accept an NGO rescue boat carrying nearly 630 migrants. Malta said the rescue of the migrants, who set out from Libya, had been coordinated by Rome and was therefore the responsibility of Italy. But Italy’s coalition government, in what could be the start of a new, hard-line stance, said it would not accept the asylum seekers either. Matteo Salvini, the interior minister, who is also head of the hard-Right, anti-migrant League party, wrote an urgent letter to Malta saying that the Maltese capital, Valletta, was the nearest port of call. Mr Salvini’s stance could herald the eventual closing of all Italian ports to NGO vessels with migrants on board, the Italian press speculated. He has criticised humanitarian organisations for providing what he has called a “taxi service” for migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean from Libya. A woman peers out from the porthole of the MV Aquarius upon its arrival at the Sicilian port of Messina, on May 14, 2018 Credit: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP More than 700,000 have reached Italy in the last five years, with Rome long complaining that it has been left to fend for itself by the rest of the EU. The 629 migrants were rescued by the Aquarius, a vessel operated by the charities Medecins Sans Frontieres and Sos Mediterranee, off the coast of Libya on Saturday. They included 123 non-accompanied minors, 11 children and seven pregnant women. On Saturday, 400 other migrants who had been rescued at sea were disembarked in the Italian ports of Reggio Calabria and Pozzallo. They, too, had been denied disembarkation in Malta, provoking the ire of Mr Salvini. “They can’t keep saying no to requests for help,” he said of the Maltese authorities. “If anyone thinks I’ll allow another summer of (migrant) landings, without lifting a finger – that is not what I will be doing as minister of the interior.” Mr Salvini wants to dramatically speed up the repatriation of migrants whose asylum applications have been rejected. He aims to expel up to half a million unauthorised migrants.


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Historic summit between Trump and North Korea's Kim in Singapore

Historic summit between Trump and North Korea's Kim in SingaporePresident Donald Trump arrived in Singapore on Sunday for a historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that could lay the groundwork for ending a nuclear stand-off between the old foes and the transformation of the isolated state. Trump flew into Singapore’s Paya Lebar Air Base aboard Air Force One looking to strike a deal that will lead to the denuclearisation of one of America’s bitterest foes, following a divisive meeting in Canada with some of Washington’s closest allies that further strained global trade ties. After stepping down from Air Force One on a steamy tropical night, Trump was greeted by Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan.


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