Rival Retailers Try to Catch a Ride on Amazon Prime's Tailwinds

  1. Rival Retailers Try to Catch a Ride on Amazon Prime’s Tailwinds  Bloomberg
  2. Amazon Prime Day threatened by strikes at European warehouses over working conditions  CNBC
  3. Amazon Prime Day Is Here & These Are The Best Gadget Savings  Refinery29
  4. Analysis: Amazon Australia’s first Prime Day sale fails to live up to the hype  Herald Sun
  5. Amazon Prime Day 2018: The best deals so far  CNET
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After Trump's pardon, Oregon ranchers catch a ride home on Pence ally's private jet

  1. After Trump’s pardon, Oregon ranchers catch a ride home on Pence ally’s private jet  Los Angeles Times
  2. Oregon ranchers who sparked standoff home after pardon  Reuters
  3. Trump Pardons Oregon Ranchers Over Arson Case  NPR
  4. Trump Pardons Oregon Ranchers Whose Case Inspired Wildlife Refuge Takeover  New York Times
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Galaxy Note 9: Samsung's 2018 Flagship Phablet's 4000 mAh Battery Comes With A Big Catch

  1. Galaxy Note 9: Samsung’s 2018 Flagship Phablet’s 4000 mAh Battery Comes With A Big Catch  The Inquisitr
  2. Galaxy Note 9 fans won’t be happy after hands-on review shows MAJOR feature is missing  Express.co.uk
  3. Samsung files a patent of a combo iris + facial recognition Sensor  gizmochina (blog)
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Pokémon trading has finally come to Pokémon Go — but there's a huge catch and players are frustrated

  1. Pokémon trading has finally come to Pokémon Go — but there’s a huge catch and players are frustrated  Business Insider
  2. Pokemon GO: Friends Feature Live For Level 40 Players  Game Rant
  3. ‘Pokémon Go’ Players Can’t Access Social Feature Because of Level Limit  Newsweek
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Philippines asks China to stop coast guard from taking fishermen's catch in Scarborough

Philippines asks China to stop coast guard from taking fishermen's catch in ScarboroughThe Philippines said on Monday it has asked Beijing to stop the Chinese coast guard from taking the catch of Filipino fishermen in the disputed Scarborough Shoal, describing such actions as unacceptable. Local broadcaster GMA News last week aired a report that said Chinese coast guard patrols had made a habit of taking the best catches from fishermen in the area. The report included cellphone video reportedly taken by a Filipino fisherman in May that appeared to show two Chinese coast guard personnel boarding his boat and taking some of his catch.


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