Saudis down new missile from Yemen rebels: state media

Saudis down new missile from Yemen rebels: state mediaSaudi air defences on Sunday intercepted a ballistic missile fired by Yemeni rebels at the kingdom’s southern border city of Najran, which set a farm ablaze, state media said. “Saudi forces were able to intercept (the missile),” the Saudi Press Agency said, citing the Saudi-led coalition fighting Iran-backed Huthi rebels. The missile was launched from Saada, the Huthi stronghold in northern Yemen, the coalition was cited as saying.


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Iran ex-prosecutor jailed months after sentence: media

Iran ex-prosecutor jailed months after sentence: mediaA former Iranian prosecutor has finally been taken to prison months after being sentenced over the death in custody of a protestor, the judiciary’s news agency said Sunday. The delay in starting Saeed Mortazavi’s two-year sentence had caused anger and ridicule in recent weeks, with mocked-up “Wanted” posters appearing for the notorious former prosecutor online and around Tehran. The former chief prosecutor for Tehran was sentenced last year over the death of a protester who had been jailed for taking part in the mass protests over alleged election-rigging in 2009.


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She shared drug-smuggling vacation on social media. Now 'Cocaine Babe' is off to prison.

  1. She shared drug-smuggling vacation on social media. Now ‘Cocaine Babe’ is off to prison.  Chron.com
  2. Melina Roberge: 5 Things About Girl, 24, Going To Prison For Trying To Smuggle $16M Of Drugs On Cruise  Hollywood Life
  3. Cocaine smuggler gets 8 years in $21M case, chastised by judge for social media lifestyle  Fox News
  4. Prison sentence for Instagram star cruise ship cocaine importer  NEWS.com.au
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Fox News media analyst hits Hannity for not revealing connection to Trump lawyer

  1. Fox News media analyst hits Hannity for not revealing connection to Trump lawyer  The Hill
  2. Report Says Sean Hannity Linked To Other Trump-Connected Attorneys, Besides Cohen  NPR
  3. The Crisis of Pro-Trump Journalism  New Republic
  4. Sean Hannity’s Ties to Two More Trump-Connected Lawyers  The Atlantic
  5. While Trump bashes ‘fake news,’ these are his media shelters from the storm  CNNMoney
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Cocaine smuggler gets 8 years in $21M case, chastised by judge for social media lifestyle

  1. Cocaine smuggler gets 8 years in $21M case, chastised by judge for social media lifestyle  Fox News
  2. Canadian drug mule sentenced in Australia for cocaine cruise  Washington Post
  3. Australian judge slams ‘like’ culture, sentences Quebec drug smuggler to 8 years in prison  CBC.ca
  4. Canadian cruise drug mule Melina Roberge jailed for $21 million cocaine importation  PerthNow
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Chrome 66 for Mac rolling out with saved password export & media autoplay restrictions

  1. Chrome 66 for Mac rolling out with saved password export & media autoplay restrictions  9to5Mac
  2. Chrome 66 for Android restricts autoplay, adds ‘Home Duplex’ and rounded ‘Modern Design’  9to5Google
  3. Google Chrome For iOS Now Lets Users Export Saved Passwords  Ubergizmo
  4. Chrome 66 arrives with autoplaying content blocked by default  VentureBeat
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Syria retracts report on missile attack: state media

Syria retracts report on missile attack: state mediaSyrian state media on Tuesday retracted reports of an overnight missile attack on the central province of Homs, saying a “false alarm” had activated its air defences. “Last night, a false alarm that Syrian air space had been penetrated triggered the blowing of air defence sirens and the firing of several missiles,” a military source told state news agency SANA. “There was no external attack on Syria,” the source added.


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Syrian air defence shoots down missiles over Homs: state media

Syrian air defence shoots down missiles over Homs: state mediaSyrian air defence shot down missiles over the central province of Homs, the state news agency said Tuesday, with the strikes reportedly targeting regime air bases. The news agency did not give further details and it was unclear who was behind the attack, which Syrian state television branded as an “aggression”. Big explosions were heard near Al Shayrat Air base, southeast of the city of Homs, and in eastern Qalamoun near Damascus where two other air bases are located, the Syrian Observatory for Human rights reported.


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