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Alexa May Soon Start Talking to You Out of Nowhere

Talking to Amazon's Alexa may soon seem a little less like a one-way conversation. Instead of you having to say "Alexa..." to start a dialogue, Amazon's voice assistant may initiate conversations itself. For example, Alexa could alert you when your l...

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Bereaved Palestinians, Israelis march against occupation

Bereaved Palestinians, Israelis march against occupationBeit Jala (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) - Hundreds of bereaved Palestinian and Israeli women marched through the West Bank on Friday against the Israeli occupation, in an International Women's Day event.


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Acosta headed for questions on sex offender case at hearing

Acosta headed for questions on sex offender case at hearingMIAMI (AP) — Labor secretary nominee Alexander Acosta is expected to face questions at his Senate confirmation hearing about an unusual plea deal he oversaw for a billionaire sex offender while U.S. attorney in Miami.


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Fearing the worst, US undocumented migrants brace for deportation

Adriana is preparing for the worst: deportation. The Mexican-born mother of three began preparations after reading a pamphlet obtained at her son's school in a Los Angeles neighborhood with many undocumented Hispanics. It spells out what to do in cas...

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Helicopter with business executives crashes in Istanbul, killing all aboard

By Tuvan Gumrukcu ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A helicopter carrying an executive of the Turkish Eczabicasi group and four Russians, including the firm's Russian operations chief, crashed in Istanbul on Friday, killing all seven people on board, the city's ma...

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Polish fury over re-election of EU's Tusk

EU leaders re-elected Donald Tusk as president Thursday despite opposition from his native Poland, prompting an angry Warsaw to warn that it set a dangerous pattern for bullying by a German-dominated union. The leaders voted by 27 to one at a summit i...

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