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Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 13:40
The US government on Tuesday filed a blockbuster lawsuit accusing Google of maintaining an "illegal monopoly" in online search and advertising in the country’s biggest antitrust case in decades — opening the door to a potential breakup of the Silicon Valley titan. The politically charged case, which could take years to play out, draws new battle lines between the US government and big tech with potentially major implications for the sector. US Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen said that the case filed with Republican state attorneys general from 11 states takes aim at Google’s dominance of the online ecosystem. "Google is the gateway.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
A feared militia on Tuesday attacked a prison in the restive east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo), freeing hundreds of inmates, local officials and police said, as the Islamic State (IS) group claimed responsibility for the predawn assault. Two prisoners were shot dead during the breakout from the Kangbayi Central Prison in Beni at about 4:30am, police wrote on Twitter, blaming the attack on the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF). Beni Acting Mayor Modeste Muhindo Bwakanamaha also attributed the attack to the ADF, which originated in the 1990s as a Ugandan Muslim rebel group and has been accused of.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
Tundu Lissu, shot 16 times in an assassination attempt, has returned to Tanzania to run for president — but he did not know what to expect after the "hell" experienced by the opposition under Tanzanian President John Magufuli. Political rallies had been banned for years, freedom of speech suffocated, and opposition leaders killed, abducted and arrested — Lissu was worried for his own safety. However, the 52-year-old has been amazed by his compatriots’ reaction as he crisscrosses the country to crowds clamoring to see him. "After five years of repression, I was not expecting this kind of enthusiasm and mass support from the.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
France was yesterday to pay tribute to a history teacher beheaded in a quiet Paris suburb as French President Emmanuel Macron promised to intensify a clampdown on Muslim extremism. Police have carried out dozens of raids, while the government has ordered the six-month closure of a mosque and plans to dissolve a group that supports Palestinian militant group Hamas. "Our fellow citizens expect actions," Macron said during a visit to a Paris suburb on Tuesday.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
A NASA spacecraft on Tuesday touched down on the rugged surface of the Bennu asteroid, grabbing a sample of rocks dating back to the birth of our solar system to bring home. The minivan-sized OSIRIS-REx spacecraft, built by Lockheed Martin, extended its 3.35m robotic arm toward a flat patch of gravel near Bennu’s north pole and plucked the sample of rocks, the space agency’s first handful of pristine asteroid rocks. "Sample collection is complete, and the back-away burn has executed," Lockheed mission operator Estelle Church said seconds later, confirming that the spacecraft eased away from the space rock after making contact. The probe.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
It is no secret that thousands of laboratories around the world use cells derived from a fetus that was aborted decades ago to develop vital medicines. However, it is a contentious topic in the US, where conservatives and anti-abortion advocates have long deemed the practice unethical. The matter is once more under the spotlight after US President Donald Trump was treated for COVID-19 using Regeneron’s antibody treatment. The company used aborted fetal cells as part of its testing process. "It’s becoming annoying," Andrea Gambotto, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh, said of the controversy. Gambotto has used a cell line called HEK 293,
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
A Danish man convicted of torturing and murdering a Swedish journalist on his homemade submarine made a dramatic, but brief escape from a suburban Copenhagen prison on Tuesday, reportedly taking a hostage to break out before police recaptured him. Peter Madsen was quickly apprehended near the Herstedvester prison where he is serving a life sentence for the killing of Kim Wall. Danish Minister of Justice Nick Haekkerup called the escape attempt "very serious.". "
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
JAPAN. Deer-edible bags invented. The deer that roam Nara no longer face discomfort — or far worse — after local firms developed a safe alternative to the plastic packaging discarded by tourists that often ended up in the animals’ stomachs. Last year, several of the 1,300 deer that wander around the ancient capital’s central park were found dead after swallowing plastic bags and food wrappers. Firms collaborated to develop bags that pass safely through the animals’ complex digestive system. The bags are made with recycled pulp from milk cartons and rice bran, one of the main ingredients of the shika senbei savory.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
Soldiers on Tuesday opened fire on people protesting against police brutality in the Lekki district of Lagos, Nigeria, and at least two demonstrators were shot, four witnesses said. Thousands of Nigerians have demonstrated nationwide every day for nearly two weeks against a police unit, the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, that rights groups had for years accused of extortion, harassment, torture and murders. The unit was disbanded on Oct. 11, but the protests have persisted, with demonstrators calling for a raft of law enforcement reforms. "They started firing ammunition toward the crowd.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s minority Liberal government on Monday said that an opposition push for an anti-corruption committee would trigger a vote that could force a fall election in Canada. Liberal House of Commons leader Pablo Rodriguez said the government considers the Conservative motion to be a matter of confidence. Trudeau’s Liberal Party won re-election last year, but does not have the majority of seats in parliament and must rely on at least one opposition party to remain in power. Trudeau said he does not want an election, and that his government is focused on the health and economic crisis during.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
A disconsolate mother dressed in white wanders through Mexico City’s floating gardens looking for her children killed by COVID-19, in a pandemic-era adaptation of a legend rooted in Aztec mythology. The traditional play La Llorona (The Weeping Woman) returns to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Xochimilco ahead of the Day of the Dead with a poignant tribute to the victims of COVID-19. The ghost with flowing black hair, who according to legend reappears every year searching for her downed children, has spread throughout Latin America. "It’s dedicated to the memory of all the people who left without saying goodbye to their loved.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
This year’s Kuandu Arts Festival (關渡藝術節), which opened on Sept. 23 and runs through Nov. 29, is focused on music. Under the theme "Joy of Music," a nod to the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven, the program features performances by seven symphony orchestras as well as several Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA, 國立臺北藝術大學) student and faculty shows, in addition to the annual film and animation festivals. However, there is still room for other performing arts, and two productions this weekend and next at the university in the hills of Taipei’s Guandu area (關渡) feature students from the.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
A young woman has been arrested in central Iran for "insulting the Islamic hijab," state media said on Tuesday, after a video appeared to show her cycling without a veil. "A person who had recently breached norms and insulted the Islamic veil in this region has been arrested," Najafabad Governor Mojataba Raei told the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA). A short video shot with a mobile phone was circulated on Monday on social media networks showing a bare-headed woman cycling in front of a mosque. The long-haired woman, whose head was pixelated, appeared to raise her right arm in the air from time.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
Sudan on Tuesday hailed US plans to remove it from its state sponsors of terrorism blacklist, saying that the move would facilitate debt relief and pave the way to economic recovery. Sudan is one of four nations branded by the US as a state sponsor of terrorism — along with Iran, North Korea and Syria. The designation has severely impeded economic development in the nation, with few major foreign investors willing to run afoul of US laws. "This decision qualifies Sudan for debt relief," Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said in a speech broadcast by state television.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
A: How are your legs? Not too tired? This is the final stretch. We’re almost at the top. B: So do we need to walk up that path? I think I’ll be fine: it looks like a gentle ascent, and there are steps all the way. A: Appearances can be deceptive. The path gets quite steep further on, and the steps become broken and irregular. We’re not out of the woods yet. B: What does that signpost say? If we take the right fork we will get to a temple in 25 minutes. A: Nice try. We’re going.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
The prognosis for biodiversity on Earth is grim. According to a sobering report released by the UN last year, 1 million land and marine species across the globe are threatened with extinction — more than at any other period in human history. According to a recent study, about 20 percent of the countries in the world risk ecosystem collapse due to the destruction of wildlife and their habitats, a result of human activity in tandem with a warming climate. The US is the ninth most at risk. Despite this desperate outlook, the Trump administration, as part of its aggressive rollback of regulations designed.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:36
The scuffle between Chinese embassy staffers in Fiji and a Taiwanese diplomat at a Republic of China (ROC) Double Ten National Day celebration has turned into a public relations opportunity for the government, Beijing and the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT). Although the incident occurred on Oct. 8, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) downplayed it, only for the story to be picked up by the foreign media, forcing the ministry to respond.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:36
Nestle SA’s outlook for revenue growth this year has improved as its big brands thrive, with Purina pet food benefiting amid an increase in pet ownership during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Swiss company said. The world’s largest food and beverage firm forecast organic sales growth of about 3 percent this year, after a 4.9 percent increase in the third quarter, the quickest pace in at least six years.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:36
Ericsson AB reported stronger-than-expected profit as the network equipment vendor gained market share, particularly from rival companies outside of China, amid government restrictions on gear from Huawei Technologies Co (華為). The Stockholm-based company yesterday said that third-quarter adjusted operating profit surged 38 percent to 9 billion kronor (US$1.03 billion), beating the average analyst estimate of 6.44 billion kronor.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:36
Asia’s biggest annual film festival started in South Korea yesterday at a fraction of its usual scale, but some movie fans will still be able to attend screenings despite COVID-19 forcing many events online. The Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) usually sees a host of stars and industry players from Asia and elsewhere descend on the port city for 10 days of critical consideration and financial dealmaking. However, strict conditions imposed this year because of the pandemic means no opening ceremony, red-carpet parades, after-parties or outdoor fan events. The fact it is taking place at all is a bonus, as many international festivals.

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