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Exiled former Bolivian president Evo Morales called for calm on Tuesday after several hundred right-wing protesters demanded that a "military junta" replace socialist president-elect Luis Arce. On Monday, hundreds of demonstrators marched to military barracks in the eastern city of Santa Cruz -- a right-wing stronghold -- and called for "military help" to prevent the Movement for Socialism (MAS) party from regaining power following a year under conservative Jeanine Anez's interim government.
The Dallas Cowboys visit the Philadelphia Eagles on “Sunday Night Football" in a matchup the NFL likely thought would have stronger interest. The top contenders in the NFC East have been two of the league’s biggest disappointments ahead of their Week 8 game. No team has failed to meet expectations like the Cowboys. Considered a top preseason Super Bowl threat, Dallas is struggling to stay out of last place.
Facebook on Tuesday said it derailed a fledgling deception campaign aimed at the US that was trying to gain momentum ahead of the presidential election next week. The effort orchestrated from Mexico posted in English and Spanish on topics including racial injustice; feminism and the environment, using a small bit of content posted in the past by the Russian Internet Research Agency. Facebook did not link the campaign to Russia, saying it had so far only traced control to unspecified people in Mexico.
The CEO of 3M, Mike Roman, announced that production of its N95 respirator masks is increasing since COVID-19 is starting to become more widespread in many countries. 3M, a company focused on the industry field, health care, consumer goods and worker safety, started producing more of the N95 masks in January when China’s cases began to skyrocket and before the coronavirus pandemic made its way to the US.
Video game titan Ubisoft on Tuesday announced a deal with Netflix to create shows based on its hit "Assassin's Creed" franchise. The first project by the French-based video game group and the leading television streaming service is a series intended to be "an epic, genre-bending live action adaptation" of the game franchise, according to the companies. Word of the alliance comes ahead of the November 10 release of the latest installment of the game, "Assassin's Creed: Valhalla" that sets play in a time of Vikings.
In the brush of a rural village in southern Niger, no one was around to notice a U.S. man kidnapped by six men wielding assault rifles, a local security official said. Six men on motorbikes and armed with AK-47s kidnapped 27-year-old Phillip Walton from the village of Massalata, multiple sources confirmed to Reuters.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are one victory away from winning the 2020 World Series. The betting odds suggest L.A. will get clinch in Game 6 against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. With a 3-2 series lead, the Dodgers are -132 favorites in the potential clincher, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. The Rays have +116 odds to pull off the upset and force a deciding Game 7.
The Masters in November is not what fans anticipated at the start of 2020, but now the last major of the year is just two weeks away, and it is going to look both similar and different from previous years. Augusta National Golf Club announced numerous tweaks to the Masters's schedule as it operates the year's most prominent major amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
You should never use your birthday, or your mother's maiden name, or the name of your hometown as a password. However, the worst thing you can do with your passwords is to reuse the same one across different sites. Here are some alarming numbers regarding common password practices according to a recent survey by Infosecurity Magazine:
Stock markets failed to mount a rebound Tuesday, after dropping sharply the day before on fears that a coronavirus resurgence will force fresh economically painful containment measures. Traders have also given up almost any hope for a new US stimulus package being passed before next Tuesday's election, with Democrats and Republicans blaming each other, though there are still expectations a new deal will be agreed afterwards.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan may present himself as the advocate of Muslims but his jibes at French leader Emmanuel Macron on Islam also aim to score points at the expense of Middle Eastern rivals, analysts say. In the space of a few days, Erdogan has called for a boycott of French-labelled goods and questioned the "mental health" of Macron over his hardened stance against radical Islam and defence of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.
Anna Sorokin, imprisoned for a long con in which she passed herself off as a wealthy German socialite named Anna Delvey to secure bank loans, has said that she will no longer receive visitors she does not know. Her substantial fan base has apparently been a bit too much for her as she serves her four-year prison sentence.
Facebook's top India public policy executive, who was at the centre of a row over the alleged failure to address hate speech on the platform, has quit, the social media giant said Wednesday. The network sparked a political storm in India after the Wall Street Journal reported in August that policy chief Ankhi Das refused to take down anti-Muslim comments by a Hindu nationalist lawmaker as it could damage the firm's business interests.

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