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  1. (Dawn) Sahianwala police took a Chinese engineer into custody on charges of pushing a worker into a furnace following a row at a factory in industrial area here on Wednesday. The worker has been hospitalised with 40 per cent burns. Following the alleged incident, Chinese engineers and workers exchanged words. The workers staged a protest […]

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  2. (Vice) Several departments inside social media giant Snap have dedicated tools for accessing user data, and multiple employees have abused their privileged access to spy on Snapchat users, Motherboard has learned. Two former employees said multiple Snap employees abused their access to Snapchat user data several years ago. Those sources, as well as an additional […]

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  3. (NBC News) Two Texas men died Friday after they tried to jump over an open drawbridge with their car, authorities said. Louisiana State Police responded to a single-car crash shortly after 2 a.m. at the Black Bayou Bridge about six miles south of Lake Charles. Investigators said the bridge was closed to traffic to let […]

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  4. The Supreme Court already has ruled that a state government, California, cannot force pro-life pregnancy centers to promote abortionists with signs inside their offices, but the city of Hartford, Connecticut, didn’t get the message. So a complaint has been filed by the Alliance Defending Freedom with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office […]

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  5. Virginia’s Royal Governor, Lord Dunmore, dismissed Virginia’s House of Burgesses on May 27, 1774. Why? Thomas Jefferson had drafted a resolution calling for a Day of Fasting and Prayer, being introduced by Robert Carter Nicholas and passing unanimously. It was to be observed the same day Britain’s navy planned to blockade Boston’s harbor as punishment […]

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