• Timken Steel Corporation (TMST) Receives $17.50 Average Price Target from Analysts

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  • ACCC to scrutinise impact of Facebook, Google on media, advertising

    ACCC to scrutinise impact of Facebook, Google on media, advertising

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    The government ordered the inquiry as part of wider media reforms. "We will also consider the impact of information asymmetry between digital platform providers and advertisers and consumers". "Through our inquiry, the ACCC will look closely at the impact of digital platforms on the level of choice and quality of news and content being produced by Australian journalists".
  • Kim Jong-un's half-brother knew exactly how he was going to die

    Kim Jong-un's half-brother knew exactly how he was going to die

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    Malaysian authorities claim the pair were trained by North Korean agents to swab Kim's face with the nerve agent. "The presence of atropine on his person would confirm the fear of chemical fratricide", said Cindy Vestergaard, an expert on chemical weapons at the Stimson Center in Washington, D.C., but Kim appeared to have been "poorly advised on antidote efficacy".
  • North Korea: US 'begging' for war with 'largest ever' joint aerial drill

    North Korea: US 'begging' for war with 'largest ever' joint aerial drill

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    Six F-22s and six F-35s have been deployed to the Korean peninsula, marking the first time the highly-advanced jets have cruised the skies above Korea at the same time. Seoul's defense ministry declined to share further details during an on-camera briefing. The Vigilant Ace 18 drills, which Seoul claims are of a purely "defensive nature", will see hundreds of US and South Korea's aircraft honing their skills by attacking mock North Korean nuclear and missile objects in different war time ...
  • White supremacist group creates memorial for Kate Steinle

    White supremacist group creates memorial for Kate Steinle

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    They argue that stricter immigration enforcement would have kept, who is residing in the USA illegally and was deported five separate times before the 2015 shooting, off the streets. The memorial was also visited by a group called Bay Area Alt Right, whose members tweeted that their members "paid tribute to Kate Steinle at Pier 14, where she was murdered by a 5x deported illegally alien".
  • SC notice to ban criminals from forming parties

    SC notice to ban criminals from forming parties

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    A Bench headed by the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra sought to know how far could the courts go in such matters. After hearing the arguments, the Bench proceeded to issue notice to the Central government and the Election Commission.
  • McMaster: Potential for war with North Korea 'increasing every day'

    McMaster: Potential for war with North Korea 'increasing every day'

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    She said the U.S. did not seek conflict but that North Korea's regime would be "utterly destroyed" if war broke out. The launch constitutes North Korea's 15th missile test in 2017, and third-ever ICBM test. Exercises will focus on enemy infiltration and precision airstrikes. Normally a rare occurrence, the dispatch to the Korean Peninsula of such advanced US weaponry - known as "strategic assets" - has ramped up amid Pyongyang's ongoing missile and nuclear tests.
  • Law enforcement failed in Charlottesville, report finds

    Law enforcement failed in Charlottesville, report finds

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    City officials asked Heaphy, a former US attorney for the Western District of Virginia, to conduct the review after facing scathing criticism over the August 12 rally. Heaphy said Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas took a "misguidedly passive" approach to quelling the violence that erupted on Charlottesville streets both before and after police declared the "United the Right" rally at Emancipation Park unlawful and ordered the crowds dispersed.