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>The discipline of the Army prevented a higher death toll at Ballymurphy, a former British soldier has said.

The Ballymurphy inquest is looking into the shooting death of 10 people in west Belfast in 1971.

Henry Gow is a trained barrister, a former soldier, SAS member, and policeman.

He claimed that soldiers ran sweepstakes on who would shoot a gunman first.

He further said that he believed inquests like this one were "witch hunts".


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>Young Canadians face barriers to getting contraceptives

Birth control pills, condoms and all other contraceptives should be available at no cost for youth in Canada age 25 and under, the Canadian Paediatric Society says.

In a position statement released on Thursday, the society called for confidential access to contraceptives to minimize the personal and financial costs of unintended pregnancies, such as derailing life plans for education and increasing the likelihood of needing social assistance.


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Investigators in San Antonio say a man originally arrested on a trespassing count tried to escape through the ceiling of his cell but was caught after setting off some sprinklers.

The Bexar (bayr) County Sheriff's Office says Matthew Fields of New Waverly was being held Wednesday on the initial count pending other charges. Authorities say Fields is expected to face escape and criminal mischief charges, plus assault on a public servant.




Did Rod Stewart get picked up for protesting again?

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An Oklahoma man got the shock of his life when he approached a friend's front door and received a painful greeting – a bite from an angry, 5-foot-5-inch snake.

>Now, a doorbell video of the harrowing moment is going viral.


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Common misconception. People often misidentify African apes as humans.


The snakes our at our doors

the plagues are coming




All i see is a snake ass nigger.


Snakes…I hate snakes.

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A plan to turn off red-light cameras across the state moved one step closer to reality on Wednesday.

The Texas House, on a 109-34 vote, approved a plan by Rep. Jonathan Stickland, R-Bedford, to prevent cities from continuing to run the cameras.

However, an amendment added to the bill — if not stripped later in the legislative process — will let cites keep operating the cameras until their contracts with vendors expire. Fort Worth’s red-light camera contract expires in 2026.



Red light cameras are a key sign that your local government is taking bribes.

Wherever these cameras go, the laws change. The original laws were best at protecting people but the newer laws are best at activating cameras. Wherever these cameras go they lose money and taxpayers eat the bill; you can't find a clearer case of shoveling public money into some crony's pockets. Public safety was never part of the plan, or else traffic cameras for cars would have the same countdown timers that pedestrian signals get. But that would eat into the revenues of the mayor's brother in law,

>But this intersection gets a thousand red light runners a month!

You don't need a camera for that, you need a cop for that. Cameras don't pull people over.

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The Swedish Defence Research Institute (FOI), along with other partners, have created a “hate speech robot” online and are asking members of the public to give it examples to form an algorithm to fight against “hate” on social media platforms.

The robot, named “Hatometen” is a collaboration between the FOI, a part of the Defence Ministry, as well as the Swedish national police and the University of Uppsala. According to a press release from the FOI, the aim of the site is to, “investigate the possibilities of recognizing hateful texts in Swedish with technology.”

As part of the project, the website Hatomaten.com was created and allows users to input examples of what they consider to be hatred in order to allow the algorithm to learn to recognize hateful terms and phrases automatically.

“Hatomaten is a digital robot that wants to be fed with hatred and then, with the help of algorithms, be able to help us detect hatred in written text,” the website writes and describes internet hate as, “threats, violations and harassment of groups or individual individuals in digital environments affects us all and threatens free speech.”

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What needs to be stopped is this.


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You know what to do


Damn dude. I thought Europe went to shit shit, but damn!


I will be putting that subhuman shitskin mudbeard stinkbeard nigger bot to the test.


Not hate speech:

>I'm going to overrun your country, take over the government, replace your demographic in its homeland, and do as I please with all of its remnants until they are all gone.

Hate speech

>Don't do that!

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As the holiest month for Muslims kicked off, one family in Butler County is fearful that their religious expression may have motivated someone to shoot at their home.

A bullet narrowly missed two of the family members, according to the Cincinnati chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, an organization founded in 1994 to empower American Muslims and to protect civil rights.

The family lives in Monroe near Stone Ridge Lane, according to the Monroe Police Department.



Just giving them the like-home experience for muzzies.

It's a warm welcome. Why are they so ungrateful?



Probably other Muslims

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The Melbourne ringleader of a “tinnie terror” plot to sail from Queensland to help overthrow the Philippines government will spend up to seven years behind bars.

Islamic State sympathiser Robert “Musa” Cerantonio and five other men plotted in 2016 to sail a seven-metre fishing boat off the Queensland coast, with plans to encourage others to overthrow the southern Philippines government and establish sharia law there.

Cerantonio pleaded guilty to engaging in conduct in preparation for hostile activities.


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Is he linked to either of the Christchurch, NZ terror recruiting centers?



LOL. you took my line. Philippines will just murder people who cause problems.

If your not a Buddhist dont bring your religion to the Philippines.


couldn't even take over the philippines. lol. fucking amatures.


> tfw you will never have the balls to sail to a country with half a dozen of men and conquer it

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Weighing in at 50 pounds, 7 ounces, a flathead catfish that was recently caught in Pennsylvania set a new state record.

Jeff Bonawitz, 54, made the record catch while fishing with a friend on the Susquehanna River in York County on April 6, the state Fish and Boat Commission said.

The catfish was so big that Bonawitz, of Lancaster County, struggled for 25 minutes to reel it in.


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An airline pilot from Peabody was one of 10 people charged in a Pennsylvania child sex sting after authorities said he sent nude photos to and tried to solicit sex from an undercover corporal posing as a 15-year-old boy.

Gregory Mark Sylvia, 32, of Lowell Street in Peabody, was charged with attempting to commit involuntary intercourse after he allegedly arranged to meet a 15-year-old boy who was actually an undercover Pennsylvania State Police corporal, according to the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office.


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Tencent Holdings Ltd on Wednesday shut down its test version of global blockbuster “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” in China and shifted users to a similar, more patriotic video game which, unlike PUBG, has regulatory approval to generate revenue.

The Chinese video gaming leader has waited in vain for over a year for approval to earn money on PUBG via in-app purchases, having given the gory, South Korean-made game a socialist makeover to meet stringent government rules.

In a post on the game’s official account on China’s Twitter-like Weibo platform, Tencent said it would end testing for PUBG. It also said it had launched an anti-terrorism-themed “Game for Peace”, for which it gained monetization approval in April.

“With PUBG Mobile having around 70 million average daily active users in China now, we expect Game for Peace could potentially generate 8 billion yuan to 10 billion yuan ($1.18 billion to $1.48 billion) in annual revenue”, said analysts at China Renaissance.

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>regulatory approval to generate revenue.

Lmao china

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For months, many pundits, partners and customers have wondered aloud whether Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform (UWP) has a future. Officially, the story is UWP is alive and well. But the Win32 platform lives on and seems to be back on Microsoft's radar screen. So what's the real story?

I had a chance this week in Seattle to ask Kevin Gallo, Corporate Vice President of the Windows Developer Platform, for his take on what's going on with the Windows developer platform.

When Microsoft launched UWP in 2015, officials promised that the platform would provide apps with better performance and security because they'd be distributable and updatable from the Microsoft Store. Developers would be able to use a common set of programming interfaces across Windows 10, Windows Phone, HoloLens and more, officials said, when selling the UWP vision. The downside: UWP apps would work on Windows 10-based devices only. Developers would have to do work to get their apps to be UWP/Store-ready. And Win32 apps wouldn't get UWP features like touch and inking.

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Last month, it was discovered that a GitLab instance for Vandev Lab, which is owned by Samsung, had not secured its projects with a password. As such, dozens of internal coding projects for various Samsung apps, services, and projects were set to public, which in turn provided further access to Samsung projects, including its popular smart home ecosystem SmartThings.

Without properly securing the projects with a password, it gave anyone the ability to view the source code, download it, or even make changes.

A security researcher from SpiderSilk named Mossab Hussein uncovered the lapse in security on April 10 and reported it to Samsung. In his findings, he had access to the entire AWS account including over a hundred S3 storage buckets containing logs and analytical data.

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Google announced a lot of exciting new Android Q features at Google IO 2019, but there was also one it didn't tell us about: a replacement for Android Beam.

Android Beam, the NFC sharing method where you put to phones back to back to transfer photos, videos, and other files, is nowhere to be found in the ongoing Android Q beta.

At Google IO, we found out that it's not coming back, either, according to the reps we talked to who are working on Android updates. It's in the Android Pie version of our Google Pixel 3a and Google Pixel 3a XL phones, but not on our Google Pixel 3 touting Android Q beta 2 – and upgrading to beta 3 won't help.

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Imagine you're thinking about chairs, and you Google up some to try out in your living room. Or, you're looking at a subway map in Tokyo, and you see suggestions on what routes to take that suddenly appear, translated into your own language. Google AR and Google Lens are getting there faster than you think.

I'm in Google's Immersive Lab in Mountain View ahead of Google I/O 2019, looking at a restaurant menu on the table through the lens of the phone in my hand. What looks interesting to order? The display glimmered, and suddenly options are highlighted for me.

These aren't the wild dancing dragons or holographic avatars you might associate with AR and VR. There are no Pokemon to find, or weird new headsets to try on. Instead, Google's augmented reality vision this year is a double dose of attention to utility and assistance, as AR comes to Google Search and Google Lens aims to help people read. While it may seem tamer than years past, and it's not as showy as recent Google AR projects involving Marvel and Childish Gambino, Google's trying to be legitimately helpful. After dozens of smartglasses and AR headsets have come and gone, we need real reasons to use this tech. Can Google find a way forward?

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