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Russia-Ukraine war latest: Russian attack kills nine civilians in Kharkiv;  Zelenskiy accuses Moscow of ‘genocide’ in Donbas – live |  Ukraine
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Russia-Ukraine war latest: Russian attack kills nine civilians in Kharkiv; Zelenskiy accuses Moscow of ‘genocide’ in Donbas – live | Ukraine

Zelenskiy accuses Moscow of carrying out 'genocide' in DonbasUkraine's president Volodymyr Zelenskiy has accused Moscow of carrying out a “genocide” in the eastern region of Donbas, where the city of Sievierodonetsk is suffering an onslaught of Russian shelling.Zelenskiy said Russia's brutal assault on the Donbas could leave the entire region “uninhabited” during his latest national address.The current offensive of the occupiers in Donbas can make the region uninhabited. They want to burn Popasna, Bakhmut, Lyman, Lysychansk and Sievierodonetsk to ashes. Like Volnovakha, like Mariupol. In cities and communities closer to the Russian border, in Donetsk and Luhansk, they gather everyone they can to fill the place of those killed and wounded in the occupation contingent. All this, i...
31 technology news to start the morning informed of the latest
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31 technology news to start the morning informed of the latest

We welcome you to the ComputerHoy.com news summary. The news of the last 24 hours, summarized in headlines. Semiconductor company Broadcom has bought VMwarethe reference company in software virtualization, for no less than 61,000 million dollars. Samsung bets on 200 Mpx sensors, and to demonstrate its quality, it prints a photo taken with one of these sensors... which occupies an entire building.Beware of the new scam that manages to steal a WhatsApp account, simply with a call.technological newsThey detect a new scam that allows you to steal your WhatsApp account with a simple call. read the news Semiconductor company Broadcom acquires VMware for a price of 61,000 million dollars. read the news The OCU gets wet: these are the best electronics brands (and there are s...
Buy a smart watch for women: which are the best
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Buy a smart watch for women: which are the best

In this article, ComputerHoy could receive a commission for your purchases. More information. Some of the best watches for women you can buy this year with design and functions designed for the female audience. If you are a woman and want to buy a smartwatch or smart watch, why do you have to look for a specific model for your gender? Actually, any watch is valid for women and men, but there are models that may be more optimal for women. It's ridiculous to think that a "men's" watch can't be used on women, so when we talk about smart watches for women we do so referring to models that are usually smaller for slimmer wrists, also with specific functions for women's health such as period control. I...
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Turkey’s plan to forcibly relocate Syrian refugees gains momentum | Turkey

Turkey's plan to expand a buffer zone inside northern Syria and use it to relocate large numbers of refugees has gained momentum after officials endorsed a military push that analysts from both countries say will force demographic shifts inside Syria.Though a timeline has not been decided, military and political leaders have confirmed that an extensive operation is being prepared to move Kurdish populations away from Turkey's southern border and assert Turkish control as deep as 18 miles into northern Syria.While not explicitly stated, the move involves moving Syrian Arabs into the new zones, in which Turkey will secure economic influence and political approval on the home front ahead of elections next year. Kurdish populations that dominated the 500-mile border are set to lose more sw...
Senators talk expanded gun background checks, red flag laws
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Senators talk expanded gun background checks, red flag laws

A bipartisan group of senators is considering how Congress should respond to the horrific shooting of 19 children and two teachers in Uvalde, Texas, restarting gun control talks that have broken down many times before. Aware of the difficulty of their task, the Democrats and Republicans say they hope to find agreement on legislation that could help reduce the number of mass shootings in the United States. The Uvalde shooting came 10 days after a gunman opened fire in a racist attack killing Black people at a Buffalo, N.Y. supermarket.Senators have narrowed the discussion to a few ideas, many of them based on legislation they have been working on for years, such as expanded background checks or red flag laws that keep guns away from people who could do harm. Led by Democratic Sen. Chris...
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Penny Wong urges Pacific nations to weigh up ‘consequences’ of China security offers | Australian foreign policy

Australia's foreign minister has used a visit to Fiji to urge Pacific countries to weigh up the “consequences” of accepting security offers from Beijing, saying the region should determine its own security.Speaking on the second day of her trip, Penny Wong said Australia wanted to show it was a reliable and trustworthy partner, and was also “determined to make up for” what she described as “a lost decade on climate action”.Wong's visit coincides with a marathon eight-country visit by China's foreign minister, Wang Yi, in a sign of the growing competition for influence in the region.But the Chinese embassy in Canberra said on Friday that China had not sought a “sphere of influence” and it believed the South Pacific “should not be the battlefield for geopolitical manoeuvring”.In a boost f...
What hope is there for diplomacy in ending the Russia-Ukraine war?  |  Ukraine
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What hope is there for diplomacy in ending the Russia-Ukraine war? | Ukraine

An increasingly bitter diplomatic row over Germany's unwillingness to supply heavy weaponry to Ukraine threatened to spill into a wider dispute between allies over whether they are prepared to accept a peace settlement that leaves Vladimir Putin capable of claiming victory.One western official said western leaders are divided between those who think they can work with Vladimir Putin's Russia once the war is over, and those who think they cannot.The row is leading to disputes over the arming of Ukraine, the feasibility of enforcing a Russian oil import embargo and whether Kyiv will have to accept a further loss of territory at the end of the war as the price for peace.The immediate point of conflict between Ukraine and some of its allies focuses on the supply of weaponry to Ukraine, and ...
Indonesia’s fishermen rake in bigger incomes thanks to Aruna app
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Indonesia’s fishermen rake in bigger incomes thanks to Aruna app

Utari Octavianty is no stranger to imposter syndrome.The 28-year-old is the co-founder of Aruna, an Indonesian farm-to-table e-commerce start-up that gives fishermen direct access to global consumers, fetching fair prices for their catch."When we talked to others [start-up] founders, they came from Harvard, Stanford, and suddenly there's us — from a local university in Indonesia," she told CNBC Make It."But somehow that became the motivation, it's not the education that matters. It's how we create impact," she said. If this business grows bigger and bigger, is my experience enough to handle all of this?Utari OctaviantyCo-founder, ArunaIndeed, the impact that she and her co-founders, Farid Naufal Aslam and Indraka Fadhlillah, have created is far-reaching — over 26,000 fishermen across 15...
Don McLean, Lee Greenwood cancel after Texas shooting
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Don McLean, Lee Greenwood cancel after Texas shooting

Don McLeanLee Greenwood, Larry Gatlin and more are pulling out of an upcoming performance at the National Rifle Association conventionciting Tuesday's shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead.the "American Pie" singer-songwriter released a statement saying it would be "hurtful and "disrespectful" for him to perform at the NRA conference in Houston, which will be a meeting of gun rights advocates from across the country. "In light of the recent events in Texas, I have decided it would be disrespectful and hurtful for me to perform for the NRA at their convention in Houston this week," McLean said in a statement to USA TODAY Thursday. "I'm sure all the folks planning to attend this event are shocked and sickened by these events as we...
Last unpardoned Salem ‘witch’ is cleared—329 years later
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Last unpardoned Salem ‘witch’ is cleared—329 years later

BOSTON — It took more than three centuries, but the last Salem “witch” who wasn't has been officially pardoned.Massachusetts lawmakers on Thursday formally exonerated Elizabeth Johnson Jr., clearing her name 329 years after she was convicted of witchcraft in 1693 and sentenced to death at the height of the Salem Witch Trials.Johnson was never executed, but neither was she officially pardoned like others wrongly accused of witchcraft.Lawmakers agreed to reconsider her case last year after a curious eighth-grade civics class at North Andover Middle School took up her cause and researched the legislative steps needed to clear her name.Subsequent legislation introduced by state Sen. Diana DiZoglio, a Democrat from Methuen, was tacked onto a budget bill and approved.“We will never be able t...