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UN rights chief decries Palestinian, Israeli suffering

The United States has said it is considering its support for the United Nations Human Rights Council, citing its "chronic anti-Israel bias". Long before the Trump administration, the USA chafed at the council's willingness to give seats at the table to countries with reputations for violating basic human rights.


Assassin's Creed: Origins promotional material leaked

Assassin's Creed: Origins promotional material leaked

However, a preorder card is definitive proof that the game exists and takes place in Egypt. In particular, from 13 to 15 June at the company's booth (#1623 South hall) in person to try out demo versions of new games and receive in-game rewards from Ubisoft Club.



Middle Eastern countries terminate diplomatic relations with Qatar

The UAE's state-owned Etihad Airways said all travelers holding Qatari passports were prohibited from traveling to or transiting through the emirates on government instructions. The internationally recognised Yemeni government and Libya's eastern-based government, as well as the Maldives followed suit shortly after. He tweets: "Perhaps this will be the beginning of the end to the horror of terrorism!" "This is not about regime change - this is about change of policy, change of ...


Shenmue 3 has been delayed to the second half of 2018

Shenmue 3 has been delayed to the second half of 2018

We are moving ahead with a plan to release the game in the second half of 2018. Despite having to break the news of Shenmue 3's delay, however, Suzuki appeared excited about the game's future, suggesting that the delay was necessary because the game world and experiences within Shenmue 3 had grown far larger than the development team had initially anticipated.



Apple and Amazon confirm Prime Video is coming to Apple TV

But if it's real, the device is likely to be a small-ish speaker which plays music and responds to voice commands. Cook didn't reveal a specific date that Amazon would hit Apple devices other than just "later this year". Apple also used its annual developer meeting in San Jose, California - its largest ever with some 5,000 people attending - to offer hints about so-called augmented reality technology .