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That national 5G wireless network? Looks like it's not happening

That national 5G wireless network? Looks like it's not happening

The goal of such a decision - if successful - would be to address "China's threat" to U.S. cyber and economic security. During 2012, ZTE Corp . and Huawei were subjects of an investigation by US regulators into whether the equipment they made provided an opportunity for espionage by a foreign state and threatened critical infrastructure in the U.S.


Kim Jong Nam met USA man before murder

Kim Jong Nam met USA man before murder

Jong Nam returned from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur on the evening of 12 February. He died in agony within minutes, and the women were arrested days later. A day later he was dead, reportedly poisoned by a lethal nerve agent banned by the United Nations as a weapon of mass destruction, Daily Mail reports.


Medical student shot dead for refusing marriage proposal

Medical student shot dead for refusing marriage proposal

Asma received three bullets and was rushed to a nearby hospital, where she succumbed to her injuries on Sunday, SHO Janan said. He sough a report from KP Police IG Salahudin Mehsood within 24 hours. Police said that the Interpol has been contacted through the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to assist in Afridi's arrest. Her father has appealed for justice, saying that Aasma's attackers are political people.


Automakers test toxic exhaust fumes on caged monkeys

Automakers test toxic exhaust fumes on caged monkeys

The scandal follows VW's admission in 2015 that it had manipulated 11 million diesel cars worldwide, equipping them with cheating software to make them seem less polluting than they were. VW chief executive Matthias Muller added: "We are now in the process of investigating the work of the EUGT, which was dissolved in 2017, and drawing all the necessary consequences".


Westerners Facing Pornography Charges in Cambodia

Westerners Facing Pornography Charges in Cambodia

That's until Cambodian police reportedly raided their rented villa the next day and arrested them. "It was really confusing". Everyone was confused. The group spent three days in an office-turned-cell at the Siem Reap police station, where the tourists were understood to have been treated by well by officials, getting food, beer and pizza.


Border Patrol inspects semi, finds 76 people crammed inside

Border Patrol inspects semi, finds 76 people crammed inside

Border Patrol agents in Laredo discovered 76 people suspected of attempting to enter the country illegally in the back of a tractor trailer on Friday. 'Both the driver and his cousin admitted their involvement with human smuggling in the area, ' according to Customs and Border Protection. The 22-year-old driver of the vehicle admitted to performing scouting duties for a smuggling crew.