Monday, 25 September 2017  
Dismay at rise of far-right German party


Germany's political parties expressed dismay on Sunday at the better-than-expected election result for the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD), which is projected to take as many as 98 seats in parliament after winning 13.2 per cent of the vote.

Merkel faces tough road to form government


Angela Merkel admits she faces tough talks before she can forge a new coalition after her conservative bloc posted its worst result of her 12 years as German chancellor in an election overshadowed by a far-right surge.

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1,000 lawsuits: Guam clergy abuse scandal could widen, group says


SNAP, a national abuse survivors group, says the number of cases could reach 1,000 because of the cover-ups, denials and vast reach of the abusers.

Jared Kushner used private email to conduct White House business


It’s one of President Trump’s biggest criticisms of Hillary Clinton... using private email to conduct government business. But now one of of the President’s own senior advisors and his son-in-law Jared Kushner is allegedly doing the same thing, according to Politico.

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Alexa, Cortana Become New BFFs


Microsoft and Amazon this week announced a deal that will let their voice-controlled digital assistants, Cortana and Alexa, engage in cross-platform communications. Microsoft customers will be able to access Alexa voice commands by saying "Cortana, open Alexa" on any device that supports Cortana, which is available on millions of desktops, laptops, tablets and other devices.

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