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Russia threatens retaliation over U.S. ‘break-in’ at consulate

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Russian Foreign Ministry said U.S. officials had broken into residences at Russia’s consulate in San Francisco, and threatened retaliation over what it called an illegal act. Reuters: World News

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Destiny 1’s PlayStation-Exclusive Content Is Now On Xbox One For Some Reason

Destiny 1’s PlayStation-Exclusive Content Is Now On Xbox One For Some Reason

Over the years, the PlayStation-exclusive Destiny content has been slowly accruing, with Xbox owners left out of the festivities. Now, all the content has appeared on the Xbox One, after Destiny 2's release. The content includes all the PlayStation-exclusive Strikes, ...

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Spain’s King condemns Catalan leaders as thousands take to streets

BARCELONA (Reuters) – Spain’s King Felipe VI on Tuesday accused Catalan secessionist leaders of shattering democratic principles and dividing Catalan society, as thousands took to the streets to protest against a violent police crackdown against the banned independence referendum held ...

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Trump administration backpedals on citizenship for ‘Dreamers’

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. official told Congress on Tuesday it would be “rational” to legislate a path for citizenship for illegal immigrants who came to the United States as children, but within hours the administration backtracked, saying his comments ...

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Motive for Las Vegas concert massacre baffles investigators

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Law enforcement officials puzzled on Tuesday over what motivated a retiree with no criminal record to assemble an arsenal in a high-rise Las Vegas hotel and rain gunfire onto a outdoor concert for nine minutes, killing ...

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Catalans stage protests, general strike against crackdown on vote

BARCELONA (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Catalonia and road traffic, public transport and business were disrupted on Tuesday in protest against Sunday’s violent crackdown by Spanish police on an outlawed independence referendum. Reuters: ...

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Las Vegas police look for motive in deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Police sought clues on Tuesday to explain why a retiree who enjoyed gambling but had no criminal record set up a vantage point in a high-rise Las Vegas hotel and poured gunfire onto a concert below, ...

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Question Of The Month: How Have Your Gaming Habits Changed?

Question Of The Month: How Have Your Gaming Habits Changed?

In issue 293, we asked readers what the biggest change to their gaming habits has been over the years. Now it's your turn to weigh in. We included a few reader responses in the latest issue of Game Informer, which ...

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Defense disputes nerve agent used to kill North Korean leader’s half-brother

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Lawyers for two women accused of murdering the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said on Tuesday low enzyme levels in his blood may have been caused by liver disease or hormone pills ...

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Metro, roads disrupted in Catalonia pro-independence protest

BARCELONA (Reuters) – Barcelona metro stations were closed, pickets blocked main roads and civil servants walked out on Tuesday in response to a strike called by pro-independence groups after hundreds were injured in a Spanish police crackdown on a banned ...

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