Theron and Robbie celebrate Globe noms

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‘A real security problem’: Pensacola shooting exposes exception in US gun policy that leaves Americans vulnerable

The shooting at a Florida air station that left three people dead and eight wounded last week has put the spotlight on federal guidelines that leave Americans vulnerable to attacks in their own homeland from a foreign source. Investigators have said Saudi airman Mohammed Alshamrani launched a shooting spree Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola […]

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Rescuer describes New Zealand’s silent eruption

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Legal bid begins to dissolve Thailand’s upstart anti-army party

BANGKOK: Thailand’s election authority on Wednesday (Dec 11) launched a bid to knock-out the country’s main anti-army opposition over alleged illegal loans by the party’s leader, a billionaire who has harangued the military-backed government since seizing the political limelight. The Future Forward Party (FFP) rode a youth-propelled wave to become Thailand’s third-largest grouping in March elections, […]

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North Korean hackers are working with Eastern European cybercriminals: Report

CALIFORNIA: North Korean state-backed hackers appear to be cooperating with Eastern European cybercriminals, a report said on Wednesday (Dec 11), a finding that suggests digital gangsters and state-backed spies are finding common ground online. Mountain View, California-based SentinelOne says that the Lazarus Group – which American prosecutors accuse of organising the leak of emails from […]

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NAFTA 2.1: The changes Democrats (and Canada) settled on

Canada has again joined Mexico and the U.S. to sign on to the final — and this time they really mean final, apparently — text to improve the North American free trade agreement. Mexico was the target of most of the revisions and concessions that Congressional Democrats were looking for, in return for letting the new NAFTA (officially the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement, or […]

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U.S. documents describe an Afghan war on the cheap that cost Canada dearly

It was a long ago — and perhaps long-forgotten — conversation among allies that neatly but indirectly summed up Canada’s experience in the Afghan war. Buried deep within the trove of documents released as part of The Washington Post’s investigation of America’s longest-running war is an account of a conversation between the now-former commander of NATO forces […]

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