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The press office says that she was informed of the need to wear press office says that she was headscarf, just like when I met highest Sunni authority worldwide, who accepted that I was not going to wear one. You try to impose it on me, you cannot impose that on me. Just like when I met Sheik al-Azhar.
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The White House says it's working on a new executive order to replace the immigration travel ban, blocked by the courts. While that ban against refugees, as well as citizens from seven Muslim -majority countries, drew headlines worldwide, President Trump's immigration policies at home have received less attention.
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The White House says it's working on a new executive order to replace the immigration travel ban blocked by the courts. While that ban against refugees, as well as citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, drew headlines worldwide, President Trump's immigration policies at home have received less attention. But new policies released today would increase the number of undocumented immigrants that could be deported.
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Mashable
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Uber's a game-changer for millions of people, providing full-time income (or at least some extra cash) for drivers worldwide, and a (generally) safe, quickly-accessed ride between two points for passengers. But the ride-share startup doesn't do itself any favors when it comes to its own public image. Racism, sexism, and all stripes of gross behavior are a quick Google search away (or a conversation with anyone in Silicon Valley) when the topic of Uber comes up. Over the past weekend, former Uber engineer Sarah Fowler became the company's loudest whistleblower yet, by exposing the sexism she faced at the startup, bringing more scrutiny to a problem that's now fully-metastasized inside Uber HQ. But you know what they say: The past doesn't repeat itselfit rhymes . And this ain't Uber's first rodeo with PR trouble of their own making. Read more... More about Business , Travis Kalanick , Silicon Valley , Delete Uber , and Uber Drivers
Forbes
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As the race for Best Picture heats up ahead of the Oscars this Sunday, 'La La Land' and 'Hidden Figures' have already won at the box office.
BMW Blog
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BMW i has launched its augmented reality product visualizer powered by Tango on Google Play, meaning customers can explore and pre-configure their ideal BMW i3 or i8 any time, any where. BMW i is the first automotive brand in the world to offer customers an interactive, 3-D augmented reality experience of their products. Using Tango, Google’s smartphone augmented reality technology, customers can explore the innovative BMW i vehicles as a real-size, interactive visualization. Following a successful pilot program in selected dealerships worldwide, the BMW I Visualiser app can now be downloaded from Google Play by anyone with a Tango-enabled device in most countries in the worldcustomers in China and the USA will be able to download the app by April. After downloading the app, customers can visualize and experience the BMW i3 or i8 products, using augmented reality to create a 3-D image which can be explored interactively: the customer can open the boot or the doors, even getting “inside” the car to take a closer look at the interior.
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On behalf of the Strategy Games team inside 343 Industries, we’re incredibly grateful for the opportunity to work on Halo Wars 2 and for the patience of fans who waited so long to get their “ALL UNITS” on again. We want to thank our partners at Creative Assembly for their deep respect to the Halo universe and for challenging us to expand on that universe. We also couldnt have done this without Blur Studios and their ability to see Halo even more clearly than we did at times. And we have to pay respects to the foundation laid by everyone from Ensemble Studios when they made that great first transition of both Halo and consoles to real-time strategy gaming. We’re excited to start playing the game with you all and we can’t wait to show you what’s yet to come for Halo Wars 2 . Just in the last few days of early access, we’ve already learned so much from you about how we can make the game better and we’re going to keep watching your feedback and improving everything we can for a good long while.
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We are known to be an outstanding club for our values and our ethics and I think we have been applauded for the last two or three months about how we dealt with every situation. Unfortunately what happened last night was not the face of our football club and a mistake has been made. It is an honest mistake. That mistake has huge implications and we have been contacted by the FA the betting commission and its been a very sobering morning. What has the FA said you? At the moment it's early days and it is by way of e-mails and other bits and pieces and unfortunately it's worldwide this news this morning.
Forbes
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Traditionally we’ve focused on mapping the geography of text, but through deep learning we now have algorithms that can visually geocode images, recognizing where they were taken and placing them on a map – here’s what it looks like to map a quarter billion worldwide news images
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What has the FAA said you? At the moment it's early days and is by way of e-mails and other bits and pieces and unfortunately it's worldwide this news this morning. For me it has taken the gloss off of my players performances and it's gone on to something which should not have gone on to. I feel very sorry to the players that the spotlight has been taken away from them.
Mashable
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It was about girl power in the 90s, thanks to the Spice Girls. Then, Queen Bey, told us that girls run the world in 2011. With such sentiments from well known females in recent history celebrating the modern day woman why is it that equal pay or equal opportunity is still an uphill battle in the ever-expanding tech sales world? More to the point, how is it that in 2017, a worldwide technology provider, such as Oracle Corporation, is being sued by the federal government for allegedly paying white male sales employees more than their none-male or non-white colleagues? SEE ALSO: Uber CEO's memo on diversity could use a fact checker Read more... More about Women In Business , Diversity , Business , and Business
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Got snow? NASA’s new SnowEx campaign is taking a closer look at snow, an important source of freshwater for 60 million people in the U.S., and for 1.2 billion people worldwide.
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That is nearly half of the population. A lot of the problems focused in this area we have outlined. That is the area under the control of al-Shabab. The question for the international community and eight inches -- aid industry worldwide, how did you deliver food aid without fuel in the conflict? We will recall that troops were sent in to put the warlords out of business, because they were starving their own people to death.