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US and China Fight for Supremacy in 5G Technology

Many experts predict that the emerging 5G wireless technology will revolutionize the world’s economy. They say it holds the key to a smarter, more efficient, more connected and much wealthier world. But a recent congressional report outlines how China plans to use the transition to 5G and its access to billions of networked electronic devices for intelligence-gathering, sabotage and business deals. As VOA’s Jela de Franceschi reports, China’s aim is to put an end to US high-tech pre-eminence .VOA NEWS

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New Zealand Mosque Attacks Send Shock Waves Throughout Muslim World

Attacks last Friday on Muslims worshipping at their mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, have sent shock waves throughout the Muslim world. VOA Turkish and Urdu language service reporters visited Muslims in the Washington, D.C., area and report that their reactions range from fear and sadness to determination to stand up to terror

Posted on: Monday, March 18, 2019 | By: crimeandmoreworld - Copy Editing Desk

California Tile House: Couple’s 25 Year Labor of Love

Their house looks more like artwork in progress than an average California home. Every square inch in Cheri Pann’s and Gonzalo Duran’s house is covered with mosaic tiles

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Sudan Amputee Protester Inspiring Anti-Govt Demonstrators

Sudan’s crackdown on anti-government protests has left more than 50 people dead and hundreds more injured. One protester, Mohamed Masri, lost his hand when he picked up a teargas canister that had been thrown by police

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Business Owners Resilient On Al-Shabab’s Most Targeted Street

Most of the suicide bombers in Somalia’s capital target the Maka Al-Mukarrama road which links the presidential palace to the busy K4 Junction, home to many businesses and office

Posted on: Sunday, March 17, 2019 | By: crimeandmoreworld - Copy Editing Desk

Activists: Russia is Backpedaling on Women’s Rights

For decades, Soviet – and later Russian – male politicians have prided themselves on allowing women equal opportunities and protecting them from discrimination. But statistics still show big disparities

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