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    Nadal storms into second round
    Jan03

    Nadal storms into second round

    Spaniard took only 74 minutes to see off Dolgopolov 6-3, 6-3 Former world number one Rafael Nadal enjoyed an ideal start to his first Brisbane International yesterday, storming into the second round with a straight sets win over Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov. Nadal took only 74 minutes to see off Dolgopolov 6-3, 6-3 and book a second round clash...

    US sanctions on Russia ‘out of proportion’: Trump aide
    Jan02

    US sanctions on Russia ‘out of proportion’: Trump aide

    President-elect Donald Trump’s incoming press secretary questioned whether the Obama administration’s sanctions after concluding Russia interfered in the election were out of proportion. “Why the magnitude of this?” Sean Spicer said on ABC. The White House announced last week that it was levying sanctions against Russian intelligence...

    Tech show looks beyond ‘smart,’ to new ‘realities’
    Jan02

    Tech show looks beyond ‘smart,’ to new ‘realities’

    The mega-extravaganza of the tech world in Las Vegas is showcasing an array of new devices that get smarts from computer chips, sensors and artificial intelligence, but go further by opening doors to augmented or virtual realities. The Consumer Electronics Show, which begins with a series of media events today will offer trade professionals a...

    Ferrer, Muguruza break Australian hearts
    Jan02

    Ferrer, Muguruza break Australian hearts

    Former world number three David Ferrer dashed local hopes when he downed Australia’s Bernard Tomic in straight sets in the first round of the Brisbane International yesterday. The eighth-seeded Spaniard was a model of consistency as he saw off Tomic 6-3, 7-5 on the Pat Rafter Arena. World number 21 Ferrer is ranked just five places above...

    Cyberspace: The new field for war in 21st century
    Dec31

    Cyberspace: The new field for war in 21st century

    Reportedly, Russia interfered in American elections through its attacks on the Democratic National Committee, a fact vigorously denied by Russian authorities. The use of cyberspace as a tool of war has changed the nature of conventional warfare. This not only poses problems in terms of how to respond to those threats but also how to develop...

    European cities boost security for New Year
    Dec30

    European cities boost security for New Year

    European capitals tightened security yesterday ahead of New Year’s celebrations, erecting concrete barriers in city centres and stepping up police numbers after the Islamic State (IS) attack in Berlin last week that killed 12 people.In the German capital, police closed the Pariser Platz square in front of the Brandenburg Gate and prepared...

    Putin won’t react by expelling Americans
    Dec30

    Putin won’t react by expelling Americans

    President Vladimir Putin has ruled out any tit-for-tat expulsion of Americans after Washington turfed out dozens of Russian diplomats over alleged interference in the US presidential election.The Kremlin strongman’s surprise decision came after the foreign ministry asked him to send home 35 US diplomats in retaliation for the expulsion of...

    Trump has tough choice after Obama sanctions on Russia hack
    Dec30

    Trump has tough choice after Obama sanctions on Russia hack

    Time for country to move on, says president-elect …read more Source: Gulf...

    Trump regrets issues in ‘age of computer’
    Dec29

    Trump regrets issues in ‘age of computer’

    US president-elect Donald Trump has lamented complications from “the age of computer” as he responded to questions about Russia’s alleged hacking of the US election.Asked about possible sanctions against Moscow, Trump said “I think we ought to get on with our lives”, before waxing lyrical about the impact of computing technology.“I think...

    Global equity surge, stronger commodity prices lift EM stocks
    Dec28

    Global equity surge, stronger commodity prices lift EM stocks

    Global equity gains and stronger commodity prices lifted emerging stocks 0.7% yesterday, though worries about China weighed, with offshore yuan overnight rates hitting three-month highs.Data showing steadily rising US house prices and consumer confidence at its highest in more than 15 years underscored the strength of the economic recovery,...

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