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In late-breaking photo leak, Galaxy S9 bares it all

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  1. In late-breaking photo leak, Galaxy S9 bares it all  Ars Technica
  2. Latest leak may have uncovered the Galaxy S9’s most exciting secret  BGR
  3. Samsung Galaxy S9 Smartphones Press Renders And Specs Revealed In Massive Leak  Tech Times
  4. New Galaxy S9 Leak Spills Every Last Detail  Tom’s Guide
  5. Elephone U Pro review: gorgeous China clone of Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone has amazing battery life  South China Morning Post
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Pro-regime forces to enter Syria's Afrin 'within hours': state media

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Pro-regime forces to enter Syria's Afrin 'within hours': state mediaPro-government fighters were expected Monday to enter Syria’s Afrin after talks with Kurdish forces, in a move that could pave the way for a settlement in a month-old Turkish assault on the northern enclave. “Popular forces will arrive in Afrin within a few hours to support its people’s stand against the Turkish regime’s attack on the area and its people,” state news agency SANA said, citing its correspondent in Aleppo. SANA said the forces would “join the resistance against the Turkish aggression”.

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Facebook To Start Verifying IDs Of Some Ad Buyers Via Mail

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  1. Facebook To Start Verifying IDs Of Some Ad Buyers Via Mail  Android Headlines
  2. Facebook is fighting electoral meddling with paper postcards  TechRadar
  3. Facebook to verify ads with postcards after Russian meddling  Gadgets Now
  4. The Guardian view on Russian trolls: democracy is much too easy to hack  The Guardian
  5. How Unwitting Americans Encountered Russian Operatives Online  New York Times
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Indonesia raises aviation warnings after Sumatra volcano emits ash cloud

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Indonesia raises aviation warnings after Sumatra volcano emits ash cloudIndonesia on Monday raised flight warnings around the Mount Sinabung volcano on Sumatra island to their highest level after it sent a towering plume of ash more than 7 kilometers (4.4 miles) into the air, its biggest eruption this year. Areas around the crater of the volcano, located about 1,900 km (1,181 miles) northwest of the capital, Jakarta, have been off-limits for several years because of frequent volcanic activity. The Bureau of Meteorology’s Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VACC), in Australia’s northern city of Darwin, issued maps on Monday showing an ash cloud heading in three directions from Sinabung, to the north, northwest and south-southeast.

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