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مایکروسافت می گوید آن را ادامه خواهد داد مذاکرات برای خرید Infinite در حالی که پرداختن به تهمت نگرانی های امنیتی

ایالات متحده غول تکنولوژی مایکروسافت و گفت: این بحث هنوز هم در جریان است به صورت بالقوه خرید Infinite روز پس از رئیس جمهور دونالد مغلوب ساختن پیشی جستن نشان داد که او نمی خواهد در حمایت از چنین کسب شده توسط یک شرکت آمریکایی در حالی که تهدید به ممنوعیت برنامه های رسانه های اجتماعی از عامل در ایالات متحده است.

مایکروسافت, مدیر اجرایی rahmani صحبت با رئیس جمهور دونالد مغلوب ساختن پیشی جستن در مورد این موضوع در روز یکشنبه این شرکت در بیانیه ای گفت و اشاره کرد که بحث به خرید این نرم افزار متعلق به شرکت مستقر در چین Bytedance خواهد به سرعت حرکت می کند “د...

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نیوجرسی نمایندگان مجلس با تصویب لایحه اجازه می دهد مهاجران غیر قانونی برای به دست آوردن مجوز حرفه ای

یک قانون است که اجازه می دهد مهاجران بدون وضعیت قانونی برای به دست آوردن حرفه ای و شغلی مجوز تصویب شده است در نیوجرسی مقننه دولت و فرستاده به رژیم صهیونیستی است. Phil مورفی میز.

این لایحه که به تصویب نیوجرسی مجمع پس از به دست آوردن حمایت هر دو حزب در سنا در حال رفتن به حذف حضور قانونی به عنوان یک پیش نیاز برای هر کسی برای استفاده حرفه ای و شغلی مجوز در دولت است. اگر گذشت مهاجران غیر قانونی ساکن در نیوجرسی قادر خواهد بود برای به دست آوردن مجوز به عنوان طولانی به عنوان آنها در دیدار با تمام نیازهای دیگر...

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Isaias تقویت کمی آن را به عنوان می خزد تا سواحل فلوریدا

ورو بیچ فلوریدا.—باندهای سنگین باران از Isaias حمله سواحل شرق فلوریدا یکشنبه با طوفان گرمسیری تقویت کمی در شب در راه خود را تا شرق seabord.

مقامات در برخورد با افزایش موارد ابتلا به کروناویروس در فلوریدا نگهداری می شود یک ساعت مچی نزدیک در این طوفان که بود ضعیف بود و از طوفان به طوفان گرمسیری بعد از ظهر شنبه اما هنوز هم آورده باران سنگین و جاری شدن سیل به فلوریدا ساحل اقیانوس اطلس.

ملی طوفان مرکز توصیه می شود در 5 p. m...

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کشف و ضبط محصولات موی انسان از سین کیانگ ارائه مدارک و شواهد از آزار و اذیت

در یک حرکت است که ممکن است کمک به بینش به نقض حقوق بشر در چین, U. s. آداب و رسوم (CBP) کشف و ضبط 13 تن از محصولات موی انسان که از استان غربی سین کیانگ در هفته اول جولای. در جولای 20 وزارت بازرگانی تحریم های چینی مو و لوازم جانبی شرکت می باشد.

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محصولات مو از چین حمل و نقل ضبط شده توسط ایالات متحده گمرک و حفاظت مرزی در تاریخ 1 ژوئیه سال 2020 است. (حسن نیت ارائه میدهد از CBP)

بازماندگان محققان و اویغور فعال گروه باید گفت که کشف و ضبط مو می آید از زنان تسلیم در داخل های مختلف غلظت و اردوگاه های کار در سین کیانگ و که برای اولین بار مقام...

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8 Dead, at Least 19 Wounded in Weekend Shootings Across Chicago: Police

At least eight people have died and 19 more were wounded in shootings across Chicago so far this weekend, police said on Sunday.

From Jan. 1 until the end of last month, more than 450 people have been murdered in the city, marking an uptick from previous years, according to a tally that compiles news reports. At least 2,300 people have been shot.

During the same time frame last year, there were 290 homicides and 1,480 shootings, according to The Associated Press.

The latest fatal shooting occurred early on Sunday morning, officials said. Two men were shot and killed while sitting in a parked vehicle on the West Side after someone approached them and shot them several times in the head, police told the AP.

The first fatal shooting involved a 9-year-old boy, identified later as Janari Ricks...

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Iran Says It’s Detained Leader of California-Based Exile Group

TEHRAN, Iran—Iran on Saturday said it detained an Iranian-American leader of a little-known California-based militant opposition group for allegedly planning a 2008 attack on a mosque that killed 14 people and wounded over 200 others.

Iran’s Intelligence Ministry also alleged Jamshid Sharmahd of the Kingdom Assembly of Iran planned other attacks around the Islamic Republic amid heightened tensions between Tehran and the United States over its collapsing 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

It was unclear how the 65-year-old Sharmahd, whom Iran accused of running the opposition group’s Tondar militant wing, ended up detained by intelligence officials. The Intelligence Ministry called it a “complex operation,” without elaborating...

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Mnuchin Says US Needs ‘Balance’ Between Debt, Pandemic Relief

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the GOP is trying not to add too much to the national deficit with more COVID-19 relief legislation, while defending Senate Republicans for their delay in coming up with a new package.

Mnuchin said Republicans are trying to see how the money was already spent in prior pandemic relief bills before adding more money.

“We’ve authorized over $3 trillion into the U.S. economy,” Mnuchin told ABC News’ “This Week” on Sunday. “This has never been done in the history of time.”

The Treasury secretary said that care is needed to make sure that a relief package can help Americans in the present while not saddling the country with trillions of dollars in debt.

“We wanted to wait and see how the money was going to work, and we have to balance,” Mn...

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SpaceX Guiding NASA Astronauts to 1st Splashdown in 45 Years

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.—The first astronauts to ride a SpaceX capsule into orbit headed toward a retro-style splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday afternoon to close out a two-month test flight.

It will mark the first splashdown in 45 years for NASA astronauts and the first return in the gulf. Unlike Florida’s Atlantic coast, already feeling the effects of Tropical Storm Isaias, the waves and wind were calm near Pensacola in the Florida Panhandle.

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Astronauts Doug Hurley, left, and Bob Behnken prepare for undocking from the International Space Station, aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule on Aug. 1, 2020. (NASA via AP)

Test pilots Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken departed the International Space Station on Saturday night, and awoke to a recording of their young children urging them to “r...

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Marine Corps Halt Search for 8 Missing Troops, All Presumed Deceased

The U.S. Marine Corps announced it will stop a search for eight missing troops that were on board a landing craft that sank off the coast of Southern California, it was announced Sunday.

“It is with a heavy heart that I decided to conclude the search and rescue effort,” said Col. Christopher Bronzi, commander of the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, in a news release on Sunday morning. “The steadfast dedication of the Marines, Sailors. and Coast Guardsmen to the persistent rescue effort was tremendous.”

Seven Marines and one sailor are presumed dead, the Marines added in the release. More than 1,000 square nautical miles were searched over the past two days.

They went missing after a routine training exercise went awry off San Clemente Island, California, the news release said...

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Marathon Petroleum to Permanently Close 2 US Oil Refineries

HOUSTON—Marathon Petroleum plans to permanently close two small U.S. oil refineries in Martinez, California, and Gallup, New Mexico, the company said, eliminating 800 jobs in response to lower fuels demand.

The largest U.S. refiner by volume had earlier idled the two facilities following weak demand due to COVID-19 outbreaks in the United States. U.S. refiners on average idled about 20 percent of total processing capacity on falling vehicle and air travel.

Marathon said it plans to use the Martinez facility as an oil-storage facility and is evaluating its future use to produce renewable diesel, a fuel made from industry waste and used cooking oil. Martinez is California’s fourth largest refinery.

The company on Monday is forecast to swing to a second-quarter loss of $1...

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