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South African cricketers demand governance reform – Reuters Africa

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Featured More Top News U.S. labor market recovery stalling; housing market presses ahead The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell less than expected last week and applications for the prior period were revised up, suggesting the labor market recovery had shifted into low gear amid fading fiscal stimulus. 11:32am EDT Navalny…

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Paul Rusesabagina of ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Fame Was ‘Kidnapped,’ Daughter Says thumbnail Paul Rusesabagina of ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Fame Was ‘Kidnapped,’ Daughter Says thumbnail

Paul Rusesabagina of ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Fame Was ‘Kidnapped,’ Daughter Says

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He was in Dubai for a meeting, then reappeared in Rwanda, where authorities said the famed hotelier was arrested on charges including terrorism, arson and murder.Paul Rusesabagina emerged on Monday in handcuffs at the headquarters of the Rwanda Investigation Bureau in Kigali.Credit…Clement Uwiringiyimana/ReutersPublished Sept. 1, 2020Updated Sept. 15, 2020NAIROBI, Kenya — When Paul Rusesabagina, the…

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How USA and Turkey Plunder and Loot Syria With Impunity

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While President Trump lashes out at rioting and looting in Portland and Kenosha, half way around the world, the USA and Turkey are plundering and looting Syria on a vastly greater scale with impunity and little publicity. Turkey Loots Syria, then Disrupts Safe Water Supply Turkey has been plundering the Syrian infrastructure for years. Beginning…

Trump Administration Closing Stars and Stripes newspaper

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The reversal on Stars and Stripes came as President Trump was in full defensive mode over reports that he had disparaged military personnel.Allied soldiers in London reading copies of Stars and Stripes right off the presses after Germany surrendered in World War II in 1945.Credit…U.S. Signal Corps, via Getty ImagesPublished Sept. 4, 2020Updated Sept. 9,…

The world’s most expensive sheep has just been purchased for $490,000

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(CNN)A sheep sold for a record 350,000 guineas — or around $490,000 in American money — at an auction in Scotland this week. The lamb, named Double Diamond, had generated buzz before the Scottish …

Palantir and the great revenue mystery

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Welcome back to The TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter. It’s broadly based on the daily column that appears on Extra Crunch, but free, and made for your weekend reading. You can subscribe to the newsletter here if you haven’t yet.Ready? Let’s talk money, startups and spicy IPO rumors. As I write to you on Friday afternoon,…

France to spend $8.4 billion on digital as part of stimulus plan

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The French government unveiled a massive $120 billion (€100 billion) stimulus package earlier today to recover from the economic downturn — it represents 4% of the country’s GDP. As part of this support plan, the government plans to spend a significant chunk of money on all things digital — startup investment, infrastructure investment and digital…

Announcing the Startup Battlefield companies at TechCrunch Disrupt 2020

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TechCrunch is thrilled to announce the 20 companies pitching in Startup Battlefield. Founders from around the world will be connecting in remotely to pitch live on the virtual TechCrunch Disrupt 2020 stage. Our most competitive batch to date, startups will be vying for $100,000 in equity-free prize money and the attention of tier-1 investors and…

Use ‘productive paranoia’ to build cybersecurity culture at your startup

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As any startup grows, getting new products out the door and securing that next round of funding are always top priorities. But security, all too often, falls by the wayside. After all, why would you invest money in something that you hope never happens when you could be funneling cash back into the business? Fostering…

Get to the growth stage at TechCrunch Disrupt this week

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Congratulations, you landed your Series A round. What’s next? Your Series B, and a lot of twists and turns. Yasmin Razavi of Spark Capital and Elliott Robinson of Bessemer are joining us at TechCrunch Disrupt 2020 (happening right now!) to talk about how early stage founders should think about landing growth stage venture capital money.…

Patient engagement startup raises $15 million from Google’s Gradient Ventures

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Klara, a New York-based healthcare startup that pitches itself as a better tool for patient engagement for doctor’s offices and other clinical practices, has raised $15 million in new financing.  The money comes as investors continue to pour cash into companies developing new communications, diagnostics and management tools for medical offices as patients look for…

Anu Duggal on COVID-19, promoting diversity and building a fund

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It has been nearly a decade since Anu Duggal, founding partner of Female Founders Fund, started raising money to invest in women-led startups. In 2020, the investor says her thesis — that there will be a generation of successful venture-backed businesses built by women — is one you can’t avoid. “You can’t argue with that…

Could Berlusconi take Italian side Monza to Serie A?

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Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi left his role as AC Milan owner after 31 years in 2017, before buying Monza in 2018What are the former Italy prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his old AC Milan cohort Adriano Galliani doing at AC Monza?Situated 12 miles north-east of Milan, the city of Monza, best known for…

‘Pathetic’: Pelosi on Trump tweet blasting Dems over bill

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Ex-head of world athletics Diack found guilty of corruption – Reuters Africa

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PARIS, Sept 16 (Reuters) – The former head of world athletics’ governing body, Lamine Diack, was convicted in France on Wednesday of corruption in a Russian doping scandal.Diack, 87, was found guilty of accepting bribes from athletes suspected of doping, to cover up test results and let them continue competing, including in the 2012 London…

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