• Playerunknown's Battlegrounds mobile games are killing it on the Chinese App Store - Pocket Gamer.Biz

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  • China warns US it may retaliate if proposed metal tariffs are impose - Livemint

    Shanghai Tokyo: China said proposed US tariffs on imported steel and aluminium products are groundless and that it reserves the right to retaliate if they are imposed.The US recommendations, unveiled by the Commerce Department on Friday, aren rsquo;t consistent with the facts, Wang Hejun, chief of the trade remedy and investigation bureau at China rsquo;s Ministry of Commerce, said in a statement posted on its website.


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  • Are female-led companies the answer to sexual misconduct? - Tampabay.com

    Unmoved, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman threw a wrench in the deal, filing a lawsuit against the company partly out of concern that executives who failed to protect Harvey Weinstein's accusers would continue to run the operation. Swiftly, the Weinstein Co. fired its president and chief operating officer, David Glasser, late Friday, only five days after the lawsuit. A statement announcing the firing was released to the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times.The set of moves raised the question: Is putting women in charge of a company enough to guarantee an environment safe from sexual misconduct? In the wider business world, promoting more women to boards and the C Suite is considered a critical step, but critics caution it is not enough, particularly when it comes to turning around a company so engulfed in scandal that it has become the poster child for sexual misconduct.



  • America's national nightmare - The Express Tribune

    It happened again and this time Florida was faced with an all too familiar tragedy. A former student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School opened fire inside the school leaving 17 people dead. The community there in Parkland, Florida, is still trying to come to grips with what has happened there. It is deeply disturbing to witness a nation being gunned down in churches, at schools, at pop concerts and to know that there is nothing anyone can do about this perennial issue.Despite this being the 18th incident of shooting this year, the debate over gun control is a settled one, and not even the most appalling attack seems to bring any change. It seems the horrors of such shootings at schools, from Columbine High School in Colorado to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida haven t been enough to convince lawmakers to enact laws that protect America against such vile in house attacks. These repeated national tragedies continue to spark deeply divided political and emotional responses with some urging tougher laws and others calling for more armed guards at schools in the country. Once again there will be prayer vigils, makeshift memorials with children s photos and goodbye notes. But that is not enough anymore. Mere calls for action are also not enough anymore.


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  • Metallica and Afghan institute share 'Music's Nobel Prize' - The Local Denmark

    Metallica is one of the most influential bands in heavy metal, helping bring the angry and aggressive music to the mainstream and preserving an avid fan base for decades.Lars Ulrich, the California band #39;s Danish born drummer, called the Polar Music Prize "a great validation of everything that Metalllica has done over the last 35 years ".


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  • Vegetarian Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn sets out radical animal welfare agenda - The Ecologist

    The UK must lead from the front on the environment, and that means all parties having ambitious plans for a more sustainable future.Jeremy Corbyn who could become Britain's first vegetarian prime minister will launch a "radical" animal welfare policy programme on Valentine's Day as the Labour party does everything it can to court the environmental voter.


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  • Labour hasn't go far enough with their latest animal welfare policy – they should be pushing for full ... - The Independent

    El Gato, the de facto leader of the Labour Party Twitter Jeremy Corbyn It was surely only a matter of time before Labour s infatuation with identity politics led them into the animal kingdom. And so today it has come to pass that a 50 point Radical Action on Animal Welfare plan has been launched by Sue Hayman, the Shadow Environment Secretary, who, I think, is a human being (and thus, some might argue, not well placed to understand the plight of animals. Still, she ll have to do).Hayman s lengthy policy paper is entitled Animal Welfare For The Many, Not The Few , a creepily Orwellian sort of slogan, teetering precariously close to self parody, as so much that the Corbynistas get up to. You imagine that Hayman has a bit of animal socialist agenda here, dismissive of the few labradoodles, Burmese cats and fancy rats living lives of plutocratic luxury in million pound homes cages, with fillet steak, smoked salmon and every conceivable toy at their disposal. Labour is seeking instead to redistribute pet food and extend equality of rights to the many their slum dog, stray cat and sewer dwelling cousins, who have to strive to look after themselves and their families, but who struggle to survive in Theresa May s Britain.


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  • These 'penis-head' statues at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang are the world's new favourite ... - The Sun

    These trio of starkers statues spotted sporting phallic heads have stimulated the internet's creative juices.


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