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Few other details are known about it, but the OnePlus 5 is expected to run on QualComm's latest Snapdragon 835 chip. The company will sell the OnePlus Invite for OnePlus 5 launch event on 12th June via its official website. This new render debunks all the previous leaked renders of the handset and the smartphone is apparently going to look a lot like Apple's iPhone 7 .
  • India's New, Heaviest Rocket GSLV-Mk III Lifts From Sriharikota Spaceport

    India's New, Heaviest Rocket GSLV-Mk III Lifts From Sriharikota Spaceport

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    Another rocket will be turbo-charged into space today with its 3,136 kg payload (the GSAT-19 satellite) from India's space launch site in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. The countdown to place communication satellite GSAT-19 into space using the "fatboy" rocket has started. India hopes the successful launch of the satellite, which weighs 3,136 kilograms (6,914 pounds), will expand its commercial launch business.
  • Oil dips on concern over rising USA output, OPEC tensions

    Oil dips on concern over rising USA output, OPEC tensions

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    The 3.3-million barrel rise in US crude stocks deepened concerns that the ongoing production cuts by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and Russian Federation aren't effectively reducing the glut of oil that has suppressed oil prices for over two years.
  • Former FBI Director Comey to testify Trump told him 'I need loyalty'

    Former FBI Director Comey to testify Trump told him 'I need loyalty'

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    Former FBI Director James Comey says he informed Donald Trump in early January that he was not personally under investigation in the bureau's Russian Federation counter-intelligence investigation. Why do we know it's worth taking Comey at his word on that? The White House initially said Trump fired Comey on the recommendation of the Justice Department, citing as justification a memo from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that criticized Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton ...
  • Rep. John Katko backs Trump plan to privatize air traffic control system

    Rep. John Katko backs Trump plan to privatize air traffic control system

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    In exchange, controllers would get guarantees that they would retain their benefits, salaries and union representation. "Delta makes a pretty convincing case for the costs for other systems in the world have been rising more dramatically than the FAA's operating costs have been rising", said Simmons, who does not think the system should be privatized .
  • Dispute erupts over House panel subpoenas for CIA, FBI

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    Flynn's cooperation was the first signal that he and the Senate panel have found common ground. The latest example came Wednesday afternoon, when Nunes issued three subpoenas targeting documents regarding former Obama administration officials in his own probe of unmasking - without getting sign-offs from the House Democrats.
  • Oil rises as United States stockpiles fall

    Oil rises as United States stockpiles fall

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    Both crude benchmarks fell by about 3 percent to three-week lows on Wednesday after news that an increase in Libyan oil production helped to boost monthly OPEC crude output in May, the first monthly rise this year. oil production could expand even more rapidly. While there are signs that an effort led by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) to curb production by nearly 1.8 million barrels per day (bpd) is starting to impact actual supplies, traders said ...
  • Fake story about Qatar's leader, planted by Russian hackers, triggered diplomatic crisis

    Fake story about Qatar's leader, planted by Russian hackers, triggered diplomatic crisis

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    Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies may have felt emboldened by Trump's visit, which saw the new president clearly align U.S. interests with Riyadh and lash out at Iran. Qataris crowded into supermarkets to stock up on goods, fearing shortages. The Arab states position is strong; Qatar's weak. Qatar-based broadcaster Al-Jazeera said Tuesday Saudi Arabia's decision to shut its office in the kingdom as part of the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf was "unjustified".
  • Nigeria to Maintain Crude Output As Opec Extends Crude Cut

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    Malaysia has pledged to cut its oil production by 20,000 barrels per day following a decision by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries ( OPEC ). This would force refiners to start using up reserves, pushing up prices at least until production catches back up with consumption. Crude prices were on the defensive on Friday after an agreement by oil cartel Opec to extend existing supply curbs disappointed investors wagering on larger cuts, prompting a move away from riskier ...