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Among other demands, the NPS has asked the KDB to cover the debts of Daewoo Shipbuilding maturing this month. Last year KDB allowed Hanjin Shipping to collapse after refusing to agree to restructure its debt. The KDB remarked that it could have more talks with the NPS before the deadline but a change in stance is rather unlikely. The pension fund had planned to hold an investment meeting on the day to decide on the 2.9 trillion won (US$2.60 billion) rescue package proposed by the main ...
  • Toyota FT-4X Concept rolled at New York Auto Show

    Toyota FT-4X Concept rolled at New York Auto Show

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    The FT-4X was designed by Toyota's Calty Design Research, in Newport Beach, Calif. Of course, Toyota puts things more succinctly, stating that the FT-4X was guided by a philosophy of "rugged charm" that revolves around design simplicity, inherent capability, durability, lineage, and charm.
  • Amazon launches Parent Dashboard to boost Fire for Kids service

    Amazon launches Parent Dashboard to boost Fire for Kids service

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    They can also see how much time was spent reading books, compared to TV shows, apps , or videos, or which websites their children visited. For example, a parent who clicked on a National Geographic book about pets may see a question like "what's the difference between a canine and a feline?" or "which pet would you like and why?".
  • LeEco Le Pro 3 AI Edition adds assistant, costs just $260

    LeEco Le Pro 3 AI Edition adds assistant, costs just $260

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    If you remember, there have been numerous leaks around a dual-camera equipped smartphone from LeEco. The LeEco Pro 3 AI Edition has a 5.5-inch IPS LCD display with a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a pixel density of 403ppi. Available from April 14 in China, it will come in three colors as of now in gold, black and rose gold. It measures 152.4 x 75.1 x 7.5 mm and weighs 168 grams.
  • Jeff Cook of Alabama announces Parkinson's diagnosis

    Jeff Cook of Alabama announces Parkinson's diagnosis

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    Since rising to fame in 1980, Alabama has sold more than 75 million albums and singles and earned 43 chart-topping singles. The artist, one-third of the iconic country group, recently shared his diagnosis with the Tennessean and announced that, due to the effects of the disease on his body, he will no longer be touring with the band.
  • Russia-US relations have 'worsened' under Trump: Putin

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    On April 6, 59 US Tomahawk cruise missiles were fired at a Syrian government airbase and President Donald Trump said that the strikes were carried out in a response to a chemical attack on civilians in Idlib that killed over 80 people including children.
  • Australia will work closer with India, says PM Turnbull

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    The key counter-terrorism pact was inked between the Indian Home Ministry and its counterpart in Australia as both the Prime Ministers witnessed the signing at the iconic Hyderabad House in Delhi. Turnbull also had discussion with Minister of State with Independent Charge for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy Piyush Goyal on the latest from the energy sector in India.
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    The number of shares now owned by investors are 5.03 bln. Dalton Greiner Hartman Maher & Co. raised its stake in shares of Cisco Systems by 0.8% in the third quarter. Investors of record on Thursday, April 6th will be given a dividend of $0.29 per share. On 9/15/2015 Cisco Systems announced a quarterly dividend of $0.21 3.22% with an ex dividend date of 10/1/2015 which will be payable on 10/21/2015.
  • Drug-addicted python found during raid on crystal meth lab in Australia

    Drug-addicted python found during raid on crystal meth lab in Australia

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    The cold blooded reptile reportedly developed a habit after absorbing fumes and particles from the manufacturing of "ice" in the lab through its skin. The minimum-security prisoners who care for the animals also get some benefit-a certificate, for one thing, in addition to some lessons about "group interaction and self-motivation", a prison official told ABC .
  • Riddle of why shoelaces come undone solved by scientists

    Riddle of why shoelaces come undone solved by scientists

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    However, the research from this study can help shed light on the physics that act upon other knots - even DNA. During their research it was discovered that, when running, your foot strikes the ground at around seven times the force of gravity - enough to test any knot.