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Former EXO Member Tao Loses Lawsuit Against SM Entertainment

Display.Sharethrough.Soompi.1x1. On April 28, the Seoul Central District Court stated that it had ruled against former EXO member Tao in his lawsuit against SM Entertainment. Tao filed a lawsuit against his former agency over issues regarding the duration of his exclusive contract with SM Entertainment, distribution of profit, discrimination, and more. Soompi.Display.News.English.300x250.BTF Soompi.Mobile.English.300x250.ATF. Tao and his lawyer ... Full story

Eric Frein, trooper ambush killer, sentenced to death in Pennsylvania

MILFORD, Pa. -- The bell atop the Pike County Courthouse last tolled the fate of a condemned killer in the 1980s. On Wednesday, it rang again. Eric Frein, the would-be revolutionary who shot two Pennsylvania troopers, one fatally, in a late-night attack at their barracks , was sentenced to death late Wednesday. The jury's decision that Frein should die by lethal injection brought a shouted "yes!" from a gallery that included high-ranking state ... Full story

Trump's immigrant crime hotline trolled with calls about aliens and UFOs

Image caption Have you seen this alien? When the US government uses the term "criminal alien", it means someone who is not a US citizen that has been convicted of a crime. Twitter, meanwhile, thinks flying saucers and The X-Files. On Wednesday, the Department of Homeland Security opened a new office , called VOICE, to "serve the needs of crime victims and their families who have been impacted by crimes committed by removable criminal aliens". ... Full story

Woman dies after Stockholm truck attack; death toll now 5

WOMAN DIES AFTER STOCKHOLM TRUCK ATTACK; DEATH TOLL NOW 5. STOCKHOLM (AP) — Swedish authorities say a woman in her 60s injured in the April 7 truck attack in Stockholm has died, raising the death toll to five. In a statement Friday, the Stockholm police said the woman, who has not been publicly identified, had been hospitalized in southern Sweden. A 39-year-old Uzbek man, Rakhmat Akilov, has pleaded guilty to a terrorist crime for ramming the ... Full story

Formula 1: Serious Fraud Office 'reviewing material' on £3.9m payment

The Serious Fraud Office says it is "reviewing material" relating to a payment made by Formula 1's commercial rights holder to the FIA. Full story

Tao's lawsuit regarding reexamination of contract against SM Entertainment dismissed

The Seoul Central District Court has dismissed former EXO member Tao 's lawsuit which asked to reexamine the exclusive contract between him and SM Entertainment . SEE ALSO: 2PM's Taecyeon discusses the topics of entering the Western market, joining the army, and more. The following is SM Entertainment's official statement: "Hello, this is SM Entertainment. On April 28, 2017, the Seoul Central District Court concluded the dismissal of TAO's ... Full story

Philly Cop Charged With Manslaughter for Hitting and Killing Pedestrian While Speeding

Philadelphia Police Dept. Another off-duty officer, 25-year-old Tony Forest, was driving at high speeds in the same direction as Soto at the time of the accident, police said. Forest has not been arrested, but was charged with violating the department's policies. "This is a particularly egregious act," First Assistant District Attorney Kathleen Martin said in a statement . "Officer Soto, who once took an oath to serve and protect, is charged ... Full story

Police shoot woman and arrest four in counter-terror operation across London and Kent

woman has been shot by police and four people arrested as part of an ongoing counter-terrorism operation in London and Kent. The woman in her twenties was injured during the swoop at an address in Harlesden Road, north London, shortly before 7pm on Thursday. In unverified footage from the scene, firearms officers can be seen outside a home before a number of loud bangs which sounded like gunshots were heard. he operation was not connected to an ... Full story

We've had our first metadata breach - CNET

Chalk this one up for the security record books under the chapter titled, "We told you so.". Australia has its first (reported) metadata breach. And it came at the hands of an Australian Federal Police officer. The AFP today revealed one of its officers "illegally" accessed the metadata of an Australian journalist's phone calls, "earlier this year.". "[The breach] was identified by the AFP as a result of our own review," said AFP Commissioner ... Full story

Australian federal police confirm breach of journalist's metadata – video

The AFP commissioner, Andrew Colvin, says an officer unlawfully accessed a journalist’s phone records, which were held under the government’s controversial metadata retention regime. ‘What was accessed was the records of calls, not the content of those calls. Just the fact of the existence of the calls in the first place,’ he says. ‘This was human error. It should not have occurred. The AFP takes it very seriously and we take full ... Full story

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