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Major fire forces station evacuation - BBC News

Image caption Footage showed large plumes of smoke rising above the station. A large fire has broken out at a major Paris train station, with police reporting "unacceptable incidents" ahead of a nearby concert. The Gare de Lyon station is being evacuated, police say. Footage showed scooters and other vehicles on fire. Earlier, political opponents of the DR Congo government had called for musician Fally Ipupa's performance at the nearby Bercy ... Full story

Coronavirus: Latest UK patient was infected in England News

Image caption At least 621 people were infected on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan. A patient diagnosed with coronavirus in England has become the first person to catch it in the UK. It is unclear whether this was "directly or indirectly" from someone who recently returned from abroad, England's chief medical officer said. The latest case, a resident from Surrey, takes the UK's total to 20. The announcement comes after a British man ... Full story

Facebook Messenger ditches Discover, demotes chat bots – TechCrunch

Chat bots were central to Facebook Messenger’s strategy three years ago. Now they’re being hidden from view in the app along with games and businesses. Facebook Messenger is removing the Discover tab this week as it focuses on speed and simplicity instead of broad utility like China’s WeChat. The changes are part of a larger Messenger redesign that reorients the People tab around Stories as Facebook continues to try to dominate the ephemeral ... Full story

FCC proposes roughly $200 million in fines against wireless carriers for mishandling customers’ location data

The Federal Communications Commission on Friday proposed fining AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile roughly $200 million in total for improperly handling customers’ location data, a penalty some critics decried as weak given the gravity of the industry’s alleged misdeeds. The agency, led by Republican Chairman Ajit Pai, said it appeared that the nation’s top four wireless carriers did not properly inform consumers that their real-time ... Full story

Garth Brooks faces backlash after Sanders mix-up online

Image caption American football star Barry Sanders, left, is not Democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, right. Barry Sanders is an African-American former professional football player known for his stint with the Detroit Lions. Bernie Sanders is a self-described "Democratic socialist" and the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination . You would think it would be hard to get the two mixed up. Yet fans of Garth Brooks were confused - ... Full story

Here Are The Destinations Affected By Coronavirus Flight Cancellations And Travel Bans

- Share to facebook - Share to linkedin. Passengers wearing protective facemasks amid concerns of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak wait to ... [+] board their plane at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia AFP via Getty Images. Topline : The rapid spread of new coronavirus cases in countries around the world prompted international airlines and governments to begin cancelling flights and instituting broader travel bans to the most ... Full story

Judge Resigns After Louisiana Gov. Asks Her To Step Down For Using Racial Slurs In Her Text Messages

Louisiana Judge Jessie LeBlanc resigned after Governor John Bel Edwards demanded she step down. Full story

Mike Pompeo faces skeptical lawmakers about coronavirus response

Response to coronavirus whistleblower. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo faced questions from lawmakers skeptical about the administration's response to the coronavirus threat in a hearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee. The hearing was ostensibly about the strike that killed Iranian military leader Qassem Soleimani last month, but Pompeo just as often fielded questions about the administration's preparedness for dealing with the ... Full story

Royal Mint hopes to sell £100,000 piggy bank News

Image caption An artist's impression of the £100,000 piggy bank has been created but an actual gold piggy bank has yet to be made. An 18-carat gold hand-crafted piggy bank costing £100,000 is being offered made-to-order by the Royal Mint. Described as the "world's most expensive" porcine pocket money holder, it was designed by Bristol silversmiths Phillip Kydd and son James. The government-owned mint said it has had "expressions of interest" ... Full story

Facebook brings its 3D photos feature to users with single-camera phones – TechCrunch

Facebook first showed off its 3D photos back in 2018, and shared the technical details behind it a month later. But unless you had one of a handful of phones with dual cameras back then (when they weren’t so common), you couldn’t make your own. Today an update brings 3D photos to those of us still rocking a single camera. In case you don’t remember or haven’t seen one lately, the 3D photos work by analyzing a 2D picture and slicing it into a ... Full story