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The South Korean company said its April-June net income was 10.8 trillion won, up 85% from 5.8 trillion won a year earlier. The home entertainment unit's operating profit improved 8.1 percent during the same period to 343 billion won while the revenue dropped by 3.8 percent.
  • All Eyes on the Tropics as Potential Storm Nears Gulf of Mexico

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    Development chances will increase for the system to become the next depression or tropical storm in the Atlantic Basin after it reaches the southern Gulf of Mexico Monday. Regardless of development, heavy rains are likely to develop over portions of Central America, the Yucatan Peninsula, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Western Cuba from the system.
  • NASA telescope finds 10 more planets that could have life

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    The timing of each dimming tells you how long a year is on that planet. NASA announced the latest findings in its hunt for friendly exoplanets on Monday, and the haul includes 219 new candidates. Before Kepler, astronomers only knew of giant Jupiter-sized exoplanets, some in astonishingly tight orbits around their stars. Looks like a transit.
  • Malta denies Saudi Arabia cuts off with Malta

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    The chief executive of Sharjah National Oil Corp said earlier on Sunday he did not expect flows of natural gas from Qatar to the United Arab Emirates to be interrupted by the diplomatic dispute in the region. Egypt's Sisi: Boycott against Qatar should include Turkey . "There certainly is a risk, now that Turkey has firmly sided with Qatar, that this would lead to increased tension" with Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt, says Ulgen.
  • Trump administration abstains from worldwide climate change pledge

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    EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt attended the G7 meeting but left the summit one day early on Saturday, after other countries bashed Trump's decision to leave the Paris accord. 12 states and Puerto Rico have become members of the U.S. Climate Alliance and remain committed to achieving existing Carbon dioxide emission reduction goals (Green States).
  • NEET 2017: Impossible to declare result on June 8 says CBSE

    NEET 2017: Impossible to declare result on June 8 says CBSE

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    Recently new petition has been filed seeking that this NEET exam held for admission to MBBS and BDS of the academic year 2017-18 to be cancelled by the Government. It would create unrest among the stakeholders. NEET 2017 was conducted in 10 languages and different languages had different sets of question papers.
  • Pro Bowl returning to Orlando in 2018

    Pro Bowl returning to Orlando in 2018

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    The game is scheduled to start at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 28, and will be simulcast for the first time on ESPN and ABC (WFTV-Ch. 9). For the second consecutive year, there will be a week full of activities held around the Orlando area. Now that Orlando will host back-to-back Pro Bowls, it seems like we're trending toward central Florida being the game's new regular host. "Not only are we looking forward to another great NFL football game - our second in a row - the Pro Bowl offers a full ...
  • South China Sea code of conduct draft approved

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    At the same time , China can never represent Taiwan at the negotiations with regard to the South China Sea , he added. It's in between a lot of countries, six of which have claimed at least part of the sea. Duterte, who met with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang in Beijing this week, said he was making the threat public in response to domestic criticism he was being too weak with China over the dispute.
  • Qualcomm files breach of contract complaint against Apple's manufacturers

    Qualcomm files breach of contract complaint against Apple's manufacturers

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    Qualcomm in a statement said that the license agreements with the manufacturers in many cases were entered into before Apple sold its first iPhone and Apple is not a party to the agreements. Despite a long history of consistently paying royalties under their license agreements with Qualcomm , the manufacturers now are refusing to pay royalties on the Apple products they produce.
  • Breathtaking stunt by teens climbing Golden Gate Bridge without safety gear

    Breathtaking stunt by teens climbing Golden Gate Bridge without safety gear

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    According to the DailyMail , the teenagers were able to climb the structure 746-foot structure in about ten minutes, after slipping under security fences unnoticed. Authorities don't know how the climbers got access to the bridge since their visit didn't trigger any alarms. "It's a vital Bay Area transportation artery and a symbol of our community".