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    Jimmy Fallon Shares Brutal Ideas On How To Improve The Trump-Biden Debates

    The "Tonight Show" host cited some made-up polls to present his suggestions.

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    Summit host South Korea says world must cooperate on AI technology

    South Korea's science and information technology minister said on Wednesday the world must cooperate to ensure the successful development of AI, as a global summit on the rapidly evolving technology hosted by his country wrapped up. The AI summit in Seoul, which is being co-hosted with Britain, discussed concerns such as job security, copyright and inequality on Wednesday, after 16 tech companies signed a voluntary agreement to develop AI safely a day earlier. A separate pledge was signed on W

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    'What?!': Michael Kosta Sarcastically Stunned To Learn Trump Was 'Full Of S**t'

    "That's not the Donald Trump I know, and I played full contact hockey without a helmet this morning," the "Daily Show" correspondent quipped.

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    'Snowflake' Eric Trump Mercilessly Mocked Over Raging Response To MSNBC Host's Joke

    The Trump scion's objection to Katie Phang's gag was too ironic for critics.

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    Germany's AfD bans scandal-hit lead candidate from EU election events

    Germany's far-right AfD party on Wednesday banned its leading candidate from EU election campaign events, as it battled to draw a line under a series of scandals that has sparked a break with its French allies.Krah and another AfD candidate for the EU elections, Petr Bystron, have also been forced to deny allegations they accepted money to spread pro-Russian positions on a Moscow-financed news website.

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    Congo lawyers say received new evidence on Apple's minerals supply chain

    PARIS (Reuters) -International lawyers representing the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo said on Wednesday new evidence gathered from whistleblowers indicates that Apple is sourcing minerals from conflict areas in the east of the country. In a statement, the lawyers urged Apple to answer questions about its supply chain in the country, and said they were evaluating legal options. Apple did not immediately respond to Reuters request for comment.

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