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Tech & Science Satellite photos of the month: October 2019

23:06  30 october  2019
23:06  30 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

Three die after supermarket set on fire, flights out of Santiago delayed due to Chile riots

  Three die after supermarket set on fire, flights out of Santiago delayed due to Chile riots Three die after supermarket set on fire, flights out of Santiago delayed due to Chile riotsSantiago and other Chilean cities have been engulfed by several days of rioting as protests over an increase in public transport costs prompted President Sebastian Pinera to declare a state of emergency.

A roundup of the best weather photographs from the month gone by. Photos |. < PREVIOUS SLIDE SLIDE 1 of 36 NEXT SLIDE >. Yorkshire, England. Dark clouds roll over Baildon Moor at sunrise on Oct.

Check out this selection of satellite images, from different parts of the world, taken through April 2019 . An early spring snowstorm dumped snow across parts of the Great Lakes on April 1. NASA’s Terra satellite flew over Lake Huron and Lake Erie, allowing the Moderate Resolution Imaging

a close up of a sign: Twitter is banning political advertising, its CEO says.© AFP/Getty Images Twitter is banning political advertising, its CEO says.

Twitter will ban all political advertising, the company’s chief executive officer Jack Dorsey announced on Wednesday, in a move that will increase pressure on Facebook over its controversial stance to allow politicians to advertise false statements.

The new policy, announced via Dorsey’s Twitter account, will come into effect on 22 November and will apply globally to all electioneering ads, as well as ads related to political issues. The timing means the ban will be in place in time for the UK snap election.

Twitter had previously implemented rules and restrictions for political advertising.

The announcement comes as Facebook is embroiled in a controversy over its decision to exempt ads by politicians from third-party fact-checking and from a policy that bans false statements from paid advertisements.

More details soon …

One of world's 'strongest ever' storms brewing above Pacific Ocean .
Winds of up to 350km/h are tearing across the sea, triggering massive waves.The typhoon is one of the strongest storm observed since satellite coverage began in the 1970s, reports the Weather Network.

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