Trump calls Macron's NATO remarks 'nasty'

Trump calls Macron's NATO remarks 'nasty'

US President Trump said French President Macron's remarks were "nasty" and "disrespectful" after he said NATO was "brain dead."
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Warren vs Sanders contest heats up

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Tourist visa leave Indian workers in UAE open to abuse

Tourist visa leave Indian workers in UAE open to abuse

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Why did Lee Sedol, one of the world's best 'Go' players, retire from the game?

One of the greatest 'Go' players of all time just retired from the game, saying that artificial intelligence programmes can play at a level humans aren't able to. His decision has reignited discussions about AI and how we define human achievement.
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