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Oracle co-CEO dies at 62 during health-related leave of absence
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Oracle co-CEO dies at 62 during health-related leave of absence
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd died Friday, just one month after he stepped away from the post for health reasons. He was 62.
TV reporter helps pull python from Florida man's wheel well
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TV reporter helps pull python from Florida man's wheel well
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- A Florida man got some help from a TV news reporter in removing a python that slithered into the wheel well of his car.
BTS impact on Korean economy calls for military service 'review,' Seoul says
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BTS impact on Korean economy calls for military service 'review,' Seoul says
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- South Korean members of wildly popular K-pop group BTS may come under special review as the singers reach the age of mandatory military service.
Samsung says fix coming for security-flawed Galaxy phones
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Samsung says fix coming for security-flawed Galaxy phones
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- South Korean electronics giant Samsung said Friday it will offer a software fix for a major security flaw that allows anyone to bypass fingerprint security on its Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note S10 devices.
British agents nab 700 suspects, guns, $500,000 in drugs in national sweep
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British agents nab 700 suspects, guns, $500,000 in drugs in national sweep
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- A nationwide drug sweep in Great Britain has led to the arrests of more than 700 people and the seizure of dozens of weapons and a half-million dollars worth of illicit substances, authorities say.
World's longest charcuterie board set up at Chicago conference
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World's longest charcuterie board set up at Chicago conference
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- A charcuterie board measuring 150.6 feet across broke a Guinness World Record when it was set up at a culinary conference in Chicago.
Canadian elections could shake up balance of power as small parties gain ground
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Canadian elections could shake up balance of power as small parties gain ground
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- Canada's government could see a power shift on election day Monday as several parties look to sweep Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party out.
Moon Jae-in's encounter with Japan envoy raises hopes of improved ties
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Moon Jae-in's encounter with Japan envoy raises hopes of improved ties
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- South Korean President Moon Jae-in shook hands and held an extended conversation with the top Japanese diplomat to Seoul on Friday, a possible sign Moon seeks the rehabilitation of ties with Tokyo.
Red panda escapes enclosure at British zoo
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Red panda escapes enclosure at British zoo
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- A red panda escaped from a British zoo after a tree branch fell on the animal's enclosure, creating a bridge to freedom.
U.S. moves ahead with tariffs on European Union goods
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U.S. moves ahead with tariffs on European Union goods
Oct. 18 (UPI) -- The United States imposed tariffs of 10 to 25 percent on a record $7.5 billion of European Union products Friday after the World Trade Organization ruled earlier this month to allow the economic sanctions.
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