2017.06.06

News Headlines - 06 June 2017

Qatar: 'No justification' for cutting diplomatic ties | Al Jazeera

Qatar said there is "no legitimate justification" for several nations cutting diplomatic ties after Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE, Bahrain, Yemen and the Maldives announced they would suspend relations with the Gulf state.

Sessions Is Said to Have Offered to Resign - The New York Times

Attorney General Jeff Sessions offered to resign in recent weeks as he told President Trump he needed the freedom to do his job, according to two people who were briefed on the discussion.

China criticises US 'prejudices' over Tiananmen anniversary

The United States should reject its "prejudices" and stop making groundless accusations, China's foreign ministry said, after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called for a full accounting of the 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Beijing.

Japanese men take out 'groping insurance' to fight sex pest claims - ITV News

A Japanese insurance company has reported a steep uptake in the "false groping accusation benefit" in recent weeks among men fearful of wrongful prosecution.
The long-standing issue of the crackdown on rush-hour sex pests has heightened after two men died trying to escape capture having been accused of molesting women on packed commuters trains.

Apple HomePod vs. Amazon Echo vs. Google Home - CNET

Apple unveiled the company's long awaited competitor to the Amazon Echo smart speaker at the company's WWDC conference on Monday. Like the Echo and the Google Home, the HomePod is an always-listening speaker that plays music, answers questions and controls your smart home.


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