The Daily Populous

Monday November 18th, 2019 night edition

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Chinese Muslim students returned home for university holidays to find members of their families had been taken away for “unhealthy thoughts”, leaked government documents show.

It is estimated around one million people from ethnic minorities in China have been detained in camps typically shrouded in secrecy Recent research, however, suggests the total figure could be far more.

Many Uighurs from Xinjiang go to university outside the region, where the clampdown on the minority Muslim community has been focused.

It advised informing the students that the government spends $3 (£2.30) per day for each person’s daily meals.

The guide claims their studies will not be affected if family members earn money by working on the farm.

“Returning students from other parts of China have widespread social ties across the entire country,” one of the documents seen by The New York Times said.

“The moment they issue incorrect opinions on WeChat, Weibo and other social media platforms, the impact is widespread and difficult to eradicate. »

Prince Andrew: I didn’t have sex with teenager, I was home after Pizza Express in Woking

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“If you’re a man it is a positive act to have sex with somebody,” the prince explained.

Asked if he had sex with Virginia Giuffre, formerly known as Virginia Roberts, when she was 17, the prince categorically denied it ever happened.

The prince said: “I was with the children and I’d taken Beatrice to a Pizza Express in Woking for a party at I suppose four or five in the afternoon. »

Apple finally admits iPad Pro won't replace your PC

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Two years ago, Apple presented an ad in which a young woman, devoted to her iPad Pro, claimed not to even know what a computer was.

The year before, the company insisted iPad Pro was a computer and appealed to users to merely imagine what that computer could do.

So now I can open my iPad Pro and watch obscure foreign TV series -- have you seen Norway's "Unge Lovende"? »

Pokemon Sword and Shield Day 1 Sales outperforms Let’s Go first two day sales “by a lot”

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According to BenjiSales, the game had a huge opening with Pokemon Sword and Shield physical copies in the US outselling Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee’s sales numbers for its for two days in just one.

With more sales reports coming in, the game is tipped by many to have the highest initial sales for a mainline Pokemon game.

Pokemon Sword and Shield has three individual SKUs including the double pack which might hinder its ability to qualify for any sales records by analysts like NPD. »

Firefox’s fight for the future of the web

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“For the last – I don’t know – three or four years, I’d say Mozilla has been remaking the organisation itself,” Baker says.

However, the rise of the potentially monopolistic web platform also creates a new opportunity – in fact, an urgent new mission.

Mozilla is no longer fighting for market share of its browser: it is fighting for the future of the web. »