The Daily Populous

Sunday September 6th, 2020 morning edition

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Mr Trump then asked, according to the notes, probing about the political career of the man who headed up the Leave campaign and would ultimately play a part in toppling Mrs May.

Mrs May said it was a factor but “part of a larger issue about borders and sovereignty”.

“We are going to get tough on immigration,” Mr Trump said, according to the notes.

Women are getting raped all over the place,” Mr Trump is quoted continuing, singling out Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, for criticism.

She’s the best politician in Europe right now,” the British leader said, according to the notes.

The Telegraph read out the notes to two people in the room for the lunch who confirmed their accuracy.

A third person who did not attend but is familiar with the US record of the meeting said likewise. »

A Florida Teen Allegedly Shut Down School With a DDoS Attack

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Apple and Google have rejiggered their role in contact tracing, taking the burden off of public health authorities to make their own apps.

Authorities have arrested a 16-year-old they say launched a rudimentary distributed denial-of-service attack against Miami-Dade County schools.

Despite using Low Orbit Ion Cannon, a dated DDoS tool that most systems should have little trouble handling, the Florida teen was able to disrupt remote learning in the district for several days. »

Sudan Ends 30 Years of Islamic Law by Separating Religion, State

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Sudan’s transitional government agreed to separate religion from the state, ending 30 years of Islamic rule in the North African nation.

Sudan is emerging from international isolation that began soon after Bashir seized power in 1989 and implemented a hard-line interpretation of Islamic law that sought to make the country the “vanguard of the Islamic world.”

Al-Qaeda and Carlos the Jackal settled there; the U.S. designated Sudan a terror sponsor in 1993, later imposing sanctions until 2017. »