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Device used in Nazi coding machine found for sale on eBay

Device used in Nazi coding found on EBayFor codebreakers with the allied forces, it was more important a discovery than the Enigma machine, offering encryption for the Nazi command that, when cracked, would hasten the end of the second world war and lead to huge breakthroughs in modern computing.

Less than 80 years later, for a thrifty woman in Essex, the “telegram machine” was little more than a dusty old gadget languishing in the garden shed.

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More than 700 refugees feared drowned off Italy coast

700 refugees feared drownedThe UN refugee agency said more than 700 refugees may have drowned in three Mediterranean Sea shipwrecks south of Italy in the last few days.

Speaking to Al Jazeera from Geneva, William Spindler, a UNHCR spokesman for Europe, said there had been a spate of incidents in the Mediterranean last week.

"The first one was Wednesday, which was widely reported. A boat capsised, carrying about 600 people. Some of those people are still missing," Spindler said.

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Austria’s Pistol-Packing, Immigrant Bashing Donald Trump Loses

Austia's far right candidate losesAustria narrowly averted what would have been one of the most dangerous electoral decisions since World War II by not choosing far-right presidential candidate Norbert Hofer. Instead, Green party candidate Alexander van der Bellen won the presidency by a razor-thin margin of 50.1 percent to Hofer’s 49.9 percent, and only after absentee postal votes were tallied on Monday.

Even though Hofer lost, his immense popularity speaks volumes about the growing nationalistic anti-immigration right-wing sentiments gripping Europe right now as it comes to terms with a mass migration crisis. More than 90,000 people—roughly one percent of Austria’s population—claimed political asylum in the country last year.

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Trump campaign admits it did not raise $6 million for veterans

Trump veteran's eventWhen Donald Trump skipped a GOP debate in January to host a fundraiser for veterans, he touted its success by citing the $6 million raised for veterans groups. One problem -- that figure is inaccurate.

Following the rally in Des Moines, Iowa, the Trump campaign said the event raised $5 million and Trump personally contributed an additional $1 million. But campaign manager Corey Lewandowski told CNN Friday the amount raised was actually less than $6 million.

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Donald Trump’s Week of Playing with Financial Fire

TrumpMaybe, if he hasn’t already seen it, Donald Trump should get himself tickets to the Broadway smash “Hamilton.” Because he may want to understand a little bit about Alexander Hamilton's playbook. One message that Hamilton, the nation’s first Treasury secretary, was clear about was this: Never do or say anything that might call your country’s credit into question; it will only cost you a lot more the next time you try to borrow. Careless talk by itself can badly damage an economy.

That is why as I have seen up close in sensitive economic times—from the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s to the debt-limit showdown to our own financial crisis—U.S. presidents and top economic officials weigh every word on sensitive issues that could affect financial markets with great care and precision.

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Beyoncé clothing range is made by 'sweat shop laborers on $6.17 a day'

Beyonce clothing rangeBeyoncé’s new range of women’s sportswear is made using sweat shop labourers who earn as little as £4.30 a day, it has been reported.

The American pop star’s Ivy Park gym gear is sold by Top Shop, the high street fashion retailer owned by Sir Philip Green, who is already facing criticism over the collapse of department store BHS.

The Sun on Sunday reported the clothing range – which Beyoncé said she hopes will “support and inspire women” – is made by Sri Lankan seamstresses some of whom earn £4.30 a day.

Workers are paid more than the legal minimum but campaigners described the labour as a “form of sweat shop slavery”.

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Honda widens Takata airbag recall by 21 million, reports quarterly losses

Honda widens Takata airbag recallHonda plans to recall an additional 21 million vehicles worldwide to repair defective Takata airbags, the company said.

Honda would not specify how many vehicles in the United States would be affected by the recall but it brings the company's portion of the Takata recall to a total of 51 million vehicles worldwide. Last week, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Takata ordered a recall of roughly 24 million vehicles.

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