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Egypt Foreign Minister Meets Netanyahu in Rare Visit as Relations Warm

Egypt's foreign minister made a surprise visit to Israel on Sunday, the first official trip in almost a decade. Shoukry's visit comes a week after he met with Palestinian leadership in the West Bank city of Ramallah, and almost two months after Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi made a public appeal to Israelis on the peace process.

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Jaguar Land Rover prepares to go off-road - autonomously

Apart from this, Jaguar Land Rover is also testing autonomous vehicles which drive over any surface or terrain. There's also Emergency Vehicle Warning, which picks up signals from emergency vehicles so the driver can safely pull off the roadway before sirens are even heard.

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Trump delays VP announcement after truck attack

Pence is believed to be on a plane to New York City right now, ahead of Trump's scheduled announcement of his pick tomorrow morning. Gingrich told an ABC News correspondent earlier that he expected to hear Trump's decision after 1 p.m.

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Pokemon Theme Song Streaming Receives Pokemon Go Bump

Spotify has announced that the amount of users streaming the theme song to the Pokemon animated series has increased massively over the past week. The popular augmented reality app allows players to travel between the real world and the virtual world of Pokemon .

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Pokemon Go Unable To Authenticate: Nice Try

That said, using Google Cardboard or any Virtual Reality accessory with Pokemon Go is an interesting option, but it requires additional accessories to throw the Pokeballs to catch the Pokemon . Some noble and not-so noble test subjects on Reddit report that, rather than simply locking you out of the game, Pokemon Go turns cheaters' worlds into cold and lonely places.

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Theresa May becomes new British PM after meeting Queen at Buckingham Palace

May, 59, has become the second female British prime minister after Margaret Thatcher, who served in office from 1979-90. In his farewell statement outside Downing Street, Mr Cameron said Mrs May would provide " strong and stable leadership " and wished her well in her negotiations on Britain's exit from the EU.