Back in 2018, we wrote twice about Zelda: Skyward Sword probably coming to Nintendo Switch , although Nintendo denied the news shortly after . Recently store listings on Amazon UK seem to have revealed two games which were previously unannounced: a remaster of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit and an Nintendo Switch port of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword .
At the Minsk Tractor Plant, or MTZ, about 1,000 workers also rallied to demand Lukashenko's resignation and then marched toward the government headquarters. "It is strictly defensive, proportionate, and created to prevent conflict and preserve peace". Belarusian upper house speaker Natalya Kochanova said late on Thursday that more than 1,000 detainees had been released earlier in the day following Mr Lukashenko's order to law enforcement agencies to look more closely into the detentions.
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But privacy lawyers suing TikTok in a class-action lawsuit say personal data, like the faces of users who are children, are being collected without consent. White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany defended Trump's earlier TikTok and WeChat orders Thursday, telling reporters he was exercising his emergency authority under a 1977 law enabling the president to regulate worldwide commerce to address unusual threats.
Microsoft has begun taking orders for the dual-screen Android device in the United States, although a release date for the UK and the rest of the world has not been confirmed. What is different this time though is that there is only a single camera on the Surface Duo, which can be used both for video calls and as a main camera.
Despite harsh police action against the protesters, including the detention of some 7,000 people, the demonstrations have swelled into the largest and most sustained protest wave since Lukashenko took power in 1994. Ahead of the meeting of European Union foreign ministers to discuss sanctions against Belarusian officials responsible for the crackdown, German Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert said in Berlin that the peaceful protests "reflect the dissatisfaction, the anger ...