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Arrangement of light receptors in the eye may cause dyslexia, scientists say

Arrangement of light receptors in the eye may cause dyslexia, scientists say
Arrangement of light receptors in the eye may cause dyslexia, scientists say

Research published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B on Wednesday by Albert Le Floch and Guy Ropars of French University of Rennes claims dyslexia may be caused by the way the photoreceptors in their eyes are arranged. Co-author Ropars said, "Our observations lead us to believe that we indeed found a potential cause of dyslexia".

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Poland: 27-year-old arrested in Stalowa Wola for stabbing eight people

Poland: 27-year-old arrested in Stalowa Wola for stabbing eight people
Poland: 27-year-old arrested in Stalowa Wola for stabbing eight people

On Friday, a 27-year-old Polish man was detained by the police in Stalowa Wola for stabbing at least eight people in VIVA shopping centre in south-eastern Poland.

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United States judges block third version of President Trump's travel ban

United States judges block third version of President Trump's travel ban
United States judges block third version of President Trump's travel ban

On Tuesday and Wednesday, United States District Judges in two states issued rulings barring enforcement of part or all the latest version of President Donald Trump's executive order forbidding people from specific countries from entering the U.S.

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Pakistan: car rams into police truck killing at least seven, injuring 22 in Quetta

Pakistan: car rams into police truck killing at least seven, injuring 22 in Quetta
Pakistan: car rams into police truck killing at least seven, injuring 22 in Quetta

On Wednesday, at least seven people were killed and 22 were injured in Quetta, Balochistan province, Pakistan, after a car rammed into a truck carrying policemen.

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Digital security researchers publicly reveal vulnerability in WPA2 WiFi protocol

Digital security researchers publicly reveal vulnerability in WPA2 WiFi protocol
Digital security researchers publicly reveal vulnerability in WPA2 WiFi protocol

On Monday, digital security researchers Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens of Belgium's KU Leuven university publicly disclosed a security vulnerability in the WPA2 Wi-Fi (wireless local-area networking) protocol, which they called KRACK (for Key Reinstallation Attack).

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