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Trump says U.S.-China trade deal will be signed on Jan 15

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Dec
31

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that Phase 1 of an American trade deal with China would be signed on Jan. 15 at the White House.

The president wrote in a tweet that he would sign the deal with “high level representatives of China” and that he would later travel to Beijing to begin talks on the next phase.

The deal on the first phase was struck in December.

Reporting by Diane Bartz; editing by Jonathan Oatis

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31

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You can now jailbreak iOS 13.3 with checkra1n 0.9.7

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Dec
31

You can now use checkra1n to jailbreak iOS 13.3. The tool was initially released as a solution based on checkm8 exploit, to jailbreak devices running iOS 12.3 and above. The devices range from iPhone 5s and above, although support for a few iPhone and iPad models is still experimental. Here is all you need to know about checkra1n iOS 13.3 jailbreak.

Use Checkra1n to Jailbreak iOS 13.3

Thanks to checkra1n, users on iOS 13.3 can jailbreak their iOS devices to install tweaks and apps that cannot be installed through official means like the App Store. Checkra1n jailbreak works by taking advantage of a vulnerability in A5 – A 11 processors, created by Apple for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The BootROM vulnerability is called checkm8 and cannot be patched by Apple through software updates.

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Devices ranging from iPhone 4S – iPhone X are impacted by this vulnerability, regardless of the iOS version. This means that even if Apple released iOS 14 or iOS 15 for these devices, developers would be able to release updates to checkra1n to use checkm8 and jailbreak them.

Here are the complete release notes for checkra1n 0.9.7 beta.

Bug fixes

  • Fixes an issue which prevented the GUI from detecting changes in device modes
  • Fixes an issue that caused the GUI to hang when jailbreaking some iPad models

Other changes

  • Add initial Apple TV 4K support
  • Purge OTA updates on boot
  • Add support for iOS 13.3
  • Remove libimobiledevice as a dependency
  • Properly handle situations where there’s no internet connection available while bootstrapping tvOS
  • Add a Control Center shortcut for the tvOS loader app

Although Apple TV 4K is supported, it will show a ‘-20 error’. Ignore this as the jailbreak will be successful despite the error message.

The following devices are currently unsupported and jailbreaking may or may not work on them. Proceed with caution

  • iPhone 5s
  • iPad Mini 2
  • iPad Mini 3
  • iPad Air

iOS 13.3 was released just a few days ago with new features like Screen Time communication limits, Apple News design updates, improved junk message handling and more. Details for upcoming Powerbeats4 headphones were also leaked due to some strings uncovered in iOS 13.3 code.

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checkra1n is still in beta and is not recommended for installation on your primary device. If you know what you are doing and are willing to take the risk, You can download the latest checkra1n update from the link below. The app is available only on Mac for now.

Download checkra1n

Products mentioned in this post

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The links above are affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, Wccftech.com may earn from qualifying purchases.

England ‘will not be afraid’ to leave out Stuart Broad or James Anderson

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Dec
31

Chris Silverwood has insisted England “will not be afraid” to take tough selection decisions if necessary.

Silverwood, the England coach, will have to weigh up whether or not his side should pick a spinner for the second Test in Cape Town starting on January 3. If they do, it could leave him and Joe Root, the two men who will select the team for that Test, with a tricky decision over which seamer to leave out.

With Sam Curran having been the pick of the bowlers in the first innings and Jofra Archer having taken a five-wicket haul in the second, that may leave Silverwood and Root with the tough decision between selecting only one of James Anderson and Stuart Broad.

ALSO READ: Silverwood defends Root’s decision to bowl first despite heavy defeat

But while Silverwood said he would not shy away from such a selection – and accepted that England’s bowling plans had gone “off-piste” for a while on the third morning – he underlined his faith in his senior players.

“In Jimmy and Stuart we have a wealth of experience and we’d be really stupid not to take that into consideration every game,” Silverwood said. “It would be naïve of us not to do that.

“But equally you do want your youngsters to come through and if we’re going to make room for a spinner then we’ve got to have a look at that.

“We have to look at which seamers will be right for that particular pitch and choose from there. If there is a big decision to be made, we’re not afraid to make it.

“We started off planning the bowl at the top of off [stump] on the third morning. Then the tailenders frustrated us and we went off-piste a bit at that point. We formulated a new plan and that worked well. We’ve got to make sure that when we’re bowling we’re very clear on what we have to do and we stick to the plan.”

Any decision over Broad and Anderson is complicated by the context of the first Test. Broad was recovering from illness and will probably be back to full fitness next week, while Anderson was playing his first first-class game for many months and, again, may feel he is better placed for next week’s game.

It is far from certain England will select a spinner in Cape Town. Spin was almost irrelevant in the last Test on the ground – South Africa picked an all-seam attack – and, with Jack Leach unlikely to be available, England may keep faith with the all-seam attack which claimed all 20 wickets in a Test for them the first time this winter.

Silverwood also promised to keep faith with Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler. Neither man has made a Test century this year – Buttler has made just one in his 38 Tests and is averaging 25.10 this year with one half-century in his last 14 innings; Bairstow is averaging just 18.55 with one half-century in his last 16 innings – but Silverwood’s underlying confidence in them remains high.

“We’ve just got to keep backing them as we know they’re both very fine players,” Silverwood said. “They’re an asset to a team.

“Jonny wasn’t in the team going into New Zealand, but he did a lot of work behind the scenes. He was in Potchefstroom and then Cape Town with the fast-bowling group, facing the bowlers and working on his game. He worked particularly hard and earned his way back into this team.

“He got his chance when Ollie Pope went down ill and took over the gloves when Jos went down. So he’s a great asset to have, somebody like that who can take over the gloves and is a fine player.”

“We know Jos is a fine player and we know he can hurt people. We’ve got to keep giving him the opportunity to do that.

“Jos in in a position where he will sometimes have to marshal the tail as well. That’s the unique challenge of batting at No. 7. But equally he can go out there are really hurt people at times. At the moment, we feel he’s best suited to that position.”

England travel to Cape Town on New Year’s Eve and will train at Newlands on New Year’s Day.

Exclusive: Modi’s office proposes waiving carbon tax on coal

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Dec
30

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office has proposed waiving a tax on coal to help finance pollution-curbing equipment, according to documents, but the move would also make coal more competitive in price with solar and wind energy.

Modi’s office has proposed waiving the carbon tax of 400 rupees ($5.61) per tonne that was levied on the production and import of coal, according to the documents reviewed by Reuters.

The documents say the savings would improve the financial health of utilities and distribution companies, and help the power producers to install pollution-curbing equipment.

The prime minister’s office and the power ministry did not respond to requests seeking comment on the proposals and when a decision was likely to be made.

Despite struggling with some of the world’s worst air pollution levels, India has already pushed back a deadline to cut emission levels to up to 2022.

Over half of India’s coal-fired plants are already set to miss a phased deadline starting Dec. 2019 to cut emissions of sulphur oxides, which have been proven to contribute to lung disease.

The proposal is a big win for India’s coal industry, which has lobbied for government help, citing high debt levels and burgeoning payment dues from government-owned power distribution companies. Distribution companies owed power producers more than $11 billion in dues as of October, accoding to government data.

Hardik Shah, deputy secretary at Modi’s office, advocated waiving the carbon tax on coal in an October note to the top bureaucrat at India’s power ministry, seen by Reuters.

“A possible solution is to waive the goods and services tax (GST) compensation cess..on coal,” Shah said in the note on the installation of equipment to cut emissions of sulphur oxides.

Shah argued for a waiver saying even if India ensured adequate financing to power plant operators to install the equipment, it would lead to higher electricity tariffs that would further burden distribution companies which buy power from utilities.

COAL VS RENEWABLES

The proposal comes at a time when India is set to open up coal mining to global mining companies for the first time. An implementation of the proposal would provide a fillip to state-run Coal India (COAL.NS), whose stock has lost a fifth of its value over the last 12 months.

Thermal power companies, in addition to emitting greenhouse gases, account for 80 percent of all industrial emissions of particulate matter, sulfur and nitrous oxides in India.

The average rate at which coal-fired power is sold to distribution companies stands at about 3.50 rupees per unit, according to a Reuters analysis of data provided to the power ministry by many Indian utilities in October.

That compares with an average cost of 2.50 rupees to 3.00 rupees for renewable energy projects. The current carbon tax on coal contributes to 0.25 rupees per unit, according to industry estimates.

If implemented, the move would reduce the price gap between coal-fired power and renewables, and potentially impact Modi’s plan to increase adoption of green energy.

“Cutting taxes on coal would impact growth of renewable energy as well as the transition away from coal,” said Nandikesh Sivalingam, Director at Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA).

The prime minister’s office says installation of pollution cutting equipment would cost companies 0.30-0.35 rupees per unit and hence removal of the carbon tax would help companies meet emissions targets while ensuring electricity costs do not rise.

But it will be a one-time cost and going forward, coal-fired utilities would be able to compete better with renewable energy.

The proposal, if implemented, would cost India over 3% of its total indirect tax collection, which has been falling due to a broader economic slowdown.

An abolition of the cess could also subject the federal government to further criticism from state goverments, since they received the realised revenue from the government to compensate for shortfalls due to the implementation of a new tax structure in 2017.

Modi’s office says if no waiver is given, some form of government subsidy would have to be given by states to keep the power producers functioning and the carbon tax abolition would make up for some shortfalls.

Reporting by Sudarshan Varadhan and Aftab Ahmed; Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan and Angus MacSwan

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You can now jailbreak iOS 13.3 with checkra1n 0.9.7

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Dec
30

You can now use checkra1n to jailbreak iOS 13.3. The tool was initially released as a solution based on checkm8 exploit, to jailbreak devices running iOS 12.3 and above. The devices range from iPhone 5s and above, although support for a few iPhone and iPad models is still experimental. Here is all you need to know about checkra1n iOS 13.3 jailbreak.

Use Checkra1n to Jailbreak iOS 13.3

Thanks to checkra1n, users on iOS 13.3 can jailbreak their iOS devices to install tweaks and apps that cannot be installed through official means like the App Store. Checkra1n jailbreak works by taking advantage of a vulnerability in A5 – A 11 processors, created by Apple for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The BootROM vulnerability is called checkm8 and cannot be patched by Apple through software updates.

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Devices ranging from iPhone 4S – iPhone X are impacted by this vulnerability, regardless of the iOS version. This means that even if Apple released iOS 14 or iOS 15 for these devices, developers would be able to release updates to checkra1n to use checkm8 and jailbreak them.

Here are the complete release notes for checkra1n 0.9.7 beta.

Bug fixes

  • Fixes an issue which prevented the GUI from detecting changes in device modes
  • Fixes an issue that caused the GUI to hang when jailbreaking some iPad models

Other changes

  • Add initial Apple TV 4K support
  • Purge OTA updates on boot
  • Add support for iOS 13.3
  • Remove libimobiledevice as a dependency
  • Properly handle situations where there’s no internet connection available while bootstrapping tvOS
  • Add a Control Center shortcut for the tvOS loader app

Although Apple TV 4K is supported, it will show a ‘-20 error’. Ignore this as the jailbreak will be successful despite the error message.

The following devices are currently unsupported and jailbreaking may or may not work on them. Proceed with caution

  • iPhone 5s
  • iPad Mini 2
  • iPad Mini 3
  • iPad Air

iOS 13.3 was released just a few days ago with new features like Screen Time communication limits, Apple News design updates, improved junk message handling and more. Details for upcoming Powerbeats4 headphones were also leaked due to some strings uncovered in iOS 13.3 code.

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checkra1n is still in beta and is not recommended for installation on your primary device. If you know what you are doing and are willing to take the risk, You can download the latest checkra1n update from the link below. The app is available only on Mac for now.

Download checkra1n

Products mentioned in this post

iPad Air iPhone X iPod Touch

The links above are affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, Wccftech.com may earn from qualifying purchases.

Nathan Lyon slaps down Shane Warne, wants tandem with Mitchell Swepson

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Dec
30

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Nathan Lyon has dismissed Shane Warne’s suggestion that he be rested against New Zealand at the SCG to make room for a Mitchell Swepson debut, indicating that he would prefer to bowl in tandem with the Queensland legspinner in Australia’s last Test until a tour of Bangladesh in June.

Warne, whose opinions have become ubiquitous from the commentary box, had trained with Swepson during the MCG Test and floated the idea of resting Lyon so that Swepson could play his first Test alongside the pacemen Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and James Pattinson in a match Australia will aim to win to secure a first clean sweep of a summer’s Tests since 2013-14 against England.

ALSO READ: Legspinner Mitchell Swepson called up for SCG Test

However, Lyon gave short shrift to the idea, pointing out that Warne himself had always been loath to give up his spot to any other spin bowlers, notably his longtime offsider Stuart MacGill, who performed ably for Australia whenever the Victorian was unavailable due to injury or a year-long drugs ban for using a prohibited substance in 2003.

“Did Warney ever want a rest and give Stuart MacGill a go? I won’t be resting,” Lyon said. “There’s always talk about two spinners, but Mitch has been bowling brilliantly for Queensland. It’s great we’re able to have a very versatile squad for whatever conditions we’re faced with we can come up with a decent side.

“He’s a great fella to start off with and he gives it a rip which is what I really love to see about all spinners. If we can give it a rip and try and spin the ball, that’s our main focus. I’m a big fan of Mitch, it’s great to see him around the squad. If he gets his chance, fingers crossed we can have a great combination together.

“I don’t think it affects my role at all. It’s exciting we potentially have the opportunity to play two spinners but in saying that I haven’t been to the SCG for two months so don’t know what the conditions will be like. The BBL wickets they look like they have been fantastic.”

The likes of Michael Beer, Steve O’Keefe, Ashton Agar and Jon Holland have partnered Lyon in the past, with Marnus Labuschagne’s wrist spin providing a more recent spin tandem option for the captain Tim Paine. Lyon said he had been impressed by how Swepson had improved his game, notably the ability to lock down the scoring rate in addition to trying to spin the ball hard and turn it past the bat.

“I had some really good chats with him during the week sitting on the boundary and watching him bowl in the nets,” Lyon said. “I actually haven’t seen him bowl in a game for a while. He seems really clear in his plans and we spoke about not changing when he gets the opportunity at the highest level. What’s worked is what has got him to the level, if he gets the opportunity I just said ‘stay strong to yourself, back yourself, what’s worked in state cricket if you give it a long enough chance in international cricket you’ll get some reward’.

“Legspinners bring different opportunities to the game. I really enjoy bowling with another spinner. We get to get through our overs quite quickly and feel like we can build pressure.”

Perhaps the best precondition for Swepson to debut at the SCG is the fact that the Australia top order have been functioning strongly all summer, not once giving their bowlers less than 400 to defend, and pushing through occasionally challenging conditions, as was the case on Boxing Day, to forge the first-innings scores that allow the bowlers to be at their best.

“It’s amazing. As bowlers we’ve always said if we’re able to get a day off our feet through the game we’ll more than likely take 20 wickets for us,” Lyon said. “Our batters have been absolutely incredible for us off the back of David Warner, Marnus and Steve and now you see Travis Head chipping in this week, which was absolutely exceptional.”

Despite the vast margins of victory in four out of four Test so far, which have taken Australia into a clear second place on the World Test Championship table ahead of the inaugural final at Lord’s in 2021, Lyon said that the team was still a long way short of the finished article. In fact, Lyon’s desire for continuous improvement is such that he would not be happy even if Australia do scale the aforementioned summit, where they would be likely to face the league leaders India.

“We’ve got a lot of areas to improve but that’s our goal as a team. Our goal together is pretty special, if we keep heading in that right direction and training each and every day to get better, especially in the areas we need to get better as a team, I think the sky’s the limit for this group,” Lyon said. “There’s a good mixture of youth and experience, it’s full of energy and excitement. I’ve always said I’ll never conquer this game of cricket, I don’t think anyone in this room will conquer this game of cricket. I think we can get better in every facet to be honest with you. It will be a hard journey but it’s going to be some great reward at the end of the tunnel.”

Missile hits military parade in Yemen, killing at least seven

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Dec
30

DUBAI (Reuters) – A missile fired by the Iran-aligned Houthi group struck a military parade in Yemen’s town of al-Dhalea, killing at least seven people and wounding several, government-allied southern separatist forces who control the area said on Sunday.

No claim of responsibility was made and Houthi media did not immediately comment on the blast or the accusation.

The missile struck a parade ground where a military graduation for Security Belt forces had just finished, statements from the Security Belt group and the al-Dhalea southern separatist forces said.

The Security Belt forces are part of a government-aligned southern separatist front in south Yemen which favours the creation of an independent state.

They are also backed by the United Arab Emirates in a fight against Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi group.

Witnesses told Reuters that the blast occurred near a guest platform during the parade, causing injuries and deaths. They reported seeing bodies.

Pictures from the scene showed a blast hole in the concrete of an outdoor square.

Seven people died, among them four children, and 25 were injured, according to the local forces’ spokesman.

Yemen has suffered from almost five years of conflict since the Houthi movement ousted President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi’s government in late 2014. The coup drew military intervention in 2015 by a Saudi-led coalition, which includes the United Arab Emirates, trying to restore Hadi’s internationally recognized government.

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The town of al-Dhalea is controlled by southern separatist forces. It lies on the main south-to-north road linking the southern port of Aden — controlled by Hadi’s government — to the Houthi-controlled capital, Sanaa.

A contested frontline runs across al-Dhalea province.

In August, the Houthis claimed responsibility for a missile and drone attack on a parade in Aden, the seat of the internationally recognised government, killing around 36 people including a prominent commander.

Reporting by Reuters team in Yemen; Writing by Lisa Barrington; Editing by William Maclean, Louise Heavens, Jan Harvey and Nick Macfie

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29

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You can now jailbreak iOS 13.3 with checkra1n 0.9.7

Posted Posted by Admin in News     Comments Comments Off on You can now jailbreak iOS 13.3 with checkra1n 0.9.7
Dec
29

You can now use checkra1n to jailbreak iOS 13.3. The tool was initially released as a solution based on checkm8 exploit, to jailbreak devices running iOS 12.3 and above. The devices range from iPhone 5s and above, although support for a few iPhone and iPad models is still experimental. Here is all you need to know about checkra1n iOS 13.3 jailbreak.

Use Checkra1n to Jailbreak iOS 13.3

Thanks to checkra1n, users on iOS 13.3 can jailbreak their iOS devices to install tweaks and apps that cannot be installed through official means like the App Store. Checkra1n jailbreak works by taking advantage of a vulnerability in A5 – A 11 processors, created by Apple for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The BootROM vulnerability is called checkm8 and cannot be patched by Apple through software updates.

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Devices ranging from iPhone 4S – iPhone X are impacted by this vulnerability, regardless of the iOS version. This means that even if Apple released iOS 14 or iOS 15 for these devices, developers would be able to release updates to checkra1n to use checkm8 and jailbreak them.

Here are the complete release notes for checkra1n 0.9.7 beta.

Bug fixes

  • Fixes an issue which prevented the GUI from detecting changes in device modes
  • Fixes an issue that caused the GUI to hang when jailbreaking some iPad models

Other changes

  • Add initial Apple TV 4K support
  • Purge OTA updates on boot
  • Add support for iOS 13.3
  • Remove libimobiledevice as a dependency
  • Properly handle situations where there’s no internet connection available while bootstrapping tvOS
  • Add a Control Center shortcut for the tvOS loader app

Although Apple TV 4K is supported, it will show a ‘-20 error’. Ignore this as the jailbreak will be successful despite the error message.

The following devices are currently unsupported and jailbreaking may or may not work on them. Proceed with caution

  • iPhone 5s
  • iPad Mini 2
  • iPad Mini 3
  • iPad Air

iOS 13.3 was released just a few days ago with new features like Screen Time communication limits, Apple News design updates, improved junk message handling and more. Details for upcoming Powerbeats4 headphones were also leaked due to some strings uncovered in iOS 13.3 code.

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checkra1n is still in beta and is not recommended for installation on your primary device. If you know what you are doing and are willing to take the risk, You can download the latest checkra1n update from the link below. The app is available only on Mac for now.

Download checkra1n

Products mentioned in this post

iPad Air iPhone X iPod Touch

The links above are affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, Wccftech.com may earn from qualifying purchases.

James Pattinson leaves New Zealand’s hopes in tatters

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Dec
29

Lunch New Zealand 148 and 3 for 38 need 450 more runs to beat Australia 467 and 5 for 168 dec

James Pattinson left New Zealand in tatters and heading for a crushing four-day defeat at the MCG after bursting through the top order including the key duo of Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor for a combined tally of two runs between them.

After being set 488, New Zealand plummeted to lunch on 3 for 38 with the chance of taking the match into the fifth a distant prospect.

Pattinson, who returned to the side as Josh Hazlewood’s replacement, struck with his fourth delivery when he drew Tom Latham into driving at a wide delivery, the edge well taken by Tim Paine diving to his left. It broke an opening stand that had shown small signs of promise, but even bigger prize followed a few moments later after a switch of ends following the successful first over.

Williamson, who played a poor shot in the first innings to fall for 9, was given lbw when a delivery nipped back to catch him on the crease. The captain called for the DRS, as he had to do, and the replays showed it was clipped leg stump by, dare it be said, the barest of margins. It was the type of decision that can often go against the side under the pump.

While there may have been an element of bad fortune in Williamson’s dismissal, Taylor’s downfall was self-inflicted as he dragged on an under edge as he attempted to cut Pattinson to give the quick his third wicket in nine deliveries

Australia could have had their first opening in the opening over when Mitchell Starc swung one back into Tom Blundell which would have taken leg stump and been overturned on DRS had Paine reviewed. A freshly-shaven Blundell made a punchy start to his innings, launching a pull over wide mid-on against Pat Cummins, and working Starc off his pads when he strayed a touch too straight

Australia batted on for 10 overs without every really getting out of second gear, the declaration coming when Travis Head was bowled round his legs by Neil Wagner for his seventh wicket of the match. That was all a prelude to the contest really starting again and it remained one-way traffic.

Truck bomb kills at least 90 in Mogadishu: international organisation

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Dec
29

MOGADISHU (Reuters) – At least 90 people were killed when a bomb-laden truck exploded at a busy checkpoint in the Somali capital Mogadishu on Saturday, an international organisation working in the country said, in the deadliest attack in more than two years.

The dead included many students and two Turkish nationals, Somalia’s foreign minister said, adding that dozens were injured.

Saturday is a working day in the Muslim country and the explosion occurred during the morning rush hour. Rescuers carried bodies past the twisted wreckage of a vehicle and a minibus taxi smeared with blood.

A report by the international organisation, which did not want to be named, said the death toll was more than 90 and that university students and 17 police officers were among those killed. A Somali MP also tweeted that he had been told the death toll stands at more than 90.

Like other checkpoints in a city scarred by decades of conflict, traffic is often clogged at the Ex-Control Junction, where heavily armed security forces check vehicles for explosives and weapons and other officers direct traffic. There is also a government tax collection point at junction, officials said.

No-one immediately claimed responsibility for the blast but the city’s mayor blamed al Qaeda-linked Islamist group al Shabaab.

The group regularly carries out such attacks in an attempt to undermine the government, which is backed by the United Nations and African Union peacekeeping troops.

The most deadly attack blamed on al Shabaab was in October 2017 when a bomb-laden truck exploded next to a fuel tanker in Mogadishu, creating a fireball that killed nearly 600 people.

While al Shabaab carries out frequent attacks, the death tolls are often lower than in Saturday’s blast. The group has sometimes not claimed responsibility for attacks that sparked a big public backlash, such as a 2009 suicide bombing of a graduation ceremony for medical students.

A number of attacks this year, including one in September on a base where U.S. special forces train Somali commandos, show the group maintains a strong intelligence network and can mount deadly and sometimes sophisticated operations, analysts say.

Three witnesses told Reuters that a small team of Turkish engineers were present at the time of the blast, constructing a road into the city.

Turkey’s foreign ministry confirmed the death of two of its nationals.

Turkey has been a major donor to Somalia since a famine in 2011, and together with the government of Qatar is funding a number of infrastructure and medical projects in the country. Turkey opened a military base in Mogadishu in 2017 to train Somali soldiers.

‘SCREAMING FOR HELP’

After the explosion, 55-year-old Sabdow Ali, who lives nearby, said he left his house and counted at least 13 people dead.

“Dozens of injured people were screaming for help but the police immediately opened fire and I rushed back to my house,” he told Reuters.

The injured were transported to Medina Hospital, where a Reuters witness saw dozens arriving by ambulance, and to other hospitals.

A nurse at Medina, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the facility had received more than 100 wounded people. Weeping relatives gathered outside the entrance as they sought information on their loved ones.

Speaking to reporters at the blast site, Mogadishu Mayor Omar Muhamoud said students were killed as they commuted to their studies, many of them to the capital’s Banadir University.

Somali Foreign Minister Ahmed Awad tweeted that many of the dead were “students with ambition, and hardworking men and women.”

The mayor blamed al Shabaab for the attack, without giving details.

Police officials were not immediately available for comment on casualty numbers.

AL SHABAAB’S STAYING POWER

Somalia has been riven by conflict since 1991, when clan warlords overthrew dictator Siad Barre and then turned on each other.

Al Shabaab grew out of a political movement that used Islamic courts to try to impose order on the country. U.S.-backed Ethiopian soldiers defeated the Islamic Courts Union in 2006, but the movement’s youth wing split off and launched an insurgency. Al Shabaab pledged loyalty to al Qaeda in 2012.

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The AU peacekeeping force, in Somalia since 2007, has been gradually withdrawing its forces over the past several years. Somali forces are scheduled to assume responsibility for security next year, though the precise date of the withdrawal has repeatedly shifted.

“Somalia is not ready to take over control of security next year or the year after,” said Hussein Sheikh-Ali, a former national security adviser and founder of the Hiraal Institute, a Mogadishu-based security think-tank.

Saturday’s attack was the 20th vehicle-borne explosives attack of 2019 and the year is ending with more deaths from such attacks than 2018, he said.

Al Shabaab has also carried out attacks in east African countries such as Kenya and Uganda. It claimed responsibility for an attack in January on an upscale hotel and office complex in the Kenyan capital that killed 21 people.

Reporting by Abdi Sheikh; Additional reporting by Feisal Omar in Mogadishu and Ece Toksabay in Ankara; Writing by David Clarke and Maggie Fick; Editing by Frances Kerry

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You can now jailbreak iOS 13.3 with checkra1n 0.9.7

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You can now use checkra1n to jailbreak iOS 13.3. The tool was initially released as a solution based on checkm8 exploit, to jailbreak devices running iOS 12.3 and above. The devices range from iPhone 5s and above, although support for a few iPhone and iPad models is still experimental. Here is all you need to know about checkra1n iOS 13.3 jailbreak.

Use Checkra1n to Jailbreak iOS 13.3

Thanks to checkra1n, users on iOS 13.3 can jailbreak their iOS devices to install tweaks and apps that cannot be installed through official means like the App Store. Checkra1n jailbreak works by taking advantage of a vulnerability in A5 – A 11 processors, created by Apple for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The BootROM vulnerability is called checkm8 and cannot be patched by Apple through software updates.

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Devices ranging from iPhone 4S – iPhone X are impacted by this vulnerability, regardless of the iOS version. This means that even if Apple released iOS 14 or iOS 15 for these devices, developers would be able to release updates to checkra1n to use checkm8 and jailbreak them.

Here are the complete release notes for checkra1n 0.9.7 beta.

Bug fixes

  • Fixes an issue which prevented the GUI from detecting changes in device modes
  • Fixes an issue that caused the GUI to hang when jailbreaking some iPad models

Other changes

  • Add initial Apple TV 4K support
  • Purge OTA updates on boot
  • Add support for iOS 13.3
  • Remove libimobiledevice as a dependency
  • Properly handle situations where there’s no internet connection available while bootstrapping tvOS
  • Add a Control Center shortcut for the tvOS loader app

Although Apple TV 4K is supported, it will show a ‘-20 error’. Ignore this as the jailbreak will be successful despite the error message.

The following devices are currently unsupported and jailbreaking may or may not work on them. Proceed with caution

  • iPhone 5s
  • iPad Mini 2
  • iPad Mini 3
  • iPad Air

iOS 13.3 was released just a few days ago with new features like Screen Time communication limits, Apple News design updates, improved junk message handling and more. Details for upcoming Powerbeats4 headphones were also leaked due to some strings uncovered in iOS 13.3 code.

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checkra1n is still in beta and is not recommended for installation on your primary device. If you know what you are doing and are willing to take the risk, You can download the latest checkra1n update from the link below. The app is available only on Mac for now.

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Cummins leads the way as New Zealand left in tatters

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Lunch New Zealand 6 for 102 (Latham 42*, Santner 1*) trail Australia 467 by 365 runs

New Zealand’s middle order was picked apart by world-class bowling from Australia’s trio of quicks as they lurched to lunch on the third day on 6 for 102. Pat Cummins was on a hat-trick in the third over of the morning when he removed Ross Taylor and Henry Nicholls, James Pattinson produced a beauty to remove BJ Watling and Mitchell Starc joined in to remove Colin de Grandhomme.

Tom Latham stood out amid the wreckage as he reached the break on 42 off 127 balls, repelling everything that was hurled at him from the quicks and Nathan Lyon. It could have been worse for New Zealand if Mitchell Santner hadn’t benefitted from a controversial DRS ruling from the third umpire when he appeared to glove Starc but there chances of even getting a draw appeared in ruins.

New Zealand’s ambitions at the start of the day rested on Latham and Taylor, the latter needing 47 more runs to become his country’s leading scorer in Tests, but that lasted just 12 balls as technique and ticker was tested with every delivery.

The first ball of Cummins’ second over drew Taylor into a flat-footed drive with the thick edge flying quickly to Marnus Labuschagne at third slip where it was parried into the air and settled comfortably for Joe Burns at first. Next ball, Cummins came around the wicket to Nicholls and pinned the left hander lbw with the review from Nicholls showing it would have hit the top of leg stump.

With the roar of the MCG crowd behind him, Cummins ran in for his hat-trick ball but Watling was able to keep it out. However, having managed to get onto the front foot a couple of times, he was not able to survive much longer when Pattinson produced a beauty that bounced from short of a length and took the shoulder of the bat to first slip to leave New Zealand 5 for 58.

The bleeding was momentarily stopped by Latham and de Grandhomme – helped by a surprising over for Matthew Wade which cost 13, four more than Cummins conceded in five overs – as Latham continued to show great composure in the face of the onslaught. de Grandhomme was less convincing and it was not a huge surprise when he fended an edge to gully off Starc.

Two balls later Starc, and the rest of the Australians, were convinced they had another when Santner fended a bouncer to leg gully. It was given not out on the field by Marais Erasmus and Tim Paine reviewed. As more replays came through the Australians become more sure, and with good reason, that it had brushed the wrist band before coming off the arm guard but eventually third umpire Aleem Dar said there wasn’t conclusive evidence to overturn. Paine was far from impressed and had a lengthy discussion with Erasmus.

Twelve dead as plane crashes after take-off in Kazakhstan

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ALMATY (Reuters) – Twelve people were killed and dozens injured when a plane with nearly 100 passengers and crew on board crashed soon after take-off in Kazakhstan on Friday.

The Bek Air Fokker 100 got into trouble shortly after departing from Almaty, the Central Asian country’s commercial centre, on a pre-dawn flight to the capital Nur-Sultan.

It lost altitude during take-off and broke through a concrete fence before hitting a two-storey building, Kazakhstan’s Civil Aviation Committee said. It was not immediately clear what caused the crash.

“The plane tilted to the left, then to the right, then it started shaking while still trying to gain altitude,” businessman Aslan Nazaraliyev, who survived the crash, told Reuters.

Investigators found scratch marks on the runway.

“Before crashing, the aircraft touched the runway with its tail twice, the gear was retracted,” Deputy Prime Minister Roman Sklyar told reporters.

“A commission … will establish whether this was pilot error or technical issues. The runway was in an ideal condition.”

A Reuters reporter saw the battered remains of the front of the plane and other parts of the fuselage scattered around what was left of the house.

A survivor told news website Tengrinews she heard a “terrifying sound” before the plane started losing altitude.

“The plane was flying at a tilt. Everything was like in a movie: screaming, shouting, people crying,” she said.

Authorities initially put the death toll at 15 or more but later revised the figure to 12. They said 49 people were in hospitals, some of them in a serious condition.

The plane had been carrying 93 passengers and five crew, and the interior ministry said the captain was among those killed.

The ministry said it was investigating a possible breach of flight operation and safety rules, a standard legal procedure.

Kazakhstan’s aviation committee said it was suspending all flights by carrier Bek Air and those of Fokker 100 aircraft pending the results of the investigation.

“MOANS AND SCREAMS”

Nazaraliyev said he had been seated next to an emergency exit in row 15 and all the rows in front of him were torn off when the plane broke in half on impact.

After the shaking started and before the crash “I had enough time to put away my phone and fasten my seatbelt”, he said.

“We got out through the emergency exit … I and other men started getting people out and away from the plane. Some were trapped by concrete debris from the building. There were moans and screams and it was dark.”

One of those killed, electrician Abai Nurbekov, was on the plane with his family of six, news website The Village reported. His wife and four children remained in intensive care.

In Almaty, residents flooded a local blood donation centre.

Authorities cordoned off the crash site in the village of Almerek, just beyond the end of the runway.

The airport remained operational with other planes taking off after the crash.

At the airport at Nur-Sultan, relatives of the passengers – some of whom were going to join their families for the holidays – were being briefed on their fate and offered flights to Almaty.

“Those responsible will face tough punishment in accordance with the law,” Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev tweeted, expressing condolences to the victims and their families. He also ordered an audit of all Kazakh airlines.

Tokayev declared Dec. 28 a national day of mourning and appointed Prime Minister Askar Mamin to head a commission to investigate the crash. Mamin’s office said the commission will report preliminary findings by Jan. 10.

The crashed plane was built in 1996, the government said, and its most recent flight certificate was issued in May 2019.

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Bek Air, a low-cost carrier, made headlines in 2016 when one its Fokkers had to land on its rear wheels after its landing gear failed to deploy fully.

The same year, the airline successfully challenged aviation authorities’ plans to make the International Air Transport Association operational safety audit mandatory for all local carriers on the grounds that such a move required changes to law rather than just government regulations.

Additional reporting by Tamara Vaal in Nur-Sultan; Writing by Olzhas Auyezov/Andrew Osborn; Editing by Robert Birsel, John Stonestreet, Gareth Jones and Giles Elgood

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