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Las Vegas shooting day recorded 'saddest' ever on Twitter

Las Vegas shooting day recorded ‘saddest’ ever on Twitter

Twitteratti has its occasional bouts of sad moments but October 2 — the day when a gunman massacred 59 people and injured several in Las Vegas — has been recorded as the saddest day on the micro-blogging platform. Using “Hedonometer,” a tool that measures happiness on Twitter, researchers have found Twitter users were at their

Trump to visit Las Vegas, meet with survivors

Washington, Oct 4, President Donald Trump is reckoning with the aftermath of a deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas when he visits the city today. Trump heads to the city days after a gunman on the 32nd floor of a Vegas Strip casino and hotel opened fire on people at an outdoor country music festival

IS claims responsibility of Las Vegas Concert Shooting

The Islamic State (IS) has claimed the responsibility for Sunday night’s Las Vegas concert shooting in which at least 50 people lost their lives and over 400 persons were injured. The IS purported that the gunman Stephen Paddock converted to Islam several months ago and carried out the attack. The terror outfit, however, offered no

Las Vegas shooting: At least 20 people killed, over 100 injured

20 killed in Las Vegas shooting

Las Vegas shooting: At least 20 people were killed and over 100 others injured when a “lone attacker” opened fire at a music festival here, police said on Monday.The news was confirmed by Las Vegas Metro Police Sheriff Joseph Lombardo in a press conference, reports CNN.Lombardo also said that the “lone wolf” perpetrator was also killed

Meet the expert who stopped the global cyber attack: WannaCry ransomware

Meet the expert who stopped the global cyber attack: WannaCry ransomware

A young British computer expert credited with cracking the WannaCry cyber attack told The Associated Press he doesn’t consider himself a hero but fights malware because “it’s the right thing to do.” In his first face-to-face interview, Marcus Hutchins, who works for Los Angeles-based Kryptos Logic, said Monday that hundreds of computer experts worked throughout