Trump criticizes 'censorship' on social media, SpaceX launches Dragon to ISS
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US President Donald Trump has criticized what he calls the censorship of Americans citizens on social media after Facebook banned Alex Jones and other far-right figures from its platform.
Last week Facebook banned a number of people in groups for violating its rules against dangerous individuals and organizations.
President Trump responded defending free speech saying we are monitoring and watching, closely.SPACEX successfully launched its dragon cargo spacecraft on Saturday morning, on a resupply mission to the International Space Station.
After a a failed launch attempt and possible capsule explosion in April, SpaceX confirmed to the successful launch, saying the Dragon would dock with the ISS on Monday.
And finally Avengers Endgame has passed $2 billion box office mark in his first 12 days in the cinemas.
Breaking in 2.189billion to become the second biggest film of all time.In the game now,only trails behind 2009 Avatar which pulled in 2.78billion at the box office over its entire theater run.
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