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Jude Law Is a New Dad to Baby Number 6! Get to Know the Actor’s Kids

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JANUARY 27: Jude Law attends

Actor Jude Law is a dad to six children, having just welcomed his newest little one with his wife, Phillipa Coan. Jude shares his other five children with three women, and the kids range in age from 23 to a newborn. While his oldest children are very much in the public eye – as models with their parents’ good looks – the younger ones lead private lives. Jude also chooses to not divulge much info about the kids, but we do know a little about them. Let’s get to know Jude’s six children.

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Rafferty Law

Rafferty Jellicoe Frost Law was born on Oct. 6, 1996. He is Jude’s eldest son, whom he shares with his first wife, Sadie Frost. Rafferty, who is the spitting image of his famous father, has modeled for high-end designers including Dolce & Gabbana and Dior. The multitalented Brit also dabbles in acting and will appear in an upcoming remake of Oliver Twist. Rafferty also has his own band called Outer Stella Overdrive.

Iris Law

Iris Law was born on Oct. 25, 2000. She is Jude’s oldest daughter and the only daughter he shares with his first wife, Sadie. Iris is a well-known model in the fashion industry, having walked runways for Miu Miu and landed in the pages of Vogue. Her latest job is as the star of a new Fendi campaign.

Rudy Law

Rudy Law was born on Sept. 10, 2002. He’s Jude’s youngest child with his first wife, Sadie. Rudy keeps a relatively low profile these days, but back when he used his Instagram account more, he frequently shared pictures with his siblings and his dad showing how close they all are. Rudy also had a role in the 2013 film Dotty alongside his actress mom but hasn’t had any major roles since.

Sophia Law

Sophia Law was born in September 2009. He is the only child Jude shares with American model Samantha Burke. Jude and Samantha met in New York while he was in the city filming Sherlock Holmes. Though Jude and Samantha never dated, Jude still supports Sophia, and she and her mom live in Florida.

Ada Law

Ada Law was born in March 2015. She is the only child Jude shares with singer Catherine Harding. Catherine, who also goes by Cat Cavelli, told the Mirror right after baby Ada was born that Jude is a great dad and Ada looks just like him.

New Baby Law

Jude confirmed he welcomed a new baby with his wife, Phillipa Coan, on The Tonight Show on September 14, 2020. He told Jimmy Fallon it was an “unusual” birth given the pandemic, but “it’s really wonderful” and that he and his wife felt “blessed” that they could “nest” and “enjoy each other’s company” as a family. Though we don’t know the baby’s name yet, it’s sure to be sweet!

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Nikola without Trevor Milton 'changes the story': Dan Ives

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Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Brian Sozzi, and Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities discuss Tesla’s Battery Day, and the fraud allegations against Nikola Founder Trevor Milton.

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Microsoft is bringing Edge to Linux developers in October

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Edge is finally coming to Linux. At Ignite 2020 today, Microsoft announced that Edge for Linux will be available in the Dev preview channel starting in October. Linux users will be able to download the preview from the Microsoft Edge Insider website or from their native Linux package manager. Microsoft will start with the Ubuntu and Debian distributions, with support for Fedora and openSUSE coming afterwards.

Microsoft launched Chromium Edge for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, and macOS in January 2020. The browser has since been installed on “hundreds of millions of devices and climbing,” a Microsoft spokesperson told VentureBeat, and is now the second most popular desktop browser, after Chrome, according to Net Applications.

Microsoft wants Edge to be “the browser for business.” Bringing Edge to Linux isn’t so much an attempt to grow market share as it is a way to give businesses the option of rolling out a single browser to all their employee’s devices. “We are thrilled with customer interest we’ve received since we first announced our intention to bring Edge to Linux,” Edge program manager Kyle Pflug told VentureBeat. “We’ve heard feedback from business customers that they want one browser solution to deploy to their organization regardless of platform, and we’re excited to bring an offering to those that need a solution for Linux.”

Also available today, IT professionals can now roll back to a previous version of Chromium Edge. Microsoft said it is offering this feature because sometimes new versions break things, and in remote work environments, “any break is magnified.” With so many more employees working remotely nowadays, the company wants to give IT Pros a way to quickly “minimize interruption and address the issue.”

Going after developers

Microsoft specifically wants to ensure enterprise developers can get Edge for Linux. The primary goal is to reduce testing costs for businesses that want their websites to work on Edge.

“Linux stands out in that, while it has a relatively small desktop population in terms of what you might call typical consumer or end user, developers are often overrepresented in that population, and especially in areas like test automation, or CI/CD workloads for their web apps,” Pflug told VentureBeat. “Edge on Linux is a natural part of our strategy to reduce fragmentation and test overhead for web developers. By providing the same rendering behavior and tools across platforms, developers can build and test sites and web apps in their preferred environment and be confident in the experience their customers will have.”

Once Microsoft releases the first preview in October, the team plans to ship weekly builds in sync with the Dev channel on Windows and macOS. Microsoft promises developer tools, extensions, test automation, WebDriver, and Puppeteer will all work. Some end user scenarios, such as connected services like sign in and sync will not be available, as those will arrive in future previews. But everything developers care about should work — it isn’t called the Dev channel for nothing.

Because Chromium doesn’t have a Canary channel for Linux, Chromium Edge won’t have a Canary channel for Linux either. Edge for Linux will eventually get Beta and Stable channels, of course, but Microsoft would not commit to a time frame for either.

New Edge features coming soon

At Ignite 2020, Microsoft also announced a bunch of new Edge capabilities that are “coming soon.” WebView2, which is decoupled from specific versions of Windows, will be available for C/C++ and .NET by the end of 2020. Once available, any Windows app will be able to embed web content using Chromium Edge.

Chromium Edge is getting a preview of kiosk mode, also coming soon. With assigned access, it creates a locked-down and tailored browsing experience on Windows 10 for kiosks and digital signage. This is meant to replace the popular kiosk mode in Microsoft Edge Legacy, the version that is not based on Chromium and will lose support on March 9, 2021.

Microsoft Edge kiosk mode

IT Pros also have new functionality to look forward to. They will soon be able to manage their Enterprise Mode Site list from the cloud, instead of locally hosting the XML site list.

Additionally, using Azure Active Directory profiles in Edge, App Configuration in Intune will soon let IT pros manage only the activity in an app that is related to work, leaving the rest of the device alone. Employees will be able to log in to their work identity on a personal device while the organization only manages that experience. IT departments get the control they want for compliance, and end users get to use the device they want without handing over the keys.

Intune mobile application management

Finally, Edge will get new PDF features in October. The biggest boon for businesses is the ability to view and validate PDF digital signatures, which is useful for verifying the authenticity of documents, particularly for anything legally or financially binding. Users will also be able to add notes to PDFs and access interactive tables of content.

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Isis ‘Beatles’ can stand trial in US after High Court ruling

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El Shafee el-Sheikh (L) and Alexanda Kotey (R) are currently in US custody (Syrian Democratic Forces/AFP via)

The mother of a suspected Isis terrorist has lost a High Court challenge against the UK home secretary’s decision to share evidence about her son with US authorities.

Maha Elgizouli’s lawyers had argued the move was unlawful as it was incompatible with the Data Protection Act and asked the court to order that no material should be provided to the US in a hearing in London on 11 September.  

The case was rejected on Tuesday.  

Ms Elgizouli’s son, El Shafee Elsheikh, and Alexanda Kotey are accused of belonging to a group of militants dubbed “The Beatles” because of their British accents who executed a number of Western captives.

The hearing into Priti Patel’s decision to share evidence was held urgently as the US government indicated it will transfer the pair to Iraq for trial, where if found guilty they will be executed, if it does not receive all the evidence the UK has by mid-October.

As a result of the ruling, the evidence requested can now be handed over to the US authorities by the UK government.

Ms Elgizouli brought a judicial review earlier this month over Ms Patel’s decision on 24 August to provide material to the American government under a “mutual legal assistance” request, ahead of an intended prosecution in the US.

Her lawyers said the transfer of the evidence was “not strictly necessary” as it was made at a time when the Director of Public Prosecutions was due to make a decision “imminently” about whether there was enough evidence to prosecute Mr Elsheikh in the UK – which US authorities previously indicated a preference for.

Dame Victoria Sharp and Mr Justice Garnham rejected the case on Tuesday, saying it was “not properly arguable”.

Dame Victoria said previous expressions of preference as to where a prosecution should take place were of “no relevance” to the issues the court had to decide.

She added: “The conclusion that, even if Mr Elsheikh could be prosecuted in England, it would still be necessary and proportionate to transfer the data to the US authorities remained a conclusion properly open to the Secretary of State.”

Mr Elsheikh and Mr Kotey, who have had their British citizenship removed, have been accused of belonging to a cell of executioners in Syria, which also included Mohammed Emwazi, known as ‘Jihadi John’, who was killed in a US air strike in 2015.

They are accused of being involved in Islamic State killings, including the deaths of US journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff and British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning.  

Mr Elsheikh and Mr Kotey, who were raised in the UK, were captured in 2018. They were held in custody in Iraq before being moved to the US.

Additional reporting by Press Association

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