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Richard C Young & Company who had been investing in Visa Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $275.00 billion market cap company. The stock decreased 0.77% or $0.01 during the last trading session, reaching $1.29. Among 29 analysts covering BP ( NYSE:BP ), 20 have Buy rating, 2 Sell and 7 Hold. The rating was maintained by Nomura on Tuesday, April 26 with "Neutral".
  • Three-way tie for lead in Oman as Pavon falls away

    Three-way tie for lead in Oman as Pavon falls away

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    Three birdies at the start of the round helped Southgate go three clear at the top early on but bogeys at the fourth and sixth holes dragged him back. You feel like it's getting there but you need the golf. Pepperell covered the back nine in one under par, his one birdie coming at the 16th hole. "It was a amusing way to get that score but I'm over the moon with that start".
  • India waiting for Maldives to act post Emergency

    India waiting for Maldives to act post Emergency

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    He said that the two real crises in the Maldives are land grab and state within the state of Maldives by the ISIS. One said his client had been refused permission to deny the charges. "We have noticed that the Emergency in Maldives is valid for the next few days and we will wait to see the steps which will be taken by the government of Maldives after this", Kumar said.
  • For the first time, scientists directly observe how Northern Lights are formed

    For the first time, scientists directly observe how Northern Lights are formed

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    The findings of this new discovery have been disclosed in the journal Nature . If you're really lucky, you might be able to see the stunning natural phenomena of the Northern Lights later tonight. Electron bursts have been linked with chorus waves before, with previous research spotting electron showers that coincide with the "whistling" tunes of these shifting plasma currents.
  • Netanyahu speech was 'cartoonish circus'

    Netanyahu speech was 'cartoonish circus'

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    Addressing the Munich event for the first time, Netanyahu urged gathered US and European officials and diplomats to counter Iran immediately, displaying a map showing what he said was Iran's growing presence in the Middle East. "This is a very unsafe development for our region". Under the JCPOA, Iran undertook to put limits on its nuclear program in exchange for the removal of nuclear-related sanctions imposed against Tehran.
  • PM lays founding stone of Navi Mumbai International Airport

    PM lays founding stone of Navi Mumbai International Airport

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    The Sagarmala project is ushering development of ports. Modi said projects worth Rs 10 lakh crore are stuck as the previous governments did not finish it on time. He will interact with captains of industries and inaugurate the Wadhwani Institute for Artificial Intelligence, at the University of Mumbai . Aviation has huge scope of employment and also boosts the tourism in the country, the prime minister said.
  • Bachchan's job application to work with Deepika, Katrina

    Bachchan's job application to work with Deepika, Katrina

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    Bollywood's beloved superstar Amitabh Bachchan's unique job application has left a smile on the faces of his fans and followers on twitter. Taking his Twitter handle late on Saturday night, Bachchan shared his job application captioning it as, "T 2617 - Job Application: Name: Amitabh Bachchan DOB: 11.10.1942, Allahabad Age: 76 yrs Credentials: worked in films for 49 years, IN APPROX 200 FILMS Speaks; Hindi, English, Punjabi, Bengali HEIGHT: 6'2".
  • South Korean filmmaker hopeful Olympics will improve ties with North

    South Korean filmmaker hopeful Olympics will improve ties with North

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    North Korea has been taking advantage of the Olympics to deploy its "smile diplomacy", but this does not mean its threats have been mitigated. North Korea is subject to multiple sets of UN Security Council sanctions over its banned nuclear and ballistic missile programmes and conducted dozens of weapons tests a year ago.
  • Top Russian official dismisses Federal Bureau of Investigation indictments as 'just blabber'

    Top Russian official dismisses Federal Bureau of Investigation indictments as 'just blabber'

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    The indictment is silent on the question of whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Kremlin, which Mr Mueller is investigating. "Specialists were instructed to post content that focused on 'politics in the U.S., '" one section of the document reads, adding that those involved with the interference were told to "use any opportunity to criticize Hillary and the rest (except Sanders and Trump - we support them)'".
  • White House continues to deny Russian Federation collusion

    White House continues to deny Russian Federation collusion

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    McMaster also scoffed at the suggestion that the United States would work with Russian Federation on cybersecurity issues. A White House statement emphasized they were "glad to see the Special Counsel's investigation further indicates - that there was NO COLLUSION between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation and that the outcome of the election was not changed or affected".
  • Yun's the one in skeleton

    Yun's the one in skeleton

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    It was the first Olympic medal for Tregubov, who is a four-time and reigning junior world champion, and the second silver medal for Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR) at the ongoing Games. His tough practices resulted in an easy wire-to-wire victory. In speed skating , the Netherlands added to its medal count - unsurprising given its dominance in the sport - when Esmee Visser took gold.
  • Ledecka surprised at super-G win, Vonn knocked off podium

    Ledecka surprised at super-G win, Vonn knocked off podium

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    He also won the 1,000th gold medal in Winter Games history. "But when I went out to compete, I was not so nervous anymore and I tried my best", Jin said. American star Lindsey Vonn , who tied for sixth in her first event in Pyeongchang , echoed the sentiments of Ledecka — and just about everyone else.
  • Severe cyclone warning for WA's north

    Severe cyclone warning for WA's north

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    Mr Stoate's property, which includes 20,000 cattle, copped a "belting" with roaring wind, roofs knocked off, windows smashed and trees uprooted. "I think the cattle probably coped with it better than us". People were warned to secure or remove loose material around homes and ensure emergency kits were ready. A yellow alert was in place for people between Broome and Bidyadanga.
  • Oprah 'thought about' running for President in 2020

    Oprah 'thought about' running for President in 2020

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    Winfrey says when Silvio asks whether she's announced a decision. Following her powerful speech at last month's Golden Globes , high-profile names such as Steven Spielberg and Meryl Streep voiced support for a possible Oprah 2020 campaign.
  • Chinese woman joins handbag in X-ray machine

    Chinese woman joins handbag in X-ray machine

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    An online video showing horrifying images of a skeleton wearing high heels on all fours riding a conveyer belt was shared by the China media site Pear Video , and aggregated by the state-run newspaper People's Daily . When told that all her valuables would have to pass through the machine, she turned around and was seen hopping onto the conveyor belt as well. Per BBC News , no one really knows why this woman was so insistent on accompanying her bags, but during the Lunar New Year rush, ...
  • Lewandowski Penalty Ensures Dramatic Comeback Win for Bayern Munich

    Lewandowski Penalty Ensures Dramatic Comeback Win for Bayern Munich

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    The veteran coach has 21 victories in 22 games since returning for his fourth stint in October. "You could say we're lucky to turn the game around in the final minutes", Heynckes acknowledged. He found a gap low to Casteels' left from the spot after Itter was penalised for pulling Robben back, leaving Wolfsburg with one win in their last eight Bundesliga outings ahead of a huge clash with third-bottom Mainz on Friday.
  • Brexit deal should strike 'fair balance'

    Brexit deal should strike 'fair balance'

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    Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May , meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, said she would urge continued cooperation with the bloc when she addresses the Munich conference on Saturday. Poland is one of just five North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members that already spends the recommended 2 percent of gross domestic product on defense, and Mateusz Morawiecki said it's complicated to discuss a common European defense policy when most nations aren't in compliance.
  • ACLU sues to block Ohio Down syndrome abortion ban

    ACLU sues to block Ohio Down syndrome abortion ban

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    The ACLU suit was filed on Thursday in a Federal court in Cincinnati on behalf of Preterm in Cleveland, Planned Parenthood and other OH abortion providers. "This ban is just a thinly-veiled attempt to criminalize abortion in OH". Abortion clinics in OH are trying to stop a state law from going into effect next month that prohibits a woman from having an abortion based on a Down syndrome diagnosis of the fetus.
  • Kentucky vs. Alabama - 2/17/18 College Basketball Pick, Odds, and Prediction

    Kentucky vs. Alabama - 2/17/18 College Basketball Pick, Odds, and Prediction

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    They've been trusting us. Alabama's defense held the opponents to 43.8 percent shooting, but Kentucky kept coming up with the ball after misses. Sparked by a Jordan Lewis three, the Crimson Tide went on a 14-0 run to take a 58-49 lead. We showed flashes of it. "We got outplayed at the five position; we got outplayed at the point guard position", a disappointed Wade said in his postgame radio interview.
  • US, Russian Officials Respond To Mueller's Indictment

    US, Russian Officials Respond To Mueller's Indictment

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    On Friday , just hours before the indictment, the top White House official for cyberissues accused Russian Federation of "the most destructive cyberattack in human history", against Ukraine last summer. Kislyak, picked up on a favorite theme of Trump's: questioning the credibility of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and intelligence agency assessments .
  • Google changed the image search function

    Google changed the image search function

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    As The Verge reports, changes to Google's image search page were introduced yesterday and it seems to be a direct response to the complaints lodged against Google by photographers and publishers over images being stolen. On his webpage devoted to the research of images, it is no longer possible to display the large images with the button " See the image ". Unfortunately, there are many legitimate uses of trying to get directly to the full-sized image, such as getting the Wikimedia Commons ...
  • BJP Gets New Headquarter Today

    BJP Gets New Headquarter Today

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    The swanky headquarters is located at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg, outside Lutyens' Bungalow Zone in the national capital. "A dream of millions of workers will be fulfilled (today)", Shah said at the inauguration. The PM congratulated the party president and his team for completing the work of the office in stipulated time and for getting a new home to the BJP.
  • Florida School Shooting Suspect Confessed After Confronted By Police

    Florida School Shooting Suspect Confessed After Confronted By Police

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    Students from the high school where the shooting took place spoke passionately during the rally in front of the federal courthouse, pleading with politicians to change the nation's gun laws. Since January 2013, there have been at least 291 school shootings across the country - an average of one a week, according to non-profit group Everytown for Gun Safety.
  • Donald Trump: People of Florida 'Some of the Bravest People on Earth'

    Donald Trump: People of Florida 'Some of the Bravest People on Earth'

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    He believes gun control measures don't stop the bad guys and only undermine liberty for the good ones. Democrats in the House from Washington state also haven't received any money directly from the NRA , but the gun-rights organization has given varying amounts to their opponents- the most , to those who've run against Olympia's representative Denny Heck.
  • Pelham High School students stage walkout after Florida shooting

    Pelham High School students stage walkout after Florida shooting

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    On Thursday, Trump called on all United States embassies, public buildings, military facilities, diplomatic sites, naval vessels, consular offices, other facilities overseas to fly their flags at half-staff through Monday. Mental health advocates are warning President Trump's comments perpetuate stigma against people with mental illness, who are more likely to be the victims than the perpetrators of violence.
  • Trump Voices Support for Increasing Gas Tax, Report Says

    Trump Voices Support for Increasing Gas Tax, Report Says

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    But that wasn't swaying Republican opinion Thursday. I don't think anyone argues about that, but gasoline and gasoline taxes are kind of a third rail in American politics. "The gas tax, like numerous other pay-fors that are being discussed, is not ideal", she said. President Trump on Wednesday expressed support for a 25-cent fuel tax increase to fund his sweeping infrastructure plan , lawmakers said.
  • D'Iberville bail bondsman alerts Federal Bureau of Investigation about school shooting c

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    Thousands filled an outdoor amphitheater in Parkland last night to attend a candlelight memorial vigil, where several speakers elicited thunderous applause from the crowd as they called for tougher gun control measures. states with laws allowing police and family members to obtain restraining orders barring people suspected of being a threat from possessing guns. A source told CNN's Evan Perez that the suspect used an AR-15 style firearm he had bought within the past year after passing a ...
  • Plane with 65 Passengers on Board Crashes in Central Iran

    Plane with 65 Passengers on Board Crashes in Central Iran

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    Iran has suffered several plane crashes in the past few decades. Semirom lies in the mountainous southwestern region of Iran, around 480 kilometres (300 miles) south of the capital. "The plane had 50 to 60 passengers", Pir Hossein Koolivand, the head of the emergency services told the Fars news agency. "Observation by people (in the area) indicates a crash", he said, adding that he was still awaiting confirmation.
  • Congress youth leader suspended for assaulting man

    Congress youth leader suspended for assaulting man

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    After the victim was taken to Mallya Hospital, where he is now undergoing treatment, Nalapad and his supporters arrived at the hospital to threaten Vidvat against filing a complaint, News18 reported. Praveen told police that Vidvath had fracture at his right leg four week back and was not able to sit properly. This led to a heated argument and then Nalapad allegedly called his associates to the mall and assaulted the victim.
  • Jose Mourinho: Use VAR only when referees ask for assistance

    Jose Mourinho: Use VAR only when referees ask for assistance

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    United got off to the ideal start when Lukaku was released by Juan Mata and proceeded to turn Christopher Schindler this way and that before firing inside Jonas Lossl's near post. Neil Swarbrick - the man in charge of making the call - advised Friend to chalk the goal off after two minutes consulting the footage. This, apparently, is how they judged the decision.
  • Lanier HS student facing charges after bringing gun to school

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    Lori Alhadeff's emotionally charged outburst will add to the pressure on a president who has so far avoided all mention of gun control after 17 people died in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. As a result, many schools are now focusing on special guidance and counsel for students and their families. If conservatives truly feel so threatened by a regulation that was meant to weed out people who have established mental health challenges from buying a gun , perhaps there ...
  • US school shooting survivors demand gun control

    US school shooting survivors demand gun control

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    When asked if new gun laws are needed, Trump walked away without answering. The front page carries a picture of mourners leaving cross-shaped tributes and flowers on a fence outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School . Similar guns have been used in many mass shootings, including in Las Vegas past year and Orlando in 2016. Kimmel said he agrees, "and here's what you do to fix that".
  • Protesters call for stricter gun laws in wake of Florida school shooting

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    The AP also claimed, "Of that amount, more than $400,000 was in cash grants, while almost $1.8 million came as in-kind donations ranging from equipment for high school air rifle teams to gun safety programs for younger children". The results: The Florida school assault is the 18th United States school shooting of 2018, and it's only seven weeks into the year. Have we learned nothing since Columbine? Seventeen people, a lot of them students, were killed yesterday, and 14 wounded or ...
  • May Proposes EU to Strengthen Security Alliances after Brexit

    May Proposes EU to Strengthen Security Alliances after Brexit

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    In the second "Road to Brexit " speech, Mrs May will tell the Munich Security Conference that while there is no existing agreement between the European Union and a third country that matches Britain's current partnership, there is "no legal reason" a deal on security could not be reached.
  • Korean solidarity at the 2018 Winter Olympics

    Korean solidarity at the 2018 Winter Olympics

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    Tensions have long simmered between the two countries following Japan's colonization of the Korean peninsula between 1910 and 1945. North Korea's cheerleading squad was on hand for a third straight game, scattered in groups of several dozen around the arena and clad in red tracksuits.
  • President Trump to meet in Florida with 'bravest people'

    President Trump to meet in Florida with 'bravest people'

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    It absolutely is.... So don't tell me that it's not time to talk about it. He said the first responders, by their quick actions, had saved her life. And yet, nearly a year ago on February 28, 2017, Trump quietly signed a bill revoking Obama-era gun checks with people for mental illness. I still hunt with my son but an AR-15 is not for hunting.
  • Kerala priest booked for raping foreign national surrenders

    Kerala priest booked for raping foreign national surrenders

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    A Catholic priest belonging to the Pala diocese of the Syro Malabar Church has been defrocked following serious complaints of sexual assault against a Bangladeshi woman. The court remanded him in 14-day judicial custody. The police said she and the priest had been in touch via WhatsApp and later fell in love. An explanation was sought from him after summoning him to the diocese on February 13 when the church authorities came to know about his "misconduct".
  • Florida shooting 'the type of case the death penalty was designed for'

    Florida shooting 'the type of case the death penalty was designed for'

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    As a result, many schools are now focusing on special guidance and counsel for students and their families. A crowd at times chanted, "Vote them out!" Lorena said that what hurt her the most was that under current laws, repeated warnings to authorities about a person's erratic behavior can not factor into their ability to own a firearm.
  • Watch this bungling burglar lob a brick straight at his partner's head

    Watch this bungling burglar lob a brick straight at his partner's head

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    TWO bungling robbers were caught on camera getting into a spot of bother - after one threw a brick to break a window but ended up knocking his partner in crime out cold instead. "If all thieves were like this, police wouldn't have to work overtime", the police wrote. "I can't stop watching this", another added. SHANGHAI , CHINA (Shanghai Jing'an Police/CNN) - We know from the movies that the best break-ins and robberies take intricate planning.
  • Big Mexico quake cuts power and damages homes, two dead in crash

    Big Mexico quake cuts power and damages homes, two dead in crash

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    The quake was 24.6km underground. Mexico sits at a spot where five tectonic plates come together, making it particularly vulnerable to earthquakes . Panicked residents flooded into the streets, fearing a repeat of the two quakes in September a year ago that caused buildings to collapse and killed a 465 people.
  • Huge fire at Tibet's revered Jokhang Temple sparks fears for its future

    Huge fire at Tibet's revered Jokhang Temple sparks fears for its future

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    Tibetans pray outside Jokhang Monastery ahead of Tibetan New Year's Day in Lhasa. Early reports of the blaze in Chinese state-run media did not give details and many social media posts discussing the fire appeared to be quickly censored. The temple attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists from home and overseas. In 2008, demonstrations by Tibetan monks in Lhasa degenerated into deadly violence targeting Han and the Hui, China's Muslim minority.