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June 19, 2017 - FirstNet and AT&T provided states and territories across the US with plans to rapidly build the FirstNet network solution, creating new jobs and driving additional investments in the state. "What it does, is it allows for a broadband public safety network nationwide". " Many of our county 911 dispatchers, law enforcement and police/fire are the first responders who will be working on this network and provide the services needed to secure the safety of those throughout our ...
  • Sucampo Pharmaceuticals (SCMP) Coverage Initiated by Analysts at Nomura

    Sucampo Pharmaceuticals (SCMP) Coverage Initiated by Analysts at Nomura

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    M are held by Lsv Asset. Clark Estates Inc Ny owns 272,500 shares. (NASDAQ: SCMP ). Great West Life Assurance Commerce Can, Manitoba - Canada-based fund reported 35,778 shares. (NASDAQ: SCMP ) have caught the attention of investors. The rating was maintained by Maxim Group on Wednesday, August 2 with "Buy". The rating was maintained by Jefferies with "Hold" on Thursday, August 4.
  • Moscow accuses USA of 'direct interference' in upcoming election

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    On Wednesday, Navalny announced that a slew of rallies would be held across Russian Federation on January 28 to promote an "electoral strike" to protest the Central Election Commission's decision to bar him from the race. Zakharova post further read. USA special counsel Robert Mueller is also investigating the Russian influence in the 2016 US election. The Foreign Ministry spokeswoman rebuffed the USA criticism of the electoral move, calling the statement hypocritical given the ongoing ...
  • Barclays takes $1.3 billion one-time hit from US Tax Bill

    Barclays takes $1.3 billion one-time hit from US Tax Bill

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    Barclays expected the reduction to result in a one-off charge to post-tax profit of GBP1.00 billion, an approximately 20 basis point reduction to its CET1 ratio, and an approximately 6 pence decrease to its tangible net asset value per share.
  • Met Office issues Boxing Day snow warning for Wokingham

    Met Office issues Boxing Day snow warning for Wokingham

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    More snow has been forecast for today, with much of Scotland and the Midlands under a yellow warning for snow. Hawarden in Clywd, northeast Wales, recorded a temperature of 12.5C (54.5F) - a few degrees from the record for the UK's warmest Christmas in 1920, which saw Killerton in Devon record a temperature of 15.6C (60.08F).
  • Stock'S Earning Overview Denbury Resources Inc. (DNR)

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    Therefore 0 are positive. According to these analysts, the Low Revenue Estimate for Denbury Resources Inc .is 270.2 Million and the High Revenue Estimate is 322.4 Million. Ls Advsrs Limited Liability Company has 0.03% invested in The Mosaic Company (NYSE:MOS) for 21,821 shares. Panagora Asset invested 0% in Nordstrom, Inc.
  • Over 70 Yemeni civilians killed by Saudi aggressors in 48 hours

    Over 70 Yemeni civilians killed by Saudi aggressors in 48 hours

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    Jamie McGoldrick said on Thursday that those killed include at least 54 in airstrikes on a market in the western province of Taiz, and 14 people from the same family in an airstrike on a farm in the coastal Hodeida province. The Saudi-led coalition - which also includes UAE, Bahrain, Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan and Kuwait - has been also imposing a blockade on the impoverished country's ports and airports as a part of the aggression.
  • Haircut from hell lands stylist behind bars

    Haircut from hell lands stylist behind bars

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    But when the hairstylist told the customer to stop fidgeting, he purposely nicked the victim's ear, police spokesman Joel DeSpain said. When Shabani determined the customer was moving again, the 22-year-old says he cut his ear on objective.
  • Erica Garner left brain-damaged after cardiac arrest

    Erica Garner left brain-damaged after cardiac arrest

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    In the wake of her father's death, Erica Garner became an activist and offered her perspective to the Black Lives Matter movement. Erica Garner, the daughter of police chokehold victim Eric Garner , is now fighting for her life after suffering a massive heart attack .
  • US Embassy in Ankara says lifts all Turkey visa restrictions

    US Embassy in Ankara says lifts all Turkey visa restrictions

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    The Department of State is confident that " the security posture has improved sufficiently to allow for the full resumption of visa services in Turkey ", it said, adding, however, that "serious concerns" remained. The US decision to stop handing out visas was implemented from October and was followed by a tit-for-tat move by Turkey to stop giving Turkish visas to Americans.
  • Christmas is over. Here's where you can recycle your trees in Springfield

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    Then - once you've removed the ornaments, lights and tinsel - pull the bag up over the tree for easy disposal. There is life after the living room for Christmas trees in the Tupelo area. Trees will not be accepted from commercial haulers or tree vendors without prior approval. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will once again recycle old Christmas trees to give fish a new home.
  • 2017 was a 'nightmare year' for children in conflict, United Nations says

    2017 was a 'nightmare year' for children in conflict, United Nations says

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    In Syria, nearly six million children are in need of humanitarian assistance, with almost half forced to flee their home, and in Iraq heavy fighting between the Islamic State group and Iraqi ground forces backed by US-led coalition aerial bombardment means that five million children lack access to clean water, sanitation, healthcare and secure living conditions.
  • Victoria Police find the bodies of two children in double homicide

    Victoria Police find the bodies of two children in double homicide

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    Hudson said she and other close friends have been providing emotional support for the girls' mother since they learned of the children's deaths. "They were incredible, fun girls", she said. "[Chloe] was doing very well. And it's all over", he said, his voice choked with emotion. Campbell said Cotton went on to work for BC Ferries, where she met Berry, who also worked there and was listed as a business economist.
  • Will an ex-footballer become Liberia's next president?

    Will an ex-footballer become Liberia's next president?

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    Weah, who was named world footballer of the year in 1995, was runner-up to Johnson Sirleaf in the 2005 election and has positioned himself an outsider who will deliver tangible benefits to the country's young population. Former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan, who served as an electoral observer for the US-based National Democratic Institute (NDI), said a successful resolution to the process was of particular importance within the global community.
  • Tim Cook's pay rises to $12.8m

    Tim Cook's pay rises to $12.8m

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    Cook's incentive pay totaled $9.33 million for the year ended September 30, the Cupertino, California-based company said Wednesday in a regulatory filing. Celebrity status? For his safety, Apple's board also implemented a policy requiring Cook to "use private aircraft for all business and personal travel".
  • Met Office issue snow and ice warning for Northern Ireland

    Met Office issue snow and ice warning for Northern Ireland

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    The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has also released a road warning for commuters for today, asking road users to check their local weather forecast and be aware of the conditions. Forecasters say snow is more likely over the north and west, where it will fall to low levels, before turning to rain towards dawn. Temperatures of between three and seven degrees are expected during the day before plummeting to below zero by nightfall.
  • Roy Moore files complaint to block Alabama Senate election results

    Roy Moore files complaint to block Alabama Senate election results

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    Republican candidate for the senatorial election in Alabama Roy Moore has refused to concede defeat and has filed a legal challenge to the loss. Because as Moore and many of his more conspiratorial supporters have alleged since the race, "out-of-state residents had been allowed to vote".
  • Nike Inc (NKE) Shares Sold by Robeco Institutional Asset Management BV

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    Adidas" published on December 18, 2017, Fool.com published: "Why 2017 Was a Year to Forget for Nike, Inc." on December 27, 2017. It has underperformed by 8.11% the S&P500. Kentucky Retirement Ins Tru Fund invested in 35,042 shares or 0.32% of the stock. Oppenheimer initiated the shares of NKE in report on Tuesday, October 25 with "Perform" rating.
  • Trump slams FBI's McCabe over planned retirement

    Trump slams FBI's McCabe over planned retirement

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    Mr Trump was referring to donations from the state Democratic party to Mr McCabe's wife Jill, who ran for the Virginia state senate. The FBI, of course, was charged with looking into (and ultimately cleared) Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state.
  • Weekend weather: Winter storm advisory calls for heavy snow

    Weekend weather: Winter storm advisory calls for heavy snow

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    A slight chance of snow showers. "It is really going to be the coldest period that we've seen for quite awhile", she said. The city advises seeking medical help for anyone whose body temperature falls below 95 degrees Fahrenheit. By Tuesday afternoon, the company had 3,330 service calls in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, considerably higher than an average winter day of 1,500 to 2,000 calls.
  • Supreme Court stops PMDC from accrediting new medical colleges

    Supreme Court stops PMDC from accrediting new medical colleges

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    He ordered all cases related to fee hikes by private medical colleges be transferred to the SC, adding that the apex court would formulate the fee structure itself. The SC had on Tuesday barred all unregistered private medical colleges from offering admissions to students until the court decided the matter. The chief secretary, however, assured the court that the Punjab government had enough funds to ensure that students who could not afford a medical education due to lack of financial ...
  • Maryland has much to worry about in Trump's tax bill

    Maryland has much to worry about in Trump's tax bill

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    Several guests at his table confirmed to CBS News the president's statements made from his " Winter White House " in Florida (as his aids have dubbed it), which has become his constant refuge during his first year in office; a private club whose enrollment is around $ 200,000 per year plus 14,000 in maintenance for each person who wants to see their president enjoy the luxuries that his new tax cuts will allow him to maintain for the rest of his life.
  • Will do our best to win the series in South Africa: Rahane

    Will do our best to win the series in South Africa: Rahane

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    India play three Tests, six one day internationals and three T20 games in South Africa . Shastri and captain Virat Kohli said the side are ready for the challenge, which will be followed by tours of England and Australia and then the World Cup.
  • Peru president eyes Cabinet changes after Fujimori pardon -minister

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    I thank the President of the Republic for giving me the opportunity to serve our country, ' wrote Del Solar, also well-known actor and director who was against Fujimori's pardon even before being minister of Culture. Soberon said the IAHRC, which tried and convicted Fujimori on two charges of human rights violations, does not permit pardons and sentence reductions on their rulings.
  • Michael Flynn's family asks Trump to pardon him

    Michael Flynn's family asks Trump to pardon him

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    Flynn's tweet came in response to one from Trump in which he blasted the FBI for allegedly using a partially unverified dossier as the basis for launching an investigation into his campaign for possible collusion with Russian Federation back in the summer of 2016.
  • Simultaneous Kabul blasts kill at least 40, wound more than 20

    Simultaneous Kabul blasts kill at least 40, wound more than 20

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    A second blast was caused by a sticky bomb the attacker had placed on a wall. Describing the incident to a local TV channel, a man said he heard a "big boom" sound. Officials said that at least two other suicide bombers also used grenades in the attack. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack so far; the Taliban denied any involvement.
  • India chides Pakistan for treatment of officer's family

    India chides Pakistan for treatment of officer's family

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    Later on this year, Pakistan government announced sentence to death over Jadhav for alleged spying. "Their human rights were violated again and again, and an environment of fear was created for them", said Swaraj. Making a stinging attack on Pakistan, she said an emotional meeting of a mother with his son and of a wife with her husband after 22 months has been "used" by Pakistan as a "tool of propaganda".
  • Women activists burn AIMPLB effigy over triple talaq in Agra

    Women activists burn AIMPLB effigy over triple talaq in Agra

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    The triple talaq bill will be tabled in Lok Sabha today amid opposition's protests against criminalisation of instant divorce. Last week, Triple Talaq bill was listed for the introduction, however, Parliamentary affairs ministry said to introduce a bill in this week.
  • One Dead in Moscow Candy Factory Hostage Shootout

    One Dead in Moscow Candy Factory Hostage Shootout

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    Local media reported that the suspect, Ilya Averyanov, the former owner of the factory, took hostages in the factory building. In a phone call to a radio station, Averyanov had claimed he was defending himself against a "gang" he accused of seizing the property in collusion with Moscow prosecutors.
  • S. Korean president calls sex slave deal with Japan flawed

    S. Korean president calls sex slave deal with Japan flawed

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    The negotiations primarily took place between Shotaro Yachi, head of the secretariat of Japan's National Security Council, and an aide to the then South Korean president, according to the report. He said that the disclosure of procedural details of a negotiated deal with a foreign country runs foul of the worldwide diplomatic protocol and thus would compromise the credibility of South Korea's manner of executing diplomacy.
  • Harris leads Pistons to blow out win over Pacers

    Harris leads Pistons to blow out win over Pacers

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    The Pacers will likely start Darren Collison , Victor Oladipo , Bojan Bogdanovic , Thaddeus Young , and Myles Turner . The Pistons tied their highest-scoring quarter of the season while jumping to a 40-19 lead. The injury further depletes Detroit's backcourt, which has been missing Avery Bradley for the past five games due to a groin injury. "He shot it well a year ago but with (Russell) Westbrook, (Oladipo) was playing off the ball virtually all of the time".
  • President Trump again falsely claims he's signed more bills than any president

    President Trump again falsely claims he's signed more bills than any president

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    The president has played golf with a myriad of leaders and famous golfers throughout the year, including Republican Sens. Prior to assuming office, the president handed control of the Trump Foundation to his sons, Eric and Donald Jr., but refused to divest from his business interests, which include the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster and Mar-a-Lago; the president calls the latter his " winter White House ".
  • Israel deports two Turks detained in Jerusalem

    Israel deports two Turks detained in Jerusalem

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    No other country has their embassy for Israel in Jerusalem, though the Czech Republic has said it is considering such a move. Last week , 128 member states of the United Nations voted in favour of a resolution that rejected any changes to the status of Jerusalem, targeting US President Donald Trump's recent declaration of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
  • Queen pays tribute to terrorism victims in Christmas message

    Queen pays tribute to terrorism victims in Christmas message

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    The monarch also spoke about the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire which saw 71 people killed and 74 injured: "Our thoughts and prayers are with all those who died and those who lost so much, and we are indebted to members of the emergency services who risked their own lives this past year saving others".
  • State Dept rejects U.S. envoy proposal to stop calling West Bank occupied

    State Dept rejects U.S. envoy proposal to stop calling West Bank occupied

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    The issue is being discussed, and President Trump will ultimately take the final decision, according to Israeli public broadcasting channel Kan . Towing the same line, US President Donald Trump's envoy for Middle East peace, Jason Greenblatt, has also made similar comments about settlements, declaring that the president does not see them as an obstacle to peace.
  • Roseanne Barr Urges Fans to Boycott Lorde Over Israel Concert Cancellation

    Roseanne Barr Urges Fans to Boycott Lorde Over Israel Concert Cancellation

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    The Royals hitmaker recently unveiled plans to perform in the Israeli city in June (18), but the live date was met with mixed reactions from fans and critics alike, with many supporters of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions ( BDS) movement urging her to reconsider and axe the show as a protest about the ongoing hostilities between Israel and neighbouring Palestine.
  • Clarification: Defense Department-Lawsuit story

    Clarification: Defense Department-Lawsuit story

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    Kelley went on to kill more than two dozen churchgoers in Sutherland Springs, Texas, last month in one of the worst mass shootings in USA history. Three major USA cities filed a civil lawsuit against the Department of Defense on Tuesday, arguing that the department failed to "fully comply with its legal obligations to report information to the national criminal background check system for gun sales", according to the San Francisco attorney general.
  • Clovis Oncology, Inc. (CLVS) Stake Decreased by Royce & Associates LP

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    The stock increased 0.35% or $0.05 during the last trading session, reaching $14.2. Another trade for 3,000 shares valued at $210,150 was made by IVERS-READ GILLIAN C on Tuesday, August 15. Citigroup accumulated 358,159 shares. Hbk Ltd Partnership owns 26,664 shares for 0.02% of their portfolio. Northern holds 0.01% or 572,755 shares in its portfolio.