• North Korea weapons programme: 20 countries to consider tougher sanctions against Pyongyang

    North Korea weapons programme: 20 countries to consider tougher sanctions against Pyongyang

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    North Korea has refused to halt development of new nuclear missiles, and has fired missiles over Japan, despite increasingly severe United Nations sanctions. Security Council resolutions. "The most important relevant parties of the Korean eninsula issue haven't taken part in the meeting so I don't think the meeting is legal or representative", Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a regular briefing.
  • Lane Kiffin hires 24-year-old offensive coordinator

    Lane Kiffin hires 24-year-old offensive coordinator

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    Kenal Briles was FAU's offensive coordinator, but is now at Houston. His two years with the Tide overlapped Kiffin's time as offensive coordinator. According to Bruce Feldman, Charlie Weis Jr. Now that the Falcons' season is over, Weis is returning to the staff in a larger role. Weis served on Alabama's staff as an offensive analyst starting in 2015, and spent this season as an offensive assistant with the Atlanta Falcons .
  • Palestinian Teen to Be Held Until Trial for Slapping Troops

    Palestinian Teen to Be Held Until Trial for Slapping Troops

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    Palestinian teen Ahed Tamimi enters a military courtroom escorted by Israeli security personnel at Ofer Prison, near Ramallah, Jan. 15, 2018. She has been charged with 12 counts including assault, and throwing stones. However, the clip outraged many Israelis, with Education Minister Naftali Bennett telling Israeli army radio that Ahed and two other women involved in the incident "should finish their lives in prison".
  • Pakistan welcomes talks between two Koreas

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    North Korea wanted the musical group to cross the DMZ at the truce village of Panmunjom, near where the talks were being held, and South Korea had guaranteed safe passage. The KCNA criticized South Korean President Moon Jae-in for crediting President Donald Trump for getting the North to sit down with the South. Trump has contended his tough stance helped persuade the North to hold talks.
  • Trump Kicks CNN's Jim Acosta Out Of Conference

    Trump Kicks CNN's Jim Acosta Out Of Conference

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    Trump hasn't said anything about what happened yet. "As I tried to ask whether he wanted more people to come in just from white or caucasian countries, he said, 'out, '" Acosta said. Meanwhile, CNN has been mocked for a variety of anti-Trump segments, such as focusing on the president's soda intake amid unfolding breaking news related to a terror attack in New York City.
  • UAE says Qatari fighter jets 'intercept' passenger airplane

    UAE says Qatari fighter jets 'intercept' passenger airplane

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    It said the second plane was intercepted "during its descent towards Bahrain International Airport", adding that it was also on a routine pre-scheduled flight. Both planes landed safely in Manama and were able to complete their return flights without incident. While at the airport, the "information changed", Sheik Khalid said, and the family was told the United Kingdom had denied their entry, which the brother claimed "wasn't true".
  • 15-year-old Dalit Girl's Raped, Brutalised Body Found in Haryana's Jind

    15-year-old Dalit Girl's Raped, Brutalised Body Found in Haryana's Jind

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    Listing down the initiatives taken by the government to ensure women safety, Khattar said, "We started "Dial 100 Project", will also begin "1090 Project" so women in danger can immediately contact police". A 19-year-old Class 12 boy who knew her and was the last to be seen with her was found dead, naked and mutilated, yesterday. Alleging that lawlessness prevails in the state and there was a complete breakdown of the law and order machinery, the Congress urged the Governor to recommend to ...
  • Britain gets a 'minister for loneliness'

    Britain gets a 'minister for loneliness'

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    The ministerial appointment follows a recommendation from a committee in memory of Jo Cox, a lawmaker for the opposition Labour party who was murdered by a far-right extremist. "We should all do everything we can to see that, in Jo's memory, we bring an end to the acceptance of loneliness for good". Cox was an advocate for those affected by isolation and loneliness during her time serving the British Parliament.
  • Democrats win senate seat in same district that supported Trump last year

    Democrats win senate seat in same district that supported Trump last year

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    Democrats saw Tuesday's victory as a sign they were taking hold of the energy that benefited their party in special elections previous year in Alabama , Virginia and Oklahoma. Scott Walker, R-Wis., and picked up two Senate seats in recall elections. Democrats still have a long way to go in Wisconsin. For over two decades, the DLCC has been working with state legislative leaders to invest strategically in state programs, which has led to Democrats flipping 34 contested seats since Trump's ...
  • Airbnb Lets You Pay Less Up Front

    Airbnb Lets You Pay Less Up Front

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    Accommodation giant Airbnb has introduced a new " Pay Less Up Front " feature that allows people to stagger their payments on larger bookings. However, in order for the service to be used, the total cost of the trip should be at least 250 Dollars, and the reservation itself must be made at least 14 days before the date of stay.
  • President Donald Trump is in excellent health said White House physician, Watch

    President Donald Trump is in excellent health said White House physician, Watch

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    Trump only gets 4-5 hours of sleep per night. Jackson says, "The president's overall health is excellent". You can view the written summary from Dr. "[He has] no cognitive and mental issues whatsoever, he's very sharp". White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Jackson will attend her briefing Tuesday to provide a more complete readout on Trump's physical health.
  • Republican senator slams Trump for Stalin-like attacks on media

    Republican senator slams Trump for Stalin-like attacks on media

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    A maverick senator from Donald Trump's own Republican party launched a stinging attack on the president on Wednesday, accusing him of employing Stalinist language to attack and undermine the free press. For they are shameful, repulsive statements. In addition to his attacks against specific news organization and journalists, Trump has labeled the media the "enemy of the people".
  • Trump's doctor says president 'healthy,' has no cognitive issues

    Trump's doctor says president 'healthy,' has no cognitive issues

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    Bannon - the first top Trump adviser known to be summoned by special counsel investigators for a grand jury interview - could provide valuable testimony about what he witnessed in the final months of Trump's presidential campaign and inside the White House, where he served as chief strategist until August.
  • Majority of National Parks Panel Quits in Protest of Ryan Zinke

    Majority of National Parks Panel Quits in Protest of Ryan Zinke

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    Most of the seats on the National Park System Advisory Board are now empty after nine of its 12 members abruptly resigned Monday. The National Park System Advisory Board, whose creation was authorized by the U.S. "The President still hasn't nominated a director for the National Park Service and Secretary Zinke has proposed tripling entrance fees at our most popular national parks", she said in a statement .
  • GOP senator says reports of Trump's 's***hole' remarks 'gross misrepresentation'

    GOP senator says reports of Trump's 's***hole' remarks 'gross misrepresentation'

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    He reportedly told U.S. Sen. Are you saying the president did not use the word that has been so widely reported? Cotton said Sunday on CBS' "Face the Nation" that he "didn't hear" the vulgar word. Thrown into the center of the controversy was Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah), who was placed in a unique position both as a Republican politician and the first Haitian-American representative in the United States Congress.
  • Trump defends self after comments: 'I'm not a racist'

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    What was repugnant about Trump's remark was not his use of a vulgarity in a White House meeting. One woman he interviewed said she might consider trying the American dream: "If they get a new president". In comments to reporters later, Trump attempted to shift blame for the failure to reach a deal onto Democrats, whom he accused of failing to negotiate in good faith.
  • GOP Rep. Mia Love: Trump's

    GOP Rep. Mia Love: Trump's "s**thole" comments were racist

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    The President's comments come after he held on-camera bipartisan talks at the White House last week in which he appeared open to making a deal with both Republicans and Democrats . The poll sampled almost 2,200 adults from January 10-12. Trump has denied being racist , labeling himself the "least racist person there is" during his 2016 campaign.
  • Ex-Trump official subpoenaed in Russian Federation probe

    Ex-Trump official subpoenaed in Russian Federation probe

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    The former White House adviser is making an appearance before the House Intelligence Committee as part of its investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Mike Conaway , R-Texas, the Republican overseeing the committee's Russia's investigation since Nunes recused himself, told reporters "We weren't getting all the answers that we wanted and so we subpoenaed Mr.
  • Defence Minister takes historic sortie onboard fighter jet Sukhoi 30 MKI

    Defence Minister takes historic sortie onboard fighter jet Sukhoi 30 MKI

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    Wearing the G suit, Raksha Mantri sat in the rear seat behind the pilot during the 30 minute sortie. The fighter jet was situated on board the INS Vikramaditya . The Sukhoi-30 MKI has nuclear strike capability and can penetrate deep in enemy territory. The minister has been visiting various establishments of the armed forces to gauge their operational capabilities and preparedness.
  • South Africa to formally protest Trump's 'shithole countries' remarks

    South Africa to formally protest Trump's 'shithole countries' remarks

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    The ambassadors are demanding an apology and retraction of the remarks from Trump. IMAGE: A man holds a sign that reads, 'President trump is a Bigot!' as he joins with others to mark the 8th anniversary of the massive quake in Haiti and to condemn President Donald Trump's reported statement about immigrants from Haiti , Africa and El Salvador.
  • South Africa summons USA diplomat to explain Trump comment

    South Africa summons USA diplomat to explain Trump comment

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    Republican Senator Jeff Flake said on Sunday he was told about the remarks by colleagues who attended the meeting, before the news reports emerged. The African Group of UN ambassadors is "extremely appalled at, and strongly condemns the outrageous, racist and xenophobic remarks by the president of the United States of America as widely reported by the media", a statement said.
  • LHC orders PAT-led protest on Mall Road to end at midnight

    LHC orders PAT-led protest on Mall Road to end at midnight

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    Shahid Khaqan Abbasi of Sharif's ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party was sworn in as prime minister until new elections are held. Famed cricketer turned politician Imran Khan said Saturday that meeting US President Donald Trump would be a "bitter pill" to swallow should he become Pakistan's prime minister in elections later this year, but added "I would meet him".
  • Steve Bannon to TESTIFY in Trump-Russia investigation after 'calling meeting TREASONOUS'

    Steve Bannon to TESTIFY in Trump-Russia investigation after 'calling meeting TREASONOUS'

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    Later Tuesday, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to ABC News that Bannon had been subpoenaed to appear before Special Counsel Robert Mueller's grand jury. California Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, told CNN last week he wanted to hear from Bannon about "the basis of his concern over money laundering, and why this meeting at Trump Tower represented his treason and certainly unpatriotic at a minimum".
  • Momentum founder Jon Lansman elected to Labour's ruling body

    Momentum founder Jon Lansman elected to Labour's ruling body

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    She said: "We have always been a broad church and the bitterness that we have seen over the last couple of years and some of the rows we have had, we need to put that behind us". Labour has said it wants the "closest possible ties" with European Union markets after Brexit. "Do we have a trading relationship with Europe which is tariff free, which is based on access to that market, and access of Europe to our market? Yes".
  • Government shutdown looms as 'Dreamer' deal stalls

    Government shutdown looms as 'Dreamer' deal stalls

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    Another Democratic Senator from a Trump-friendly state, Joe Donnelly, of IN, said he is "still looking at the process" for the continuing resolution that will need to pass both chamber this week. Ask the President". Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.), his onetime foe turned ally, was on board, which Durbin affirmed. "I'm just exhausted of voting for CRs", said Sen.
  • The key to a DACA deal

    The key to a DACA deal

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    They are all talk and no action. " Trump killed DACA and this latest back and forth on doesn't change that". On Sunday evening, Mr. Trump said he was ready to strike a deal on DACA but Democrats won't do it. Still, the words have further poisoned the debate. Trump said Democrats aren't for securing the border or stopping the flow of drugs, but are for taking money away from the military.
  • Quant Ratios & Signal Review For The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NasdaqGS:GT)

    Quant Ratios & Signal Review For The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NasdaqGS:GT)

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    As per Sunday, July 23, the company rating was maintained by KeyBanc Capital Markets. The stock increased 0.95% or $0.32 during the last trading session, reaching $33.91. 3,616 were accumulated by Freestone Cap Holdg Ltd Com. 14,022 are held by Keybank Association Oh. (NYSE:DPS) by 93,624 shares to 190,200 shares, valued at $16.83 million in 2017Q3, according to the filing.
  • Bayeux Tapestry to leave France for first time in 950 years

    Bayeux Tapestry to leave France for first time in 950 years

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    The Times cartoonist Peter Brookes linked the report on the Bayeux Tapestry with the Brexit issue in his offering in Wednesday's edition, which was drawn in the style of the tapestry. Napoleon put the Bayeux Tapestry on display in Paris in 1804 and it was briefly exhibited at the city's Louvre in 1944. The origins of the tapestry are shrouded in mystery: the first written record of it dates to 1476, when it is mentioned in the Bayeux cathedral's inventory of treasures.
  • Trump in 'Excellent' Physical, Cognitive Health, Doctor Says

    Trump in 'Excellent' Physical, Cognitive Health, Doctor Says

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    The White House physician said in a press briefing on Tuesday that he had no intention of conducting a cognitive exam , and was not concerned over the president's mental capabilities whatsoever. Trump will be making some changes to his diet and exercise in an effort to lose weight. He said that Trump scored a flawless 30 out of 30 on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment , which is created to detect Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment (but is not equivalent to a ...
  • Australia takes Canada to WTO over 'arbitrary' wine import restrictions

    Australia takes Canada to WTO over 'arbitrary' wine import restrictions

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    It targets product mark-ups, market access and listing policies used in British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia. Like the US, Australia has protested against rules in the province of British Columbia, where local wines can be sold in grocery shops but imported wine must be sold in a "store within a store" with a separate cash register.
  • Cory Booker and Kamala Harris Grill Kirstjen Nielsen Over Trump's Racial Remarks

    Cory Booker and Kamala Harris Grill Kirstjen Nielsen Over Trump's Racial Remarks

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    Then, Durbin pressed Nielsen to clarify recent comments that Trump had used "strong language" in the meeting. "You don't remember, you can't remember the words of your commander in chief, I find that unacceptable". "What do you remember the president saying about immigration from Africa to the USA?" "I have been very patient with this line of questioning" she said.
  • Trump pushes for merit-based immigration system

    Trump pushes for merit-based immigration system

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    Durbin, along with a handful of other lawmakers, went to the White House for a meeting last week to discuss a potential immigration deal when Mr. Trump allegedly made the "sh*thole" comment. Lindsey Graham were mistaken in indicating that was the case. Graham also lamented that "the discourse right now is pretty low". "No, I am not a racist", he said .
  • Suddenly, Trump is the 'Least Racist Person' Ever

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    The group of over 50 nations in a statement said: "the AU expressed its disappointment and outrage over the unfortunate comment made by Mr Donald Trump , President of the United States of America". Trump was said to have told them that instead of granting temporary residency to citizens of countries hit by natural disasters, war or epidemics, the U.S should instead be taking in migrants from countries like Norway.
  • Investigations ongoing following fatal crash near Dubbo

    Investigations ongoing following fatal crash near Dubbo

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    They were all taken to Dubbo Base Hospital for treatment. A B-Double truck is believed to have slammed into a queue of cars stopped at roadworks. An infant was among the eight people already taken to hospital in a stable condition. 'We are treating multiple patients, some are still trapped by compression at this stage'. "This has had a profound impact on everybody at scene yesterday, but we will be doing everything possible to look at the causes and take appropriate action", she said.
  • Chelsea boss Conte defends substituting Cesc, Hazard in Leicester stalemate

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    He has deserved the opportunity and taken his chance. Conte hinted Chelsea's energy levels are affecting results because he doesn't have the quality players in reserve to keep his team fresh and performing at a high level. Most of us expect the Italian coach to walk away from Stamford Bridge this summer, however if his team do not get back to winning ways against Norwich in the FA Cup on Wednesday speculation about his future will only intensify.
  • Honor 9 Lite launched in India: Price, specifications and more

    Honor 9 Lite launched in India: Price, specifications and more

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    In terms of storage, the Honor 9 Lite comes with two storage options - 32GB and 64GB - both of which are expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB) in a hybrid dual-SIM configuration. The choice is personal but given that the phones have cameras with similar sensor and aperture size, the looks of the Honor 9 Lite can easy kill the 7x, also if you wanted to have a dual camera even on the front, it is present on the 9 Lite.
  • SC crisis not resolved yet: Attorney general

    SC crisis not resolved yet: Attorney general

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    The Supreme court Judges J Chelameswar , Ranjan Gogoi , M B Lokur and Kurian Joseph created enough heat last Friday to sustain this winter. Reportedly, the judges had met over tea on Monday morning, following the decades-old custom of meeting before the proceedings of the court commence for the day.
  • Over 5000 Children Killed, Injured in Saudi War on Yemen

    Over 5000 Children Killed, Injured in Saudi War on Yemen

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    A leaked United Nations report has claimed that Iranian-made ballistic missiles have been supplied the Houthi rebels in Yemen , potentially giving the White House further cause to clamp down on Iran and end the 2015 nuclear deal signed between the US and European powers.