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  • N/Korea dares US, fires second missile in one week

    N/Korea dares US, fires second missile in one week

    The US is in the process of analyzing the additional information. North Korea has attempted at least 11 missile launches on eight occasions since Trump took office in January. However, it still remains unclear whether the missile can carry a heavy nuclear warhead. Pyongyang has long had missiles that can reach targets across the South and Japan.

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  • China's Xi threatened war if Philippines drills for oil, Duterte says

    According to Reuters , Duterte shared in the speech some of the details of his discussion with Xi on the South China Sea issue earlier this week. " China can say, 'Look we have already reached agreements, are behaving ourselves, so no need for you Americans or others to come in and get in our business, '" Huang said in a telephone interview.

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  • Obama-era drilling regulation preserved

    Obama-era drilling regulation preserved

    We applaud the majority of senators who listened to their constituents and voted in their best interests. Republican Senators John McCain of Arizona, Lindsey Graham of SC and Susan Collins of ME who have expressed concern about climate change and backed legislation to tackle the issue, broke with their party to join the Democrats and defeat the resolution .

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  • Prince George & Princess Charlotte Were So Cute at Pippa Middleton's Wedding!

    Prince George & Princess Charlotte Were So Cute at Pippa Middleton's Wedding!

    The royal siblings were spotted earlier arriving to the church in a vintage auto. Father and daughter had a quiet moment together before entering the church, and church bells rang out as the couple emerged after saying their vows. Pictures of her standing behind the royal bride in a white Alexander McQueen maid of honour's dress filled newspapers for weeks afterwards. Since then, she has been a regular fixture on the London social circuit, and is a regular in the royal box at the Wimbledon ...

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  • Report on Trump revealing classified info to Russians alarms

    Report on Trump revealing classified info to Russians alarms

    During his meeting with the Russians, McMaster says Trump raised serious issues about Russia's behavior in Ukraine and Syria and then moved on to common goals like fighting terrorism. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, who also participated in the meeting, downplayed the report as well. The turmoil has overshadowed Republican legislative priorities such as healthcare and tax reform and laid bare sharp divisions between the White House and US intelligence agencies, which concluded in ...

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  • Louisville baseball to host ACC Tournament as top seed

    Louisville baseball to host ACC Tournament as top seed

    In a contest that was delayed by about two hours, FSU was able to crack the scoreboard in the fifth before adding two runs in the seventh and five in the ninth. FSU had a sporadic offensive production from its lineup, with Taylor Walls the only Seminole to record a multi-hit game. Jackson Lueck and Drew Mendoza each drove in one run and scored twice in the win.

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  • Todo listo para traspaso de poderes en Francia

    Todo listo para traspaso de poderes en Francia

    Con más de 10 millones de votos, el FN superó el récord histórico del partido. En la misma elección hace 15 años, su padre consiguió apenas 700 mil votos frente al conservador Jacques Chirac. La relación de la administración de Cambiemos con Francia es más que fluida. Entretanto, la oficina de la primera ministra británica, Theresa May, felicitó calurosamente a Macron por su victoria.

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  • Talks On South China Sea COC In Positive Direction: Anifah

    President Rodrigo Duterte disclosed that his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping warned of war if the Philippines forces the issue of drilling for oil in the contested part of the South China Sea. Along with the Philippines, ASEAN members Malaysia, Vietnam and Brunei also maintain claims in the South China Sea that overlap with those of China and Taiwan.

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  • Presidente Temer dice

    Presidente Temer dice "Seguiré al frente del gobierno" brasileño

    Joesley fue el 'garganta profunda' que grabó secretamente una conversación comprometedora con Temer , que podría costarle la presidencia, en tanto que otros directivos del grupo lanzaron señalamientos con potencial tanto o más destructivo que los que hicieron 77 ex ejecutivos de la constructora Odebrecht, implicada en el escándalo Petrobras .

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  • $110.5 Million Basquiat Painting Becomes 6th Most Expensive Work Sold at Auction

    Sotheby's said 65% of works in Thursday's sale made their auction debut and almost 75% for the first time in 20 years. The company had valued the painting at more than $60 million. It's a spectacular increase from the last time the painting, " Untitled ", was sold - it fetched a mere $19,000 in 1984. When he bought another Basquiat past year for $ 57 million , he said, "When I encountered the work at the Christie's NY preview, I had an immediate visceral connection it.

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  • Pakistan govt under fire for its handling of Jadhav's case

    The court unanimously declared that Pakistan must take all measures at its disposal to ensure that Jadhav is not executed, pending a final judgment of the court. He said Jadhav's case will be handled according to Pakistani law. Mr Jadhav, 46, was sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court on charges of "spying" and "terrorism".

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  • Oil prices up 2% after deal to extend supply cut

    Yesterday, Reuters reported that Saudi energy minister Khalid al-Falih and his Russian counterpart Alexander Novak said they would do whatever it takes to reduce the inventory overhang. But this agreement pushes the lower production through March of 2018 in a sign that stubborn crude oversupply will continue to weigh on oil prices. The deal prescribes the possibility of extension.

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  • OPEC and oil prices: Looking ahead to the May meeting

    The two ministers said they had made a decision to recommend to their OPEC and non-OPEC peers that the 1.8 million barrels per day of combined production cuts in force since January this year be rolled over to March 2018. "People were impatient and thought we'd start drawing 10 million barrels a day since the first week of January", she said. United States of America oil production has risen by 10% over the past year.

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  • Reports of gunfire at rap concert but no shots fired

    Reports of gunfire at rap concert but no shots fired

    Concertgoers at Barclays Center were rattled when they thought they heard gunshots at the end of Future's show on Friday night. But the NYPD says it was actually a noise from the stage, plus a song that included gunshots in it, that prompted the panic.

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  • Snapchat announced its First Earnings Report, falling short of Expectations

    Snapchat announced its First Earnings Report, falling short of Expectations

    They set a neutral rating for the company. Eight investment analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, seventeen have assigned a hold rating and seventeen have given a buy rating to the company's stock. BTIG analysts Richard Greenfield told Reuters that some investors were hoping the Snap would surprise them with a great financial performance. The new features enable users to loop videos for repeated play or to re-view an incoming Snap for as long as they like without the normal ...

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  • INS Sharda foils anti-piracy operation in Gulf of Aden

    INS Sharda foils anti-piracy operation in Gulf of Aden

    The INS Sharda , which was about 30 nautical miles east of this position, rushed to the rescue. On 9 April, Indian Naval Ships Mumbai, Tarkash, Trishul and Aditya, which were passing through the Gulf of Aden on their way to deployment to the Mediterranean Sea, had saved another merchant ship MV OS 35 from pirates.

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  • Indian navy foils piracy attempt on Liberian vessel in Gulf of Aden

    Indian navy foils piracy attempt on Liberian vessel in Gulf of Aden

    India's offshore patrol craft INS Sharda received a distress call from the Liberian ship on Tuesday evening in position 230 nautical miles South-West of Salalah in the Gulf of Aden. You can see the chopper circling around the dhows and skiffs as MARCOS men board and search the vessels:They recovered one high calibre AKM assault rifle along with a fully loaded magazine hidden on board a dhow.

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  • Trumps signs $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia

    Trumps signs $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia

    Trump lauded the deals as "tremendous investments in the United States". "Hundreds of billions of dollars of investments into the United States and jobs, jobs, jobs", Trump said. In addition, eight letters of acceptance and a joint vision statement were released, said White House Principle Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

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  • Saudi Arabia retaliates for rocket attack by Houthis

    It said the missile was aimed at Riyadh but gave no further detail. According to official Saudi news agency, the missile targeted an unpopulated area in south of capital Riyadh causing no casualties. The U.S. and Saudi Arabia see Iran as a common enemy. On Friday, the Saudi-owned network, Al-Arabiya TV, reported that the coalition had been "massively" bombing a missile base just outside of the Houthi-controlled Yemeni capital of Sanaa.

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  • Are Analysts Bearish Centrica PLC (LON:CNA) After Last Week?

    The Company's divisions include Life business, Unit Trust business, Distribution business and Other. It has a 18.67 P/E ratio. This rating was disclosed to clients in a research note on Wednesday morning. for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -3.85% negative EPS growth. The Firm is focused on managing, developing, redeveloping and acquiring retail real estate in urban communities, in the NY metropolitan region.

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  • OPEC panel looking at deepening, extending oil cuts

    OPEC panel looking at deepening, extending oil cuts

    Facing the threat of increasing oil production and the resurgent US shale industry that have weighed on prices, OPEC and its allies declare "war" against USA shale, leaning toward an agreement on extending the deal to further limit output.

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  • Financial Review of: Companhia Brasileira de Distribuicao (CBD)

    Four research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and two have given a buy rating to the company's stock. Companhia Brasileira de Distribuicao, directly or through its subsidiaries, is engaged in the retail of food, clothing, home appliances, electronics and other items through its chain of hypermarkets, supermarkets, specialized stores and department stores principally under the trade names Pao de Acucar, Minuto Pao de Acucar, Extra Hiper, Extra Super, Minimercado Extra, Assai ...

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  • Japón recibió a Macri con promesas de inversión

    Japón recibió a Macri con promesas de inversión

    Un lugar al que sólo acceden unos pocos elegidos, lo que fue destacado como un gesto más en el acercamiento entre la Argentina y Japón . "El jefe de Estado destacó la sorpresa del emperador japonés cuando le hizo referencia al "30 por ciento de pobreza" que hay en Argentina y apuntó que el representante del trono del Crisantemo le preguntó: " '¿Cómo puede ser?' ".

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  • Ecuador 'cumplió con su deber' al dar asilo a Assange

    Esta denunciante, de unos 30 años de edad en el momento de los hechos, esperó en vano durante siete años que el australiano de 45 años, fundador la red especializada en filtraciones Wikileaks , fuera encausado. Assange fue detenido en Londres en diciembre de 2010 a petición de Suecia que exigió su extradición para juzgarlo por presuntos delitos sexuales.

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