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  • N. Korea Ready to Conduct Nuke Test Any Time

    Alaska military officials have been keeping a watchful eye on missile tests by North Korea. Speaking on the telephone, the official also declined to comment on whether there were fresh signs pointing to an imminent test. However, it said it was unclear exactly when such a test might take place. Analysts have remained skeptical of Pyongyang's ability to fit nuclear weapons on to existing projectiles, however, the country has reportedly begun developing intercontinental ballistic missiles ...

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  • OEA discutirá situación de Venezuela la próxima semana

    En la misiva, que está firmada por Argentina , Brasil , Canadá , Chile , Colombia , Costa Rica , Estados Unidos , Guatemala , Honduras , México , Panamá , Paraguay y Perú , además de nuestro país, se manifiesta el "compromiso con la promoción y defensa de la democracia y los derechos humanos en el marco de Carta de la Organización de los Estados Americanos ( OEA ) y la Carta Democrática Interamericana ".

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  • Not more missing children just more publicity, DC officials say

    Not more missing children just more publicity, DC officials say

    Instead, they say that the increased social media sharing in an effort to find the children and close those cases has caused an increase in concern about what may or may not be going on in the area. MPD claims the city's recent string of missing children cases were not tied to human trafficking. In his letter , Richmond said he hopes to meet with Sessions about the issue, but no meeting is now scheduled.

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  • Trump Still Insisting on Vote for Doomed Health Care Bill

    Unable to cast himself as what he is - the biggest loser in this battle - he declared Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to be the real losers because "now they own Obamacare". GOP lawmakers expressed doubt - and reluctance - to quickly take up health care again. "Be careful what you wish for". Now Republicans control the House, Senate and White House.

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  • Student thinks sports venue exemption to gun law is unnecessary

    Student thinks sports venue exemption to gun law is unnecessary

    The measure signed into law by Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday allows people to carry in the locations if they complete eight hours of active-shooter training. The legislation originally was meant to only allow faculty and staff to carry concealed handguns at college campuses, but the bill expanded as it hit roadblocks in the Legislature.

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  • Mandatory to link mobile number to Aadhaar within a year

    Mandatory to link mobile number to Aadhaar within a year

    For Aadhaar based Verification, the telecom operator will have to send an SMS to a subscriber with a verification code after establishing that the SIM card is physically available with the person. According to telecom industry estimates, the entire verification process could cost at least Rs 1,000 crore. "The licensee shall follow the above instructions strictly and should complete the re-verification exercise of existing subscribers before 06.02.2018", notes the DoT directive.

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  • South China Sea installations 'primarily' civilian: Li Keqiang

    Last year, Australia allowed a Chinese company, Landbridge, to secure a 99-year lease over the Port of Darwin, which has strategic access to the South China Sea. "We believe that to resolve trade imbalance, we need to continue to expand trade", Li said through an interpreter. The Chinese premier reaffirmed that his country stands ready to work with other parties, including Australia, to uphold trade liberalization and promote fairer, more transparent and sustainable global trade.

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  • New Zealand: US diplomat expelled amid police inquiry

    New Zealand: US diplomat expelled amid police inquiry

    New Zealand police said they were called in the early hours of last Sunday in the community of Lower Hutt, just outside Wellington , where the United States embassy is based. We are communicating with New Zealand authorities". The ministry then asked the United States to withdraw him from New Zealand. But the ministry said the US declined that request on Friday.

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  • Metropolitan police remember officer slain in London terror attack

    Metropolitan police remember officer slain in London terror attack

    Multiple ambulance crews were en route to the scene as armed police entered Parliament, some of them carrying shields, Reuters reported . Kurt W Cochran and his wife, Melissa, were on the last day of a special trip celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary when the deadly attack played out in the heart of London .

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  • La policía identifica al agresor como Adrian Russell Ajao — Ataque en Londres

    La policía identifica al agresor como Adrian Russell Ajao — Ataque en Londres

    El Parlamento volvió al trabajo con un minuto de silencio, tras el cual la primera ministra británica, Theresa May , dijo en un tono desafiante que "no tenemos miedo" y aseguró que "nunca vacilaremos frente al terrorismo". La policía arrestó a ocho personas en seis lugares de Londres y Birmingham en la investigación sobre el atentado, que, según May, se inspiró en una ideología islamista retorcida.

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  • The Senate is not required to vote on a Supreme Court nominee

    The Senate is not required to vote on a Supreme Court nominee

    Gorsuch is qualified, and you are a wimp . Another Democratic senator under pressure from both sides on Gorsuch is Michael Bennet, who represents Gorsuch's home state of Colorado. investigation, such as Elizabeth Warren of MA and Richard Blumenthal of CT (both likely "no" votes). Trump's capacious conception of the power of his office, evidenced in his administration's claim that the president's decisions in the realm of national security are " unreviewable " by courts, will come before ...

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  • Jonathan Stewart extends Panthers deal through 2018

    Jonathan Stewart extends Panthers deal through 2018

    Stewart, who turned 30-years-old earlier this week, has played all nine seasons in the National Football League with the Panthers. The 30-year old is coming off a season in which he rushed for 824 yards in 13 games, all starts, and scored nine touchdowns.

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  • Denuncia PAN compra de votos en Edomex

    Denuncia PAN compra de votos en Edomex

    Anaya Cortés señaló que durante estos actos entregan "todo tipo de cosas, materiales para la construcción, paquetes de herramientas, paquetes de pollo, paquetes con fertilizantes". "No vamos a permitir que la dignidad de los ciudadanos mexiquenses se vea transgredida por el uso de programas que tienen que ser permanentes y que no sólo tienen que llegar en época electoral", refirió la diputada.

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  • Israeli 'apartheid' dominates Palestinians, new United Nations report says

    Israeli 'apartheid' dominates Palestinians, new United Nations report says

    Its authors conclude that "Israel has established an apartheid regime that systematically institutionalizes racial oppression and domination of the Palestinian people as a whole". It was authored by Richard Falk, a former United Nations human rights investigator for the Palestinian territories, and Virginia Tilley, professor of political science at Southern Illinois University.

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  • Competition Commission reduces fine on Coal India to Rs 591 crore

    Competition Commission reduces fine on Coal India to Rs 591 crore

    Apart from issuing a cease and desist order against CIL and its subsidiaries, CCI, in its order, has directed modification of FSAs. The commission, in its order, has also directed Coal India to ensure uniformity between old and new power producers as well as between private and public sector power producers.

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  • Updated March Madness 2017 Bracket: Kentucky advances to Elite Eight

    Updated March Madness 2017 Bracket: Kentucky advances to Elite Eight

    SC cruised to a 70-50 victory in which they held the Bears to just 30.4 percent shooting. "They play very disciplined on the defensive end". Not to mention the return of former University of Memphis coach John Calipari, perhaps the best player in the tournament in UCLA point guard Lonzo Ball - plus the most outspoken player's father in LaVar Ball - and the player most likely to go for 40-plus points in UK's Malik Monk .

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  • 'Worst is yet to come' with 400000 trapped in west Mosul

    'Worst is yet to come' with 400000 trapped in west Mosul

    The exact cause of the collapses was not clear, but a local lawmaker and two local residents said air strikes by the USA -led coalition targeting ISIL militants may have detonated a truck filled with explosives, destroying buildings in a heavily populated area.

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  • Cairo blast kills doorman, injures three others

    Cairo blast kills doorman, injures three others

    The ministry in a statement said the man who was killed, was the ministry's guard. The doorman was reportedly killed instantly, while his wife and two sons were injured by flying shrapnel. No group has claimed responsibility for the explosion, and it is unlikely that a claim will be made since the bombing resulted in the death of civilians.

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  • El 'Nunca Más' es indiscutible, marca 8.500 desaparecidos

    El 'Nunca Más' es indiscutible, marca 8.500 desaparecidos

    Sobre la polémica surgida el año pasado en torno a la cifra de 30 mil desaparecidos, Avruj indicó que "tenemos que saber cuáles son los datos reales", ya que "30 mil fue una construcción, una búsqueda de verdad y justicia, que ayudó a la salida a la democracia".

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  • Colts release veteran DT Arthur Jones

    Colts release veteran DT Arthur Jones

    Indianapolis saves about $5.15 in cap space by releasing Jones, according to ESPN. Jones was scheduled for a $7.35 million cap hit in 2017. The Colts never received much of a return on their investment. He made 53 tackles and 1.5 sacks during his time with the Colts. Jones has been in the National Football League for six years and enjoyed his best seasons early on as a member of the Baltimore Ravens, helping the team win a Super Bowl in 2013.

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  • Teenage Singaporean blogger Amos Yee granted asylum in US

    Teenage Singaporean blogger Amos Yee granted asylum in US

    Mr Yee's lawyer, Sandra Grossman, said he could be released as early as Monday. "There was never any doubt that Amos Yee is the quintessential political dissident, escaping from the sort of a pressure cooker environment that city-state Singapore excels in devising for dissidents who challenge its prerogatives", Robertson told AFP.

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  • La provincia llamó a estatales a una nueva reunión paritaria

    La provincia llamó a estatales a una nueva reunión paritaria

    El ministro de Gobierno de la provincia de Santa Fe, Pablo Farías, aseguró este jueves que la propuesta salarial a los docentes "tendrá las mismas características que la oferta salarial a los trabajadores estatales". Tras la proposición del gobierno, los delegados de ATE y UPCN levaran a cabo una asamblea para decidir si el aumento, que superó en cuatro puntos al ofrecimiento anterior, es aceptado o no.

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  • Filibustering Gorsuch is a bad idea

    Filibustering Gorsuch is a bad idea

    Don Stewart, a spokesman for Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said it would be an "unprecedented, even nuclear step" to require a 60-vote threshold before the Senate can vote on the nominee. Trump, Gorsuch was subjected to interrogatory vehemence. "As somebody who's involved in politics and government, dark money creates a lot of dark power", the senator said.

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  • Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood 'used WhatsApp' minutes before attack

    Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood 'used WhatsApp' minutes before attack

    Police have released few details about Masood and what might have led him to carry out Wednesday's attack, the deadliest in Britain since four young British Islamists killed 52 people in the 2005 London suicide bombings. Four people were killed and 50 injured after Masood drove his auto into people on Westminster Bridge and stabbed an officer guarding Parliament. Seven of the injured remained in critical condition, according to London police authorities.

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  • Supreme Court Berates Centre For Premature Closure of Demonetisation Window

    Supreme Court Berates Centre For Premature Closure of Demonetisation Window

    Asking the government on a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) to explain why such a window was not given to those who could not adhere to the December 30 deadline as allowed to the NRIs and people who were overseas, the Bench asked whether it intends to give a chance to that category of people with genuine reasons to deposit demonetised currency.

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  • European Union chief says UK Brexit bill will be $62bn

    European Union chief says UK Brexit bill will be $62bn

    He confirmed the United Kingdom will be presented with a bill of about €60bn (£52bn, $64bn) after Theresa May formally kicks off withdrawal negotiations under Article 50 of the European Union treaties on 29 March, four days after the EU's 60th anniversary celebrations in Rome.

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