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  • Russian Federation vetos United Nations resolution on Syria attack

    Russian Federation vetos United Nations resolution on Syria attack

    The two former cold war enemies have joined in the fight against ISIS, but Russia's backing of Syrian President Bashir al Assad has rankled the U.S. Tillerson said U.S. He told the AFP news agency: "There was no order to make any attack". Does this mean that the Trump administration intends to engage Syria (and Russia) militarily in contexts other than responding to the use of chemical weapons? He also said Putin had agreed to reactivate a U.S.

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  • Mike Pence: WH Moving to 'Isolate' NKorea After Failed Test

    Mike Pence: WH Moving to 'Isolate' NKorea After Failed Test

    Speaking aboard the USS Ronald Reagan, a Nimitz class aircraft carrier undergoing scheduled maintenance at its home port of Yokosuka, Pence said USA intentions remained unwavering in the face of the threat posed by the reclusive North, which has conducted a series of missile and nuclear tests in defiance of United Nations sanctions, most recently with a failed missile launch on Sunday.

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  • Galaxy Note 8 rumoured to feature dual-camera and 6.4-inch display

    Galaxy Note 8 rumoured to feature dual-camera and 6.4-inch display

    The company will live stream the event which is taking place in New Delhi at 12pm on the Samsung India website. However, the devices will be available on Flipkart and Samsung's online store from May 5, 2017. They also come with faster charging capabilities. The front snapper will come with a wide-angle, 8 Megapixel shooter which will also have auto focus.

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  • Palestinian inmates in Israeli jails launch hunger strike

    Israeli side will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of its occupation in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem in June 2017. The protests, which is the biggest in recent years, has been led by jailed Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti and will see prisoners from across the political spectrum participate from within six Israeli prisons.

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  • Indian liquor baron Vijay Malla arrested in London

    Indian liquor baron Vijay Malla arrested in London

    The government is assessing how to bring Vijay Mallya back to India and start judicial proceedings against him, Union Minister Santosh Gangwar said today on a day when the defaulter businessman was arrested in London and released later on bail.

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  • Babri Masjid case accused are innocent for public: Giriraj Singh

    Babri Masjid case accused are innocent for public: Giriraj Singh

    Earlier this year, the Rae Bareilly case was clubbed together with the Lucknow case, which pertains to the actual demolition of the mosque and ensuing violence. Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Shah, the party has shown its adeptness in blending its cultural agenda with that of development and has reaped rich harvest, most notably in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls.

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  • Volcadura de combi deja cuatro muertos en la Autopista del Sol

    Volcadura de combi deja cuatro muertos en la Autopista del Sol

    Participaron en el hecho la Secretaría de Protección Civil Estatal, unidad de rescate F-07 y PC-051, ambulancias 49-M y 49-V, CAPUFE con ambulancias 120-109 y 120-108 de la casetas La Venta y Palo Blanco, Policía Federal de Caminos y seguridad Pública del municipio de Juan R.

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  • Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election

    Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election

    As the chair of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Chaffetz expected to lead investigation after investigation into presumed 2016 presidential victor Hillary Clinton. "I may run again for public office, but not in 2018", he wrote. During the raucous 2016 presidential campaign that pitted Clinton against Trump, Chaffetz distanced himself from the Republican candidate following the public airing of a video past year in which Trump made lewd comments about women.

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  • Turkish airstrikes kill 17 PKK terrorists in southeast

    Turkish airstrikes kill 17 PKK terrorists in southeast

    In addition, two weapon emplacements and a cave were also destroyed, it said. Some 13 militants were killed on April 19 in the suburb of Şırnak's Bestler-Dereler region. A land operation is ongoing, Anadolu Agency (AA) reported. The PKK, listed as a terrorist organization by the USA and European Union, resumed its almost 40-year armed campaign against the Turkish state in July 2015.

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  • Carl Vinson strike group isn't heading directly to Korea

    A USA aircraft carrier the Navy had said was heading toward the Korean Peninsula amid rising tensions has not yet started sailing to the region, a US defense official acknowledged Tuesday. The White House on Tuesday blamed the Defense Department for the embarrassing debacle, according to The New York Times , which first reported the story.

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  • Europhiles see chance of revival in Brexit election

    Paul Sirani, chief Market Analyst at Xtrade, told the press: "The realisation that the United Kingdom is now facing a snap general election should shore things up a bit, but there will be a number of peaks and troughs in the run-up to June 8th".

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Rumored For AT&T

    Samsung is now working on the rugged version of its flagship smartphone, which carries the model number SM-G892A and has been codenamed Cruise. Samsung said in a statement that the key features on its Galaxy S8, such as Reminder, Home and Vision can already be accessed by tech fans together with the improved reality on the handset's camera app.

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  • Army crew chief killed in crash lived dream on Black Hawks

    Army crew chief killed in crash lived dream on Black Hawks

    Mary's golf course were released Tuesday evening. The Black Hawk is from the 12th Aviation Battalion stationed at Davison Airfield, Fort Belvoir in Virginia. The helicopter crashed at about 1:37 p.m., roughly 55 miles southeast of Washington, D.C., at Breton Bay Golf and Country Club in Leonardtown, the Army said.

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  • Canada advances effort to legalize recreational marijuana

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that any revenues from the taxation of marijuana should be directed to addiction treatment, mental health services and public health education - initiatives Goodale said would be a key priority. The government will allow the citizens to carry up to 30 grams of dried cannabis for personal use. Those caught selling marijuana to a minor could face up to 14 years in jail.

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  • Japan sees new era of cooperation with USA: minister

    It's Tokyo's oldest temple, and a highly popular tourist site that attracts crowds from around the world. POLITICAL ISLAM Indonesia is officially secular and most of its 220 million Muslims practise a moderate form of Islam, although the country has some vocal Islamist groups and has suffered in the past from attacks by militants.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to arrive with dual rear cameras

    And along with that, we also got the new Gear 360 camera. Despite having a handsome looking display, some worldwide users are complaining about the freakish 18:5:9 aspect ratio. Both of them also come with a protective layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 5 up front. When the update arrives to you doesn't only depend on what make and model device you own, but also on your mobile carrier.

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  • Estima Carstens que peso se apreciará

    Estima Carstens que peso se apreciará

    El jefe del Banco de México dijo este jueves que las expectativas de inflación están en gran medida estabilizadas y que la entidad ha cumplido su tarea de prevenir que cambios en los precios relativos se hayan generalizado. Por otro lado, reconoció que existe incertidumbre por la manera en que México reaccionará a una nueva realidad en la que todo apunta al fin del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte en su forma actual.

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  • US President Trump Signs "Buy American, Hire American" Order

    These sign on executive order is a part of fulfilling his promises which he made in the election campaign a year ago. Such a change could significantly impact large Indian IT companies which bring thousands of engineers and programmers on H-1B visas to work on USA projects, says IT analyst Girish Pai.

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  • Manchester United y Celta van por su boleto

    Manchester United y Celta van por su boleto

    El equipo de Rene Weiler es consciente del potencial del Manchester United y más en casa, pero no renuncia a asaltar el fortín inglés, donde necesita ganar o empatar por más de un gol. Clasificado en el quinto lugar en la Premier League de Inglaterra y lejos del líder Chelsea al que derrotó el domingo (2-0) en Old Trafford , dando un poco de brillo a su campaña, el cuadro 'rojo' quiere hacer valer su localía ante el Anderlecht de Bélgica hoy a partir de las 14:05 de Ecuador.

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  • Pence: US not seeking North Korea negotiations

    Pence: US not seeking North Korea negotiations

    He said that under President Donald Trump, the US will stand up to its enemies with its allies. "I think the path of negotiations with North Korea has been a colossal failure now for more than 25 years", Pence told me. "We believe that through discussions and negotiations among nations apart from North Korea that we may well be able to bring the kind of economic and diplomatic pressure that would result in North Korea finally abandoning its nuclear ambitions and its ballistic missile program".

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  • Meade y secretario del Tesoro de EU se reúnen por TLCAN

    Meade y secretario del Tesoro de EU se reúnen por TLCAN

    El multimillonario programa de coberturas petroleras de México para proteger las ventas de crudo de la petrolera estatal Pemex frente a las fluctuaciones de precios para 2018 aún no está en marcha, dijo el secretario. Los inversionistas han relajado su perspectiva pesimista sobre México en las últimas semanas después de que funcionarios de la Casa Blanca dijeron repetidamente que México y EU se beneficiarían de una renegociación del acuerdo comercial, haciendo que el peso alcanzara su nivel ...

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  • Despite Iran's compliance with nuclear agreement, U.S. considering new sanctions

    The agreement allowed rich and poor countries to set their own goals to reduce carbon dioxide and went into effect last November, after the U.S., China and other countries ratified it. In spoken remarks, though, he talked only of Iran's bad behaviour and linked that to the future of the deal - a message that will resonate far more on Capitol Hill and to which it was probably aimed.

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  • Road Repair and Accountability Act to increase transportation-related taxes

    Brown, speaking in favor of the bill at the Senate Appropriations Committee on Monday, summed up the politics of the matter: "If we don't help the truckers, they oppose". Either side you're on, energy analysts say the tax will leave California with the highest fuel tax in the nation. Washington state will run a closed second, figures showed.

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  • Delhi Cong chief Maken accuses BJP of 'intimidating', 'luring' Congressmen

    Delhi Cong chief Maken accuses BJP of 'intimidating', 'luring' Congressmen

    Lovely, who joined BJP on Tuesday, had been elected four times as Congress MLA, was a minister in the Sheila Dikshit government and was considered a prominent Sikh face of the party in Delhi. Tiwari also said the BJP will work for direct transfer of funds from the Centre to the municipal corporations. Bharatiya Janata Party's publicity blitzkrieg in the run-up to the municipal elections in Delhi is a major psychological warfare against the Aam Admi Party (AAP), aimed at blurring the lines ...

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  • North Korea says don't mess with us as US plans next move

    North Korea says don't mess with us as US plans next move

    It would also demand an immediate end to the North's nuclear and missile tests, threaten to take "further significant measures" - United Nations code for new sanctions - and state that North Korea's illegal activities "are greatly increasing tension in the region and beyond".

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  • Jeremy Corbyn asks the country not to count out a Labour victory

    Addressing supporters in the capital later, Mr Corbyn will say: "Much of the media and establishment are saying this election is a foregone conclusion ". It's a rigged system set up by the wealth extractors for the wealth extractors. "But things can, and they will, change ". And Labour in this election will be part of a movement of the British people to make that change .

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