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  • Advocates Act amendment bill's right place is dustbin: BCI

    Advocates Act amendment bill's right place is dustbin: BCI

    Lawyers of the Shivajinagar district court on Friday staged an agitation in front of the court's gate no IV to protest against the "draconian" Advocates Amendment Bill. It had termed the proposed amendments as "undemocratic and anti-lawyers". The Advocates Association of Western India had also passed a resolution in support of the BCI's call.Chief Justice Manjula Chellur had said advocates must understand their responsibilities and duties.

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  • Le robaron la mochila en Ezeiza al ministro de Finanzas Luis Caputo

    Le robaron la mochila en Ezeiza al ministro de Finanzas Luis Caputo

    Como el dispositivo electrónico fue encendido ayer en la zona del aeropuerto de Ezeiza, la Policía de Seguridad Aeroportuaria está rastreando el aparato, a partir de la denuncia del funcionario informaron fuentes oficiales a LA NACION . Además, el ministro dialogó con la directora general de Prácticas Internacionales de Finanzas y Mercado del Grupo del Banco Mundial, Ceyla Pazarbasioglu, sobre los principales desafíos de la inclusión financiera en la región.

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  • Paris gunman's criminal past in focus as police hunt second suspect

    Paris gunman's criminal past in focus as police hunt second suspect

    The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the attack, which also left the shooter dead. Le Pen, an outspoken critic of the European Union and the policies of globalization and mass migration it peddles, has used her message to transform her party from one that sits on the fringes of French politics to one that's a driving force at the very heart of the national conversation.

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  • Fresno suspect had long criminal history

    When he ran out of bullets, Dyer said, Muhammad wrapped the gun in clothes and put it down. Chief Jerry Dyer on Wednesday explained to members of the media a second-by-second breakdown of the rampage that left three men dead, including playing recordings of the gunshots captured on police tracking equipment.

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  • Some US companies that have left or scaled back in Venezuela

    Some US companies that have left or scaled back in Venezuela

    New clashes erupted Thursday between Venezuelan riot police and President Nicolas Maduro's opponents, inflaming the tension after a day of deadly unrest in the beleaguered oil-rich nation. The opposition blames the government for the economic crisis and is demanding early elections and the release of more than 100 political prisoners.

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  • Trump Makes it Law: Buy American and Hire American

    While the White House has said the H-1B visa program undercuts American workers by bringing in large numbers of cheaper, foreign workers, driving down wages, the tech industry argued that the H-1B program was needed because it encouraged students to stay in the USA after getting degrees in high-tech specialties.

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  • Russia Blocks US-Drafted UN Statement Condemning North Korea Tests

    USA vice-president Mike Pence warned North Korea on Monday that recent United States strikes in Syria, one of Pyongyang's few close allies, and Afghanistan showed that the resolve of President Donald Trump should not be tested. In the last week, the rogue state has defied calls to abandon further tests and held a major militar parade, including a failed missile launch .

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  • North Korea failed missile launch increases US-NK tension

    The newspaper replies statements by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence during his recent visit to the demilitarized zone between the two Koreas, where he announced that the era of strategic patience with Pyongyang had ended. We saw over the weekend North Korea putting its missiles on parade while celebrating the birthday of its founder Kim Il-sung, only to see a test launch of missile fail in spectacular fashion later on.

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  • Zona de accidente en construcción de la Línea 3 reanuda labores

    Zona de accidente en construcción de la Línea 3 reanuda labores

    El accidente ocurrió en la carretera a Tesistán y Arco del Triunfo en la colonia Arcos de Zapopan, al respecto un comandante de bomberos explico. La medida precautoria municipal fue retirada ayer por la noche, tras verificar que las condiciones de seguridad cumplían con los requerimientos de ley.

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  • United States sees increased activity by Chinese bomber aircraft

    The U.S. has stepped up its warnings to North Korea over its missile program and nuclear weapons tests. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told reporters over the weekend that Japan might push ahead with a revised, 11-nation version of the TPP despite the USA rejection of the trade accord.

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  • N Korea war could break out any moment: China

    N Korea war could break out any moment: China

    According to the adviser, the test had been expected and the US had good intelligence both before and after the launch. According to the South Korean news Agency Yonhap, North Korea displayed what appeared to be an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) during the parade.

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  • Venezuela officials: 12 dead in overnight violence

    Venezuela officials: 12 dead in overnight violence

    In the capital, Caracas, tens of thousands marched towards the Ombudsman's office from different points in the city. Hundreds of people again took to the streets of Venezuela's capital Thursday to demonstrate against President Nicolas Maduro, a day after three people were shot dead during protests in the South American nation riled by an economic crisis and political rifts.

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  • Chinese Defense Ministry Denies Bombers On 'High Alert' For Korean Contingency

    Chinese Defense Ministry Denies Bombers On 'High Alert' For Korean Contingency

    It never was, historians outside of China say, although some ancient and medieval kingdoms that occupied the Korean Peninsula offered tributes to Chinese kingdoms to secure protection. and many wars". Even if Trump was simply relying what Xi told him, the comment still sparked concern and outrage among South Koreans not only because they saw Xi's claim as an attempt to undermine Korean sovereignty but also because it could mean that Trump could be misunderstanding the history of a key ally.

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  • Min. Padrino: FANB ratifica lealtad absoluta al Presidente Maduro

    El 13 de abril pasado la milicia cumplió siete años de creada y este lunes se dio inicio oficial a la celebración con una serie de actividades que incluirá una marcha en Caracas en honor a este componente, tal como lo anunció el comandante en jefe de la Fuerza Armada Nacional Bolivariana ( FANB ) y presidente de la República, Nicolás Maduro, este domingo.

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  • Venezuela calls 'mother of all protests' as opposition and government supporters rally

    Venezuela calls 'mother of all protests' as opposition and government supporters rally

    Our chief foreign affairs correspondent, Margaret Warner , reports. Demonstrators clash with the police during a rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas. The Supreme Court has installed a coup d'etat it can not correct. Maduro didn't provide evidence to back his claim that a coup attempt was underway, and the opposition rejected his comments as a desperate attempt to intimidate Venezuelans from exercising their constitutional right to protest.

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  • Trump Confident China Working `Very Hard' to Rein in North Korea

    Trump Confident China Working `Very Hard' to Rein in North Korea

    North Korea has conducted several missile and nuclear tests in defiance of United Nations sanctions and has said it has developed a missile that can strike the USA mainland. and North Korea. Mattis credited China with trying to help get the North Korea situation "under control" with the goal of denuclearizing the peninsula.

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  • Trump says Iran not living up to nuclear deal

    Trump says Iran not living up to nuclear deal

    Trump said during a brief press appearance before reporters in the Oval Office. Once a supporter of Britain's decision to leave the EU, President Donald Trump has now said a "strong" Europe is "very, very important" for the US. The remarks represented the first time since he became president that Trump had commented publicly on the situation in Libya, a country that is the main departure point for hundreds of thousands of migrants heading to Europe from Africa and the Middle East and is ...

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  • French first round presidential election on Sunday has no clear winner

    French first round presidential election on Sunday has no clear winner

    The gunman, who had served 15 years in prison for three attempted murders before being released in 2015, had been under preliminary investigation for terrorism and was detained two months ago but "let go" due to insufficient evidence. The attack took place on the famed Champs Élysées, where one police officer was killed and two others were wounded. The "totalitarian" European Union has also always been one of Le Pen's pet hates and a constant target for her virulent nationalist ...

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  • Un policía muerto en tiroteo en Campos Elíseos de París

    Molins se negó a revelar el nombre del autor del ataque contra las policías debido a las "operaciones que están en curso". Dos policías y un atacante murieron luego de que, presuntamente, dos agresores arremetieran contra los agentes en la avenida de los Campos Elíseos de París .

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  • PMQs verdict: If May is proud of her record - why no debate?

    The next parliamentary election was not due until 2020. Riding high in the opinion polls, May is seeking to increase her slim majority of 17 in the 650-seat Commons before the battles begin with the European Union over Britain's exit bill and future trade and immigration ties.

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  • Facebook slaying suspect Steve Stephens dead

    Facebook slaying suspect Steve Stephens dead

    When state police pulled up, Stephens took off. "We are going to work on building common ground, not just getting more opinions out there", Zuckerberg said. That murder claim has not been verified, and as of Monday morning, only one victim has been reported . Facebook slaying suspect Steve Stephens was undone by a 20-piece Chicken McNuggets and an order of fries.

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  • Drift analysis says MH370 likely crashed north of search

    Drift analysis says MH370 likely crashed north of search

    A total of 239 passengers and crew members were on board of the flight travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014 when it disappeared from aviation radars. This was necessary because the wood and steel replica flaperons could not be made to float in precisely the same way as the recovered part. While debris from the flight - a flaperon from its wing - was found on an island in the Indian Ocean, the main body of the plane has never been found and the search for MH370 was ...

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  • Arkansas officials ask courts to clear path for executions

    Arkansas officials ask courts to clear path for executions

    Officials said Lee did not make a final statement, KATV reported . This was Arkansas' first execution since 2005. Multiple suits made their way to the U.S. Execution warrants for Bruce Ward and Don Davis have now expired, and stays of execution are in place for Stacey Johnson and Jason McGehee. Ms Reese was beaten to death 24 years ago, but lawyers for Lee said he maintained he was innocent and wanted a delay in execution to allow for fresh DNA testing.

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  • Some Galaxy S8 owners in South Korea are encountering red-tinted screens

    Judging by how popular our You can remap the Bixby button on Samsung Galaxy S8 story is, many folks want to open a different app using the extra hardware key on the new flagship smartphone. It would also be available for offline purchase via Samsung's official retail partners. The AMOLED edge-to-edge curved display on Samsung's new Galaxy S8 has been widely praised as one of the phone's crowning features - but unfortunately, it seems some models may not be living up to expectations.

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  • Air China temporarily suspends flights to Pyongyang

    Air China temporarily suspends flights to Pyongyang

    North Korean state television showed Kim, wearing a black suit and white shirt, stepped out of a black limousine and saluted his honor guard before walking down a red carpet. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Saturday (Apr 15) urged North Korea to abide by United Nations resolutions and stop its pursuit of nuclear weapons, as the reclusive state brandished its military might.

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  • Huawei annual revenues grow 32% year-over-year in 2016

    Huawei annual revenues grow 32% year-over-year in 2016

    However, with expansion there is a cost, as the company increases spending to maintain pace. When it came to profits, however, Huawei registered no meaningful improvement, reporting net income of about RMB37 billion ($5.4 billion), roughly the same as in 2015.

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  • UC Berkeley headed for showdown with right-wing commentator

    UC Berkeley headed for showdown with right-wing commentator

    Berkeley's campus Republicans invited Coulter to speak about illegal immigration, but university officials sent them a letter Tuesday, saying they could not ensure the safety of Coulter, nor anyone expected at the event. Last Saturday, at least 20 people were arrested and several were injured near downtown Berkeley when pro-Trump supporters and other groups of people clashed.

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