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  • Corbyn labels election a battle between 'the establishment and the people'

    Corbyn labels election a battle between 'the establishment and the people'

    May has argued the Labour Party has curbed her Brexit plans, though critics point it this is staight-forward scrutiny. Mr. Corbyn said his party would stand up for the majority of people in the country. Controversial business figures like Sir Philip Green, Mike Ashley, Southern Rail and the chief executives of tax-dodging multinationals should be anxious about the prospect of a Labour victory, he will say.

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  • Panama Papers Case: Pakistan Supreme Court Orders Investigation on PM Shariff

    Panama Papers Case: Pakistan Supreme Court Orders Investigation on PM Shariff

    A new investigative team is needed to further examine allegations against Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his children, the country's Supreme Court ruled Thursday. While the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) was quick to tweet photos and statements of celebration after the Supreme Court verdict, there was silence in the opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) camp.

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  • Support For Marijuana Legalization Grows

    Out of the parents who have smoked marijuana, 54 percent say they have talked with their children about their own consumption habits; 73 percent say they have not used it in front of their parents.much less shared it with them. Pharmaceutical distributors offer a more appropriate vehicle for the recreational marijuana market, CEO David Johnston said in an interview Wednesday, noting they already have the infrastructure in place to handle potential recalls, be it in downtown Toronto or remote ...

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  • Pence visits youth baseball players in Japan

    Pence visits youth baseball players in Japan

    Vice President Mike Pence and Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso. To deter North Korea's nuclear tests, ballistic missile launches and other actions, it is imperative to display readiness to take even stern punitive actions. The focus of his trip is expected to shift in Japan to trade. Two mobile launchers and part of THAAD elements were delivered to a USA military base in South Korea in early March, boosting expectations for a hurried deployment of the US missile shield before the ...

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  • Trump's confusion extends to the 'gentleman' in North Korea

    According to US officials, the missile exploded four to five seconds after being launched from a location near a North Korean submarine base in Sinpo along the country's eastern coast. allies in the region. He said the USA and its allies would deal with the situation "through peaceable means or ultimately by whatever means are necessary".

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  • Shania Twain 'peed herself' during first stage gig

    Shania Twain 'peed herself' during first stage gig

    Even country queens struggle with stage fright . She told James Corden on The Late Late Show that the problem started in high school, when she was asked to sing one of her original songs. It's pretty ironic that Shania gets nervous about being in the spotlight considering she is the best-selling female country artist of all time. From 2012 through 2014, Twain starred in a Las Vegas residency.

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  • Russian Federation relations at new low after Syria attacks

    Trump said the USA is "not getting along with Russian Federation at all" and relations between the two global powers are at an "all-time low". US President Donald Trump's ostensibly dramatic decision to order a missile strike on Syria was not based on his sympathy for victims of last week's suspected gas attack, given his indifference to widespread human rights violations taking place in the US and other nations.

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  • United CEO: No one will be fired over passenger dragging incident

    United CEO: No one will be fired over passenger dragging incident

    House Transportation Committee hearing on commercial airline industry consumer issues after a passenger was dragged off an April 9 flight in Chicago to make room for crew members. United also has to provide answers to questions from the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee by today, as does the Chicago Department of Aviation. Those on the House of Representatives committee were already pressing federal regulators for a thorough investigation last week.

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  • The Palatin Technologies, Inc. (PTN) Shares Bought by National Asset Management Inc

    The consensus analysts recommendation at this point stands at 1.70 for Palatin Technologies, Inc. How Company Returns Shareholder's Value? There can be various forms of dividends, such as cash payment, stocks or any other form. If the share price is now hovering near the 52 week low and the value is achieved in the current past then it can suggest that the price of the shares is likely to go up.

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  • BJP to bring positive change in Indian politics: Amit Shah

    Several cultural troupes also performed to welcome Modi, who waved to the people as his cavalcade passed through the roads. "The present commission is "powerless" and can not do justice to the OBCs, Javadekar said while asserting that the central government is firm on the bill's passage".

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  • Trump says Iran violating 'spirit' of nuclear deal

    In that regard, UN Security Council Resolution 2231, which backed and endorsed the JCPOA, states that assuming Iran complies with all its obligations, within 10 years of the agreement's adoption (2015) "all the provisions of resolution 2231 shall be terminated and the Security Council will have concluded its consideration of the Iranian nuclear issue".

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  • Say Hello to the New Limited-Edition Apple Watch NikeLab

    Say Hello to the New Limited-Edition Apple Watch NikeLab

    In addition, the NikeLab model is also integrated with the Nike+ Run Club and has exclusive Siri commands catering to runners. The limited edition Apple Watch NikeLab will be available starting April 27 at NikeLab doors and at an Apple Tokyo pop-up in Isetan.

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  • Turkey's supreme election board rejects opposition referendum annulment bid

    Turkey's supreme election board rejects opposition referendum annulment bid

    During Sunday's referendum, Turkish citizens supported the government-backed constitutional changes to shift to a presidential system, and therefore broaden the sitting president's powers. He added that " we expect the main opposition party's leader to act more responsibly ". Unofficial results, which the opposition said it would challenge, showed a narrow victory for him with 51.4 percent of votes cast in favour.

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  • Police officers shot in Seattle robbery

    Police officers shot in Seattle robbery

    One of the officers was reportedly shot in the chest, which was protected by a vest, and suffered minor injuries, ABC News reported. A third suspect fired at the officers and the officers fired back, Best said. One of the officers was fighting with a suspect on the ground when a female suspect hit the officer over the head with a bottle. One suspect was detained near First Avenue and Madison.

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  • On 4/20, DC pot advocates plan provocative protests

    On 4/20, DC pot advocates plan provocative protests

    Capitol Police said in a statement the arrests were made under federal law, with three charged for possession with intent to distribute and four charged with possession. Among those arrested was Adam Eidinger , a well-known activist who along with Schiller founded the group that put legal pot on the ballot in the city.

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  • Aumenta violencia en Venezuela y marchas dejan dos muertos

    Aumenta violencia en Venezuela y marchas dejan dos muertos

    Así lo señalaron testigos que presenciaron los hechos. La Fiscalía confirmó en un boletín que ya inició la investigación del caso. Desde el mismo chavismo, en cambio, la fiscal general de la República, Luisa Ortega Díaz, había buscado calmar los ánimos al formular "un llamado a la reflexión a los actores políticos convocantes de las movilizaciones".

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  • Firefighter dies after fall in Queens

    Firefighter dies after fall in Queens

    The New York Post reported the firefighter fell out of a ladder bucket while he was trying to extinguish the flames. It happened at an apartment building around 2:30 p.m. Tolley fell from the building and was transported to Wyckoff Heights Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased. Witnesses told CBS2's Dave Carlin he may have been operator of the ladder truck.

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  • Philippines checks report of 'harassment' near China-controlled reef

    Philippines checks report of 'harassment' near China-controlled reef

    In an interview with reporters, General Eduardo Ano said the armed forces had received sketchy reports of a group of Filipinos being driven away from Union Bank in the Spratlys, near Gaven Reef, on which China has built an island. "To me, up to now it (Manila's maritime protest) is a source of enquiry on why we filed the arbitral claim". "Our strategic direction is to emphasize our economic relations (with China) and transcend matters and issues between us", Arroyo said.

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  • Detención de exgobernadores, mensaje firme contra la impunidad: Peña

    Manifestó que estos casos se dan, refiriéndose a la detención del ex gobernador de Tamaulipas, Tomás Yarrington y Duarte , a un cuarto para la hora de las elecciones y todo apunta a que es solo mediático, bien estructurado por la mafia del PRI para hacer creer a los coahuilenses que están combatiendo en serio la corrupción e impunidad.

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  • Trump administration officials vilify JCPOA

    Iran has complained that sanctions relief never gave it the economic boost it craved, and it has blamed the United States for not doing enough to allow US businesses and banks to set up shop in Iran. Trump what it has failed to do for past presidents - force concessions from Pyongyang. Tillerson also appeared to sketch out the terms of such diplomatic engagement, suggesting that the US would not offer aid for concessions from North Korea as has been done in the past.

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  • Chevrolet FNR-X Concept Unveiled At Shanghai Auto Show

    Chevrolet FNR-X Concept Unveiled At Shanghai Auto Show

    The FNR-X is an "all-purpose sports concept vehicle" according to Chevy and it has a hybrid powertrain. The plug-in hybrid concept offers two driving modes, Versatility and Sport and adjusts the powertrain, suspension and aerodynamics to adhere to each.

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  • EU Minister: OSCE report on referendum 'baseless'

    A key point of contention rests on the election board's late decision to count unstamped ballots, which would have been invalidated in past elections and which accounted for about 1.5 million votes. But the global electoral monitor said that while the referendum's technical processes were well administered, there were key issues related to media coverage and the circumstances under which the vote occurred, such as Turkey's ongoing state of emergency enacted after a failed coup d'etat attempt ...

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  • Leak! Is this the Galaxy Note 8?

    Leak! Is this the Galaxy Note 8?

    Evidently, the Galaxy S8 pre-orders have surpassed the Note 7's two week numbers in a mere two days. A Samsung spokesperson confirmed that the Bixby service will not be available in the United States until "later this spring". With the Galaxy Note 7 incident, Samsung should not make any further errors in the future. From January to March, Samsung estimated a 48 percent rise in profits of $8.8 billion from past year on strong sales of memory chips and flat-panel televisions.

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  • Trump warns North Korea's ruler "gotta behave"

    North Korea regularly threatens to destroy Japan, South Korea and the U.S. and it showed no let-up in its belligerence after the failed missile test on Sunday, a day after putting on a huge display of missiles at a parade in Pyongyang. North Korea's deputy ambassador to the United Nations reiterated on the weekend that the North is ready to respond to any USA missile or nuclear strike.

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  • North Korean envoy at United Nations warns of nuclear war possibility

    North Korean envoy at United Nations warns of nuclear war possibility

    The North Korean regime began its nuclear program in earnest during the Clinton administration, which tried to prevent its buildup with a diplomatic agreement. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has called on China to do more economically to rein in North Korea's latest aggression. But Lavrov also chided the American vice president for "implying a threat of unilateral use of force that is a very risky course".

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  • Colegio de Periodistas de Chile expresa solidaridad

    Colegio de Periodistas de Chile expresa solidaridad

    El pasado 24 de marzo, autoridades de Migración de Chile impidieron a una periodista y un camarógrafo de Bolivia TV el ejercicio del periodismo en su territorio. La nota agrega que "el Colegio de Periodistas de Chile siempre abogará y demandará con fuerza el cumplimiento de parte del Estado chileno de normas que garanticen el libre ejercicio profesional, la integridad física del periodista y velar por la libertad de expresión y de prensa ".

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  • Suman tres los fallecidos en protestas en Venezuela

    Suman tres los fallecidos en protestas en Venezuela

    Carlos José Moreno, un estudiante de 17 años, ha muerto tras recibir un disparo de bala en la cabeza cuando se encontraba en el lugar de una de las concentraciones opositoras . Trabajadores, organizaciones de mujeres, jóvenes y adultos mayores del país comenzaron a concentrarse en diversos puntos de Caracas para marchar hacia la avenida Bolívar, donde se realizará una concentración en apoyo a la Revolución Bolivariana y en defensa de la soberanía en el 207 aniversario de la independencia ...

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  • S. Korea, US, Japan hold 9th Trilateral Defense Talks

    Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday warned North Korea not to test the resolve of the US military, promising it would make an "overwhelming and effective" response to any use of conventional or nuclear weapons. North Korea routinely labels such exercises preparations for invasion. While the US military might want to do something that sends a message but doesn't start another Korean War, Pyongyang remains strategically unpredictable.

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