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Protesters vow not to stop until Amnesty International leaves Nigeria

Protesters vow not to stop until Amnesty International leaves Nigeria

We have no iota of doubt that the protest the group has embarked on is procured and orchestrated. Global Peace protesters, Abuja. Abuja - A Nigerian rights group on Tuesday called for an investiga...

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House Pulls GOP Healthcare Bill Because of Lack of Party Support

House Pulls GOP Healthcare Bill Because of Lack of Party Support

The announcement of the delay appeared to catch even the president unaware. "We've still got three or four hours and there's still discussions happening". The neither TrumpCare nor RyanCare bill wasn'...

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Chicago cop faces 16 new charges in shooting of black teen

Chicago cop faces 16 new charges in shooting of black teen

Popular Video A lot of people are furious about Ivanka Trump's latest move. Van Dyke, 38, is accused of shooting the 17-year-old McDonald 16 times in October 2014. Chicago's Office of the Inspector ...

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Injured Kohli out of final test against Australia - India batting coach

He dived but he landed heavily on his right shoulder which forced him to be off the field for a long period of time. Kohli thus ends the series against Australia on a disappointing note, having gath...

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American-led coalition vows to crush 'Islamic State'

American-led coalition vows to crush 'Islamic State'

Obama also emphasized stopping terrorist financing, a goal that Tillerson indicated had been addressed in depth. "I don't see any reason to pull out again and face the same lesson", Mattis said, eve...

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3 reasons why Ireland will beat Wales in Dublin this evening

3 reasons why Ireland will beat Wales in Dublin this evening

I have seen a picture of the outcome, so my thoughts are with Seamus. The right back was scythed down by Swansea's Neil Taylor in a tackle which can be - for a family audience - only described as th...

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Wellington mother snaps photo of officer killed in London attack

Among the injured Britons were four students from Edge Hill University in northwest England, who were on an educational visit to the parliament. Conservative MP Keith Palmer today (Thursday) paid tr...

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Amarinder Singh's go-ahead to Sidhu

Amarinder Singh's go-ahead to Sidhu

According to the manifesto, the chief minister and cabinet ministers were exempted but they chose to bring themselves within the ambit of the decision, the spokesperson said. All the women MLAs were a...

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Seven Held After Westminster Attack

Mark Rowley , Britain's top counter-terrorism officer, said the suspects were arrested during overnight raids conducted at six different locations in Birmingham and at other locations across the cou...

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Supreme Court ruling boosts protections for students with disabilities

Supreme Court ruling boosts protections for students with disabilities

Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin of IL said the high court had just tossed out a standard that Gorsuch himself had used in a similar case that lowered the bar for educational achievement. "The IDEA deman...

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London attack: Woman wearing hijab was 'distressed, horrified', photographer says

A woman is on the phone, another is blowing her nose presumably from crying, and a man is standing with his hands in his pockets. You weren't there. In fact, the woman was terrified. While she was s...

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Brexit 'is a tragedy' says Juncker

Brexit 'is a tragedy' says Juncker

The tough line will increase tensions ahead of the Prime Minister formally triggering the Article 50 process on Wednesday. One student, wishing to remain anonymous, said: "I'm glad we could have a d...

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Major Indian airlines ban MP who beat official

Gaikwad adimitted to the attack and bragged to reporters that he had hit the crew member 25 times with his slippers. Meanwhile, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathy Raju has promised that actio...

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India reacts strongly to NYT's wisdom to criticise Yogi Adityanath becoming CM

India reacts strongly to NYT's wisdom to criticise Yogi Adityanath becoming CM

The move by Prime Minister Modi's party to name "firebrand Hindu cleric" Aditya Nath as Uttar Pradesh's chief minister is a "shocking rebuke" to religious minorities, the editorial said. "Prime Minist...

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Iraqi Forces Take Control over Daesh HQ in Mosul

Iraqi Forces Take Control over Daesh HQ in Mosul

The battle for Mosul, Islamic State's last major stronghold in Iraq, is now in its sixth month with Iraq forces backed by a US -led coalition, air strikes and advisers now controlling the east side an...

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Donald Trump May Go To Jail

Donald Trump May Go To Jail

The FBI chief is giving evidence to the House Intelligence Committee , in Washington , as part of the security service's investigation into Russian hacking during the run-up to the United States...

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London attacker not on security radar- Saudi Arabia

Two further "significant arrests" were made Thursday night in central and northern England. Scotland Yard's top anti-terror officer Mark Rowley said the two were held in the West Midlands and North ...

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Palestinians mourn Irish politician Martin McGuinness

The IRA gunman turned statesman Martin McGuiness was laid to rest this afternoon. Tens of thousands of people lined the streets in the Bogside district of Derry as the coffin processed to the city's...

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Paul Ryan's Sad Thumbs-Up After Meeting With Trump Says It All

Paul Ryan's Sad Thumbs-Up After Meeting With Trump Says It All

Asked by reporters at the daily White House briefing what would happen if the bill fails, spokesman Sean Spicer insisted: "It's going to pass". My mantra on health care reform has been that it's mor...

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MP James Cleverly's Emotional Tribute To Former Comrade PC Keith Palmer

The married dad-of-two was stabbed to death as he confronted a knife maniac outside the Houses of Parliament. She had lived in London for several years with her Portuguese husband, he said, but she ha...

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USA imposes sanctions on China, North Korea entities, people

USA imposes sanctions on China, North Korea entities, people

The sanctions are not believed to be in violation of President Barack Obama's global deal that froze Iran's nuclear program. "This bipartisan bill is an important step in the right direction, especial...

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Brexit could see United Kingdom lawyers banned from European Union work

Brexit could see United Kingdom lawyers banned from European Union work

European Union officials say they won't even discuss a future trading relationship with Britain until other issues are settled. Juncker's opening offer comes just days before the official start of e...

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Suspect in bomb threats covered his tracks

Suspect in bomb threats covered his tracks

US Jewish organizations warned on Thursday that antisemitism remains a problem and the community should not let its guard down after a suspect in Israel was arrested for recent bomb threats. Galit Bas...

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Paul Manafort Volunteers To Testify Before House Intelligence Committee, Lawmaker Says

Paul Manafort Volunteers To Testify Before House Intelligence Committee, Lawmaker Says

He specifically stated that the new information he received did not support Trump's allegations that President Barack Obama had ordered a wiretap at Trump Tower. As for why the Tuesday hearing was...

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Trump Approves the Keystone Pipeline

Trump Approves the Keystone Pipeline

The presidential approval was hailed by supporters of the pipeline like the American Petroleum Institute, a major lobby group for the USA oil and gas industry, whose president Jack Gerard in a statem...

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Donald Trump blames Democrats after pulling healthcare bill from Congress vote

Donald Trump blames Democrats after pulling healthcare bill from Congress vote

Republicans have spent seven years campaigning against Obama's signature health care law, and cast dozens of votes to repeal it in full or in part. Mr Trump claimed that "I've been saying for the pr...

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London attacker Khalid Masood was a criminal with militant links

In a briefing outside Scotland Yard he also announced two more "significant" arrests had been made. Police say Masood was known to them and had a string of previous criminal convictions, including for...

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UK Muslims Are Angry At Islamic Stereotypes Following London Terror Attack

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack, although it was unclear what links, if any, Masood had with the militant group. Given that the attack was in the heart of the capital, Rowley poi...

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French man arrested for driving vehicle into crowds in Belgium

French man arrested for driving vehicle into crowds in Belgium

It remains unknown whether any weapons or other suspicious materials were found in the man's vehicle. The attack comes a day after a vehicle was driven at high speed along London's Westminster Bridg...

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Feminist Leader, Convicted Terrorist Rasmea Odeh to be Deported to Jordan

Feminist Leader, Convicted Terrorist Rasmea Odeh to be Deported to Jordan

That conviction, however, was overturned by an court of appeals past year. Odeh was first tried in Israel for bombing a Jerusalem supermarket on behalf of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Pal...

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Cardinal Keeler, retired Archbishop of Baltimore, dies aged 86

Cardinal Keeler, retired Archbishop of Baltimore, dies aged 86

Then-Archbishop Keeler was elected president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops in 1992. Later when I became a bishop and a member of the episcopal conference, I learned of the respect and est...

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Zimbabwe opposition parties want United Nations to handle 2018 Election

Zimbabwe opposition parties want United Nations to handle 2018 Election

The UN has never been involved in overseeing Zimbabwean elections. They fear this will make it easier for Mugabe's ZANU-PF to skew the list of eligible voters in its favour. But MDC-T secretary-gene...

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Trump says Germany owes 'vast sums' to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

Trump says Germany owes 'vast sums' to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

The two leaders tried to express their common bonds but showed minimal rapport in their first encounter, a departure from Mrs Merkel's warm relations with Mr Obama during his eight years as presiden...

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Credit Suisse says CEO Thiam paid 11.9m swiss francs in 2016

Credit Suisse says CEO Thiam paid 11.9m swiss francs in 2016

He joined Credit Suisse as CEO in June 2015 and earned CHF 4.57 million (£3.69 million, $4.6 million) for the 6 months to the end of that year, which would have worked out at CHF 9.14 million (£7.3 ...

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Spicer denies Comey was fact-checking presidential tweets

Spicer denies Comey was fact-checking presidential tweets

Someone is lying. The question is, who can you believe? But the fact that there's evidence to suggest possible collusion between the president's campaign and a foreign enemy reinforces the need for ...

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