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Oil Gains as Libyan Crude Drop Offsets What OPEC Curbs Couldn't

Oil prices on Wednesday extended gains from the previous session, lifted by supply disruptions in Libya and expectations that an OPEC-led output reduction will be extended into the second half of the ...

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Health Care: GOP Can Do Better, and It Must

Health Care: GOP Can Do Better, and It Must

Do not worry, we are in very good shape!' he wrote. Brat said that could be done "in short order". "Some of those who were in the "no" camp expressed a willingness to work on getting to "yes" and ...

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Always favoured out-of-court settlement of Ayodhya issue: RSS

The apex court said today that fresh attempts must be made by all the parties concerned to find a solution to the dispute which is a "sensitive and sentimental matter". These issues are best decided j...

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Hottest morning on Thursday in Delhi

Hottest morning on Thursday in Delhi

The national capital today witnessed the hottest morning of the season in the past five years at 23.7 degrees Celsius, six notches above the average. With March yet to end, nine states across penins...

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UK police, Muslim youths link hands to mark London attack

UK police, Muslim youths link hands to mark London attack

Mustafa Field, director of the Faiths Forum for London , which helped organise the vigil, said: "This attack tried to divide us and what I've seen and I've witnessed is that we've come stronger in ou...

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Cyclone Debbie rips through Australia as police chief warns of fatalities

Wind gusts of up to 270 kph were reported near Debbie's broad core. Some 3,500 people were evacuated between the towns of Home Hill and Proserpine, around 100 kilometers south of Townsville, a touri...

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King, Snohomish counties at odds with feds over immigration

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly ordered Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to start producing the list last month, and on Monday, the agency issued its first public report . The presi...

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AI bars Sena MP, cancels ticket fearing backlash by employees

Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who assaulted an Air India staff member on Thursday, has left for Mumbai in a train, after he was denied ticket by different airlines. When Gaikwad's flight landed in ...

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Severe storms threaten central US after truck driver dies in Oklahoma

Severe storms threaten central US after truck driver dies in Oklahoma

Corbin Lee Jaeger, 25, of Peoria, Ariz., was the third storm chaser killed in the wreck, according to the DPS. Williamson and Yarnall were contractors for the Weather Channel , station officials sa...

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Running with the Pack: Rover.com Acquiring Rival DogVacay

For example, Rover grew 9x faster over the past 3 years, but DogVacay makes more money per host. DogVacay CEO and co-founder Aaron Hirschhorn will be one of those staying on with Rover as ...

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France's Hollande says no trade deal with UK before Brexit

France's Hollande says no trade deal with UK before Brexit

He also said he will have proposal for Brexit negotiating mandate on Friday. In her letter to Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, Ms. In a letter handed to the President of the EU Co...

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Westinghouse troubles loom over SC, Georgia nuke projects

Westinghouse troubles loom over SC, Georgia nuke projects

Moreover, Westinghouse plans included modules built in Lake Charles, La. that were supposed to fit together "like pieces of Lego", said a former regulator. The company filed for bankruptcy with as m...

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Calls for UN, Congo to investigate deaths of Swede, American

Michael Sharp was working with a U.N. peacekeeping mission March 12 when he and a colleague, their translator and three Congolese drivers were abducted while investigating allegations of human rights ...

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Congress to move amendments to GST bills on Wednesday

The GST (Compensation to States) Bill, 2017; and The Union Territory GST Bill, 2017 were passed after negation of a host of amendments moved by the opposition parties. Central taxes such as the centra...

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Pentagon gets OK for more aggressive airstrikes in Somalia

Trump's decision, which was made Wednesday but not immediately announced, allows US special operations forces to accompany Somali National Army troops and other African allies as they move closer to t...

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Erdogan Accuses EU of Launching Anti-Islam 'Crusade'

Swiss government statistics show around 68,000 Turkish citizens live in Switzerland , a nation of 8.3 million whose population is a quarter foreign. "Turkey has no obligation at this stage to conti...

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Bill proposing school finance changes headed to Texas House

Bill proposing school finance changes headed to Texas House

Instead, it makes permanent part of a workaround ordered by federal courts previous year that lets some Texans vote by signing affidavits. The bill would allow people without photo ID to vote if they ...

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Rep. Stefanik questions Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey in Intelligence Committee hearing

But FBI investigators say they are less focused on the coordination and publication of those "fake news" stories, in part because those publications are generally protected free speech. The Senate Int...

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North Korea's Latest Missile Test Exploded Within Seconds

North Korea's Latest Missile Test Exploded Within Seconds

Pacific Command. Japan, another regional USA ally, has also expressed concern over militant rhetoric from North Korea, and conducted its first-ever civilian air raid drills last week after Pyongyang...

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April Ryan gets first question at Spicer press conference

Spicer did not answer a question about how this jibed with Trump's pledge not to involve himself with his businesses as president, but said that the president was in compliance with the relevant e...

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OAS pushes Venezuela to engage in dialogue as tensions flare

OAS pushes Venezuela to engage in dialogue as tensions flare

The Senate Intelligence Committee Chair and Ranking Member sent a message to Donald Trump by refusing to rule out Trump campaign collusion with Russian Federation. The committee, the Senators said, ...

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Nigeria summons Indian diplomat over attacks on students

Nigeria summons Indian diplomat over attacks on students

Soon after the attack, the police have increased security in the area where several more African nationals reside. A Kenyan woman was dragged out of a taxi and beaten by mob in the satellite city on...

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Sena MPs seek lifting ban on Gaikwad for ongoing session

Sena MPs seek lifting ban on Gaikwad for ongoing session

The party said Gaikwad is also likely to meet the Speaker in a couple of days. Raut asked that when terrorists, underworld dons and corrupt people travel freely on airlines why has Gaikwad been bann...

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South Korean ferry saga a tale of government blunders

The wreck was brought to the surface last week, almost three years after it went down killing more than 300 people, and placed onto a semi-submersible ship that will finally bring it to shore. Familie...

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Speaker spurns health care talks with Dems

Brian Mast is one of several Republican lawmakers that Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan and other GOP leaders are targeting as they try to secure the 216 votes they need to pass their health care bill...

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Erdogan steps up pressure in unprecedented attack on Europe

Erdogan steps up pressure in unprecedented attack on Europe

Steinmeier's decision to focu. Bouffier, however, reckons that this will create a security problem. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has warned that "Europeans across the world will not be able ...

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Here's what investors should expect as Brexit begins, experts say

Here's what investors should expect as Brexit begins, experts say

The letter, which UK Prime Minister Theresa May signed on Tuesday, signals the beginning of two years of what Williams said would be complex negotiations for Britain to withdraw from the EU. "We all w...

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Sean Spicer deflects reporter's questions by scolding her body language

On Tuesday, Ryan wanted to get from Spicer how the administration was planning to "revamp its image" in light of the many investigations involving Russian Federation and the president's wiretapping cl...

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Oil prices slips as U.S. drilling outweighs OPEC led decision

Clashes between armed groups in the nation have previously led to market disruptions, and the latest news drove NY oil futures up as much as 1% after boosting them 1.3% on Tuesday. While many in OPEC ...

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Sunken South Korean ferry Sewol emerges after 3 years under water

People watch a TV news programme showing the sunken ferry Sewol partially lifted above in waters off Jindo in South Korea. The complex operation - one of the largest raisings of an entire ship ever ...

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Elizabeth Smart's father speaks out about missing Tennessee teen

Elizabeth Smart's father speaks out about missing Tennessee teen

Edward Smart said in an interview with ABC 2 that in both cases, the men who snatched the young girls used manipulation to keep them under their spell and afraid to run off or seek help. Cooper said...

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Turkish group says case against Booking.com is not political

Turkish group says case against Booking.com is not political

The Booking.com BV companies had also paid an administrative pecuniary penalty of around 2.5 million Turkish Liras to the competition authority due to their previous activities that breached competiti...

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Congo to probe deaths of American, Swede

Michael Sharp earned a master's degree in peacekeeping and conflict resolution at Philipps University in Germany and was in the midst of a second 18-month tour of duty with the United Nations in Afr...

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Ex-Penn State leaders are prosecution witnesses

Ditka began her closing argument with reference to the "only downside for us" quote, and repeated it several times, urging the panel of seven women and five men to convict him on all counts. The forme...

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Seamus Coleman: Republic boss O'Neill says no timescale on defender's recovery

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill says that Seamus was taken straight to St Vincent's University Hospital immediately after the incident. "This did not result in a broken leg". I was the fi...

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