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Australia, India To Push Ahead With Trade Talks

Prime Minister Turnbull's visit to India is an attempt to change gears, especially in the context of China's aggressive pitch to step into the void created by the new USA administration's Americafir...

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Vijay Mallya arrested on behalf of Indian authorities: Scotland Yard

Vijay Mallya arrested on behalf of Indian authorities: Scotland Yard

Vijay Mallya may have thought he got away from the cops when he fled India previous year with a debt of ₹9000 crores in loans. Ranina further said we need to wait and see what is covered in the arre...

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U.S. steps up pressure on Syria ahead of Russian Federation talks

It's not clear what the next move will be for the U.S. In Saudi Arabia, the official Saudi Press Agency reported that U.S. President Donald Trump has spoken by telephone with King Salman about the...

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UK PM May calls snap election for June 8

His legacy, though, will be his decision to hold the referendum on British membership of the European Union that made Brexit possible. Saying that the Labour Party offers the British people an "ef...

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In Japan, Vice President Pence Pushes For Bilateral Trade Deal

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Japanese leaders began talks Tuesday expected to focus largely on trade with America's anchor ally in the region, though tensions with North Korea loomed large. Au...

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North Korea misfires; we can't afford to

North Korea misfires; we can't afford to

Vice President Mike Pence pointed to Syria and Afghanistan, two countries that the United States has attacked this month, as he issued a dire warning to North Korea . He added: "Equality in North K...

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India, Australia commit to deepen defence, security ties

India and Australia on Monday made a decision to kick-start the stalled negotiations on the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) by holding the next round of talks soon. Turnbull will a...

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UN says watching Palestinian hunger strike closely

Netanyahu was corrected by a member of his audience who pointed out that Assad actually trained as an ophthalmologist. "On this day, we are reminded of the pain of imprisonment, the cruelty of the o...

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The 8 inmates Arkansas was set to execute starting Monday

The 8 inmates Arkansas was set to execute starting Monday

U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker granted the inmates stays of execution on Saturday, but she rejected their arguments that too little time between executions violated their constitutional rights. ...

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No talks with Palestinian inmates on hunger strike

No talks with Palestinian inmates on hunger strike

They are murderers. They are terrorists and we never lose our clarity because we are on the right side. "Decades of experience have proved that Israel's inhumane system of colonial and military oc...

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Appealing for calm, China says USA wants talks on North Korea

Pence said that the era of U.S. "strategic patience" in dealing with the North was over, after more than two decades. March 22: North Korea had another failed missile launch on its east coast. Pen...

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Trump to Sign Executive Order in Wisconsin

Today, Trump is scheduled to sign a " Buy American and Hire American " executive order in Kenosha, Wis. "Both "buy American" and "hire American" rules have been enormously diluted over time resu...

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Canada is poised to approve a law legalizing marijuana nationwide

Trafficking cannabis outside the government's new legal framework would remain illegal. The new law would make it illegal to sell or market cannabis to youth or use a young person to commit a cann...

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USA says countries must punish United Nations troops for sexual abuse

Haley asked, citing the AP's investigation detailing how at least 134 Sri Lankan peacekeepers sexually abused and exploited nine Haitian children between 2004 and 2007. United Nations peacekeepers wer...

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Here's How Hillary Clinton's Concession Speech Came Together

Here's How Hillary Clinton's Concession Speech Came Together

Hillary Clinton had to eat humble pie twice on election night. Obama thought the election was over after Wisconsin and wanted to avoid a messy recount, according to the Post. Those of us who were ...

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Theresa May u-turns to call Brexit election for June 8

Theresa May u-turns to call Brexit election for June 8

Corbyn tweeted: "I welcome the PM's decision to give the British people the chance to vote for a government that will put the interests of the majority first". In order to hold a snap election, Mrs Ma...

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What's next and what's at stake in UK election

What's next and what's at stake in UK election

Here's a brief look at what happens now, and what's at stake. May took power in July, after David Cameron resigned following Britain's vote to leave the European Union. She previously denied specula...

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British PM calls for early election

He added: "Hopefully, the new election announced today by Prime Minister May can lead to more clarity and predictability in the negotiations with the European Union ". "But the other political partie...

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'Still Under Audit': Trump Returns Won't Be Seen on Tax Day

'Still Under Audit': Trump Returns Won't Be Seen on Tax Day

During the presidential campaign, Trump said he would release his returns once his taxes were no longer under audit - and that is still the rationale today , Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Mon...

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Donald Trump praises China for helping on North Korea

Donald Trump praises China for helping on North Korea

Vice President Mike Pence is ending his first day in Tokyo with a visit to an ancient Buddhist temple. Abe told Pence of Japan's appreciation for U.S. On Sunday, media said he was scarier than Nor...

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MP backs election call but business is anxious

MP backs election call but business is anxious

According to the Daily Telegraph , an anonymous Westminster source said: "It's not going to happen". The European Union said it would not affect the negotiations on Britain's departure. May said ...

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North Korea Should Not 'Test Trump's Resolve': US Vice President Mike Pence

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence visits at the border village of Panmunjom which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, South Korea, Monday, April 17, 2017. He faulted a Tweet by President D...

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Suspect in Facebook Murder Kills Self as Cops Close In

Authorities said Monday that the suspect, identified by police as 37-year-old Steve Stephens , is still at large amid a manhunt that began in OH and spread to five states before expanding into a na...

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Saudis to shelve, reform billions of dollars of unfinished projects

Saudis to shelve, reform billions of dollars of unfinished projects

Four Saudi officers and eight soldiers were killed in a plane crash during a mission in the eastern Yemeni Province of Mareb, the Saudi-led coalition fighting rebels in Yemen on Tuesday said. "We are ...

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Turkish government extends emergency rule for 3 more months

Turkish government extends emergency rule for 3 more months

In a statement issued earlier on Monday, the department noted that in their preliminary assessment, global observers raised concerns about "irregularities on voting day and an uneven playing field" ...

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UK PM May Moves for Early General Election

Prime Minister Theresa May accused her opponents of "political game-playing" and undermining the country in the upcoming talks to exit the European Union. Sturgeon said on Twitter: 'The Tories see a...

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White House confirms Trump congratulated Erdogan on referendum win

Mustafa Akyol, a Turkish author and visiting fellow at Wellesley College, says even though supporters of this referendum are calling it a victory for democracy, he believes the reduced checks on pre...

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Next BJP national meet in city

Next BJP national meet in city

Describing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day visit to Odisha as "highly disappointing", the Congress leader said , "The PM did not utter a word about Odisha". "Shah will extensively tour the cou...

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Thousands of Oilers fans to take in game 1 of National Hockey League playoffs

Their last playoff game before Wednesday night was June 19 of the same year, when they lost to the Hurricanes in Raleigh, 3-1. Kassian lead the charge, destroying San Jose players at every opportuni...

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Steve Stephens found dead inside vehicle in Erie, Pa.

He was wanted on an aggravated murder charge in the shooting and death of a 74-year-old man who was picking up aluminium cans on Sunday after spending Easter with his family. Troopers acting on a tip ...

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International Monetary Fund sees 'progress' on Greece loan talks

International Monetary Fund sees 'progress' on Greece loan talks

It was confirmed at a meeting of eurozone ministers in Malta on Friday. "The big blocks have now been sorted out and now we just have the final stretch", Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem said afte...

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Election Commission asks AIADMK factions to stop using 'two leaves' symbol

Election Commission asks AIADMK factions to stop using 'two leaves' symbol

Both the factions have fielded their candidates for the April 12 by-election from the Radhakrishnan Nagar assembly constituency, a seat held by late Chief Minister J. The rebel faction led by Panneers...

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While Buhari praises Turkish referendum, European Union calls for "transparent investigations"

But it will be more hard for European Union leaders to ignore the allegations - as yet unproven - of serious election irregularities in a country that is still technically an EU accession state. Alev ...

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General election: Opposition leaders welcome announcement

The Conservatives now have a majority of just 17 from the last election in 2015 and some of their MPs have indicated they could vote against the government on key aspects of Brexit legislation. On...

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Palestinians in Israeli Jails begin Hunger Strike

Protests in support of the prisoners were held in the occupied West Bank on the first day of the strike on Monday, with youths clashing with Israeli security forces in Bethlehem. The Palestinian Priso...

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