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Pence says USA will review FTA signed with S.Korea

Pence says USA will review FTA signed with S.Korea

But the revelation could be damaging to the USA position in Asia, experts say, as it feeds the idea that President Trump cannot always be taken at his word. The discussions are to focus on economic an...

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Arkansas prepares to carry out first execution since 2005

He requested the Holy Communion as his last meal and declined to make a final statement, the Arkansas Department of Correction said. Lee, who was convicted and sentenced to death in the killing of ...

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Lyon, Besiktas handed suspended European bans by UEFA

Lyon, Besiktas handed suspended European bans by UEFA

Having won the opening leg 2-1 last week - a victory overshadowed by a lengthy delay due to crowd disturbances, which led to both clubs being charged by UEFA and facing a potential suspension from com...

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Colleges remain closed for third day in Kashmir

They were protesting against the raids on Pulwama College in which more than fifty students were injured, and the subsequent use of force against students. All examinations scheduled for Tuesday have ...

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Korea mock-up video shows missiles blowing up US

China has recently shown "tangible indications" that it is co-operating with the U.S.to turn up the pressure on Pyongyang, a senior State Department official said Monday. North Korea dubbed the move ...

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U.S. considers shooting down N.Korea missile tests

Pence arrived in Tokyo from South Korea, where he assured leaders of an "iron-clad" alliance with the United States in the face of the reclusive North, which has conducted a series of missile and nucl...

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Champs Elysées: French Media Releases Paris Shooter's Name

The attacker had been flagged as an extremist, according to two police officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to publicly discuss the investigation. President ...

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White House praises China for efforts to rein in N. Korea

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 o...

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Early results show defeat for Jakarta's Christian governor

Early results show defeat for Jakarta's Christian governor

But the governor - known by his nickname Ahok - lost a once-unassailable lead after a controversy erupted previous year over claims that he had insulted Islam, a grave charge in Indonesia. The defeat ...

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Food and Farm-Milk Dispute story

The association representing Quebec's dairy farmers said it's confident the Canadian government will continue to protect the supply management system which, despite Trump's views, has seen American da...

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South Korea on High Alert as the North Prepares Anniversary Army Celebration

South Korea on High Alert as the North Prepares Anniversary Army Celebration

North Korea's vice-foreign minister told the BBC Pyongyang would continue to test missiles and would launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike if it thought the United States was planning an attack. "I...

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Point Dem Loss in Special House Election Was a 'Scare'

Point Dem Loss in Special House Election Was a 'Scare'

The race pits one young, Democratic favorite - Jon Ossoff - against a number of viable Republican candidates, one of whom has a background in the GOP establishment, and another of whom seems to have c...

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North Korea puts its might on parade

North Korea puts its might on parade

The two-hour-long parade took place on a day officially known as the "Day of the Sun", the anniversary of the 1912 birth of Kim Il Sung, North Korea's founder and the current leader's grandfather. Nor...

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United States sends 2 more warships carrying 100 planes each to Korean Peninsula

Like the USS Carl Vinson, both vessels are more than 1,000ft long, and capable of carrying about 100 aircraft. There are fears Pyongyang is preparing to carry out a sixth nuclear test. It has said i...

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Paris shooting: Islamic State claims responsibility after policeman is killed

After killing the officer and injuring his colleagues just a few hundred metres from the Arc de Triomphe , the gunman was shot dead in return fire while trying to flee on foot, police sources said. B...

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All options need to be explored to rein in North Korea

All options need to be explored to rein in North Korea

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the United States was looking at ways to pressure North Korea over its nuclear program as North Korean state media warned the Americans of a "super-mighty preem...

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Champs Elysees Attack Belgian linked to drugs, not Paris attack: prosecutors

Two officials said Cheurfi was convicted in 2003 of attempted homicide in the shootings of two police officers. Cheurfi was being investigated by anti-terrorism authorities but was not on a watchlis...

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APNewsBreak: Baby orca! Last killer whale born at SeaWorld

Hendrik Nollens, Vice President of Veterinary Services for SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. SeaWorld's latest addition to their family of over two dozen orcas was born to 25-year-old Takara, who ...

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Paris Attack, French Elections, Heads And Hearts

Paris Attack, French Elections, Heads And Hearts

Three days ago, seeing that she was losing ground in opinion polls to centrist rival Emmanuel Macron, she pledged to end all immigration to France . French presidential candidate Francois Fillon sa...

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Australia urges China to rein in 'reckless' North Korea

Australia urges China to rein in 'reckless' North Korea

On Monday, Mr Pence travelled to the tense Demilitarised Zone dividing North and South Korea, where he warned North Korea's leaders that after years of testing the US and South Korea with its nuclear ...

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CGBSE class 10 2017 results announced

CGBSE class 10 2017 results announced

Vinita Patel from Saraswati Shish Mandir High school Masturi, Bilaspur secured the 2nd position with 97.67 percentage and Karan Sahu from Govt School Guma Raipur received the third position in the t...

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Palestinian prisoners on mass hunger strike

Palestinian prisoners on mass hunger strike

The umbrella body highlighted the deteriorating situation of those Palestinian prisoners who fall ill and are often neglected by the Israeli authorities. The prisoners' demands include more family vis...

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Clashes as tens of thousands protest over Venezuela crisis

It also reported the death of a 23-year-old woman shot by colectivos in San Cristobal. Venezuela is grappling with a new wave of political protest since April 4 that has led to the deaths of six p...

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'John 3:16' written on Aaron Hernandez's forehead, source says

'John 3:16' written on Aaron Hernandez's forehead, source says

Investigators determined Hernandez was alone at the time, and there were no signs of a struggle, the district attorney's office and state police said in a statement . Hernandez was a rising star with...

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US Calls North Korea's Failed Missile Test an Attempted Provocation

Experts believe North Korea needs about two or three more years of work before they refine their nuclear weapons and missiles enough to threaten the United States. They agree it's their first choice...

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Tillerson says "an unchecked Iran" could become another North Korea

Rex Tillerson, the U.S. secretary of state, accused Tehran of "alarming provocations" throughout the Middle East, only 24 hours after admitting Iran was abiding by the terms of a deal to curb its nucl...

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US Spy Planes Watching for Possible North Korea Nuke Test

US Spy Planes Watching for Possible North Korea Nuke Test

The recently-developed relationship between the US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping is clearly showing some positive signs, he said. "China's position on opposing a nuclea...

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GOP Under Pressure as Tax Reform Deadline Approaches

And Democratic aides say more tricks are coming. "Ezra Levin, IndivisibleOn Monday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer reiterated the claim that Trump can't release his taxes because they are...

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Unite 'suspends' Len McCluskey challenger Gerard Coyne

Voting ended on Wednesday and the ballots were counted on Friday at the Electoral Reform Society. Len McCluskey is being accused of "panic and desperation" after his rival in the bitter Unite leader...

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Zarif Slams US for 'Adversely' Affecting Iran's Normal Trade

Zarif Slams US for 'Adversely' Affecting Iran's Normal Trade

It was the first such notification under US President Donald Trump. Trump supported Britain's decision to leave the European Union and has previously said he expected other countries to do the same....

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Unproclaimed Sharia? Two Men Stabbed For Supporting Sonu Nigam In Madhya Pradesh

Unproclaimed Sharia? Two Men Stabbed For Supporting Sonu Nigam In Madhya Pradesh

A case of attempted murder under Section 307 of the IPC has been filed against the accused, Mohammad Nagori and Faizan Khan, the Madhavnagar police station in-charge MS Parmar, according to a report i...

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Ann Coulter rejects Berkeley's bid to reschedule speech

University chiefs had sent a letter to the Berkeley College Republicans, one of the student groups responsible for the event, saying they were rescheduling the Coulter's appearance after consulting ...

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Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee uses social media to bond with regional leaders

Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee uses social media to bond with regional leaders

BJP leaders said that the TMC workers were doing so because they were rattled by the growing popularity of the BJP. Party sources said TMC chief Ms Banerjee, who is also the state chief minister, will...

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Paris attack: Prosecutors investigate gunman's terror links after shooting

The Islamic State said the attack was carried out by "Abu Yousuf al-Baljiki" (the Belgian). Police officers control passersby near the Champs Elysees in Paris after a shooting on April 20, 2017. O...

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Canadian PM responds to Trump's criticism of dairy industry

Trump and Gentiloni took questions from reporters following a brief Oval Office meeting and bilateral meeting between the two leaders and their respective delegations. It mimicked versions of the so-c...

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