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Theresa May: Conservatives must not take local election results for granted

Theresa May: Conservatives must not take local election results for granted

Conservatives have made historic advances in local elections across the United Kingdom, gaining more than 500 councillors, winning tightly-fought battles for elected mayors in the West Midlands and Te...

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US reaches agreement with China on beef, poultry and natural gas exports

It also grants more access to American credit rating agencies, bond underwriters and other financial service businesses. The deal was reached weeks after Chinese President Xi Jinping and Donald Trum...

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Sacked AAP Minister Kapil Mishra Goes on Fast, Attacked at Site

The AAP said the youth belonged to the BJP's youth wing and tweeted screenshots of its leader Ankit Bharadwaj. Though Bhardwaj later said he was angry at Mishra for having brought a bad name to the ...

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Russians 'Laughing' Over Dems Tying Election Loss to Comey

Russians 'Laughing' Over Dems Tying Election Loss to Comey

According to the Washington Post , the White House did not know the photographer was also a member of the Russian state news agency when he was admitted, and former US intelligence officials are criti...

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Israeli government shutters state news show with just an hour's notice

Israeli government shutters state news show with just an hour's notice

IBA's closure has been in the works for more than a year, but the end came suddenly. The ostensible reason for ending the public broadcasting program was the reorganization of broadcasting through a n...

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BC election results are 'beginning of something different,' Clark says

Forty-four seats are needed for a majority. I'll also show you why the BC Liberals could still form a majority government based on a recount and absentee ballots from the riding of Courtney-Comox, w...

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Talks between USA and North Korea possible

The North Korean delegation was in Beijing and was returning to Pyongyang. The agency said that Choe Son Hui, North Korea's foreign ministry director general for U.S. "Most political people would ...

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Police say 77 injured in Macedonia clashes

The leader of Macedonia's opposition Social Democrat party leader was one of those attacked and he has been greeted by hundreds of supporters. Police, who were heavily outnumbered by protesters, event...

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French President-elect Emmanuel Macron prepares for challenges ahead

Macron had the EU anthem " Ode to Joy " play as he took the stage for his victory rally. Macron reached out to Le Pen's supporters in a plea for unity after a vicious election campaign that expose...

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Russian Federation begins plan to 'de-escalate' Syrian war

Rudskoi also told reporters that Russian Federation wanted to restore an agreement with the United States to coordinate air operations over Syria and reduce the risk of aircraft colliding. The Russian...

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Trump says he might release tax returns after leaving office

It is dated as being from March 8th, 2017. "With a few exceptions ... your tax returns do not reflect (1) any income of any type from Russian sources, (2) any debt owed by you or TTO [The Trump O...

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North Korea claims sovereign right to ruthlessly punish Americans

In their phone call, Trump congratulated Moon on his election victory and his country's "peaceful, democratic transition of power", a White House statement said. The Trump administration has unfolded...

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82 released Chibok schoolgirls arrive in Nigerian capital

82 released Chibok schoolgirls arrive in Nigerian capital

Speaking while presenting a peace flag to the Nigerian army, at the Army Headquarters Garrison, Abuja, Princess Lillian Cosmos, FCT Coordinator, Africa Arise for Change Network commended President Buh...

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Abu Sayyaf plot to kidnap tourists on Palawan island

Abu Sayyaf plot to kidnap tourists on Palawan island

Until recently, foreign governments had not warned of kidnapping threats in the central and western Philippines. President Rodrigo Duterte has insisted that security has been increased on the island...

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Kushner Family Sell US Visas in China for $500000

Kushner Family Sell US Visas in China for $500000

Nicole Kushner Meyer, sister of Ivanka's husband, Jared Kushner, promoted the USD500,000 visas - which grant United States permanent residency - at one of the events in a Beijing hotel ballroom this p...

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Russian Federation probe: Flynn ordered to hand over papers

Russian Federation probe: Flynn ordered to hand over papers

It is the first subpoena the committee has announced in the course of its Russian Federation investigation - a step Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., was long reticent to take. The committee had announce...

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Ransomware takes down hospitals, businesses in at least 2 countries

According to security experts, it exploited a vulnerability that was discovered and developed by the National Security Agency. Some reports said Russian Federation had seen more infections than an...

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I might release tax returns -- when I'm out of office

The lawyers wrote that Trump did earn income from a $95 million Florida property sale to a Russian billionaire in 2008 and from a 2013 Miss Universe pageant held in Moscow. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C, as...

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Assam Goods and Services Tax Bill, 2017 introduced in assembly

Assam Goods and Services Tax Bill, 2017 introduced in assembly

Presently, inflation was likely to fall by 0.5 per cent and after fourth year, the state's revenue would increase substantially and stabilise possibly after 10 years, he said adding that five/six taxe...

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Obama-era Methane Emission Regulations Stand

Obama-era Methane Emission Regulations Stand

Efforts to revise or repeal the rules may take years, with proposals to change or eliminate federal regulations requiring public hearings, and expert analysis needed to help overcome any legal c...

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PM Modi visits Sri Dalada Maligawa Temple in Kandy

PM Modi visits Sri Dalada Maligawa Temple in Kandy

A 1987 accord between India and Sri Lanka provides that their territories not be used for activities deemed prejudicial to each other's unity, integrity and security. Modi said the health and well bei...

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United Kingdom local elections: Conservatives score big gains, huge win for PM May

But political pundits had already predicted the beginning of the end for the far-right phenomenon after Nigel Farage had stepped down as leader to make way for Paul Nuttall, who has so far failed to m...

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White House Questions Whether Yates' Warnings on Flynn Driven by Politics

Spicer further labeled Yates an "Obama appointee", up for a top position if Hillary Clinton defeated Trump in the presidential election, strongly hinting that her two visits to the White House were po...

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: Funding for UNESCO will be frozen

Sweden was the only European country that voted in favor of the resolution, which disputed Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem and harshly criticized the Jewish state for several projects in the ...

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Erdogan hopeful for breakthrough in dispute on arming Kurds

Asked about the timing of an assault on Islamic State's de facto capital in Syria, Hevdeli told a news conference: "I can't specify exactly, I believe entering and storming the city will happen at the...

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Syrian Kurdish forces say they will push on to IS capital

According to US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who talked to Yildirim in London on Thursday, there is no doubt the two countries can work through the tensions caused by the decision to arm the YPG. Was...

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Russian photographer on White House outrage: 'This is nonsense'

However, the meeting was covered by TASS, the state-run media of Russian Federation. The photos came the day after the president fired FBI director James Comey , who had been running an investigati...

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Chibok schoolgirls undergoing medical screening: minister

Minister of women's affairs and social development Aisha Alhassan said: "We will not relent until all are back", as she addressed reporters in the capital Abuja. She said: "From what we know of other ...

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With a few exceptions

President Trump hints in a new interview that he may wait until he leaves office to release his tax returns . It's a tactic Trump and his supporters have also employed with respect to the ong...

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S Korea Leader Moon Scraps State Issued History Books

S Korea Leader Moon Scraps State Issued History Books

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed Friday to boost their countries' cooperation in dealing with various global issues while enhancing their bilateral trade r...

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China trade deal is big, but not that big

The agreement on LNG is one of 10 initial actions, released by the White House Wednesday under the framework of the US-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue, aimed at promoting economic engagement and...

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Comey infuriated Trump with refusal to preview Senate testimony: Aides

Rosenstein, who has been in office for about two weeks, wrote a letter recommending Comey's dismissal - at Trump's request - that the White House has used as justification for the firing. McCabe, who ...

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Laptops to be banned on flights from Europe

Laptops to be banned on flights from Europe

The Trump administration is preparing to ban large electronic devices from the cabins of flights from Europe, extending restrictions imposed earlier this year on flights from 10 airports in the Middl...

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BC has first minority government in 65 years

NDP leader John Horgan urged supporters to hang tight, noting the votes have not all been counted yet. Weaver, in a speech to a cheering crowd south of Vancouver, pledged to work so "that the benef...

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Donald Trump signs executive order to establish voter fraud investigation

Kobach has long argued that voter fraud is rampant and widespread and has been prosecuting cases in his home state of Kansas. Sanders said that the commission will review policies and practices that...

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