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At least 31 Somali refugees killed in raid off Yemen coast

At least 31 Somali refugees killed in raid off Yemen coast

He said that panic erupted among the refugees when the helicopter opened fire. In January, a senior United Nations official said it is estimated that the death toll in the conflict has surpassed 10,...

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Philippine VP slams drug war

Philippine VP slams drug war

MANILA-A group of Philippine human rights lawyers filed murder complaints Tuesday against eight policemen accused of killing a father and his son past year at the start of a campaign to bring lawsuits...

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U.S. industrial output in February flat, manufacturing gains

U.S. industrial output in February flat, manufacturing gains

That decline offset the gains in manufacturing and mining, to keep the overall Industrial Production index unchanged, after a drop of 0.1 percent in the prior month, also attributed to unusually high ...

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Tillerson calls for

Tillerson calls for "new approach" to North Korea, no details

Tillerson's comments appeared to address concerns from China, which has long held that North Korea pursued nuclear weapons out of fear that the USA wanted to topple the regime established by Kim Jong ...

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Republicans Who Will Ultimately Make The Obamacare Repeal Fail

Meadows and other Freedom Caucus leaders are crafting an amendment to the legislation that they have indicated would secure conservative support, and he said the provision is likely to be released n...

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Lok Sabha Passes Amended Enemy Property Bill

Lok Sabha Passes Amended Enemy Property Bill

There is now more clarity on the properties that had already been acquired by the successors of the "enemy" property owners, regarding the nationals of Pakistan and China. The last of these ordinances...

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Tillerson calls for 'new approach' to North Korea, but no details

Tillerson calls for 'new approach' to North Korea, but no details

A North Korean soldier looks at the south side while U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is visiting the border village of Panmunjom, which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, South K...

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'Got any better ideas?' China asks on North Korea

'Got any better ideas?' China asks on North Korea

But as his baptism of fire in crisis diplomacy begins, the former oil executive will likely have to tighten his purse strings. "If they elevate the threat of their threat weapons program to a level ...

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South Dakota opponents take on Keystone XL pipeline in court

South Dakota opponents take on Keystone XL pipeline in court

The underground crude-oil pipeline, which has a price tag of $8 billion, would span a total of 1,179 miles from Hardisty, Alberta to Steele City on Nebraska's southern border, where it would hook into...

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3 soldiers, 8 militants killed in operation

3 soldiers, 8 militants killed in operation

Pakistani troops effectively responded and killed six terrorists. Haneef Atmar the National Security Advisor for President Ghani has arrived in London to attend at Afghanistan, Pakistani and UK Tril...

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Not in the race to become Uttar Pradesh chief minister: Manoj Sinha

Not in the race to become Uttar Pradesh chief minister: Manoj Sinha

It is also being reported that Finance Ministery Arun Jaitley who is also in charge of the defence ministry will also take over Home Ministry now led by Rajnath Singh. The names of BJP's three forme...

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Amgen Tanks On Heart-Study; Shares Of Other Drugmakers Tumble

Sabatine, MD, the Lewis Dexter, MD, Distinguished Chair in Cardiovascular Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, chair of the Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction (TIMI) study group and ...

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Investment in agriculture, not loan waiver, solution to farmers' problems: Fadnavis

Investment in agriculture, not loan waiver, solution to farmers' problems: Fadnavis

To prove his point that loan waiver has not worked in resolving farmers' problems, a combative Fadnavis cited that after a waiver was granted in 2009, almost 16,000 farmers committed suicide over the ...

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White House tries to soothe British leaders angry over Trump wiretap claims

White House tries to soothe British leaders angry over Trump wiretap claims

The British government has been assured the USA will not repeat claims that a United Kingdom intelligence agency was involved in alleged surveillance of President Donald Trump, a spokesman for Prime M...

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Wisconsin Approves CBD Oil

Wisconsin Approves CBD Oil

The measure approved by the Senate would instead place the lieutenant governor on that board. Cannabis oil . Also Tuesday, the Assembly unanimously passed Senate Bill 10 , which would increase acc...

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Demi Lovato Used a Powerful Picture to Celebrate Her Sobriety on Instagram

Demi Lovato Used a Powerful Picture to Celebrate Her Sobriety on Instagram

And although her journey to be sober has been hard, it is all worth it. Demi Lovato even added that submitting is the major key of fighting one's demons. In 2010, she checked herself into rehab afte...

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Ex-Team Sky rider reveals secret injection of vitamins

Ex-Team Sky rider reveals secret injection of vitamins

In a statement released on Thursday, Team Sky said: "The senior management team were made aware of this immediately and an investigation was initiated". Edmondson's secret, however, was revealed when ...

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Japan, US agree to urge N. Korea to halt nuke, missile programs

Japan, US agree to urge N. Korea to halt nuke, missile programs

In a busy election office in downtown Seoul, alongside rooms crammed with staff and computers, Democratic lawmaker Song Young-gil rejected accusations that his party is "anti-American" and said South ...

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Doctors: It's time to stop ignoring climate change health impact

The report also aims to be a call-to-arms for the medical profession, highlighting that proactive steps to combat pollution cannot only slow down warming but also save lives. Both the United Nations f...

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Pakistan to open Torkham, Chaman border crossings on March 7 and 8

Pakistan to open Torkham, Chaman border crossings on March 7 and 8

Pakistan often accuses Afghanistan-based terrorists of staging attacks in the country. "Effective presence, vigilance and response repulsed terrorists attempt", read the statement. . "The enemies ...

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Lawmakers Accuse FBI Of Withholding Information In Trump-Russia Probe

Lindsay Graham, who sits on a subcommittee that's seeking Federal Bureau of Investigation answers, said earlier that he would subpoena the agency for information if it wasn't provided to him and fello...

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Judge Points To British Intel On Alleged Wiretapping

Judge Points To British Intel On Alleged Wiretapping

A Fox News analyst has asserted that former President Barack Obama had asked British intelligence to surveil President Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign. The House Intelligence Comm...

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Death toll from Guatemala children's shelter fire rises

Death toll from Guatemala children's shelter fire rises

One protester argued in an interview with Ruptly that the fire had not been an accident, but a state plan to silence those who could reveal the sexual abuses that allegedly occured inside the shelter....

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Palace tells European Union parliament, 'Our democracy works'

Palace tells European Union parliament, 'Our democracy works'

The same resolution also called on Philippine officials to "immediately halt ongoing proceedings to reinstate the death penalty". The resolution urged the European Union to "support the establishmen...

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Did Goa Congress MLA resign to make way for Manohar Parrikar?

Did Goa Congress MLA resign to make way for Manohar Parrikar?

Earlier today, Digvijaya Singh, who is facing flak for his handling of the Goa polls, claimed his proposal for a pre-poll alliance with Goa Forward was "sabotaged" by his own party leaders. "It is my ...

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Merkel Hits Back Over Turkish 'Nazi Practices' Comments

Merkel Hits Back Over Turkish 'Nazi Practices' Comments

The BfV domestic intelligence agency said divisions in Turkey leading up to the April 16 referendum on boosting the powers of President Tayyip Erdogan were mirrored in Germany. Three MPs from the Germ...

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Russian Spy Ship Returns to US Coast, Seen Off Georgia

Russian Spy Ship Returns to US Coast, Seen Off Georgia

Its voyages are the latest in an alarming string of incidents involving the Russian military, which President Donald Trump addressed back February. During its current visit, the trawler has been spo...

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Tillerson in South Korea in search of 'new approach' on North Korea

Tillerson in South Korea in search of 'new approach' on North Korea

He will also visit South Korea and China to discuss cooperation against the threat of North Korea's nuclear program. The Commerce Department last week announced that a Chinese tech firm, ZTE, would ...

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UK's Conservatives fined over electoral spending

UK's Conservatives fined over electoral spending

Speaking to BBC Radio 4, senior Conservative MP Oliver Letwin said that " mistakes " were probably made due to a " human error " and did not amount to a malicious attempt to rig the elections. Under e...

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Governor appoints Parrikar as CM, asks him to prove majority

Governor appoints Parrikar as CM, asks him to prove majority

The governor invited Parrikar to form government, after he met her late on Sunday and submitted letters of support from 21 MLAs, which includes three legislators each from two regional parties, namely...

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North Korea warns U.S. of 'merciless' attacks

North Korea warns U.S. of 'merciless' attacks

And if this isn't meant in a nuclear context, this would mean that the USA aimed to assassinate the dictator. That being said , the secretary's mission to East Asia and China in particular is to re...

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Japan agrees with USA that North Korea's weapons

Japan agrees with USA that North Korea's weapons "not permissible"

The goal of - part of the objective of my visit to the region is to exchange views on a new approach. Japan and South Korea both host tens of thousands of USA troops. During the joint news conferenc...

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Digvijaya Singh Slams Goa Governor For Inviting BJP To Form Govt

Digvijaya Singh Slams Goa Governor For Inviting BJP To Form Govt

Laxmikanth Parsekar, who lost the Mandrem seat to Congress candidate Dayanand Sopte, said that a fractured mandate might be hard to carry out developmental works in the state. Accusing the Governor of...

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Tillerson: 20 years of diplomatic efforts to end NK nuclear program failed

Tillerson: 20 years of diplomatic efforts to end NK nuclear program failed

USA officials are reviewing options that could include a pre-emptive military strike and renewed talks with North Korea . North Korea has a long-standing ambition to become a nuclear power and co...

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Euro Falls As Le Pen Gains In French Polls

Euro Falls As Le Pen Gains In French Polls

According to a transcript of the LBC interview, which was conducted by anti-EU British politician Nigel Farage, Le Pen said the decision to host Macron was inconsistent with May's own stance on deli...

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