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Washington will continue to pressure North Korea: White House

Washington will continue to pressure North Korea: White House

He said that he has spoken with Warmbier's family and called them "incredible" considering "what they've gone through". Seated next to the president of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, Trump said Warmbier...

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Republican Handel wins Georgia House seat in key contest

Republican Handel wins Georgia House seat in key contest

Georgia voters steadily streamed into suburban Atlanta polling places Tuesday to decide the most expensive House race in USA history and put weeks of television ads, phone calls and ringing doorb...

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Trump decries 'brutal' North Korea as student dies

The coroner's office in Hamilton County, Ohio, said it had accepted Warmbier's case but had only performed an external examination on his body because the family had objected to an autopsy. "Frankly,...

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OnePlus 5 vs OnePlus 3T: What's the difference?

That means the display offers a digital cinema-like viewing experience, with support for more vibrant red and greens. The iPhone's dual-camera setup rolls with one 12-megapixel camera and on...

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Public funeral planned for Otto Warmbier

In their joint military exercises, the United States and South Korea have rehearsed preemptive strikes against North Korea , ones created to kill Kim Jong-un before he has a chance to press the prove...

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Australia's military suspends air operations over Syria

Australia's military suspends air operations over Syria

Tuesday's statement from the global coalition stressed that the worldwide effort remained focused on ISIS but said that coalition forces had the right to self-defense. The 48-hour truce that had start...

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Station explosion being treated as terror attack

Aside from the man who allegedly wore the bomb belt, there are no other deaths from the incident, Reuters reported . Authorities have since cordoned off the area located near the city's famed Grand...

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Amid turmoil, Queen Elizabeth says Britain sombre but steadfast

Amid turmoil, Queen Elizabeth says Britain sombre but steadfast

Public anger was mounting as residents and neighbours demanded answers for how the blaze spread so quickly amid reports that contractors installed a cheaper, less flame-resistant type of exterior pane...

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Galveston residents prepare as Tropical Storm Cindy approaches

Galveston residents prepare as Tropical Storm Cindy approaches

The winds were shearing the storm by causing some of the low-level circulation to be centered southwest, relative to the upper level part of the storm through Tuesday afternoon. It's also likely to im...

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Spicer seeks more strategic role at White House

Pressed again for an answer - given that the heads of multiple agencies in the intelligence community , including former FBI Director James Comey , have said Russians definitely interfered in the ...

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South Korea President Criticizes North On Death

North Korean officials reportedly said Warmbier had been in a coma for over a year, nearly the entire time he was incarcerated. When asked if he thought the last administration could've done mor...

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Public funeral planned for US student freed from North Korea

Relatives have said they were told by U.S. envoys that North Korean officials claimed Warmbier contracted botulism after his trial and lapsed into a coma after taking a sleeping pill. It was unclear...

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Postmortem underway for US student released by North Korea

He said the form would require Americans to affirm they're aware of what's transpired to other US citizens, such as Warmbier, whom the senator said was "murdered" by the North. They did not cite a spe...

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Trump calls Warmbier's death 'total disgrace'

Otto Warmbier, the American student who was imprisoned in North Korea before being returned to the USA in a coma has died in a Cincinnati hospital. Preliminary findings from the autopsy of a Unive...

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Donald Trump calls Otto Warmbier death a 'total disgrace'

Richardson calls on North Korea to release three Americans and a Canadian detained in the country in response to Monday's death of University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier (WORM'-bir). Tuesday...

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Spicer expected to take less public role

But Trump has also been intrigued in the past by the possibility of hiring conservative talk radio host Laura Ingraham as his press secretary . White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer defen...

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Trump restores restrictions on Cuba

As a part of the deal forged with Cuban President Raul Castro, Obama eased economic and trade restrictions that dated back to the USA embargo on Cuba that began in the 1960s. Because of the heighten...

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Longest day of the year means summer is officially here

Longest day of the year means summer is officially here

The winter solstice occurs on the same day in June and the summer solstice the same day in December. The Summer Solstice comes after the Vernal (Spring) Equinox, which fell on March 20. At the Art...

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NASA Discovers 219 New Planets with Kepler Mission; 10 Are Earth-Size

The method used by space missions for the detection of exoplanets is that of planetary transit , the observation of the decline in luminosity of a star when a planet passes in front of its disc. ...

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Tesla: Goodbye Detroit, Hello China Assembly Plant

Tesla: Goodbye Detroit, Hello China Assembly Plant

The stock subtracted in the prior trading session by -0.43%, closing at the stock price of $369.8. Berenberg Bank raised Tesla from a "hold" rating to a "buy" rating and boosted their price target f...

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Iran's missile strikes in Syria send 'message' to region

Iran's missile strikes in Syria send 'message' to region

In an address to the US House Foreign Affairs Committee last Wednesday, Tillerson claimed that Iran continues activities and interventions that destabilise the Middle East. Iran's homemade missiles, i...

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Snap shares fall after Instagram Stories reports user growth

Snap shares fall after Instagram Stories reports user growth

Instagram is also changing its live video feature so users can now share those live videos to their Stories. After deciding to clone Snapchat's Stories feature and roll it out to Instagram last A...

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Still no comment from Trump on London attack

Still no comment from Trump on London attack

They also expressed frustration that attacks on the Muslim community have received little coverage or sympathy. "During the night, ordinary British citizens were set upon while they were going about...

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Two systems could turn into next named storms

Two systems could turn into next named storms

Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad, Tobago, and Grenada. A broad surface low forming in the Gulf of Honduras has a high chance of developing into a tropical depression or storm that could threaten...

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Volkswagen's new Polo is mint

Volkswagen's new Polo is mint

But in the view of Juergen Stackmann, profit margin is of the essence here. The 2018 Volkswagen Polo will be officially launched in November in Europe and will be released in 14 body paint optio...

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Coal power could be dying for good - here's the evidence

Coal power could be dying for good - here's the evidence

Last year, solar energy was the single largest source of new electricity generation added to our nation's electric grid, contributing about 40 percent of the total. There are many ways to fight climat...

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Korean regime over death of detained American student

He was eventually sentenced to 15 years of hard labour at a show trial. The North claimed Warmbier fell into a coma soon after he was sentenced a year ago, saying he had contracted botulism and be...

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IT dept slaps charges against Lalu family under Benami Transactions Act

IT dept slaps charges against Lalu family under Benami Transactions Act

Both Bharti and her husband have skipped I-T summons in the past. Lalu is already in a spot of bother after the Supreme Court ordered a separate trial for him in the fodder scam case. In the notice,...

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Nokia Goes Big On Digital Health With Connected Portfolio

Nokia Goes Big On Digital Health With Connected Portfolio

While Hutchings wouldn't reveal the extent of how the coaching worked (such as the degree of human or AI components) he did say Nokia plans to continue building out the app to incorporate findings fro...

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Scientists trace how cats spread

Scientists trace how cats spread

During that time, their genes have changed little from those of wildcats, apart from picking up one recent tweak: the distinctive stripes and dots of the tabby cat . Note that the two most widespread...

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Whole Foods CEO calls deal with Amazon 'whirlwind courtship'

Based on a similar premium to that applied in the Whole Foods deal, Turner suggested that a price of $55 a share for GrubHub "is well within the realm of possibility". This is of huge value to Bezos...

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NDA's Prez nominee Ram Nath Kovind meets Home Minister Rajnath Singh

The election for the next President of India is to be held on July 17 as President Pranab Mukherjee will demit the office on July 25. "On the BJP fielding a Dalit candidate, Azad said, ". Patnai...

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Trinidad & Tobago to close schools, offices ahead of storm

Trinidad & Tobago to close schools, offices ahead of storm

Landfall somewhere along the Gulf Coast would likely be around Wednesday or Thursday, according to Accuweather. Officials said Bret has 40 miles per hour winds and is moving west-northwest at 30 mil...

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered standalone could launch today

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered standalone could launch today

According to the leaked information, the game is set to arrive on June 27 - one week after its proposed June 20 release - and is set to sell for $39.99. Activision is yet to announce anything, but if ...

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Spotify Is Testing 'Sponsored Songs' In Playlists

Spotify Is Testing 'Sponsored Songs' In Playlists

It is now on trial and so is only available to a small selection of users. Now the changes, which impact both the Spotify mobile and desktop apps, are only visible to free users. These songs are p...

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