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Defense Secretary Meets With Indian National Security Advisor

Defense Secretary Meets With Indian National Security Advisor

Doyal also met Senator John McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and Senator Richard Burr, chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Greek Defence Minister Panos Kam...

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Life is an intense thriller starring two goofballs

Life is an intense thriller starring two goofballs

Calvin does not like this one bit. It slithers all over the ship, feeding and growing, as the astronauts desperately try to figure out how to stop it from escaping all the way to Earth. Jack was also...

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Boy, 17, dies after amateur boxing match in Derbyshire

Boy, 17, dies after amateur boxing match in Derbyshire

According to the Daily Mail's Giulia Crouch "the youngster had shaken the hand of his opponent's coach and had returned back to the centre of the ring for the decision where he had then collapsed"...

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Germany midfielder Weigl ruled out of Azerbaijan clash

Ozil tweeted to his 14.6million followers: "Back in training and just one more day until #AZEGER". Die Mannschaft are now top of Group C with a maximum 12 points, having scored 16 goals without repl...

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Apple now lets you order the brand new iPad and red iPhone

All Apple resellers; Rs82,000 onwards. A hint of that was already seen in last year's iPhone 7 Jet Black edition, which was hard to find throughout the holiday season. The less-frills iPhone SE lin...

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Eskom calls on South Africa to switch off for Earth Hour

Buckingham Palace, Blackpool Tower, Brighton Pier, the Senedd Building in Cardiff, the Kelpies sculpture in Falkirk and Edinburgh Castle are among those taking part. "We are seeing it across the globe...

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Cheaper Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Hints Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release

Cheaper Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Hints Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release

According to Science Times , Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is a compelling rival to Apple's MacBook Pro 2016. Coming to Microsoft Surface Pro 5 specs and features, it's a tablet that could possibly repla...

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Hong Kong shopping centre escalator reverses direction injuring 18 shoppers

Hong Kong shopping centre escalator reverses direction injuring 18 shoppers

One man injured his head and was sent to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, said a police spokeswoman, SCMP reported. Video footage showed the escalator changing its direction at a high speed, causing a ...

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Kentucky's freshmen upstage the Lonzo Ball show

Kentucky's freshmen upstage the Lonzo Ball show

While repeatedly saying he loves UCLA , Alford has not denied interest in returning to his home state. UCLA headed back to California, where it will wonder whether Coach Steve Alford will stray to ...

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Piggy Bank' turtle Omsin dies after good luck coins poison her blood

Piggy Bank' turtle Omsin dies after good luck coins poison her blood

The initial surgery on March 6 seemed to go well, but a second operation had to be performed after the turtle underwent a checkup on Saturday. The reptile - named Omsin, which means "piggy bank" in ...

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Gators down Badgers at buzzer in instant March classic

Gators down Badgers at buzzer in instant March classic

Florida and Wisconsin gave us a furious comeback in regulation, a ridiculous running three-pointer to force overtime, an incredible chasedown block to keep it close and then an identical and even mor...

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AT&T, Verizon join Google ad boycott

Last week The Times newspaper reported that some advertisements had been placed alongside videos promoting terrorism or anti-Semitism on YouTube, leading to the controversy regarding Google's ad o...

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Tens of thousands affected by ABTA website data breach

Tens of thousands affected by ABTA website data breach

Around 1,000 of the accessed files may include personal identity information relating to customers of ABTA members, submitted in support of their complaint about an ABTA member. The company also advis...

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Police Have Made Two Further Arrests in Connection With the London Attack

Police Have Made Two Further Arrests in Connection With the London Attack

An assailant stabbed a policeman and was shot by police just outside Britain's parliament building in London on Wednesday in what police described as a "terrorist incident". In her address to Parl...

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Amazon to begin charging sales tax in Maine

Amazon to begin charging sales tax in Maine

ME is one of only six states where Amazon does not collect and send sales tax to state government. ME was the last state with a statewide sales tax where the company didn't have an agreement to collec...

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Give details of 271 illegal immigrants

Give details of 271 illegal immigrants

The Donald Trump administration has given a list of 271 people, claiming they were illegal migrants from India. "We have asked for the same". Indian officials said they know little about the specifi...

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Android 7.0 Updates Now Rolling Out To Samsung Galaxy S6+ Edge

The update will likely bring several bug fixes and performance improvements. Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is already running on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat, an update that the carrier rolled o...

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Graham signals support for nuclear option if Democrats filibuster Gorsuch vote

As the leading Democrat in the Senate, Schumer's opposition to Gorsuch isn't surprising, but going a step further and saying that he would vote against cloture was the loudest telegraph yet of potenti...

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Trump's healthcare bill hits a Great Big Wall in Congress

Trump's healthcare bill hits a Great Big Wall in Congress

But now, in the aftermath of his failure on health care, it is he who is not standing on stable ground. "Not 210. Not 215", Ryan said at Friday's press conference. Trump has proven that when he attack...

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Backed Forces Launch 'Daring Offensive' to Take Taqba Dam from ISIS

Backed Forces Launch 'Daring Offensive' to Take Taqba Dam from ISIS

The coalition, of which India is not a part, has made significant progress in the fight against ISIS. The US military, along with Kurdish forces and the multi-ethnic Syrian Democratic Forces rebel g...

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Spacewalking Astronauts Prep Station for New Parking Spot

Spacewalkers made progress today on preparations at the International Space Station for the arrival of the first commerclal space taxis, which could happen as early as this year. The plan for the fi...

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Top Republicans Mourn Failure Of Obamacare Repeal

During a 3pm telephone call, the two men made a decision to withdraw the bill rather than watch its defeat on the House floor. Over a lunch of chicken and Brussel sprouts, Trump and Ryan, joined by ...

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Straight From the Vet: The Mystery of April the Giraffe's Labor

Straight From the Vet: The Mystery of April the Giraffe's Labor

The zoo said Thursday morning April was moving a little slower at breakfast, but otherwise appeared to be her usual self. Responding to a question, Patch said, "April continues to be herself - thoug...

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Google Ad controversy spreads beyond the UK

A number of United Kingdom companies were the first to pull their advertising from Google earlier this week after it was discovered that their ads were being shown alongside videos from the Ku Klux Kl...

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Antoine Griezmann on the verge of Manchester United move

Antoine Griezmann on the verge of Manchester United move

He told me that he would stay if I stayed. And I said, 'Yes, why would I not stay?' And they began to work with the representatives for everything that had to be signed. "We're about to move to a new ...

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Mike Pence sparks outrage with all-male heath-care bill photo

Mike Pence sparks outrage with all-male heath-care bill photo

Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) re-tweeted a photo of the GOP Freedom Caucus meeting to discuss healthcare Thursday afternoon, with a nod toward a notable error: there is not a single woman or person o...

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Origami-inspired robot to serve as scout for Mars rovers

Origami-inspired robot to serve as scout for Mars rovers

The robot may one day accompany a rover on Mars missions, assisting by tucking in its wheels, making itself flat and maneuvering into places the bigger rover can not. The robot is expected to change t...

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Earth Hour celebrates its 10 year anniversary

Be a part of the change you wish to see and fight against Climate Change. "The government has set ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions over the coming decades - and I will continue to urge...

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Five killed, at least 40 injured in London terror attack

Five killed, at least 40 injured in London terror attack

Police also said they seized more than 2,700 items, which includes " massive amounts of computer data ". "We've received hundreds of uploads of video images to our online platform". He was a perip...

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Earth Hour to be celebrated tonight

Switching off lights during Earth Hour is meant not so much to save energy, although a lot has been saved over the past decade, but to show commitment to decisive action in confronting global warming....

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