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ICBMs may be part of North Korea's Day of the Sun

China's Global Times newspaper, which is published by the People's Daily, the Communist Party's official paper, said North Korea must have felt the shockwave from the 11-ton "mother of all bombs" dr...

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British leader says no to televised debates

British leader says no to televised debates

However, during an interview on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Mrs May said: "We won't be doing television debates". The Prime Minister confirmed on Wednesday that she will not face Mr Corbyn and ot...

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn slams the brakes on second referendum speculation

Of course, Miliband lost his general election, despite some radical ideas to reshape the economy. The former business secretary held the south-west London seat from 1997 to 2016, when he was the mos...

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Good riddance to Bill O'Reilly

Good riddance to Bill O'Reilly

The muted response stood in stark contrast to how O'Reilly defended himself against sexual harassment allegations back in 2004, and the scorched earth counteroffensive mounted last summer by support...

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Easy choice: Browns CB Haden wants Garrett with No. 1 pick

The Texans have J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney already and would happily add Garrett. Every team misses. We're not going to be different in that regard. The team seems prepared to make a run at a qu...

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Gary Cohn 'top candidate for chief of staff'

Gary Cohn 'top candidate for chief of staff'

The omissions were an "administrative error", Kushner lawyer Jamie Gorelick said . Mark Zaid, an attorney who specializes in security clearances and who holds a top secret security clearance hims...

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Nigerian pastor, Omotoso, investigated for sexual misconduct in S'Africa

Nigerian pastor, Omotoso, investigated for sexual misconduct in S'Africa

Officers have confirmed they're investigating allegations of human trafficking against the televangelist - who leads a church in Durban. Church members who spoke to The Mercury on condition of anony...

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Indian contingents to stay in Haiti as United Nations ends peacekeeping

Indian contingents to stay in Haiti as United Nations ends peacekeeping

Liu expressed hope that the worldwide community, including countries in the region, will continue to contribute to improving conditions in Haiti, help build a stronger national police force, and suppo...

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North Korea warns of 'ruthless blow' if provoked by US

North Korea warns of 'ruthless blow' if provoked by US

Donald Trump's National Security Adviser HR McMaster, in a phone call with his South Korean counterpart, agreed on the need for deployment of Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) system in So...

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Sheila a burden on Cong: Lovely

Sheila a burden on Cong: Lovely

The leader said that there is high demand of the UP CM and many candidates have requested the party to make him available for the campaign of upcoming municipal polls in Delhi. "It is a haveli, in the...

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Easter: Nigerians should imbibe Christ's sacrificial spirit - Jonathan

The Holy Week is celebrated by Christians who observe Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday prior to Easter Sunday. His claims were so marvelous that people weren't sure what to think about h...

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Canada: Trump wrong when he says dairy practices unfair

He didn't say exactly how he was going to rectify the "unfair" situation between Canadian and US dairy producers. Cayuga Milk Ingredients in Auburn, New York, said it also lost all of its Canadian exp...

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In Syria Syria's Assad is an 'arch-terrorist': British FM

Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, Johnson said the defence was "absurd and mendacious" and described the premier as an "arch-terrorist" and "literally and metaphorically toxic". After last week's meeti...

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Donald Trump pushes for 'buy American, hire American'

Donald Trump pushes for 'buy American, hire American'

In this case, the reports are about granting visas for highly skilled foreign workers and ensuring that government purchasing programs buy American made goods as required by law. H-1B visas admit 65,0...

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Former South Korean President Indicted

South Korean prosecutors on Monday indicted ex-President Park Geun-hye on high-profile corruption charges that could potentially send her to jail for life. After a spate of terrorist attacks from Eu...

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Unite leadership candidate Gerard Coyne suspended from job

There are also claims that Coyne's campaign used Labour party data to contact members to see whether they would back him. Mr Coyne has attacked Mr McCluskey over a £400,000 loan from the union to bu...

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New Zealanders Are Bracing For The Worst Storm In 50 Years

New Zealanders Are Bracing For The Worst Storm In 50 Years

The storm was expected to move south overnight on Thursday and reach the capital, Wellington, early Friday, causing more problems along the way but also losing some of its punch. Driving conditions ar...

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Starving Striking Palestinian Prisoners leader put in isolation

A spokesman for the Israeli prison service confirmed a number of inmates, around 1,100, had declared their plans to go on a hunger strike from various prisons, but stressed that it would not negotiate...

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

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

Mattis denounced North Korea's attempted missile launch as he began a Middle East tour, telling reporters traveling with him to Saudi Arabia, "the leader of North Korea again recklessly tried to provo...

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China urges diplomatic solution to US-N Korea feud

China urges diplomatic solution to US-N Korea feud

Susan Thornton, acting US assistant secretary of state for East Asia, said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and China's top diplomat, State Councillor Yang Jiechi, agreed in a phone call on Sunday on ...

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Iran accused of 'alarming provocations'

Earlier this week, Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told the BBC: "We'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis", and warned of an "all-out war" if the U.S. Among ...

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Brexit talks to start after United Kingdom vote in June

According to analysts, voters could give Europhile politicians a boost in Britain's upcoming election but the effect will be limited and the prospect of a grand alliance to soften Brexit is improbable...

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Trump congratulates Erdogan on winning Turkish constitutional referendum

He said that "the path to seek rights" should be limited to the courts. Hurriyet columnist Murat Yetkin said Erdogan may have won the referendum, but some big challenges lie ahead. He said that Anka...

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Putin outlined causes of worsening Russia-US ties at meeting with Tillerson

Russian Federation on Wednesday vetoed a US-backed resolution at the United Nations demanding the Syrian government cooperate with an investigation of a suspected chemical attack. Mr Lavrov said t...

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Trump slams 'failing' Democrats: 'It is now Hollywood vs

A voter leaves a polling site after casting a ballot in a special election in Marietta, Ga., Tuesday, April 18, 2017 . However, Perez said the party would target up to 35,000 Democrats who vote...

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Liquor baron Vijay Mallya arrested in London, gets bail

Liquor baron Vijay Mallya arrested in London, gets bail

He was granted bail nearly three hours after his arrest as the beleaguered liquor baron was produced in Westminster Magistrates Court later in the day. The flamboyant financier secretly fled India in ...

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1200 imprisoned Palestinian terrorists launch hunger strike

In an interview on Monday with the Times's editorial board, Mansour also said he had spoken by telephone with Barghouti's wife and quoted her as saying that "we hope this hunger strike will be short...

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Top BJP leaders to stand trial in Babri Masjid case

Top BJP leaders to stand trial in Babri Masjid case

A Bench of Justices Pinaki Chandra Ghose and Rohinton Nariman pronounced a unanimous verdict after roughly two weeks of reserving it. Moreover, the apex court had also combined two separate case...

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Pence sends warning to N. Korea aboard USS Ronald Reagan in Japan

After talks with Japan's deputy prime minister, Taro Aso, Pence said the USA would work with Japan, China and other nations to get Pyongyang to give up its atomic weapons program. Pence said Trump see...

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Leader seeks snap election to bolster Brexit hand

Vince Cable, a former business minister in the coalition government who was voted out in the 2015 general election, has announced his intention to run in his old seat of Twickenham in west London. "Cr...

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