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Best Make Alternate Plans, 1200 Sydney Bus Drivers Are On Strike Tomorrow

Best Make Alternate Plans, 1200 Sydney Bus Drivers Are On Strike Tomorrow

Routes affected are in the 400 series, which runs from 400 to 499, including the busy 480 and 483 routes from Strathfield to the city, numerous services on Parramatta Road, and others snaking through ...

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Haley: US might look at sanctions on countries aiding North Korea

Speaking to reporters ahead of a closed-door meeting of the 15-member U.N. Security Council on the missile launch, Haley made clear that Washington would only talk to North Korea once it halted its nu...

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Limiting immigration will see Britain face 'price', warns Angela Merkel

While Germany underwent painful labor reform in the early 2000s, France has resisted deep structural reform, striking at attempts to loosen labor laws, with a preference on public spending. Former inv...

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Donald Trump Deletes Tweet Calling Mahmoud Abbas Meeting 'an Honor'

President, you signed your name to the first Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement. Trump added that an agreement can not be imposed on the two sides by any foreign country, including the United State...

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Modi Sarkar turns 3: Six significant initiatives taken by the government

Modi Sarkar turns 3: Six significant initiatives taken by the government

Overall, as change hasn't come fast enough for most people, there is a decline in citizens rating of the government in most areas as compared to previous year. While 43 per cent people last year said ...

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US Senator Mazie Hirono recovering after kidney surgery

US Senator Mazie Hirono recovering after kidney surgery

She was born in Fukushima, Japan - the Senate's sole immigrant. In a later statement Tuesday, this one from her campaign, Hirono said she will seek another term. "I join all of Hawaii in wishing Sen...

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Ready to provide recording of Lavrov-Trump exchange: Putin

In an interview with Adelaide Radio on Tuesday, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull declined to address the claims against Trump directly but did reaffirm his confidence in the relationship bet...

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Warriors' Mike Brown nearly got arrested for following the Spurs' bus

Warriors' Mike Brown nearly got arrested for following the Spurs' bus

Get through!' This is kind of helping us, helping me out because I have (PR man Raymond Ridder) breathing down my neck. My own building? My own parking lot? So then another one pulls up: 'Hey, you! ...

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Greek leaders hail Macron victory, hope for fruitful ties

Valls", Jean-Paul Delevoye, who chooses Macron's party's candidates, told Europe 1 radio yesterday. "Obviously the government elected after June 8th will be sitting down and talking to Monsieur Macr...

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Congressman Al Green To Call For Trump's Impeachment

Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe told Congress last week the investigation is "highly significant" and said Mr Comey's dismissal would do nothing to impede it. He said he would give the Federal Burea...

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Israel lauds U.S. security ties following Trump disclosures

Ushakov said "any contacts" with the US president are "important" but he would not reply to the question whether the classified information that Trump reportedly shared with Lavrov and Kislyak was val...

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Confederate Monument Comes Down

The statue came down about 3 a.m. before a sizable crowd. The city secured private funding to remove the monuments, the mayor's office has said. New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu first proposed rem...

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Congressman calls for Trump's impeachment on House floor

In March 1868, President Andrew Johnson became the first president to be impeached . Meanwhile, shares in the more generally worded " Will Donald Trump be president at year-end 2017? ". The top Dem...

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Australia jobless rate dips to four-month low as full-time work falters

Australia jobless rate dips to four-month low as full-time work falters

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian wages were rising at their slowest pace on record, official data released on Wednesday showed, subduing both inflation and spending at a point when household debt has cli...

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Top Trump Aide Won't Say If Western Wall Is Part Of Israel

Top Trump Aide Won't Say If Western Wall Is Part Of Israel

He also stressed that no US representatives who were in the room during the meeting thought Trump's comments to the Russians were problematic, going on later to say that what the president shared was ...

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Newly-freed Chelsea Manning says putting past behind her

Newly-freed Chelsea Manning says putting past behind her

Manning also went on to say, "Whatever is ahead of me is far more important that past". In appealing the 35-year sentence, Manning's lawyers argued that the former intelligence analyst was a trouble...

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Pulis explains West Brom stance after pulling out of Taylor deal

Pulis explains West Brom stance after pulling out of Taylor deal

A dependable performer, Taylor has averaged five defensive actions per game in the Championship this season, while he also provided a significant attacking threat, creating 18 chances. The offer of a ...

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After Comey firing, Trump's frustrations boiled over

After Comey firing, Trump's frustrations boiled over

When Collins pressed McCabe on Trump's claim about conversations he had with Comey, McCabe again declined to comment. The White House has denied that Comey's firing Tuesday had anything to do with...

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Conservatives record early gains in United Kingdom local elections

Ukip lost 109 councillors, while holding a solitary seat in Lancashire - causing leader Paul Nuttall to describe Ukip as a "victim of its own success" over Brexit. So it's hard to say whether today...

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Can Rouhani Pull Off a Win in Iran?

Can Rouhani Pull Off a Win in Iran?

The Iranian presidential vote is scheduled to be held this Friday. Mayor of Tehran Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, a figure in the principlist political faction who struggled to drum up support for his pres...

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Plane Goes Missing Near Bermuda Triangle, Strange Potential Explanation Revealed

Plane Goes Missing Near Bermuda Triangle, Strange Potential Explanation Revealed

The Coast Guard remains on site. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, as well as the Royal Bahamas Defense Force, have joined in the search, according to The Daily News . Our prayers and thoughts are wi...

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UN Security Council Holds Talks After North Korean Missile Launch

In recent years, cybersecurity experts say, the North Koreans have spread these agents across the border into China and other Asian countries to help cloak their identities. "The most important issue,...

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Sacked Delhi minister on hunger strike attacked outside his home

Two had a brief argument after which the accused repeatedly slapped Mishra. He had also filed FIR against AAP leaders Satyendar Jain, Ashish Khetan, Raghav Chaddha, Sanjay Singh and Durgesh Pathak f...

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Trump warns Comey: Better hope there are no 'tapes' of talks

Trump warns Comey: Better hope there are no 'tapes' of talks

If there are tapes, they could prove problematic for Trump. Trump told NBC News that he was frustrated by the ongoing investigation and believed it was motivated by Democrats' fury at losing the ele...

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League player Nichols on cocaine charge

League player Nichols on cocaine charge

News Corp reported that police allegedly found three resealable plastic bags containing about 1.1 grams of a white powder which they believed to be cocaine. "The Western Sydney Wanderers remains tot...

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As Mexico mourns, president vows to protect journalists

As Mexico mourns, president vows to protect journalists

Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto promised yesterday to better protect journalists after the killing of a renowned reporter who wrote about drug gangs sparked worldwide outrage. Homicides in gener...

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Nigerian leader meets with 82 Chibok schoolgirls

Nigerian leader meets with 82 Chibok schoolgirls

Eighty-three Chibok schoolgirls seized three years ago by Boko Haram in northern Nigeria have been released into military custody, with authorities saying hopes are high a further mass release will ...

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Greens win three seats in British Columbia election

On the West Shore, the NDP showed their support remains strong, with party leader John Horgan racing to a huge victory over challengers Cathy Noel of the Liberals and Brendan Ralfs of the Greens - tha...

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Israel dismisses US concern over Jerusalem embassy move

The Israeli prime minister released an excerpt of minutes from a February meeting at the White House with Mr Trump that his office said proved he called for the embassy to be moved. Israel has mad...

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Rouhani Rallies Supporters in Khorramabad in Final Stretch Before Iran Elections

Three front-runners have emerged in Iran's presidential election: Hassan Rouhani, Ebrahimi Raisi, and Mohammad Ghalibaf. Mohammad-Baghar Ghalibaf, who has twice before been defeated in presidential ...

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