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Japan says differences with United States on economic talks

Pence said on Monday the world had seen Trump's resolve in the past two weeks, with a USA missile attack on a Syrian airfield and the dropping of a powerful non-nuclear bomb on Islamic State fighters ...

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Key Dates: What to Expect From the U.K. General Election

Key Dates: What to Expect From the U.K. General Election

Aberdeen Asset Management's fixed income investment manager Luke Bartholomew said: "The election should hand Theresa May a much bigger mandate to stand up to the harder line, anti-EU backbenchers whic...

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Mallya, who fled India In 2016, arrested in London

Mallya, who fled India In 2016, arrested in London

Mallya has repeatedly dismissed the charges against him and defended himself in messages from his personal account on social media network Twitter. Last year, Mallya said he had "nothing to hide" in...

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Modi, Sheikh Hasina launch India-Bangladesh rail, bus services

The Indian PM Modi did not disappoint the Bangladeshi delegation on the contentious issue, saying he firmly believed that "it is only my government and Excellency Sheikh Hasina, your government, that ...

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Hundreds of Palestinians in Israeli jails begin hunger strike

Hundreds of Palestinians in Israeli jails begin hunger strike

The agitation is being led by Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti, who is serving several life terms for five murders, the news agency said. Palestinian protesters run for cover from tear gas canist...

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Havering MPs divided over general election announcement

Havering MPs divided over general election announcement

The Government lost two votes in the House of Lords when it tried to pass its Article 50 legislation but, after the Commons overruled peers, the bill ultimately went through unchanged. Let's stand up ...

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Islamic State claims attack on Egypt police checkpoint

Islamic State claims attack on Egypt police checkpoint

Terrorists opened fire towards a monastery in Sinai killing one and injuring at least four more. The statement reads, "A security source told Amaq that the attack had been executed by militants of...

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Pope Francis highlights arms trade in Easter sermon

Millions of Orthodox Christians around the world have celebrated Easter in overnight services and with "holy fire" from Jerusalem, commemorating the day followers believe that Jesus was resurrected mo...

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Can the USA convince China to use their leverage on North Korea?

In Japan, they said Pence's two main goals are to spur increased USA access to Japanese markets and strengthen Japanese foreign investment. North Korea has taken "self-defensive" measures in response ...

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French candidate Fillon: Govt manipulating presidential race

Hard-left candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon marked further poll gains, almost catching up with erstwhile favourite Francois Fillon, a conservative former Prime Minister. Investors are concerned the wave ...

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Dr Phil confronts race-faker Rachel Dolezal

Dr Phil confronts race-faker Rachel Dolezal

The dismissive and condescending attitude towards any black people who see blackness differently than she does is woven throughout her comments in our conversation. She says the world she lived in was...

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Russian Federation warns U.S. against strike on North Korea

Russian Federation warns U.S. against strike on North Korea

The reclusive state's failed missile test on the weekend has increased regional tensions with US Vice-President Mike Pence declaring the "era of strategic patience" over. change of strategy and said ...

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Public Editor Blasts Times For Omitting Barghouti Terror Conviction

On the day the hunger strike was launched, an op-ed, ostensibly penned by him, was published in the New York Times in which he explains why he called the strike. Deutsche Welle reports that bet...

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USA strikes win global praise - but ratchet up Russian Federation tension

USA strikes win global praise - but ratchet up Russian Federation tension

Tuesday afternoon, US Defense Secretary James "Mad Dog" Mattis, a recently retired Marine general, and Gen. Joseph Votel, the chief of US Central Command, gave a Pentagon press conference on last week...

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Lowry bounces back, Raptors edge Bucks to even series at 1-1

All of the trends of the season point to Lowry turning around his dismal Game 1 performance in order to give the Raptors a fighting chance against the plucky Bucks . But the bad side is that it's...

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General Election 2017: "Much depends on the Conservative manifesto..."

A snap election is one at short notice outside of those normal requirements. She implied yesterday that division in Westminster was undermining that stability. Britain needs strong leadership, and thi...

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Kenny speaks to May on phone following snap election announcement

The House of Commons can pave the way for an early vote by approving it with a two-thirds majority, or it can defeat the prime minister in a vote of confidence and have that result stand for two wee...

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Pence says U.S. stands by ally Japan on North Korea problem

Top of the agenda was a key component of South Korea's defenses against its northern neighbors' aggression - the THAAD missile interception system. Three days later, February 5, the U.S. "Pence insi...

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Britain's May calls for general election on June 8

Britain's May calls for general election on June 8

Ten-year British government bond yields rose slightly. Under the act, the next election would take place in 2020. She said Britain needed certainty, stability and strong leadership following the...

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May calls for early election to strengthen Brexit hand

May calls for early election to strengthen Brexit hand

Bale said a bigger majority would give May a new batch of loyal Conservative lawmakers and leave her less at the mercy of euroskeptics in her party "who otherwise could have made negotiations much mor...

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Melania And Barron Trump Are Moving Into The White House

Melania And Barron Trump Are Moving Into The White House

Seeing Melania right beside her husband is nice, so, the Americans still wondering: when the first lady will make the final decision to move to the White House? "We're going to come out and join you...

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Eastbourne MP says snap General Election was 'inevitable'

Explaining her decision to hold the vote, Theresa May said Britain needed certainty, stability and strong leadership following the European Union referendum. Despite repeatedly rejecting calls fro...

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While Buhari praises Turkish referendum, European Union calls for "transparent investigations"

Opposition supporters took to the streets of Istanbul to bang pots and pans, a traditional form of protest , in a series of noisy demonstrations. Trump, whose presidency and election bid was marked...

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AIADMK factions using 'two leaves' symbol: EC not impressed

AIADMK factions using 'two leaves' symbol: EC not impressed

The Election Commission has frozen the AIADMK's two-leaves symbol and the party name for the by-election. In March, the Election Commission had denied the AIADMK's original "two leaves" symbol to ei...

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Greece deal with EU, IMF could come soon

Greece deal with EU, IMF could come soon

Nonetheless, the latest breakthrough has officials eyeing a formal deal by late May, when eurozone finance ministers gather for the next Eurogroup meeting in Brussels. The decision also has an impact ...

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Sterling hits highest since December after PM calls for early election

Sterling hits highest since December after PM calls for early election

May had repeatedly said she wouldn't call for special elections, but she chose to after opposition in Parliament by the Labor Party and Liberal Democrats created "gridlock". "While Brexit related matt...

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Pence says new US-Japan talks could lead to trade deal

On Monday Vice-Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told the BBC that North Korea could test missiles on a weekly basis and warned of "all-out war" if the United States took military action. Worldwide obs...

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Global Ammonia Market - by Manufacturers, Regions, Type & Applications, Forecast to 2022

The Smart Remote Control Report focuses on the market in major continents, Like North America Smart Remote Control Market, Smart Remote Control market in Europe and Asia Smart Remote Control market et...

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Israel won't negotiate with Palestinian hunger strikers

More than 1,500 Palestinian prisoners being held in Israeli jails have gone on hunger strike to demand better conditions in one of the largest protests in recent years. The Prisoners' Club said a main...

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Zuma warns against racism resurgence in South Africa

Zuma warns against racism resurgence in South Africa

The parties dubbed Wednesday's march "a national day of action". The crowd that gathered in Pretoria was larger than of any of the individual anti-Zuma protests that took place last week in the co...

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