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Pence on North Korea: 'It's time for them to behave'

Pence on North Korea: 'It's time for them to behave'

Mr Pence sought to explain this policy in meetings with South Korea's acting president and other top officials in Seoul at the start of the trip, which will also include stops in Japan, Indonesia an...

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Has Theresa May broken the British people's trust?

Has Theresa May broken the British people's trust?

An election held in 2020, shortly after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union under conditions that are unknown, might have been hard for May's Conservatives to win. What does this mean for Bre...

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Pacific Consortium back in Tatts chase

Pacific Consortium back in Tatts chase

The Tabcorp offer, which has yet to receive competition approvals, values Tatts shares at A$4.21 based on Tabcorp's closing price on Tuesday. Both companies also compete in online gambling. Pacific ...

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Two held over attack plot ahead of French vote

Both men are suspected Islamic radicals, according to the Paris prosecutors' office, which is leading the investigation. The chant brought claims that after years of trying to distance itself from...

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US vice president to begin Asia tour amid Korea tension

US vice president to begin Asia tour amid Korea tension

McMaster said in an interview with American Broadcasting Company. The North's display of the strategic weapons to the world is apparently aimed at boasting of its military firepower as the USA conti...

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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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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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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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Sweden to hold vigil after truck attack

Sweden to hold vigil after truck attack

Police in Sweden said on Sunday that the suspect in the Stockholm truck attack was known to have expressed sympathies with extremist organisations, including the so-called Islamic State. The hijacke...

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Air China temporarily suspends flights to Pyongyang

Air China temporarily suspends flights to Pyongyang

North Korea conducted two nuclear tests previous year alone, advancing its goal to make nuclear weapons small enough to fit on long-range missiles . It was the first time North Korea had shown th...

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Haley on Syria: No political solution with Assad in power

Russian Federation should end its support for "toxic" Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Monday ahead of a meeting of G7 foreign ministers in Italy. Th...

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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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Brexit talks to continue despite United Kingdom snap election

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has spoken to the British Prime Minister this evening following her call for a snap election. "We look forward to showing how Labour will stand up for the people of Britain". It i...

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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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Journalism student lynched by mob for alleged blasphemy

Journalism student lynched by mob for alleged blasphemy

Khan's mother further said the killers are still in Mardan and police along with the university administration are also involved in this killing. The Police said that Mashal was accused of running...

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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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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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Trump warns North Korea to behave

Trump warns North Korea to behave

The attempted launch occurred a day after the regime of Kim Jong Un showed off a bevy of new missiles and launchers at a large-scale military parade on its most important holiday. USA officials said t...

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Drug Maker Moves to Drop its own Lawsuit Blocking Executions

Drug Maker Moves to Drop its own Lawsuit Blocking Executions

Arkansas last put someone to death in 2005. The company, along with other pharmaceutical makers, objects to its drug being used in executions. A state judge earlier Friday blocked the state from using...

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Trump targets visas program for highly skilled workers

The moves will show Trump once again using his power to issue executive orders to try to fulfill promises he made past year in his election campaign, in this case to reform USA immigration policie...

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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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Iran's Ahmadinejad to run for elections in May

Iran's Ahmadinejad to run for elections in May

Ahmadinejad's decision to run for president defies the recommendation of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who advised against it. Mr Ahmadinejad may pay the price for disobeying Ayatolla...

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Upcoming Special Elections May Give Clues About 2018 Campaigns

Unofficial final vote tallies show Estes scored a 7 percent victory over Thompson. Gov. Brownback will appoint a replacement state treasurer as Estes heads to Washington , D.C. Thompson already is ...

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

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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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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Iraqi forces making new push towards Old City in Mosul

However, U.S. -led coalition forces have made major gains against the extremist group, having liberated eastern Mosul . Using satellite imagery and local researches, the most recent evaluation conf...

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Appealing for calm, China says U.S. wants talks on North Korea

Appealing for calm, China says U.S. wants talks on North Korea

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence looks toward the north from an observation post inside the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas, in Paju, South Korea. After ...

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Donald Trump targets visas program for highly skilled workers

The president will travel to Wisconsin today and is expected to tout his "Buy American, Hire American" agenda during a visit to Snap-on-Tools - a manufacturer of high-end tools and equipment that, acc...

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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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