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No snap election in Northern Ireland after talks collapse

Sinn Féin's Northern Ireland leader Michelle O'Neill blamed the DUP for the latest breakdown, stating that there was no real movement on issues such as dealing with the past, the Irish language and ...

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Oil Producers Meet on Output Cuts, Possible Rollover

Oil Producers Meet on Output Cuts, Possible Rollover

The monitoring committee last month said compliance was at 86 per cent, although Kuwait's oil minister also said last month that it was at 140 per cent because of Saudi Arabia's deep cuts. Olivier Jak...

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Court cuts sentence of UK marine who killed injured militant

Court cuts sentence of UK marine who killed injured militant

Blackman shot and killed a wounded, unarmed Afghan fighter on camera while quoting Shakespeare in 2011. "I just broke the Geneva Convention", he said to his fellow Royal Marines, a reference to global...

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One Direction's Liam Payne and Cheryl Cole welcome first child

One Direction's Liam Payne and Cheryl Cole welcome first child

Now she's in a really happy place, might she just agree to Keith's request? Although they only announced the news on Saturday, the couple revealed Cheryl actually gave birth last Wednesday. "It wa...

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Following NGT Directions To Ban Illegal Abattoirs, Says CM Adityanath Yogi

Following NGT Directions To Ban Illegal Abattoirs, Says CM Adityanath Yogi

Adityanath is also a strong proponent of constructing a temple for the Hindu god Ram at a disputed site in Ayodhya where the Babri Mosque stood until its destruction by a Hindu mob in 1992. But in res...

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Rep. Himes 'Gratified' Over FBI Russia-Trump Campaign Investigation

Rep. Himes 'Gratified' Over FBI Russia-Trump Campaign Investigation

The FBI is investigating Russian interference with the USA election and also investigating whether Donald Trump or his posse was involved. Some 32 percent said they "wish he'd be more careful" with hi...

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Former UK leader Gordon Brown enters Scotland fray

Former UK leader Gordon Brown enters Scotland fray

Ruth Davidson, leader of the Scottish branch of May's Conservative Party, accused of Sturgeon of being "hellbent on the separation of this country" during an interview on BBC Television's "Andrew Marr...

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Congo finds 2 Caucasian bodies in area where UN experts lost

Congo finds 2 Caucasian bodies in area where UN experts lost

Officials did not say who was behind the killing, but the region where Sharp and Catalan were abducted has been plagued by violence since mid-August of past year, after a tribal chief and militia lea...

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Khalid Masood's wife says she is 'shocked and saddened' after Westminster attack

Khalid Masood's wife says she is 'shocked and saddened' after Westminster attack

Police say there is no intelligence suggesting further attacks are planned, but police presence has been increased at some London sites and also outside Windsor Castle, one of Queen Elizabeth II's fav...

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North Korea conducted another rocket engine test this weekend, United States officials say

North Korea conducted another rocket engine test this weekend, United States officials say

Even China, which has been the North's closest ally for many years, is taking a firmer stance toward the country, suspending imports of North Korean coal in a decision that is expected to last through...

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Saudi, Jordan sign deal on $3 billion in Jordan investments

Saudi, Jordan sign deal on $3 billion in Jordan investments

Several Moroccan media outlets reported that King Mohammed VI would attend the 28th Arab Summit, to be held in Jordan's capital Amman. He said people in more stable countries, such as Jordan and E...

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Donald Trump says North Korea acting 'very, very badly'

Donald Trump says North Korea acting 'very, very badly'

Tillerson said all options are on the table, including a military action against North Korea as the policy of strategic patience came to an end. The North Korean News Agency announced Sunday mor...

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5 arrested in fatal motorcycle incident

5 arrested in fatal motorcycle incident

One of the five motorcyclists charged is also facing charges in connection with a violent road rage incident on September 26, 2016 that ended in a fiery crash. He has been charged with risky operation...

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Ukip quitter Douglas Carswell 'not planning' on rejoining Conservatives as MP

Ukip quitter Douglas Carswell 'not planning' on rejoining Conservatives as MP

Referring to MEP Mr Farage's previous unsuccessful efforts to get elected to the Westminster Parliament, Mr Carswell added: "You know, there have been several by-elections where Nigel's had the opport...

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North Korea says it's not afraid of US threat of military strike

North Korea says it's not afraid of US threat of military strike

During his visit to South Korea, Tillerson had cautioned North Korea that all options are on the table to deal with Pyongyangs provocative nuclear and missile programmes. Beijing is also deeply suspi...

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Malaysia says Kim Jong Nam's body still in the country

Malaysia says Kim Jong Nam's body still in the country

Help us deliver news and views that matter to Malaysians. While there have been sporadic cases of foreigners seeking asylum in North Korea, North Korea's treatment of refugees from other countries...

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CLAIM: Police Told to Drop Terror Investigation into Martin McGuinness

CLAIM: Police Told to Drop Terror Investigation into Martin McGuinness

He also struck up a warm relationship with the Queen, whom he praised for her contribution to peace. 'In doing so, he made an essential and historic contribution to the extraordinary journey of Nort...

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Difference of opinion on SC's decision over Ram Temple issue

Difference of opinion on SC's decision over Ram Temple issue

The BJP, which included the construction of the Ram temple in its poll manifesto, won 312 seats in the 403-member assembly in the February-March election. "There are issues. You all sit together acros...

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Serbian Prime Minister begins official visit to Russian Federation next Monday

Serbian Prime Minister begins official visit to Russian Federation next Monday

Serbian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Aleksandar Vucic on Tuesday abandoned plans to campaign among the minority Serbs in Kosovo, saying he was not prepared to abide by the conditions set ...

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BJP trying to split our party: BJD MP

BJP trying to split our party: BJD MP

According to a media report, Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, who hails from Talcher of Odisha, was seen speaking to BJD Parliamentary Party leader Bhartruhari Mahatab inside Lok Sabha on Monday. "W...

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Austria says wants exemption from EU migrant relocation system

Austria says wants exemption from EU migrant relocation system

Chancellor Kern agreed , saying Austria had already fulfilled its obligations and would seek an amicable way to escape the agreement. The minister said he personally regards " the process of relo...

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Lance Statement on the American Health Care Act

Lance Statement on the American Health Care Act

The 56-year-old from Hoboken, N.J., took the plunge knowing she could shop for coverage on the health exchange. However, Fleck says he "can't imagine a situation" in which women would be shoved into...

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Merkel challenger seeks to move past deflating state vote

Merkel challenger seeks to move past deflating state vote

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday celebrated an encouraging win for her conservatives in a state election, declaring that her party has "every chance" in upcoming votes. "The SPD will recogniz...

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Taiwan democracy activist said to be detained in China

Taiwan democracy activist said to be detained in China

Lee's wife, Lee Ching-yu (李凈瑜), said she received confirmation from the Taiwanese government representatives late Monday night, but said she could not reveal the source of the information. Police and ...

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European Union 'will die', says Le Pen

European Union 'will die', says Le Pen

Le Pen supported Russia's annexation of Crimea and has called for resulting sanctions by the European Union to be dropped. The European Union will disappear, French presidential candidate Marine Le ...

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Lawmakers back measures to protect Israel by punishing Iran

Lawmakers back measures to protect Israel by punishing Iran

Vice President Pence's comment has re-ignited both hope on the part of the pro-Israel community and anger and concern on the part of the pro-Palestinian world. During his speech, he mentioned the U.S....

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'I wuv you, robot': Toddler makes new friend in discarded water heater

'I wuv you, robot': Toddler makes new friend in discarded water heater

In the not-so-distant future, they'll drive us around. The video "Rayna meets a "robot" has gotten more than 600,000 views in 24 hours. The water heater is ideal because it looks like a nice, frie...

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EU court rules Russia sanctions over Ukraine are valid

EU court rules Russia sanctions over Ukraine are valid

Earlier, in May 2016, Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union presented an opinion proposing the court to confirm the lawfulness of actions the British authorities had undertake...

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Vettel breaks Ferrari's F1 drought with victory at Aussie GP

Strategically, "Ferrari played it very well - and they had the quicker vehicle". "It's been a great day for us. I have and I am going to continue to work because there is going to be some really tough...

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'Fair chance' airstrike played role in Mosul deaths

The civilian deaths can not be attributed to any loosening of American military rules of combat, he said, and Washington hasn't chose to tolerate greater risk of civilian casualties in USA airstrikes....

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Repeal And Replacement Of Obamacare Is Now Dead! Trump Suffers Major Setback

Repeal And Replacement Of Obamacare Is Now Dead! Trump Suffers Major Setback

Poe, Dent and Brat spoke Monday on CNN. Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare were always meant to be a partisan exercise. But the No. 2 Senate Republican, John Cornyn of Texas, said there would no...

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EU chief warns Britain against leaving without a deal

Both amendments were rejected Monday by the Commons, and the unelected Lords then backed down and approved the bill. The votes came after Brexit minister Lord Bridges of Headley warned that now was ...

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White House eyeing $18 billion list of social program cuts

White House eyeing $18 billion list of social program cuts

Republican US Representative Ted Poe resigned from the House Freedom Caucus on Sunday over the conservative legislative group's role in sinking a healthcare overhaul championed by President Donald Tru...

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Investigators lacked basic information on London attacker

Investigators lacked basic information on London attacker

Counter-terror investigators have released a new photo of the Westminster attacker, Khalid Masood , as investigations continue into his connections and possible motivations. Gajecka said she saw Maso...

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Backed Syrian militias say have paused military operations near Tabqa dam

Backed Syrian militias say have paused military operations near Tabqa dam

TABQA DAM, Syria Syrian engineers worked on Tuesday to open spillways and ease pressure on a major dam across the Euphrates River , amid a pause in a USA -backed assault to capture it from Islamic St...

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Turkey may hold referendum on EU membership

Turkey may hold referendum on EU membership

Almost 250 people gathered in front of the parliament in Swiss capital Bern, holding provocative placards that read "Kill Erdogan", along with PKK posters and flags. Germany's new President, Frank-Wal...

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Former Russian lawmaker shot dead in Kiev, police say

Former Russian lawmaker shot dead in Kiev, police say

Mr Poroshenko said it was "no accident" that Mr Voronenkov was shot on the same day as a warehouse storing tank ammunition was blown up at a Ukrainian military base. Another former State Duma deputy...

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Attacker's encrypted WhatsApp message cannot be accessed

Attacker's encrypted WhatsApp message cannot be accessed

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn walks along Westminster Bridge by the Houses of Parliament in central London on March 23, 2017 after the bridge reopened following the March 22 terror attack. "We nee...

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Akhilesh Yadav triggers speculation of stepping down as SP Chief

Akhilesh Yadav triggers speculation of stepping down as SP Chief

That water will also be sprayed on media persons. Akhilesh said "I have no problem with the purification of the house". The meeting between CM Yogi Adityanath and Aparna-Prateek lasted for about 30 ...

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Congolese militia decapitates more than 40 police

Congolese militia decapitates more than 40 police

Kasaï, in the heart of the DRC, has been plagued by violence between the Congolese security forces and a local militia, Kamuina Nsapu, who are seeking to avenge the death of their leader, Kamuina Nsa...

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