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Indonesian police detain 141 men over 'gay sex party'

Indonesian police detain 141 men over 'gay sex party'

Officers late on Sunday raided a building in the capital Jakarta that houses a sauna and a gym, and halted what they said was a sex party promoted as " The Wild One ". A similar raid took place ea...

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Iranian president criticises US after Donald Trump calls for country's isolation

He was referring to a $110 billion military deal Trump clinched with Saudi Arabia during the US President's first foreign trip since he took office, one of the biggest arms sales in history. " For dec...

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At refugee camp, Trump envoy Haley vows more aid for Syrians

At refugee camp, Trump envoy Haley vows more aid for Syrians

The site includes stories of people who have been displaced by the six-year war, alongside statistics that detail the scope of its devastation. Ms. Haley is now in Jordan visiting refugee camps of t...

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Drake wins record 13 Billboard Music awards

Drake wins record 13 Billboard Music awards

But 2017 BBMAs still provided some entertaining wins, including the highlights below. With the low drama over who will win prizes, the Billboard gala instead offers musicians a wide television aud...

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Merkel's party wins election in rivals' German heartland

Merkel's party wins election in rivals' German heartland

With respect to the EU's free movement of services, capital, goods and labor, "Macron looks at it with the same point of view, so we have somebody on our side", Fuchs said . Her three children from h...

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Ex-US Rep. Anthony Weiner pleads guilty in sexting case

Ex-US Rep. Anthony Weiner pleads guilty in sexting case

I apologize to the teenage girl, whom I mistreated so badly. "I love him, I've forgiven him, I believe in him", she said. She and her father said they agreed to talk out of concern that Weiner , ...

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4 climbers, including 1 American, die on Mount Everest

Murari Sharma of the Everest Parivar Expedition agency, based in Katmandu, Nepal's capital, said the details of Yearwood's death remained uncertain Sunday. "He fell sick and died while being broug...

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Liberals hang on to win BC's first minority government in 65 years

The NDP claimed the Courtney-Comox riding by just nine votes, which will mean a recount. A Liberal win there would push the government to 44 seats in the legisature, the smallest possible majority. Ho...

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Gambian authorities seize ex-president Jammeh's bank accounts

Gambian authorities seize ex-president Jammeh's bank accounts

Mr Tambedou further revealed:"Preliminary investigations also revealed that between 2013 and 2017, Jammeh personally or under his instructions directed the unlawful withdrawal at least US$50m from spe...

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Dutch King Reveals He's a Secret Commercial Airline Pilot

Dutch King Reveals He's a Secret Commercial Airline Pilot

Dutch King Willem-Alexander poses in front of a KLM Cityhopper aircraft at Schiphol Airport, near Amsterdam, in this photo taken on May 16, 2017, and provided by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines on May 17. He...

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Trump looks to move quickly on appointing new Federal Bureau of Investigation chief

Trump looks to move quickly on appointing new Federal Bureau of Investigation chief

The person was not authorized to discuss the process and did so on condition of anonymity. The development comes as the Trump administration faces questions over why and how the president fired Come...

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Donald Trump ready to make 'fast decision' on new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Donald Trump ready to make 'fast decision' on new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Scott Applewhite, File). And while Trump praised chief of staff Reince Priebus after the House passed a health care bill last week, associates say the president has continued to raise occasional quest...

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Mississippi rep: Lynch people removing Confederate monuments

Mississippi rep: Lynch people removing Confederate monuments

Lee from Lee Circle in New Orleans. Back then, people vigorously argued that the flag - just like New Orleans's Confederate monuments - was not meant to be racist, but rather attempted to honor Sou...

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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry step out at Pippa Middleton's wedding reception

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry step out at Pippa Middleton's wedding reception

Princes William and Harry arrived at the church on Saturday together. "Pippa was very heavily involved in the organisation of the big day, and they've decided on two very different honeymoon breaks ...

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France's Macron to unveil list of candidates for new party

France's Macron to unveil list of candidates for new party

Valls, a center-leaning politician in favor of relaxing labor protections, had already thrown his support behind Macron before the presidential election after losing to Benoit Hamon in the Socialist p...

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Tamil outfit stages protest against Rajinikanth's entry into politics

Tamil outfit stages protest against Rajinikanth's entry into politics

Subramanian Swamy is not only against the political debut of Rajinikanth, but he is totally against the idea of film stars joining the politics. "He will only launch a new party", the Tamilnadu Congre...

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Qld to target One Nation if fraud found

Qld to target One Nation if fraud found

Since emerging as Pauline Hanson's high-profile chief-of-staff, the former Coalition staffer has faced repeated accusations of inappropriately benefiting from the right-wing populist party's campaign ...

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Macron Cabinet reflects left, right and centre

Macron Cabinet reflects left, right and centre

French President Emmanuel Macron (C), his wife Brigitte Trogneux and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo (R) walk togther outside the Hotel de Ville in Paris , France, May 14, 2017. The MEP was among the firs...

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Dad of crash victim leaves note of gratitude in Times Square

Dad of crash victim leaves note of gratitude in Times Square

Although it was Rojas' maroon Honda Accord that mowed down innocent people on Seventh Avenue, he was still in disbelief that he actually caused the crash, as reported by The Post . Almost two dozen w...

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Trump heads to Israel in possible first arrival from Saudi

Trump heads to Israel in possible first arrival from Saudi

USA president Donald Trump on Monday arrived in Israel from Saudi Arabia and said he had "found new reasons for hope" for peace during his meetings with Muslim leaders in the Saudi capital of Riyadh o...

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Sen. Rubio: Americans 'Got What They Voted for' in Trump

Sen. Rubio: Americans 'Got What They Voted for' in Trump

Marco Rubio (R-FL) commented on the multiple news stories over the Russian Federation probes and firing of FBI Director James Comey, which Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) called "drama...

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Jeremy Corbyn's Labour hits highest rating of campaign after manifesto launch

Jeremy Corbyn's Labour hits highest rating of campaign after manifesto launch

Labour's manifesto - published on Tuesday - did not set out how plans to nationalise the national grid and the water industry would be funded. Despite the rise in support for Labour, there are indic...

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Duct tape used to restrain man on Hawaii flight

Duct tape used to restrain man on Hawaii flight

American Airlines says its flight attendants played a key role in handling a disturbance on a Hawaii-bound flight to ensure the safety of those on board. He was taken for medical evaluation and faces...

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Israelis on edge before Trump visit

Israelis on edge before Trump visit

On Thursday, the day before Trump's scheduled departure, the White House posted a video on its YouTube channel , which featured a map of Israel that omitted Gaza, the West Bank and the Golan He...

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Iran refutes USA for urging policy shift in Rouhani's second term

Interior Minister Abdul Reza Rahmani Fazli said Raisi received 38.5%, or 15.7m votes - not enough to take the election to a second round. The clear victory means the nuclear deal , which is his landm...

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N Korea confirms 'successful' launch of ballistic missile:KCNA

People in Seoul watch a TV news program showing a file image of a missile launch by North Korea. The White House said it was aware that North Korea had launched a midrange ballistic missile. Japan...

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What kind of dialogue India wants on OBOR, asks China

What kind of dialogue India wants on OBOR, asks China

Under the Asia-Africa connectivity initiative, India and Japan will support massive infrastructure projects and capacity building programmes in East Africa. According to Xinhua, 68 countries and globa...

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Burr says Flynn lawyers told committee he won't honor subpoena for documents

Congressional aides told Reuters the committee was still negotiating in the hopes of obtaining the requested documents. The Senate committee is one of several on Capitol Hill investigating possibl...

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Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan to change lawyers after ICJ stays execution

Abraham added that under the Vienna Convention, India should have received consular access to seek justice for the former Indian Naval officer. The Hague rejected the Pakistani argument that ICJ had...

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Notre Dame Students Walk Out During Mike Pence's Commencement Speech

Notre Dame Students Walk Out During Mike Pence's Commencement Speech

Notre Dame graduate Griffin Hilly is from Chicago's diverse Albany Park neighborhood. The protest came weeks after Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump's secretary of education, was drowned out by boos during ...

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Julian Assange hails 'victory' as Sweden drops probe

Julian Assange hails 'victory' as Sweden drops probe

The Australian has been holed up in the embassy since mid-2012 when he sought asylum there to avoid extradition to Sweden to face accusations he raped a woman in 2010 in Stockholm. Appearing on the ...

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Indian man arrested in Pakistan for not carrying travel documents

The Times of India reported that while the term "jointly" in the context of the case is not clearly known yet, the vast clout of the army makes the statement by Speaker of the National Assembly Sarda...

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Seoul says North Korea fires an unidentified projectile

North Korea on Sunday fired a midrange ballistic missile, USA and South Korean officials said, in the latest weapons test for a country speeding up its development of nuclear weapons and missiles. Nor...

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What Billy Horschel said after winning the Byron Nelson

What Billy Horschel said after winning the Byron Nelson

During the stretch when Hahn fell behind his playing partners, Horschel rolled in a 60-foot birdie putt at the par-4 14th after his poor approach that led him to toss his club in the air. The victory,...

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US State Department summons Turkish Ambassador

He went on to call for a diplomatic response from the U.S. and said the government should press charges against Turkish officials involved in the brawl. The video shows Erdogan in the back of a ...

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Firing 'nut job' James Comey took off pressure, says Donald Trump

McCain, a frequent critic of the president and his administration, criticised the Trump administration for having a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in the White House, Politico re...

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The Liberal Democrats want legalised cannabis and another Brexit vote

The Liberal Democrats want legalised cannabis and another Brexit vote

The UK will be able to raise and save a combined £1bn ($1.3bn) a year by legalising cannabis, cutting down on justice costs and taxing the drug like cigarettes and alcohol, the Liberal Democrats clai...

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Green calls for impeachment on floor of Congress

Green calls for impeachment on floor of Congress

DEMOCRATIC Congressman Al Green has called for President Trump to be impeached over his treatment of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, accusing him of obstruction of justice...

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Here's how impeachment works - and why Trump is safe for now

Here's how impeachment works - and why Trump is safe for now

President Trump has been embroiled in a series of scandals that have made investors concerned. Typically, the Judiciary Committee starts with an investigation and then votes on whether or not to recom...

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Venezuela leader: Officials treated like Jews under Nazis

Venezuela's president is comparing treatment of his government's officials overseas to that of Jews in Nazi Germany. The Treasury department announced the move on Thursday (19 May), saying it was fr...

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