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World News Trump Sort of Goes to Bat for John Kelly After Negative Report
Author: 0 Trump Sort of Goes to Bat for John Kelly After Negative Report

The article describes a testy relationship between Trump and Kelly, with Kelly becoming increasingly frustrated with the president. On Saturday, the Washington Post published a thorough chronicling of Kelly's White House downfall, from buck-stops-here enforcer to just another ineffectual observer of Trump's capricious rule.

World News USA asks Russian Federation to change behaviour for better ties
Author: 0 USA asks Russian Federation to change behaviour for better ties

A new round of United States sanctions targeting oligarchs and businesses is " aimed at the Russian people ", Russia's USA embassy said Friday. The announcement came after the U.S. Meanwhile, Putin's son-in-law , Shamalov, is accused of acquiring a large number of shares of a Russia-based company involved in oil and gas exploration.

World News Train to Puri leaves engine behind, 22 coaches travel 13km
Author: 0 Train to Puri leaves engine behind, 22 coaches travel 13km

Twenty two engine-less coaches rolled on for almost 10 kilometres before railway employees managed to salvage the situation by placing stones on the track and brought the train to a shuddering halt. While five railway personnel were placed under suspension this morning, two had been suspended soon after the coaches of the train rolled down the track at Titlagarh in Balangir district after detachment of the engine, the ECoR spokesman said.

World News SNL's Trump: Roseanne Is a 'Good Rosie O'Donnell'
Author: 0 SNL's Trump: Roseanne Is a 'Good Rosie O'Donnell'

After reading the prepared remarks, he turned the topic to Russian Federation and said no one's been tougher on Russian Federation, "including Hitler". America. This whole presidency is a four year cash grab and admitting that will probably get me four more years". After the real Trump imposed tariffs that could ignite a trade war between China and the U.S., attacked Amazon in unsupported claims about its relationship with the U.S.

World News Watch out Facebook users, you will know your data privacy status today
Author: 0 Watch out Facebook users, you will know your data privacy status today

Wylie said it was hard to verify how many people had access to the Facebook information or derivatives of that data "because it was a lot of people", according to a partial transcript released by the network. Mark Zuckerberg acknowledged that he made a "huge mistake" in failing to take a broad enough view of what Facebook's responsibility is in the world.

World News USA slaps sanctions on Russian oligarchs, govt officials
Author: 0 USA slaps sanctions on Russian oligarchs, govt officials

And at the White House , spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said discussions with Moscow about a Trump-Putin summit would not be called off. Above all else, Russia's attempts to subvert Western democracy prompted the US sanctions, officials said, in a direct nod to concerns that the USA president has failed to challenge Putin for alleged interference in the 2016 election that brought Trump to power.

World News Facebook suspends Canadian firm amid data mining scandal
Author: 0 Facebook suspends Canadian firm amid data mining scandal

He says Facebook officials "have been misleading to the committee". The private messages Facebook users send to each other through Messenger aren't so private. The audit is on hold in deference to a United Kingdom investigation, but Facebook has been conducting a broader review of its own practices and how other third-party apps use data.

World News Bollywood star Salman Khan given five-year jail term for poaching
Author: 0 Bollywood star Salman Khan given five-year jail term for poaching

Salman Khan has been convicted of poaching blackbucks in Rajasthan in 1998. Khan, who wore black sunglasses and a figure-hugging black shirt, was escorted under heavy guard to jail where he will spent the night behind bars. Salman has been held guilty of killing two blackbucks in Kankani village near Jodhpur in October 1998 during the shooting of the film " Hum Saath Saath Hain ".

World News Trump says China will take down trade barriers, deal on IP: Tweet
Author: 0 Trump says China will take down trade barriers, deal on IP: Tweet

A deal addressing China's theft of USA intellectual property is also expected to be made. "Great future for both countries!" the president tweeted. China has pledged to "counterattack with great strength" if Trump decides to follow through on his latest threat to impose tariffs on an additional $100bn in Chinese goods, after an earlier announcement that targeted $50bn.

World News Palestinian man shot after alleged screwdriver attack
Author: 0 Palestinian man shot after alleged screwdriver attack

A 31-year-old popular Gaza filmmaker, Yasser Murtaja, was shot in the lower abdomen by Israeli forces despite wearing a blue-and-white vest with the word "PRESS" emblazoned on the front. "The silence from worldwide powers with the responsibility of bringing a just settlement of the Israel-Palestine conflict must end", said Corbyn at the Downing Street protest rally.

World News Brazil's da Silva in police custody
Author: 0 Brazil's da Silva in police custody

As he tried to leave the compound Saturday through a gate, dozens of supporters surrounded the vehicle shouting "don't surrender" and "no turning back", which forced his vehicle to back away from the gate. That conviction was upheld by an appeals court in January. After his arrest, fireworks and cheering broke out in parts of Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and other cities among those who long considered Lula responsible for the tide of graft sweeping over Brazilian politics.

World News German Police Have Reportedly Foiled Attacks On Sunday's Berlin Half Marathon
Author: 0 German Police Have Reportedly Foiled Attacks On Sunday's Berlin Half Marathon

The race was guarded by more than 630 police officers and went off undisturbed. Berlin police tweeted that six people were detained in cooperation with the city's prosecutor's office. It also wrote that in one of the searched apartments, dogs trained to find explosives barked when they were taken into the dwelling's basement. Earlier, German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer reiterated that the government was committed to national security.

World News Body found in ocean near site of Hart family crash
Author: 0 Body found in ocean near site of Hart family crash

Authorities believe the body may be that of one of the missing girls from the crash. An autopsy was scheduled for Tuesday but positive identification will most likely be done by DNA analysis which could take weeks, investigators said . Harlan, 23, spent the last months of her life helping other women as a transitional house manager in Homestead Ministries, a program she graduated from herself.

World News Congress 'throttling' democracy, 'abusing' people's mandate, says PM Modi
Author: 0 Congress 'throttling' democracy, 'abusing' people's mandate, says PM Modi

Recalling the foundation of the BJP, the Prime Minister said, "The BJP was born in the city of Mumbai, in extremely tough circumstances". This is nothing but "vote bank", appeasement, pleasing politics of Modi and Amit Shah-led BJP. Modi told her, "First and foremost, I want to tell you, there is no need for anger. Our way is Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and we must remain dedicated to this cause".

World News Messi matches Ronaldinho's Liga record for direct free kicks
Author: 0 Messi matches Ronaldinho's Liga record for direct free kicks

But Lionel Messi took the shine away from Leganes in the 87th minutes as he collected a pass and from inside the box he lifted the ball over Ivan Cuellar , who was off his line to make it 3 - 1 for Barcelona . The visitors threatened again when an unmarked El Zhar headed off target from 12 yards after being found by Darko Brasanac, as Barca appeared to take their foot off the gas.

World News Man United Fight Back To Beat Man City 3-2
Author: 0 Man United Fight Back To Beat Man City 3-2

The hosts went 2-0 ahead after half an hour through Vincent Kompany and Ilkay Gundogan , before Pogba's double and Chris Smalling's victor in the second half. The Englishman offered very little after the restart and was part of a defence that went haywire and threw the lead away. "We have to focus on what we did wrong and we must improve, but we mustn't forget what we did all season".

Author: 0 China ready to pay any price in trade war with US

As president, he continued to view the trade deals the country had made in these lens. The desired outcome for many is a return of the primacy of negotiations in resolving any trade disputes. Trump promised voters while campaigning for president that he would curb foreign imports to create American jobs. For example, by imposing tariffs on soybeans, they were targeting the residents of Iowa, which tend to lean Republican.

Author: 0 Stocks slip on Trump's latest trade salvo, USA jobs report awaited

Critics warned the tariffs would not only raise the cost of steel and aluminum, making products such as automobiles and canned beer more expensive, but could also spur an global trade war. However, Lighthizer did not clarify the extent of the new round of tariffs in his news release Friday morning . White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said he expects Washington and Beijing to work out their differences over trade.

Author: 0 Israel Warns it Would Attack Hamas if 'March of Return' Rallies Continue

Palestinians torched tires near Gaza's border with Israel on Friday, sending huge plumes of black smoke into the air and drawing tear gas and live fire from Israeli soldiers deployed on the other side of the border fence. "We call on the Israeli government to comply with UN Security Council Resolution 2222 on the protection of journalists (adopted in 2015), demand an urgent independent investigation and the sentencing of the perpetrators of this crime against freedom of the press", said Deloire.

World News 'Unsatisfactory': Britain and Russia Trade Charges in Poisoning Case
Author: 0 'Unsatisfactory': Britain and Russia Trade Charges in Poisoning Case

Whitehall sources said Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov had turned down the chance for discussions and dismissed the embassy's move as the "latest in a series of Russian disinformation attempts". Viktoria Skripal later told the BBC she did not have enough money in her bank account to satisfy the visa requirements. Meanwhile Russia yesterday requested an explanations over Britain's refusal to issue a visa to the niece of Sergei Skripal, according to reports from the RIA news agency.

World News Facebook is on a list of 30 groups in data privacy probe
Author: 0 Facebook is on a list of 30 groups in data privacy probe

Therefore, Facebook has disabled the search by phone/email feature and in order to reduce further risk of scraping, the social media giant will also change how users recover their account. Zuckerberg's scheduled for two hearings next week before Congress, where he will be questioned by lawmakers who have expressed dismay at Russian use of Facebook during the 2016 election , and the exposure of data to Cambridge Analytica , which worked on President Trump's campaign.

World News Commonwealth Games 2018: Venkat Rahul Ragala wins India's fourth gold in weightlifting
Author: 0 Commonwealth Games 2018: Venkat Rahul Ragala wins India's fourth gold in weightlifting

Hon. Dalton Talagi - Minister of Ministry and Natural Resources says, "In the end you're representing you're country and the flag and the name which is part of Government's responsibility so I take it". On Day 3, Canada added seven medals to its total, positioning the team third in the medal count with 18 so far. Wilson, an Olympic bronze medalist on the horizontal bar, did just enough to win with a combined 84.950.

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Author: 0 "Black Panther" becomes 3rd best title in the US

These are the figures before inflation. On Friday, " Black Panther " finished with a domestic total of $659.3 million, just shy of the $659.5 million grossed by " Titanic ", which hit theaters in late 1997, reports THR . anything. Black Panther remains the top-earning Marvel release in franchise history , towering over The Avengers' $623.4 million North American take by about $42 million and counting.

World News Users would need to pay if Facebook stopped collecting data, exec says
Author: 0 Users would need to pay if Facebook stopped collecting data, exec says

Congress next week. Facebook said the feature was developed after the Sony Corp. data hack in 2014, which exposed a trove of sensitive internal communications. Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) has made another announcement that will be considered too late in some quarters. Separately, the social network will also be rolling out the same authentication process to the administrators of "large" Facebook pages.

Author: 0 Egypt condemns use of excessive force against Palestinians

The following day, Israel's military said in a tweet that "Nothing was carried out uncontrolled; everything was accurate and measured, and we know where every bullet landed". Earlier, Hamas spokesman Hazem Qassem urged protesters to keep the rallies peaceful. The demonstrators are pressing for a right of return for refugees and their descendants to what is now Israel.

World News TDP MPs detained after attempt to protest near PM's residence
Author: 0 TDP MPs detained after attempt to protest near PM's residence

The TDP leaders were taken away by the Delhi Police as they protested in front of the Prime Minister's residence against the "injustice" meted out to Andhra Pradesh and demanding special status for the state. Earlier, he dressed as a cattle herder and "Narad Muni" to protest against the denial of special category status to Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh's ruling Telugu Desam Party had in March pulled out of the National Democratic Alliance at the Centre and then moved a no-confidence ...

World News Ex-South Korean President , Park Guen-Hye jailed for 24 years
Author: 0 Ex-South Korean President , Park Guen-Hye jailed for 24 years

Park has been held at a detention center near Seoul since her arrest in March 2017, but she refused to attend Friday's court session, citing sickness. She was also found responsible for enforcing a blacklist of artists and cultural figures critical of her administration. The scandal has already led to the arrests, indictments and convictions of dozens of high-profile government officials and business leaders.