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World News Trump to approve release of GOP memo
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Gaetz tweaked the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director with his own allusion. The Justice Department and Democrats say the memo could harm national security and mislead the public. The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee says he's proud of FBI Director Christopher Wray for standing up for his agents and voicing his objections to President Donald Trump about the release of a GOP-authored classified memo .

World News Three pro-democracy activists nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Author: 0 Three pro-democracy activists nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Chris Smith, a member of Congress who also signed the nomination, said the prize would be a fitting tribute to Chinese Nobel Peace Prize victor Liu Xiaobo, who died in China in 2017. The US lawmakers want to recognise their "peaceful efforts to bring political reform and self-determination to Hong Kong". The movement failed to force Beijing to change its decision, while more than 1,000 people were arrested and some, including the trio nominated for the prize, were imprisoned.

World News N.Korean athletes arrive in South for Olympics
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Last year U.S. officials warned that ISIS were plotting to use drones to launch attacks against civilian populations. They also added that with 110,000 condoms being distributed, this was also the largest number of condoms to be doled out during a winter Olympics event.

World News United States bans weapons export, defence services to South Sudan
Author: 0 United States bans weapons export, defence services to South Sudan

The US will restrict all sales of defense equipment and services to all parties to South Sudan's conflict, the State Department announced Friday, saying it is "appalled" by the continuing violence. Frustration with South Sudan's government and rebels has been rising. Russian Federation thought that the situation would only worsen if there was any foreign intervention and China encouraged "positive messages".

World News London mosque terror attacker jailed for at least 43 years
Author: 0 London mosque terror attacker jailed for at least 43 years

Speaking outside court after Osborne's sentencing on Friday, Mr Ali's daughter Ruzina Akhtar said the killer's denial of his crime was "particularly hard". "You meant to kill". "Islam's ideology doesn't belong here and neither does sharia law". His estranged girlfriend, Sarah Andrews, said the "total loner" had become "brainwashed" and "obsessed" with Muslims since watching a TV drama about the Rochdale grooming scandal in May a year ago, along with two subsequent terror attacks in the UK.

World News MLA asks why Ulster players attended rugby rape trial
Author: 0 MLA asks why Ulster players attended rugby rape trial

The woman was asked if on the night of the alleged attack she was aware that Ulster Rugby players were in the VIP area of Ollie's nightclub in Belfast before she went into it. A defence lawyer for Jackson asked the woman: "Have you watered down your following of rugby or your knowledge of the people who played it?" Earlier in the trial, she said she did not follow rugby and had never been to an Ulster rugby match.

World News 90 migrants dead as boat capsizes off Libya coast
Author: 0 90 migrants dead as boat capsizes off Libya coast

This year has seen 218 migrants, excluding Friday's tragedy, die on the central route according to IOM figures, and 28 migrants on the western route that links North Africa to Spain. Zurawa, located near Libya's border with Tunisia, is a favoured site for migrant boat departures. IOM pointed out that Pakistanis made up the 13th largest group trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe previous year, with 3,138 of them arriving in Italy in 2017, and no recorded sea deaths.

World News Attorneys try to block execution of Texas man who killed daughters
Author: 0 Attorneys try to block execution of Texas man who killed daughters

He killed them while they were talking to their mother on speaker phone as apparent revenge for her reporting his probation violation that would land him in jail. "Merry. Christmas", Battaglia told Pearle, the words of the holiday greeting derisively divided by an obscenity. Pearle yelled into the phone for the children to run, then heard gunshots.

World News Minivan rams into pedestrians in Shanghai, 18 hurt
Author: 0 Minivan rams into pedestrians in Shanghai, 18 hurt

The man, with the surname Chen, worked for a Shanghai metal product company and had no prior criminal record. A spokesman for Starbucks said the customers and employees inside their store were unharmed. Three are believed to be seriously injured, though not critical. Initial reports suggested the incident was suspected to be a suicide attack. Fire trucks were dispatched to the scene and the blaze was put out.

World News Iran: 29 women arrested after protests against hijab rule intensify
Author: 0 Iran: 29 women arrested after protests against hijab rule intensify

Iranian police have arrested 29 women for appearing in public without a headscarf as protests against the country's Islamic dress codes escalate. The wave of anti-goverment demonstrations last month was sparked by concerns over rising living costs and a stagnant economy, but also provided an opening for Iranian women to push for equal rights.

World News Canada made the national anthem gender neutral
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Since then, he's introduced 12 bills to strip the text of its gendered language. "I'm very, very happy". Frances Lankin, who sponsored the measure, told the CBC. Now it needs only the governor general's signature to become law, which is a formality, but a date for that has not yet been set. It looked promising until a block of Conservative senators whom Wright described as "pale, male and stale" refused to allow the bill to be voted on.

World News Zuma would rather face impeachment than step down in the next week
Author: 0 Zuma would rather face impeachment than step down in the next week

Mr Zuma is under increasing pressure to step down, or for his party the governing African National Congress (ANC) to remove him from the position of president of the country. Opposition parties, including the EFF, UDM, IFP, Cope and ACDP, were in the process of holding a joint press briefing on Friday afternoon. According to the party's leader Mmusi Maimane, last year's SONA cost over R11 million and "we can not afford to waste this amount of public money for Jacob Zuma to deliver the ...

World News GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) Earns Neutral Rating from Wedbush
Author: 0 GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) Earns Neutral Rating from Wedbush

X Limited Liability Corporation stated it has 2,964 shares. A-R-T- Advisors Llc, which manages about $4.41 billion and $1.96B US Long portfolio, upped its stake in Verastem Inc (NASDAQ:VSTM) by 90,424 shares to 190,018 shares, valued at $893,000 in 2017Q3, according to the filing.

World News N. Korean Figure Skating Duo Hold First Practice in S. Korea
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North Korea will soon be able to strike the United States with a nuclear weapon even though, at this point, Pyongyang still has not proven that its ballistic missiles can hit its big enemy, USA officials said. He went on to say: "The Olympic Games show us what the world could look like, if we were all guided by the Olympic spirit of respect and understanding".

World News Selena Gomez Has Reportedly Finished Her Treatment Program for Depression and Anxiety
Author: 0 Selena Gomez Has Reportedly Finished Her Treatment Program for Depression and Anxiety

It's been several months of ups and downs for the Disney Channel alum, who underwent a kidney transplant for her Lupus last summer. She's still working on new music and is excited about it'. Earlier this week, she caught Justin Bieber's hockey match in the flawless game-day ensemble, elevated with a Louis Vuitton messenger bag that left her hands free to cheer on her boyfriend.

World News Train carrying US Republicans hits truck, killing one person
Author: 0 Train carrying US Republicans hits truck, killing one person

House Speaker Paul Ryan is among those who were on-board. Dr. Michael Burgess was in a booth in the dining vehicle, talking to two other GOP Congress members as they headed to a policy retreat in West Virginia on Wednesday. Representative Roger Marshall of Kansas, who is a doctor, performed CPR on the train's conductor and helped two people in the garbage truck who "are injured badly" and were put in an ambulance, a staff member said in a Tweet sent from Marshall's account.

World News Warnings of more violence as five shot in Calais migrant brawl
Author: 0 Warnings of more violence as five shot in Calais migrant brawl

Others had been attacked with iron bars, sticks and rocks. A spokesman for the prefecture which covers Calais said: 'Police intervened to protect the Afghanmigrants faced with 150 to 200 Eritrean migrants. "We have reached an escalation of violence that has become unbearable for both those from Calais and migrants", said Interior Minister of France Gerard Collomb , who visited one of the locations of the clashes.

World News Kenya defies courtroom order to revive TV transmissions
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Meanwhile armed plainclothes police officers, were stationed Wednesday night outside the headquarters of Nation Media Group, which runs NTV, according to Linus Kaikai, a Nation journalist. He further states that the action went against the Constitution and that there was no provision in law to support the shutdown. Miguna arrest over his role at the swearing-in of NASA leader Raila Odinga as the People's President was a dramatic affair.

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Author: 0 From "American carnage" to "American heart": How Trump toned it down

President George W. Bush topped Trump's latest speech in 2002 (51 million) and by a large margin in 2003 (62 million). However, the immigration policies he proposed during his State of the Union address on January 30 would dramatically cut the number of black and Hispanic immigrants, according to an analysis by the Center for Global Development.

World News F Gary Gray to direct Men in Black reboot
Author: 0 F Gary Gray to direct Men in Black reboot

For a while now, Sony's been trying to figure out what to do with their once-popular, now-dormant Men In Black franchise. The site states that the movie will "focus on new characters chasing villains that put the picture on more of a global scale than the two previous films".

World News AP Investigation Details Shocking Massacre, Mass Graves Of Myanmar Rohingya
Author: 0 AP Investigation Details Shocking Massacre, Mass Graves Of Myanmar Rohingya

After more than 200 soldiers swept into Gu Dar Pyin about noon, Mohammad Sha, 37, a shop owner and farmer, hid in a grove of coconut trees near a river with more than 100 others. United Nations spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the report was "extremely troubling". Matthew Smith of the aid group Fortify Rights, speaking with Michael Sullivan, who reports from Asia for NPR, says his group has been documenting mass graves in Rakhine since 2016.

World News Los Angeles middle school shooting accidental
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Anzueto said there were no metal detectors at the school . "I fear for my son's life", Anzueto says. There are two 15-year-old victims, a boy and a girl, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. Castro Middle School went off in a classroom just before 9 a.m. Authorities announced the charges after interviewing the suspect. "I just saw something pop", she said.

Author: 0 Budget 2018 | Railways get largest-ever allocation of Rs 1.48 lakh crore

In order to create employment and aid growth, the Finance Minister said, the government's estimated budgetary and extra budgetary expenditure on infrastructure for 2018-19 was being increased to Rs 5.97 lakh crore against estimated expenditure of Rs 4.94 lakh crore a year ago.

World News Mattis: US Concerned Sarin Gas Used in Syria
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Mattis told reporters that chlorine gas was known to have been weaponized "repeatedly" in attacks in Syria, but added: "We are even more concerned about the possibility of sarin use, and we are looking for the evidence". Defense Secretary James MattisJames Norman MattisTrump goes dark on Russian Federation and the real threat to our State of the Union The Hill's 12:30 Report Report: Mattis considering personal cellphone ban at Pentagon MORE hinted Friday that the United States would strike ...

World News Avalanche strikes Army post in J&K's Kupwara, 3 soldiers killed, 1 injured
Author: 0 Avalanche strikes Army post in J&K's Kupwara, 3 soldiers killed, 1 injured

The deceased have been identified as Havaldar Kamlesh Kumar, Naik Balbeer and Sepoy Rajinder, whereas, another soldier Sepoy Bipin is said to be stable, but will remain hospitalised. Five soldiers died after being swept in avalanches or caught in snow storms at different locations in Kupwara and neighbouring Bandipore district in second week of December 2017.

World News Sonia, Rahul call for Oppn unity as BSP skips meet
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The meeting was called by Sonia in her capacity of Congress Parliamentary Party chairperson. This is the first time Sonia led an opposition meet after handing over the baton of Congress president to her son. "Constitutional institutions are being undermined", Sonia Gandhi was quoted as saying. The CPP leader talked about Aadhaar being a good initiative launched by the UPA, but said the present government is using it as a tool to breach privacy.

World News Six more weeks of winter, says Willie, but Sam disagrees
Author: 0 Six more weeks of winter, says Willie, but Sam disagrees

But if cloudy sky prevents the groundhog from seeing its shadow, winter will soon yield to spring. It was the first Groundhog Day in the spotlight for this particular rodent, who assumed the mantle of Wiarton Willie last September when his predecessor died after an unusually long 13-year life.

World News COAS Gen Bajwa meets Saudi Crown Prince in Riyadh
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He showed off the comforts of his suite's gold-accented private office, a dining room and a kitchen which was fully stocked with his preferred vegetarian meals. No other details were immediately provided. The government has framed the campaign as an attempt to reclaim ill-gotten gains while sending a message that the endemic corruption that has long plagued the Saudi economy is coming to an end.

World News Arab ministers seek multilateral process to revive Mideast peace talks
Author: 0 Arab ministers seek multilateral process to revive Mideast peace talks

Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi on Thursday briefed members of the Arab Peace Initiative Committee on the progress of the Arab ministerial delegation's efforts to counter the U.S. The top diplomat was speaking at an Arab ministerial meeting of the Arab League in Cairo to discuss the grave ramification of the USA decision. During the meeting, the undersecretary stressed that the global community's rejection of the American administration's recognition of the city of Jerusalem as the capital of ...