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Kim Jong Un holds military parade before start of Olympics

Kim Jong Un holds military parade before start of Olympics

Seoul had to waive sanctions in place since 2010 on North Korea over the sinking of a South Korean naval vessel to allow the ship to enter this time. It wasn't clear if Kim Jong Un spoke during th...

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Palestinian Teenager Shot Dead After Alleged Stabbing Attack Against Israeli Guard

Palestinian Teenager Shot Dead After Alleged Stabbing Attack Against Israeli Guard

Three other Palestinians are in critical condition, along with at least 110 others wounded. A Palestinian was killed by Israeli forces after an alleged stabbing attack in the Israeli-occupied West ...

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New ANC leader in 'constructive' talks with SA president Jacob Zuma

New ANC leader in 'constructive' talks with SA president Jacob Zuma

According to Ramaphosa, his discussions with Zuma "were constructive and lay the basis for a speedy resolution of the matter in the interests of the country and its people". South Africa's deputy pres...

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Pope's meeting with Turkish president draws protesters

Pope's meeting with Turkish president draws protesters

Pope Francis gave a symbol of peace as a gift to Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan on Monday, as Turkish forces continued their military offensive against Kurds in Syria . The Brothers of Italy party ...

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British hacking suspect wins USA extradition fight

British hacking suspect wins USA extradition fight

Analysis Accused hacker Lauri Love will not be extradited from the United Kingdom to America to stand trial on accusations that he hacked into a number of American government agencies, the High C...

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U.S. trade deficit surges during Trump's first year in office

U.S. trade deficit surges during Trump's first year in office

Imports set a record $2.9 trillion, swamping exports of $2.3 trillion, according to CTV News Canada . For all of 2017, the goods-and-services gap grew 12 percent to $566 billion, the biggest since ...

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Nassar Receives Third and Final Prison Sentence

Nassar Receives Third and Final Prison Sentence

Larry Nassar listens as lead prosecutor Angela Povilaitis makes her closing statements Monday the third and final day of sentencing in Eaton County Court in Charlotte, Mich., where Nassar will be sen...

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U.S. begins Iraq drawdown after declaration of victory over ISIS

U.S. begins Iraq drawdown after declaration of victory over ISIS

The same month, the Pentagon said there were roughly 5,200 American forces in Iraq . The U.S. will move troops from Iraq to Afghanistan , however, the shift will not represent a large "exodus" of ...

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Jewish American leader criticizes Polish law

Jewish American leader criticizes Polish law

Polish politicians have long called for laws that prohibit expressions such as " Polish death camps" in reference to concentration camps operated in Nazi-occupied Poland. "The ruling party couldn't ...

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Little place for arms management in Trump's nuclear technique

Little place for arms management in Trump's nuclear technique

When the Obama administration did its own reset of the strategy in 2010, it argued the world could be made safer if the US reduced the role of nuclear weapons in defense strategy. Freeman, who served ...

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Kenya government allows 2 TV stations to resume broadcasting

Kenya government allows 2 TV stations to resume broadcasting

Miguna has been in police custody since Friday morning when he was arrested dramatically from his Runda house, which was extensively damaged. According to the charge sheet presented in court, Miguna...

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'Disturbed' by Maldives emergency, monitoring situation carefully, says India

'Disturbed' by Maldives emergency, monitoring situation carefully, says India

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres urged the Maldives government Tuesday to end the state of emergency and ensure the safety of its citizens, including judges and politicians who h...

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Karni Sena celebrates Congress victory in Rajasthan bypolls

Karni Sena celebrates Congress victory in Rajasthan bypolls

In Mandalgarh Congress won 39.5% of the vote and the BJP 32 % votes. In the results declared on Thursday, Congress recorded comfortable victories in Ajmer and Alwar Lok Sabha seats as well as in Manda...

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Deputy killed on work anniversary; 3 other officers shot

Deputy killed on work anniversary; 3 other officers shot

Monday, February 5 was his 11 year anniversary with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office. One woman whose husband worked with Deputy Flick remembered him fondly. "This is indeed a hard day for our ...

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Karnataka- a 10% commission Govt , says Modi

Karnataka- a 10% commission Govt , says Modi

Flanked by key ministers of his Cabinet at the press conference, Siddaramaiah charged that Modi was "supporting and facilitating corruption" while saying that the Centre was yet to appoint a Lokpal....

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O'Driscoll And O'Connell Both Hugely Critical Of France HIA Farce

O'Driscoll And O'Connell Both Hugely Critical Of France HIA Farce

Twice in this game - firstly with an injury to teenage fly-half Matthieu Jalibert and later to Antoine Dupont - French players went off with what looked like knee injuries. The Leinster fly-half...

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Why is porn ok but grid girls aren't?

Why is porn ok but grid girls aren't?

In a lengthy post of Facebook, Westby talks about how she turned her stint as a Grid Girl into a career as a stunt driver and competitive drift driver: "I wasn't going to get involved in this whole ba...

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WH Removes Nominee for Council on Environment Quality

WH Removes Nominee for Council on Environment Quality

Ms. Hartnett White, who had served for six years under Texas Gov. Rick Perry, was chosen to chair the White House's Council on Environmental Quality, a key administration panel that deals with all asp...

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Four foreigners injured in Italy shooting

Four foreigners injured in Italy shooting

A man has opened fire from his auto in central Italy. Police operation in progress. However, reports suggest that at least seven people may have been shot and wounded. As police closed in the susp...

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Screams and crying among passengers after Amtrak train crash

Screams and crying among passengers after Amtrak train crash

He said about 50 emergency personnel were helping to get people out of the train. Railroad sources familiar with the investigation told NBC News investigators are looking at the possibility that C...

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Democrats say GOP memo aims to protect Trump, smear Federal Bureau of Investigation

Democrats say GOP memo aims to protect Trump, smear Federal Bureau of Investigation

Following the release of a controversial memo alleging misconduct by Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department officials, top Democratic lawmakers have warned President Donald Trump a...

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Ammunition seller charged in connection with Las Vegas shooting

Ammunition seller charged in connection with Las Vegas shooting

An Arizona man who sold ammunition to the gunman in the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history has been charged with manufacturing armor-piercing bullets. It was unclear from the CBS inte...

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Mattis Warns Syria To not Use Chemical Weapons

Mattis Warns Syria To not Use Chemical Weapons

The US officials claimed that Syrian armed forces have "evolved" their chemical weapons and occasionally used them in smaller amounts since 2017. Syria also says that reports by Western-backed med...

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Los Angeles endured 12th school shooting of 2018

Los Angeles endured 12th school shooting of 2018

Share this article: Officer Robert Arcos of the Los Angeles Police Department speaks to the media outside Salvador Castro Middle School . Three others suffered minor injuries due to shrapnel or b...

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It's Groundhog Day! Punxsutawney Phil predicts 6 more weeks of winter

It's Groundhog Day! Punxsutawney Phil predicts 6 more weeks of winter

Toby Ault, a Cornell assistant professor of earth and atmospheric sciences, says the tool is based on weather data linked with leaf-out and bloom in cloned lilacs and honeysuckle. In Milltown, N.J., ...

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