• Man charged with MI airport terror
Man charged with MI airport terror

The Minister of Public Safety has spoken with the RCMP Commissioner and the National Security and Intelligence Advisor about the attack at Bishop International Airport in Flint Michigan . "Lt. Neville got him to stop stabbing him". "I never had any problems with him", Luciano Piazza told The Canadian Press. Fthoui seemed to have acted alon...

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  • Waiving farm loans has become a fashion now, says Venkaiah Naidu
Waiving farm loans has become a fashion now, says Venkaiah Naidu

Echoing similar sentiments, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also castigated Naidu and said that the Union Minister should have not made such a harsh statements at a time when the situation in Madhya Pradesh is so volatile. "It needs to focus on healthcare, administration, education and basic amenities", Naidu said in his address while launc...

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  • French armed forces minister Goulard quits as probe overshadows her party
French armed forces minister Goulard quits as probe overshadows her party

PARIS French armed forces minister Sylvie Goulard unexpectedly quit her job on Tuesday, saying she did not want to stay on because of an investigation overshadowing her center-right Modem party's affairs in the European Parliament . Goulard is a member of the Modem party that allied itself with Republic on the Move in the presidential and legisla...

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  • Indian IT export to grow 7-8% in current fiscal: Nasscom
Indian IT export to grow 7-8% in current fiscal: Nasscom

A leading lobby group for India's IT industry on Thursday forecast the sector's export revenues to grow at 7-8 percent for the year to March, around the growth levels seen last year, as the industry faces continued headwinds from the USA market.

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  • Socceroos to make changes for must-win clash against Cameroon
Socceroos to make changes for must-win clash against Cameroon

Germany's position atop the sport is nearly unquestioned, and when a manager like Jogi Löw knows the way he wants his teams to play and knows in large part his strongest XI, he can afford to use a tournament like the Confederations Cup to look at new players.

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  • Just saying, stuck to a coach I hated, for 20 years Bindra
Just saying, stuck to a coach I hated, for 20 years Bindra

Kumble's original contract expired with the team's Champions Trophy campaign , but the former captain was tipped to get an extension after enjoying a successful run during his year in charge. But the CAC has the authority to request the BCCI to allow the interview of candidates from the outside who they deem fit for the position. I hated him!But st...

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  • Two detained over brawl during Erdoğan's USA visit
Two detained over brawl during Erdoğan's USA visit

Two Turkish-Americans have already been arrested for assault, and two Turkish Canadians have also been charged . That video soon went viral and the incident has been under investigation by the Washington police, the State Department and the Secret Service.

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  • Tiger Woods says he's getting 'professional help'
Tiger Woods says he's getting 'professional help'

Tiger Woods's court appearance is set for August 9. Though he racked up 14 major championships before the age of 32, Woods, who has been plagued by injuries, has not won one since the U.S. " Tiger has been dealing with so much pain physically". Tiger has been trying to figure out how to live a life and actually have a life. And I think that ...

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  • Trump weighs North Korea travel ban after Warmbier's death
Trump weighs North Korea travel ban after Warmbier's death

He had returned to the United States in a coma after being held captive in North Korea . Beijing, which wants resumed US negotiations with North Korea , is hoping for "positive outcomes" from Wednesday's dialogue, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said .

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  • Georgia's first republican woman elected to Congress
Georgia's first republican woman elected to Congress

The win in Georgia also could strengthen the political will of Republicans in Congress evaluating their next steps on what polls show is a deeply unpopular replacement of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law and on a tax package.

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  • Annual Congressional baseball game brings unity after shooting, Scalise remains hospitalized
Annual Congressional baseball game brings unity after shooting, Scalise remains hospitalized

On Thursday night, after the latest surgery, the hospital announced that Scalise had "improved in the last 24 hours". Medstar Washington Hospital Center said the congressman underwent another surgery Saturday, and that he is more responsive and speaking with family.For three months, Hodgkinson lived out of a white cargo van in a gentrified neighbor...

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  • North Korea 'willing to talk' with U.S. on nuclear moratorium
North Korea 'willing to talk' with U.S. on nuclear moratorium

The United States, South Korea and others have accused North Korea of using foreign detainees has hostages to secure diplomatic concessions. As the rogue regime repeatedly threatened the US and its regional allies, testing missiles at least nine times since Trump's election, the administration looked to China to help.

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  • Opposition parties to meet over Presidential election
Opposition parties to meet over Presidential election

We are 17 parties who came together on the issue. "Nitish talked to Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and Lalu and conveyed his opinion about Kovind to them. Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav, whose father Mulayam Singh Yadav is toeing a different line, said that his party would go with the opposition led by Congress.

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  • Prince Philip Hospitalized Due to an Infection
Prince Philip Hospitalized Due to an Infection

He is reportedly in good spirits and was admitted as a precautionary measure . Last month, Buckingham Palace announced that after seven decades of service he was stepping down from all public engagements from August . The most serious of which was his admission to hospital with a bladder infection after the events surrounding the Queen's Di...

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  • Syria troops positioning for Daesh fight
Syria troops positioning for Daesh fight

The dangers of the failure to rebuild after conflict were clear in Iraq following the 2003 US -led invasion. A U.S. official told AFP the pilot of the Syrian plane appeared to have ejected before the jet was hit, though his fate was unknown.

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  • Tillerson: US Hopes Gulf Countries' Demands on Qatar 'Reasonable'
Tillerson: US Hopes Gulf Countries' Demands on Qatar 'Reasonable'

The embargo was issued, according to the State Department, without giving the USA ally any details about the claims of its alleged ties to terrorist organizations or what it can do to help ease tensions. Erdogan has strongly backed Qatar in the crisis with Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations that cut off relations with Doha after accusing it of s...

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  • In Georgia, Handel Wins Handily, Ossoff Penalized for Centrism
In Georgia, Handel Wins Handily, Ossoff Penalized for Centrism

Like Robinson, Democratic strategist Tharon Johnson believes Ossoff ran a good campaign, but in the end, he believes the district was just too conservative for a Democrat to win. Other outside groups and Handel also focused on this theme. On policy, Handel mostly echoes the GOP line. "Then there's also the numerous times Pelosi has praised fo...

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  • Australian senator moves motion while breastfeeding
Australian senator moves motion while breastfeeding

As Huffington Post Australia reported, Waters was in the middle of feeding her daughter, Alia, when her turn came to speak on the resurgence of black lung within the country's coal-mining community. She didn't miss a beat and delivered the first Senate motion with babe in arm. Since then, she's accompanied her mother during numerous Senate divi...

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  • US Soldiers Killed By Afghan Soldier In Apparent Insider Attack
US Soldiers Killed By Afghan Soldier In Apparent Insider Attack

According to the spokesman Attahullah Khogyani of the Nangarhar province governor , where the incident occurred , the U.S. servicemen were killed by a soldier of the Afghanistan armed forces. is considering sending more troops to Afghanistan. An Afghan official says the deaths and injury stem from an attack by an Afghan soldier, who also die...

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  • George Mitchell: US Should Not Brace for China on NKorea
George Mitchell: US Should Not Brace for China on NKorea

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday urged Chinese officials to apply greater diplomatic and economic pressure on North Korea to force Pyongyang to rein in its nuclear weapons program. Cho Myung-kyun, the nominee for the unification minister that handles North Korean affairs, said that South Korea should think about revoking its d...

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