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Libyan navy doubts reports of 90 migrants drowning off western coast

Libyan navy doubts reports of 90 migrants drowning off western coast

The International Organisation for Migration announced earlier that nearly 90 immigrants were feared drowned off Zuwara coast, though three immigrants survived and made it to the shore alive. Worldwid...

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Liberty Street Advisors, Inc Disclosed New Martin Midstream Partners Lp Position

EQT Midstream Partners, LP (EQM ) stock price distance from twenty day simple moving average slumped at -2.12% while its distance from fifty day simple moving average raised 2.91% along with 0.92% abo...

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Six wounded in drive-by shooting, police say foreigners were targeted

Six wounded in drive-by shooting, police say foreigners were targeted

The suspect is reportedly a 28-year-old Italian and he was arrested about two hours after the shooting rampage began. A motive for the shootings wasn't immediately confirmed, but it comes just days af...

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Kenyan lawyer in trouble for attending Odinga's 'swearing in'

Kenyan lawyer in trouble for attending Odinga's 'swearing in'

The shutdown, unprecedented in Kenya's democratic era, prompted fierce public criticism and raised fears the country was reverting to the censorship that characterized decades of repressive one-part...

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Pakistan, Afghanistan joint working groups to meet in Kabul

Pakistan, Afghanistan joint working groups to meet in Kabul

The NSC meeting reviewed the security situation in the region and strongly condemned the recent spate of terrorist attacks in Kabul. A top-level delegation of Pakistan's civil and military leaders...

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Captain Best is quizzed over attending pals' trial

Captain Best is quizzed over attending pals' trial

All four players deny the charges. The woman at the centre of the rape case involving two Ireland rugby players will be cross-examined today. Two other men have also been returned for trial on c...

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United States sanctions Ghana, Sierra Leone businesses over Hezbollah links

United States sanctions Ghana, Sierra Leone businesses over Hezbollah links

The US has levied sanctions against people and businesses in Sierra Leone, Ghana and Lebanon over their alleged links to Hezbollah. Taking aim at Iran's global footprint, President Donald Trump's ad...

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Trump urges compromise as Republicans wrestle with immigration

Trump urges compromise as Republicans wrestle with immigration

The issue of the Dreamers arose after Trump previous year cancelled DACA , which former Democratic President Barack Obama had created to protect Dreamers, and gave Congress until March 5 to draft...

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Trump Presses McConnell On White House Immigration Plan

Trump Presses McConnell On White House Immigration Plan

He said that if Democrats do not agree to negotiate immigration reforms, then Republicans need to elect more of their party members to increase the size of the majorities they now have in the Senate...

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Seriously Hurt After Ontario Crash Between Van And Bus

Seriously Hurt After Ontario Crash Between Van And Bus

One of the 10 year olds is in critical condition, the others are listed as serious. OPP Central Division officers later tweeted the six children were between the ages of 4 and 15. No students on the...

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Rihanna Reunites With French President Emmanuel Macron for Global Education Funding

Rihanna Reunites With French President Emmanuel Macron for Global Education Funding

Diagne believes the recent Grammy victor will actually be visiting Senegal to secretly participate in a Freemason's conference. Rihanna has flown into Senegal to attend an education conferen...

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Italy asks CJEU to reconsider EMA move

Italy asks CJEU to reconsider EMA move

It has been estimated that it will be around nine months after Brexit before the final location in Zuidas will be ready - sometime in November 2019. Italy's government said it wanted to ensure that ...

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Deutsche Bank posts third consecutive annual loss in 2017

Deutsche Bank posts third consecutive annual loss in 2017

USA tax reforms prompted a non-cash tax charge of 1.4 billion euros, pushing the bank into a full-year loss. In 2018, "we aim for a profit, not only before, but of course also after income taxes", C...

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Kashmiri students assault: Three of six accused arrested

Student of the Central University of Haryana in Mahendragarh district, Aftab said, "No one came forward to help us". Soon after, the police arrived at the spot. He even tagged Prime Minister Modi in...

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Cuba state media: Fidel Castro's son has killed himself

Cuba state media: Fidel Castro's son has killed himself

A nuclear physicist by training, Castro Diaz-Balart, 68, was the offspring of a family that combined the aristocratic class that ruled pre-revolutionary Cuba with the man who expelled them after takin...

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North Korean flag flies in South before Olympic Games open

Ripley, who frequently travels to North Korea , cited diplomatic sources "with deep knowledge of North Korea's intentions" as saying they would show off the missiles to "scare the hell out of" United...

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Groundhog Day: How Accurate is Punxsutawney Phil for Columbia?

Groundhog Day: How Accurate is Punxsutawney Phil for Columbia?

In fact, over the course of 'Hog History, Phil has reported seeing his shadow 103 times in 121 prognostications for which the results were recorded (with 10 of his treks having no official rep...

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In video, senior UP cop pledges 'early construction of Ram temple'

In video, senior UP cop pledges 'early construction of Ram temple'

The controversial incident took place during a private function organised in a room of the Public Administration department of Lucknow University on January 28 by the Akhil Bharatiya Samagra Vichar ...

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Maldives exiled ex-president calls for prisoners' release

Maldives exiled ex-president calls for prisoners' release

Gayoom had been set to run for re-election virtually unopposed with all of his opponents either jailed or exiled. But ex-President Mohammed Nasheed , who is among the prisoners ordered freed, said ...

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"I Love New York" signs being taken off of highways

Karas and Driscoll said the state plans to reuse materials from the current signs to install the new signs. NY state will replace hundreds of tourism signs along its highways after officials in Wash...

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Super Bowl ads to have local impact on products

CBS made no sell-out announcement for its 2016 broadcast of Super Bowl 50. At the Super Bowl Experience event now running at the Minneapolis Convention Center, staff are being instructed to complete...

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N Korean athletes land in South for Winter Olympics

The summary by the KCNA starts with some criticisms that have been pointed to US President Trump and his entire administration saying that his cabinet members had acquired wealth illegally and from in...

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Manchester City ease past West Brom

Manchester City ease past West Brom

In other games of the night, Manchester City who are now league leaders, will be at home to struggling West Brom . Having only signed for Manchester City days before, Laporte was thrown into ...

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Arizona Engineer Says He Sold Ammunition to Las Vegas Mass Shooter

Arizona Engineer Says He Sold Ammunition to Las Vegas Mass Shooter

Paddock, 64, was staying at the Mandalay Bay on October 1, 2017, and, from his room on the 32nd floor, opened fire on a crowd of more than 20,000 at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival. If con...

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Pentagon unveils policy focused on deterring Russian Federation with smaller nukes

Pentagon unveils policy focused on deterring Russian Federation with smaller nukes

In his State of the Union address Tuesday, he made no mention of expansion, though he said the arsenal must deter acts of aggression. Meanwhile, the US and its allies maintain the defensive and of...

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Drilling Down Into the Books for Celgene Corporation (CELG)

Mattel, Inc. (NASDAQ:MAT) has declined 26.92% since February 2, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 5.17% the S&P500. Security National Bank Of So Dak increased its stake in At & T In...

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Big Change Coming to Canadian National Anthem

Big Change Coming to Canadian National Anthem

It will become law following a formal royal assent, the Canadian press reports. Second line of the national anthem , " O Canada ", has been changed to '"true patriot love in all of us command" fr...

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Judge Rules Florida's Ban on Felons Voting Unconstitutional

Judge Rules Florida's Ban on Felons Voting Unconstitutional

The Florida Constitution says that each governor and their cabinet should act as the clemency board, leaving it up to each governor to create his or her own process for restoring voting rights. But H...

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Sal Castro student calls brother, 'Someone just got shot, I need you'

Sal Castro student calls brother, 'Someone just got shot, I need you'

A pupil at the school told Associated Press news agency that his 12-year-old classmate said the shooting was an accident. Los Angeles Police spokesman Josh Rubenstein said detectives are trying ...

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Restrictions imposed in Shopian to prevent march

Restrictions imposed in Shopian to prevent march

The Jammu and Kashmir police and the Central Reserve Police Force personnel were deployed in large numbers to prevent people from marching towards Shopian. "They were detained for defying restrictio...

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40-year commitment for girl in Slender Man case

40-year commitment for girl in Slender Man case

Geyser apologized in court, breaking down in tears. "I just want to let [the victim] and her family know that I'm sorry", she said . Two other doctors at Thursday's sentencing hearing in Waukes...

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Archaeologists uncover sophisticated stone tools dating back to 385000 years in India

Archaeologists uncover sophisticated stone tools dating back to 385000 years in India

Prior to this discovery, development of MP tools in India had been dated to as late as 140,000 to 90,000 years ago. Humans left Africa to populate the world at least 300,000 years ago, suggests a ne...

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Morocco, Nigeria Battle For CHAN 2018 Title

Morocco, Nigeria Battle For CHAN 2018 Title

Buhari said he joins millions of football loving Nigerians in celebrating the spectacular performance of the team, which qualified them for the final on Sunday with Morocco. The coach will also be cou...

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Budget 2018: Cheer for women on EPF

Budget 2018: Cheer for women on EPF

The new budget has also proposed to amend the Employees' Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act , 1952 to reduce women employees' contribution to the EPF to 8% for first three years of ...

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Q3 2018 EPS Estimates for Automatic Data Processing Lifted by Analyst (ADP)

Matthews International Capital Management Llc bought 205,300 shares as the company's stock declined 3.53% while stock markets rallied. The institutional investor held 309,460 shares of the miscellaneo...

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World's longest zip line 'Jebel Jais Flight' opens in United Arab Emirates

World's longest zip line 'Jebel Jais Flight' opens in United Arab Emirates

It was constructed in Ras al-Khaimah, one of the lesser known Emirates states as part of a push to increase tourism in the country. The process involved extensive feasibility studies, master-planning,...

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Animal Planet Gears Up for Puppy Bowl XIV With Special Programming

Animal Planet Gears Up for Puppy Bowl XIV With Special Programming

Forget the Super Bowl- this weekend's big game for many is the 2018 Puppy Bowl . The network is working with different animal shelters and rescues around the country to fill up the rosters for Te...

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Trump's boast of report speech rankings is unsuitable

Trump had initially planned to deport so-called "Dreamers" protected by Barack Obama's DACA - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. "Americans are dreamers, too", Trump said as the nation wat...

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Amazon now disrupting health care! Blog Internet, Information Technology & e-Discovery Blog

Amazon now disrupting health care! Blog Internet, Information Technology & e-Discovery Blog

America doesn't use more health care than European countries, but we pay a lot more and that's because of prices more than anything else. The rapidly spiraling cost of medical treatment, along with an...

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U.S. renews Syria's Temporary Protected Status for 18 months

U.S. renews Syria's Temporary Protected Status for 18 months

The Syrian civil war broke out after President Bashar al-Assad's forces carried out a brutal crackdown on protesters in 2011, drawing in countries from around the region as well as the US, Russia and ...

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