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Trump says Republicans had a bumper year

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Advocates at the Make the Road New York rally say they want a clean Dream Act to be passed. We have a proposal. On Monday, he continued to express his hopes about a bipartisan immigration deal, saying "hopefully the Democrats will join us, or enough of them will join us, so we can really do something great". Read More »

Assam Summit is a boost to northeast, says, Jitendra Singh

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The prosperity of people living in Northeast is key to India's growth story gathering speed, he said. Earlier, Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal welcomed Prime Minister Modi and Tobgay with traditional japi, xorai and gamosa. Also, Ambani said that Jio will open offices in every tehsil headquarters in the state. "The mighty Brahmaputra river can be the largest runway for the seaplanes", he said adding that Spicejet has also been working on to market the fruits and vegetables produced ... Read More »

NAGALAND ELECTION 2018: NPF leaves vacant seats for BJP

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The ruling alliance, comprising the Naga Peoples Front and BJP, have chose to contest the assembly election . "We tried to have an alliance with Naga People's Front ( NPF ) but we could not reach an agreement on seat sharing". The pressure from New Delhi and the ground reality at home, that is Nagaland, must be pinching the Nagaland unit of the BJP hard. He said: "We will never come in the way of a solution that is honourable". Read More »

FCC Unanimously Pans Call For Gov't-Run 5G Network

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The internal memo argues for the government to build a network itself, according to the report ., which quotes another source saying a newer version of the memo says it is neutral on whether or not the government builds and owns the network. Read More »

France steps up Ramadan rape accusation inquiry

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Women who have testified anonymously during three months of preliminary investigations might now also file rape complaints, one of the sources said. He denies wrongdoing and is suing one of his accusers, a former radical Islamist, for slander. Read More »

Syrian army air attacks kill at least 28 in northwest: Observatory

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The ministry said the pilot was able to eject from the plane but died. Videos posted on social media appeared to show the plane being hit and bellowing flames rising from the wreckage on the ground. Rahman said he was unable to confirm which rebel faction shot down the plane, with several opposition forces and the jihadi Hayat Tahrir al-Sham group still active in Idlib. Read More »

Pentagon Chief: No Evidence of Recent Sarin Gas Use by Syria

They said further that Trump has not ruled out military action to "deter" chemical attacks by Assad's forces. He was of the opinion that if worldwide community does not act quickly to tighten the screws on Mr Assad, Syria's chemical weapons could spread beyond its borders and possibly even "to USA shores". Read More »

Indiana Medicaid Will Require People To Work To Maintain Health Coverage

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Before it received a temporary extension, the program was set to expire at the end of January. IN has been experimenting with new rules for the program for several years. Also, the state's decision to increase doctors' pay to the same rates as Medicare has resulted in many more specialists to treat Medicaid recipients and has reduced access problems, said Susan Jo Thomas, executive director of Covering Kids and Families of in, an advocacy group. Read More »

Capsizing off Libya is feared to have killed 90

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FO Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal shared on Twitter the names and details of the Pakistanis who were on the capsized boat. Ten bodies have washed ashore so far - they are thought to be eight Pakistanis and two Libyans. In comparison, only nine Pakistanis arrived in Italy by sea in January 2017. The IOM says that in January, more than 6,600 migrants and refugees crossed the Mediterranean for Europe. Read More »

Donald Trump vows to protect USA intellectual property, without directly blaming China

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Trade officials agreed on a new treaty's anti-corruption provisions and narrowed the gaps over customs issues. While additional NAFTA negotiation rounds are scheduled throughout the spring, Salmonsen is optimistic. "Those actions cost US sugar producers about $4 billion in damages before the problem was addressed in a 2017 agreement between the USA and Mexican governments". Read More »

Court order held up by police, Kenya TV stations still off air

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Omtatah later told Reuters that the courier he had sent to deliver the papers to Kenya's communications authority had been detained by men in dark suits who said they were police but refused to provide identification. Kenyan police on Saturday briefly detained a third opposition legislator who attended a symbolic " swearing-in " of opposition leader Raila Odinga that was a direct challenge to President Uhuru Kenyatta, who won re-election in October. Read More »

Four migrants reported injured in Italian shooting

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The chief suspect in that killing is a Nigerian. Police had warned people to stay inside while the shootings were ongoing. Officials in a central Italian city have confirmed that a suspect in drive-by shootings which injured a number of foreigners has been apprehended. Read More »

Rory Best declines to comment on attendance at rape trial

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The court heard that the woman had also told friends there was "no point" in going to the police. The pair deny all the charges. The woman was questioned about a night out at a Belfast club in the presence of members of the Ulster Rugby and Northern Ireland football squads just hours before the alleged attack. Read More »

First Trump tweets after State of the Union slam Democrats

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Dozens of immigrants in legal limbo - including a young teacher named America - had front row seats for President Donald Trump's State of the Union address Tuesday, getting a close-up look at U.S. Trump cancelled the program in September, but is now offering a 12 year path to citizenship that goes beyond DACA recipients, extending to all those who arrived in the country as youths and children and have grown up here. Read More »

Rep. Kennedy to deliver Democratic response to president's State of the Union

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In announcing their decision , Democratic leaders in Congress called Kennedy a "relentless fighter for working Americans ". He added that "the strongest, richest, greatest nation in the world shouldn't leave any one behind". Trump spent much of his speech to Congress touting economic figures as evidence of his administration's success. President Donald Trump will deliver his first State of the Union address on January 30, but his speech won't be the only one occurring on Tuesday ... Read More »

Rihanna works to get $3.1B for children's education in Africa

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On Thursday, Rihanna used her 86 million Twitter followers to urge the Australian and United Kingdom governments to commit to ensuring education for the world's poorest ahead of an worldwide conference with French President Emmanuel Macron and Senegalese President Macky Sall . Read More »

Trump Targets Hezbollah with New Sanctions

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On Friday, the United States Treasury prohibited financial transactions with six Lebanon-based individuals for assisting Adham Tabaja, a financier for the Iran-tied, terrorist group Hezbollah. USA officials say Tehran provides Hezbollah an estimated $700 million a year. "We will no longer allow corrupt Hezbollah and other Iranian regime cronies to hide their crimes behind front companies", White House spokesman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on Twitter. Read More »

EU decision on EMA move to Amsterdam is done: EU Commissioner

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EMA's head, Italian Guido Rasi, said earlier this week the temporary accommodation Amsterdam was offering before it finishes building a new site to host the agency was "not optimal". Udo Kock, deputy mayor of Amsterdam, said that it is also working to a generous definition of the "metropolitan area" around Amsterdam in order to house and school the staff of the EMA, post-Brexit. Read More »

Deutsche Bank posts third consecutive annual loss in 2017

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Pre-tax 2017 profits were €1.3 billion, compared with a pre-tax loss of €810 million in 2016. Deutsche Bank reported a net loss of €500m (£438m) for 2017 after taking the charge related to the U.S. But Deutsche Bank is again on the defensive. It has come to feel as if the PTSD from 2015 has etched itself onto Cryan's soul, and the billions in fines that Deutsche was paying out before are only made to feel raw and new when your bank has to write a check for 1.4 billion euros to the FICC. Read More »

'US actions a threat to Korean ties'

The call comes as Washington and its regional allies, including Japan and South Korea , attempt to curtail North Korea's illegal ballistic missile and nuclear programs. Which isn't a new threat for Americans. He said that strategy requires the administration to strengthen "the coalition of United Nations member states it has mustered in its highly successful sanctions campaign". Read More »

Teacher singled out black students, stepped on them during slavery lesson

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Students and parents of Bronx Middle School 118 were shocked to discover that social studies teacher Patricia Cummings went to disturbing lengths to teach her class about slavery. Cummings, who has worked in city schools for the past two years, and the school's principal did not provide a comment to the Daily News . Another student explained that the lesson continued with a video in which slaves were beaten, tortured and thrown off of ships. Read More »

Punxsutawney Phil Back In The Spotlight On Groundhog Day

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Although the altitude of the sun has been climbing and the length of daylight has been increasing since the winter solstice on December 21, any changes up to this point have been relatively subtle. If the groundhog comes out and the day is cloudy and he can not see his shadow , he will take this as a sign of spring and stay above the ground. This year, the groundhog forecast six more weeks of winter . Read More »

Uttar Pradesh DG pledges to build Ram Mandir in Ayodhya

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Meanwhile, Shukla has taken a defensive line on the issue and has said that his comments were quoted out of context. The event was organised by Akhil Bharatiya Samgra Vichar Manch some days ago. Speaking to the news agency ANI, Shukla said: "I had clearly said Ram Mandir issue is sub-judice, it won't be appropriate to speak on it". SP Spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary termed it a violation of service rules by the IPS officer. Read More »

Two Kashmiri students assaulted by mob in Haryana

Both the students study Geography at Central University of Haryana in Mahendragarh. When the students asked why they were being attacked, the mob did not respond and continued beating them mercilessly which caused severe injuries to them. Read More »

Treasury warns of wide impact if USA sanctions Russian debt

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Russian government bonds, known as OFZs, rallied on the news of Treasury's position. Such statement is made in the report sent by the US Treasury to the US Congress, Bloomberg reports on Friday. For example, previous year Washington toughened restrictions on energy giants like Gazprom and Lukoil, prohibiting US banks from issuing them new debt with longer than 60-day maturity. Read More »

Serious injuries reported after crash between bus and SUV near Stayner

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The ages of the two adults were not available, and Leon said the van had a USA licence plate. At least eight people were critically injured after a coach bus and a van collided on Friday in Clearview, Ont. Shewell said the teens' parents have been notified that they are okay. The president of the chartered bus company Attridge Transportation, Glenn Attridge, told CP24 he gathered information about the crash through his driver who was operating the bus involved. Read More »

Fidel Castro's eldest son takes personal life

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His cousin Mario Díaz-Balart is a United States congressman. A brief note read on state television said that his treatment had "required a hospitalization regime then outpatient follow-up". He previously led its nuclear program. Castro Díaz-Balart was trained in the Soviet Union as a nuclear physicist and served as a scientific adviser to Cuba's Council of State. Read More »

'I Love NY' signs costing New York $14 million in federal funding

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he will introduce legislation that will decouple elements of the state's tax system from the federal tax system to lessen the impact of the GOP tax law on state residents. The "I Love NY" promotional signs are found along the Thruway, the Adirondack Northway and other interstate highways, including locations in Schenectady, Albany and Saratoga Springs. Read More »