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Egyptian police kill six suspects after auto bombing targets security chief

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The driver of the escort auto and a policeman were reportedly killed when the device exploded under a parked vehicle next to the Roman Camp road in the city. Egyptian authorities say the group is the Brotherhood's armed wing, but the Brotherhood says it rejects violence. The cell has also received orders from leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood overseas to target a number of prominent figures and vital facilities in Alexandria, Beheira, and Kafr El-Sheikh. Read More »

USA exempts South Korea from steel import tariffs, but imposes import quota

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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said. In exchange for exempting South Korea from full-scale steel import curbs, the two allies agreed to set an import ceiling on the commodity. The Trump administration in July convened talks to renegotiate the free trade treaty, arguing the 2012 deal was lopsided because the U.S. trade deficit had ballooned since it was signed. Read More »

China calls US repeat abuser of world trade rules

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This gives the Chinese the ability to use American-developed advanced technology to strengthen their own industries to better compete with American firms in China and around the world. United States officials also allege China has hacked U.S. networks and conducted industrial espionage to steal USA intellectual property. We're very friendly with China. Read More »

KRG condemns IS terror attack in France, pays tribute to victims

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In order to honor the hero a national ceremony is now being planned. In an interview with the local Depeche du Midi newspaper in December, Beltrame described being trained to counter a terrorist attack on a supermarket . According to French police, Lakdim was on the watch list of intelligence services and was flagged in a database of radicalized militants. A 18-year-old woman and a minor believed to be Lakdim's friend were put into police custody for criminal association. Read More »

Businessman Byron Allen Expands Portfolio With Weather Channel Purchase

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Further, he said, "We welcome The Weather Channel , which has been seen in American households for almost four decades, to our cable television networks division". During the most recent 2017 hurricane season, THE WEATHER CHANNEL was the number one network for live coverage during Hurricane Harvey, while one in three American households followed Hurricane Irma on THE WEATHER CHANNEL . Read More »

Palestinian Teen Agrees To 8 Months In Prison After Slapping Israeli Soldier

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The Palestinian is set to be released in July, as four months of her sentence were already served since her arrest . Nour el-Tamimi was sentenced to serve 16 days in prison and a fine 2,000 shekel ($US 575). The ruling could have a chilling effect not just on journalists, but also on Palestinian activists who routinely record their encounters with Israeli troops , both to document abuses and to provide a measure of accountability. Read More »

Anger over claims Brexit campaign 'cheated' to bend referendum rules

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The money was registered as a donation to BeLeave, a youth operation, but in practice Vote Leave offered advice to the group and decided where the money was spent, Sanni said. Pressure was mounting on the official Brexit referendum campaign on Sunday after senior cross-party politicians demanded the police investigate allegations of electoral "cheating". Read More »

Tucson couple displaced after destructive house fire

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Witnesses saw plumes of black smoke spewing from the home on Kingaroy Street in Kingaroy before 1pm AEDT this afternoon. The boys also allegedly burglarised other homes, and sheds and cars in the area the same day, and set fire to two cars at nearby Mowbray. Read More »

Take blame for government shutdown? 'F--- that,' Trump reportedly told aides

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The bill provided $1.6 billion for border security and construction or fix of almost 100 miles (160 kilometers) of border fencing, but that was far less than Trump had been seeking. But Trump was reportedly furious over the $1.6 billion allocated for border security , a paltry sum compared to the $25 billion he'd wanted. Trump complained that the legislation does not fully fund his plans for a border wall with Mexico and does not address some 800,000 "Dreamer" immigrants who are now ... Read More »

Mnuchin `Hopeful' Truce Can Be Reached With China on Trade

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As the president has said, we want to cut the trade deficit $100 billion over the next year. Trump imposed a 25 percent tariff on imported steel and a 10 percent tariff on imported aluminum earlier in March to protect the US economy and national security interests, although he announced that he would be exempting several countries from the tariffs on Thursday. Read More »

Criminal with Rs 1 Lac Award Died during an Encounter in Noida

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Two criminals have been killed and fiver were injured and arrested. Police have neutralised 46 dreaded criminal in encounters over the past year. In Saharanpur , a man identified as Salim died of bullet injuries while his accomplice managed to escape after an encounter with police. Read More »

Ambedkar is our inspiration: Modi

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Besides, presentations will also be made on corporate governance by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) and People First:Reinventing Human Resource Management by National Backward Classes Finance & Development Corporation, sources said. Read More »

Sen. Tim Scott rips Ben Carson on lavish expenditures

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Carson, apparently referring to an email, sent by a senior aide last summer, in which she expressed the fear that the old dining set was falling apart and could lead to a mishap. He said that he first heard about the table's hefty price tag around the time that news reports came out about it, Carson said, at which point he "immediately had it canceled". Read More »

Confidant: Trump said Stormy Daniels controversy a 'political hoax'

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The 60 Minutes segment will include an examination of the potential legal and political ramifications of the $130,000 payment that Mr. Trump's attorney Michael Cohen says he made to Daniels using his own funds. Each violation of the agreement carries a penalty of $1 million. Michael Avenatti , attorney and spokesman for Stormy Daniels , listens to reporters' questions during an interview at The Associated Press, Wednesday in NY. Read More »

Clashes arise at BJP's Ram Navmi rally in Bengal's Purulia, one dead

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West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee last week directed the police not to permit any organisation to hold processions displaying arms during Ram Navami, barring those that had been doing so for a long time. This is a victory for Lord Rama and Ram Navami", Sinha, who himself participated in a rally in Hoogly district's Chinsurah, told IANS. RSS Bengal unit chief Jishnu Basu said their activists took part in huge numbers in those rallies. Read More »

Kat: Periods of rain likely today

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We are watching a powerful winter/spring storm system that will impact much of our region today , tonight and tomorrow. "It could be the mildest day of the year for Scotland and temperatures in the southeast will reach 12C (53.6F) or 13C (55.4F)". Read More »

Mexico authorities: Iowa family died from inhaling toxic gas

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The bodies of Kevin and Amy Sharp and their children, Sterling and Adrianna were discovered early Friday in the coastal resort of Akumal on the Yucatan Peninsula. According to CBS Des Moines affiliate KCCI, reports that according to family members' social media posts, Kevin, 41, Amy, 38, Sterling, 12, and Adrianna Sharp, 7, were expected to arrive in St. Read More »

Investigators search Cambridge Analytica's London offices

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Cambridge Analytica reportedly obtained the data from Global Science Research's Alexsandr Kogan, who collected the information in 2014 via his personality-quiz app "thisisyourdigitallife". It was reported this information was used to influence the USA presidential election in 2016 in favor of Donald Trump. In one recording, the company's CEO Alexander Nix can be seen telling undercover reporters: "It sounds a awful thing to say, but these are things that don't necessarily need to be true ... Read More »

Aadhaar: Another security lapse suspected, UIDAI refutes allegations

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The organisation said that even if the claims were to be true, the security of the utility company had to be raised and not the security of Aadhaar. "It purports that the database of a state Utility company containing its customer details such as bank account numbers, consumer number, Aadhaar number (not the biometrics), etc., has vulnerability", the UIDAI said regarding the ZDNet report . Read More »

Fruits And Nuts Are Among US Products At Risk Of Chinese Tariffs

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President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs aren't directly targeting cars and parts arriving from China doesn't mean the threat is over. In reality, China's response has been muted, rolling out just $3bn in additional tariffs on United States goods ranging from fresh fruit, nuts, wine and pork to recycled aluminum and steel pipes. Read More »

League Player Collapses, Rushed to Hospital

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According to the director of public relations for the Drive, Upshaw was transferred to Spectrum Health Hospital in Grand Rapids, but she did not give any more information on what type of injury or his condition at the time. He averaged 8.5 points and 2.3 rebounds for the Drive this season. Grand Rapids Drive Guard ZEKE UPSHAW (13) shoots from the corner during the NBA D-League Basketball game between the Reno Bighorns and the Grand Rapids Drive at the Reno Events Center in Reno, Nevada. Read More »

Deadly vehicle bomb blast rocks Somalia's capital Mogadishu

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At least 14 people have been killed in a auto bomb blast outside a popular hotel in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, according to a government official. Mogadishu is regularly hit by bomb attacks carried out by the Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shabaab which is fighting to overthrow Somalia's internationally-backed government. Read More »

In reversal, Trump says he may veto of budget bill

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Trump signed the legislation just hours after he once again sent Washington into a frenzy after threatening to veto the legislation because it does not include a solution for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program or sufficient funding for a border wall. Read More »

Indians stand by families of those killed in Mosul: PM Modi

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Relatives hold up photographs of Indian workers after their meeting with India's Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi on June 19, 2014. However, the Indian government did not accept claims made by Harjit. Indian authorities then sent DNA samples from relatives of the missing workers. "I only heard what the minister said on television". He said that the workers had been in phone contact with their families and the Indian embassy in Baghdad in the days before their execution. Read More »

2 lawyers not joining Trump legal team after all

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And now, it seems that, for whatever reason, Trump is having difficulty filling slots on his legal team. On Sunday, diGenova and Toensing released a joint statement, saying, "We thank the president for his confidence in us, and we look forward to working with him on other matters". Read More »

Israeli fighter jets target southern Gaza after security fence damaged

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Israeli jets pounded Hamas positions in Gaza overnight after Palestinians staged a cross-border raid into southern Israel, the military said early Sunday. A fifth member of the group helped to cut the border fence. Four masked Palestinian men were running towards the engineering equipment, which was unattended over the weekend, carrying fuel cans. Read More »

'Many don't mind stripping for United States visa'

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We have absolutely no problem giving our fingerprints&getting body naked before the white man at all. "But when the government of India, which is your government, asks you your name and your address, nothing more.theres a massive revolution in the country.saying its an intrusion into the privacy of the individual". Read More »

Sadistic Austin bomber left 25-minute cell phone confession

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So far, authorities are not saying what specific contents were on the recording but law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation leaked bits and pieces of the statement, according to the American-Statesman . Investigators are still working to determine a motive for the bombings and whether there were accomplices. Police warned of the possibility that more bombs had yet to be found. Read More »