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Some protesters decry Trump ahead of title game

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The white was meant to mock the "snowflake" insult that Trump supporters have made against those who oppose the USA president. "Trump dissed Atlanta by calling it "crime infested". Another group, Refuse Fascism ATL , said that before kick-off, they'll "take a knee against Trump" outside CNN's world headquarters, in solidarity with athletes who have knelt during the U.S. Read More »

Malaysian opposition announces 92-year-old will run for Prime Minister

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Johor Baru Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin said Dr Mahathir has hijacked the opposition after the former premier was named as the coalition's choice for prime minister . Anwar was freed in 2004 but in 2015 he returned to prison following a second sodomy conviction that critics said was a political conspiracy to break up the opposition. Read More »

Cuba reacts to Rubio hearing on Havana diplomats' health problems

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Though the method of attack isn't clear, he said there's no denying the attacks did occur. The State Department continues to be deeply concerned about the safety and security of our personnel. KELEMEN: The only thing State Department officials have ruled out is that this is a case of mass hysteria. The officials told senators the USA government knew of no weapon, sonic or otherwise, that could produce the effects seen in the Cuba patients. Read More »

No impact on tax, consulting: Price Waterhouse

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In a 108-page statement, SEBI said that the manner in which various entities bearing the PwC name had been registered in India in a "nebulous way", made it hard not to take notice of the "loss of faith of the investors in the brand name". Read More »

Pope Francis urges peace and understanding for migrants

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Speaking about Mary's intercession for "the weakest and the most disadvantaged", Pope Francis added: "It is precisely to these people that the theme of World Day of Peace is dedicated, which we celebrate today: " Migrants and refugees: men and women in search of peace ". Read More »

Portman: JD Vance And Jim Renacci Considering Senate Campaigns

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Tressel also won four Division I-AA national championships with Youngstown State when he was head football coach before joining Ohio State. Renacci made the announcement on Thursday morning, saying he felt it was important to be in a position that allowed him to advance "the President's agenda for a stronger and more prosperous America". Read More »

Rand slides as Zuma resignation talk is dismissed

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ANC policy is that the party leader should also be the country's president so as not to divide authority between president of the country and the president of the party. "If not, it will be war which only Cyril can win - but at great cost to his party and his presidency". Zuma, however, has shown no intentions of resigning. Read More »

UIDAI Introduces 16-Digit Virtual Aadhaar ID For More Security!

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In a tweet, he said: "Under compulsion, millions of persons have already shared Aadhaar number with many service providers". The authority will give several options to the Aadhaar number holders to generate the VID , replace the existing VID with a new one, and retrieve the VID if they have forgotten it. Read More »

Oil tanker still ablaze, search for missing crew continues

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Photos on the Chinese Ministry of Transportation's microblog showed thick black smoke pouring from the ship on Thursday morning. China's ministry of transport said rescue vessels withdrew to a safe distance after the explosion on the Sanchi's bow, the latest setback in the multinational effort to extinguish the burning wreck and find more than 30 missing crewmembers. Read More »

Bangladeshi immigrant indicted for NY subway bomb attack

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When Manhattan Federal Judge Richard Sullivan asked Ullah his plea, Ullah replied, "At this moment, not guilty". Akayed, who was wearing blue jail-issued clothing, said he understood the terrorism charges against him. Authorities also found a passport in Ullah's name with the handwritten notation: "O AMERICA, DIE IN YOUR RAGE". Ullah's public defender, Amy Gallicchio, would not explain the unusual phrasing. Read More »

European Union top lawyer says Romania must accept gay partners

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The ECJ's 28 judges are not bound by the opinions of the advocate generals, but follow them in the majority of cases. Adrian Coman and Clai Hamilton, an American, married in Brussels in 2010. Romania's constitutional court then referred the case to the European court (ECJ). The judge added that "the objective of protecting the traditional family can not justify discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation" and that "the concept of "spouse" within the meaning of the directive also ... Read More »

TODAY'S FORECAST: Rain, high near 50

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North to northeast winds 10-15 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 60 percent. Little or no ice accumulation expected. New snow and sleet accumulation of around 2 inches. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 51. Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 41. Tonight: After the sun sets our temperatures will begin to plunge below freezing with clear skies overnight. Read More »

Watch Titans quarterback throw insane touchdown pass TO HIMSELF

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While its offense had been inconsistent all year, Henry complemented Marcus Mariota in totaling 156 yards rushing with a touchdown on 23 carries in Tennessee's 22-21 win over the Chiefs . The two-point conversion attempt failed - and almost brought disaster for the Titans when Mariota was sacked, but officials ruled he was down before the ball came loose. Read More »

Chinese authorities blow up Christian church

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All that is left of the Golden Lampstand Church in the city of Linfen in Shanxi province is the church's steeple and cross which now lays on top of a large pile of rubble. It's the second large church building to be demolished in the province in the past month. Yang was previously jailed for seven years on charges of "assembling a crowd to disturb traffic order" and has been put under police surveillance since she was released in October 2016. Read More »

Wisconsin school apologizes for slavery lesson that went awry

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Trameka Brown-Berry, whose son studies in the same class, said: "Not only was my son in an terrible position, but the students who weren't black, because it's that sort of mentality of not being able to see from another's perspective and only seeing your lens- that's what risky". Read More »

ICSE exams on Feb 26, ISC exams on Feb 7

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In addition to the time given for writing the paper in both ICSE and ISC exams, candidates will be given 15 extra minutes to read the question paper. The ICSE (Class X) exams will start with English language Paper I and end with environmental science (Group-II elective) on March 28. A Class 12 (ISC) student will need 35% to pass instead of 40%. Read More »

MSNBC Interview Goes off the Rails With NSFW Question to Anthony Scaramucci

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He said Bannon still holds a powerful voice amongst Republicans and he should once again use it to support Trump's presidency rather than spew falsehoods against it. Scaramucci also didn't care for the characterization that Trump was dumb, as a number of people in the book are quoted saying including media mogul Rupert Murdoch and longtime aide Sam Nunberg. Read More »

Florida's Exemption From Offshore Drilling Plan Called "Political Stunt"

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Rick Scott voiced opposition soon after the plan's January 4 release , a letter submitted by the state Department of Environmental Protection previous year did not oppose the drilling plan or ask for Florida to be exempted . Commissioner Penny Taylor said that Rooney's willingness to oppose a policy proposal from an administration he has otherwise supported was admirable. Read More »

Sweden warns against cutting U.S. aid to Palestinian refugee agency

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that he would like to see UNRWA shut down but called for the USA to withdraw its support for the agency gradually. After the announcement, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said the United States had surrendered its role as a mediator of the peace talks, and refused to meet with us officials about the peace process. Read More »

MEA confirms India, Pak NSAs met in Thailand to discuss terror

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Pakistan's handling of terrorists, with 26/11 terror attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed being freed from police custody and attempting to join mainstream politics, and Lashkar-e-Taiba operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi remaining out on bail, is also assumed to have figured in the conversation. Read More »

Controversial Former Sheriff Arpaio Announces Senate Bid

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Arpaio was found previous year guilty of criminal contempt of court for intentionally disobeying a federal judge's 2011 order to stop his traffic patrols that targeted immigrants. The Examiner noted Arpaio is "virtually guaranteed" to rev up a Republican base that pushed Flake into retirement because of his feud with the president. Read More »

Trump expresses openness to talk to North Korea

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The comments follow the staging of the first high-level inter-Korean talks since December 2015 after Kim made peaceful overtures towards his southern neighbors during his annual New Years Day speech. Such military action, though, would reportedly not lead to a major war with the East Asian state. Then U.S. President Bill Clinton expresses "regret" over the killing of South Korean citizens by U.S. Read More »

Shilpa cries after Akash gets evicted

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Well, not anymore. Shilpa wore a tangerine sari on Vikas' demand. The task begins and Akash's picture comes out first. Vikas was one of the people who were at the helm of affairs when Shilpa was booted off Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai and Shilpa was not to forget and forgive. Read More »

Turkey Says US Conviction of Banker is 'Unprecedented Interference'

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Rocco said during the trial that his client was just a "hapless and helpless pawn" duped in a conspiracy hatched by his boss at Halkbank and Zarrab. Zarrab testified he lied to federal agents, paid bribes to Turkish co-conspirators including the former economic minister and made $150 million in profits off the scheme. Read More »