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President Donald Trump Suggests Death Penalty For Drug Dealers

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Trump suggested the US treat drug dealers in the same way Singapore does. The Washington Post reported earlier Saturday that officials at the Domestic Policy Council and the Department of Justice are looking into introducing legislation allowing prosecutors to seek the death penalty for dealers. Read More »

Russia Test-fires 'Kinzhal - An 'Ideal' Hypersonic Missile

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Video footage released by the ministry shows two pilots gearing up for a flight and then running toward a jet carrying a large missile under its fuselage. The first air unit equipped with the Kinzhal system started test air alert flights to master fundamentals of its combat use since December 1 of the a year ago. Read More »

Global search for person of interest in homicide investigation

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Police said they are conducting a homicide investigation. Binghamton Police Detectives are continuing to investigate the case. Investigators suspect the boyfriend, whom they did not immediately identify, has fled the country. Investigators determined the man - whose name has not been made public - took an global flight out of the United States before her body was discovered. Read More »

Joshua Kimmich signs three-year contract extension with Bayern Munich

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Robert Lewandowski scored a hat-trick and missed a penalty as he reached 100 Bundesliga goals for Bayern in an embarrassingly one-sided match which was over as a contest after 20 minutes. Football fans in Nigeria, especially supporters of German top side and current Bundesliga tittle holders FC Bayern Munich are in for a show as the Bundesliga trophy goes on display in Abuja courtesy of FC Bayern and StarTimes Nigeria. Read More »

Irish bag title as England slump in France

Maxime Machenaud converted four penalties and Lionel Beauxis added another for the French, who were awarded a penalty try to break a 9-9 deadlock in the 49th minute. Doubt hovered over the outcome when England produced their best attacking play that ended when Daly and May combined for the latter to touch down late on, before launching one final assault that fell agonisingly short. Read More »

Massive Fire Breaks Out in Theni; 21 Students Trapped, 7 Injured

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This decision was taken in response to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami who requested the help of the IAF. A sudden forest fire trapped around 25 students on a mountain climbing training camp today trapped in Kurangani hills in this district of Tamil Nadu with 12 being rescued so far, officials said. Read More »

Flake Calls for 2020 Trump Primary Challenger

Flake said the new tariffs, which function as taxes on imports, of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum would be detrimental to the USA economy and must be stopped. The president rolled out the tariffs Thursday, extending an initial exemption to Canada and Mexico while raising the possibility of exemptions for other countries that renegotiate their trade policies with the United States. Read More »

Nightclub that allowed woman to ride horse on dancefloor is shut down

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A woman in Miami turned up to a nightclub, not with mates, but with a horse. The Mokai Lounge nightclub had its license revoked by Miami Beach City Manager Jimmy Morales, after it was determined the Wednesday incident was an " actual threat to the public health, welfare and safety " of the city and amounted to animal cruelty. Read More »

World Steel Markets Unfazed by Trump's Tariff Threat

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The prospect of 25 percent USA tariffs on steel imports has raised fears of a global trade war but steel producers outside North America believe they can weather the storm without too much disruption to their business or steel prices. allies to petition for similar exemptions. While carrying a message to Washington to push forward a diplomatic breakthrough over North Korea, South Korea's national security office chief Chung Eui-yong requested USA officials to support South Korea's ... Read More »

Trump Decided "Himself" On Talks With North Korea: US State Secretary

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If the summit takes place-the South Koreans have said the meeting will take place by May-it would be the first face-to-face meeting between a US president and a North Korean leader. "In all honesty, that came as a little bit of a surprise to us as well". He said South Korea was optimistic about continuing a diplomatic process to test the possibility of a peaceful resolution. Read More »

European Union shoots down UK's EMA membership post-Brexit

He said: "We are committed to playing our part in exploring this option or alternative specific solutions in a way that respects the structure of these negotiations". Mr Tusk recalled that the Good Friday Agreement, whose 20th anniversary is next month, had been "ratified by huge majorities north and south of the border". Read More »

Trump Slams NYT Story About Hiring Impeachment Lawyer

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If an agreement was reached, Flood would not replace the White House's current lawyer Ty Cobb , according to The Times . The Times , citing four people familiar with the matter, said Trump met with lawyer Emmet T. Flood's law firm, Williams and Connolly, represents Hillary Clinton, including in the email scandal, one possible reason that sources told Reuters past year the firm turned down representing Trump as outside counsel. Read More »

Europe has 'arsenal of weapons' to respond to Trump's tariffs: EU's Moscovici

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The European Commission's Trade chief has given a brief outline of measures the EU would be prepared to take to protect the bloc's economy from proposed USA tariffs - including retaliatory levies on peanut butter. French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday warned Trump against forging ahead with the planned tariffs, saying they risked provoking a mutually destructive "trade war". Read More »

Elizabeth Warren not running for president

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President Trump sometimes refers to Warren as "Pocahontas". "I never used it to advance my career", she reportedly told the organization. Despite winning the 2012 election, Warren has continued to address questions raised about her heritage in 2018. Read More »

Turkey will deliver Afrin to its true owners, says Erdoğan

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan addressed the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party's sixth provincial congress in Turkey's Mersin on Saturday, Yeni Safak reports. Turkish jets have destroyed at least 18 PKK terror group targets in northern Iraq, the military said on Sunday. "Our concern isn't the land; our concern is to clear terrorists from there". Read More »

Pension reform debate in Frankfort has teachers rallying at state capitol

Concerns were expressed on the Senate floor as they decided on changes to the school finance bill. It also marks Scott's break with the National Rifle Association. But Hamilton county superintendent Bryan Johnson says that in a recent informal poll, 70% of the Teachers were opposed to the idea of arming certain staff and faculty. Read More »

Patient's severed leg used as pillow in Jhansi medical college, probe ordered

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A picture regarding the incident has surfaced which shows the victim resting his head on his amputated leg. The patient's attendant used the leg for the same. A government spokesperson said, the staff who have been suspended are Dr Alok Agarwal (senior resident - orthopaedics), Dr Mahendra Pal Singh (emergency medical officer), sister in-charge Deepa Narang and Shashi Srivastava, a nurse. Read More »

Australia expects waiver of new U.S. tariffs after Trump-Turnbull phone call

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Mr Ciobo said he completely disagreed with suggestions that there could be moral pressure on Australia to agree if, for example, Mr Trump asked to conduct freedom of navigation exercises in the South China Sea. "We are living in historic times of unraveling, " he said. Mr Ciobo refused to criticise directly Mr Trump's much-maligned protectionist moves, however, saying he was "not going to lecture another country about what they do on trade". Read More »

Soon after governor signs gun bill, NRA sues to block it

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The opioids crisis - which claims the lives of at least 16 Sunshine State residents per day - was a top priority of Scott and the Legislature before the February 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 people were killed . Read More »

Australia Disputes US Tariffs Linked to New Security Pact

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He said the conversation also touched on the security alliance between the United States and Australia, as well as possible talks between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. "Each of has no stronger ally". "The president and I are both very much of the same mind - that there must be no relenting in the economic pressure on North Korea", Turnbull said. Read More »

European Union expects to be excluded from Trump's trade tariffs

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It was stated by European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem in statement after holding talks with United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer in Brussels today. Mr Trump's announcement of import tariffs of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminium has sparked fears of a trade war. "Big Deficit. If not, we Tax Cars etc. Read More »

US, EU talks on controversial tariff policy in standoff

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Trade Representative Lighthizer in which he sought an exemption for Japanese producers. Trump said the tariffs, which will come into effect after 15 days, will not initially apply to Canada and Mexico. Complicating matters, Trump indicated on Friday that Australia's carveout was linked to an unspecified "security agreement" outside of trade policy. Read More »

How new tariffs on steel and aluminum could affect auto prices

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Japan's trade ministry issued a statement earlier on Sunday, saying that Seko told Lighthizer that exports of steel and aluminium from Japan, which is a close ally of the USA, would not affect U.S. "While he was pleased to see exemptions for two of our country's allies, Rep. Costello believes retaliatory measures could be taken that will cause great harm to our manufacturing industry, which employs thousands of Pennsylvanians in the Sixth District". Read More »

Shoe thrown at Nawaz Sharif at Jamia Naeemia Lahore

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Meanwhile, another man hurled his shoe at the former premier, almost hitting him. In Gujranwala, CM Shehbaz Sharif will address the workers while in Rawalpindi, Maryam Nawaz is set to spew blunt attacks on the opponents. The former prime minister addressed the crowd later on. However, Sharif delivered a brief speech before leaving the event. Reacting to the reports, Ahsan Iqbal said, "It was a 3rd degree cheap PTI (Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf) tactic". Read More »

China abolishes presidential term limits

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Out of total 2,964 votes, only 2 delegates voted against making Jinping China's " president for life". And the endorsement came as no surprise, given the Communist Party's iron grip on the legislature. The vote approved a list of amendments that also included updating the Constitution with salutes to Mr. Xi and his drive to assert party supremacy. Read More »

Trump economic adviser Cohn quits after tariffs dispute

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The article really exposes more about Gary Cohn, the outgoing economic adviser, who knew what Trump really believed about free trade when he took his job in the administration. Cohn was on of the major voices in the administration speaking against the newly announced tariffs on steel and aluminum. "The chances of us having a trade war have now increased dramatically.The economic nationalists now certainly have the upper hand", she added. Read More »

Canada wins welcome but uncertain tariff reprieve

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CITY, Mexico - Mexico threatened Tuesday, March 6, to retaliate against President Donald Trump's planned steel and aluminum tariffs by hitting the most "politically sensitive" United States exports with tariffs of its own, the latest signal of a brewing trade war. Read More »

China calls United States tariffs 'a serious attack' on global trade system

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Canada, America's neighbour to the north, was its single-largest source of steel previous year, followed by Brazil, South Korea, Russia, Mexico, Japan, and Germany. Cohn's presence in the White House had kept in check a trio of trade protectionists - US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and National Trade Council director Peter Navarro - from unleashing a global trade war. Read More »