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There were no reports of damage, he said. " It is estimated to be a Scud type [missile ]", JCS said, adding, that the projectile flew about 450 kilometers. Three top officials accompanied the leader for the launch - including a veteran rocket scientist, a former air force general and the head of the blacklisted agency which is believed to be developing North Korea's missiles and nuclear weapons.
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    Trump may be willing to stay in the agreement, Cohn said, if the USA can scale back commitments made by President Barack Obama . In an interview scheduled to be broadcast on CBS's Face the Nation on Sunday, meanwhile, defense secretary James Mattis said the White House had "obviously got a discussion going on about our policy in this regard".
  • Michael P. Monahan Sells 5000 Shares of NutriSystem Inc

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    NTRI has been the subject of a number of research analyst reports. The stock of Autodesk, Inc. Stock market analysts and brokers have recently amended their target prices on shares of NutriSystem Inc (NASDAQ:NTRI). Nutrisystem has $64 highest and $25 lowest target. NutriSystem Inc . The company has a 50 day moving average of $52.41 and a 200-day moving average of $42.68.
  • France in 'serious' talks with banks looking to leave London: Villeroy

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    PARIS The European Union needs to set simple rules on bank capital to complete its banking union under a sole EU-wide sector supervisor, ECB Governing Board member Francois Villeroy de Galhau said on Monday. "We are having discrete but numerous and serious contacts", Villeroy, who is also head of the French central bank and financial sector supervisor, told journalists.
  • Hezbollah chief says dialogue with Iran is only way forward

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    On his visit to Riyadh last week, Trump blamed Iran for destabilising the Middle East and called for a crackdown on its allies, including Shia movement Hezbollah. The US leader pointed the finger at Iran for destabilizing the region. He called on all countries to work together to isolate Tehran "until the Iranian regime is willing to be a partner for peace".
  • India sends three Navy ships to assist Lanka in relief operations

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    Indian medical teams and emergency relief arrived in the capital, Colombo , on Saturday to help Sri Lanka deal with the worst flooding in 14 years. The Indian Navy will also send INS Jalashwan with clothing, food, medicines and water later in the day. Earlier, the head of military rescue operations Major General Sudantha Ranasinghe told the BBC that troops had reached all the affected areas and the risk to life had receded.
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    The Washington Post reported on Friday that Kushner, a real estate mogul, met Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in December to talk about setting up a secret communications channel between Trump's transition team and the Kremlin to discuss Syria and other diplomatic issues.
  • Angela Merkel's CDU 'seizes key state from rivals'

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    Schulz, who's challenging Merkel on a platform of greater income equality, saw his party defeated in his home state of North Rhine-Westphalia on Sunday in the last test before the national ballot. The liberal Free Democrats , the CDU's preferred coalition partners, have bounced back to win nearly 13 per cent in NRW where the two allies are expected to have enough seats in the regional parliament to muster a majority.
  • Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Demands Special Session For Transgender 'Bathroom Bill'

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    The latest legislative logjam comes the day before lawmakers are supposed finish up their work and head home for the next two years. If adopted, the business group said, a bathroom bill "could lose billions of dollars in GDP, a critical loss of revenue that would profoundly threaten the state's ability to fund education , transportation and other essential services", according to the letter.
  • Iran State TV 'Congratulates' Rohani On Apparent Reelection

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    Iranians yearning for detente overseas and greater freedoms at home have handed President Hassan Rouhani a second term, but the hardline forces he defeated in elections this week will remain defiantly opposed to his plans. But what scant data that was available before the vote showed Rouhani in the lead. "I am the president of the nation and need assistance from every single Iranian, even those who oppose me and my policies".
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    Taking his outrage to Twitter, Mr Trump said it was his opinion numerous White House leaks were "fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media". "What that allows you to do is communicate in a discrete manner". "I suggest that we add more dollars to Healthcare and make it the best anywhere", the President tweeted.
  • US Cybersecurity Consultant Claims WannaCry Hackers From Southern China

    US Cybersecurity Consultant Claims WannaCry Hackers From Southern China

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    According to the authors of the study, the text of the ransom note was originally written in Chinese, then translated to English using Google Translate. Losses due to virus WannaCry estimated at $1 billion. The company added that, "The text uses certain terms that further narrow down a geographic location".
  • Puigdemont llama a partidos pro-referendo a fijar fecha y pregunta

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  • Police release images of suspected Manchester bomber

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    Local Muslim leaders in Manchester have expressed concern about rising Islamophobic incidents and hate crimes against Muslims following the Manchester terror attack, in which 22 people lost their lives and dozens more were wounded. No arrests have been made at either of those addresses. A Whitehall official said previously that Abedi was one of a "pool" of former subjects of interest whose risk remained "subject to review" by the security service and its partners.
  • Presidente Temer minimiza las protestas y dice que sigue avanzando — Brasil

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    Manifestantes enmascarados respondieron disparando fuegos artificiales contra la policía, incendiando muebles en el vestíbulo del Ministerio de Agricultura y pintando edificios gubernamentales con rayados contra Temer. El presidente Temer desplegó tropas federales para proteger el patrimonio público y la seguridad en Brasilia, una ciudad donde las sedes del Ejecutivo, Legislativo y Judicial se separan por apenas unos centenares de metros.
  • Trump Wraps Up First Foreign Trip, Won't Commit To Paris Climate Accord

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    There were scuffles in Sicily on Saturday as protesters tried break through a police cordon protecting world leaders at this year's G7. Regardless of the U.S.'s decision, other major emitters, including China and India, have repeatedly reaffirmed their commitments to the Paris Agreement and are prepared to assume global leadership in the fight to tackle the climate crisis.
  • G-7 leaders back stronger fight against terror

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    Numerous protesters carried flags or wore bandanas over their faces with the hammer and sickle symbol, a communist symbol. Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations pledged on Saturday to fight protectionism, overcoming resistance from U.S.
  • Trump le pidió a la OTAN que se centre en el terrorismo

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    Aunque el propio Markovic le restó importancia al asunto al declarar que se trató de un instante lamentable, la radio y televisión montenegrina dedica hoy espacio a ese hecho y promueve la opinión de que Trump debería pedir disculpas por eso.
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    Para el petróleo intermedio de Texas (WTI), la jornada tampoco resultó favorable, al descender el valor del barril a 48,90 dólares, equivalentes a una pérdida de 4,79 por ciento en comparación con la cotización final del miércoles. "Habíamos considerado diferentes posibilidades, de seis a nueve y 12 meses e incluso la opción de reducciones más importantes", admitió este jueves el ministro de Energía saudí.
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    Fuentes policiales informaron que la dueña de la propiedad, Patricia Beatriz Grieshaber , de 46 años, fue sorprendida por cuatro asaltantes. De acuerdo al relato de la hija de la mujer asesinada, escucharon ruidos en uno de los ambientes y, al acercarse, observaron a uno de los perros de la casa que estaba con sangre e inmediatamente a los delincuentes armados que las amenazaron a los gritos.
  • After Merkel rebuke, UK says still strong partner to EU

    After Merkel rebuke, UK says still strong partner to EU

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    The American tycoon-turned-president backed a pledge to fight protectionism at the end of the G7 summit on Saturday, but refused to endorse the climate pact , saying he needed more time to decide. It was unclear whether those meetings would still take place. In China and India, Merkel saw the possibility of a partnership in favour of action to slow climate change and to promote free trade, noted Handelsblatt, the newspaper of Germany's business elite.
  • Housekeeper quits job with Cambridges

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    Sadie Rice, 35, packed in her £35,000 ($60,000) job when asked to move with them from Norfolk's Anmer Hall to Kensington Palace, reports The Sun . Of course, a lot of royal observers can't help but wonder if Kate Middleton is simply acting like a diva behind closed doors.
  • Macron outdoes Trump's power grip in handshake

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    At their first meeting, ahead of a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels on Thursday, the two men locked hands for so long that knuckles started turning white. Trump seems to view the handshake as a sort of battle of wills and a battle for power all wrapped into one. Macron said he was not bothered that Trump and the Turkish and Russian leaders Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin "think in terms of power ratios".
  • Pope Francis: Pray for the victims in Manchester

    Pope Francis: Pray for the victims in Manchester

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    It was revealed that specialist teams have carried out a review of security for more than 1300 events with Britain remaining at the highest threat level of critical while the investigation into the bombing continues. Abedi, a 22-year-old Briton of Libyan descent died in Monday's explosion, which killed 22 people and wounded dozens as crowds were leaving an Ariana Grande concert.
  • Trump goes on another Twitter rant, calls leaks 'fabricated lies'

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    Trump then returned to Washington Saturday night from his first overseas trip, to the Middle East and Europe. Kushner initially had come to the attention of FBI investigators past year as they began scrutinizing former national security adviser Michael Flynn's connections with Russian officials, the two sources told Reuters.
  • Anifah: Talks on South China Sea heading in positive direction

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    China-Philippines relations have seen "a attractive turn around", Liu told the press Thursday, adding that China highly appreciates the positive, friendly and constructive attitude adopted by the Duterte government. Today, Duterte said he would be open to exploring the South China Sea's natural resources with rival claimants China and Vietnam. Reuters notes that some of ASEAN's representatives believe China is playing along with the draft framework merely to "buy time for ...
  • India imposes security lockdown in Kashmir to stop protests

    India imposes security lockdown in Kashmir to stop protests

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    According to reports, pro-militant and anti-India slogans were raised at the burial. Many civilians were reported injured in the clashes. He was named as the successor of Wani after the latter was killed in a gunfight with security forces on July 8 past year.
  • Anti-Temer Protesters Damage Ministerial Buildings Amid Clashes in Brasilia

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    Driven back, the protesters spread out, with some throwing stones against ministry buildings. A crowd of nearly 25,000 marched to the presidential palace calling for his resignation, direct election of the next president - the previous one was impeached past year - and an end to the country's austerity reforms.
  • Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye in court for bribery trial

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    Ousted former President Park Geun-hye (R) sits at the defense table at the Seoul Central District Court as her trial on corruption charges begins on May 23, 2017, also involving her longtime friend Choi Soon-sil (R). Also on Tuesday, Choi and Lotte Group Chairman Shin Dong-bin stood trial along with Park. Former South Korean presidents Chun Doo-Hwan and Roh Tae-Woo served jail terms in the 1990s for charges including bribery and treason, and ex-president Roh Moo-Hyun - the mentor of new ...
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    Libyan Special Deterrent Force spokesman Ahmed bin Salem told AP Abedi's mother and brother in Tripoli revealed the phone call when they were questioned. The youngest fatality of the attack was 8-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos; of the 59 injured, a dozen were under the age of 16, authorities confirmed. US and British intelligence officials have said that the explosive had a level of sophistication that suggested a larger network.
  • Trump launches investigation into Manchester bombing 'photo' leak

    Trump launches investigation into Manchester bombing 'photo' leak

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    President Trump ordered the Justice Department to probe alleged information leaks by US officials regarding the deadly concert bombing investigation here after British authorities announced Thursday they would stop sharing intelligence because of leaks of confidential and sensitive details about the case.
  • N.Korea missile detected by THAAD, programme progressing faster than expected

    N.Korea missile detected by THAAD, programme progressing faster than expected

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    The two Koreas - which remain technically at war after their 1950-53 conflict ended in an armistice instead of a peace treaty - established the telephone lines in the 1970s to coordinate military and humanitarian matters. The following day South Korea's Defense Minister, Han Min-koo, told the South Korean Parliament that North Korea's ballistic missile program appeared to be advancing faster than expected.
  • Iranian president calls USA relations 'a curvy road'

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    The elections have also shown, once again , that Iran is a functioning state, despite the religious character of its republic. Women in Iran are also more likely to become actively involved in politics as at least 3 percent of ministerial positions and 5 percent of parliament seats in the country were held by women in 2010.
  • Gaza Arabs Burn President Trump in Effigy as Hamas Protests 'Terrorist' Label

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    In June 2009, Obama made his first overseas trip to Cairo to apologize to the Muslim world for America's fight against Muslim terrorists after al-Qaida's 9/11 attack. They see through it, and the extremists among them immediately fill the non-action vacuum with peace-spoiling actions such as stepped-up violence and settlement construction.
  • White House mum on new Kushner allegations in Russian Federation probe

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    Just last night the political world was set ablaze by reporting that Kushner may have talked to the Russian ambassador about setting up a secret communications channel with the Kremlin. And then there's the question of how long he will remain in the White House. While Mr. Flynn and the former Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort, are persons of interest in the FBI investigation, Mr.
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    US President Donald Trump's assistant and daughter Ivanka Trump holds hands with her husband White House senior advisor Jared Kushner as they leave the Pantheon following their private visit, in Rome, Wednesday, May 24, 2017. "We're just not going to comment". The Post reported last week that a senior White House official close to the president was a significant focus of the high stakes investigation, although it did not name Kushner then.
  • Facebook makes us sad, unhealthy

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    The team investigated the associations of Facebook activity and real-world social network activity with self- reported physical health, mental health, life satisfaction, and body mass index (BMI). Researchers, including Nicholas Christakis from Yale University in the United States, found that overall, the use of Facebook was negatively associated with well-being.
  • Ariana Grande Announces Benefit Concert for Manchester Victims and Families

    Ariana Grande Announces Benefit Concert for Manchester Victims and Families

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    Libyan security forces, who arrested Salman Abedi's father and brother , said Thursday that they summoned his mother and three siblings for questioning. File image of British prime minister Theresa May. Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson (L) and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at a news conference in London on May 26, 2017 .