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Third is that no consular access, no proper intimation, no access of Jadhav to his council and others have been given. Mittal insisted Pakistan has failed to respond to all Indian demands for information about the case, snubbing requests for documents including the charge sheet, and has failed to provide Jadhav with consular access.
  • Liverpool snap up Chelsea striker Dom Solanke

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    Solanke - who is now representing England at the Under-20 World Cup - was once regarded as one of Chelsea's top prospects of the future, but his one and only appearance in the first team came as a substitute against Maribor in 2014. He is now in action with the England under-20s at the World Cup in South Korea, where he found the net in the opening day win against the host nation.
  • No time off in Panama for Noriega's death

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    Noriega died tonight (late Monday)", Dominguez told AFP. But the government rejected their appeals, and said Noriega would return to prison once he recovered from the brain tumor surgery. The ex-general had been granted temporary release on Feb 28 from his prison overlooking the Panama Canal to undergo surgery. In 1983, two years after Torrijos' death in a mysterious plane crash, Noriega - nicknamed "pineapple face" for his pock-marked visage - took charge of the now-defunct National Guard ...
  • Ex-Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega dead at 83

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    This file photo taken on March 07, 1988 shows Panama's general Manuel Antonio Noriega attending an anti-US meeting in Panama city . President George H.W. The ex-dictator was then imprisoned in France for money laundering, before being returned in 2011 to Panama, where he had already been convicted in his absence.
  • Venezuela y México avanzan en la Sub 20

    Venezuela y México avanzan en la Sub 20

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    El domingo, el equipo que dirige Rafael Dudamel se enfrentará en cuartos de final contra el ganador del juego entre Nueva Zelanda y Estados Unidos. A los 56 de la segunda mitad, Wuilker Faríñez se exigió con los guantes en una peligrosa aproximación japonesa .
  • North Korea claims to be successful

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    Mattis also warned that a possible battle with North Korea would place US allies in the region at extreme risk and he warned of the consequences of such a conflict. That program has also been in existence for more than a decade but only about half of the tests have been successful, according to the Defense Department.
  • Freddy Guevara reiteró que Constituyente debe ir a un referendo

    Freddy Guevara reiteró que Constituyente debe ir a un referendo

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    Para finalizar, aseguró que la oposición busca acabar con la esencia verdadera de Venezuela y llenar al país de odio y desolación, resaltando que la gran mayoría del pueblo venezolano trabaja y está enfocado en la recuperación económica y la estabilidad social.
  • Daesh-linked foreign fighters involved in battle for Philippine city

    Daesh-linked foreign fighters involved in battle for Philippine city

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    Basilan and Jolo, the strongholds of the Abu Sayyaf in Southern Mindanao , were reportedly too small to accommodate an ISIS branch. Army tanks packed with soldiers rolled into the southern Philippine. Duterte has said local criminals are also backing the Maute in Marawi . "We will continue to work with the Philippines authorities to identify any Singaporean who may be involved in terrorism-related activities in the Philippines ", said an MHA spokesman in a statement.
  • Officials, families, veterans mark Memorial Day in Nevada

    Officials, families, veterans mark Memorial Day in Nevada

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    Robert Kelly, the son of Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly - whose family members were in attendance. Donald Trump has been accused of "disgraceful" behaviour and acting like a "toddler President" after a seemingly-jovial rendition of the United States national anthem in honour of fallen service members.
  • Recent revelations about Jared Kushner could impact his influence with Trump

    Recent revelations about Jared Kushner could impact his influence with Trump

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    President Donald Trump Tuesday retweeted an article citing an unnamed source Tuesday, two days after suggesting news outlets that cite unnamed sources could be making them up. He said there are different ways to communicate with foreign powers, whether it be publicly or through back channels. "It is my opinion that numerous leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media", said Trump in the first of several Sunday morning tweets, Efe news reported.
  • Sri Lanka flood death toll rises to 151

    Sri Lanka flood death toll rises to 151

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    Search and rescue head Major General Sudantha Ranasinghe said he does not expect any more survivors to be found as rescuers pulled out more bodies. Five members of the same family who were buried in a mudslide - a husband and wife and their three teenage daughters - were buried in a common grave on Saturday afternoon.
  • Black Caps beaten in warm-up

    Black Caps beaten in warm-up

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    It was only New Zealand's batsman Luke Ronchi who top scored and tried to give some resistance to the Indian bowlers with his 66 runs. Under the Duckworth-Lewis system India's target was only 84 after 26 overs. Despite the return of all their IPL players the Black Caps were bowled out for 189 in the 39th over. Opener Shikhar Dhawan with his contribution of 40 runs also played a crucial role in the successful chase.
  • Syrian Kurdish forces to push on IS capital this summer

    Syrian Kurdish forces to push on IS capital this summer

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    At the same time, his justice minister brought new evidence to support Turkey's long-standing extradition request for Fethullah Gulen , the Pennsylvania-based Turkish cleric Erdogan holds responsible for a failed coup attempt last July. The meeting is considered high stakes for the nascent Trump administration as it looks to engage regional allies in delicate security matters while enforcing worldwide standards for human rights.
  • Easterly Government Properties Inc (DEA) Announces Quarterly Earnings Results

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    SunTrust Banks also issued estimates for Easterly Government Properties' Q4 2017 earnings at $0.33 EPS, Q1 2018 earnings at $0.33 EPS, Q2 2018 earnings at $0.32 EPS, Q3 2018 earnings at $0.35 EPS, Q4 2018 earnings at $0.35 EPS, FY2018 earnings at $1.35 EPS, FY2019 earnings at $1.44 EPS, FY2020 earnings at $1.56 EPS and FY2021 earnings at $1.63 EPS.
  • Ariana Grande dará concierto benéfico en Manchester

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    La explosión ocurrió el lunes al final del concierto de la cantante estadounidense Ariana Grande, cuya música es popular entre niños y adolescentes. En aquel entonces la autoría de del ataque fue asumida por un grupo que decía pertenecer a Al Qaeda. Las fuentes policiales indican que se trata de un terrorista suicida que murió en la escena del crimen tras hacer estallar el artefacto que llevaba adosado al cuerpo.
  • Maduro dice que Constituyente permitirá cambiar lo que tenga que ser cambiado

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    Este frente se encargará de organizar todos los comités constituyentes del pueblo en el ámbito territorial y de afinar el nuevo modelo político que garantice la victoria popular. En este proceso, que culminará este jueves 1º de junio, los ciudadanos interesados deberán registrarse en un espacio que será habilitado en el portal web del Poder Electoral, y descargar la planilla autorizada para la recolección del 3% de las firmas de electores inscritos en el Registro Electoral (RE), con lo que ...
  • The Sell-Side Reaction To Activision Blizzard, Inc. (ATVI)'s Recent Shift

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    Raymond James Trust N.A. acquired a new stake in Activision Blizzard during the first quarter worth about $235,000. The firm now has an outperform rating on the stock. Kbc Gru Nv reported 0.08% of its portfolio in Activision Blizzard, Inc. "( ATVI )" was first posted by Transcript Daily and is owned by of Transcript Daily.
  • Egypt to Compensate Victims of Minya Attack on Coptic Christians

    Egypt to Compensate Victims of Minya Attack on Coptic Christians

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    The string of attacks have killed more than 100 and injured scores. The lights of the Eiffel Tower are set to be turned off in support for the Coptic community of Egypt, where a bus carrying Coptic Christians was shot at by gunmen killing at least 28 persons and wounding more than 20 in Minya province.
  • Critican a Ivanka Trump por tuit sobre helado en día solemne

    Critican a Ivanka Trump por tuit sobre helado en día solemne

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    Ivanka, que tiene un cargo en la presidencia de su padre, el lunes ofreció un tuit más solemne: "Hoy honramos a los hombres y mujeres de nuestras fuerzas armadas que perdieron la vida protegiendo nuestra libertad. "¿Quien no puede pensar en 'paletas de champaña' durante el #MemorialDay"?, publicó otro internauta. "Excepto tal vez toda la gente que está honrando a quienes nos sirvieron y se sacrificaron por todos", decía el resto de su mensaje.
  • Adam Schiff wants to review Jared Kushner's security clearance

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    Schiff said that if he had confirmation of the allegations, Kushner's security clearance should be revoked. CNN's sources privy to the intercepted conversations said that the Russian claims of "derogatory" information "could have been exaggerated or even made up", possibly one of the Russian attempts to spread fake news during the campaign.
  • Sri Lanka flash floods leave half a million people displaced

    Sri Lanka flash floods leave half a million people displaced

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    Military spokesman Roshan Senevirathne said more than 2,000 military personnel had been deployed to help the police and civilian agencies. Water levels are gradually receding in many areas but with more rain predicted on Monday residents are scared.
  • US, South Korea confirm North Korean launch of short-range ballistic missile

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    This launch of a suspected Scud-type missile, which the South Korean military said flew about 450 kilometers (280 miles), may also be an attempt to demonstrate North Korea's ability to strike USA and South Korean troops in the region. The state's news agency KCNA did not report the exact nature of the weapon or the time of the test but said it was organised by the Academy of National Defence Science.
  • UN Security Council discusses North Korea's latest missile test at emergency meeting

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    Brooks said, according to Yonhap News , a "very risky situation" is looming over the peninsula as North Korea carried out missile launches, claiming to be capable of carrying nuclear warheads. The United States stations 28,500 troops in South Korea to deter potential aggression from North Korea . Liu Jieyi , whose country is closest to North Korea , said all progress with North Korea on eliminating nuclear weapons from the Korean peninsula has come through dialogue, "so there's no ...
  • LK Advani charged over Babri mosque demolition

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    Earlier in the day, Indian Water Resources Minister denied any wrongdoing. "There was no conspiracy, it was an open movement like it happened against the Emergency", she told the media. The Supreme Court has been hearing the case since 2011 after setting aside a high court judgement which allocated two-thirds of the disputed site to Hindu groups, and the remainder to Muslims.
  • Donald Trump condemns killing of pair who tried to stop racist rant

    Donald Trump condemns killing of pair who tried to stop racist rant

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    A third victim, Micah David-Cole Fletcher, 21, is being treated for injuries that were not life-threatening. Finally, after receiving a lot of backlash for his coward act, the president posted a tweet acknowledging the incident, but that too from his official account, not the one he usually uses for most of his tweets.
  • Toddler Ayla Reynolds, Missing Since 2011, is Declared Dead

    Toddler Ayla Reynolds, Missing Since 2011, is Declared Dead

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    Ayla was reported missing from a home in Waterville by her father, Justin DiPietro , in December 2011. Police say the girl was with friends outside a metro station in Laval, north of Montreal, when she was hit. No arrests have been made in the case. At one time Reynolds meant to file a wrongful death lawsuit against him, but she gave up those plans after her lawyer cast doubt on a successful outcome.
  • Santa Cruz estará otra semana sin clases

    Santa Cruz estará otra semana sin clases

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    El viernes pasado, la huelga cumplió 50 días desde el inicio del ciclo lectivo el pasado 6 de marzo. La decisión se tomó ayer en la localidad de San Julián en el XIV Congreso Extraordinario. ADOSAC y AMET volverán a reunirse el próximo martes con las autoridades del Consejo Provincial de Educación para avanzar en titularizaciones, subasta de cargos y el reclamo por 18 mil horas cátedras que cayeron a comienzos de este año, entre otros asuntos.
  • Trump pays somber tribute to fallen troops on Memorial Day

    Trump pays somber tribute to fallen troops on Memorial Day

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    He will speak just before 11 a.m.at a ceremony in which he will also lay a wreath at the cemetery where USA military members are buried. They were Marine Corps 1st Lt. The president hailed Bob Dole, the former senator who suffered lifelong injuries in World War II and attended Monday's ceremony. Image captured during performance of national anthem at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day .
  • Donald Trump Meets King Salman of Saudi Arabia

    Donald Trump Meets King Salman of Saudi Arabia

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    President Donald Trump and Canada's prime minister met on the sidelines of the G-7 summit to discuss economic issues. To the White House, Trump's first trip overseas was an embodiment of the promises he made as a candidate to put America's interests first and break through the guardrails that have long defined USA foreign policy.
  • Germany Celebrates Protestant Reformation With A Robot Pastor

    Germany Celebrates Protestant Reformation With A Robot Pastor

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    The robot raises its arms, flashes lights, recites a biblical verse and says: " God bless and protect you ". In Wittenberg, Germany, one church has taken to automating spiritual guidance, creating a new robot, called the Bless U-2, that offers robotic benedictions to its fleshy parishioners.
  • Memorial Day: Honor those who sacrificed for our freedom

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    Memorial Day is a special holiday to honor those who died in military service.We are honored to present a special section inserted into today's edition. Each of these military branches also has its own reserves. U-S Senator Deb Fischer of Valentine calls Memorial Day a unique holiday because it pays tribute to the fearless men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice fighting for our country.
  • Macron draws 'red line' over Syria after meeting Putin

    Macron draws 'red line' over Syria after meeting Putin

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    We would like to take the same path, for the youth, the economic structures, the scientific circles to get closer, to organize a French-Russian forum of civil society. Now, 300 years later, Macron escorted his guest through a new exhibition commemorating the diplomatic moment of their forebears. Putin was also later to visit a new Orthodox cathedral complex in central Paris .
  • Iraqi forces push into three neighbourhoods in western Mosul

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    Recapturing them will pave the way for Iraqi forces , backed by US-led coalition airstrikes , to begin a final push for the Old City. Now over the past couple of days, there has been an uptick in the hostilities between both sides after the Iraqi forces announced a launch of a new offensive to take over the old city.
  • North Korea accuses South of machine-gunning birds in Demilitarized Zone

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    Security Council resolutions. As North Korea continues to develop its nuclear missiles program, pressure is mounting on Japan and South Korea to develop their own countermeasures. "This is totally unacceptable", said Japanese Ambassador Koro Bessho after the council meeting. But Rosselli declined to specify whether a new sanctions resolution was being prepared, saying the council was "discussing and considering different options".
  • Trump Condemns Friday's Attack in Portland Train

    Trump Condemns Friday's Attack in Portland Train

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    President Donald Trump on Monday condemned the fatal stabbings of two Good Samaritans, who tried to stop a man from harassing a pair of women who appeared to be Muslim . Christian was "ranting and raving" at two young Muslim women with "hate speech or biased language", according to Portland police . Another victim, 21-year-old Micah David-Cole Fletcher, was hospitalized.
  • Trump Tweets (Again) About Changing Senate Filibuster Rules

    Trump Tweets (Again) About Changing Senate Filibuster Rules

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    In April, Senate Republicans voted to eliminate the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees, confirming Justice Neil Gorsuch shortly thereafter. Trump's plan would change filibuster rules, essentially ending legislation-obstructing long speeches altogether, and give more power to smaller states.