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President Donald Trump picked a public fight with Germany on Tuesday, tweeting that trade deals with the European country are " very bad for U.S." and that they "will change". "We began our German-Indian government consultations a few years ago, as we have for German-China consultations", she said . Many of Modi's comments contrasted sharply with positions of Trump, who has denied climate change, criticised the European Union, predicted more countries will leave the European Union ...
  • Portland victim's mother appeals to Trump to condemn acts of hate

    Portland victim's mother appeals to Trump to condemn acts of hate

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    Police said the knife's blade was 3-3/4 inches long. Christian also yelled "death to the enemies of America" and "death to antifa ". Portland's mayor is at odds with the ACLU over his request that the federal government revoke a permit for Sunday's scheduled " Trump Free Speech Rally Portland" on federal land, citing Friday's deadly stabbings on a city train after good Samaritans tried to stop the killer from harassing Muslim and African-American teen girls.
  • Donald Trump bats back 'Fake News' about Russia, Germany

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    The latest reports in the Russian Federation matter said Kushner spoke with Russia's ambassador to the United States about setting up secret communications with Moscow during the presidential transition. Kennedy to Barack Obama. In interviews Sunday, Kelly said he didn't know whether the reports were true. Trump also wrote that "many of the leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies".
  • Dell unveils new AIOs, gaming desktop at Computex 2017

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    Joining its Radeon™ VR Ready tiers, AMD is now introducing two tiers to help users choose the right processor for their needs: AMD VR Ready Processor , and AMD Ryzen ™ VR Ready Premium. This particular model isn't really being marketed to the PC gaming crowd. The Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop models are powered by AMD processors and graphics.
  • US Navy SEAL member killed after parachute malfunction

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    The parachutists and Navy SEAL was participating in Fleet Week activities at the time of the incident. The accident occurred shortly after noon near Liberty State Park, where the Navy's elite parachute team, the Leap Frogs , were conducting a coordinated aerial exhibition, reported the New York Daily News .
  • Manchester terror blast - Police conduct search in St Helens

    Manchester terror blast - Police conduct search in St Helens

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    At 11 a.m. Thursday, many across Britain fell silent and bowed their heads for a minute in tribute to the victims of Monday night's bombing. Her comments came after British officials said they would no longer share intelligence on the attack with USA officials after information was leaked tot he US media.
  • Castellanos De Moya dice defenderá en tribunales su honestidad y honradez

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    Una fuente informó que contra el señor Castellanos ya se emitió una orden de apresamiento internacional debido a que figura en el expediente de quienes habrían recibido sobornos de US$92 millones de la empresa brasileña Odebrecht . Aseguró que en los años de servicio profesional, sus labores y funciones "han sido meramente técnicas" y que "nunca" ha tenido "la responsabilidad de manejar fondos económicos asociados a las instituciones públicas y privadas".
  • At least 64 killed in car bombing in Kabul's diplomatic zone

    At least 64 killed in car bombing in Kabul's diplomatic zone

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    The insurgent group rarely claims responsibility for attacks that kill large numbers of civilians. It hit about 400 yards from the German Embassy, and was in a water delivery truck, according to journalist Jennifer Glasse. Health Ministry spokesperson Waheeb Majroh was quoted by AFP as saying: "Unfortunately the toll has reached 80 martyred (killed) and over 300 wounded, including many women and children", adding the figures would continue to climb as more bodies are pulled from the debris.
  • Woman recalls OR train stabbing victim's final words

    Woman recalls OR train stabbing victim's final words

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    Christian allegedly threw the knife he used in the attack at a police auto, which it bounced off of, landing nearby. "That's what liberalism gets you", Christian said . SIEGEL: Amelia, what more do we know about Christian and what might have led to the events on the train? Underneath the photograph, Christian wrote, "I am White and a Nationalist for Vinland".
  • Manchester: Police fear 2nd attack is underway

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    That followed an earlier arrest of a male in Wigan. In a statement, the National Police Chiefs' Council also criticised the actions of USA intelligence officials. Abedi is also said to have visited Frankfurt in 2015. Abedi and Hostey hung around on the same estates and worshipped in the same Didsbury mosque in Manchester, before they reportedly became disaffected with life in the West.
  • NH police investigate death of young women found with stab wounds

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    She was rushed to a nearby hospital, where she was later pronounced dead. The victim was identified as Sabrina Marie Galusha, who authorities said was a resident of Concord. Police are asking for anyone with information about the death to contact Lt. Sean Ford at 603-225-8600 or the Concord Regional Crimeline at 603-226-3100.
  • From landslide to upset defeat - scenarios for May's United Kingdom election

    From landslide to upset defeat - scenarios for May's United Kingdom election

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    So, in effect, voters will decide whether May or Corbyn gets to sit down with Brussels and hammer out an exit deal that will define the country's trade and diplomatic ties with the EU. A midwife from Devon asked Mrs May to explain the cutting of NHS budgets and the "chronic underfunding that I see at work". It echoes shadow home secretary Diane Abbott's own efforts to promote the party's plans to recruit extra police officers, which were left in tatters when she was unable to specify ...
  • Portland stabbing attack survivor tells city's Muslim community they 'are loved'

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    Namkai-Meche, 23, was one of the victims in a hate-fueled attack on a train in Portland , Oregon, on Friday. "Our prayers are with them". The mother of one of the girls who was the target of a hate-filled rant against Muslims on a Portland train says she's overwhelmed with gratitude and sadness for the strangers who were stabbed to death when they came to her daughter's defense.
  • Crashed Sukhoi's pilots dead, were unable to eject in time

    Crashed Sukhoi's pilots dead, were unable to eject in time

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    Pankaj's age was 36 and Achudev's 26. After analysing the Flight Data Recorder of the aircraft and locating other articles from the crash site, authorities confirmed Squadron Leader D Pankaj and Flight Lt S Achudev suffered fatal injuries after they were unable to initiate ejection before the crash.
  • USA successfully tests ICBM defense system

    USA successfully tests ICBM defense system

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    He stressed that all progress with Pyongyang on eliminating nuclear weapons from the Korean peninsula had come through dialogue. The US military said the test was successful. The planned target is a custom-made missile meant to simulate an ICBM, meaning it will fly faster than missiles used in previous intercept tests, according to Christopher Johnson, the Missile Defense Agency's spokesman.
  • United States successfully 'intercepts and destroys' target in missile test

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    One of the problems is China's continual support for North Korea, as shown by its rejection of a proposal for the Security Council to impose additional sanctions on the North. House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Adam Smith said this is an "important milestone in the programme", but "much work remains to be done to ensure we have a reliable and effective system".
  • South Korea repatriates 6 North Koreans rescued at sea

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    The newly-elected president of South Korea ordered a probe into why the country's defense ministry failed to report to him the import of four more rocket launchers for the USA anti-missile system in addition to the two confirmed publicly. So far, North Korea has not tested a missile that could reach the United States . Analyses of recent North Korean flight tests and missiles paraded through the streets of Pyongyang suggest that the North may also be seeking to develop maneuverable warheads.
  • NYPD sergeant who killed mentally ill woman is arrested

    NYPD sergeant who killed mentally ill woman is arrested

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    A Bronx grand jury indicted Sgt. Hugh Barry in Deborah Danner's October death. He surrendered in Bronx Criminal Court Wednesday morning and will be in court later in the afternoon. Barry had a stun gun but did not use it, according to the NYPD. Activists and political leaders had called for Democratic Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to oversee the investigation into Danner's death, but Schneiderman refused as his office can only investigate fatal police shootings of unarmed people.
  • Tobacco kills 7 million a year, wreaks environmental havoc

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    It seems that tobacco waste poisons the environment with more that 7,000 toxic chemicals which all pose a serious additional risk to human health . The theme for World No Tobacco Day 2017, was " Tobacco - a threat to development". Tobacco farming inhibits education, as 10-14 per cent of children from tobacco-growing families miss class to work in tobacco fields.
  • Suspect in Portland commuter train attack to be arraigned in court

    Suspect in Portland commuter train attack to be arraigned in court

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    The Portland man who allegedly killed two men on a commuter train after they intervened as he spewed hate speech at two women who looked Muslim is a known local white supremacist, a local newspaper reported . But Fletcher's grandmother tells KOIN another hero emerged from the attack - an Iraq war veteran who she says helped Fletcher, possibly saving his life.
  • Authorities: 19 charged in NY mob takedown

    Authorities: 19 charged in NY mob takedown

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    Federal agents in NY on Wednesday arrested 19 accused members of the Lucchese crime family, an alleged network of criminals who were the source of inspiration for the acclaimed mobster film "Goodfellas". The indictment also includes allegations of fraud in a $25 million hospital expansion and other public building projects. It says Matthew Madonna was the "street boss" of the Luchese family, alleging he ran the crime group's affairs on behalf of the imprisoned boss.
  • North Korea prepared for new ICBM test: state media

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    The American interceptor has an uneven track record, having succeeded nine times out of 17 attempts against missiles in test since 1999, although the most recent test - in June 2014 - was a success. This was the ninth time the US has conducted an intercept test like this since 2004, and it was the first test on an ICBM-type target. The Associated Press said the Pentagon calls the tactic "hitting a bullet with a bullet".
  • "Los extraterrestres viven ya entre nosotros en la Tierra" — Robert Bigelow

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    Eso es todo al respecto". Está tan convencido de que viven entre nosotros que dijo que no le importa que piensen que está loco. "Están actualmente presentes. La empresa que dirige Bigelow se encarga de desarrollar y fabricar estaciones espaciales para uso comercial y tecnologías del futuro que permitirán a los seres humanos habitar otros planetas.
  • Dozens killed, injured after car bomb rocks Afghan capital

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    Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi expressed hope that intra-Afghan dialog - leaving out regional and non-regional countries accused of sponsoring terrorism - would create a mechanism to prevent such attacks and stymie the flow of weapons for extremist groups by those countries.
  • North Korea Missile Tests: US Warns Against Supporting Pyongyang

    North Korea Missile Tests: US Warns Against Supporting Pyongyang

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    Under UN resolutions, North Korea is barred from developing nuclear and missile technology. South Korea's new President Moon Jae-in who took office last week has campaigned on a more moderate approach towards the North but he has said North Korea must change its attitude of insisting on arms development before dialog was possible.
  • Philippines army battles IS-linked group in southern city

    Philippines army battles IS-linked group in southern city

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    Duterte said Wednesday that militants who have laid siege to the city of Marawi had decapitated the police chief of Malabang. Convoys of vehicles packed with evacuees and protected by soldiers streamed into Iligan. "We can not just pinpoint the particular spot". The trapped civilians were without food, and wanted the military to stop air strikes, he said, urging the military "to do a different approach".
  • Venezuela elegirá Asamblea Constituyente en dos jornadas comiciales

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    El mandatario Nacional criticó el silencio de los dirigentes de oposición ante tanta violencia y asesinato de personas señaladas de ser chavistas y denunció que los mismos son cómplices de esta situación por no pronunciarse ni alentar a sus seguidores a parar esta arremetida violenta.
  • Kabul blast hurts German embassy staff, kills guard

    Kabul blast hurts German embassy staff, kills guard

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    The bombing also raised serious questions about the Afghan government's ability to secure the war-battered nation. "Two Japanese embassy staffers were mildly injured, suffering cuts", a foreign ministry official in Tokyo told agencies.
  • Infosys employee found dead in office premises

    Infosys employee found dead in office premises

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    He daily travelled to Mahindra World City from Tindivanam for work. When he failed to make it back home and when his cellphone could not be reached, his anxious wife reached out to the cops. Police have said that it looked like a murder in the office. The police have also said that there were no injury marks on the body. Primary reports intimate that he went to the office on Monday, but did not return home.
  • VENEZUELA: Ramos Allup ratificó su rechazo a la ANC

    VENEZUELA: Ramos Allup ratificó su rechazo a la ANC

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    Agregó que "cada vez es más grave el desabastecimiento de alimentos, medicinas y el colapso de servicios públicos; Los precios de las pocas cosas que se consiguen en el mercado". "Es el toque de apartamentos, y se llevan a quien consigan ahí, fundamentalmente a jóvenes, a quienes en la justicia militar le levantan expedientes", sostuvo.
  • Congress MP asks Modi to seeks views from states on livestock ban

    Congress MP asks Modi to seeks views from states on livestock ban

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    Describing the move as "anti-federal, anti-democratic and anti-secular", Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has shot off letters to his counterparts in other states, asking them to "stand together" in opposing the ban and urge Prime Minister Narendra Modi to withdraw the new regulations.
  • Bombing in Afghanistan kills 80, injures hundreds

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    The NATO statement praised "the courage of Afghan Security Forces, especially the police and first responders". Associated Press images from the scene showed the German Embassy and several other embassies located in the area heavily damaged.
  • U.K. Liberal Democrats to Promise Final Brexit Vote in Manifesto

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    Instead, he will claim that Theresa May is "on course to win" the General Election on June 8, and ask voters to let the Lib Dems replace Labour as the second-largest party in the House of Commons. However, it's Brexit that lies at the heart of the manifesto - or, to be more precise, the party's opposition to it. The party would use a Housing and Infrastructure Development Bank to help firms and housing associations fund the building of rent to own homes.
  • White House official: Trump plans to pull USA from Paris deal

    White House official: Trump plans to pull USA from Paris deal

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    While Trump now favors an exit from the agreement, he has been known to change his thinking on major decisions and tends to seek counsel from a range of inside and outside advisers, many with differing agendas, until the last minute. Asked whether Trump - who once called climate change a hoax - believes human activity is contributing to global warning, Spicer said he wasn't sure.
  • Pelosi: 'It's hard' to say President Trump

    Pelosi: 'It's hard' to say President Trump

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    At one point during a discussion hosted by the Commonwealth Club, Pelosi referenced "the new president of the United States". "I notice you don't say 'President Trump, '" interviewer KQED's Scott Shafer said . Shafer asked her who she would prefer: President Trump or President Pence? "That is the question I have". Pelosi's unwillingness to refer to Trump as the American president is not a hard rule; she did so later in the discussion and has called him President Trump on previous occasions.
  • Minnesota NBA team gives Energy new name: Iowa Wolves

    Minnesota NBA team gives Energy new name: Iowa Wolves

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    The Timberwolves had been placing players with a variety of D-League teams. The Timberwolves are now one of 26 National Basketball Association teams to own or operate a D-League affiliate. The Wolves will be the second Des Moines-based team to partner with a major league club from the Twin Cities, which is roughly 250 miles north of Iowa's capital city.
  • Bomb attack kills 11, hurts 50 in Iraq

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    Police authorities told Aljazeera that a suicide auto bomber detonated explosives at the entrance of a checkpoint while another blew himself up at a nearby police station just 100 meters away from the previous blast spot. Citing unnamed police and hospital officials, The Associated Press reported that 13 people were killed and 24 were injured. Islamic militias claimed the attack posting a statement online through the official jihadist propaganda agency Amaq .
  • WhatApp Scam Tricks Users Into Handing Over Subscription Fee

    WhatApp Scam Tricks Users Into Handing Over Subscription Fee

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    Although this sounds similar to when WhatsApp charged users £0.99 for an annual subscription several years ago, it is fake and must not be acted upon. MORE: 8 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW WHATSAPP COULD DO One user was even prompted for their passport information. 'If you receive this message delete it immediately.