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AgustaWestland case: Italy court gives top two executives clean chit

AgustaWestland case: Italy court gives top two executives clean chit

The court, in its judgment, said there was no enough evidence to prove their crime. In February 2010, UPA government led by Congress had signed a government contract with UK-based AgustaWestland in ...

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House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair Ed Royce won't seek re-election

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair Ed Royce won't seek re-election

Democrats need a net gain of 24 seats to win the majority. Royce holds one of 10 House Republican-held seats in California targeted by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee to this year. R...

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Mesut Ozil wanted by Italian champions Juventus on a free transfer

Mesut Ozil wanted by Italian champions Juventus on a free transfer

The German worldwide could decide to see-out the final six months of his deal and seal a lucrative free transfer move in the summer but it seems United are keen to secure his signature now. Jose Mouri...

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6 dead in California wrong-way driver crash

6 dead in California wrong-way driver crash

The California Highway Patrol says the Audi came to rest in the carpool lane and was then hit by another vehicle, ejecting the 42-year-old male driver onto the freeway. Lopez-Cambron's sister, Yaneth ...

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Tech Companies Prep Challenge To Net Neutrality Repeal

Tech Companies Prep Challenge To Net Neutrality Repeal

The Republican-controlled commission voted along party lines on December 14 in a three-to-two decision to eliminate rules prohibiting broadband providers from favoring Internet traffic of website...

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Man Allegedly Calls Police to Report Himself Drunk Driving

Man Allegedly Calls Police to Report Himself Drunk Driving

Lester confessed he had been driving dangerously and under the influence in the hopes of being pulled over by police. Drunk driving isn't a laughing matter, but there was a case recently in Polk Cou...

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Sudan protests continue over bread prices

Sudan protests continue over bread prices

Angry Sudanese queued outside bakeries in Khartoum as bread prices doubled overnight, with bakers blaming a government decision to stop importing wheat. "Our security forces are ready to deal wi...

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Georgia sentences former president Saakashvili to 3 years

Georgia sentences former president Saakashvili to 3 years

He became an outspoken critic of the Ukrainian president and accused him of carrying out corruption. "This is a revenge against me", he said at a press conference in Kiev. He said any move to extradit...

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No trousers subway ride

No trousers subway ride

Participants in Montreal may have faced the worst conditions Sunday, with a temperature of 0 degrees. The overnight low Saturday into Sunday was a mere 5 degrees. Though the date for the event keeps...

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3 firefighters injured in North Philadelphia blaze

3 firefighters injured in North Philadelphia blaze

Lt. Matthew Letourneau had been with the Philadelphia Fire Department since 2007. He was rescued by fellow firefighters and taken to the hospital. Funeral arrangements have been announced for the ...

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Naidu refers Rahul Jaitlie tweet to LS

Naidu refers Rahul Jaitlie tweet to LS

Mr Yadav further claimed that the Congress president had "deliberately twisted" the spelling of Mr Jaitley's surname to "Jaitlie", which was "highly derogatory" and meant to "malign the government, ...

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South Korea to unveil decision over 'comfort women' deal with Japan

South Korea to unveil decision over 'comfort women' deal with Japan

Citing a government source, the Yonhap news agency said today's announcement is expected to reaffirm Mr Moon's stance that the deal has failed to resolve the comfort women issue and he will continue t...

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FG team repatriates 481 from Libya

FG team repatriates 481 from Libya

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday promised to rehabilitate Nigerian citizens who were evacuated from Libya . The delegation comprised of Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Senior Special Assistant to the Pre...

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Midnight marriages usher in Australia's same-sex wedding laws

Midnight marriages usher in Australia's same-sex wedding laws

Luke Sullivan had some handsome words about marriage and equality after his marriage was made official. He married Luke Sullivan near the east coast city of Tweed Heads. "We've been together such...

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Trump could be interviewed over Russian Federation 'within weeks'

The issue of an interview with the president has come up in recent discussions between Mueller's team and Trump lawyers, but no details have been worked out, including the scope of questions that the ...

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Three terrorists killed in Central Kashmir

Three terrorists killed in Central Kashmir

The search operation turned into an encounter after the militants, holed up inside a house, opened fire on the forces, he said. They have received pellet injuries, said the hospital sources. Authoriti...

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Controversial Mississippi Law Limiting LGBT Rights Not Heading To Supreme Court

Controversial Mississippi Law Limiting LGBT Rights Not Heading To Supreme Court

The law also provides that the state may not take discriminatory action against religious organizations related to their wedding, adoption, employment or health care practices. U.S. District Judge C...

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32 missing after Iranian tanker collides with Chinese ship, spills oil

32 missing after Iranian tanker collides with Chinese ship, spills oil

Earlier the transport ministry said rescuers trying to locate the crew of 30 Iranians and two Bangladeshis were being beaten back by toxic clouds. Poor conditions, with heavy winds, rain and high wa...

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Concern rising in Okinawa over USA aircraft

Concern rising in Okinawa over USA aircraft

The helicopter crew landed the aircraft because a warning light had come on, according to Japanese public broadcaster NHK, which showed the helicopter resting on its skids on the ground. A series of...

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Cliven Bundy emerges free, defiant after Nevada case tossed

Cliven Bundy emerges free, defiant after Nevada case tossed

He refused to pay government-mandated fees for letting his cattle graze on public land, which ultimately led to a standoff on that land and criminal charges. Navarro found "deliberate attempts to misl...

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