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Patience wearing thin with United Kingdom govt on Brexit — Business group

Patience wearing thin with United Kingdom govt on Brexit — Business group

Meanwhile, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has been asked to consider whether Britons living in the 27 other EU member states can retain their rights as EU citizens following Brexit after a case w...

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Durham University student dies outside nightclub

Durham University student dies outside nightclub

The 20-year-old female died in the vicinity of Missoula nightclub in Durham, following an incident at around 11:55pm on Wednesday 7, February. Missoula holds what it claims is Durham's biggest stude...

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US Congress to vote on long-term budget deal, averting shutdown

US Congress to vote on long-term budget deal, averting shutdown

White House legislative affairs director Marc Short said the deal would raise spending by "just shy" of $300 billion. In ending the shutdown, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell agreed to...

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Six Nations: Ulster stars named in Ireland squad to face Italy

Six Nations: Ulster stars named in Ireland squad to face Italy

Ulster trio Rory Best, Iain Henderson and Jacob Stockdale will all start for Ireland against Italy while Leinster's up-and-coming star Jordan Larmour is expected to make his global debut off the bench...

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North Korea: 'No intention to meet with the United States side' during Olympics

North Korea: 'No intention to meet with the United States side' during Olympics

United States Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday said that Washington is planning to impose " toughest and most aggressive " sanctions against Pyongyang . "It is significant that the ...

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Congregant dies after stabbing spree at church service

Congregant dies after stabbing spree at church service

Clement told KZTV several parishioners were inside the home of a pastor singing when a male church member lunged toward the pastor and began stabbing people. Moreno has an "alcohol- and drug-related...

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NIH and opioid response get boost in Senate budget deal

NIH and opioid response get boost in Senate budget deal

To avoid the second government shutdown in less than a month, the U.S. Senate was expected to vote Thursday on a deal bipartisan leaders have negotiated. Afghan war will cost B in 2018 House pass...

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Duke vs. North Carolina College Basketball Predictions Against The Spread

Duke vs. North Carolina College Basketball Predictions Against The Spread

Smith Center in Chapel Hill , North Carolina and will air live on ESPN. North Carolina was led by senior guard Joel Berry II, who finished with a team-high 21 points despite shooting just 1-for-...

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Woman found holding her own eyeballs across from SC church

Woman found holding her own eyeballs across from SC church

A SC woman was near a local church when witnesses say she used her hands to rip out her eyes. "We are certainly traumatized by this tragic event", she said . "Something was terribly wrong", Hiott t...

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North Korean leader's sister to come to South for Olympics

Almost 300 North Koreans crossed the Demilitarized Zone between the two countries on Wednesday to participate in the Olympics, including 229 women that were part of a large "cheering squad", The Wash...

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Spice Girls US and UK Tour Now In The Planning

Spice Girls US and UK Tour Now In The Planning

It's looking increasingly likely that a Spice Girls reunion tour is in the works, and it's the most exciting news fans have heard since the Spice Girls first split up in 2000 . When asked about t...

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US Senate lawmakers introduce bipartisan two-year budget deal

US Senate lawmakers introduce bipartisan two-year budget deal

The increase in spending would include about $90 billion for disaster aid, such as hurricanes and wildfires, The Washington Post reported . Opposition from Democratic liberals and tea-party Re...

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British Judge Upholds Arrest Warrant for WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange

British Judge Upholds Arrest Warrant for WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange lost a legal bid to have his United Kingdom arrest warrant declared invalid yesterday - but a London judge has agreed to rule on further arguments next week. Earlier...

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Airstrikes outside Syrian capital kill at least 45 civilians

Airstrikes outside Syrian capital kill at least 45 civilians

The air strikes have hit residential areas, medical centres and markets. The U.N. called for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire on Tuesday to allow aid workers to access the embattled areas in or...

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Iranian state TV runs fake news about Turkey's Afrin op

Iranian state TV runs fake news about Turkey's Afrin op

Rouhani also underlined the need for fighting terrorism and reinforcing regional stability and security. Turkey carried out airstrikes on the city of Afrin in northern Syria on Thursday night, the...

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House Intel Republicans Plan to Partition Aides From Dems

House Intel Republicans Plan to Partition Aides From Dems

Tom Rooney says. "The level of trust and the level of everything down there is - it's poison", he added. Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD), who has served on the Intelligence Committee for the...

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Drowsy Driving More Dangerous Than Originally Thought

Drowsy Driving More Dangerous Than Originally Thought

The organization studied the dashcam video from more than 700 crashes to confirm its results. "You might have sluggish responses, you might not be able to keep the vehicle in the lane as well as you...

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Palestinian killed as Israelis raid Jenin-area village

Palestinian killed as Israelis raid Jenin-area village

The IDF, Shin Bet, Israel Border Police forces were operating in the village to arrest Jarrar and had forces arrived at a building in which he was hiding. Extrajudicial assassinations like this one,...

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Chinese police use facial recognition glasses to catch criminals

Chinese police use facial recognition glasses to catch criminals

The country is now leading in surveillance technologies and is going to build a giant facial recognition database to identify any citizen within seconds. The rapid development of the technology ha...

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House fully funds defense, community health centers

House fully funds defense, community health centers

Democrats want to lift the spending limits on domestic spending so Congress can allocate more for health, education and other priorities; Republicans want a big increase in spending on defen...

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