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Saudi Arabia, Iraq agree oil output cut needs 9-month extension

Iraq's Oil Minister Jabbar Al-Luaibi said nearly all countries participating in the cut had agreed to extend it, though there was no consensus yet on how long the extension should be. The exact dura...

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China installs rocket launchers on South China Sea island

Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said on Friday Southeast Asian nations and China should start with a "gentleman's agreement" on the South China Sea waterway because no mechani...

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Melania slaps Trump when he tries to hold her hand

Melania slaps Trump when he tries to hold her hand

Check out the footage of the cool move below. After landing on the tarmac in Israel , Trump attempted to hold his wife's hand. First, there was Trump's failure to wait for Melania when meeting th...

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Iran must never be allowed to have nuke

Iran must never be allowed to have nuke

This will be closely watched after Mr Trump's conflicting pronouncements on the alliance. Trump's visit is part of his first trip overseas as president and follows an initial stop in Saudi Arabia, w...

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President Trump Makes Historic Visit to Western Wall

President Trump Makes Historic Visit to Western Wall

The president arrived at the wall Monday afternoon, donning a yarmulke, as is the tradition at Jewish holy sites. Accompanied by his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, Trump reportedly swaye...

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Monica Lewinsky Writes That Roger Ailes Made Her Life a 'Nightmare'

Monica Lewinsky Writes That Roger Ailes Made Her Life a 'Nightmare'

Liz Trotta, the longtime television news journalist and Fox commentator whom Ailes recruited when she was nearly 60, and whom he supported through many controversies (and who is now 80), noted that ...

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United Nations calls on North Korea to stop missile tests

North Korea conducted two nuclear tests past year. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said economic and diplomatic pressure would continue to be applied to North Korea . Experts said that rocket ...

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US top court tightens patent suit rules in blow to 'patent trolls'

US top court tightens patent suit rules in blow to 'patent trolls'

Charles Everingham, a former U.S. Magistrate who handled patent cases for four years in East Texas, said he expects he expects that federal courts in Marshall and Tyler will hear plenty of cases in wh...

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Chelsea Manning celebrates release from prison: 'First steps of freedom'

Chelsea Manning celebrates release from prison: 'First steps of freedom'

Army regulations require that any book or other publishable writings by Manning involving military matters, national security issues or subjects of significant concern to the Defense Department Mann...

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Macron, Merkel vow to give Europe a new impetus

Macron, Merkel vow to give Europe a new impetus

Chancellor Merkel said she was open to Mr Macron's proposal to create a level playing field between European Union countries and other worldwide trade partners. After beating off completion from euros...

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Bolling on Anthony Weiner: 'He Is a Sick Human Being'

Bolling on Anthony Weiner: 'He Is a Sick Human Being'

Weiner , who cried and apologized in court, surrendered to the FBI following its investigation. Weiner , who put up a US$150,000 (RM648,400) bond, is scheduled to be sentenced on September 8. "I kn...

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Jeremy Corbyn Isn't Visiting Labour's Most Vulnerable Seats

Jeremy Corbyn Isn't Visiting Labour's Most Vulnerable Seats

The party also plans a levy on businesses with staff earning large salaries over £330,000. It doesn't have to be this way. On June 8, voters will be electing a new government nearly a year after a s...

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Turkish Security Assaults Protestors In Washington DC

Earlier on Tuesday, Erdogan met with President Donald Trump at the White House, where the two leaders vowed to fix their countries' relationship and re-establish an economic and military partnership. ...

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Fighters announce handover of Syria's Tabqa to city council

Fighters announce handover of Syria's Tabqa to city council

Barack Aydin of the Washington-based Kurdish Policy Research Center, said the key ought to be a broader peace process between Erdogan's government and Kurdish opponents in Turkey, which would eliminat...

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Ford replaces CEO in push to transform business

Ford replaces CEO in push to transform business

The company's stock has plummeted 40% since Fields became CEO in July 2014. Despite its investments in self-driving cars, which also include $1 billion poured into a joint venture with Argo AI, For...

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Battle lines drawn in Israel embassy move

Battle lines drawn in Israel embassy move

The minister's office, which spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the visit, told CNN that a number of ministers meant to skip the arrival ceremony at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion ...

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South Korea Wants to Reopen Communication With North

South Korea Wants to Reopen Communication With North

The Security Council condemned the test. "It is actually North Korea trying to intimidate the worldwide community", Haley said , "and Russian Federation itself should be concerned because that ball...

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Kushners sorry for namedropping to lure Chinese investors

Kushners sorry for namedropping to lure Chinese investors

The company also featured a photo of President Trump on a slide at the event that said "key decision makers" on the EB-5 programme, CNN reported . "As previously stated, he will recuse from parti...

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Trump administration initiates NAFTA renegotiation process

Mexican foreign minister Luis Videgaray, speaking at a news conference with secretary of state Rex Tillerson in Washington, said the trade pact needed to be updated after almost 25 years. United Sta...

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Kim Jong-un Approves Mass Production of Successfully Launched Ballistic Missile

Kim Jong-un Approves Mass Production of Successfully Launched Ballistic Missile

South Korea's military said Sunday a missile believed to be a Pukguksong-2 was sacked from a site in the vicinity of Pukchang in South Pyeongan Province and reached an altitude of about 560 km. South ...

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