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Asian lending bank assesses growing inequality at meeting

Asian lending bank assesses growing inequality at meeting

There was an impacts from demonetization but that is now stable (but) power of state governments must be balanced with central government's power. Nakao praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's effort...

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France presidential election campaign heats up with rallies on May Day

Standing on the same bridge on Monday, Mr Macron hugged Bourram's son Said, who was nine when his father was killed. Far-right candidate for the 2017 French presidential election Marine Le Pen att...

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Won't let EU bureaucrats wreck Brexit, says British PM Theresa May

Won't let EU bureaucrats wreck Brexit, says British PM Theresa May

The statement is widely seen as part of the PM's electioneering ahead of the general election on 8 June, but also that such a stance risks alienating those European Union figures she must manage har...

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For The Deal-Making Trump, Compromise Seems To Be A Dirty Word

For The Deal-Making Trump, Compromise Seems To Be A Dirty Word

Abella, however, clarified that Xi's call was not a response to an earlier call made by US President Donald Trump to Duterte which also touched on the tensions in North Korea, as well as the Filip...

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Girl Scout Stand Up to Neo-Nazi Photo Czech Republic

Girl Scout Stand Up to Neo-Nazi Photo Czech Republic

The report said the girl, Lucie Myslíková, was one of several scouts among the 300 or so counter demonstrators who showed up at the May Day rally held by neo-Nazis on Monday. Some of the counter dem...

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Russia, Turkey to lift trade restrictions, enhance cooperation in Syria

Russia, Turkey to lift trade restrictions, enhance cooperation in Syria

Russia's military intervention in support of Assad has kept the Syrian president in power, while Turkey backs the armed opposition groups who are trying to oust him. He stressed the importance of n...

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Wont let EU bureaucrats wreck Brexit, says British PM

Mrs May lashed out at European politicians and officials for plotting to "deliberately affect" the result of next month's poll. "All of these acts have been deliberately timed to affect the result ...

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Damascus accepts Russian proposal of creating de-escalated zones

Damascus accepts Russian proposal of creating de-escalated zones

The White House says President Donald Trump and Russia President Vladimir Putin held a "very good" conversation about the ongoing crisis on Syria. The ministry said the Syrian government's approv...

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Britain's Prince Philip to retire from public engagements

The aides were addressed by the Lord Chamberlain, the most senior aide of the royal household, and the Queen's right-hand man, private secretary Sir Christopher Geidt, and later could be seen leaving ...

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Wary mood in Kabul as notorious former warlord set to return

Wary mood in Kabul as notorious former warlord set to return

His return was made possible by a peace deal he signed with the Afghan government last fall. Later, President Ashraf Ghani warmly embraced the former mujahedeen leader at a special ceremony in the p...

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KC (M) gets Kottayam dist panchayat president post with support of CPM

KC (M) gets Kottayam dist panchayat president post with support of CPM

George's party will abstain from the election. Of the 22 members of the district panchayat, Congress has eight members, LDF has seven and Kerala Congress has six members. Chandy, who enjoys a good r...

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Trump brings in hope for solving Israeli-Palestine conflict

Trump vowed to work as a mediator between the Israelis and Palestinians as he welcomed Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to the White House . The former USA administration under Barack Ob...

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Federal Bureau of Investigation chief 'nauseous' at thought he swayed USA election

Federal Bureau of Investigation chief 'nauseous' at thought he swayed USA election

In reviewing the emails on Weiner's computer, Comey said FBI investigators did not find anything that changed their assessment of Clinton's intent. Comey said he notified lawmakers about the Clint...

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Trump's Tax Reform Reveal Won't Tell Much, Aide Says

Trump's Tax Reform Reveal Won't Tell Much, Aide Says

Speaking to reporters earlier on Friday, Mnuchin disputed the notion that his agency's review under the executive order would slow the administration's tax overhaul efforts. "The President was saying ...

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Arkansas governor: More resources for flood-stricken areas

Arkansas governor: More resources for flood-stricken areas

The governor said there have been more than 500 evacuations. On Wednesday, Hutchinson said he deployed additional National Guard resources, including personnel and vehicles, to aid in search, rescue...

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What Google search data reveals about the BC election

NDP have opposed us every step of the way, just like they opposed the actions that we're taking to stand up to rising USA protectionism", she said. The mill closed past year, putting 200 people in t...

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ELECTIONS 2017: Somerset heads to the polls for county council vote

ELECTIONS 2017: Somerset heads to the polls for county council vote

All 53 seats on Gloucestershire County Council are up for election with 224 candidates competing for them. Polling stations will be open from 7am-10pm tomorrow, before counting takes place from 10am...

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Trump and Putin plan face-to-face meeting at G20 in Germany

The White House said in a statement that Trump and Putin discussed the need to "end the violence" in Syria and discussed Trump's proposal to create safe zones. The strike sparked a major diplomati...

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Baxter named new Bafana coach

Baxter named new Bafana coach

Baxter quit as South Africa coach in 2005 after failing to qualify "Bafana Bafana" (The Boys) for the World Cup in Germany the following year. SuperSport United confirmed in March that they had gi...

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'No cause for alarm' for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip

'No cause for alarm' for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip

The monarchs have certainly been paring down their royal duties and appearances recently. A well-placed source has also told Reuters there is no cause for alarm about the welfare of Queen Eliz...

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