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UK's Prince Philip to retire from public engagements

UK's Prince Philip to retire from public engagements

Any invitation has to be of interest to a member of the Royal Family and of national or local importance to be accepted, Arbiter said. Despite being 95, Philip's decision - supported by the Queen an...

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Trump says he gets along great with PM

Trump says he gets along great with PM

Vice President Mike Pence visited Australia in April and made clear that while Trump was not happy about it, the United States would honour the agreement out of respect for Australia. As part of the e...

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Jean-Marie Le Pen criticizes his daughter Marin's campaign after temporarily stepping

Jean-Marie Le Pen criticizes his daughter Marin's campaign after temporarily stepping

Le Pen's National Front party, from which she distanced herself on Monday, has a sordid history of racism and anti-Semitism that can not be completely erased with the purging of extremists, includin...

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UKIP loses 'Everything they've been trying to defend' in local elections

Bridgend, Ceredigion, Wrexham & Flintshire have all emerged with no parties with overall control. When Liberal Democrats side with Tories against the green bin charge, then Labour will be well and t...

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If re-elected, British Columbia premier will impose coal tax

If re-elected, British Columbia premier will impose coal tax

A re-elected B.C. Liberal government would develop regulations to levy a carbon price on all thermal coal shipped through B.C. ports to reflect the greenhouse gas emissions caused by its extraction, p...

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United States aircraft carrier starts drill with South Korean navy

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at a UN Security Council meeting on North Korea said yesterday that Washington's goal was "not regime change" in the isolated country nor does it "desire to threa...

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Bread Riots in Caracas as Venezuela Protests Escalate

At least three people were killed in shootings during Wednesday's demonstrations across the country, officials and relatives said , bringing the death toll in protests since March 29 to at least ni...

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Iraq, US in talks to keep American troop presence after IS

Iraq, US in talks to keep American troop presence after IS

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi also seeks a "modest" number of Iraqi security forces near Mosul, where Baghdad's forces have teamed with the US-led coalition since October of previous year to ou...

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Spanish court orders Barca's Neymar to stand trial for fraud

Spanish court orders Barca's Neymar to stand trial for fraud

The investment group claimed that it had received less money than it was entitled to when Neymar joined Barcelona from Santos for 49 million pounds in 2013. "The Judge has set bonds of €3,429,768 ...

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World Video Game Hall of Fame to announce class of 2017

World Video Game Hall of Fame to announce class of 2017

While the initial nominees were partly gathered from public nominations , a panel of industry experts decided which of the finalists would ultimately join games like World of Warcraft and Pong in t...

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Brexit minister Davis says EU trying to bully Britain

The PM launched a stinging attack on the "bureaucrats of Brussels " in a speech outside 10 Downing Street after meeting the Queen. The remarks came after Mrs May intensified the war of words over...

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Trump To Visit Israel, The Vatican And Saudi Arabia

Trump's Saudi visit follows the visit of Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, second deputy premier and minister of defense, to the United States . During his meeting with Abbas on Wednesday, T...

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Pentagon to request thousands more USA troops for Afghanistan

Pentagon to request thousands more USA troops for Afghanistan

The Pentagon will ask the White House next week to send thousands more troops to Afghanistan to break a deadlocked fight with the Taliban, a senior official said Thursday, May 4, according to AF...

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Does Turkey Think Trump's Resolve in Syria is Weakening?

Does Turkey Think Trump's Resolve in Syria is Weakening?

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is seeking to send a tough message to Donald Trump with its 25 April airstrikes on Kurdish fighters in Syria, in the hope of bringing about a major U-turn in US ...

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Turkey targets Kurdish fighters in Iraq and Syria

However, Turkey has accused U.S. Kurdish allies - the People's Protection Units, a Kurdish militia in Syria, and the Syrian Democratic Forces - of supporting the PKK. The Protection Units is a close U...

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Macron sticks to labour reform plans in rally speech

Le Pen said in an interview on TV channel TF1 news Tuesday night that the deliberate quotation was also meant to create a media "buzz" because "that's the only thing you are interested in". Macron sou...

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Florence: 'English is losing importance in Europe' says Juncker

Florence: 'English is losing importance in Europe' says Juncker

May also said that there are people in the European institution who want Brexit to fail. The Commission's chief Brexit negotiator, Frenchman Michel Barnier, was due to give a speech later in Florenc...

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CRPF jawans were having lunch when Maoists ambushed them

CRPF jawans were having lunch when Maoists ambushed them

The alerts, according to officials, were significant, as Hidma and Sonu had emerged as the prime suspects after the March 11 attack in Bhejji village in neighbouring Dantewada district in which 13 CRP...

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SC verdict will act as deterrent against heinous crimes: Maneka

SC verdict will act as deterrent against heinous crimes: Maneka

One of the convicts, Ram Singh, died in custody in March 2013, while the juvenile was treated as per Juvenile Justice Act and has served three years in a correction facility. The apex court had, on Ma...

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Slum pope/billionaire: Pontiff and U.S. president to meet

The pope sleeps in a two-room hotel suite. "Anyone, whoever he is, who only wants to build walls and not bridges is not a Christian", Pope Francis told journalists, responding to a question about ...

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