• Job in jeopardy, top U.S. health official keeps to schedule
Job in jeopardy, top U.S. health official keeps to schedule

He left the event after taking his own shot of the flu vaccine without taking further questions from the reporters who chased him down as he was whisked away through the back door. "I know as well as anyone that the American people want to know that their hard-earned dollars are being spent wisely by government officials". "We'll see what happe...

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  • Year Old Kids Shot At Home Daycare in Dearborn
Year Old Kids Shot At Home Daycare in Dearborn

The toddler allegedly "accessed a handgun and the weapon discharged, said Ronald Haddad, Dearborn police chief during the initial investigation, reported the Associated Press ". 'I'm not going to guess on what occurred in there but obviously there was weapons in proximity to where kids are and it's totally unacceptable to me, ' said Haddad.

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  • No one has the right to criticize Turkey-Russia business union
No one has the right to criticize Turkey-Russia business union

Putin plans to compare notes with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on issues including peacekeeping in Syria , the Kremlin spokesman said. Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that his country has the right to sign agreements with whoever it wants, and that the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has no authority to ...

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  • Puerto Rico's aid plea to Uncle Sam: We're Americans, too
Puerto Rico's aid plea to Uncle Sam: We're Americans, too

It's unclear which of those technologies might come to Puerto Rico; Facebook did not immediately reply to a request for clarification. When President Donald Trump turned his attention to the plight of Puerto Rico six days after Maria hit, he said in a series of tweets that their degraded infrastructure and massive debts to Wall Street would...

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  • Uganda MPs back on benches after brawl
Uganda MPs back on benches after brawl

Under Uganda's current laws, a person above the age of 75 can not vie for the office of president. Unable to establish order, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga adjourned the House of Parliament sitting to 2pm yesterday after opposition legislators continually interrupted an attempt by MP Raphael Magezi to present a motion removing the presidential age limit...

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  • Is Facebook Conspiring With NYT And Washington Post Against Donald Trump?
Is Facebook Conspiring With NYT And Washington Post Against Donald Trump?

They said in that letter that US presidential candidates, European officials and the USA intelligence community have alleged that Russian Federation and its government corporations "are funding a covert anti-fracking campaign to suppress the widespread adoption of fracking in Europe and the U.S".

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  • Work on models for Donald Trump's proposed US-Mexico border wall begins
Work on models for Donald Trump's proposed US-Mexico border wall begins

The CBP chief said that "Moving forward with the prototypes enables us to continue to incorporate all the tools necessary to secure our border". The Trump administration last month announced four bidders had been selected to build concrete prototypes of border walls that will be 30 feet long and up to 30 feet high.

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  • Don't blame us for Hafiz Saeed, Pakistan tells US
Don't blame us for Hafiz Saeed, Pakistan tells US

Asif added that the United States, meanwhile, accuses Pakistan of " harboring terrorists ", even though the Taliban does not need Pakistani territory to operate from. He said Pakistan had reached out to India to seek "normalisation of relations and resolution of all disputes through dialogue and engagement, but India did not reciprocate".

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  • Trump Says He's Looking 'Very Closely' at Firing His Health Secretary
Trump Says He's Looking 'Very Closely' at Firing His Health Secretary

The president spoke to reporters as he left the White House for a trip to sell his tax overhaul in Indianapolis. "I'm not happy about it, and I will let him know it", Trump continued. "He's a good person". "I was looking into it and I will look into it", Trump said, according to Politico . Bannon was out three days later. As the Wall Str...

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  • Coroner Contradicts Parents Of College Student Allegedly 'Tortured' By North Korea
Coroner Contradicts Parents Of College Student Allegedly 'Tortured' By North Korea

An Ohio coroner says her office lacks evidence to make any conclusions on what caused the fatal brain damage that killed a 22-year-old US college student who had been detained more than a year by North Korea. Trump administration officials have said they are reviewing whether North Korea will again be placed on the list. When he arrived in OH, he...

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  • DirecTV will give refunds for National Football League package because of protests
DirecTV will give refunds for National Football League package because of protests

However, many in the National Football League were offended by President Trump's comments at a rally last week, in which he used the phrase " son of a bitch " while asserting that players who protest should be fired . The decision comes after hundreds of NFL players knelt for the national anthem this weekend before the start of NFL games to mak...

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  • Egyptian parliament's rights committee welcomes Saudi decision to let women drive
Egyptian parliament's rights committee welcomes Saudi decision to let women drive

Many Twitter users heaped praise on the decision, with one of them describing it as a "breakthrough". Heather Nauert, State Department spokeswoman, says the US applauds the move. Rights groups in the kingdom have campaigned for years to allow women to drive , and some women have been imprisoned for defying the rule. State Department spokeswoma...

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  • European Jewry Decries Interpol Acceptance of Palestinian Authority As New Member
European Jewry Decries Interpol Acceptance of Palestinian Authority As New Member

Among them are the International Criminal Court and the United Nations heritage body UNESCO. On Tuesday, two Israeli security guards and a border policeman were shot dead by a Palestinian at the entrance to a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank.

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  • Siemens and Alstom Join Forces to Create a European Champion in Mobility
Siemens and Alstom Join Forces to Create a European Champion in Mobility

The new Siemens Alstom will reportedly benefit from an order backlog of €61.2 billion, revenue of €15.3 billion, an adjusted EBIT of €1.2 billion and an adjusted EBIT-margin of 8.0%. In order to ensure management continuity, Henri Poupart-Lafarge, will continue to lead the company as CEO and will be a board member. Bombardier's shares closed up...

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  • ADB cuts India growth forecast to 7%
ADB cuts India growth forecast to 7%

Growth in the first quarter of the current fiscal slowed down to 5.7 per cent, as growth in private consumption and industry declined compared to previous quarters. Meanwhile, the two nations received the largest upgrades for this year among major economies in the Asian Development Bank's latest outlook. India's growth fell to a three-year lo...

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  • Parents of Otto Warmbier describe his horrific state before death
Parents of Otto Warmbier describe his horrific state before death

US President Donald Trump has accused North Korea of brutally abusing an American student who had been held captive in North Korea, saying the young man had been "tortured beyond belief". THE parents of a United States student who died after being jailed in North Korea have branded the country "terrorists" and broken their silence on the "inhum...

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  • Brits rocked by Bali volcano 'told to expect EARTHQUAKES'
Brits rocked by Bali volcano 'told to expect EARTHQUAKES'

He added: "There is a definite possibility that it will erupt, however we don't know when it will happen". Vehicles laden with food, masks and bedding have been dispatched to help more than 57,000 people who have fled a volcano on the tourist island of Bali , as rising magma and increased tremors fuel fears of an imminent eruption .

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  • Dyson may be set to reveal its own electric vehicle
Dyson may be set to reveal its own electric vehicle

The British company plans to launch the vehicle by 2020, and has committed to investing £2 billion, or about $2.35, in the project. The firm says it is "recruiting aggressively". If you haven't noticed, it's 2017, which means we're looking at a three-year wait before the Dyson EV hits the road. It is believed that Dyson is heavily investing i...

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  • Madrid orders Catalan police to crack down on officials organising poll
Madrid orders Catalan police to crack down on officials organising poll

But the US President became more ambiguous hinting the Catalans would not stand for their referendum vote to be blocked. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has said the referendum is against the law and the constitutional court has ordered it be halted while its legality is determined.

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  • Iran strikes IS bases on Syria-Iraq border with drones
Iran strikes IS bases on Syria-Iraq border with drones

After several months of calm, Idlib province has for the past two weeks been the target of heavy air strikes by the regime and its Russian allies, following an extremist assault in neighbouring Hama province also covered by the de-escalation accord for Syria's war that has cost more than 330,000 lives since 2011.

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