• Li Keqiang gets second term as China's Prime Minister
Li Keqiang gets second term as China's Prime Minister

Also Sunday, China named Yi Gang to run its central bank, the Wall Street Journal reported, elevating a long-serving deputy governor with deep global links to the forefront of efforts to clean up the nation's financial sector and modernise monetary policy.

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  • Last male northern white rhino dies in Kenya
Last male northern white rhino dies in Kenya

Sudan has served as a global ambassador for his species , appearing in campaigns and public service announcements, and making appearances alongside public figures like pro basketball player Yao Ming . "Sudan was the last northern white rhino that was born in the wild". As his condition deteriorated, vets were forced to euthanize him to end his ...

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  • McCabe Fired, Trump Escalates Attacks On Mueller
McCabe Fired, Trump Escalates Attacks On Mueller

And Republican Congressman Trey Gowdy , reacting to Trump's personal lawyer John Dowd favouring disbanding the Mueller probe based on a "fraudulent and corrupt dossier", commented that the lawyer was doing Trump a disservice, adding: "If you have an innocent client, Mr Dowd, act like it".

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  • First lawsuit in Miami bridge collapse claims negligence
First lawsuit in Miami bridge collapse claims negligence

The suit, filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court, names FIGG Bridge Engineers Inc., Munilla Construction Management LLC., Networking Engineering Services Inc., Bolton Perez & Associates and Louis Berger U.S. Six others were killed. "If there's a crack in the bridge. why is the motoring public still able to travel under the bridge?" he said. The secti...

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  • 'Dog-in' protest at LaGuardia following death of dog on United flight
'Dog-in' protest at LaGuardia following death of dog on United flight

The "dog-in" was organized by State Senator Marisol Alcantara, who vowed to introduce legislation clarifying rules for pets on flights. " Outlander " actor Graham McTavish has accused a United Airlines crew of joking about dogs in overhead bins less than a week after the death of puppy on a United flight.

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  • 'Slumlord' Jared Kushner Condemned for Family Real Estate Company's False Filings
'Slumlord' Jared Kushner Condemned for Family Real Estate Company's False Filings

Jared Kushner divested from some assets when he joined the the White House as an adviser to his father-in-law, President Donald Trump. Tax records filed by Cadre with New York City claimed the properties had no residents in rent-controlled units, according to the Associated Press , but later tax filings showed almost 100 residents living in ren...

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  • Self-driving Uber struck and killed woman crossing street
Self-driving Uber struck and killed woman crossing street

The woman, Elaine Herzberg, was apparently struck while she was crossing the road outside of a crosswalk at night. Uber's testing was halted after police in a Phoenix suburb said one of its self-driving vehicles struck and killed a pedestrian overnight Sunday.

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  • Trump urges death penalty for drug dealers
Trump urges death penalty for drug dealers

The US president wants to execute drug dealers as part of his plan to combat addiction. Mr Trump's get-tough rhetoric may garner applause, but in the view of local officials it's federal dollars for prevention and treatment that save lives.

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  • Warning issued as snow and ice woes continue
Warning issued as snow and ice woes continue

Despite Tuesday being the first day of Spring, the continuation of wintry weather and and heavy rain forecast over the coming days will make it feel as if spring is still a long way off. You can keep up to date with the latest weather warnings here. . Staying windy and bitterly cold'. It comes as over 100 flights to and from Heathrow and Gatwic...

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  • Winter storm watch issued for tri-state ahead of springtime nor'easter
Winter storm watch issued for tri-state ahead of springtime nor'easter

Little, if any snow, is expected from the first system. Now, it looks like it could come further north. The northern and northwestern tip of the state may get quite a deep dump of snow from back-to-back systems. While we won't be seeing any spring like warmth for at least another week, there is a bit of good news. Thursday: Mostly cloudy, wit...

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  • Bomb threats received by a 'number' of schools in North Yorkshire
Bomb threats received by a 'number' of schools in North Yorkshire

Whilst schools elsewhere in the country were evacuated as a precaution, schools in Lancashire were not. Police were called to schools across the United Kingdom on March 19, 2018, after bomb threats were sent out by email. Police forces around the country have said there are not believed to be any "viable threats". "We take hoaxes extremely seri...

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  • Trump Bans Americans from Buying Venezuelan 'Petro' Cryptocurrency
Trump Bans Americans from Buying Venezuelan 'Petro' Cryptocurrency

As a result of the punishment, all assets of the designated persons that are subject to US jurisdiction are frozen, and USA persons are generally prohibited from dealing with them. The money has become so unstable, one city in the west of Venezuela-Elorza-even launched its own currency to be used locally. "This is about providing oxygen to people...

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"Ek Do Teen", re-imagined

Shreya Ghoshal matches to the spark of Alka Yagnik's vocal texture. The song also features Prateik Babbar who shakes a leg with the gorgeous Jacqueline. People on the Internet are convinced that the Kick actor, with all her dancing prowess, could not recreate the original Mohini's moves. "So for any girl this would be a dream song to do", she add...

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  • Real Madrid 6-3 Girona: Cristiano Ronaldo Hits Four In Rout
Real Madrid 6-3 Girona: Cristiano Ronaldo Hits Four In Rout

However, Real found top gear after the break as Lucas Vazquez (58) and two more from Ronaldo (48, 64) raced the hosts into a 4-1 lead. "We scored twice in the first half and could have really finished them off, then in the second half we took our foot off the pedal without realising", Barca coach Ernesto Valverde told a news conference.

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  • John Oliver spoofs Pence picture book about bunny
John Oliver spoofs Pence picture book about bunny

It already appears to be #1 on Amazon in books and had somehow garnered more than 650 reviews by Monday morning, nearly all of them five stars. "If there are any Mike Pence supporters watching this, I cannot promise that he is going to come out of tonight's show looking great, but I can promise that I will say something nice about him before ...

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  • Myanmar's Suu Kyi welcomed to Australia amid protests
Myanmar's Suu Kyi welcomed to Australia amid protests

Hundreds of thousands of the Muslim-minority Rohingya have fled Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state after authorities launched a brutal crackdown on insurgents six months ago that the United Nations has called "ethnic cleansing". Last December, the United Nations human rights boss Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein would not rule out genocide charges against Ms Su...

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  • Syracuse stifles Michigan State to reach Sweet 16
Syracuse stifles Michigan State to reach Sweet 16

If a lot of teams drop him on their boards based on how he shot against Syracuse, a playoff-caliber team will get a draft night steal. "That's why nothing surprises me with our defense". I took too many bullets this year not to be here. With the game tied in the closing seconds, Hall got a rebound off a missed shot by Cody Martin.

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  • KCR, Mamata coin idea of 'Federal Front' to check BJP
KCR, Mamata coin idea of 'Federal Front' to check BJP

Our front will be a federal front . For last 71 years what has been happening in the country? While KCR called for a "qualitative change in governance" at the Centre and spoke of a non-Congress, non-BJP federal front, Banerjee remained non-committal about the proposed coalition being agnostic to the Grand Old Party.

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  • 2nd day of voting in presidential elections for Egyptians overseas
2nd day of voting in presidential elections for Egyptians overseas

The Egyptian embassies in New Zealand and Australia inaugurated the second day of voting earlier than other embassies, starting at 10 p.m. (Cairo time), while consulates and embassies across the world officially opened their doors Saturday at 9 a.m.

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  • Russian Federation says 23 British diplomats must leave within a week
Russian Federation says 23 British diplomats must leave within a week

LONDON - Britain's foreign minister said Sunday that he has evidence Russian Federation has been stockpiling a nerve agent in violation of global law "very likely for the purposes of assassination". The identification of Novichok as the weapon has become the linchpin of the British case for Russia's culpability in the poisoning. The four-natio...

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