• Iran data centres
Iran data centres "under USA cyber-attack"

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani issued a threat on Monday as his country marked its National Day of Nuclear Technology. "Our response will be stronger than what they imagine and they would see that within a week", he added. "Even if one day (the US) can harm the JCPOA, we will be the victor in the public opinion of the world as the nation that s...

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  • Trump vows 'major decisions' on Syria after alleged toxic attack
Trump vows 'major decisions' on Syria after alleged toxic attack

Trump planned two meetings with senior national security aides Monday on Syria, in addition to a previously scheduled late-afternoon White House conference with leaders of us military commands around the world. "You don't see things like that as bad as the news is around the world, you just don't see those images". British Prime Minister Theres...

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  • Thousands of New Ford F-150 Trucks Could Roll Even When Parked
Thousands of New Ford F-150 Trucks Could Roll Even When Parked

A lower price to book ratio indicates that the stock might be undervalued. The reference number is 18S09. Ford is not aware of any reports of accidents or injuries related to this condition. For example, if the P/E ratio of a stock is 20 times earnings, an analyst compares that P/E ratio to other companies in the same industry and to the ratio ...

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  • Salman gets 5-year jail term in blackbuck killing case
Salman gets 5-year jail term in blackbuck killing case

The actor, who played Salman's father in " Hum Saath Saath Hain " said the conviction is a "sad news" for the film industry. Salman was also fined Rs 10,000. This article has been adapted from its original source . # Salman Khan's sisters Alvira, Arpita and bodyguard Shera reaches Jodhpur court. Held guilty under Section 9/51 of the Wild...

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  • Congress, BJP step up efforts to reach out to Dalits
Congress, BJP step up efforts to reach out to Dalits

He is scared and confused knowing that time is running out. Gandhi said the saffron party chief and BJP-RSS considered that there were only two "non-animals" in the country - Shah and Modi - and that Dalits, tribals, minorities and even his own party leaders "worthless".

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  • Weather forecast for the week ahead in Sussex
Weather forecast for the week ahead in Sussex

Carbon and Lehigh counties are under an enhanced threat for fire spread due to the dry air and winds expected to gust up to 25 miles per hour. Clouds rule the skies overnight with lows falling into the upper 20s. By around midnight, the best chances for snow will be along and north of I-64. Cloudy, with a low around 32. Little to no snow accu...

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  • Trump sees trade deal with 'friend' Xi
Trump sees trade deal with 'friend' Xi

Navarro has said that high-level talks will take place before any tariffs will take effect, led on the US side by Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer. "There are no winners in trade wars ", said Nathan Sheets, chief economist at PGIM Fixed Income. "It's a long process", Kudlow said. But he predicted that the USA may prevail becaus...

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  • Koke, Griezmann Score in Atletico Madrid's UEL 1st Leg Win Over Sporting
Koke, Griezmann Score in Atletico Madrid's UEL 1st Leg Win Over Sporting

Atletico, the Europa League victor in 2010 and 2012, showed Sporting no mercy. Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey and France striker Alexandre Lacazette scored two goals each for Arsenal , cancelling out a superb free kick by CSKA's midfielder Aleksandr Golovin at the Emirates stadium.

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  • Global court warns Israel may be charged for Gaza deaths
Global court warns Israel may be charged for Gaza deaths

Thousands of protesters approached the border fence around Gaza for a second Friday in a row, burning tires and hurling stones at Israeli forces, who responded with tear gas and live ammunition. The wounded Palestinian was taken to hospital in serious condition. Mourners and journalists carried Murtaja's body through the streets of Gaza d...

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  • Canada police say 14 dead after hockey bus crash
Canada police say 14 dead after hockey bus crash

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau posted a tweet in which he offered condolences . In a country where love of the sport is nearly a religion, the crash sparked an outpouring of grief among players and fans on social media, while national political leaders expressed their sympathies.

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  • Trump administration announces Russian Federation sanctions for 'attacks to subvert Western democracies'
Trump administration announces Russian Federation sanctions for 'attacks to subvert Western democracies'

The United States punished dozens of Russian oligarchs and government officials on Friday, April 6, 2018, with sanctions that took direct aim at President Putin's inner circle, as President Donald Trump's administration tried to show he's not afraid to take tough action against Moscow.

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  • How this Indian Railways proposed link will bring India, Nepal closer
How this Indian Railways proposed link will bring India, Nepal closer

On seeking investments from India, Oli said that the law and order situation in his country is improving and his administration has a zero tolerance approach towards corruption. Oli also invited Modi to visit Nepal. "As far as our relationship is concerned, we have a close and unique relationship with Nepal, but the efforts of both the leaders at...

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  • Two Soldiers Killed in Helicopter Crash at Fort Campbell
Two Soldiers Killed in Helicopter Crash at Fort Campbell

At approximately 9:50 p.m. the soldiers were killed in an AH-64E Apache Helicopter crash in the local training area on base. "Gen. Todd Royar", acting senior commander of the 101st Airborne Division and Fort Campbell. The Apache crash follows a week of tragic military aviation accidents. He said 'our thoughts and prayers are with the familie...

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  • RBI Orders Banks to Cut Strings With Crypto Businesses
RBI Orders Banks to Cut Strings With Crypto Businesses

Going back to the intention of RBI to launch a digital currency, it has mentioned that the increasing use of digital payments and the cost of printing paper currencies and managing them have prompted many countries to explore the development of virtual money that could be a supplement to the real currency already in circulation.

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  • World Health Day observed to spread awareness about health & well being
World Health Day observed to spread awareness about health & well being

The Kwara NMA chairman said it was imperative to also provide qualified motivated personnel and modern healthcare equipment to public hospitals to enable them cater properly to the healthcare needs of Nigerians. Speaking ahead of the world health day to be marked on Saturday, Health Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki, said the government was keen on ...

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  • Delta, Sears Suffer Big Data Breach
Delta, Sears Suffer Big Data Breach

Investors holded 589.14 million in 2017Q3 but now own 583.95 million shares or 0.88% less. Delta Air Lines serves more than 180 million customers each year. 4,416,013 shares of the stock traded hands, compared to its average volume of 8,289,235. Cornerstone Capital Mngmt Ltd Co stated it has 0.06% of its portfolio in Delta Air Lines, Inc .

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  • New US sanctions hit Russians
New US sanctions hit Russians

Senior Trump administration officials say the sanctions are not in response to any one activity. Russian Federation has denied any involvement in the attack despite what western leaders have said is overwhelming evidence. In early March, the administration also slapped fresh sanctions on Russian government hackers and spy agencies for inter...

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  • Wintry weather expected to miss Baltimore area this weekend
Wintry weather expected to miss Baltimore area this weekend

Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect through noon today for much of western, central and southeastern portions of the state. Tomorrow is the better half of the weekend, but still cool with a high of only 52 degrees. Right now it looks like a weaker band of light snow or mix will push through from north to south, in S...

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  • New strikes on Syria's rebel Douma kill 8 civilians
New strikes on Syria's rebel Douma kill 8 civilians

Militants of the Jaysh al-Islam group attacked the positions of governmental forces, resumed mortar and missiles attacks at Damascus. The new proposition also touches upon the situation of the Islam Army in Douma and other pockets where they still have a presence such as the Eastern Qalamoun region and southern Damascus.

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  • Rain and snow likely tonight
Rain and snow likely tonight

Risky flooding did not materialize, however, because the temperature at night was mostly below freezing. Chance of precipitation is 90 percent with new snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches possible. We still look to dodge a bullet for Saturday . The record snowfall for Fargo on April 5 is 2.5 inches set in 1933. Bad hair days in April aren't t...

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