• Haley: I will report to Trump who votes against US Jerusalem decision

    Haley: I will report to Trump who votes against US Jerusalem decision

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    The resolution was vetoed on Monday by the USA after gaining support from all 14 other members of the Security Council, including key United States allies Britain, France, Italy, Japan and Ukraine. not to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, Foreign Policy reports . Some 800 Palestinians took to the streets in the West Bank on Wednesday, clashing with IDF troops against the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital by US President Donald Trump .
  • Maharashtra Shops to Stay Open 24x7, But Not Bars & Pubs

    Maharashtra Shops to Stay Open 24x7, But Not Bars & Pubs

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    It can remain open for 24 hours on all seven days. The model laws, which are not legally binding , lay down policy guidelines that can be adopted by state governments either in the form approved by the centre or with changes. The amendment and notification also gives an opportunity for women to opt for night shifts from 9.30 pm to 7 am with their prior consent. The employees will also be entitled for overtime pay, paid leave, first aid, canteen facilities and a creche.
  • Colin Kaepernick I Want to Buy the Carolina Panthers

    Colin Kaepernick I Want to Buy the Carolina Panthers

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    Diddy brought his usual unbridled enthusiasm to Twitter while explaining why he would be the right man for the job. As he raps: "My repertoire is ménage à trois and exotic cars". In a statement , Richardson said the sales process would commence after the season. He will not entertain any inquiries before the last game has been played.
  • Pakistan grants visa to wife, mother of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav

    Pakistan grants visa to wife, mother of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav

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    On Thursday, Pakistan directed its high commission in New Delhi to issue visas to Jadhav's wife and mother. New Delhi then had urged Islamabad to also allow Jadhav's mother to accompany his wife along with an Indian diplomat and had also requested for a sovereign guarantee to ensure their safety and security during the visit.
  • Parents Pout Over Ivanka's Surprise Visit To Elementary School

    Parents Pout Over Ivanka's Surprise Visit To Elementary School

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    First daughter and presidential advisor Ivanka Trump made a surprise visit to a CT high school-prompting some parents who oppose President Trump's agenda to yank their kids from classes Monday. Apparently, not all parents were forced to expose their children to Trump's visit and some expressed relief to News 12 that they were able to remove their children from the school in time.
  • Body cam footage shows officer being dragged at 60 miles per hour

    Body cam footage shows officer being dragged at 60 miles per hour

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    Cabrera did not stop - despite Cusack's shouting. Cusack then reached in the vehicle trying to stop it and that's when investigators say Cabrera took off, with the officer dragging along with him. Then as he tried to enter the auto, the man in the driver's seat woke up and suddenly gunned the engine. "Officer Cusack's uniform and shoes were shredded from being dragged along the roadway", a detective wrote in Cabrera's police report.
  • European Union to discuss sanctions over Poland judiciary reforms

    European Union to discuss sanctions over Poland judiciary reforms

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    The move does not mean that sanctions will be imposed on Poland. The step is seen as a sign of serious concern about the new judicial laws. Under the Polish government's changes, nearly 40 per cent of current Supreme Court judges would be forced into retirement, with discretionary powers given to the president to retain favoured justices.
  • UN Human Rights Investigator Barred By Myanmar

    UN Human Rights Investigator Barred By Myanmar

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    Local officials said Tuesday that they were still investigating the 10 unidentified bodies found near a cemetery in Inn Din village on Monday. Attacks by Rohingya Muslim insurgents on the Myanmar security forces in Rakhine State triggered a response by the army and Buddhist vigilantes so brutal a senior United Nations official denounced it as a textbook example of ethnic cleansing , reported Reuters .
  • Philippines 'deadliest country' in Asia for journalists in 2017 - media watchdog

    Philippines 'deadliest country' in Asia for journalists in 2017 - media watchdog

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    However, the report noted that the downward trend stems in part from journalists leaving posts in countries that have become extremely unsafe, as RSF also noted previous year. There is a 4 percent increase in journalists now being held - a total number of 54 concentrated 96 percent of which are held in the Middle East. The report notes that roughly half of the world's incarcerated journalists are being detained in just five countries: Turkey, Syria, Iran, China and Vietnam.
  • European Union dubs Uber a transport service

    European Union dubs Uber a transport service

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    That means the ride-sharing service must now comply with tough rules that govern traditional taxi associations. As our new CEO has said, it is appropriate to regulate services such as Uber and so we will continue the dialogue with cities across Europe.
  • Coast Guard rescues turtle trapped in floating cocaine bales

    Coast Guard rescues turtle trapped in floating cocaine bales

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    A sea turtle has been rescued off the USA coast after it getting trapped among several bales of cocaine. The Coast Guard cutterThetis, stationed at Sector Key West, was in the eastern Pacific on a 68-day deployment helping the Pacific Tactical Law Enforcement Team, an aviation detachment from the Helicopter Interdiction Tactical Squadron, and a Royal Canadian Navy boat in support of Operation Martillo .
  • Super Secret Santa steps up for New Zealand PM

    Super Secret Santa steps up for New Zealand PM

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    Whilst Australian politics in 2017 has been an endless and cringe-worthy shit-fight (as per usual), our mates across the ditch have had a fairly chull year, with the most notable event the election of their youngest ever Prime Minister in Jacinda Ardern .
  • Amber alert issued for Houston baby after mother stabbed to death

    Amber alert issued for Houston baby after mother stabbed to death

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    The Amber Alert was issued for 11-month-old Shanally Flores, KPRC reported . Authorities believe that Flores was taken by her father, Thomas Bernandez, who is also a suspect in the stabbing death of her mother. She is mixed race, Honduran and African American. Police are still searching for 6-week-old Shanally Flores. The woman's body, which had multiple stab wounds, was found on the floor of her apartment by a family member.