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Potential candidates would need to submit the necessary documents for their candidacy between January 20 and 29, and a one-month campaign period is to last from February 24 to March 23. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has not yet announced his candidacy for next year's elections. Egyptian rights and opposition lawyer Khaled Ali announced in November his intention to join the 2018 presidential race.
  • All Options on Table for Iran on Nuclear Deal: FM Spokesman

    All Options on Table for Iran on Nuclear Deal: FM Spokesman

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    On Oct. 13, Trump announced that he had made a decision to decertify Iran's compliance with the Iran nuclear deal reached in 2015, a move that did not pull the United States out of the deal but triggered a 60-day window for Congress to decide whether to reimpose nuclear-related sanctions on Iran, even it means violating the deal on the USA side.
  • The Trump Administration Will End Protected Status for 200000 Salvadorans

    The Trump Administration Will End Protected Status for 200000 Salvadorans

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    TPS allows people from an impacted country who are already in the United States at the time of a disaster to temporarily remain in the United States. Congress created temporary status in 1990 to give the executive branch the authority to allow migrants from countries hit by natural disasters, wars or other emergencies to remain in the US and work legally for a limited period of time.
  • President Trump warns Democrats there won't be DACA deal without border wall

    President Trump warns Democrats there won't be DACA deal without border wall

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    In addition to the $ 18 billion in wall funding, the CBP also requested $8 billion for additional personnel and training, $ 5 billion for new border technology and at least $1 billion to build more access roads. Democrats have lined up against the wall repeatedly, and Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) last week suggested that if Republicans push for those dollars in ongoing negotiations, the impasse could lead to a shutdown.
  • Aishwarya Rai Bachchan replaces Anushka Sharma in a film on surrogacy?

    Aishwarya Rai Bachchan replaces Anushka Sharma in a film on surrogacy?

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    The plot supposedly revolves around an aspiring singer, played by Anil Kapoor , his relationship with his daughter and how their lives change when Aishwarya Rai comes into their lives. Actress in talks for a real-life story set in Gujarat that rolls later in the year Jasmine , a film on surrogacy, to be shot in Gujarat and Pushkar in Rajasthan, is set to take off later in the year.
  • Tractor-trailer slams into SUV on highway, killing woman and man

    Tractor-trailer slams into SUV on highway, killing woman and man

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    The Orange County Register reports that a silver Audi was speeding on Interstate 405 in Santa Ana on Friday when it made a lane change, hit another vehicle and then crashed into the center divider. Investigators will try to determine whether alcohol or drugs played a role. The CHP reported the incident at about 6:20 p.m. and released a video of it.
  • Donald Trump on book's mental health claims

    Donald Trump on book's mental health claims

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    Wolff's book has attracted a huge amount of attention this past week due to the author's highly critical view of Donald Trump's first year as United States president, as well as it's more weird claims. "He used sloppy Steve Bannon, who cried when he got fired and begged for his job". Now Sloppy Steve has been dumped like a dog by nearly everyone. In response, Wolff sat down with Today's Savannah Guthrie on Friday morning, where he thanked The President for the free publicity while ...
  • Fire reported on Trump Tower roof in NY

    Fire reported on Trump Tower roof in NY

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    NBC News reported it was an electrical fire. There were no evacuations or injuries immediately reported, however, officials briefly shut down Fifth Avenue to tend to the situatio. Fire broke out at Trump Tower in Manhattan early this morning. By 8 a.m., the smoke had cleared and firefighters appeared to have left the scene, footage showed.
  • Supreme Court to review Section 377

    Supreme Court to review Section 377

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    A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court will review the controversial Section 377 that criminalised consensual sex between homosexual citizens. A three-judge Bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra chose to revisit its December 2013 verdict in Suresh Kumar Kaushal vs.
  • Merrimack market sells big winning ticket

    Merrimack market sells big winning ticket

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    By late Saturday morning, Joyce Wedge had purchased four Powerball tickets for Saturday night's drawing, and she might pick up more. Saturday night, January 6th, the Powerball jackpot numbers will be drawn and a whopping $570 million is up for grabs.
  • BBC China editor Carrie Gracie quits in gender pay row

    BBC China editor Carrie Gracie quits in gender pay row

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    Her open letter, addressed to the licence-payers and published on her website , called for urgent changes to the BBC's culture, which she said routinely led women to be paid less than their male colleagues. On the list were North America editor Jonathan Sopel, identified as earning £200,000-£249,999 ($270,000-$340,000), and Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen, who earns £150,000-£199,999 ($200,000-$270,000).
  • Rahul Gandhi arrives in Bahrain to address NRI community

    Rahul Gandhi arrives in Bahrain to address NRI community

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    Rahul Gandhi asked PM Modi that when will he stop giving false promises to people after posting an image of a tweet from PM Modi during December 2013. "Investment growth of nearly twice that of last year's indicates investment is reviving", Garg had posted on Twitter. "The reason for the lower GDP estimates is mainly the poor performance of agriculture and manufacturing sectors".
  • AAP RS candidate ND Gupta faced with office-of-profit charge

    AAP RS candidate ND Gupta faced with office-of-profit charge

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    Gupta for allegedly holding an office of profit . In his objection filed with the Retuning Officer, Maken says that Gupta is "currently holding the office of a Trustee of the National Pension System Trust". Maken said Gupta's candidature was "liable to be rejected" because he was holding an office of profit since an NPS trustee is entitled to remuneration, emoluments and perks.
  • Two cricket teams booked in Bandipora for playing Pak anthem

    Two cricket teams booked in Bandipora for playing Pak anthem

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    The players were also seeing bowing their heads as the national anthem played. The video went viral on April 2, the day Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Chennai-Nashri tunnel. The match was supposed to be between two teams - MCC, Gondipora and Dardpora Cricket Club. Over the last two years, there have been several instances when the Pakistan national anthem was played during cricket matches in the Valley.
  • Residents urged to leave as firefighters battle blazes in Victoria, South Australia

    Residents urged to leave as firefighters battle blazes in Victoria, South Australia

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    In South Australia's southeast a local farmer reported a "wall of flames" as an extremely unsafe bushfire raged out of control through scrub and grassland. Residents have been urged to leave as firefighters battle an out-of-control bushfire at Carrum Downs in Melbourne , while an emergency warning has been issued for a grass fire in Glenormiston in Victoria's southeast.