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Hard times lie ahead for the administration of South Korean President Moon Jae In as it deals with United Nations sanctions against Pyongyang and strong domestic opposition to a unified Olympic team following official confirmation Saturday that North Korea would participate in next month's Pyeongchang Winter Olympics .
  • Baird Reiterates "Buy" Rating for McKesson (MCK)

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    The stock increased 1.43% or $2.44 during the last trading session, reaching $172.8. About 19,720 shares traded. It has underperformed by 3.03% the S&P500. The firm has "Sector Perform" rating given on Thursday, February 4 by RBC Capital Markets. Analysts await Amazon.com, Inc. (NYSE:EAT) to report earnings on January, 24.
  • Suspect in custody after shooting at Texas high school

    Suspect in custody after shooting at Texas high school

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    Perry said a girl was shot and wounded. Her condition has not yet been released. Joffre says the 16-year-old boy left the building immediately after opening fire. The Austin American-Statesman reported that the shooting occurred at Italy High School , which is roughly 45 miles outside of Dallas. We do know that the suspect was in custody before 8:30 a.m.
  • Weah vows to crackdown on corruption in Liberia

    Weah vows to crackdown on corruption in Liberia

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    The heads of state present include Ghana's Nana Akufo Addo, Guinea's Alpha Conde, Sierra Leone's Ernest Bai Koromah, Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara, Faure Gnassingbé of Togo, Nigeria's Muhammadu Buhari, Denis Sassou Nguesso of Congo Republic, President Jose Mario Vaz of Guinea Bissau, Ali Bongo Ondimba of Gabon and Malian president Ibrahim Boubakar Keita.
  • Britain will get first-ever 'minister for loneliness' to deal with isolation

    Britain will get first-ever 'minister for loneliness' to deal with isolation

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    The appointment comes after the Jo Cox Commission, which published the study findings on loneliness in the country, gave the government recommendations on how to tackle the problem. "The challenge we now face is what can be done about it". "She would be delighted by Tracey Crouch's new job as minister for loneliness and would be saying 'let's get to work!'" the Foundation added.
  • Thailand market bomb kills 3

    Thailand market bomb kills 3

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    The attacker parked the bike rigged with explosives nearby and bought goods at the market to blend in with the crowd, police Lt. Eakapong Rattanachai said. The ISOC is a government security force that operates in the region. She and a male customer were killed instantly. Last May a large vehicle bomb struck a supermarket in neighbouring Pattani province wounding scores of people.
  • "School Choice Week" aims to raise awareness about education options for kids

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    The cities of Darlington, Hardeeville, Liberty, Dillon, Bluffton, Blythewood, Bowman, Irmo, Surfside Beach, Port Royal and Richland County have issued their own proclamations recognizing School Choice Week. School Choice Week began in MI and across America this Sunday, with the goal of raising awareness about the options that parents have for their children's education.
  • Davos paper attacks Trump's views on trade

    Davos paper attacks Trump's views on trade

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    Indeed, even as Trump heads to Davos to mingle with the free-trade elites, his team is believed to be in the final stages of planning trade penalties against China for what are viewed as unfair practices. Experts have found the decision to send top officials surprising if not confusing. "We need to get to a shared vision of that future and take action on it and I think if we can compel more of the community members to do that in whatever domain, then that alone would improve the state ...
  • Arrested IM terrorist Qureshi had been living in Nepal with fake documents

    Arrested IM terrorist Qureshi had been living in Nepal with fake documents

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    A pan-India search for Abdul Subhan Qureshi had been underway for the past few years before he was finally arrested on Monday. He figured in the National Investigation Agency's (NIA) most-wanted list. He is also a suspect in the 11 July 2006 Mumbai train bombings. Qureshi, a father of three, had given police the slip several times. His name also figured in Bangalore blasts.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation did not keep texts between agents involved in Clinton, Trump probes

    Federal Bureau of Investigation did not keep texts between agents involved in Clinton, Trump probes

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    In the letter , Johnson asked the FBI to further explain why the text messages are missing and produce other relevant records pertaining to the Clinton investigation. "And she said, 'Yes, but don't call it that, call it a matter, '" Mr. Comey continued. After Lynch announced that she would rely on the recommendation of Comey's determination in the Clinton email investigation, due to the impropriety of her meeting with Bill Clinton on a tarmac, Strzok texted Page that her statement "looks ...
  • Spurned by Trump, Europeans ponder how to meet Iran ultimatum

    Spurned by Trump, Europeans ponder how to meet Iran ultimatum

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    He told the paper that Paris "wishes to bring up (Tehran's) destabilising military influence in the Middle East, its financial support for Lebanon's Hezbollah and for the Huthi (rebels) in Yemen". "We should surely discuss Iran's influence in the region because it has been a positive one and everyone has benefited from it". The Iranian official said the USA president has been trying to scuttle or reform the JCPOA.
  • Sensex Hits New Peak At 35664.01, Nifty At 10926.45

    Sensex Hits New Peak At 35664.01, Nifty At 10926.45

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    On a sequential basis, there was a dip of 11.6 per cent. Revenue from IT services came in at ₹13,669 crore, which was higher by almost 2 per cent year on year. Overall, the mood was quite positive. Wipro Ltd slid as much as 3.6 percent after the software services exporter on Friday posted an 8.5 percent drop in third-quarter profit on one-off provisions.
  • Trump defends self after comments: 'I'm not a racist'

    Trump defends self after comments: 'I'm not a racist'

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    Congress to seek a bipartisan compromise to salvage the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. "His denial of Trump's inflammatory statements last week are an embarrassment to the people he was elected to represent", said Caroline Stover, organizer of Resist Trump Tuesdays.
  • Shutdown: Be careful what you wish for, Donald Trump

    Shutdown: Be careful what you wish for, Donald Trump

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    She said "others in the room were also using tough language". Trump's physical was more thorough than most. I think racism is a big part of it, but I don't think it's just plain racism. Jackson said they set a "reasonable goal" of losing 10 to 15 pounds in the coming year and developing a regular fitness routine. But Jackson, who served as the White House physician since 2013, found allies in former Obama officials who called him a "saint" and "a phenomenal doctor".
  • 'He stabbed my little girl': shocked mum tells of grief

    'He stabbed my little girl': shocked mum tells of grief

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    The 54-year-old man was dealt with in healing center for a cut injury to his stomach. He is now in a stable condition and will be questioned in due course. "She was in shock and couldn't say anything else". 'I can't trust what's happened and it being such a young lady is very bad. A father has been captured for the murder of his eight-year-old little girl who was wounded to death in the West Midlands.
  • Germany rated top global power, USA slumps to new low in poll

    Germany rated top global power, USA slumps to new low in poll

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    The report, which surveyed adults in over 134 countries, found that confidence in the United States has been dropping around the world, with a record 43% percent of those polled saying that they disapproved of the United States. And the Q poll showed that voters do not believe that Trump respects people of color as much as he respects white people by a margin of 59 percent to 38 percent.