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Zuma must go "sooner rather than later", though his departure would not be enough to address deep-rooted corruption in one of Africa's most developed countries, the Nelson Mandela Foundation said. According to Minister of Communications, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, calls for Zuma to step down or, alternatively, for the State of the Nation Address (SONA) to be postponed until he does were not discussed and the meeting was "nothing unusual".
  • Deputy-involved shooting in Lantana

    Deputy-involved shooting in Lantana

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    It all started, police say, when the suspect shot the woman at a shopping plaza on South Dixie Highway and apparently put her in the vehicle with him when he drove off. "It appears through hard work and diligence and the timely response by Florida Highway Patrol and the deputy we have averted this guy crashing into a whole bunch more cars and escaping here and going on to do whatever he was going to do, which was shooting people", Bradshaw said.
  • Kim Jong Un's sister to attend Winter Olympics in South Korea

    Kim Jong Un's sister to attend Winter Olympics in South Korea

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    Like most members of the Kim clan, little is known about Kim Yo Jong beyond her official rank. She and Kim Jong Un were born to the same mother, Ko Yong Hui. "There's no confirmed cases (among athletes) and that's the most important thing here, that when the athletes come to Korea they demonstrate their performance after a few years of training", said Kim.
  • Charleston Black Lives Matter leader dies after shooting in New Orleans

    Charleston Black Lives Matter leader dies after shooting in New Orleans

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    Moye was arrested last February after he was caught on live TV grabbing a Confederate flag in protest. After the clip of the incident was seen around the world, d'Baha told the Washington Post that he made a decision to take action after "seeing fear" in the eyes of some elderly people who were with him at the speech.
  • North Korea Sending Kim Jong Un's Sister to 2018 Olympics

    North Korea Sending Kim Jong Un's Sister to 2018 Olympics

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    She and Kim Jong Un were born to the same mother, Ko Yong Hui. Two states emerged on the peninsula in 1948, and fought a murderous war from 1950-53. food ingredients are used in meals for North Koreans in order to prevent a possible violation of United States sanctions, which completely ban American goods and services to North Korea.
  • $0.30 EPS Expected for KBR, Inc. (KBR); Nvidia (NVDA) Sentiment Is 1.3

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    It closed at $77.99 lastly. Alamos Gold Inc. (NYSE:AGI) has declined 3.35% since February 7, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 10.81% the S&P500. Therefore 40% are positive. NVIDIA Corporation on 10/30/2017 reported its EPS as $0.99 with the analysts projecting the EPS of the stock as $0.83. The rating was maintained by Jefferies with "Buy" on Wednesday, August 9.
  • Theresa May refuses to exclude NHS contracts from U.S. trade deals

    Theresa May refuses to exclude NHS contracts from U.S. trade deals

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    Mrs May swerved a question from Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable at PMQs on whether she would exclude the NHS at the outset of talks. Asked if the PM was aware of concerns trade deals could increase private involvement in the NHS, the spokesman said: 'When we looked at the debate on TTIP as it was then, we were very clear the NHS had specific protections and would not be included.
  • Five-star cornerback Patrick Surtain Jr

    Five-star cornerback Patrick Surtain Jr

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    Surtain Jr., a five-star recruit, was thought to be LSU-bound for much of the recruiting cycle, but Alabama apparently closed the gap with his visit on January 19. The secondary was a priority for Alabama in this recruiting cycle. Patrick Surtain Jr . made the decision to attend Alabama on Wednesday at a National Signing Day ceremony, choosing the Crimson Tide over LSU , which the 5-star cornerback had long said was his top school.
  • Dalton baby chosen as 2018 Gerber Spokesbaby

    Dalton baby chosen as 2018 Gerber Spokesbaby

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    We thank the Warren family and Gerber for promoting awareness and inclusion by sharing Lucas with the world! Lucas Warren from Dalton, Ga., was chosen from more than 140,000 constants as the victor of Gerber's 2018 Spokesbaby contest. "I've never met anyone who's come into contact with Lucas and not smiled", Cortney said. "He's got an awesome personality and he goes through the milestones of every child....we're hoping when he grows up and looks back on this, he'll be proud of himself and ...
  • Pence talks missile defense, North Korea with Alaska reporters

    Pence talks missile defense, North Korea with Alaska reporters

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    Washington is taking a much tougher line on the North than its allies in Seoul, exposing tensions that South Korean President Moon Jae-in could struggle to hide at the Olympics. "And we will continue to isolate North Korea until it abandons its nuclear and ballistic missile programs once and for all", Pence said. "But with Kim Yo Jong, you are getting a person who's chiefly involved in designing Kim Jong Un's rule, a person whom the leader actually listens to".
  • FBI Texts Reveal Admiring View Of Then-Director James Comey

    FBI Texts Reveal Admiring View Of Then-Director James Comey

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    Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) shows a connection between those involved in the dossier and the Hillary Clinton campaign, as well as the Obama State Department. Heading it was Comey, who made the call to exonerate Clinton of criminal national-security charges, even before the FBI investigation concluded. Peter Strzok played leading roles in the FBI investigations into Clinton's emails and into Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election .
  • Herdsmen Attack Governor Ortom's Farmhouse In Benue

    Herdsmen Attack Governor Ortom's Farmhouse In Benue

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    But reacting swiftly, Governor Ortom said the IGPs position was a manifestation of why the police has ignored petitions for the arrest and prosecution of leaders of the Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, the masterminds of the current invasion and the attendant massacre.
  • Palestinian chief says U.S. cannot impose peace deal

    Palestinian chief says U.S. cannot impose peace deal

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    In addition, Ashrawi extended her gratitude to all Arab states for voting in favor of the UN General Assembly resolution rejecting President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Abbas said talks can only resume on the condition that a future Palestinian state comprises the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, with its capital in east Jerusalem, all territories captured by Israel in the 1967 war.
  • Two Czechs injured in Taiwan earthquake

    Two Czechs injured in Taiwan earthquake

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    The USGS reports that the magnitude 6.4 quake struck 21km north of the city of Hualien at 2:50AM AEDT, at a shallow 9.5km below the surface. There are fears for people's safety after the 6.4 magnitude quake. Yesterday, an quake of 6.4-magnitude on Richter scale struck about 20km off the island's east coast near the popular Taiwanese tourist city of Hualien.
  • Puppy microwave horror: Man (23) charged after Sparky killed in Lurgan

    Puppy microwave horror: Man (23) charged after Sparky killed in Lurgan

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    Officers who attended the scene recovered a hammer and Sparky's remains which were left in a bin nearby. A 16-year-old has been released on police bail pending further enquiries. Detectives have called for anyone who has seen the footage or has photographs of the incident to come forward. The animal was beaten to death with a hammer and placed in a microwave in Lurgan yesterday.