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For years, Yameen has repeatedly tried to strike down lawful opposition against his rule. The OIC also stressed the need for a peaceful settlement of the ongoing political crisis in line with the constitutional provisions. The MEA has every reason to be concerned: President Yameen has been close to China. "It would take a miracle to be able to turn Yameen away from China while also restoring some semblance of democracy", Brewster said.
  • Struggling South Africa sends India to bat

    Struggling South Africa sends India to bat

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    Skipper Virat Kohli scored his 34 Century in the One Day International format in Cape Town on Wednesday. It was not an easy wicket to bat on but Kohli made run-scoring look easy as some of the other batsmen struggled to get going. Kuldeep broke a risky second-wicket stand between Aiden Markram and JP Duminy in his very first over before returning to dismiss Chris Morris, Andile Phehlukwayo and Lungi Ngidi.
  • N. Korea and the US Exchange Warnings During Disarmament Talks

    N. Korea and the US Exchange Warnings During Disarmament Talks

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    To counter this joint effort, Russian Federation and China would have to embark on another expensive "arms race" that neither country wants or can afford. "North Korea has accelerated its provocative pursuit of nuclear weapons and missile capabilities, and expressed explicit threats to use nuclear weapons against the United States and its allies in the region", USA disarmament ambassador Robert Wood informed the Geneva forum.
  • NOAA investigating false tsunami alert

    NOAA investigating false tsunami alert

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    The weather service's statement ended on a conciliatory note. The popular Accuweather app accidentally sent out a tsunami alarm to users on the East Coast on Tuesday morning, the latest in a series of embarrassing false alarm errors. This afternoon Accuweather issued a statement saying their system worked and it was the Weather Service that didn't sent the test correctly. "The responsibility is on the NWS to properly and consistently code the messages, for only they know if the message is ...
  • Paris snow: Even winter misery looks better in France

    Paris snow: Even winter misery looks better in France

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    The snow played havoc with public transport, halting nearly all buses in the capital along with some tram and commuter rail lines, while heavy goods vehicles were banned from major roads due to the high risk of an accident. "It's attractive when it snows", the couple told The Associated Press. Government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux promised "lessons would be learned" but defended officials' response, saying: "It's hard to know at 8:00 in the morning that roads will be blocked at 2:00 pm".
  • Syrian regime airstrikes on Ghouta kill 9 civilians

    Syrian regime airstrikes on Ghouta kill 9 civilians

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    Sources close to the Syrian government said Israeli missiles had targeted a "research center" in the town of Jamraya, north of Damascus. The third day of intense air strikes targeting the enclave saw the death toll reach 130 on Wednesday, according to monitoring groups and locals.
  • Hundreds protest 'anti-African' migration laws

    Hundreds protest 'anti-African' migration laws

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    Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the Rwandan Embassy in the Israeli city of Herzeliya to protest against tough new migration laws. At the time, the Israeli Foreign Ministry called for the end of the campaign, citing "perceived anti-Semitism".
  • Sister of North Korean Leader to Visit South for Winter Olympics

    Sister of North Korean Leader to Visit South for Winter Olympics

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    The vice president stopped in Tokyo on his way to South Korea where he will lead the USA delegation to the Olympic games and vowed to keep pressure on Pyongyang until it begins a "complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization". Analysts say the North is looking to portray itself as a normal country with its participation in the Games, and could be trying to weaken the sanctions regime against it or drive a wedge between the South and its protecting ally the US.
  • Syrian air defense destroys Israeli missiles targeting military position in Damascus

    Syrian air defense destroys Israeli missiles targeting military position in Damascus

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    Turkey's military said a Turkish soldier was killed in an attack in Idlib, where the Turkish troops are establishing an observation post. "They are just traumatized", he said by phone. "I'm very confident in the (Syrian Democratic Forces) leadership", Funk said. Turkey has been involved in a new diplomatic maneuver on Syria before a set of crucial talks with its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally the U.S.
  • Express Inc (EXPR): Stock in Spotlight

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    It has underperformed by 2.50% the S&P500. David Iben increased its stake in Diana Shipping Inc (DSX) by 7.98% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Roth Capital maintained it with "Buy" rating and $14 target in Monday, March 14 report. The firm has "Buy" rating by Roth Capital given on Monday, November 13.
  • Maldives Oppn calls for Indian intervention

    Maldives Oppn calls for Indian intervention

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    Since becoming a multiparty democracy a decade or so ago, the Maldives has regressed considerably with voices of dissent increasingly being throttled under Yameen's administration from 2013 onwards. It was not immediately clear what charges they faced, if any. During Gayoom's tenure, who served as the Maldivian President from 1978 to 2008, multi-party democracy had prevailed in the country.
  • 6 dead, 76 missing after strong quake hits Taiwan

    6 dead, 76 missing after strong quake hits Taiwan

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    As many as 150 were initially feared missing. One of the worst places hit was the city of Hualien where walls collapsed and buildings rested at terrifying angles. Tsai said she "ordered search and rescue workers not to give up on any opportunity to save people, while keeping their own safety in mind". "I haven't seen him in person".
  • High school graduation rates for 2017 show 1.2% year-over-year increase

    High school graduation rates for 2017 show 1.2% year-over-year increase

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    Some critics have questioned the significance of ever-rising graduation rates, noting constantly changing state standards along with credit-recovery options for lagging students. "Troubling gaps in achievement persist, and we must accelerate the pace of improvement", Elia said. The difference was about 20 percentage point. "We are making incremental progress, but clearly more work needs to done to eliminate these gaps".
  • Woman found holding her eyeballs outside SC church

    Woman found holding her eyeballs outside SC church

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    She was eventually forced onto a stretcher and flown to a nearby hospital via helicopter, reports WYFF News 4 . Something was terribly wrong. "It took two or three of our guys and two ENTs I believe to kind of subdue her enough for them to start rendering aid".
  • Analysts Opinions on: JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)

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    Analysts are also projecting an Average Revenue Estimate for JPMorgan Chase & Co.as $27.1 Million in the Current Quarter. ( NYSE : JPM ) has risen 33.74% since February 7, 2017 and is uptrending. The firm earned "Buy" rating on Sunday, July 16 by Bank of America. The company was maintained on Friday, January 26 by Needham. The rating was maintained by Canaccord Genuity on Tuesday, May 30 with "Buy".
  • Barca try to leave Pique storm behind, focus on Copa

    Barca try to leave Pique storm behind, focus on Copa

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    However, the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has not taken any action against the centre-back because the celebration was not mentioned in the referee's report and no complaint has been made to it since. "I do not give important to what Pique says about Espanyol". (The shushing celebration) has been done before but on few occasions has it generated widespread irritation.