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Earlier this week, Pence did not rule out meeting with North Korea during the games. The country has had a history of taking provocative acts and agreeing to talks that lead nowhere. During the parade of nations, they stood only for the USA team. Tensions between the two soared previous year as Pyongyang tested missiles capable of reaching the US mainland and its most powerful nuclear device to date, while Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump traded personal insults and threats of ...
  • UK PM says no second Brexit vote

    UK PM says no second Brexit vote

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    Britain wants a transition after Brexit that will avoid businesses having to adjust to new rules and regulations twice. He said: "If these disagreements persist, the transition is not a given". "It really doesn't matter how you dress it up to soften the blow to hardline Brexiteers - continued regulatory alignment, no regulatory divergence, a new customs union - the end result must be that in areas of north-south cooperation, our rules must mirror those of Europe ".
  • Russian Federation begins deportation of N.Korean laborers

    Russian Federation begins deportation of N.Korean laborers

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    Security Council resolutions and expelling North Korean workers I think that would initially be a positive sign", said Lisa Collins, a Korea expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. North Korean workers are confirmed to be heading back to their country at an airport in the Far East city of Vladivostok, while carrying large pieces of luggage.
  • USA curler Matt Hamilton draws comparisons to Nintendo's 'Super Mario'

    USA curler Matt Hamilton draws comparisons to Nintendo's 'Super Mario'

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    Hamilton and his sister/teammate Becca have become instant celebrities in their first couple of days in PyeongChang. Before competition began, Becca said the siblings were excited to get on the ice first for the United States . "We like playing under pressure but today Korea just outshot us", Becca Hamilton said. The Hamilton's opened the 2018 Winter Games with a huge victory over the Olympic Athletes from Russian Federation but followed with a 6-4 loss to Canada.
  • Opposition MPs go into huddle in Rajya Sabha after House adjourned

    Opposition MPs go into huddle in Rajya Sabha after House adjourned

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    Notices on issues such as complaint against West Bengal Governor Kesri Nath Tripathi and alleged neglect of Andhra Pradesh were before the Chairman. However, vice-president M Venkaiah Naidu , who is the ex-officio chairman of Rajya Sabha , defended his decision of adjourning the House for longer durations, saying the opposition members had not properly understood his concerns and intentions.
  • Mattis Gets DHS Vow on DREAMer Service Members, Veterans: No Deportations

    Mattis Gets DHS Vow on DREAMer Service Members, Veterans: No Deportations

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    Secretary of Defense James Mattis on Thursday told reporters that members of the military now protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will not face deportation. Others told BuzzFeed News that they were encouraged by Mattis' pledge, and hoped it meant they could enter military service sooner rather than later.
  • Nicole Lovell murder: Ex-Virginia Tech student stops trial with plea

    Nicole Lovell murder: Ex-Virginia Tech student stops trial with plea

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    Lovell told a friend she planned to run away with Eisenhauer and start a family, the Post reported. "We fought every fight together but this last one", Weeks said, clutching a tissue. "Truly, if we had won, we wouldn't be in this room and Nicole would be at Blacksburg Middle School where she belongs", Wilson said. On Thursday afternoon, Blacksburg Police Department Detective Desiree Twigger was called to testify by prosecutors about a cell phone she had seized from Eisenhauer after his ...
  • Trump, Modi discuss Maldives

    Trump, Modi discuss Maldives

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    Both India and the USA have stressed on the importance of dialogue in resolving the present crisis and for lifting the State of Emergency. "Both leaders expressed concern about the political crisis in Maldives and [talked about] the importance of respect for democratic institutions and rule of law", the White House said.
  • Trump won't declassify Democratic memo

    Trump won't declassify Democratic memo

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    The Democrat's memo, drafted by ranking House Intelligence Committee Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA ), reportedly quashed the claims made by the GOP, showing how the allegations were taken out of context. But more than that, Trump will have to bat down charges he made a decision to keep the memo secret to hide the fact that the GOP document was widely derided as partisan spin .
  • Here is India's likely Playing XI for 4th ODI in Johannesburg

    Here is India's likely Playing XI for 4th ODI in Johannesburg

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    His comeback is subjected to improvise the middle order that has been faltering in his absence. The South Africans must be wondering how to stop Kohli and his boys from winning the series 6-0. Morris's first reaction on being asked about what de Villiers being back meant to the team was a telling, "Jeepers!" Perhaps especially if you are AB de Villiers because everyone will be looking at you for deliverance.
  • Brief Government Shutdown Ended by Massive Budget Agreement

    Brief Government Shutdown Ended by Massive Budget Agreement

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    The Senate's failure to pass the bill before the stroke of midnight had led to a temporary freeze of federal funds. "Our Military will now be stronger than ever before", Trump wrote in the tweet . The legislation funds the government through March 23 while lawmakers work on an appropriations bill with the levels set out by Congress. Congress will then have to pass appropriations legislation for the current fiscal year that ends September 30 and the following year.
  • France calls for opening of humanitarian corridors in Syria

    France calls for opening of humanitarian corridors in Syria

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    Without air cover, the lightly armed Syrian rebels, who are doing most of the fighting in the three-week-old Turkish offensive, have found it hardto advance. Russian Federation intervened in the war more than two years ago to shore up Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, becoming one of the war's most powerful players, and Turkey needs its support, or at least its acquiescence, to pursue any mission in Afrin.
  • South Korean president hosts lunch for Kim Jong Un's sister

    South Korean president hosts lunch for Kim Jong Un's sister

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    Neither Kim Yo Jong nor Kim Yong Nam are among the North Korean officials blacklisted under United Nations sanctions. North Korea has asked that the South refuel the Mangyongbong-92, which has been anchored at the South Korean eastern port of Mukho since Tuesday after transporting its art troupe to the South.