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According to the Portuguese diplomat, Israel and Palestine should live side by side in peace and security, with secure and recognized borders. Haley did not flinch in her direct response to the slight by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas who walked out of the chamber before her remarks , and in her direct shot at top Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat who had told her to "shut up" about criticism of Abbas earlier this month.
  • Indian firm wants to join PH telco market - Duterte

    Indian firm wants to join PH telco market - Duterte

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    Roque likewise defended the administration's use of social media to promote government messages and accomplishments, saying the political opposition and other groups utilize the same platform to advance their agenda. "It's not even coming from the State Department, and it's something that the president, of course, will take seriously as well". Rappler, set up in 2012, is among a clutch of Philippine news organisations that have sparred with Duterte over their critical coverage of his drug ...
  • Trump Supports Ban on Bump Stocks

    Trump Supports Ban on Bump Stocks

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    Students, many using the mantra "NeverAgain", are mobilizing around the country in favor of stronger gun laws after the deadliest high school shooting in USA history. If after reviewing the comments the ATF decides to rewrite the machine gun definition to include bump stock devices, barring their sale and possession, the agency could then re-examine prior rulings and guidance it had made on the production of the device to private manufacturers.
  • Parkland students travel to Florida capital to push gun reform

    Parkland students travel to Florida capital to push gun reform

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    She added: "We've had enough of thoughts and prayers ". One group met with Attorney General Pam Bondi behind closed doors to talk about mental health issues and later joined other students in a question and answer session with Senate President Joe Negron and Senators Rob Bradley and Bill Galvano .
  • Lindsey Vonn in 2nd so far in women's downhill race

    Lindsey Vonn in 2nd so far in women's downhill race

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    Lindsey Vonn has waited eight years for a chance to reclaim her title in the women's downhill. But then Norway's Ragnhild Mowinckel blistered past the American to take silver, only 0.09 behind the leader. "I have a huge metal rod in my right arm, that makes me a stronger person". Her body, she says, is withdrawing by increments if her heart is not. Want to learn to curl like the pros? Team USA posted a throwback video showing Vonn's downhill gold victory in Sochi.
  • Alia Bhatt and Mouni Roy enjoys on set of 'Brahmastra'

    Alia Bhatt and Mouni Roy enjoys on set of 'Brahmastra'

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    While his co-actor Alia Bhatt is chilling in the attractive locales of Bulgaria, Ranbir was seen roaming on the streets of Mumbai. With the film's leads in training mode, Alia and Ranbir took a selfie with one of their trainers. Helmed by Ayan Mukerji, bankrolled by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions and presented by Fox Star Studios, Brahmastra is an ambitious trilogy that stars Ranbir Kapoor , Alia Bhatt and Amitabh Bachchan in pivotal roles and has been the talk of the town for its ...
  • School security guard thwarts California student's shooting plot

    School security guard thwarts California student's shooting plot

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    The student is now in custody. Superintendent Hasmik Danielian said in a statement that "we responded quickly and effectively when we first learned about the potentially risky threat that was made by the student". The student, who was not identified, did not have a weapon on him when officials at the Whittier school confronted him. "Given shootings that happened in Florida, and we hear about quite a few of them, we're all looking to make sure we can prevent these concerns and find out ...
  • Famous American evangelist Billy Graham dies at 99

    Famous American evangelist Billy Graham dies at 99

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    His parents were members of the conservative Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. He remained a teetotaller throughout his life. At age 15, Graham met a traveling evangelist by the name of Mordecai Ham as the minister swung through Charlotte for a revival.
  • 'Russia did not meddle': Kremlin dismisses USA indictments on election interference

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    That is because the meetings came immediately after U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller unsealed an indictment accusing 13 Russians and three Russian companies of conducting a criminal conspiracy to interfere in the 2016 election. Speaking on a panel and attempting to quell frustration, Robert Kolasky, another DHS cybersecurity official, stressed that USA intelligence officials were genuinely anxious about how Russian Federation or others may attempt to interfere in 2018.
  • Mpls. students walk out of school, march for gun reform

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    Most will stand silent for 17 minutes in remembrance of the 17 students at the Parkland high school who lost their lives. In Southwest Florida, walkouts were planned at Cape Coral High School, Ida Baker High School, Island Coast High, and Challenger Middle School, all in Cape Coral, at noon Wednesday.
  • Britain set to take further budgetary control of Northern Ireland

    Britain set to take further budgetary control of Northern Ireland

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    Mr Paterson, who was secretary of state for Northern Ireland under Theresa May's predecessor David Cameron, suggested the agreement had outlived its use , while Labour MP Ms Hoey branded it "unsustainable". Months of inter-party negotiations since then have failed to produce a breakthrough, although the British Government has said progress has been made.
  • Olympics: Japan reaches women's pursuit final

    Olympics: Japan reaches women's pursuit final

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    The medal standings of the Olympic games-2018 - to-date information about the number of medals won by the athletes from all countries participating in the Games. Cha, who switched from short track speedskating to long track in 2011, had been dubbed a dark horse in the competition by the media, as he has collected a series of high-profile wins over the last three years.
  • Trump Jr visiting India as private USA citizen: state dept

    Trump Jr visiting India as private USA citizen: state dept

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    Later in the week, he is scheduled to make a speech about Indo-Pacific relations at a New Delhi business summit, sharing the stage with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Citizens for Ethics, a government ethics and accountability watchdog organisation alleged that the presidents sons visit to India was a violation of ethics.
  • Officer shot, killed in Prince George's County, Maryland

    Officer shot, killed in Prince George's County, Maryland

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    Prince George's County police Chief Hank Stawinski said at a press conference Wednesday that Officer Mujahid Ramzziddin (RAM-zeh-dinn) responded to the request for help and was confronted by a man who shot him with a shotgun. Police say the officer alerted other members in the area but they did not engage in a pursuit. When they arrived, the husband had fled, but she gave them a description of his vehicle.