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He also urged scientists to make use of artificial intelligence for early detection of natural calamities. Can it be used in helping farmers deal with troubles they face regarding crop yield? "Can it be used to improve the reach of the medical services and help in curing the diseases in more advanced way?" Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Hadrien Trudeau, the youngest child of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, during a ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Friday.
  • Hazard wants to play in natural position

    Hazard wants to play in natural position

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    Conte had asked Eden Hazard to play as a false number nine against Barcelona , a role in which the Belgian has impressed at times but found hard against top sides, before switching Hazard to the left upon the introduction of Álvaro Morata late on.
  • 'Moving Day' For Family As Billy Graham Casket Arrives At Library

    'Moving Day' For Family As Billy Graham Casket Arrives At Library

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    The path goes through the town of Black Mountain and along Interstate 40 for about 130 miles. Graham often shopped or caught trains in Black Mountain, next to the community of Montreat where he maintained his home . Graham died Wednesday in his sleep at his North Carolina home. The funeral will be private and open only to invited guests. Billy Graham, 92, speaks during an interview in December 2010 at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.
  • Militants claim attacks that kill 20 across Afghanistan

    Militants claim attacks that kill 20 across Afghanistan

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    At least 23 Afghan soldiers were killed on Saturday in the Bala Boluk district of western Farah province when Taliban fighters stormed an army checkpoint. embassy. An improvised explosive device detonated a suicide bomber. Other attacks were carried out in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province and the national capital, Kabul , where a pair of deadly attacks last month - a bomb in an ambulance and a hotel siege - had already renewed doubts over Afghan authorities' ability to keep ...
  • Rick Gates, ex-Donald Trump campaign aide, pleads guilty

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    The indictment accuses Manafort of paying the former politicians, informally known as the "Hapsburg group", to appear to be "independent" analysts when in fact they were paid lobbyists, AP reports. Mr Green confirmed to The Associated Press on Thursday evening that he represented his client but did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the new charges .
  • It's Hard To Imagine How Armed Teachers Might Change Schools

    It's Hard To Imagine How Armed Teachers Might Change Schools

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    One of the solutions, he said , would be to put emphasis on stronger background checks and mental health. If, as President Trump first suggested at this week's White House meeting with families who have suffered school shootings, 20 percent of teachers were armed? The push to make schools safer came as the local sheriff's office released details of almost two dozen visits to the residences of Nikolas Cruz , the 19-year-old behind the assault at Marjory Douglas Stoneman High School ...
  • Curling: S. Korea's 'Garlic Girls' too tasty for Japan in semi

    Curling: S. Korea's 'Garlic Girls' too tasty for Japan in semi

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    Thousands of South Koreans are calling for two speedskaters to be expelled from the Olympics after they left their slower teammate behind in a race defined by teamwork and walked away as she quietly sobbed at the stadium in one of the most freaky moments of this year's Winter Games.
  • Trump calls 'gun free' schools a 'magnet' for mass shooters

    Trump calls 'gun free' schools a 'magnet' for mass shooters

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    The meetings come in the wake of the Parkland, FL school shooting last week. He pointed to reports that the school resource officer at the high school in Florida stayed outside instead of entering the building when shots were fired as evidence that it would be better to arm teachers than hire security guards.
  • United Drops Discount For NRA Members

    United Drops Discount For NRA Members

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    Suddenly, gun control reshapes the political landscape in Florida. Over 20 businesses offer some type of incentive to NRA members in the USA, according to reports . The Nebraska-based First National Bank of Omaha said Thursday it will not renew its contract to issue the National Rifle Association Visa Card, spokesman Kevin Langin said in a statement.
  • Delta to end NRA discount as pressure mounts

    Delta to end NRA discount as pressure mounts

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    A home security company. "We value all our customers but have chose to end our discount program with the NRA", the company told USA TODAY in a statement . Corporate lawyers say the NRA could argue for money damages if those companies terminate the long-term contract before the expiration date, but they feel it is unlikely to do so.
  • Red Cross reveals 21 cases of sexual misconduct among staff

    Red Cross reveals 21 cases of sexual misconduct among staff

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    Unlike Oxfam , which did not explicitly bar its employees from hiring prostitutes, the ICRC has forbidden "the purchase of sexual services" since 2006, even in places where prostitution is legal, Mr Daccord explained. Yves Daccord , the director of the humanitarian institution, said the organisation chose to conduct an internal review at the Red Cross after recent reports of sexual misconduct at humanitarian agencies, BBC reported.
  • Top North Korean general to attend Winter Olympics closing ceremony

    Top North Korean general to attend Winter Olympics closing ceremony

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    The delegation will be at the closing ceremony for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Sunday, it added. Kim Yong Chol will head an eight-member delegation to arrive on Sunday for the Games' closing ceremony - which will also be attended by US President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka, creating protocol headaches for Seoul officials.
  • Congress releases redacted Democratic rebuttal memo

    Congress releases redacted Democratic rebuttal memo

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    The White House said the Democratic memo attempted to undercut the president, but was released because Trump supported transparency. That sent the Democrats back to negotiations with the Federal Bureau of Investigation over how much of the memo needed to be blacked out.
  • Trump Says Teachers Should Be Armed Because They Love Their Students

    Trump Says Teachers Should Be Armed Because They Love Their Students

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    In his speech to CPAC , Trump praised the National Rifle Association (NRA), the powerful gun lobby which has long advocated for more armed security at U.S. At one point, Trump polled the crowd on what they'd prefer he focus on more: tax cuts or the Second Amendment. On top of that, the two men who control their chambers are steadfast defenders of gun rights.
  • United Airlines ends discount for travel to NRA annual meeting

    United Airlines ends discount for travel to NRA annual meeting

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    Delta and United, two of America's largest passenger carriers, said Saturday they would back away from the group. Other companies distanced themselves from the NRA on Friday. They were the NRA's first public comments since a deadly school shooting in Florida. The issue of gun control, and the NRA's role in opposing it, became the focus of renewed national debate on 14 February, when a former student killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, with an ...
  • Are you encouraged by the students rallying for gun control?

    Are you encouraged by the students rallying for gun control?

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    In the wake of the tragic murder of 17 students and adults in Parkland , Fla., at the hands of a lone gunman, many of us hoped it would be the tipping point to finally address the gun control issue in America. Mr Trump has been proposing a growing list of ideas, including more stringent background checks for gun buyers, reopening some mental institutions to hold potential killers and banning "bump stock" devices that allow semi-automatic rifles to mimic machine guns.