• Trump Administration Strikes Trade Deal With South Korea

    Trump Administration Strikes Trade Deal With South Korea

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    Korea did not announce any such agreement when it briefed media on the revised trade deal on Monday. The new and extended trade barriers imposed by the administration mark a departure from past trade agreements . The deal also maintains a 25 percent tariff on pickup trucks slated to expire by 2021, which would have meant the United States losing pickup truck production to other countries, the official said.
  • Utah trooper hit from behind by runaway car

    Utah trooper hit from behind by runaway car

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    From the footage, it seems that the driver of the black sedan had trouble keeping the auto under control. "I'm truly grateful to be sitting here talking to you", said Brenchley, two days after the hard-to-watch incident. This is the 11th trooper hit on Utah roads so far in 2018; previous year, 10 troopers were hit. Gov. Gary Herbert posted a photo on Twitter of him calling Brenchley Monday.
  • Fire service 2 hours late to Manchester bombing scene, report finds

    Fire service 2 hours late to Manchester bombing scene, report finds

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    When they eventually were, one witness noted the "immense frustration" on the firefighters' faces. But now that it's been a few months since the bombing - nearly a year, in fact - the government and the powers that be have had a chance to really assess and evaluate the emergency services' response on that fateful night last May, and reflect on possible ways to improve that response in case something else like this, God forbid, happens in the future.
  • Cambridge Analytica staff 'get hurt', says whistleblower Christopher Wylie

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    India's so big that one state can be as big as Britain", Wylie was seen saying while deposing before the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee in London. He said: "Very shortly after that meeting, they then engage AIQ", adding that his speculation was that the company was chosen because it would have "looked odd" if both Vote Leave and the separate Leave.eu Brexit campaign were both working with CA.
  • Harden scores 10 in OT to lift Rockets over Pistons

    Harden scores 10 in OT to lift Rockets over Pistons

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    He put Houston up with a basket early in the period before making it 93-90 on a three-point play after a basket by Andre Drummond. Thaddeus Young had 22 points, nine rebounds and five steals, and Bojan Bogdanovic added 18 points and eight rebounds for IN, which secured its seventh appearance IN the postseason IN the last eight seasons.
  • Financials and materials weigh on Toronto stocks, USA markets mixed

    Financials and materials weigh on Toronto stocks, USA markets mixed

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    All three major USA indexes ended up more than 2 per cent yesterday following reports that the United States and China were willing to renegotiate tariffs and trade imbalances. Global stock markets rose sharply Thursday as investors grew increasingly confident that a trade war between the USA and China would be averted. US stock markets are coming off their worst week in more than two years.
  • Egyptians vote in presidential election

    Egyptians vote in presidential election

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    There are 13,687 polling stations across Egypt. At a polling station in Fayoum, a bastion of Islamist support 100 km (60 miles) south of Cairo, an election official put the turnout at 25 percent, only to be quickly corrected by an army officer who said "over 50".
  • No, Parkland Student Emma González Did Not Rip Up the US Constitution

    No, Parkland Student Emma González Did Not Rip Up the US Constitution

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    Emma Gonzalez , the 18-year-old Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student, delivered a moving speech to thousands of people during the March for Our Lives rally in Washington DC. Constitution were being circulated by self-professed NRA supporters. On Sunday, the magazine's executive editor Samhita Mukhopadhyay took to Twitter to say the image had been doctored.
  • Dozens dead in Russian Federation shopping center fire

    Dozens dead in Russian Federation shopping center fire

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    In addition, the fire could be caused by the unsatisfactory condition of the fire-fighting system inside the building, in particular, that of sensors and evacuation ladders. "But someone immediately helped him get back on his feet", she wrote. An additional 43 people were injured in the blaze, the report said. Indias Ambassador to Russia Pankaj Saran said in a tweet: "Deepest condolences on tragic loss of lives in fire in Keremovo mall in Siberia".
  • Serbs Walk Out Of Kosovo Government, Block Road In North

    Serbs Walk Out Of Kosovo Government, Block Road In North

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    Before he addressed reporters today, Djuric, his arms in bandages, attended a meeting with representatives of the Serb List, along with President Aleksandar Vucic . Kosovo Serbs consider Vucic their leader and do not recognise Kosovo's independence. Djuric, who has since been released and expelled from the country, said he was beaten while in detention and that his arrest was aimed at humiliating Serbs in Kosovo.
  • White House probing huge loans to Kushner's family firm

    White House probing huge loans to Kushner's family firm

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    The head of the government's ethics agency had told a Democratic House member that White House lawyers had acknowledged they "had already begun the process" of looking into possible ethics and legal issues spawned by the loans. An Apollo spokesman previously told The Associated Press that Harris "never discussed with Jared Kushner a loan, investment, or any other business arrangement or regulatory matter involving Apollo".
  • Abe's popularity slides following land sale scandal

    Abe's popularity slides following land sale scandal

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    Former head of the National Tax Agency Nobuhisa Sagawa (C L) appears as a sworn witness in the Diet, Japan's bicameral legislature, in Tokyo , Japan, March 27, 2018. The land was to have been used for a new elementary school and Abe's wife, Akie, was to have served as honorary principal. "The whole issue will become clear through the internal Finance Ministry probe and the ongoing criminal investigation".