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Spain charged top Catalan separatists over October's independence referendum. A spokesman at the Neumuenster prison where Puigdemont has been held since March 25 said he would not be released before Friday morning. "[Puigdemont] always said that he had full confidence in the German judiciary", his Barcelona-based lawyer Jaime Alonso-Cuevillas tweeted. "The government is sure that Spain's justice system will take the appropriate measures given these new circumstances, to ensure respect ...
  • Congress always ready to do politics in Ambedkar's name: Modi

    Congress always ready to do politics in Ambedkar's name: Modi

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    Even as the Centre filed a review petition in the top court, the outrage over the ruling engulfed numerous parts of the country , claiming at least 11 lives. The 26, Alipur Road house where Ambedkar died would be dedicated to the nation on 13 April on the eve of his birth anniversary, PTI reported. "Everyone rushes to do politics in the name of Ambedkar but the works decided upon by the Atal government were never completed".
  • Grains Rebound Following Kudlow's Comments on Trade

    Grains Rebound Following Kudlow's Comments on Trade

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    Kudlow's remarks come shortly after China announced it plans to implement retaliatory tariffs on $50 billion worth of USA goods after President Trump announced last month that he planned to slap tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods.
  • Trump promises 'strong action' on immigration

    Trump promises 'strong action' on immigration

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    The president did not detail what that action would be. "We're going to be doing things militarily". The Trump administration was working with the governors of the four southwestern US states along the border to deploy the Guard, said Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, adding that the troops would not be involved in law enforcement.
  • Trump hails Mexico's 'strong immigration laws' for stopping migrant caravan

    Trump hails Mexico's 'strong immigration laws' for stopping migrant caravan

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    Trump has made the migrant caravan a central theme in tweets . Better to stop illegal arms trafficking from the United States to Mexico, Meade tweeted. Migration officials on Wednesday continued to register names and issue permits to some migrants that give them 20 days to leave Mexico - a far shorter period than the caravan has taken to reach the US border in previous years, organizers said.
  • EC supports 'one candidate, one seat' proposal

    EC supports 'one candidate, one seat' proposal

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    Reacting to the Public Interest Litigation filed by the BJP leader and senior advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay seeking scrap of the section 33 (7) of the Representation of People's Act . The ECI had also said that there was no proposal moved by it in the list of current pending proposals to prohibit independent candidates from contesting elections.
  • Yemen targets Aramco storage tanks in Saudi Arabia's Jizan

    Yemen targets Aramco storage tanks in Saudi Arabia's Jizan

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    According to a report from Deutsche Welle, the Saudi oil tanker sustained damage but was able to continue its journey escorted by a warship affiliated with the alliance. Tensions have risen in recent days, after the Houthis launched a series of missile strikes on Saudi Arabia which, the coalition said, were intercepted.
  • Anti-graft bill not passed by Lok Sabha: Venkaiah Naidu corrects records

    Anti-graft bill not passed by Lok Sabha: Venkaiah Naidu corrects records

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    News agency ANI tweeted in the evening a picture of TDP MPs continuing their protests in the Rajya Sabha even after it had been adjourned. The House reconvenes and protests continue. only if they (Congress) support, we will get the (requisite) numbers", he said. "Please understand that the entire country is agitated with what is happening in the House", the Chairman had said.
  • Four killed in Turkish university shooting

    Four killed in Turkish university shooting

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    An Anadolu reporter told broadcaster CNN Turk the gunman had surrendered and did not try to escape. Gonen said the assailant entered the university's education faculty with a gun and shot the four university staff members. "Who will pay the price for protecting him now?" "Three prosecutors have been assigned to investigate the incident", Cakacak said in a televised statement, adding more details will be released upon the completion of the investigation.
  • Philippines To Close Boracay Island For Six Months

    Philippines To Close Boracay Island For Six Months

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    Cebu Pacific, the dominant domestic carrier, said it cancelled 14 daily round-trip flights to Caticlan and Kalibo, Boracay's two main gateways, from April 26 to October 25, while Philippine Airlines said it would scale down services to the airports and add flights to other destinations.
  • Pyongyang rights record likely to be off table at Korean summit - Seoul

    Pyongyang rights record likely to be off table at Korean summit - Seoul

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    South Korea is seeking a clear declaration of North Korea's plan to denuclearize when the two sides hold an historic summit this month, according to Seoul's presidential office Tuesday. The Seoul official quoted by Yonhap said the scheduled inter-Korean talks "will directly affect the North-U.S. summit". There has been a pressing need for the denuclearisation of North Korea by Japan, the US, China and South Korea.
  • USA to support Baltic states

    USA to support Baltic states

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    Mr. Trump, who has invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to the White House, also said it would be great if the USA had a good relationship with Russia - but he doesn't know if that's possible. "We want to be able, if possible, ideally, we would like to get along with Russian Federation maybe we will, maybe we won't". But the public mood changed after Trump made a decision to provide anti-tank missiles to Ukraine to defend against Russia-backed separatists and to boost funding for U.S.
  • Cold, snow were bad for April, but not record bad

    Cold, snow were bad for April, but not record bad

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    It will produce a good chance of snow and there could be an inch or so accumulation in some spots. "Then you see this, and you get sort of depressed and say 'winter is still here'". BBC weather presenter Helen Willetts warned: "Certainly some hail and thunder [can be expected] and it is certainly cold enough across Scotland for some further snow to fall from those showers or indeed those longer spells of rain turning to snow over the hills".
  • Shutdown strike affects normal life in TN

    Shutdown strike affects normal life in TN

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    DMK working president MK Stalin led the protest from the front by sitting on dharna at the EVR statue on Anna Salai. DMK has accused the centre government for not taking the issue seriously and delaying the setting up of CMB. Road transport between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu has also been severely hit as government and private bus operators have chose to stay off the road on Thursday.
  • Rudy Giuliani's wife files for divorce

    Rudy Giuliani's wife files for divorce

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    The American lawyer gave Page Six an exclusive statement about their separation and confirmed that he and Judith would like things to be as cordial as possible. The end of their relationship marks both parties' third failed marriage. Neither the couple nor their representatives could be reached for immediate comment.