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Global and Indian companies are participating in the Expo to demonstrate the various defence equipment. With a strong pitch for the Modi government " s "Make In India" programme, the latest edition of Defexpo 2018 opens on the outskirts of Chennai on Wednesday, bringing together a large number of exhibitors involved in manufacturing of military inventory items".
  • Cameroon officials search for eight missing athletes at Commonwealth Games

    Cameroon officials search for eight missing athletes at Commonwealth Games

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    A Cameroon official has said the eight athletes who vanished from the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games athletes' village may have been "seeking greener pastures". "We have no idea where they are". "There is no law in the country that says if you flee and you come back, you will be punished", he told SBS News, adding he didn't know the whereabouts of the missing competitors.
  • Taika Waititi accuses New Zealand of being racist

    Taika Waititi accuses New Zealand of being racist

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    In a wide-ranging exchange with Dazed and Confused magazine, the director of Thor Ragnarok , Hunt for the Wilderpeople , and Boy expressed love for his place of birth but qualified that by pointing to a strong vein of racism he says is directed toward Maori and Polynesian people.
  • U.S. lifts travel ban on Chad citizens -White House

    U.S. lifts travel ban on Chad citizens -White House

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    Last September , Chad was put on the list because of an office supply glitch that prevented it from supplying homeland security officials with recent samples of its passports. Trump announced today the lifting of travel restrictions for Chadian nationals following a period of review in which the Government of Chad improved their identity-management and information sharing practices.
  • US, Russia clash at UNSC over probing chemical attacks in Syria

    US, Russia clash at UNSC over probing chemical attacks in Syria

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    Trump tweeted on Wednesday that the USA will be launching missiles at targets in Syria in response to the suspected chemical attack in a rebel-held area that killed at least 40 people. Meanwhile, worldwide chemical weapons experts are expected to go to Douma to investigate a suspected poison gas attack . President Trump has threatened for days to strike Syria over an alleged gas attack in that country.
  • Did Not Use Indian Facebook Users' Data, Cambridge Analytica Tells Indian Govt

    Did Not Use Indian Facebook Users' Data, Cambridge Analytica Tells Indian Govt

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    Facebook came under scrutiny after it was revealed that Russian Federation bought ads on the site during the 2016 presidential campaign as part of its efforts to interfere in the election . Facebook notes this is similar to how the retractions of Zuckerberg's messages worked. Its own policies say the company "should publicly make available information about its goal, plans, policies, and operations".
  • Israel behind fatal strike on Syrian air base, says Russian Federation

    Israel behind fatal strike on Syrian air base, says Russian Federation

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    Earlier on Monday, the Downing Street said in a statement that the United Kingdom was "working with its allies to come up with a rapid and unified response to the apparent chemical weapons attack ". Moscow, an ally of the Syrian regime, said no Russians were wounded in the attack. " Russia will inevitably veto the U.S. resolution criticizing Assad, and Washington will use this to justify military strikes", he said.
  • National Guard arrives in Roma, Texas

    National Guard arrives in Roma, Texas

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    There is no end date for the deployment, Abbott said: "We may be in this for the long haul". Members of the Arizona National Guard listen to instructions on April 9 at the Papago Park Military Reservation in Phoenix. "If they call us to do it then it would be an honor to do it", Spader said. Arizona announced that they would send 225 on Monday and another 113 on Tuesday and New Mexico promised more than 80.
  • Trump cancels Latin America trip, cites U.S. response to Syria

    Trump cancels Latin America trip, cites U.S. response to Syria

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    Overnight it was reported that Washington plans to bring forward a vote in the United Nations today knowing it is likely to be vetoed by Syrian ally Russian Federation, which would then pave the way for a US-led intervention. Russian Federation vetoed a US-drafted resolution on setting up a panel to identify the perpetrators of toxic gas attacks after chemical weapons were allegedly used in the rebel-held town of Douma.
  • Haley says Russian Federation chose 'protecting a monster' over Syrian people

    Haley says Russian Federation chose 'protecting a monster' over Syrian people

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    Mrs May and Mr Trump had condemned Mr Assad's "vicious disregard for human life" and "agreed not to allow the use of chemical weapons to continue", the White House said. Warning that any military action against Syria's government could have " grave repercussions ", the Russian ambassador also accused US, France and Britain of "hawkish rhetoric" and "boorishness against my country", adding that their lack of a clear strategy for Syria was "appalling".
  • Cullen Frost Bankers Inc. Lowers Position in Chevron Co. (CVX)

    Cullen Frost Bankers Inc. Lowers Position in Chevron Co. (CVX)

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    Pacifica Capital Investments Llc who had been investing in Goldman Sachs Group Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $95.59 billion market cap company. EPS in next five years is expected to touch 51.20% while EPS growth in past 5 year was -22.30% along with sales growth of -10.20% in the last five years.
  • UN Security Council turns down compromise draft resolution on Syria

    UN Security Council turns down compromise draft resolution on Syria

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    Earlier yesterday, there was an attack carried out, apparently by Israel, against a Syrian air base used by Iranian-backed militias. SANA says the attack resulted in a number of casualties. Russian news agency RIA, citing a security source, said Jaish al-Islam rebels will leave Douma in two batches in the coming hours. The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel is unenthusiastic about Russia's proposal for the OPCW to visit Douma.
  • Kansas, NC State tied to FBI's college basketball probe

    Kansas, NC State tied to FBI's college basketball probe

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    The FBI's months-long investigation into corruption within college basketball has hit a new turn. According to the indictment, Jim Gatto and Merl Code conspired to funnel payments to the families of high school players in connection with the players' commitments to play at the schools, with the expectation that the players would later sign endorsement deals with Adidas upon turning professional.
  • Trump to skip South America summit to focus on Syria

    Trump to skip South America summit to focus on Syria

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    President Donald Trump said he'll decide within two days on US retaliation against Syria for a suspected chemical weapons attack by President Bashar al-Assad's regime over the weekend, and suggested Russian President Vladimir Putin may share responsibility.
  • Kansas lawmakers approve school funding bill

    Kansas lawmakers approve school funding bill

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    The House passed a plan to phase in a roughly $520 million increase over five years, and the Senate's figure is $274 million. Most Democrats within the Home voted in opposition to it. It is the state's largest teachers' union. Senate GOP leaders were critical of the plan. Conservative GOP Rep. Randy Garber, of Sabetha, argued that issues with public training stem from U.S.