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But organisers will have plans in place whatever the weather to help runners feel comfortable (well, as comfortable as you can when running a 26.2 mile race) - which will likely involve stocking up on more water than usual on the day. "That's what it will take for me to medal in Tokyo". c2c's Delivery Director Joel Mitchell, who is one of several c2c employees running in the Marathon this Sunday, said: "I can honestly say I know what a massive event the Marathon is for everyone who's ...
  • Comey labels Trump 'unfit' to hold office

    Comey labels Trump 'unfit' to hold office

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    The interview comes ahead of the release of his tell-all book " A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership " on Tuesday. "I think he's morally unfit to be president ". "Slimeball! " That argument was startling given that Comey's handling of the email investigation, including his disclosure shortly before the election that the FBI had reopened its probe, enraged Democrats.
  • Allen Capital Group LLC Acquires New Stake in Bank of America (BAC)

    Allen Capital Group LLC Acquires New Stake in Bank of America (BAC)

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    The institutional investor held 393,644 shares of the real estate investment trusts company at the end of 2017Q4, valued at $43.70M, up from 180,100 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Patten Patten Tn accumulated 252,113 shares. Shares for $243,573 were sold by SHIH WILLY C . Investec Asset Management Ltd who had been investing in Scorpio Tankers Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $792.60M market cap company.
  • United States airlines' rights to fly over Russian Federation expire

    United States airlines' rights to fly over Russian Federation expire

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    The U.S. State Department met with U.S. carriers ahead of a deadline later on Tuesday to extend an agreement with Russian Federation that would allow for continued overflights by U.S. A Russian transportation source said that did not mean the flights would be stopped. USA officials are so far declining to link Russia's decision to cancel the talks with tensions over President Vladimir Putin's support for Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad and recent US-led airstrikes against Assad's chemical ...
  • Hamas says ready to reach prisoner swap deal with Israel

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    On April 17, each year, Palestinians mark Palestinian Prisoner Day, which commemorates the release of the first Palestinian to be captured by Israel following the 1967 war, Mahmoud Bakr Hijazi, on April 17, 1971. Ayoob essentially endorses all this and argues that Palestinians should reject the two-state solution in favour of using the "right of return" to bring about the dissolution of Israel into "a bi-national and multi-religious state".
  • Over 95 Percent Of The World Is Breathing Unsafe Air

    Over 95 Percent Of The World Is Breathing Unsafe Air

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    More than 95 per cent of the world's population is breathing unhealthy air, with India and China jointly contributing to over 50 per cent of global deaths attributed to pollution, a new report has found. During the year 2016, about 2.5 billion people were exposed to the air pollution from solid fuel burning. Most live in low- and middle-income countries in Asia and Africa, and face a double burden: exposure to both indoor and outdoor air pollution.
  • Central Intelligence Agency chief makes secret trip to North Korea

    Central Intelligence Agency chief makes secret trip to North Korea

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    Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper in 2014 traveled to North Korea while Kim Jong-un was leader, but no sitting US official has met Kim Jong-un since he became the leader of North Korea in December 2011. "Let's leave it a little bit short of that", Trump said later, adding, "We have had talks at the highest level". This time around, Kim has reportedly assured the US and South Korea he is willing to discuss denuclearisation, which Trump had insisted upon as a condition for ...
  • PM Jacinda Ardern seeking advice from GCSB on cyberattacks

    PM Jacinda Ardern seeking advice from GCSB on cyberattacks

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    Positive signs that Germany wants to forge a closer relationship with New Zealand. "What our farmers won't understand is that we negotiate with nations who don't have the same health or environmental standards", he said. Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's Prime Minister and leader of the Labor Party, has been an advocate for a lower rate of immigration, suggesting shrinking net migrant arrivals by up to 30,000 annually, at the same time, she, however, has been pressing for increasing the intake ...
  • AP EAMCET 2018 hall ticket to release soon, exams from April 22

    AP EAMCET 2018 hall ticket to release soon, exams from April 22

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    The exams would be held from April 22 to 26, 2018, and candidates can download the hall tickets till April 22. The preliminary key (engineering) will be declared on April 25 and for agriculture courses will be out on April 26. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada is going to conduct the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada for Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) this year in 2018.
  • Macron says he is 'the equal' to Russia's Putin

    Macron says he is 'the equal' to Russia's Putin

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    Hinting at the popularity of Eurosceptic parties, he said: 'There seems to be a European civil war, national selfishness and negativism seems to take precedence over what brings us together. What are we going to say, our rights and principles just for us? "These strikes will resolve nothing but they will end a system to which we are becoming used to, which is that, somehow, the right side has become the weak side", Macron said.
  • United States revisits TPP participation

    United States revisits TPP participation

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    President donald-trump tweeted against the U.S. after asking trade officers to reexamine re-joining that the transpacific Partnership. He added that an exception for Japan on steel and aluminum tariffs that Trump recently announced would be "on the table" during the summit with Abe.
  • Iran Foils Terrorist Attack on Post near Pakistan Border

    Iran Foils Terrorist Attack on Post near Pakistan Border

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    The raid, however, was met with "strong resistance" by the guards deployed to the watchtower. The guards and terrorists exchanged gunfire for two hours. Rigi was executed after a few month court proceedings in Iran. On Monday, Iran's security forces said they had captured more weapons, ammunition and explosives being smuggled into the country through the border with Pakistan.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi Travels to Sweden for first India-Nordic Summit

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi Travels to Sweden for first India-Nordic Summit

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    Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, Finnish Premier Juha Sipila, Iceland Premier Katrin Jakobsdottir, Norwegian Premier Erna Solberg and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven were present in the Summit meeting. "Sweden has been partner of India in defence sector for a long time. Under the theme of "Living Bridge", I will also have the opportunity to meet people from various walks of life who have enriched the multi-faceted India-UK relationship" as quoted by DD news.
  • Russia says it found Syrian rebel chemical weapons

    Russia says it found Syrian rebel chemical weapons

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    The US is also preparing new sanctions against Syria's ally Russian Federation. They arrived in Damascus on Saturday. United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley speaks during a United Nations Security Council meeting on the Crisis in the Middle East at the UN headquarters in New York, US, April 17, 2018 .