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The interpretation is that GEO's business generates a higher return on investment than CAR's . The firm will look to it's next scheduled report date to try to improve on these numbers. The Low Revenue estimate is $114.05 Million, while High Revenue estimate is $120.93 Million. The M-Score, conceived by accounting professor Messod Beneish, is a model for detecting whether a company has manipulated their earnings numbers or not.
  • IMD issues thunderstorm warning in WB, Odisha, Bihar, UP for today

    IMD issues thunderstorm warning in WB, Odisha, Bihar, UP for today

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    Numerous deaths occurred as a result of falling debris and collapsing walls. Shivam Lohia, who owns a resort hotel in Rajasthan, told AFP that his auto was nearly blown away in the storm. It also killed scores of cattle and buffalo. According to preliminary reports, 31 people died in Rajasthan. Dust storm/thunderstorm in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.
  • Paris orders 2000 police on the streets for Macron protests

    Paris orders 2000 police on the streets for Macron protests

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    Thousands of people have taken to the streets on Saturday, with residents planning to join mass protests against President Macron's policies and authorities taking measures to quell the crowds to avert violence on the streets - the manifestations are going under the slogan "Let's make a holiday for Macron", ("Fête à Macron") on the anniversary of the president's election.
  • British PM hails 'strong' election, while Labor Party falls short

    British PM hails 'strong' election, while Labor Party falls short

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    The BBC's projection suggests that if the result was repeated at a general election there would be another hung parliament with Labour on 283 seats in the Commons compared to the Conservatives' 280. "In both Westminster and Wandsworth , Labour did better-in seats-than at any election since 1986". He added: "We haven't gone forward and if we are looking to form an election-winning majority, we can not be confident of that happening based on the results yesterday".
  • Israel withdrew its candidacy for membership in the United Nations security Council

    Israel withdrew its candidacy for membership in the United Nations security Council

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    Friday's withdrawal by Israel almost ensures Germany and Belgium victory within the June eight election and seats on the council. The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has released a statement rejoicing the Israeli withdrawal. "This includes the Security Council as well as an emphasis on areas related to development and innovation", the statement concluded. "There are only numerous countries that support Israel's racist policy".
  • John McCain, in new book, scolds Trump for undermining U.S. values

    John McCain, in new book, scolds Trump for undermining U.S. values

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    However his positions on policies like the proposed repeal-and-replace of Obamacare, to which he voted against, has made him somewhat of a controversial figure within his own party. In one excerpt, McCain said that he's "not sure what to make of President Trump's convictions". "I listened quietly as he asked me to reconsider".
  • Comey Advisers James Baker And Lisa Page Resign From FBI

    Comey Advisers James Baker And Lisa Page Resign From FBI

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    Meanwhile, Lisa Page , who became a target of backlash after it was revealed she exchanged anti-Trump text messages with a colleague at the bureau, is also resigning from her position at the FBI. Strzok was removed from Mueller's team in August, following revelations that Strzok and Page were romantically involved and exchanged politically charged texts.
  • Trump Faces Backlash From Critics Over London Hospital 'War Zone' Claim

    Trump Faces Backlash From Critics Over London Hospital 'War Zone' Claim

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    Trump threw his support behind the NRA , which has come under scrutiny amid an ongoing push from gun reform advocates for further restrictions on firearms. Trump is due to visit the United Kingdom on July 13, after previously cancelling a trip amid calls for mass protests on the streets of Britain. "Gunshot wounds are at least twice as lethal as knife injuries and more hard to fix".
  • Moon to visit Washington ahead of Trump-Kim meeting

    Moon to visit Washington ahead of Trump-Kim meeting

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    But troops are not on the table. "You know, we have 32,000 troops there". A full withdrawal of USA troops was unlikely, the Times said, citing officials. Earlier this week, Trump expressed a preference for holding the "big event" with Kim in the demilitarized zone or DMZ between the two Koreas, where Moon and Kim met.
  • Anti-Putin protests held across Russian Federation ahead of inauguration ceremony

    Anti-Putin protests held across Russian Federation ahead of inauguration ceremony

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    Video showed police carrying a struggling Navalny, who is Putin's most prominent foe, out of capital's Pushkin Square, carrying him by the legs and arms. Russian President Vladimir Putin has wished success to the national squad in the forthcoming FIFA World Cup matches and expressed the hope that all players will display remarkable willpower and determination to fight to the bitter end.
  • President Trump's Top Lawyer Ty Cobb Out as Russia Investigation Heats Up

    President Trump's Top Lawyer Ty Cobb Out as Russia Investigation Heats Up

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    Removing U.S. troops from South Korea is "not really, not at this moment, certainly not" on the table as part of the denuclearization talks with North Korea, Trump said, denying a New York Times report. McGahn also views Flood as a top candidate to replace him should he decide to step down, the people added. Mr. Cobb feared that the special counsel was on the verge of issuing subpoenas demanding documents and testimony from White House aides, a move that could have locked the ...
  • Sanders faces new credibility questions after Rudy interview

    Sanders faces new credibility questions after Rudy interview

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    Last week, she had a ton of high-profile and highly publicized appearances, while hosting the president and first lady of France for the Trump White House's first state dinner. During Thursday's press briefing, Ryan pursued a combative line of questioning, accusing Sanders of being "blindsided" by comments Rudy Giuliani recently made on Fox News.
  • Severe t-storms possible today in Southern Tier

    Severe t-storms possible today in Southern Tier

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    The storm system was expected to move out of Oklahoma late Thursday, followed by sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-70s to mid-80s from Friday through Sunday . The storms Tuesday brought tornados across the Plains, photos and videos posted to social media show. Many of us remember May 3, 1999 and the tornado that ransacked Moore and surrounding communities that year.
  • SC, Centre trade blame for shortage of high court judges

    SC, Centre trade blame for shortage of high court judges

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    He also pointed to a recommendation of the collegium to appoint a judge in the Manipur High Court and specifying that he would continue to function in Gauhati High Court. For the members of an institution that prides itself on its independence from the political executive and has even gone so far as to strike down constitutional amendments that might potentially affect its independence, to see that independence getting undermined by the pusillanimity of one man must be morale crushing.
  • Best frenemies: Modi and Gowda take aim at a common foe

    Best frenemies: Modi and Gowda take aim at a common foe

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    The BJP manifesto for the Karnataka assembly polls promised allocation of Rs1.5 trillion for irrigation projects and waiver of farm loan up to Rs1 lakh borrowed from nationalised and cooperative banks. He also said that rural wages have suffered under Modi government and MGNREGA has been given step-motherly treatment. And the main players are the Congress and the BJP.