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If the Trump-Putin meeting comes about, it would come as investigations in Washington over alleged Russian meddling in the presidential election and possible collusion by the Trump campaign yielded its first indictments. Trump is expected to attend multiple economic gatherings and worldwide summits during his visit and the White House announced in October that Trump will meet with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.
  • KY Senator reportedly attacked in his home

    KY Senator reportedly attacked in his home

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    Friday. It's not clear what injury Paul suffered. Paul inside his home, causing minor injury, according to WBKO.com . The release also indicated that Paul sustained minor injuries. A spokeswoman for Paul's office told the newspaper the junior senator was "blindsided". A court date has not yet been set for Boucher, according to booking records.
  • PV Sindhu slams IndiGo over 'bad experience'

    PV Sindhu slams IndiGo over 'bad experience'

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    When the air hostess Miss Ashima tried to advise him to behave properly with her (passenger) and also Sindhu tries to explain what happened at the airport. According to media reports, the airline has tried to reach out to Sindhu to clarify the issue. IndiGo, however, has rebuffed Sindhu's claims, saying, the ground operations remained calm with her throughout and were carrying out their duty in the best interest of a safe and reliable operation.
  • Saudi Arabia intercepts missile fired at airport

    Saudi Arabia intercepts missile fired at airport

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    Dozens of others were injured in the attack that demolished a budget hotel and reduced market stalls nearby to heaps of metal. Saudi Arabia said the Houthi rebels, who belong to the Zaidi branch of Islam, are backed by Iran . Saudi Arabia has strongly condemned United Nations financing of 14 million dollars to the Yemeni Education Ministry, now managed by Houthi militias, according to Saudi broadcaster Al Arabiya .
  • Former NFL player suspected in wife's death

    Former NFL player suspected in wife's death

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    This comes as charges were filed against McClanahan for allegedly kidnapping his own 8-year-old son from school last month. Keri McClanahan has a 9-year-old daughter an 7-year-old son, neither related to Anthony McClanahan, Gauf said. Authorities say the 46-year-old took his eight-year-old son from an Arizona school on October 3 without the mother's permission, then travelled through Nevada and Utah.
  • Ocera Therapeutics (OCRX): Stock to Follow

    Ocera Therapeutics (OCRX): Stock to Follow

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    Perceptive Advisors Ltd Liability Corp reported 2.04 million shares. Do you think the proposed buyout is fair? On the other hand the company has Relative Strength Index (RSI 14) of 83.35 along with Average True Range (ATR 14) of 0.12, Consequently Ocera Therapeutics (NASDAQ: OCRX)'s weekly and monthly volatility is 5.87%, 6.00% respectively.
  • Racial posters target Asian-American candidates in local polls

    Racial posters target Asian-American candidates in local polls

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    Mimicking President Trump's campaign slogan, the postcard also declares " Make Edison Great Again " and "Chinese school!" Edison Township has a large Asian-American community, many of them Chinese and Indian immigrants. "When our naysayers go low, we will go high and double our efforts to build a better future together", Shi and Patel told the Daily Dot. "We will continue to focus on our campaign and work for the students and taxpayers of this town that we love", they added, with a touch of ...
  • 4 dead, several injured as boiler explodes at NTPC plant in UP

    4 dead, several injured as boiler explodes at NTPC plant in UP

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    Several political leaders visited the site, including Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who cut short his election campaigning in Gujarat. His office tweeted, "Labourers have said that the accident took place due to negligence and that there should be a judicial probe into the accident ".
  • Thousands of Iranians protest against Trump

    Thousands of Iranians protest against Trump

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    This year's anniversary was commemorated under cloudy, polluted skies in Tehran , where elderly enthusiasts of Iran's theocracy took to the streets despite air quality that made it hard for many to take deep breaths. A statement read out at today's protest said Iranians "see the criminal America as their main enemy and condemn the denigrating remarks of the hated U.S.
  • Former Presidents Bush reveal in new book they didn't vote for Trump

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    Bush calling Trump a "blowhard". "I don't like him", the elder Bush told author Mark K. Updegrove in May 2016. "And I'm not too excited about him being a leader". Bush and George H.W. Bush joined with Presidents Carter, Clinton and Obama to raise over $31 million for hurricane relief. "George Bush grew up thinking about the greater good".
  • Lock them up: How President Trump wades into justice cases

    Lock them up: How President Trump wades into justice cases

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    Trump said. "It's very discouraging to me". Special counsel Robert Mueller into the Trump administration's alleged collision with Russian Federation has resulted in more than just a few juicy indictments; it's led to a full-on counterattack by Donald Trump , who is revisiting the alleged dishonesty of Hillary Clinton that served as the cornerstone of his 2016 campaign.
  • Tories suspend MP Charlie Elphicke over serious allegations referred to police

    Tories suspend MP Charlie Elphicke over serious allegations referred to police

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    The MP, 46, was a Government whip under former prime minister David Cameron between 2015-16. Elphicke said on Twitter that he denies any wrongdoing. The action was taken against lawmaker Charlie Elphicke "following serious allegations that have been referred to the police", announced chief whip Julian Smith, who enforces Conservative party discipline in Parliament.
  • Hundreds of Marine Corps recruits sickened by E. coli outbreak

    Hundreds of Marine Corps recruits sickened by E. coli outbreak

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    Gen. William Jurney told The San Diego Union-Tribune in a statement, adding: "our immediate focus is identifying, isolating and treating recruits who present symptoms". "It's anticipated that they'll get to training but we're not sure when that will happen", said depot spokesman Steven H. Posy. An investigation is underway to determine the source of the E.
  • PM Narendra Modi calls Congress 'termites', asks Himachal to finish the party

    PM Narendra Modi calls Congress 'termites', asks Himachal to finish the party

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    Addressinng an election meeting in Chambi in Shahpur assembly constituency in Kangra district, Modi said the Congress' mindset was as harmful to Indian democracy as a termite "is to the wood it comes in contact with it". "People who were habitual looters and have had to return their loot today won't let me be at peace". Modi said he and Dhumal, who is the party's chief ministerial candidate, would take the state to new heights of development, adding that its infrastructure and tourism ...
  • Lebanese PM resigns, rejecting

    Lebanese PM resigns, rejecting "Iran's over-extension"

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    Hariri slammed Iran's "grip" on the country and said Iran "and its affiliates" in the region will "not prevail". "I declare my resignation from the premiership of the Lebanese government, with the certainty that the will of the Lebanese is strong", Hariri said.
  • Russian Federation denied entry to the country dozens of Canadians

    Russian Federation denied entry to the country dozens of Canadians

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    Kirill Kalinin, a spokesman for the Russian diplomatic mission in Ottawa, told the official TASS news agency late on Friday retaliatory actions against Canadians had already been set in motion. "Canada is determined to protect human rights and combat corruption worldwide", the country's foreign minister, Chrystia Freeland said in connection with the sanctions.
  • Bihar Stampede: Four killed several inured during Katik Purnima Puja

    Bihar Stampede: Four killed several inured during Katik Purnima Puja

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    Sadar Deputy Superintendent of Police Mithilesh Kumar said the incident occurred in a narrow lane next to the ghat, almost 100 km from the state capital, where people had gathered in large numbers on the occasion of Karthik Purnima. The stampede was caused by some rumours, said the district police officials. Kartik Purnima is an auspicious day for Hindus and celebrated on the 15th lunar day in the month of Kartik (according to Hindu calendar) with much gusto in several parts of India.