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  • Chelsea Clinton: I'm not the person to defeat Trump

    Chelsea Clinton: I'm not the person to defeat Trump

    President Clinton? For now, Chelsea Clinton says her only plan is to burnish her profile as an author of children's books. Chelsea Clinton speaks during the Hillary Clinton "Get Out The Vote" campaign rally at Independence Hall on November 7, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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  • Babies cry more in Canada, Britain and Italy

    Babies cry more in Canada, Britain and Italy

    Professor Dieter Wolke in University of Warwick's Department of Psychology did a meta-analysis of studies involving nearly 8700 infants from different cultures and calculated the average of how long babies fuss and cry in 24 hours in their first 12 weeks.

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  • Fire breaks out at large complex in Dubai, no casualties

    Fire breaks out at large complex in Dubai, no casualties

    Several tall buildings, including residential compounds and hotels, have been hit by fire in Dubai over the past two years or so. It said there were no injuries reported. The blaze broke out around 5:30 am near Dubai Mall, wpart of the well-known Burj Khalifa complex. The developer declined to immediately comment. Authorities had cordoned off nearby roads, but the thick black smoke could be seen from miles away.

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  • Introspect Punjab polls result, unfair to blame EVMs: EC to AAP

    Introspect Punjab polls result, unfair to blame EVMs: EC to AAP

    AAP said, "EC has completely failed in its duty to protect the EVMs and the integrity of the election process and therefore failed in fulfilling its constitutional obligation of conducting free and fair elections". The slip drops in a box but the voter can not take it home. It said the Supreme Court had never cast any aspersion or expressed any doubt that election process is interdicted/ rigged by use of EVMs.

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  • Kashmiris have to choose between tourism and terrorism: PM Narendra Modi

    Kashmiris have to choose between tourism and terrorism: PM Narendra Modi

    He informed that during the year 2016-17, Rs 1019 crore have been sanctioned for 72 projects in Jammu & Kashmir. It is a bi-directional tunnel and would save Rs 27 lakh fuel per day. It's an all-weather tunnel that said to ensure safe passage on a route that often sees heavy traffic jams and disruptions due to landslides, snow, sharp curves, the breakdown of vehicles and accidents.

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  • Sindhu conquers Marin to bag maiden India Open title

    Sindhu conquers Marin to bag maiden India Open title

    Her exploits included the China Open Superseries Premier and the Syed Modi International titles, besides reaching the Hong Kong Open final as well as the semi-finals of the World Superseries Finals. "From there she lead 11-6 and I tried, but she maintained the lead and finished it off", Sindhu said. The final will be a cracker, I bet. I have won big tournaments early in the season.

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  • Israeli police kill Palestinian who stabbed three in Jerusalem

    Some 2,000 people shouting " Jews and Arabs are not enemies " and " No to a government of annexation " marched from west Jerusalem to the Old City's Jaffa Gate. The recent Israeli Cabinet's endorsement of yet another plan to build a new settlement in the West Bank, for the objective of which it confiscated some 977 dunums of Palestinian land, was condemned by the government on Saturday as a "blatant violation" of the rights of the Palestinian people, especially the right to establish their ...

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  • Amber Alert victim and suspect last seen in Oklahoma City, TBI says

    Amber Alert victim and suspect last seen in Oklahoma City, TBI says

    The agency's request was made as a precaution only, and there have been no sightings south of the USA border of either Elizabeth Thomas or her 50-year-old teacher, Tad Cummins. Sources close to the investigation told WMC Action News 5's Jerry Askin that two people who were in the van were believed to have boarded a MATA bus.

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  • Hillary Clinton Is Out Of The Woods, Alright

    Hillary Clinton Is Out Of The Woods, Alright

    Grassley said he was only able to confirm Clinton's top-secret access after Obama left the presidency. In February, more than 120 retired generals and admirals signed a letter urging Congress to block the State Department and USAID reductions, saying the agencies help save the military from fighting wars.

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  • Merkel party wins German state election

    Merkel party wins German state election

    Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) saw off a challenge from the Social Democrats (SPD) and won nearly 41 per cent of the vote. The result spelt a five-point boost for the CDU over the SPD, which has served as the unhappy junior partner to the conservatives in so-called grand coalitions at both the state and national levels.

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  • UN chief presses Iraq's leaders to reconcile once Mosul won

    The United Nations Secretary-General has arrived in Iraq amid a growing humanitarian crisis due to months-long fighting against the Daesh group in Mosul. At least 15 people have been killed in a suicide vehicle bomb attack on a police checkpoint in Iraq's capital Baghdad, officials say. The U.S.is investigating reports of about 100 civilians being killed in a building collapse in Mosul that occurred the same time U.S.

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  • Two White House officials played role in giving Devin Nunes intel reports

    Two White House officials played role in giving Devin Nunes intel reports

    Nunes delivered the letter to the top Democrat on the investigation, Rep. Adam Schiff, but Schiff refused to sign the invite, saying he wanted to hold the public hearing they agreed on, according to sources familiar with the matter. "A letter was transmitted just recently to the ranking member and chairman of the House and Senate intelligence committees that said in the ordinary course of business, national security staff discovered documents that we believe are in response to your March 15, ...

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  • Westminster attacker named, he was not under investigation

    He moved around a lot during his 52 years and had recently been living in the West Midlands, in central England. Police have carried out more than dozen searches, seizing 2,700 items including " massive amounts of computer data " and were attempting to work out whether others had "encouraged, supported or directed" Mr hadMasood.

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  • Centrist European leaders celebrate Dutch election result

    Centrist European leaders celebrate Dutch election result

    The prospect of Geert Wilders' Freedom Party gaining power in the Netherlands may have seen the country leave the European Union, euro, and increase restrictions on immigration - all which could have had an adverse effect on the market. Both France and Germany have elections this year in which far-right candidates and parties hope to win . Far-right populism was beaten back...but the center didn't hold.

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  • Anxious about companies spying on your browsing? Here's what you can do

    Anxious about companies spying on your browsing? Here's what you can do

    ISPs had spent months arguing that the privacy protections would "hamper innovation" and would somehow "confuse" consumers. As anyone who has ever tried to stop getting targeted ads on the internet knows, opting out is hard. "When you browse the internet, data goes to the server, which passes it securely back to you". Enter the new broadband privacy rules , which were crafted past year by the FCC, and simply required that ISPs clearly disclose what personal data is collected, who it's sold ...

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  • Klobuchar, Others Urge USA Hockey To Resolve Dispute With Women's Team

    The U.S. team has said it plans to boycott the worlds over a wage dispute with USA Hockey, which confirmed Thursday it would begin reaching out to potential replacement players. Hockey come to an amenable conclusion. Women players commit to a fulltime schedule of training and competition, but are paid only $6,000 every four years, and are often expected to purchase their own equipment.

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