• Trump May Reward Russia with Return of Seized Diplomatic Compounds
Trump May Reward Russia with Return of Seized Diplomatic Compounds

Trump does. In April, his administration offered to return ownership over the compounds in exchange for Russian Federation lifting its freeze on US construction of a new consulate in St. Sessions, who has previously failed to disclose meetings he held with Russian officials, has been asked to hand over additional information, including his schedule...

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  • Trump promises unfulfilled by House GOP health bill
Trump promises unfulfilled by House GOP health bill

The Senate GOP must forge a compromise bill that will not only make it out of the upper chamber, but gain enough support among the more conservative elements of the House to pass there. The chairwoman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) on Thursday warned that voters will reject GOP lawmakers if they don't fulfill their campaign promises.

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  • Decision on Paris deal 'very soon': Donald Trump
Decision on Paris deal 'very soon': Donald Trump

A spokesman for the American Petroleum Industry, which represents US oil and gas companies, said it had no position on the Paris agreement , but pointed out recent declines in USA carbon emissions to near 30-year lows - a trend driven by increased natural gas use replacing coal.

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  • Man found shot dead in auto in Dublin
Man found shot dead in auto in Dublin

It's understood that a weapon was found in the back seat. A man has died after he was found with gunshot wounds in a vehicle in an underground auto park in Dublin. Mick O'Toole, Crime Correspondent, is on Dorset Street, he says detectives know the victim. It is believed he may have been dead for some time when a council worker came across the s...

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  • Attack on BJD MP: Police says no complaint received
Attack on BJD MP: Police says no complaint received

However, Mahanga MLA and Health and Law Minister Pratap Jena, while regretting the assault on Panda, said the MP is responsible for the "resentment among people" for his persistent criticism of the functioning of the BJD though his media statements.

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  • China, EU to announce joint climate plans, support for Paris deal
China, EU to announce joint climate plans, support for Paris deal

Many economists have big doubts. Blumenthal said quitting the accord would hurt Connecticut's renewable energy industry. California's aggressive target for reducing emissions is among the most ambitious in the world. Asked whether he had been hearing from CEOs trying to persuade him, Trump said, "I'm hearing from a lot of people, both ways". Th...

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  • Shah Rukh Khan Escapes Unhurt in Fatal Accident on Film Set
Shah Rukh Khan Escapes Unhurt in Fatal Accident on Film Set

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has always been vulnerable to injuries during work. According to the Mumbai Mirror report, 'a prop ladder fell on the ceiling right beside where SRK was sitting. We packed up early because it was an outdoor shoot and we were losing light, we made a decision to pack up early and resume shooting afresh the nex...

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  • Kapil Mishra 'attacked' by AAP MLAs in Delhi Assembly
Kapil Mishra 'attacked' by AAP MLAs in Delhi Assembly

The events took place during a special session of the assembly which was called to pass the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill. Kapil Mishra said, "Kejriwal is scared, they do not want me to speak in the assembly". While addressing Mishra said that Kejriwal and those close to him were involved in converting black money to white. Mishra claimed tha...

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  • Trump Slams NATO Allies Standing Feet Away for Not 'Paying…
Trump Slams NATO Allies Standing Feet Away for Not 'Paying…

Some of the allies - particularly Eastern European nations deeply anxious about Russian aggression - were hopeful that Trump would state a firm commitment to NATO's Article 5 mutual defense agreement, which underpins the entire alliance. "Two percent is the bare minimum for confronting today's very real and very vicious threats". German Chancel...

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  • UPSC 2016 results out, Karnataka's KR Nandini tops the exam
UPSC 2016 results out, Karnataka's KR Nandini tops the exam

She had cracked the 2014 civil services exam and was allotted the Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise). Singh said in the past few years it had been noticed that it was invariably the female candidates who were the toppers of the exam.

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  • Fiadh and Michael are city's most popular baby names
Fiadh and Michael are city's most popular baby names

Both make changes from the year before, when Conor and Ava topped the annual charts. Jack has been knocked into second place for the first time in 9 years with James now being the most popular boy's name. Different parts of the country appeared to have different favourites in 2016. Fiadh was the most popular in Galway city. Emily remains the most...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation arrests 19 accused NY mobsters linked to Lucchese family
Federal Bureau of Investigation arrests 19 accused NY mobsters linked to Lucchese family

Nineteen known Mafia members, including leaders of a New York City crime family, were arrested by federal agents and charged with a slew of crimes including murder on Wednesday, officials said. The group was suspected of pulling off the notorious 1978 airport heist that inspired Martin Scorsese's 1990 Academy Award-winning film 'Goodfellas.' That...

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  • 'Sin City' TV Series In The Works; Creative Team Assembled
'Sin City' TV Series In The Works; Creative Team Assembled

TWC/Dimension has officially got the ball rolling, after drafting in Glen Mazzara ( The Walking Dead , The Omen ) to conjure up a story that will reportedly align itself more with the original graphic novels. Of course, Bob and Harvey Weinstein will also have a hand in production. According to Deadline , the rebooted Sin City is being d...

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  • Day after poor show, Bihar students protest against 'irrational' marking
Day after poor show, Bihar students protest against 'irrational' marking

Bihar Board HSC 12th Result has been declared on biharboard .ac.in official website. Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) has released the result for intermediate examination held in March. Past year 67.1 percent had passed. Reports of more suicides are coming in from the state, as well as protests by students who failed to clear the Class 12 ...

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  • Trump Reportedly Decides to Pull Out of Paris Climate Deal
Trump Reportedly Decides to Pull Out of Paris Climate Deal

The rumoured move comes against the advice of Mr Trump's Secretary of State's Rex Tillerson , who said America should keep a "seat at the table". In conversations with European leaders, western diplomats and aides during his first global trip, Trump indicated he was poised to honor his campaign commitments to either withdraw from the agreemen...

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  • Ohio attorney general sues 5 drugmakers over opiate crisis
Ohio attorney general sues 5 drugmakers over opiate crisis

Ohio's Attorney General, Mike DeWine , says drug manufacturers have made millions of dollars, selling these pain killers to doctors and customers, by deceiving doctors and without disclosing the addictive nature of the opioids. Medical examiners across the state have predicted even greater numbers of deaths in 2017. The head of Ohio's Democratic...

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  • Surgeon Ian Paterson jailed for needless breast operations
Surgeon Ian Paterson jailed for needless breast operations

Paterson, from Altrincham, Greater Manchester, was handed 15 years for each count of wounding with intent, and four years for each count of unlawful wounding - to run concurrently. A seven-week trial had heard how he lied to patients and exaggerated or invented the risk of cancer to convince them to go under the knife. The NHS has so far paid out...

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  • Shami key to India's Champions Trophy prospects: Irfan Pathan
Shami key to India's Champions Trophy prospects: Irfan Pathan

That it is played by the best one-day teams in the world means far fewer lopsided contests and with the qualification process introduced in 2009 it offers something that is far too often lacking in global cricket: context. The Aussies have an impressive group of pace bowlers and have excellent balance with the bat, thanks to the likes of Steven...

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  • Durham starts new West Nile surveillance season
Durham starts new West Nile surveillance season

There has been one confirmed and one probable human case of West Nile in Durham in 2015 and 2016 respectively. IL saw a total of 152 cases in humans in 2016, five of which resulted in death, according to the Centers for Disease Control. "Although we see West Nile virus in IL every year, it's still important to take precautions to protect yourself b...

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  • West Nile Virus once again is a concern for Erie County
West Nile Virus once again is a concern for Erie County

The Chief Medical Officer of SSM Health, Dr. Alexander Garza, says in 80 percent of the cases, West Nile does not cause any problems in those it infects. No human cases of West Nile have been reported thus far in 2017. Those who see a sick or dying crow, blue jay, robin or other perching bird should contact their county health department so the bir...

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  • Woman thought headed for Canada found dead in Minnesota
Woman thought headed for Canada found dead in Minnesota

Police added their investigation shows the woman was attempting to enter Canada when she died. The autopsy report Mavis Otuteye said that she had died due to hypothermia. Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says the federal government has failed by not trying to convince U.S. President Donald Trump to change his immigration policies.

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  • Ban on sale of loose cigarettes will help cut smoking in India
Ban on sale of loose cigarettes will help cut smoking in India

Along with 50 other firms with investments totalling $3.8tn, they have pledged "to openly support the tobacco control measures being taken by governments around the world". Despite the growing aversion of the big investors, many believe there is more growth to come. But this World No Tobacco Day , that can begin to change.

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  • 'Dog Flu' Spread at Canine Shows in Florida, Georgia
'Dog Flu' Spread at Canine Shows in Florida, Georgia

The dogs affected are being treated and all were reported to be in stable condition. The virus does not appear to affect humans, but is highly contagious in dogs, according Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services . The important thing to remember is that if you do believe your dog may be showing symptoms, do not bring them insi...

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  • Goldman under fire for buying Venezuela
Goldman under fire for buying Venezuela "hunger bonds"

Venezuelan officials could then raise about $5 billion to $6 billion by selling these bonds at a deep discount. Goldman Sachs's asset-management arm bought the securities, sold by Petroleos de Venezuela SA, through a broker and had no interaction with the government , the New York-based firm said in a statement.

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  • Performance plummets as only 57.9% students clear JAC class 10 exam
Performance plummets as only 57.9% students clear JAC class 10 exam

Just after the declaration of the JAC results 2017 candidates are advise to keep calm and visit the official website. The exams were held from February 18, 2017 to March 1, 2017. After entering the official website candidate need to fill the blank space with the required information including roll number, registration number, date of birth to check...

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  • Russian Federation probe: Subpoenas to get Flynn to talk
Russian Federation probe: Subpoenas to get Flynn to talk

Earlier this week, Flynn's lawyers said he would refuse separate Senate subpoenas for any records about his former business dealings with Russian Federation, citing his constitutional right to avoid self-incrimination . The committee also sent a letter to Flynn's lawyer on Tuesday, questioning the legal basis for Flynn's refusal to produce the s...

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  • West Nile Virus Confirmed in Metro East
West Nile Virus Confirmed in Metro East

Last year, the virus was first found in mosquitoes around the same time, on May 20, in Douglas County. Symptoms of the virus include fever, nausea, headache, rash, upset stomach and muscle aches. Past year 152 human West Nile virus cases were reported to the IDPH, with five people dying from the illness. So far in 2017, there have been no repor...

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  • Armstrong Shaw Associates INC Lifted Its Chevron Corp. (CVX) Holding
Armstrong Shaw Associates INC Lifted Its Chevron Corp. (CVX) Holding

It has underperformed by 10.02% the S&P500. Among 29 analysts covering Macy's Inc. Chevron Co. (NYSE:CVX)'s stock had its "buy" rating reaffirmed by research analysts at Bank of America Corp in a research report issued to clients and investors on Thursday, May 11th.

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  • India reports its first 3 cases of the Zika virus
India reports its first 3 cases of the Zika virus

Two more Zika cases from the same city were confirmed by government laboratories by February. The first locally-acquired case of the virus was reported in July of previous year. Even then, researchers had found that the virus exposure among Indians is not rare. 'The people who were diagnosed of the virus are now fit and have been cured.

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  • In UK vote, Brexit takes back seat to home issues, terror
In UK vote, Brexit takes back seat to home issues, terror

EB: So how much will it cost? Barnett: You don't know it? Jeremy Corbyn has apologised for repeatedly failing to provide the cost of Labour's key childcare policy during an interview to promote it and condemned a backlash from supporters against the line of questioning.

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  • NY Times rips Trump over 'embarrassing' North Atlantic Treaty Organisation speech
NY Times rips Trump over 'embarrassing' North Atlantic Treaty Organisation speech

Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, said the group's leaders "sometimes have very different views" on topics such as climate change and trade, "but our role as the EU is to do everything to maintain the unity of the G7 on all fronts".

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  • Ministry Of Women Affairs Receives Released Chibok Girls
Ministry Of Women Affairs Receives Released Chibok Girls

The girls were formerly in the DSS medical facility where they were subjected to medical tests. The Director Medical, DSS, Dr. Ann Okoroafor, handed the girls over to Alhassan after the second batch comprising the recently released 84 schoolgirls, were investigated and profiled.

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  • The Union congratulates new World Health Organization chief
The Union congratulates new World Health Organization chief

Nominated by the Ethiopian government, Tedros, as he is reportedly known as, will take charge in July, for a five-year term. Tedros won over cardiologist Sania Nishtar from Pakistan, and World Health Organization veteran David Nabarro from Britain, who led United Nations efforts during the West Africa Ebola outbreak in 2014.

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  • India civil aviation ministry to cooperate with federal investigator - minister
India civil aviation ministry to cooperate with federal investigator - minister

New Delhi-Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Tuesday said his ministry will fully cooperate with a CBI probe into alleged corruption and mismanagement that led to the financial crisis in the national carrier Air India . The FIRs mentioned an internal Air India report of 2000-01 which said the airline should only lease aircraft and n...

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  • India, Germany welcome efforts of high technology partnership group
India, Germany welcome efforts of high technology partnership group

The prime minister will be in Paris on June 2 and 3 where he will hold official talks with newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron with a view to further strengthening India-France strategic ties. Modi told the forum that economic collaboration between Germany and India was still "below full potential". "The world can't move forward wi...

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