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Crown Prince: Saudi Women Should Have Choice Whether to Wear Abaya Robe

Crown Prince: Saudi Women Should Have Choice Whether to Wear Abaya Robe

The government is working on an equal pay initiative, he added. During this meeting, Iran can be one the topics of discussion as it is a rival country to both of them. In October, the USA imported j...

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Educated Yi Gang becomes head of China's central bank

Educated Yi Gang becomes head of China's central bank

Harvard-educated Liu, 66, was the most prominent envoy to visit Washington recently in a bid to prevent the outbreak of a trade war. He has served as deputy to Zhou Xiaochuan, who held the post for ...

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Baaghi 2 Movie Mass Beat Song Ek Do Teen released

Baaghi 2 Movie Mass Beat Song Ek Do Teen released

The most awaited song from Baaghi 2 "Ek Do Teen" featuring Jacqueline Fernandez is out and the actress fails to kill it as the song delivers nothing, let alone some good dance moves. "This is hone...

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Trump's plan for opioid crisis set to include death penalty

Trump's plan for opioid crisis set to include death penalty

The president told the audience at a Pennsylvania rally this month that countries like Singapore have fewer issues with drug addiction because they harshly punish dealers. The justice department sai...

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Putin overwhelmingly wins another 6 years as Russian leader

Putin overwhelmingly wins another 6 years as Russian leader

Putin was widely expected to win his fourth term as President, with no meaningful opposition in the running and his fiercest opponent, Alexei Navalny, barred from the race . Britain and Russian Feder...

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Lalu Prasad convicted in fourth fodder scam case; Jagannath Mishra acquitted

Lalu Prasad convicted in fourth fodder scam case; Jagannath Mishra acquitted

The judge delivered the verdict alphabetically but Lalu Prasad - who was the Chief Minister when the wrongdoing took place - reached the court after it was delivered. The fodder scam is a collective ...

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Southeast Asia leaders urge tough stance on North Korea

Southeast Asia leaders urge tough stance on North Korea

But while a final communique noted a resolve to "protect the human rights of our peoples", it failed to condemn member state Myanmar's treatment of the Muslim-minority Rohingya. Malaysian Prime Minist...

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North Korea To Meet US, South Korean Representatives For Talks In Finland

North Korea To Meet US, South Korean Representatives For Talks In Finland

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with South Korean envoys in 2016. Choe has, in the past, participated in a working-level group for the multilateral Six Party Talks on dismantling the North's nuclear...

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Raging Australia Bushfire Destroys 70 Homes and Sends Residents Fleeing

Raging Australia Bushfire Destroys 70 Homes and Sends Residents Fleeing

Firefighters are working Monday to contain a fire in Cobden and Penshurst, where some 1,700 homes are left without power as electrical poles and infrastructure has been damaged. Premier Gladys Berejik...

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Thousands more Syrians flee their homes as eastern Ghouta, Afrin battles rage

Thousands more Syrians flee their homes as eastern Ghouta, Afrin battles rage

Turkey and its Syrian Arab rebel allies have waged a almost two-month offensive on the Afrin enclave, which is held by the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG). Turkish and allied forces have nea...

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Congress Stands High Than Any Other Party: Rahul Gandhi At Congress Plenary

Congress Stands High Than Any Other Party: Rahul Gandhi At Congress Plenary

Like the Kauravas BJP & RSS are created to fight for power, like the Pandavas, Congress is created to fight for truth". Like the Pandavas, the Congress fights for truth. There is a wall between our le...

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Andria Zafirakou from north London wins $1m 'world's best teacher' prize

Andria Zafirakou from north London wins $1m 'world's best teacher' prize

More than 30,000 teachers from 173 countries were nominated. This included learning basic greetings in numerous 35 languages spoken at the school, including Gujarati, Hindi, Tamil and Portuguese, to...

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No-confidence motion moved by TDP, YSRCP not taken up

No-confidence motion moved by TDP, YSRCP not taken up

The Parliament Session was held up for the 11th day as the TDP , TRS, YSR Congress and AIADMK continued their protests over the various issues, including the banking scam and special status for ...

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Vladimir Putin says claim Russian Federation poisoned spy in Salisbury is 'complete drivel'

Vladimir Putin says claim Russian Federation poisoned spy in Salisbury is 'complete drivel'

Russians voted on Sunday in an election that saw Vladimir Putin virtually secure an expected victory in the presidential election by winning 75.91 per cent of votes with 70 per cent of ballots count...

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May responds to Russia's expulsion of United Kingdom diplomats

May responds to Russia's expulsion of United Kingdom diplomats

The foreign ministry said that if Russian Federation has been stockpiling nerve agents this would amount to a violation of the Chemical Weapons Convention, of which Moscow is a signatory. He also said...

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Ola, Uber may go on a strike today

Ola, Uber may go on a strike today

Hence, basically, this is a case of cab neutrality - Drivers of vehicles owned by Uber and Ola are being given better treatment than self-owned vehicle owners. Meanwhile, the police has issued not...

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Violence claims more lives in Syria as thousands flee Ghouta

Violence claims more lives in Syria as thousands flee Ghouta

The Observatory said 30 people were killed in a Saturday morning airstrike on Zamalka that hit a group of people trying to flee into government-controlled areas. Rebel-backer Turkey has called for an ...

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Trump rails against Mueller probe, dismisses McCabe's notes as 'Fake Memos'

Trump rails against Mueller probe, dismisses McCabe's notes as 'Fake Memos'

With the abrupt firing of former deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe on Friday, the end game of the struggle between President Trump and the "resistance" has now begun in earnest. Trump's attacks on t...

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Vladimir Putin wins Russian election amid protests and ballot stuffing allegations

Vladimir Putin wins Russian election amid protests and ballot stuffing allegations

The election of the Russian President ended at 9:00 p.m. Casting his ballot in Moscow, Mr Putin was confident of victory, saying he would consider any percentage of votes a success. Some 145,000 obs...

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Syria's Assad enters Eastern Ghouta for first time in years

The channel said almost 10,000 people left on Monday - the largest civilian exodus from eastern Ghouta since the government launched a punishing assault on the rebel-held region more than three we...

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Pelosi makes desperate appeal as Dems start to sour on her position

Pelosi makes desperate appeal as Dems start to sour on her position

Possible candidates for the job include Rep. Joe Crowley, D-N.Y., and Rep. Adam Schiff, a fellow California Democrat with a high profile as the leading Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, th...

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Britain says its priority is looking after staff in Russian Federation

Britain says its priority is looking after staff in Russian Federation

May, speaking at the Conservative Party's spring forum in London on Saturday, said the country would "consider our next steps in the coming days, alongside our allies and partners". very likely for ...

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Gravesend nightclub: Panic as auto driven into busy club

Gravesend nightclub: Panic as auto driven into busy club

According to law enforcement services, the lives of the victims are not threatened now. However, officials believe several other injured people may have left the scene. "One guard got the door open ...

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British Council shutdown in Russian Federation will not affect other educational programs - minister

British Council shutdown in Russian Federation will not affect other educational programs - minister

Putin's spokesman denounced the claim. According to British experts, the toxin used in the attack was part of a group of nerve agents known as Novichok, which was developed in the former Soviet Un...

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Russians Head To Polls As Putin Seeks Fourth Term As President

At the 2012 presidential elections , Putin received 63.60% of votes. "I think that in the United States and Britain they've understood they can not influence our elections", Senator Igor Morozov sa...

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