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  • Mulayam's decision not to campaign for SP will hurt Akhilesh-and Congress

    Mulayam's decision not to campaign for SP will hurt Akhilesh-and Congress

    As part of the alliance, Congress can contest on 105 seats in Uttar Pradesh. Adding one more "P" to the Ps mentioned by Gandhi, Akhilesh Yadav said: "Let me add the fourth P. Also, she doesn't have any baggage from her past. Don't compare the BSP with the BJP. The Gandhi scion slammed Modi on his promise to fight corruption, saying that his statements like his policies like Make in India lack substance.

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  • Rockford gas prices continue to drop, stay below national average

    Nationally, consumers saw prices drop 3.3 cents per gallon to $2.26. Leading decliners was OH (-10.4 cents), MI (-9.6 cents), IL (-8.6 cents) IN (-8.2 cents) and DE (-7.7 cents). AAA Northeast is a not-for-profit auto club with 61 offices in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, New Hampshire and NY, providing more than 2 million local AAA members with travel, insurance, finance, and auto-related services.

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  • Dozens gather at vigils in Halifax following Quebec City mosque shooting

    Dozens gather at vigils in Halifax following Quebec City mosque shooting

    One of the people previously described as a suspect is actually a witness, police said Monday on Twitter . Police said only two people were involved in the attack. The shooting came on the weekend that Trudeau said Canada would welcome immigrants and refugees after Trump temporarily banned seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US on national security grounds.

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  • UN Hopes U.S Refugee Ban Temporary

    UN Hopes U.S Refugee Ban Temporary

    UNHCR and the International Organization for Migration ( IOM ) said in a joint statement on Saturday that the US resettlement programme was vital, but they stopped short of criticising the new administration's policy. "We strongly believe that refugees should receive equal treatment for protection and assistance, and opportunities for resettlement, regardless of their religion, nationality or race", they said.

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  • Hamon wins Left primary, cruises to France's presidential race: early results

    Fillon, who won the conservative Republicans' nomination past year with promises to slash public spending and restore morality in politics, has insisted that his wife played a real role and complained he is the victim of a smear campaign. He is tipped for further gains if, as expected, Hamon wins the Socialist nod over Valls, with Socialist moderates turned off by Hamon's tax-and-spend programme expected to decamp to Macron.

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  • Coach K bans players from locker room, wearing team apparel

    Coach K bans players from locker room, wearing team apparel

    Krzyzewski is now recovering from lower back surgery, but the experienced COACH made known his frustrations during a meeting with this players. Duke's 84-82 home loss to N.C. Injuries to freshmen Jayson Tatum , Harry Giles and Marques Bolden kept them out for the start of the season, but the 15-5 club has had other frustrations that have put Coach K under fire.

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  • Top Kaspersky Worker Arrested In Russia For Alleged Treason

    Top Kaspersky Worker Arrested In Russia For Alleged Treason

    A top cybersecurity specialist in Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) was arrested on Wednesday reportedly on suspicion of leaking information to the US intelligence community - a bombshell accusation that, if true, would mean Washington had a spy in the heart of Russia's national defense infrastructure.

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  • North Korean Defector Predicts 'Popular Uprising' Against Kim Jong

    North Korean Defector Predicts 'Popular Uprising' Against Kim Jong

    Yong-ho said Kim Jung-un's political purges, which included the execution of his uncle , a high-ranking member of the North Korean military, has sown discontent within the ranks of the regime. He called for continued worldwide sanctions on Pyongyang and publicity campaigns to spread external information in the North and encourage its citizens into "popular uprisings".

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  • GOP Lawmakers Look To Shape Health Care Strategy At Philadelphia Retreat

    When Trump touched down in Philadelphia about 20 minutes later and deboarded the plane, he greeted those gathered on a tarmac with a smile and a wave before traveling on to Philadelphia's Loews Hotel in a motorcade. House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said they anticipate approving Trump's wall as part of a $12 billion to $15 billion supplemental spending bill for border security.

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  • Israel announces 2500-home expansion of West Bank settlements

    The statement said approval for the project is the response to a Security Council vote last month that demanded Israel "immediately and completely" stop all illegal settlement activities on occupied Palestinian territories. The move is thought to be in expectation of the US President following different policies to the previous administration who criticised new building in settlements.

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  • HP expands recall of laptop batteries for fire, burn hazard

    The company is recalling an additional 101,000 batteries in some laptops sold between March 2013 through October 2016. The battery can overheat, posing a potential burn and fire hazard . Users can check to see whether they're affected by looking for a barcode starting with one of the following sequences; 6BZLU, 6CGFK, 6CGFQ, 6CZMB, 6DEMA, 6DEMH, 6DGAL, and 6EBVA.

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  • German Social Democrats endorse Schulz as chancellor candidate

    German Social Democrats endorse Schulz as chancellor candidate

    Former president of the European Parliament Martin Schulz - a sharp critic of the Brexit vote - has emerged as the favourite to stand against Angela Merkel in German elections in September. "After the presidential election in the United States one may say that society is drifting apart across the world", Martin Schulz said. The top-selling Bild had reported earlier this month that Gabriel had made up his mind to run for the top job, on the advice of former chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, 72.

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  • Trump Begins ACA Take Down

    Trump Begins ACA Take Down

    Of the 6.5 million people who gained health insurance through Medicaid , 70 percent were already eligible for the program before its expansion under the ACA. The Patient Freedom Act of 2017 would ensure there is no gap in coverage for those relying on the current system. Get a serious illness requiring extended hospitalizations, repeated surgeries, or expensive medications, and you could wind up going bankrupt.

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  • Severe storms, hail possible for Central Florida Sunday

    Severe storms, hail possible for Central Florida Sunday

    Storms are now moving southwest through South Central Georgia and into the Florida Panhandle. "Once she saw what was around, it was a blessing", Richardson said. Deal said that state agencies are "making all resources available" to affected counties, and that "our thoughts and prayers are with Georgians suffering from the storm's impact".

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  • Brit and Canadian heading to Women's March turned away at USA border

    Brit and Canadian heading to Women's March turned away at USA border

    Dyck told the Guardian they were detained for two hours as their cars were searched and their cellphones inspected. Each member of the group was fingerprinted and had their pictures taken. McGill University student and Montreal resident Joseph Decunha was in a separate group to be stopped and turned away. A border agent asked for his political views, Decunha told CBC .

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  • Mississippi Storm: At Least 4 Dead; Damage Reported In Hattiesburg Area

    Mississippi Storm: At Least 4 Dead; Damage Reported In Hattiesburg Area

    Hattiesburg, with its population of 45,000, is the largest city in Forrest County . Students at William Carey were reporting minor injuries, the university said. USA Today reported that the deadly tornado levelled homes, ripped the roofs off houses, and tossed trees into roadways in the area. The city of Hattiesburg said via its Twitter account that four people had died after a tornado blew through the city and surrounding area.

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  • Ex-CIA Chief Brennan Bashes Trump Over Speech During CIA Visit

    In his first official visit to a government agency as president, Trump, who in the past likened USA intelligence to those of Nazi Germany, sought to leave no doubt with officers that he supported their work. Talking about whether we voted for Trump is offensive and foreign to us by the president. That drew an unusual public rebuke from outgoing CIA Director John Brennan and raised fears about the impact that sagging morale at the agencies could have on United States security.

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  • Barack Obama thanks staff and supporters as he leaves office

    Barack Obama thanks staff and supporters as he leaves office

    After eight years in the White House, Mr Obama is handing over to the next US president, Donald Trump, in Friday's inauguration ceremony at the US Capitol in Washington DC. But before they get to work, the Obamas plan on taking a break to "get some sleep", spend time with family and "be still for a little bit". I'm still asking you to believe - not in my ability to bring about change, but in yours.

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  • Firefighters Die In Building Collapse In Tehran

    Firefighters Die In Building Collapse In Tehran

    Thirty firefighters battling to control a blaze in the Iranian capital of Tehran have been killed after the high-rise building they were inside collapsed around them in a matter of seconds. Mayor Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf said there were about 25 firefighters trapped under rubble and the semi-official Tasnim news agency said troops had been sent to help dig through the ruins.

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  • Ohio Mother Posts Shocking Vid Of Her Child To Facebook

    Ohio Mother Posts Shocking Vid Of Her Child To Facebook

    Just a few days after the video was shared online a representative from child services went to Rudolph's OH home. "You can't clean without them running around, tearing up?" " You got the best mommy in the whole wide world ". you can see the TV from right there". Call children services now? WSYX learned about the Facebook post from a concerned viewer who saw the video.

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  • Gambia: Defeated President Yahya Jammeh faces military showdown

    Gambia: Defeated President Yahya Jammeh faces military showdown

    The swearing in ceremony - and the military action in support of Barrow - was a hugely significant moment for democracy in Africa, sending reverberations across the continent, as a regional leadership group, Economic Community of West African States, or ECOWAS , stood firm to protect an election, by force if need be.

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  • Fire Emblem Heroes Announced for Android and iOS Devices

    Fire Emblem Heroes Announced for Android and iOS Devices

    You'll drag characters around to move them from tile to tile, with movement and combat apparently working like in a typical Fire Emblem . Despite my prior feelings that Fire Emblem Fates would be lacking for having split its story, it actually feels more like a full-fat package than ever.

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  • Glitch delays Atlas V rocket mission from Vandenberg

    Glitch delays Atlas V rocket mission from Vandenberg

    Meteorologist James Wieland says visibility should be good for the launch from Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. A powerful Atlas V rocket is scheduled to launch tonight from Cape Canaveral carrying a USA defense satellite. This satellite will join two others in a constellation already providing early warnings to troops in the field. A successful Atlas V launch in October 2015.

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  • Thirty people still missing at Italian hotel buried by massive avalanche

    Thirty people still missing at Italian hotel buried by massive avalanche

    A firefighter helicopter flies over the town of Penne, central Italy, following a series of earthquakes and a snow avalanche hitting a hotel in central Italy on January 20, 2017. The discovery of survivors has given new energy to the search and rescue teams, who are battling freezing conditions and failing light as they work to uncover the second spot where people have been found.

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  • New quakes hit snow-struck Italy

    As a result of last year's quakes, many residents have been evacuated to temporary accommodation outside the earthquake-prone zone. As a series of powerful earthquakes rocked Central Italy , officials have started evacuating the metro system and certain schools in Italy's capital Rome .

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  • China Orders State Media Not to Criticize Trump Ahead of Inauguration

    President Xi Jinping had previously expressed his intention to keep America within China's "circle of friends". According to a report published recently by the U.S. There has been a lot for China to take on board - although Trump has steered clear of Beijing's human rights record so far. He threatened to slap a tariff of up to 45 percent on Chinese imports.

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  • Ordinance plan for jallikattu

    Ordinance plan for jallikattu

    However, it also lays down the observations made by the Supreme Court bench for banning the festival. Advising a way out on similar lines, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi clarified that the SC judgment on Jallikattu did not preclude the State Government from passing a law regulating the sport since "sport" is a State subject under List III of the Constitution.

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  • Japan's hi-tech loos now less confusing with symbol guide

    Japan's hi-tech loos now less confusing with symbol guide

    Any foreigner who has travelled in Japan or the region has probably encountered the Japanese "smart" toilet, which has an electronic console of buttons attached that seems more fit for gaming than relief. It's true. Toilet makers in Japan have teamed up to flush away tourists' confusion by helpfully unifying the symbols on their johns. The decision was made to make Japan a more tourist-friendly destination before the Rugby World Cup in 2019 and the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

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  • Trump Offers Putin an End to Sanctions for Nuclear Arms Reduction Treaty

    What is striking about that remark, Orlova says, is that Putin didn't see the fact that Trump is married as being a limiting factor even though both leaders like to talk about "family values". Obama says the White House reached out to the Bush family after learning of the hospitalizations. The United States and Russian Federation are by far the world's biggest nuclear powers.

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  • State Police Solve 30-Year-Old Missing Persons Case

    Rhode Island State Police Lt. Col. Joseph F Philbin said authorities will not be releasing the names Kimberly and Kelly are now living under. Yates told The Providence Journal in a 1988 magazine story that his wife had discovered he had been unfaithful to her and had threatened to move out in the middle of the night with the children.

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  • Half of World's Wealth, in the Pockets of Just Eight Men

    New Zealand's two richest people now own more wealth than 30 per cent of the adult population combined. Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Carlos Slim all belong to club of the eight wealthiest people in the world, according to Oxfam's research published ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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  • SpaceX launches Iridium NEXT satellites

    The two-stage rocket lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base at 9:54 a.m. ET on Saturday, carrying a full load of satellites for Iridium Communications Inc.in order to replace its entire global network of 70 satellites with newer next-generation ones.

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  • Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro Comparison

    Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro Comparison

    We're making an exception with the render below (which is based on this alleged Galaxy S8 case ) because we think it's a good depiction of what Samsung is likely to be doing with the newest Galaxy S. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will allegedly not debut at MW and will instead be launched sometime in mid-April. Battery: The phone is backed by a 4,000mAh battery which supports fast charging.

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