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Author: 0 Tillerson: 'No Change' to Military Stance on Syria, Assad

The nature of the substance used has not been confirmed, and Syria has insisted it would not and has not used chemical weapons. Rather, the launching of 59 cruise missiles on Shayrat Air Base - believed to be the origin of Syria's lethal attack against its own citizens - was "related exclusively to the most recent horrific use of chemical weapons against women, children, and as the President said, even small babies", Tillerson told ABC's "This Week" in an interview airing Sunday.

World Media Venezuelan government bans opposition figure from running for office
Author: 0 Venezuelan government bans opposition figure from running for office

Henrique Capriles was one of the leaders of mass demonstrations this week against socialist President Nicolas Maduro that led to clashes with police. Over the last few days, authorities have also accused Capriles of fomenting violence and bloodshed by leading increasingly intense protests against the unpopular Maduro, explained Reuters .

Author: 0 When protocol officer asked Modi, Hasina to 'step down'

The Prime Minister also said both sides agreed that peace, security and development for people of the two countries and for the region will remain central engagement between the two neighbours. The Bangladesh Prime Minister emphasized that the main aim of the two nations is to develop the living conditions of the people of South Asia. "The two leaders inaugurate two rails and a road connectivity project via video conferencing", Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay tweeted.

World Media 1 person dead after shooting near mall in South Florida
Author: 0 1 person dead after shooting near mall in South Florida

The wounded included the general manager, who is listed on the fitness center's website as Jeanine Ackerman and a trainer. This is published unedited from the IANS feed . The newspaper said about 100 people were eating at Yard House's outdoor patio when the shooting began. "A woman ran in who had been at Equinox and said she had heard three to four shots and that there was man in a pool of blood, " said Lily Kubli, a designer at Artefacto, a Brazilian furniture store in the mall.

World Media Hackers prompted sirens to go off across Dallas area
Author: 0 Hackers prompted sirens to go off across Dallas area

The city of Dallas Office of Emergency Management will investigate the cause of the malfunction, according to a city press release. The blaring sirens, used primarily to warn of tornadoes and other severe weather, prompted anxious residents to call 911, clogging up that system.

World Media Can Samsung's C7 Pro beat its peers?
Author: 0 Can Samsung's C7 Pro beat its peers?

Samsung has already confirmed its intention to bring a refurbished variant, and has revealed that pricing and availability details will be announced at a later date. Samsung has even equipped the S8 with a dedicated Bixby button, a move created to help establish the virtual assistant as one of the phone's core features.

World Media Trump to Abe: US to boost military defense against NKorea
Author: 0 Trump to Abe: US to boost military defense against NKorea

The missile landed in the Sea of Japan, the U.S. Pacific Command said in a statement. Be proactive - Use the "Flag as Inappropriate" link at the upper right corner of each comment to let us know of abusive posts. President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping this week where adding pressure on the North to drop its arms development will take centre stage.

World Media Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of Trump-Xi meeting
Author: 0 Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of Trump-Xi meeting

He told reporters in Tokyo on Wednesday that "Japan can not tolerate North Korea's repeated provocative actions". "The clock has now run out, and all options are on the table", the official said in respect to the failure of successive efforts to negotiate an end to North Korea's nuclear program.

Author: 0 US says North Korean missile test ended in fiery crash

Just a day before the game, North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the East Sea, not all that far from this seaside city, 230 kilometers east of Seoul. The first test of the year was an intermediate-range KN-15 on February 12 that reached an altitude of 550 kilometers and flew 500 kilometers before crashing into the East Sea.

World Media Jared Kushner omits some foreign contacts on security form
Author: 0 Jared Kushner omits some foreign contacts on security form

This kind of backstabbing has become a regular occurrence in a White House where, as the Times' article put it, "officials jockey for the ear of the president, angle for authority and seek to place blame for political defeats". During a recent White House meeting , when the subject of Cohn came up, Bannon reportedly told associates " I love a gunfight ". The White House official who spoke to reporter Asawin Suebsaeng added that while the pair frequently argue "face-to-face", Bannon has ...

Author: 0 Putin: Criticism of Russia protest arrests is 'interference'

It was not the 1st time President Putin floated the idea of a meeting with President Trump. Repeating his hope that the current frosty relationship between Moscow and Washington would soon start to thaw, Putin once again rejected any notion that the Kremlin had interfered in last year's USA election.

World Media Russia's Supreme Court upholds ban on Jehovah's Witnesses
Author: 0 Russia's Supreme Court upholds ban on Jehovah's Witnesses

State news agency RIA Novosti says Russia's Supreme Court has upheld the decision of the city court in Birobidzhan to ban the Jehovah's Witnesses, a decision that comes amid proceedings on a Justice Ministry suit to ban the religious organization in Russian Federation altogether.

Author: 0 Liverpool held by Bournemouth as King crowns comeback

His injury has the potential to derail the end of the campaign but, luckily, it appears Divock Origi is determined to fill the hole left by the Senegal forward. Germany global Ozil - making his 150th Arsenal appearance - has come under fire for lacklustre displays this season and the ire aimed in his direction increased during a run the Gunners took into Wednesday's game that had seen them win just three times in their last 10 matches in all competitions.

World Media Hillary and Bill Clinton's Nephew Tyler Clinton Signs With IMG
Author: 0 Hillary and Bill Clinton's Nephew Tyler Clinton Signs With IMG

IMG has also released Tyler's portfolio, which features another 20 shots, yes, a lot of them shirtless. He's also a 22-year-old that grew up in Southern California as a lacrosse player. Orange County, Calif. authorities declined to press charges. With a growing portfolio Tyler most likely landed on IMG's radar after he became the internet's latest crush at the Democratic National Convention past year.

World Media Plug Power's stock rockets on heavy volume after supply agreement with Amazon
Author: 0 Plug Power's stock rockets on heavy volume after supply agreement with Amazon

It has outperformed by 36.10% the S&P500. Also, there are 0 buy, 0 sell and 0 strong sell ratings, collectively assigning a 1.67 average brokerage recommendation. In Plug Power's case, the Walmart deal has proven not to be a moneymaker. The count of Hold ratings in that period was 0. Lederer & Assoc Invest Counsel Ca owns 10,000 shares for 0.01% of their portfolio.

Author: 0 Israeli killed and another wounded in West Bank car-ramming attack

The PPC also renewed its call for global human rights groups, including UNICEF, to strengthen initiatives and campaigns to protect Palestinian children. Gaza, (Alresalah.ps)- Since the outbreak of the Jerusalem Intifada in October 2015, at least 2,600 Palestinian children have been arrested in Israeli military detention centers notorious for the systematic ill-treatment and torture of Palestinian children, rights sources revealed.

World Media Congressman Lieu Statement Opposing Trump Administration Roll Back Of Clean Power Plan
Author: 0 Congressman Lieu Statement Opposing Trump Administration Roll Back Of Clean Power Plan

Rick Curtsinger, a spokesperson for Wyoming coal giant Cloud Peak Energy, said lifting that Obama moratorium allows three potential projects in Wyoming's Powder River Basin to start moving through the leasing process again. The Trump administration has thankfully restored commonsense to our energy policy. Chinese State Media has blasted the president and called the his actions on climate change disappointing while warning the public that " Washington's Political Selfishness should be ...

World Media More funding needed for Iraq programs — United Nations chief
Author: 0 More funding needed for Iraq programs — United Nations chief

Huge numbers of residents have fled the fighting in west Mosul , with Iraqi authorities saying that more than 200,000 people have left the area since mid-February. Associated Press writer Mstyslav Chernov contributed from Mosul . That's when Iraqi security forces were taking unsustainable casualties and had to pause their operations in order to reinforce, Scrocca said Thursday.

Author: 0 Last Fed meeting's minutes show talk of paring bond holdings

This latest twist follows the Fed's sudden, coordinated telegraphing of a March rate hike, which initially was expected in June, and its forecast late past year for three increases in 2017, up from a prior view for just two. " ... some participants and their business contacts saw downside risks to labor force and economic growth from possible changes to other government policies, such as those affecting immigration and trade".

World Media Chelsea Clinton opens up about Hillary's political future
Author: 0 Chelsea Clinton opens up about Hillary's political future

The younger Clinton appeared Tuesday on CBS This Morning to promote her book It's Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired and Get Going, but the conversation veered toward her mother's political past and future. "If someone steps down or something changes, I'll answer those questions at that time", she said diplomatically. In December, more than 60 per cent of Democrats and independents said Hillary Clinton should not run again for office, according to a Suffolk University/USA Today poll.

World Media Japanese envoy recalled home over statue dispute to return to Seoul
Author: 0 Japanese envoy recalled home over statue dispute to return to Seoul

Before and during World War II, many Korean and other women in Asia were forced to work in brothels for the Japanese military in what was known as Japan's "comfort women" system. "The agreement is a promise that the two countries made to worldwide society". Along with recalling the ambassador, Japan also postponed bilateral "high-level" economic dialogue and talks on a new currency swap arrangement with South Korea.

World Media S. Korean ambassador to return
Author: 0 S. Korean ambassador to return

South Korean activists estimate that there may have been as many as 200,000 Korean victims. "Japan and South Korea need to closely exchange information at high levels and closely communicate in order to deal with North Korean issues", Kishida said.

World Media Japan envoy returning to South Korea after recall over 'comfort woman' statue
Author: 0 Japan envoy returning to South Korea after recall over 'comfort woman' statue

Japan's top envoy to South Korea, who was recalled to Tokyo amid diplomatic friction over a girl statue symbolizing its wartime sexual slavery of Korean women, will return to Seoul this week, a foreign ministry official here said Monday. But Japan's Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said the country was "at least at this point" not considering reopening negotiations on a currency swap deal meant to stabilize the Korean currency in the event of a financial crisis.

World Media Japan to send envoys back to South Korea
Author: 0 Japan to send envoys back to South Korea

Ambassador Yasumasa Nagamine flew back to Tokyo on January 9 after a statue symbolizing the women was erected by a citizens' group in the southern port city of Busan. The exercise, held in waters between Japan and South Korea near South Korea's southern Jeju Island, is the first of its kind under an agreement made among the three countries in a security meeting last December, ministry spokesman Moon Sang-gyun said.

World Media Japan envoy recalled over statue flap to return to S. Korea
Author: 0 Japan envoy recalled over statue flap to return to S. Korea

Japan said on Monday that it was sending its ambassador back to South Korea nearly three months after recalling him over a statue commemorating Korean women forced to work in Japanese military brothels during World War Two. South Korean activists estimate that there may have been as many as 200,000 Korean victims. It is important for the two governments to coordinate closely and exchange information amid ongoing missile threats from North Korea, he said.

Author: 0 IISc Bangalore best university in India, IIT Madras top engg school

Based on the points earned, IIT Madras maintained its status quo as the best engineering college across the country while other IIT Bombay, Kharagpur, Delhi and Kanpur followed immediately. The NIRF outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country. Hyderabad University and Jawaharlal Nehru have also topped the list of top 10 central varsities.

World Media Bill would let states block some Planned Parenthood money
Author: 0 Bill would let states block some Planned Parenthood money

Pence, a long-time opponent of abortion rights, voted with the 50 other Republicans to proceed to a vote to roll back an Obama administration rule that barred states from cutting off federal family-planning money to abortion providers. A companion bill passed the U.S. House in February, meaning this week's action in the upper chamber sends the bill to the President's desk for a signature.

World Media GOP health plan worse than ACA
Author: 0 GOP health plan worse than ACA

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said efforts to reform healthcare will not cease, despite the GOP's ACA replacement bill being pulled from the House floor last week, reports The Washington Post . Trump famously promised a health plan that would provide more coverage at lower cost than Obamacare. "I think it was an unforced error", said Arkansas Republican Rep.

Author: 0 Months Before Election, Comey Wanted to Go Public on Russian Federation

The meeting reportedly included then-Secretary of State John Kerry, Attorney General Loretta Lynch , the director of DHS and the national security adviser. FBI Director James Comey has found himself in the spotlight again as the congressional investigations into Russian Federation election interference seem to be heading in opposite directions.

World Media Merkel ally sees 'tail wind' from German state election
Author: 0 Merkel ally sees 'tail wind' from German state election

Two more state elections in May will be followed by a national parliamentary election on September 24 in which Merkel is seeking a fourth term as chancellor. "The people decided on stability and reliability", CDU Secretary General Peter Tauber said. The Social Democrats had ruled out working with the Left Party in previous national elections, although they do have regional alliances in the opposition party's eastern heartland.

Author: 0 Crude Stocks Up; Gasoline, Diesel Decline

Meanwhile, Nigeria's crude oil exports are set to rise to 1.66 million bpd in May, according to a loading programme compiled by Reuters on Tuesday. "The market can expect another build on crude (inventories) when EIA release their figures later", said Matt Stanley, a fuel broker at Freight Investor Services (FIS) in Dubai.

Author: 0 UN chief presses Iraq's leaders to reconcile once Mosul won

He will next visit Arbil, the capital of Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region. A suicide truck bomb has been detonated at a checkpoint in the south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, killing at least 17 people and wounding more than 60, according to police sources.

Author: 0 Government Watchdog Will Review President Trump's Mar-a-Lago Trips

Guests at the club posted photos on social media of the leaders conferring about a North Korean missile test. Trump's trips to his Palm Beach, Florida, country club came under scrutiny for having security protocols that seem to be a bit lax, as evidenced by a guy who Instagrammed himself with the official carrying the "nuclear football" and reports , denied by the White House, that Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe might have discussed classified information in the middle of a the ...

World Media Consider alternatives to pellet guns in Kashmir: SC
Author: 0 Consider alternatives to pellet guns in Kashmir: SC

Pellet guns were used in Kashmir during the unrest past year following the death of Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani. The Supreme Court on Monday urged the the Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir government to "sit together" and examine whether Hindus and other non-Muslim communities constitute a minority community in Jammu and Kashmir and hence are entitled to reservation benefits.

World Media No. 1 South Carolina follows men's team, reaches Final Four
Author: 0 No. 1 South Carolina follows men's team, reaches Final Four

BPI still has Villanova ahead of North Carolina and includes all Division I teams even if they're eliminated or playing in the NIT or CBI (note: SC is still only rated No. Florida went 4:32 without a basket. North Carolina. The Tar Heels like to play fast. Gonzaga coach Mark Few said "everything is going to get ratcheted up 300 percent now with the media, the demands, the time".

Author: 0 Putin meets France's Le Pen in Moscow

Dmitry Peskov, Putin's spokesman, told reporters on a conference call that Putin and Le Pen had not discussed the possibility of Russian Federation offering any financial help to her political party. Le Pen is also facing legal investigations around party finances. The Russian leader stressed that the Kremlin does not meddle in French politics.

Author: 0 Germany rejects Trump's claim it owes NATO 'vast sums'

Merkel rejected Trump's suggestion that individual European countries should negotiate free trade deals with the United States, rather than under existing EU-US negotiations. The U.S. trade deficit with Germany was $64.9 billion previous year, the lowest since 2009, according to the Commerce Department. "Then taking a jesting note, he turned to Merkel saying, "This past administration, at least we have something in common perhaps", which provoked some laughter in the East Room of the White ...

Author: 0 III Apparel Group, LTD. (NASDAQ:GIII) To Release Earnings

The stock fell more than 13 percent, its worst single-day performance since August 30, 2016, when it plunged over 20 percent. One analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, four have given a hold rating and six have issued a buy rating to the company's stock.

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