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  • Xenophobic attacks: Area Boys who looted S/African firms not our members - NANS

    Xenophobic attacks: Area Boys who looted S/African firms not our members - NANS

    Resentment against foreigners has sometimes turned deadly. The South African police have used rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannon on anti-immigrant protesters in the capital, Pretoria in a bid to disperse them. Have a story? contact a reporter on 071-246-3772 or call into the Rising Sun offices on 011-852-0842. She said no Ghanaian or their businesses had yet been affected in the ongoing attacks, adding that Ghana's embassy in Pretoria and the foreign ministry would continue to ...

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  • Iraqi forces storm Mosul airport, military base; close in on Islamic State

    Iraqi forces storm Mosul airport, military base; close in on Islamic State

    Turkish-backed Syrian militants said on Thursday they had fully captured the town of Al-Bab from the self-styled Islamic State terrorist group, marking a key defeat for the group after weeks of heavy fighting. The previous day, government forces reported capturing the disused Mosul airport and the Ghazlani military base, as well as the village of Tal al-Rayyan southwest of Mosul.

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  • Earnings According to Analysts for Bloomin' Brands, Inc. (NASDAQ:BLMN)?

    Earnings According to Analysts for Bloomin' Brands, Inc. (NASDAQ:BLMN)?

    Hedge funds have recently made changes to their positions in the company. Analysts predict that Bloomin' Brands will post $1.41 earnings per share for the current year. If you are reading this news story on another site, it was illegally copied and reposted in violation of United States & worldwide copyright and trademark legislation.

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  • Ilyichev appointed acting Russian UN representative

    Ilyichev appointed acting Russian UN representative

    Churkin died on Monday in NY, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Churkin died in a NY hospital on Monday, one day short of his 65th birthday. ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said that Churkin's death was a shock. In fluent English, Churkin provided little new information about Chernobyl but engaged in a friendly, sometimes humorous, exchange with lawmakers who were not accustomed to such a tone - or to a representative in a fashionably well-fitting suit and a stylish ...

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  • Norwegian Air launches new low fare flights

    Norwegian Air launches new low fare flights

    The flights from Shannon to Stewart International in NY state will operate on a Wednesday and Sunday, with connections to Providence Airport on Monday and Friday. The Bradley flights to Scotland begin June 17 and will be offered year-round. It is expected to help both the European countries and the United States as well.

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  • Kid Asks Police For Help With Homework, Gets Wrong Answer

    Kid Asks Police For Help With Homework, Gets Wrong Answer

    Gruber did his best to lend a hand. Lena Draper wrote in a Facebook message to the Marion, Ohio Police Department . " Do the numbers in the parenthesis first so in essence it would be 37 x 15", Gruber messaged. His heart was in the right place, but not the order in which to do the equation. Gruber told the station he hopes people will give him an "A" for effort.

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  • US Official For First Latin America Trip

    US Official For First Latin America Trip

    Mexican officials say this issue will now dominate the talks especially since, based on the memo , such a policy change would likely require cooperation on Mexico's part. If need be, Videgaray said Mexico will fight the new order at the United Nations. One point Peña Nieto is sure to bring up is Mexico's role in buffering the USA from undocumented immigrants.

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  • Muslim-led fundraiser to fix Jewish cemetery after vandalism surpasses goal

    Louis on Wednesday. A fundraising campaign , organised by US Muslims Linda Sarsour of MPower Change and Tarek El-Messidi of CelebrateMercy , was soon set up to help fix the damaged headstones at Chesed Shel Emeth Society. After a mosque in Texas burned down in January, Americans raised more than one million dollars for repairs. Although the motivations behind the vandalisation of the cemetery are still unclear, it does little to allay the anxieties of Jewish communities in the US.

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  • Around 350000 children trapped in Mosul as battle intensifies

    The jihadists have put up stiff resistance to defend Mosul, their last major stronghold in Iraq and the place where their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed a "caliphate" in 2014. Coalition aircraft and artillery have continued to bombard targets in the west during the break that followed the taking of eastern Mosul. The UN said in late January that nearly half of all the casualties in Mosul were civilians.

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  • FBI Not Expected To Pursue Charges Against Michael Flynn

    FBI Not Expected To Pursue Charges Against Michael Flynn

    The Defense Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon spy agency once headed by Flynn, formally suspended his security clearance allowing him access to classified information, DIA spokesman James Kudla said. GOP lawmakers, led by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, resisted, saying that the existing congressional committees will continue their investigations into Russian interference in the presidential election.

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  • NASA to announce major discovery tomorrow

    Speaking with The Daily Telegraph about the news, British astronomer Dr Chris Copperwheat, who works at Liverpool John Moores University, stated: "The discovery of multiple rocky planets with surface temperatures which allow for liquid water make this fantastic system an exciting future target in the search for life".

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  • Dozens of bodies wash up on Libyan beach

    According to figures from the International Organization for Migration (IOM), more than 270 people migrating are believed to have drowned in the Mediterranean in the first weeks of 2017. Since then, hundreds of people have been plucked from the waters north of the African nation, including 700 on January 30 alone off the western city of Sabratha.

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  • NGO: Increase in Israeli demolitions since Trump took power

    When challenged that the one-state scheme is rejected by the Palestinians, Bishop responded that "what we need is for the Palestinians to recognize that the State of Israel exists and will continue to exist". Among the topics discussed were deepening bilateral cooperation in technology in order to overcome common challenges as well assistance to African countries in the fields of technology and initiatives, according to the Prime Minister's Office.

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  • China urges nuclear talks resumption with North Korea

    Workers load coal onto rail cars during snowfall at a railway station in Jiujiang, China, last year. The resolution introduced a coal export cap for North Korea, added after previous attempts to limit the commodity's export stalled. Security Council resolutions on sanctions against North Korea. US negotiators suggested that without sufficient Chinese pressure to change Pyongyang's nuclear calculus, a North Korean nuclear capability could spark a nuclear arms race in Northeast Asia-or prompt ...

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  • Korean leader's killed brother apparently visited Japan secretly before 2001 deportation

    Korean leader's killed brother apparently visited Japan secretly before 2001 deportation

    The local Malay Mail newspaper also published a grainy photo of a woman it said was suspected by police of involvement in the killing. "We should take this as an action that reflects Jong Un's paranoia", Lee said. Lawmakers briefed by the NIS said Kim Jong Nam sent his younger brother a letter in April 2012, begging for his life and the lives of his family members after a failed assassination attempt.

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  • Scott Baio Tweets Nordstrom Boycott

    The Ivanka Trump brand has said it saw sales growth of 21 percent in 2016 from the previous year as it expanded its categories, distribution and offerings. It seems that more retailers are more concerned with a public perception that selling Trump products is a de facto endorsement of the president's policies and ideology.

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  • Bus Crash in Taiwan Leaves 32 People Killed, 16 Injured

    The bus carrying 45 people was left flipped over on the side of the road. Around a dozen people were injured. It is believed the vehicle flipped off the side of an exit ramp connecting Freeway 5 from Yilan County to Nangang and the southbound lanes of Freeway 3 at around 9 pm.

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  • Kailash Satyarthi's stolen Nobel replica recovered

    Kailash Satyarthi's stolen Nobel replica recovered

    The three accused were identified as Rajan, Sunil and Vinod from whose possession the Nobel replica and the citation, besides jewellery were recovered, said official sources. Police said that Satyarthi's flat in Aravali Apartment was locked on the night it was burgled and that the Nobel laureate had gone to the US. Satyarthi thanks police, expresses hope citation will be found too.

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  • Russian airstrike kills 3 Turkish soldiers in Syria

    Everything is going according to our plan. He said he was delighted to see the east of Mosul free from Daesh fighters and predicted the entire city would be liberated this year. Speaking of the Kurds, the complexity of the situation in northern Syria which reflects the conflict in the global interests have apparently delayed the Kurdish growing control, but pushed them to hasten to attack al-Raqqa, the self-declared capital of IS, as by such a move they can make up for the areas Turkey has ...

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  • Police vehicle flattened by lorry blown over in 90mph winds

    Miraculously, no one was in the parked police auto, and no one was hurt in the incident. All of the troopers were out of their cars assisting the other motorists when it happened. The trailer tipped onto one of the parked patrol cruisers. Within hours, it had been viewed almost 800,000 times and shared over 27,000 times. Nobody was in the vehicle at the time and the truck driver and passenger were not hurt.

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  • Mark Warburton's reign as Rangers manager

    The board at Rangers called Mark Warburton's bluff and accepted his resignation, along with that of assistant David Weir and head of recruitment Frank McParland, after 48 hours of cloak and dagger moves behind the scenes. Rangers said they had agreed to release the trio because it was "important that Rangers has a football management team that wants to be at the club".

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  • Rescue Workers Continue To Search For Survivors Following Landslide

    Rescue Workers Continue To Search For Survivors Following Landslide

    Landslides hit houses in Bali of central Indonesia before midnight Thursday, leaving seven people dead and four others injured, a disaster agency official said early Friday. However, officials warned that more heavy rains were likely to continue in Bali on Saturday and Sunday, raising the risk of landslides and floods.

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  • Plans to protect European Union citizens in the United Kingdom rejected

    Pro-EU lawmakers had hoped to prevent an economy-shocking "hard Brexit", in which Britain loses full access to the EU's single market and faces restrictions or tariffs on trade. British voters chose to leave the 28-member bloc in a referendum held last June. The opposition Labour Party is facing an unprecedented crisis as a result of the vote.

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  • Melania Trump re-files Daily Mail lawsuit

    Melania had a "unique, once in a lifetime opportunity" to "launch a broad-based commercial brand" that could have garnered "multi-million dollar business relationships", since she was now "one of the most photographed women in the world", the lawyers allege.

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