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Trump creates panel to investigate voter fraud

It will supposedly be led by Vice President Mike Pence (chair) and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (vice chair). Democrats have long accused Republicans of trying to suppress turnout among minority and low-income voters, sometimes by erecting barriers - like requiring identity cards for voting - and sometimes by intimidation. Read More

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China's Silk Road forum latest effort to boost Xi's stature

The initiative aims to redefine the global economy by integrating the economies of Europe, Asia and Africa through an unprecedentedly powerful network of transport and communications infrastructure. Nepal wants investments for road and railway connectivity, which are key to the country's development, he said. There has been nearly relentlessly upbeat coverage in China ahead of the Belt and Road Forum, including documentaries on state television and smiling citizens in project countries ... Read More

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After Boycott Threats, Pizza Hut Apologizes for Mocking Palestinian Detainees Hunger Strike

After Boycott Threats, Pizza Hut Apologizes for Mocking Palestinian Detainees Hunger Strike

In parallel with the strike, local solidarity activities continue with the striking prisoners throughout the Palestinian governorates, while Arab and European cities and capitals witness other solidarity activities with the prisoners. Palestinians called for a boycott of Pizza Hut yesterday after the company's franchise in Israel was accused of mocking hunger-striking prisoners. "It was completely inappropriate and does not reflect the values of our brand", she told AFP. Read More

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North Korea Incites Citizens to War

The North Korean Security Ministry alleged that a North Korean native working in Russian Federation as a lumberjack was "bribed", Yonhap reports , by the Central Intelligence Agency and NIS to kill Kim Jong-un. No details were given in the ministry statement of how the supposed plot was uncovered, or of Kim's fate. The statement, which ran in North Korean state media, said the plot's origins began in 2014 and that South Korean agents, in collusion with the Central Intelligence Agency, ... Read More

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Harman's clutch birdie denies Johnson 4th straight win

Harman's clutch birdie denies Johnson 4th straight win

The only rival with a chance to catch Harman was Spaniard Jon Rahm, playing on the sixth anniversary of the death of Spanish legend Seve Ballesteros . "My tee shot was pretty good all day, I just have to work on my putting". Rahm made a bogey at 15 to fall one back of Perez and Johnson but could only muster three closing pars, his pitch for eagle miss at 18 ensuring Harman's win. Read More

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Sacked Delhi minister alleges Kejriwal took money

Sacked Delhi minister alleges Kejriwal took money

I urged him to seek an apology. Mishra was axed from the Cabinet on Saturday, days after he sided with senior AAP leader Kumar Vishwas who has been at loggerheads with the party leadership. Amid the escalating infighting within the AAP, ousted Delhi minister Kapil Mishra has "exposed" AAP by revealing that Kejriwal took Rs 2 crore cash bribe from Satyender Jain. Read More

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Iraq PM: No US combat troops to stay in Iraq after IS

Iraq PM: No US combat troops to stay in Iraq after IS

USA forces in Iraq would be stationed inside existing Iraqi bases in at least five locations in the Mosul area and along Iraq's border with Syria, the Iraqi government official said. That number dropped to 40,000 before complete troop withdrawal in 2011. Rasool said Iraqi forces rescued 1,000 families on Thursday. During a visit to Iraq in February, Mattis and Lt. Read More

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Kerala SSLC Class 10 Results 2017

Kerala SSLC Class 10 Results 2017

The Kerala plus two results 2017 is now trending since morning at the nation. Kerala Board announced the result for near about 5 lakh students. Kerala SSLC Result 2017 at keralaresults.nic.in kerala has provided the high quality education for the student to score good marks in 10th calss results . Read More

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Kurdish leader: We're America's best friend in Syria; Turkey bombed us anyway

Kurdish leader: We're America's best friend in Syria; Turkey bombed us anyway

Fighters from the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) stand guard at the site of Turkish airstrikes near northeastern Syrian Kurdish town of Derik, known as al-Malikiyah in Arabic, on April 25, 2017. "We are two North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member countries, and strategic allies will be seriously bothered by it". The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have claimed an important victory over the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) by taking control of the old quarters of the strategically ... Read More

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South Africa hires Stuart Baxter for 2nd stint as coach

South Africa hires Stuart Baxter for 2nd stint as coach

SuperSport United coach Stuart Baxter is believed to be the coach SAFA has been in talk with for a possible return to the Bafana Bafana job. CAPE TOWN Englishman Stuart Baxter has been appointed coach of the South African national football team for a second spell, ending a five-month search for a new coach, the country's football association announced on Thursday. Read More

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Plan Constructed to Push Health Bill Forward

Plan Constructed to Push Health Bill Forward

Upton said he expects the House Rules Committee to act on the amendment Thursday, paving the way for a vote as soon as then. But GOP leaders seemed to win over a raft of wavering lawmakers after another tweak by moderate Reps. But those guarantees run in opposition to recent adjustments to the AHCA. "There is no reason for the federal government to stay in the health insurance business", he said. Read More

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Pence reaffirms US-Australia alliance after Trump spat

Pence reaffirms US-Australia alliance after Trump spat

Trump labeled the pact as "dumb", and tensions surfaced in a now-notorious phone call between Turnbull and Trump during the president's first weekend in office. The fall-out from the argument strained what is typically a good relationship between the two countries. Vice President Pence (center) examines a replica of a saltwater crocodile during a visit to the Australian Museum alongside Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop (left) and the museum's executive director Kim McKay in Sydney . Read More

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