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This file picture taken on September 29, 2011 shows China's Long March 2F rocket carrying the Tiangong-1 module, or " Heavenly Palace ", blasting off from the Jiuquan launch centre in Gansu province. Normally there is a specific location for every debris from satellites and spacecraft generally. Although the incident has been embarrassing for the China's space program , it hasn't delayed its progress.
  • Over a dozen killed in Boko Haram-army clash in Nigeria

    Over a dozen killed in Boko Haram-army clash in Nigeria

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    Cross River State former governor, Mr. Donald Duke said that Boko Haram insurgency has cost Nigeria more than civil war. A local militia leader Ba'Kura Abba Ali supporting the military said the militants were trying to enter Maiduguri which is at the centre of the epicentre, according to AFP.
  • USA urges Japan to open beef, auto markets further

    USA urges Japan to open beef, auto markets further

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    The abductees' families last Friday urged Abe to seek Mr. Trump's help, saying this could be their last chance to win their loved ones' release. The prime minister said he will directly request Trump to bring up the issue of Japanese abductees in North Korea when the US president meets North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for a summit in May.
  • Shulkin says he was sacked via Trump tweet

    Shulkin says he was sacked via Trump tweet

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    Shulkin broke with the White House on the circumstances of his ouster during his interview. "So you were fired? ". "General Kelly gave me a heads up that the President would most likely be tweeting out a message in the very near future, and I appreciated having that heads-up from General Kelly", Shulkin told CNN's Alisyn Camerota on "New Day", describing the events of last Wednesday afternoon.
  • Deadly SUV cliff crash that killed 8 may have been intentional

    Deadly SUV cliff crash that killed 8 may have been intentional

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    A CHP spokesman said during a conference call with reporters that the SUV's on-board computer indicated that the vehicle stopped and then accelerated over the cliff, a distance of about 70 feet. Bret Barnum on November 25, 2014. The agency had no prior history with the family, said Norah West, a spokeswoman with the Department of Social and Health Services.
  • Search underway after boy reportedly falls into drainage ditch in Los Angeles

    Search underway after boy reportedly falls into drainage ditch in Los Angeles

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    Sanitation personnel were opening a maintenance hatch to position a camera as part of the search, Scott said. He was given a cell phone so he could speak with his parents, who Scott described as "overwhelmed" with joy. A child who had been missing for at least half a day after falling into a unsafe part of the Los Angeles drainage system was found alive early Monday morning, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
  • Ambassador Friedman: US 'Not Seeking' to Replace Abbas

    Ambassador Friedman: US 'Not Seeking' to Replace Abbas

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    Abbas turned 83 this week , but has so far shown no signs of relinquishing power. "He said the Palestinian people will not allow any foreign party, regardless of who that party is, to decide its fate". "T$3 hose types of comments are very undiplomatic and make it more hard for the U.S.to have serious conversations about serious issues". He called on the USA administration "to make a clear position towards these endless (Friedman) remarks which contradict with the diplomatic regulations".
  • MADD President: Ethan Couch Release Is 'Grave Injustice' For Victims

    MADD President: Ethan Couch Release Is 'Grave Injustice' For Victims

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    The 720 days Ethan Couch served for his crimes shows that drunk driving homicides still aren't treated as the violent crimes that they are. He was 16 at the time and sentenced to probation after his attorney convinced a judge that due to his wealthy upbringing he did not know right from wrong.
  • Trade War: China slaps tariffs on 128 U.S. products

    Trade War: China slaps tariffs on 128 U.S. products

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    China's responses, meanwhile, are "legitimate measures ... to use the rules of the World Trade Organization and safeguard its interests", the statement said. It said it hoped the USA government would withdraw the tariffs "as soon as possible so that the trading of products between China and the United States will return to a normal track".
  • Malala Yousafzai ends her 1st Pakistan visit since shooting

    Malala Yousafzai ends her 1st Pakistan visit since shooting

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    There had been much speculation within the country over whether she would go to Swat during her visit. The details of her itinerary in Pakistan were kept under wraps owing to security reasons. "I have the same right on the country as any another Pakistani", Malala said during the interview. She's been keeping busy - Yousafzai started studying at Oxford University past year, and she has a non-profit working on improving girls' access to education.
  • Duluth Harbor Mission Provides Easter Dinner

    Duluth Harbor Mission Provides Easter Dinner

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    CONTRIBUTING PHOTO Karen Evans coordinates meals for delivery and pick up around 700 meals. "We've been doing this for 17 years, so it's been a long time, and we've been just grateful to have it here", says Cheryl Kremer, a volunteer at Grace Lutheran Church.
  • Terrorists pay with 12 lives in J&K

    Terrorists pay with 12 lives in J&K

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    In all 12 terrorists have been neutralised, three soldiers have been martyred and one terrorist has been caught alive. "It's unfortunate that stone pelting around encounter site cost 4 civilian deaths", he tweeted. Four civilians were killed when police opened fire on protesters. Srinagar , Indian-administered Kashmir - Massive anti-India protests have erupted in the southern villages of Indian-administered Kashmir following the killing of at least 11 rebels.
  • Venting on Immigration, Trump Vows 'No More DACA Deal' and Threatens Nafta

    Venting on Immigration, Trump Vows 'No More DACA Deal' and Threatens Nafta

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    Trump and some Republicans in Congress have insisted on funding for a barrier - which Democrats vehemently oppose - as a precondition of any DACA deal. " NO MORE DACA DEAL! ", Trump tweeted . Trump had sought $25 billion. In a second tweet, Trump lashed out at Mexico and threatened to "stop" the North American Free Trade Agreement , saying Mexican authorities are not doing enough to secure the border with the United States.
  • Rain and storms possible Tuesday

    Rain and storms possible Tuesday

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    A strong cold front will sweep across Middle Tennessee Tuesday evening. Looking at dynamics for storm potential, we do have a brief period of storm energy for our Tuesday ahead of this front that will push across the region. We are expecting the potential for hail, gusty winds, and isolated tornadoes. This will cause isolated rain late tomorrow and then bring widespread rain for the first half of the day on Wednesday .
  • Russian Federation expels more United Kingdom diplomats

    Russian Federation expels more United Kingdom diplomats

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    Later the Russian embassy to the United States launched a Twitter poll asking users to vote on which American consulate should be closed in Russia . "The takes this action in conjunction with our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies and partners around the world in response to Russia's use of a military-grade chemical weapon on the soil of the United Kingdom, the latest in its ongoing pattern of destabilizing activities around the world", White House press secretary Sarah Sanders ...
  • Easter traffic chaos as protesters shut down Mooi River toll

    Easter traffic chaos as protesters shut down Mooi River toll

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    The Ladysmith Gazette reported that the blockade appeared to have been triggered by truck drivers who were protesting against trucking companies using foreign drivers. Police have urged motorists returning home from their Easter holidays to delay their trips due to the protests. N3 Toll Concession, the company responsible for the road between Durban and Johannesburg, said: "Total road closure".
  • Ian Poulter Defeats Beau Hossler in Houston Open Playoff

    Ian Poulter Defeats Beau Hossler in Houston Open Playoff

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    It was a simple fix for the English veteran renowned for making crucial putts on winning Ryder Cup teams. Poulter spurned a number of birdie chances himself but he remained patient as Hossler parred the closing three holes - his own birdie putt at the 18th just shaved the hole - and he snatched his opportunity in dramatic circumstances at the death.
  • Kerala lifts their sixth Santosh Trophy

    Kerala lifts their sixth Santosh Trophy

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    Each member of the squad will be awarded one sovereign of gold. Kerala managed a 1-0 win in the meeting at Mohun Bagan Ground but Bengal Head Coach Ranjan Chowdhury feels the final clash is a different game altogether. Tirthankar Sarkar had two free kick chances from the left side of the area within the first six minutes. Receiving a peach of a pass from the middle of the park from Sheesham S, Jithin calmly placed the ball into the back of the net beyond the reach of Ranajit Majumdar.
  • Christine Shawcroft: Labour Anti-Semitism Row 'Stirred Up' To Attack Jeremy Corbyn

    Christine Shawcroft: Labour Anti-Semitism Row 'Stirred Up' To Attack Jeremy Corbyn

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    She sparked further anger with a Facebook posting, later removed, claiming the anti-Semitism row was being "stirred up to attack Jeremy, as we all know". The Labour leader added: "In the fight against antisemitism, I am your ally and I always will be". Over the weekend, Sir David Garrard , a prominent Jewish donor to Labour, announced he would no longer have anything to do with the party because of the anti-Semitism scandals.
  • Peacekeepers killed in al-Shabaab attack on military camp

    Peacekeepers killed in al-Shabaab attack on military camp

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    The AMISOM mission also killed 30 al-Shabaab terrorists who attempted to attack AMISOM Forward Operating Bases at Qoryoley, Buulo Mareer, and Golwen in Lower Shabelle, he said. The attacks began on Sunday morning when two vehicle bombs exploded outside the African Union base in the town of Bulo Mareer, 100 miles southwest of Mogadishu , according to Abdifatah Haji Abdulle, the deputy commissioner of Lower Shabelle.
  • Graeme Murty had every right to be furious, says Jamie Murphy

    Graeme Murty had every right to be furious, says Jamie Murphy

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    RANGERS caretaker boss Graeme Murty had mixed emotions after his side came back from two goals down at the interval to earn a 2-2 draw against Motherwell at Fir Park this afternoon. "It did feel a bit odd being back at Fir Park, I nearly walked into the home dressing-room when we came in from the warm-up". Rangers winger Jamie Murphy admits he nearly went into the Motherwell dressing room on Saturday afternoon, with the Gers playing out a 2-2 draw at Fir Park.
  • Facebook whistleblower's startup reportedly had access to data too

    Facebook whistleblower's startup reportedly had access to data too

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    A day after he named Congress as a client of Cambridge Analytica (CA) and offered to provide documentary proof of the firm's operations in India , whistleblower Christopher Wylie on Wednesday said many more political parties, including the Janata Dal (United), have used the company's services in India since 2003.
  • Russia Summons Western Diplomats to Set Out Retaliatory Steps in Spy Rift

    Russia Summons Western Diplomats to Set Out Retaliatory Steps in Spy Rift

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    White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Russia's response to the US expelling 60 alleged Russian intelligence officers earlier this week "was not unanticipated, and the United States will deal with it". The Russian officers, whom Moscow denies are spies, have until April 2 to leave, although U.S. media reported that Russian planes were already at Dulles airport on Friday to begin their transport.
  • Costa Rica set for centre-left president

    Costa Rica set for centre-left president

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    That pessimistic take challenges outsiders' usual view of Costa Rica as a tourist paradise boasting high levels of education, eco-friendly policies and relatively low levels of violent crime compared to other Central American countries. "We're united.in defending life and family, but also to defend ethics and transparency and the battle against corruption", the singer, who is a member of the Protestant Pentecostal movement, said on the eve of Sunday's vote in a video appeal to Catholics, who ...
  • Police Vehicle Hits Protester In Sacramento

    Police Vehicle Hits Protester In Sacramento

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    The vehicle that struck the protester continued driving. "It was a very fast acceleration, not the way you would move with people around", Danilowitz said. Video from Sacramento police officers' body cameras and a Sheriff's Department helicopter circling overhead show Clark's final moments but don't definitively answer the many questions that have arisen since the March 18 shooting.
  • First mission to study 'heart' of Mars

    First mission to study 'heart' of Mars

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    Bruce Banerdt who is the main investigator of mission InSight said "In some ways, InSight is like a scientific time machine that will bring back information about the earliest stages of Mars' formation 4.5 billion years ago", InSight will be the greatest mission if becomes successful and it will open the new ways of research.
  • Trump warns he may freeze SKorea trade deal for NKorea talks

    Trump warns he may freeze SKorea trade deal for NKorea talks

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    The American International Automobile Dealers Association (AIADA) is cautiously optimistic about recent modifications to the U.S. -Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS). -Japan-South Korean alliance and could be too quick to seal a deal with North Korea. USA passenger vehicle and light truck exports to Korea in 2017 totaled only 52,607.
  • Deported veteran soon to be sworn in as United States citizen

    Deported veteran soon to be sworn in as United States citizen

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    The decorated veteran, who served in the 82nd Airborne Division and received an honorable discharge, was granted a full pardon a year ago by Gov. His swearing-in ceremony is scheduled for April 13 in San Diego. However, honorably discharged veterans - even deported ones - are entitled to come back to the country when they die. "I'm not stopping for any of you guys", he told them.
  • Irish boy killed in Tenerife hit-and-run named

    Irish boy killed in Tenerife hit-and-run named

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    Meanwhile a fundraising page set up to help Carter's family with funeral costs has already surpassed its target. Pictured: 10-year-old Carter Carson who tragically died in a hit-and-run in Tenerife. "Sleep tight wee man". "Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and his friends at the club". Officers investigating the hit-and-run have already questioned several people, including a suspect after seizing a red Alfa Romeo believed to have been the vehicle that hit Carter.
  • Ranveer Singh injured, might not perform at the IPL 2018

    Ranveer Singh injured, might not perform at the IPL 2018

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    The latest edition of the cash-rich cricket league will be kicked off from April 7 and continue till May 27. A few days back, there were reports suggesting that Ranveer Singh will be paid a whopping Rs 5 crores for a 15-minute performance.
  • Airbnb will hand over data on guests to Chinese authorities

    Airbnb will hand over data on guests to Chinese authorities

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    People listing accommodation in China will also have their details passed on once they start accepting bookings. "Like all businesses operating in China, Airbnb China must comply with local laws and regulations", Airbnb spokesman Jake Wilczynski told Bloomberg.
  • To Avenge Rohith Vemula's Death, Former Stundets Plan to Kill HCU Vice-chancellor

    To Avenge Rohith Vemula's Death, Former Stundets Plan to Kill HCU Vice-chancellor

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    Ankala Prudviraj (27) and Chandan Kumar Mishra (28) had studied at HCU and had been attracted to Leftist ideologies and had chose to join the Maoists after some incidents at the university. He said the two had planned to kill the Vice-Chancellor at the behest of CPI (Maoist) State committee secretary Haribhushan to avenge the suicide of Dalit research scholar Rohith Vemula.
  • Bloody Sunday: Third civilian dies; 18 including militants, soldiers dead

    Bloody Sunday: Third civilian dies; 18 including militants, soldiers dead

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    Srinagar , Indian-administered Kashmir - Massive anti-India protests have erupted in the southern villages of Indian-administered Kashmir following the killing of at least 11 rebels. For the first time in over a decade, security forces on Sunday killed as many as 11 militants in a day in three encounters in the Kashmir valley. Six of the slain militants belonged to Hizb outfit while the seventh one was associated with LeT.
  • Multiple H1B applications would attract rejection: USCIS

    Multiple H1B applications would attract rejection: USCIS

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    The development comes days before the USA government will start accepting H-1B petitions for fiscal year 2019. This content is restricted to site members. Interestingly, the San Jose, California, metro area - home to the Silicon Valley - trailed on this measure, although some of the world's top technology companies are located there.
  • Man critically injured after Big Island shark bite

    Man critically injured after Big Island shark bite

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    Father and son told rescuers that a shark had bumped the younger man's board, then tore into him after he lost his balance and fell. A private safety team rescued the man from the ocean and he was airlifted to North Hawaii Community Hospital where was last listed in critical condition.
  • Telugu news anchor Radhika Reddy allegedly kills herself by jumping off building

    Telugu news anchor Radhika Reddy allegedly kills herself by jumping off building

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    Police say she suffered severe head injuries and multiple fractures resulting in instant death. "My brain is my enemy", she wrote. However, at around 10.30 pm, he heard a loud noise, and realised that Reddy had jumped off the building. As per the suicide note, depression drove 36-year-old Radhika Reddy, to end her life, police said. Radhika and her husband divorced each other 6 months ago and she was staying along with her parents since then.
  • Russian diplomats expelled from the United States arrive home

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    Sixty Russian diplomats expelled from the U.S. returned to Moscow on Sunday, a result of the biggest tit-for-tat expulsions in recent memory following the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, England. The Organisation for the Prohibition Chemical Weapons is in the midst of verifying a United Kingdom analysis of the nerve agents used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia , found collapsed on a bench in Salisbury on March 4.
  • Monitor: Isil kills 19 regime fighters in east Syria

    Monitor: Isil kills 19 regime fighters in east Syria

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    A National Security Council meeting is set for early next week to discuss the US-led campaign against Daesh in Syria , according to U.S. officials familiar with the plan. Trump still needs to be convinced of that, said the United States officials with knowledge of the NSC meeting. There was no immediate confirmation from the opposition groups, but pro-regime newspaper Al Watan quoted "diplomatic sources" as saying the agreement would see fighters give up heavy weapons and leave Douma ...
  • E-way bills must for inter-State movement of goods

    E-way bills must for inter-State movement of goods

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    April 1, 2018 for all inter-State movement of goods", the government said in a statement. States like Karnataka, Maharashtra and Gujarat are expected to make e-way bills compulsory for goods movement within their states from 15 April, followed by others in the next phase.