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Oggi sarebbero dovute entrare in vigore tariffe del 25% sull'acciaio e del 10% sull'alluminio importati negli Stati Uniti. L'annuncio ufficiale della decisione arriva direttamente dalla Casa Bianca, che afferma: "nelle trattative l'amministrazione punta a quote che limitano l'import e tutelano la sicurezza nazionale".
  • Top EPA public affairs official departs

    Top EPA public affairs official departs

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    The New York Times first reported on the emails . The EPA told both publications that Smotkin "did not attend or participate in any official meetings with the Moroccan government". "I am going to miss her", Ryan Jackson, EPA chief of staff, told The Examiner. Her departure, to become communications director for Sen. John Konkus, deputy associate administrator within the EPA's Office of Public Affairs, reportedly resigned on Friday (May 4) to accept a position with the Small Business ...
  • Jeremy Corbyn faces Labour backlash over

    Jeremy Corbyn faces Labour backlash over "unmitigated disaster" in polls

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    The Ifield and Southgate wards were their top targets, and they lost both by a whisker - Labour held Southgate by 14 votes and Ifield by nine. He ended the day with 58 more councillors and one council down. Barry Rawlings, a local Labour official, said his party's anti-Semitism scandal had "made a difference" in the election results in the heavily Jewish district, the BBC reported.
  • Court throws out murder conviction of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel

    Court throws out murder conviction of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel

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    Cousin Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. later wrote a book, Framed , about his belief that his cousin was wrongfully convicted and spent 11 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit. The court decided that Skakel's trial lawyer, Michael Sherman , was so incompetent when he represented him in 2002 that it violated his right to a fair trial.
  • US stops financing Syria's White Helmets

    US stops financing Syria's White Helmets

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    The US has frozen funding to the Syrian White Helmets civil defence unit, less than two months after praising the group's efforts during a meeting with them in Washington, CBS News has reported . The White Helmets, formally known as the Syrian Civil Defence, are a 3,000 volunteer rescue force that have saved the lives of some 70,000 people since the war began.
  • Long-odds horses who could make a Run for the Roses

    Long-odds horses who could make a Run for the Roses

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    I realize that gambling on horse racing is what makes the sport go. Decisions, decisions: who to leave in, who to leave out? As per usual, the Derby field sits at 20 three-year-old thoroughbreds. And with only three races under his belt, running in a packed field of 20 might be a bit new to him. "The yet-unnamed colt had a drop-dead gorgeous conformation, plus a first-class mind, as evidenced by how he handled the Keeneland sale experience", the Kentucky Derby reported in a story on its ...
  • Tamil Nadu: Travel allowance for NEET aspirants

    Tamil Nadu: Travel allowance for NEET aspirants

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    Muruganantham said that local transportation in Rajasthan is very poor compared to Tamil Nadu and there is a language barrier. Mint was unable to contact the student. "In case instructions are not complied with, CBSE may allot the centres different from the choice given or cancel the candidature". The apex court accepted the CBSE's plea thereby putting Tamil Nadu candidates in a spot.
  • Bautista to join Braves Friday

    Bautista to join Braves Friday

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    The former Toronto Blue Jay hit.256 with a.768 OPS in 12 games with for Class A Advanced Florida and Triple-A Gwinnett. It was a remarkable rise for Bautista with the Blue Jays, given that he was a 28-year-old journeyman with stints in Baltimore, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, and Tampa Bay on his resume before he arrived north of the border.
  • Honduras migrants: Thousands to lose United States protected status

    Honduras migrants: Thousands to lose United States protected status

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    Up to 57,000 people could be forced to leave the United States by 5 January 2020, when their temporary protected status (TPS) will be revoked. President Donald Trump - who wants to curtail legal immigration and has been cracking down broadly on illegal immigration - and his supporters note that the protections were never meant to be permanent.
  • Los Angeles Angels vs. Baltimore Orioles

    Los Angeles Angels vs. Baltimore Orioles

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    Mike Trout and Pujols both homered in the first, and Upton drove in four runs while the Angels earned their second straight win following a 3-9 skid. He has yet to face the Angels this year and only made one start against them in 2017 (1-0, 2.57 ERA and 10 strikeouts across seven innings). "I don't know if you can look at our offense and say we pounded the ball", Angels manager Mike Scioscia said.
  • Mom angry after sons pulled from college tour — APNewsBreak

    Mom angry after sons pulled from college tour — APNewsBreak

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    But the brothers did not receive the warm welcome they were expecting. "This was their dream school, and I wanted to give them that opportunity", the mother, Lorraine Kahneratokwas Gray, said . In the university's statement that was signed by three vice presidents - from the departments of enrollment, diversity and student affairs - the school said, "This incident is sad and frustrating from almost every angle, particularly the experience of two students who were here to see if this was a ...
  • Kansas bill grants protection to faith-based adoption agencies

    Kansas bill grants protection to faith-based adoption agencies

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    The 63-58 vote sends the bill to the Senate, which is expected to take it up Friday. Supporters of HB 2481 in Kansas and SB 1140 in Oklahoma say the primary issue is protecting the rights of groups to live out their faith. One legislator almost had to be removed from the chambers following his protest of the bill. Greg Treat, mirrors similar laws recently passed in Virginia, Michigan, South Dakota, Texas and elsewhere.
  • Nine-year-old girl raped by 60-year-old neighbour in Guntur

    Nine-year-old girl raped by 60-year-old neighbour in Guntur

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    Guntur: The incident of rape of a nine-year old girl by a 50-year-old rickshaw puller in Dachepalli town of the district that rocked the State for the past two days, perhaps found poetic justice with the body of the accused found hanging by a tree near Daida village on Friday.
  • Arab Israelis demonstrate in support of Gaza protesters

    Arab Israelis demonstrate in support of Gaza protesters

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    Dozens of Palestinians were wounded by Israeli gunfire on Friday as thousands returned to the Gaza border for a sixth week of protests that have seen almost 50 demonstrators killed. The protests take place at a time of growing frustration as prospects for an independent Palestinian state look poor. While the peace talks are stuck, Israel, which withdrew settlers and soldiers from Gaza in 2005 after a 38-year occupation, has expanded its settlements in the occupied West Bank.
  • Time and place set for Kim Jong Un summit, Trump says

    Time and place set for Kim Jong Un summit, Trump says

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    Trump, a former reality TV star who likes to build suspense about upcoming presidential news, did not give a date or location for the North Korea summit and White House officials did not immediately provide further clarity. North Korean defectors in South Korea have made a decision to challenge an agreement between the two Korean leaders banning the launch of propaganda leaflets across the border and have called for a day of action on May 5.
  • 53Remains of Two 19th Century Merchantmen Found During MH370 Search Identified

    53Remains of Two 19th Century Merchantmen Found During MH370 Search Identified

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    Analysis showed the coal was probably from Britain, a Western Australian Museum report said. Ships searching for the wreckage of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have made an unexpected find in the Indian Ocean. But he said research into lost ships was incomplete, so determining the exact identity of the vessels themselves was hard. "The evidence points to the ship sinking as a result of a catastrophic event such as an explosion, which was common in the transport of coal cargoes", ...
  • Trump woos NRA gun lobby in Dallas

    Trump woos NRA gun lobby in Dallas

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    Kennedy was fatally shot in downtown Dealey Plaza". The president says to cheers, "we're all fighting battles but I love fighting these battles". White House press secretary Sarah Sanders later said " the door isn't closed " for a White House push for raising the age of gun purchases, but added that Trump's focus is "pushing through things we know have broad support" in the Republican-controlled Congress.
  • Opening in October: Toyota Research Institute Automated Vehicle Test Facility

    Opening in October: Toyota Research Institute Automated Vehicle Test Facility

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    The new centre, located in the U.S. state of MI, will aim to recreate high-risk driving situations which are too unsafe to be tested on real roads. Toyota's site is located within the grass infield of the high-speed oval, and Mr. The new test center will give the flexibility to customize driving scenario. The facility will be designed inside the park's 1.75-mile oval test track, and TRI also will have access to other on-site facilities and services.
  • Gloria Williams, woman who kidnapped baby Kamiyah, will testify at sentencing hearing

    Gloria Williams, woman who kidnapped baby Kamiyah, will testify at sentencing hearing

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    Williams spoke about the day she told Mobley her real name was Kamiyah and she was abducted. The attorney said she has obtained a new Social Security card and is in the process of getting a driver's license under her new name. "It definitely wasn't logical, but for what I was thinking at that time, it seemed right". Down in my heart she still is my child. Facing a tough cross-examination from prosecutors, Williams admitted that she put the newborn in a bag when she left the hospital ...
  • Man dies while trying to take selfie with bear

    Man dies while trying to take selfie with bear

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    Nabaranpur: An attempt to click an adventurous selfie pushed a man in Odisha to his death after he was mauled to death by a bear with whom he was reportedly trying to click a picture in the state's Nabaranpur district on Wednesday evening. A video of the incident, shot by his fellow passengers, has gone viral. Last year, the dating app Tinder had to ban the use of selfies with a live tiger, which had become popular.
  • Oklahoma Senate Passes Bill Making it Easier to Carry Guns

    Oklahoma Senate Passes Bill Making it Easier to Carry Guns

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    The Oklahoma State Senate has approved a measure that would allow citizens to carry firearms without any kind of permit. They also won't have to take 16 hours of firearms safety training now required before carrying a gun in public. Some legislators criticized the constitutional carry amendment because it circumvents state gun regulations, but the bill easily passed both chambers.
  • Anil Kapoor's wax statue gets a makeover ahead of Sonam's nuptials

    Anil Kapoor's wax statue gets a makeover ahead of Sonam's nuptials

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    After all, Sonam Kapoor has single-handedly changed the face of Indian fashion and she has always been on top of her game. Sonam also opened up about her groom's wedding style and said she likes "a little bit of matchy-matchy things, but there just has to be an element of that".
  • Caputo says special counsel interview was intimidating

    Caputo says special counsel interview was intimidating

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    Trump again called the special counsel investigation into whether his campaign colluded with Russian Federation to interfere in the 2016 elections a "witch hunt" and suggested that is why his attorneys have advised him against sitting down for an interview.
  • BJP's Dalit outreach in UP a pretence: Congress

    BJP's Dalit outreach in UP a pretence: Congress

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    BJP leaders are continuously committing embarrassing gaffes at a crucial time when the party is trying to establish itself as pro-Dalit outfit. If someone has been assigned two places, he says no, I want to go to four. "The whole village (Lohagadh in Aligarh district) is inhabited by Dalits". Suresh Rana triggered a controversy after he reportedly brought with him his own food and water at a dinner hosted at a Dalit household here.
  • Can This Stock Price Climb The Ladder: Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ:COST)?

    Can This Stock Price Climb The Ladder: Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ:COST)?

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    About 448,753 shares traded. Analysts await Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ:COST) to report earnings on May, 24. COST outperformed by 3.14% the S&P500. Howe & Rusling Inc. now owns 2,123 shares of the retailer's stock worth $349,000 after acquiring an additional 893 shares during the last quarter. On Wednesday , January 24 BMO Capital Markets maintained Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ:COST) with "Buy" rating .
  • Judge Wants to See Unredacted Memos Directing Mueller Probe

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    House Republicans have also sought the full document, though the Justice Department previously released a redacted version, which includes information related to Manafort but not much else. Mueller has requested 70 blank subpoenas in preparation for Manafort's July 10 Virginia trial. "Those leads that we investigate will help us understand who he knew, who he was paid by and who handled any money", Dreeben said.
  • Four found dead in Grand Forks home

    Four found dead in Grand Forks home

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    What comes next, Zimmel said, is a "whole lot of interviewing, evaluating evidence". "We're not used to things like this happening, so when it does it has an impact on people". Volk, who said on social media that she worked at Cirrus Aircraft, said the family was getting help from food pantries. Grand Forks County court documents show a collection agency won three civil judgments totaling about $3,750 against an Astra F.
  • Zeman Says Czech Republic Produced, Destroyed Small Amount Of Novichok Last Year

    Zeman Says Czech Republic Produced, Destroyed Small Amount Of Novichok Last Year

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    Its amount was insignificant. "There is the conclusion that Novichok was produced and tested here, though in a small quantity and then it was destroyed", Zeman said. There is no Novichok anywhere on the Czech territory at present. He said that the substance destroyed after testing. Russian Federation claims that Novichok could have originated from the Czech Republic.
  • Friday weather will bring wild mix of strong winds, sunshine, rain

    Friday weather will bring wild mix of strong winds, sunshine, rain

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    It starts at 11 a.m. and runs through 6 p.m. today. For more specific information for your county, head to our Weather Alerts page . Saturday looks dry and sunny with highs in the mid 70s. Winds will diminish late this evening as a high pressure ridge moves in. Winds of this magnitude can cause minor property damage without extra precautions.
  • Man standing outside library trips suspect fleeing police

    Man standing outside library trips suspect fleeing police

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    Bill, who has a walking stick, said he thought the suspect had a lead on the officers and so made a decision to help them out. That move likely saved the 18-year-old suspect's life. As the 18-year-old had a "lengthy criminal record", according to the police, he was taken to jail. "Community involvement, be it by courage, bravery and/or fancy footwork, helped take a criminal off the streets of Columbus", said the police.
  • Mystery of serial high school pooper solved after weird CCTV revelation

    Mystery of serial high school pooper solved after weird CCTV revelation

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    Officials monitored the area, and apparently witnessed the 42-year-old Tramaglini as he defecated. According to NJ.com , Tramaglini was busted around 5:50 a.m. May 1 when he was arrested. Tramaglini is superintendent of schools in the nearby district of Kenilworth, "reportedly earning almost $150,000 (£110,000) per year as head of the local education authority", says Sky News .
  • Man stunned after trying to have sex with vehicle

    Man stunned after trying to have sex with vehicle

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    When the man failed to respond to orders to stop, officers used a stun gun to subdue him. Doctors have removed of a 132lb (60kg) ovarian tumour from a woman in CT. He was taken to the emergency room as the result of "his odd behavior", due to a.35 blood alcohol level and possible drug use. "He was so impaired we could not take him to jail".
  • PTI will curb misuse of laws against political leaders: Imran Khan

    PTI will curb misuse of laws against political leaders: Imran Khan

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    On Sunday, the former cricket star who became Pakistan's chief opposition leader - and now seeks to become the country's next prime minister - launched his party's campaign for the July elections. Commenting on the recent issue on women, he said that N-League has never given respect to women. The PTI chairperson claimed the Sharifs did not even spare Pakistan Peoples Party's Nusrat Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto.
  • Lieberman is not accepted Abbas's anti-Semitic speech

    Lieberman is not accepted Abbas's anti-Semitic speech

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    Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon sent a letter to the Security Council calling for a condemnation of "anti-Semitic" remarks by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas apologized for his comments earlier this week at a major Palestinian meeting. The U.N.'s special coordinator for the Middle East peace process, Nickolay Mladenov, said in a statement that "leaders have an obligation to confront anti-Semitism everywhere and ...
  • AMU students on indefinite sit

    AMU students on indefinite sit

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    Amid a controversy over a Pakistan founder Muhammed Ali Jinnah portrait missing from Aligarh Muslim University's (AMU) students union hall, Section 144 has been imposed and the internet services have been suspended in Aligarh on Friday.
  • Crude oil prices rose backed by geopolitical risks

    Crude oil prices rose backed by geopolitical risks

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    US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were 25 US cents higher at US$68.18 per barrel. The Energy Information Administration reported that USA crude inventories rose 6.22 MMbbl last week, compared with a 1.23-MMbbl gain estimated in a Bloomberg survey.