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The Maxim Integrated Products, Inc . exchanged hands with 2600247 shares compared to its average daily volume of 2.62M shares. Investmentaktiengesellschaft Fuer Langfristige Investoren Tgv increased its stake in Tripadvisor Inc ( TRIP ) by 221.13% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC.
  • Complaint over Narendra Modi's 'language' during Karnataka election rally

    Complaint over Narendra Modi's 'language' during Karnataka election rally

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    Union Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore censured the Congress as Rahul Gandhi's party trailed at 72 seats according to latest trends of the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 at 1:16 pm. I am very proud that the prime minister of country does not hesitate to take on any kind of challenge. Such discourse, whether in public or private, is unacceptable conduct.
  • Man goes on racist rant at NYC eatery

    Man goes on racist rant at NYC eatery

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    If he was so offended because the waiter was speak in Spanish only because of a native person spoke to him in Spanish, why don't he start waitering and he won't have that issue and family stop getting Spanish nannies and stop getting Spanish people to farm and.
  • Waffle House Hero Says Donald Trump's Phone Call Was

    Waffle House Hero Says Donald Trump's Phone Call Was "Lackluster"

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    The family of a man killed in the Waffle House shooting has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the father of the suspected gunman. "The conversation was a little lackluster, to be honest with you", James Shaw Jr. Smith, of 3406 35th Ave., and Hall, of 2829 32nd Ave., have been charged with aggravated assault, shooting into a dwelling and shooting into a vehicle, Meridian police said.
  • Cladding fire risk for 12000 Queensland buildings

    Cladding fire risk for 12000 Queensland buildings

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    Setting out her proposals, Dame Judith said there was a "systemic problem" and called for a new regulator to be established. Mrs May told MPs at Prime Minister's Questions: "Councils and housing associations must remove unsafe cladding quickly".
  • Lahore's Orange Line Metro Train conducts trial run

    Lahore's Orange Line Metro Train conducts trial run

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    The chief minister aboard the metro train from the Islam Park station and participated in the test run that successfully concluded at Laxmi Chowk. Originally the completion of this project required 27 months but now it is expected to be completed by October 2019.
  • EU TO Defend Firms Against US Iran Sanctions - Macron

    EU TO Defend Firms Against US Iran Sanctions - Macron

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    A day before the start of the next summit of the European Union (EU), the head of the German government said that Iran sticks to the commitments of the pact, as recently confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). However, EU officials say there is no easy way to protect EU firms from U.S. sanctions and that it will take time for the bloc to devise what will likely be a complex mix of national and EU-level measures.
  • USA imposes sanctions on Hezbollah leadership

    USA imposes sanctions on Hezbollah leadership

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    Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the seven member nations of the Terrorist Financing and Targeting Center (TFTC), which include Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, the Sultanate of Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
  • Yair Netanyahu's anti-Turkey post draws ire

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    In response a spokesperson for Netanyahu's family said, "Yair Netanyahu is a private individual and his Instagram account is private". In Yair's image, the crescent replaced the letter "c" in the word 'f*ck'. This isn't the first time Netanyahu's son has invited controversy. Both leaders have been roundly criticised by groups for human rights violations: Mr Erdogan for state-sponsored violence against Kurdish communities and Mr Netanyahu for his policies toward the Palestinians.
  • Jobs under threat as Mothercare set to close stores across the UK

    Jobs under threat as Mothercare set to close stores across the UK

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    The list of stores set to close have not yet been announced. Shares in Mothercare PLC surged Thursday after the baby products retailer announced a GBP113.5 million funding plan and restructuring of its United Kingdom store portfolio. Brutal trading conditions are also partly responsible for the collapse of Toys R Us UK, electricals group Maplin and drinks wholesaler Conviviality.
  • Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan to set up Nile dam study

    Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan to set up Nile dam study

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    They were returning to the capital, Addis Ababa, from the factory, a government statement said. Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt have agreed to set up an independent scientific research team on the controversial Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).Once completed, with a generation capacity of 6,450MW, GERD will be the largest hydro-power plant in Africa.
  • Trump calls undocumented immigrants 'animals'

    Trump calls undocumented immigrants 'animals'

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    Senate Bill 54 , or the California Values Act, prohibits state and local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration agents without a court order and creates safe zones around schools, courts and hospitals. "The concept (of sanctuary laws) that we are even talking about is so ridiculous, " the president said. "We're looking for the people who are criminals", Christianson said.
  • 'Death by China' Navarro said to be kicked out of trade talks

    'Death by China' Navarro said to be kicked out of trade talks

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    Both officials spoke on condition of anonymity. The White House pinned focus of the talks to "rebalancing the United States-China bilateral economic relationship". But the status of these meetings remains in flux, one senior administration official said, and more names could be added, particularly if Trump intervenes.
  • Australia jobless rate ticked higher in April, job additions beat estimates

    Australia jobless rate ticked higher in April, job additions beat estimates

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    Unemployment rate increased by 0.1 pts to 5.6%. There was a 32,700 lift in full-time workers across the country, partially offset by a 10,000 fall in part-time employment. Ms Hunter expected jobs growth to remain subdued for at least the rest of 2018, given weak retail figures in the March quarter and the coming downturn in residential construction.
  • Pitt-Penn State game goes national

    Pitt-Penn State game goes national

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    It's the first announced time of the 2018 season for the Nittany Lions. This will be a new-look Penn State team as the Nittany Lions return 13 starters but replace plenty of old faces with fresh ones across teh roster. The Nittany Lions will host reigning Big Ten champion Wisconsin in October during Homecoming weekend. Penn State won on the final play, 21-19. ROSEMONT, Ill.
  • Oldham MP welcomes action on Fixed Betting Terminals

    Oldham MP welcomes action on Fixed Betting Terminals

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    These machines are a social blight and prey on some of the most vulnerable in society, and we are determined to put a stop to it and build a fairer society for all. Changes to the stake will need to be brought through leglislation and will need to be approved by parliament. The government said the Gambling Commission would also toughen up protections around online gambling such as stronger age verification rules and proposals that require operators to set limits on gamblers' spending ...
  • White House blames Hamas for Gaza deaths

    White House blames Hamas for Gaza deaths

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    Gaza's Health Ministry says the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli army fire near the Gaza border has reached 37. Alexander quoted a statement from France's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian calling on Israeli authorities "to exercise discernment and restraint in the use of force that must be strictly proportionate".
  • Malaysian aviation body protests AirAsia's claim of pressure

    Malaysian aviation body protests AirAsia's claim of pressure

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    Najib was ousted by former leader Mahathir Mohamad in a shock election result last week. Fernandes's apology did not seem to placate investors, as according to Reuters , shares in AirAsia tumbled almost 10 percent on Monday before closing down 5.4% in the first trading session after markets opened for the first time since the election.
  • Wildfire ignites near Tunkwa Lake

    Wildfire ignites near Tunkwa Lake

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    The blaze was reported in at about two hectares in size. According to them, all appear to human-caused, which has led to a public reminder to exercise caution while outdoors. The fire is located on Tunkwa Lake Road, and it was phoned into the B.C. Wildfire Service on Tuesday afternoon. Marla Catherall, communications assistant for the BC Wildfire Service, said there are no structures being threatened at this time and 40 fighters are on site with air support "actioning" the blaze.
  • Brighton homeless bus to visit Royal Wedding

    Brighton homeless bus to visit Royal Wedding

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    The leader of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead provoked an outcry in January when he tweeted about "an epidemic of rough sleeping and vagrancy in Windsor ". But we help other countries when there's enough British people who need help'. People from all over the world are in town for the big wedding day. Lawson Mountstevens, Managing Director of Star Pubs & Bar, who run 2,900 venues nationally, said: "Pubs have always held pride of place for national celebrations like royal ...
  • 10 airline employees busted in Dallas-Fort Worth Airport drug trafficking sting

    10 airline employees busted in Dallas-Fort Worth Airport drug trafficking sting

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    No actual drugs, firearms or explosives were smuggled onto flights as part of the investigation, authorities confirmed. Officials say the individuals managed to help transport 66 kilograms of the counterfeit narcotics. The suspects would also act as "look-outs" or engage in counter-surveillance to undermine police presence. Cox said no real meth was provided or transported during the investigation.
  • White Woman Calls Police on Black Real Estate Investor Inspecting House

    White Woman Calls Police on Black Real Estate Investor Inspecting House

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    Checking out of an Airbnb . When the police showed, they backed the black guy. He was pulling a board off the boarded-up home's front down when a woman next door came outside. Hayes told the officers that he was uncomfortable staying at the property by himself. A police report on the confrontation was not filed because "no criminal act was committed", Lt.
  • Fairfield, Calif., mother faces nine additional felony counts of child abuse

    Fairfield, Calif., mother faces nine additional felony counts of child abuse

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    All of this allegedly took place inside a bright, gable-roofed, four-bedroom house that looks from the outside as well-kept as the rest of those on the cul-de-sac. Stories about the alleged abuse came out gradually in interviews with the children over the past six weeks and eight of the children told professionals about incidents dating back several years, authorities said.
  • Swachh Survekshan 2018: Nagpur awarded India's Best City in 'Innovation & Best Practices

    Swachh Survekshan 2018: Nagpur awarded India's Best City in 'Innovation & Best Practices

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    In cities, table-topper Indore is followed by Madhya Pradesh capital Bhopal , while Union Territory of Chandigarh stands at the third place in the national-level category. Based on the performance in Swacch Survekshan, 2018, it has been made a decision to confer awards 29 cities/ cantonment boards at National Level, 20 cities at Zonal Level and 3 states having the best performance in the urban areas.
  • Pipeline backstop lifts Canadian dollar

    Pipeline backstop lifts Canadian dollar

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    Kinder Morgan has dropped all non-essential spending on the $7.4 billion pipeline twinning that would increase bitumen transport between Edmonton and Burnaby and wants assurances it can proceed with construction by May 31. He wouldn't elaborate when asked if he's had discussions with other parties: "I've been engaged in discussions with Kinder Morgan ..." The finance minister noted that any federal support for the project must be "sound and fair and beneficial" to Canadians.
  • Tennis star goes on racket-smashing rampage to umpire's chair

    Tennis star goes on racket-smashing rampage to umpire's chair

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    Greece's Maria Sakkari claimed the first Top 5 win of her career with a stunning 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 upset of No.6 seed Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic, to advance to the third round of the Internazionali BNL d'Italia on Wednesday. Pliskova's twin sister Kristyna, who is also a professional player, threw her support behind her sibling by calling out the horrendous umpire decision.
  • Doug Ford will cancel some business grants

    Doug Ford will cancel some business grants

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    Cap and trade brought in about $2 billion in revenue past year, and the gas tax brought in about $2.7 billion. When asked whether he supports such programs, Ford said he will resort to the following means to promote business in Ontario - the fight against excessive bureaucracy, the reduction of tariffs for the electric power and attempts to eliminate the tax on emissions set by the Federal government.
  • DHS: Most Illegals at Border Don't Meet Criteria to Enter US

    DHS: Most Illegals at Border Don't Meet Criteria to Enter US

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    The bill passed in the House last summer. HHS operates more than 100 shelters across the nation for children seized at the border. The Associated Press, citing two government sources, said four US military bases in Texas and Arkansas may soon be used to house some of the children.
  • Warrants: Change of long name and symbol for Statoil (161/18)

    Warrants: Change of long name and symbol for Statoil (161/18)

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    This entails that 15 May 2018 is expected to be the last day of trading on Oslo Børs under the ticker “STL”. The proposal has already garnered support from all five unions representing Statoil employees, comprising Industri Energi, SAFE, NITO, Tekna and Lederne, as well as the Norwegian government, which is a majority shareholder in the company.
  • Right to Die Law Killed by Judge

    Right to Die Law Killed by Judge

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    While he did not base his decision on the merits of the law, Judge Daniel Ottolia of the Riverside County Superior Court agreed with the plaintiffs, represented by the Life Legal Defense Foundation (LLDF), that the legislation was not pertinent to the objective of the special session.
  • Gold rebounds as investors cover their shorts

    Gold rebounds as investors cover their shorts

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    Spot gold was up 0.2 percent at $1,320.45 per ounce, after marking the highest since April 26 at $1,325.96 in the previous session. The most active gold contract for June delivery plunged 27.9 USA dollars, or 2.12 percent, to close at 1,290.3 dollars per ounce.
  • Progressive challenger ekes out victory over former incumbent in Nebraska primary

    Progressive challenger ekes out victory over former incumbent in Nebraska primary

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    The 2nd District was the only truly competitive congressional seat in deep-red Nebraska, and this year the race for the Democratic nomination featured two well-funded candidates. Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts easily won his party's nomination, and Democratic voters chose State Sen. Ricketts ran against Krystal Gabel of Omaha, a registered Republican who has volunteered to create the Legal Marijuana Now Party of Nebraska.
  • Hamas Leader Admits Gaza Protests are Not Peaceful

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    In an interview with Al Jazeera , senior Hamas official Mahmoud al-Zahhar said "peaceful resistance" against Israel was "a clear terminological deception". Earlier on Tuesday, a spokesman for the Palestinian Health Ministry told Sputnik that Israeli forces killed 61 Palestinians in clashes in Gaza on Monday and wounded more than 2,700 others.
  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to meet European Parliament over privacy

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to meet European Parliament over privacy

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    The announcement comes just two days after Zuckerberg declined a similar invitation from members of Britain's Parliament, where the company's chief technology officer, Mike Schroepfer, endured hours of withering criticism amid questioning over the company's handling of advertising and data before the "Brexit" vote in June 2016.
  • DiNardo's cousin turns down plea deal, case heads to trial

    DiNardo's cousin turns down plea deal, case heads to trial

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    Instead, he says he'll challenge the charges at trial. "We're going to seek the death penalty against him, make no mistake about it", said Weintraub. Potash stated. "You have lived your entire life protected". In prison, you'll meet savage. Potash labeled the grisly murders "thrill killings" and called DiNardo a "wannabe".
  • Djokovic moving on at Italian Open

    Djokovic moving on at Italian Open

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    Djokovic has struggled to recover since his return from a six-month lay-off over a long-standing wrist injury, but could enjoy a good run in the Italian capital thanks to a favourable draw with Nikoloz Basilashvili or Filippo Baldi waiting in the second round.
  • President Kenyatta signs the Computer misuse and Cybercrime bill into law

    President Kenyatta signs the Computer misuse and Cybercrime bill into law

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    Such offences could land a culprit in jail for a term of not more than 10 years or be slapped with a Ksh.20 million fine or both. If found guilty, they may attract punishment of 2-years in prison and cash fine of shs5million. New York-based media rights watchdog the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) warned last week however that the bill could criminalize free speech, "with journalists and bloggers likely to be among the first victims if it is signed into law".