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Organizers said about 1.5 million people from across Greece and the Greek diaspora gathered in Syntagma Square waving flags and chanting "Hands off Macedonia", "Macedonia is Greek" and "We won't leave until we are vindicated". Greece and Macedonia have been feuding over who gets to use the name since Macedonia's independence from Yugoslavia in 1991. The government has said the rallies will not affect its determination to solve the longstanding dispute in order to enhance stability in the ...
  • Venezuela Peace and Unity Agreement 'Ready to Sign': Maduro

    Venezuela Peace and Unity Agreement 'Ready to Sign': Maduro

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    The widely expected move comes after the constituent assembly abruptly announced elections would be held within the first four months of this year. "If he wants to step aside and let someone else follow through on that, that's fine, but our view is you must return to the constitution, and that's what we hope Venezuela ultimately will do".
  • India restricts Australia to 216

    India restricts Australia to 216

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    He faced 102 balls for his 101 runs that had eight boundaries and three sixers. With in-form batsman and player of the tournament Shubman Gill (31) he added 60 runs for the second wicket and the writing was already on the wall by then. However, once it emerged that India will play arch-rivals Pakistan in the semis, a great many experts predicted that Shaw and Co. will find it tough getting past their neighbors.
  • PLO could withdraw recognition of Israel

    PLO could withdraw recognition of Israel

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    In 1993, as part of the Oslo Accords, the PLO recognized Israel's right to exist in peace, accepted United Nations Security Council resolutions, and "rejected" "violence and terrorism". The PLO's Executive Committee released a statement after a three-hour meeting Saturday saying it would set up a committee to study the derecognition move.
  • MSP Airport expects record number of flyers for Super Bowl

    MSP Airport expects record number of flyers for Super Bowl

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    According to the poll , which surveyed 900 adults from January 13-17, 48 percent of those who answered said they would convince a child who wanted to play football to play another sport because of concerns about concussions. Brands have become so self-consumed with their own ad campaigns that Jennifer Garner is sharing the story of her Capital One endorsement on screen with her father , while Nationwide has convinced itself that people want to see faux studio sessions of Peyton Manning and ...
  • Why striking North Korea first is a very bad idea

    Why striking North Korea first is a very bad idea

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    But in a move that seemed aimed at easing tensions and after months of persuasion from Seoul, the North last month said it would send its athletes to the Winter Olympics, due to kick off in the South on Friday. "Would you expect your military to be prepared for the contingencies that might come if somebody blinks", Thomas continued, "I think your answer is yes".
  • Strong winds and snow will bring impacts to Colorado on Sunday

    Strong winds and snow will bring impacts to Colorado on Sunday

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    The District of Columbia, portions of central, northern and southern Maryland, as well as and portions of central and northern Virginia are affected. "Visibility will be reduced to under two miles at times due to precipitation and fog". Snow changes to rain this afternoon for many towns. This storm could bring some accumulation to the Front Range. "In these locations, 2-4" of snow is possible.
  • Abe seeks safe operations of USA military aircraft

    Abe seeks safe operations of USA military aircraft

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    Instead, it seeks to isolate, economically throttle and intimidate the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, demanding the government give up its nuclear and missile programs. "The RCMP has assigned Security Liaison Officers to the Canadian Team, and they continue to monitor security measures and arrangements at Games and liaise with the South Korean authorities to assist with security recommendations to the Canadian Olympic Committee".
  • Frittelli, Campillo lead as Westwood lurks in Malaysia

    Frittelli, Campillo lead as Westwood lurks in Malaysia

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    Another Indian in the fray, Khalin Joshi , who is Shubhankar's roommate this week, finished in a share of fifth place alongside Japan's Ryo Ishikawa , Hideto Tanihara , Nino Bertasio and world number 47 Dylan Frittelli of South Africa. "A lot of Japanese guys are up there, a few other Spanish guys, Jorge played great today with me and I'm not sure if we will be drawn together tomorrow but I'm excited to mix it up", said Frittelli , who shot six birdies.
  • 33 athletes to represent Ukraine at Winter Olympics

    33 athletes to represent Ukraine at Winter Olympics

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    During yesterday's call, Trump wished Moon and the Korean people a successful Winter Olympic Games. As he has before, Trump criticised past administrations for not acting more forcefully on North Korea, though he did not specify whether he meant shutting down the nation's nuclear weapons program or dealing with human rights violations, or both.
  • Abe asks Trump to ensure safety in Okinawa

    Abe asks Trump to ensure safety in Okinawa

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    Speaking with Moon, Trump wished him and the South Korean people a successful Winter Olympic Games, which kick off in PyeongChang this coming Friday, and "reiterated his commitment to addressing the trade imbalance between the two countries", the statement said.
  • Train Derails Between New York and Miami: Two Dead, 50 Injured

    Train Derails Between New York and Miami: Two Dead, 50 Injured

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    At least two people were killed and more than 50 people were injured early Sunday morning when an Amtrak train derailed after colliding with a freight train in SC. The representative included that Palmetto Health Center additionally got patients, however the quantity of patients and the wounds managed is misty.
  • Vast network of hidden Maya cities discovered under Guatemala jungle

    Vast network of hidden Maya cities discovered under Guatemala jungle

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    It revealed a pre-Columbian civilization - complete with interconnected homes and farms - that was far more complex than most Mayan experts had previously believed, according to the report . LiDAR technology uses laser light to densely sample the surface of the earth. The project has produced the largest LiDAR data set ever obtained for archaeological research.
  • Saudi Arabia announces $2 bn bailout for Yemen government

    Saudi Arabia announces $2 bn bailout for Yemen government

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    The State Department successfully delivered the cranes to Hudaydah, Yemen, to offload aid supplies shipped there, the Washington Examiner reports . Saudi Arabia 's King Salman ordered a deposit of $2 billion to be paid into Yemen's central bank on Wednesday to shore up the weak Yemeni currency, the Saudi government said.
  • Here's Your President, Demonstrably Lying About His TV Ratings

    Here's Your President, Demonstrably Lying About His TV Ratings

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    They're rapists". President Donald Trump is calling on Senate Republicans to bring his immigration framework to a vote. A six-page summary of Trump's plan, which was widely but unofficially distributed a week ahead of his speech, indicates that Trump is envisioning a significant shift of financial responsibility.
  • Indian sailors, ship missing

    Indian sailors, ship missing

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    It was carrying 13,500 tonnes of petrol worth $8.1 million (Rs 51.95 crore). A Panama flag merchant ship went missing on Thursday with 22 Indian crew members including two from Kerala. They are now conducting search operations. A Panama-registered ship of MT Marine Express , which went missing off the coast of Nigeria almost three days back, is yet to be traced.
  • HAMILTON 7s: Fiji wins in nail biting semi-final

    HAMILTON 7s: Fiji wins in nail biting semi-final

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    A second half comeback saw the Fiji team sweep past series leaders South Africa 24- 19 in the tournament final . Laidlaw gave his side a mixed review following a strong opening day of the Hamilton sevens . The hosts then hit back after Fiji twice lost the ball and an initial break from Regan Ware stretched their defence, New Zealand switched the play, and Sam Dickson scored in the corner.
  • TTP bombing kills 11 troops in Swat Valley

    TTP bombing kills 11 troops in Swat Valley

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    According to ISPR, the attack occurred in Kabal town of Swat district, almost 10 kilometres from Mingora city, where a suicide bomber blew himself up near military unit sports area. Expressing deep grief and condolences with the bereaved families, the prime minister said the coward terrorist enemy is no match for the valiant sons of the soil.
  • US President Trump meets with North Korean defectors in Oval Office

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    Trump noted that Ji now lives in Seoul and has devoted his life to rescuing other defectors. Abe and Trump agreed that their countries will use the opportunity to reaffirm the importance of close cooperation among Japan, the United States and South Korea in dealing with North Korea .
  • US Home Speaker Paul Ryan deletes $1.50 tax minimize acquire tweet

    US Home Speaker Paul Ryan deletes $1.50 tax minimize acquire tweet

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    House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) is learning that Twitter can be a cruel place. Or that hers could have gone up a lot more if you had given them a lot less? Ryan deleted the tweet after it was widely dragged. Ryan's office did not immediately return CNN's request for comment. While it's hard to be sure, since President Donald Trump refuses to release his income tax records, The Washington Post has written that he stands to save millions of dollars through the bill he promoted and ...
  • Bypolls results: Counting in Rajasthan, West Bengal begins, security beefed up

    Bypolls results: Counting in Rajasthan, West Bengal begins, security beefed up

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    The BJP has been in power in Rajasthan for the past 15 years but has lost considerable popularity recently over the spate of violence and crimes, indicating a chance for Congress to edge into the state. The Gujarati asmitha that helped BJP in the second phase of the Gujarat polls will not be a factor in Rajasthan. In the assembly constituency of Mandalgarh, the victor was Congress's Vivek Dhakad.
  • UN agency asks Arab nations for funds after USA aid cut

    UN agency asks Arab nations for funds after USA aid cut

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    The committee will continue work with the global community to ensure achieving the Palestinian rights and to curb the repercussions of the decision, said Safadi. In his speech, Safadi said that the USA decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital "is political and does not entail any right nor changes any longstanding legal status" indicating that only nine countries out of the 193 United Nations members voted against the "international consensus on Jerusalem".
  • 4400-year-old tomb of Egyptian priestess found

    4400-year-old tomb of Egyptian priestess found

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    In the images, she is standing in scenes of hunting and fishing, as well as in an image receiving offerings from her children. Archaeologists discovered a 4,400-year-old burial-place or Tomb, close to the pyramids on the outskirts of Egypt's capital, Cairo.
  • FBI misled court to spy on Trump aide, memo claims

    FBI misled court to spy on Trump aide, memo claims

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    The Democrats' memo is 10 pages long compared with Nunes' 4 1/2-page memo . But while the Republican-led House Intelligence Committee voted to declassify the Republicans' memo, they also voted to not release the Democrats' memo. The Republican memo released by Congress is displayed on a journalist's computer screen at a newsroom in Washington DC, on February 2, 2018 . Afterwards, Trump continued to dismiss the intelligence community's finding that Russian Federation had sought to ...
  • Trump accuses justice dept, Federal Bureau of Investigation of bias, releases memo

    Trump accuses justice dept, Federal Bureau of Investigation of bias, releases memo

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    Q13 News reached out to Washington Republican Reps. Neither responded to an interview request. "Sally Yates, then-Acting DAG Dana Boente, and DAG Rod Rosenstein each signed one or more FISA applications", the memo reads. He said it was "hard to say" when that would be, as "we're going to have to go through and scrub it again". "The Comey Memos, at least for now, will remain in the hands of the Special Counsel and not the public ", the judge's opinion said.