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Australian carrier TPG Telecom Ltd.is set to enter the market as Singapore's fourth mobile-network operator after making a successful bid for spectrum previous year. Adding another S$39.90 to it means users can pay S$108.80 a month for an all-in plan for data, voice and SMSes. The supplementary plan costs SGD10.70 a month for each line.
  • Japan wants to consider various responses to North Korea -Suga

    Japan wants to consider various responses to North Korea -Suga

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    The UN Security Council unanimously imposed on Monday an eighth set of sanctions on North Korea after its latest nuclear test, banning it from trading in textiles and restricting oil imports. Security Council. The Foreign Secretary will also chair a meeting on Libya with the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General for Libya, Ghassan Salamé, US Secretary of State Tillerson, Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, ...
  • US Virgin Islands tourism: MAYDAY - did you forget us?

    US Virgin Islands tourism: MAYDAY - did you forget us?

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    And Jose could produce up to an inch of additional rainfall on the island of Anguilla throughout the evening, which "will maintain any ongoing flooding", the hurricane center said. "It will be done quickly, it will be done well and it will be done better", he said. A Downing Street spokeswoman said: "We believe that we were swift to respond and we continue to get humanitarian aid to people in desperate need".
  • Boris Johnson hails Anguilla's response to Hurricane Irma

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    Downing Street has said the prime minister, Theresa May, is frustrated with rules set by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) that exclude British overseas territories like Anguilla, Turks and Caicos and British Virgin Islands from receiving money from the aid pot.
  • South Korea deploys U.S. anti-missile launchers amid protests

    South Korea deploys U.S. anti-missile launchers amid protests

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    China said on Thursday that it had lodged a diplomatic protest with South Korea following its announcement that it would increase deployments of a U.S. If they succeed, North Korea would be humiliated and possibly driven to escalate the situation in other ways. He and May agreed to continue work on "increasing diplomatic and economic pressure on North Korea ".
  • Trump restates 'both sides' claim in Charlottesville blame game

    Trump restates 'both sides' claim in Charlottesville blame game

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    In Berkeley, California, violence erupted on August 27 when a small group of masked antifa and left-wing protestors attacked right-wing demonstrators. A statement from Scott's office criticized Trump's reiteration Thursday. Scott agrees with the president that antifa "is bad and should be condemned".
  • Trump uses London incident to defend travel ban

    Trump uses London incident to defend travel ban

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    There were 18 people injured, with most suffering flash burns.There will be an increased police presence on London as the incident is investigated. The president then segued into a rant about how his proposed "travel ban" for multiple Muslim-majority countries should have been even "larger" than it already is, while also attacking "political correctness" for preventing him from being "tougher".
  • Rohingyas : Mayawati urges Centre to Adopt humanitarian approach

    Rohingyas : Mayawati urges Centre to Adopt humanitarian approach

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    Earlier this week, the United Nations' high commissioner for human rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein had criticised India for wanting to deport Rohingya refugees. It has also sought a direction that Rohingyas be provided "basic amenities to ensure that they can live in human conditions as required by global law".
  • IPOB Clash: Abia State Imposes Curfew In Aba

    IPOB Clash: Abia State Imposes Curfew In Aba

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    The governor said only pre-existing military checkpoints will remain in the state as he will continue intervention talks with President Mohammadu Buhari on the deployment of soldiers to the state for Operation Python Dance II. More than one million people died, majority Igbos, from the effects of war, starvation and disease. However, he warned members of IPOB to "henceforth desist from spreading false rumours capable of throwing our state into disorder", warning that, "Not even one of them ...
  • Citizens Financial Group, Inc. (CFG), KKR & Co. LP (KKR)

    Citizens Financial Group, Inc. (CFG), KKR & Co. LP (KKR)

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    Citadel Advsrs Limited Com holds 0.1% or 2.90 million shares. Citizens Financial Group (NYSE:CFG) last issued its earnings results on Friday, January 20th. Breithorn reported 217,261 shares stake. Amf Pensionsforsakring Ab holds 864,557 shares or 0.36% of its portfolio. Ca stated it has 0.64% of its portfolio in C.H.
  • 'Such a small number' died in Hurricane Irma

    'Such a small number' died in Hurricane Irma

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    And asked by CNN's Jake Tapper Wednesday about why he thinks studying climate change is a waste of money, given the recent destruction in Texas, Florida and elsewhere, Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney said the government remains focused on helping victims and " there is plenty of time later on to have those discussions , and I know that we will because climate change is a clearly a big topic for the media".
  • USA extends Iran sanctions relief while bemoaning behavior

    USA extends Iran sanctions relief while bemoaning behavior

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    At the same time, President Donald Trump said that Iran is violating "the spirit" of the Iran nuclear deal and the U.S. Treasury announced new cyber-related sanctions on about a dozen Iranian individuals or entities. "We have to consider the totality of Iran's activities and not let our view be defined exclusively by the nuclear agreement", he told a news conference in London.
  • ICICI Lombard's IPO is now open: What should you do?

    ICICI Lombard's IPO is now open: What should you do?

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    Its life insurance arm ICICI Prudential had raised Rs 6,000 crore through an IPO earlier in the current year. The offer comprises sale of up to 8.62 crore equity shares of the company, representing about 19% of its equity share capital for cash, through an offer for sale by ICICI Bank and FAL Corporation.
  • Possible American citizen fighting for ISIS surrenders, Pentagon says

    Possible American citizen fighting for ISIS surrenders, Pentagon says

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    US Marine Corps Major Adrian Rankine-Galloway told the news station the citizen was 'legally detained by Department of Defense personnel as a known enemy combatant, ' while it's unclear how long the individual was involved in the ploy. 'The Coalition's mission is to defeat ISIS in Syria and Iraq, and we will pursue ISIS fighters regardless of nationality'. According to a report from NBC News , Seamus Hughes of the George Washington University Program of Extremism mentioned that out of ...
  • Iraq MPs votes to oust Kirkuk governor

    Iraq MPs votes to oust Kirkuk governor

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    During an interview with Kurdistan 24, Karim said that a 2008 Iraqi law clearly states that "the Prime Minister of Iraq has the authority to remove any governors in Iraq", with the exception of Kirkuk "due to the province's special status".
  • Irma kills 3 in SC and 2 in Georgia

    Irma kills 3 in SC and 2 in Georgia

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    Nathan Deal lifted a mandatory evacuation order for six coastal counties. The street flooding hit scattered cities including Jacksonville and Orlando in Florida, in parts of Charleston, South Carolina and on Tybee Island off Georgia's coast.
  • Trump says his tax cuts are not for the rich

    Trump says his tax cuts are not for the rich

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    The President has a special connection to the state because of his beloved Mar-a-Lago club, and he told locals: "I just want to tell you that we are there for you 100%". "We're going to be with you tomorrow and we're going to be with you until Florida rebuilds bigger and better than ever before". Trump, eager to be seen as in charge of disaster response, also traveled twice to Texas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
  • A quick, easy-to-read rundown on the Myanmar crisis

    A quick, easy-to-read rundown on the Myanmar crisis

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    Former US Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights Tom Malinowski said he was "very sad" about Suu Kyi's response to the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar, CNN reported . Ali told diplomats that unofficial sources had put the Rohingya death-toll from the latest unrest in Rakhine at around 3,000, amid reports of the burning of Rohingya villages and extrajudicial killings by Myanmar's security forces and Buddhist mobs.
  • Rio Ferdinand gives advice to Man United signing: 'Copy Chelsea legend'

    Rio Ferdinand gives advice to Man United signing: 'Copy Chelsea legend'

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    Rio Ferdinand has told Romelu Lukaku to emulate Chelsea legend Didier Drogba by scoring "big goals in big games" for Manchester United . " Manchester United are title contenders", he said . And he has been an effervescent force in the Premier League, claiming four goals in as many games whilst scoring on his Champions League debut against FC Basel.
  • Trump praises Florida for Irma effort

    Trump praises Florida for Irma effort

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    The group's president, Stewart D. McLaurin, says it is "pleased to be honored by the White House for the work we undertake". The three will then head to nearby Naples to visit with hurricane victims. "Because of that, more than ever, we now need great tax reform and great tax cuts", the President added, as urged Democrats to join his push for the first major tax reform effort since 1986.