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They said a decision to walk away would undermine Western credibility, particularly with North Korea. Zarif made the remarks on Saturday in an interview with Fareed Zakaria of the American media Cable News Network (CNN). Darroch said May told Trump that the United Kingdom supports the deal because "it's about our national security, we think we are more secure because of the deal", and he said she presented to Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson "ways we ...
  • Euro slips after German election result

    Euro slips after German election result

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    Merkel's Christian Democratic Union party bloc was the clear victor with 33.2 percent, nearly 10 points less than five years ago and its worst result since 1949. "For us it is very clear that the voters have given us the task of going ahead as the strongest party in opposition", said Manuela Schwesig, a deputy party leader.
  • First Female Marine Graduates Infantry Officer Course

    First Female Marine Graduates Infantry Officer Course

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    Robert Neller said in a press release Monday. The 13-week course is considered one of the toughest in the USA military, and one-third of the class dropped out before graduation. Women were previously technically barred from combat, but thousands of American servicewomen saw fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq nonetheless. He also praised the woman and the others who graduated in a Twitter post .
  • Ruling allows part of Texas sanctuary cities bill to go into effect

    Ruling allows part of Texas sanctuary cities bill to go into effect

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    The law was scheduled to take effect September 1, but a district judge granted a preliminary injunction two days before that would stop it from going into effect while the federal lawsuit was pending. It will specifically allow the part of the law requiring local governments to comply with federal immigration detainer requests to go into effect. The court held that the word "limit" could be too broadly interpreted and left a decision on that up to the subsequent panel.
  • West Signals It's Wary of Iran's Ballistic Missile Test

    West Signals It's Wary of Iran's Ballistic Missile Test

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    Iran said it did not expect Washington to abandon the agreement. President Hassan Rouhani said Friday at a military parade that Iran would strengthen its missile program without seeking any country's permission. Rouhani said the United States and Israel have isolated themselves by opposing the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and the other major powers.
  • Human case of West Nile Virus discovered in Iberia Parish

    Human case of West Nile Virus discovered in Iberia Parish

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    West Nile virus is spread to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. Less than 1 percent of people infected with the virus get seriously ill with symptoms that include high fever, muscle weakness, stiff neck, disorientation, mental confusion, tremors, confusion, paralysis and coma.
  • EU Considers Warm Words But No UK Deal at October Meeting

    EU Considers Warm Words But No UK Deal at October Meeting

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    In a fiery appearance Mr Davis said there were now "no excuses" for his counterpart to block progress in the talks given the reassurances provided by Theresa May's keynote Florence speech. During a press conference shortly before Mr Davis' arrival the Frenchman was also in bullish mood about a proposed transitional period, insisting it is Britain that is asking for one not the EU.
  • Planned Parenthood, ACLU of IN win legal challenge on abortion law

    Planned Parenthood, ACLU of IN win legal challenge on abortion law

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    A federal judge permanently struck down key portions of Indiana's controversial 2016 anti-abortion bill. "Before viability, the state's interests are not strong enough to support a prohibition of abortion or the imposition of a substantial obstacle to the woman's effective right to elect the procedure", Pratt said .
  • US sends bombers over North Korean coast

    US sends bombers over North Korean coast

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    The verbal missiles fired between the two leaders last week were intercontinental and have stoked fears that the DPRK will take further action that Trump will consider provocative enough to require more than a tweeted response. Sanders said it is "never appropriate" to shoot down another nation's aircraft in worldwide waters and the administration plans to continue to protect the area.
  • Venezuela Spurns Travel Ban, Calls US Major 'Rights Violator'

    Venezuela Spurns Travel Ban, Calls US Major 'Rights Violator'

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    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said the administration's decision to include Venezuelan officials on a travel ban is a form of "political and psychological terrorism". Washington this year has issued several rounds of sanctions against Venezuelan officials, partly in response to the creation of a legislative superbody called the Constituent Assembly that critics call the consolidation of a dictatorship.
  • Archaeologists Find Secrets Of Out How Ancient Pyramid Of Giza Was Built

    Archaeologists Find Secrets Of Out How Ancient Pyramid Of Giza Was Built

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    The structure dazzled onlookers for thousands of years and remained the tallest man-made construction on Earth until the Middle Ages. Discovery of an ancient scroll of papyrus has been made in the seaport Wadi Al-Jarf, this finding is providing new understandings regarding the role played by boats in the construction of the pyramids, as per a Mail Online report.
  • White House says 'absurd' to claim war declared on N Korea

    White House says 'absurd' to claim war declared on N Korea

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    It's claiming it has the right to "shoot down" USA planes, even if they're in worldwide airspace. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the US hasn't "declared war" on North Korea. "The whole world should clearly remember it was the USA who first declared war on our country", told reporters. "Given the fact that this comes from someone who is now holding the seat of (the) United States presidency, this is clearly a declaration of war", the foreign minister said.
  • Iran displays S-300 air defense missile system to public

    Iran displays S-300 air defense missile system to public

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    Israel's Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Saturday that the missile test was "not just a provocation and an act of defiance directed at the US and its allies, including Israel, it is also further proof of Iran's aspirations to become a world power and to threaten not just the Middle East but all the countries of the free world".
  • North Korea asserts its right to shoot down U.S. bombers

    North Korea asserts its right to shoot down U.S. bombers

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    North Korea's foreign minister said Monday morning that President Trump's latest statement was "a declaration of war" against his country. I want to first apologize to the schoolyard bullies: I am sorry they sullied your craft; with any luck you can think of and used more original names than dotard and rocket man - maybe Mr.
  • Agnelli banned for a year, set to appeal

    Agnelli banned for a year, set to appeal

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    The prosecutor had initially demanded that the FIGC ban Agnelli for two-and-a-half years, a fine of €50,00 as well as Juventus to play two games behind closed doors and the Curva Sud to be sealed off. Speaking in March, Agnelli insisted the fans he met with had never engaged in any criminal activity and that there was nothing clandestine about his behaviour.
  • GOP Health Care Bill Gets Hearing Amid Passage Doubts 05:06 Download

    GOP Health Care Bill Gets Hearing Amid Passage Doubts 05:06 Download

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    John McCain (R-Ariz.) announced that he wouldn't support the bill. Bad, really bad. The authors of this bill, Senators Graham and Cassidy, are pushing it very hard and very fast. The plan would create a framework through which the 50 states would get block grants to design health coverage initiatives for people now covered on Obamacare exchanges and under the law's Medicaid expansion.
  • Magnitude-6.1 aftershock rocks Mexico days after deadly quake

    Magnitude-6.1 aftershock rocks Mexico days after deadly quake

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    About 40 buildings were toppled, more than 180 damaged beyond fix and another 3,800 significantly damaged on Tuesday in Mexico City , where at least 165 people have died, part of a total death toll that rose Saturday to 303. Mancera also said Saturday night on Twitter that almost 17,000 people have been "attended to" at 48 shelters, though it's not clear how many of those are being housed there.