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Critics say that numerous killings have been outside of the scope of law. There were conflicting messages from the presidential palace on Duterte's whereabouts, however. China refused to accept the court's ruling. He was due to attend several public events in Manila on Tuesday evening. By granting a writ of continuing mandamus, the petitioners said the court would be able to "ensure that respondents perform their ministerial duties" as spelled out in the 1987 Constitution and various ...
  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan says Manchester United are focused on winning Champions League

    Henrikh Mkhitaryan says Manchester United are focused on winning Champions League

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    The Frenchman was rested during United's 1-0 win at Southampton over the weekend with this game in mind, you sense. One of the most recognizable players in CSKA Moscow - Igor Akinfeev has been a mainstay between the sticks for the Army Men since 2003 for the senior tea, having played his entire career at the Russian club clocking up over 500 official appearances.
  • IPOB: US, EU positions irrelevant, immaterial to Nigeria - Presidency

    IPOB: US, EU positions irrelevant, immaterial to Nigeria - Presidency

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    In the same vein, the Federal high court also proscribed the group on the request of the Nigerian government, a verdict which is being challenged by the group. The army had given reasons for pronouncing IPOB a terrorist organization to include that the group's members used stones, molotov cocktails, machetes and broken bottles, among others on a military patrol.
  • Tillerson heads to China as North Korea tension rises

    Tillerson heads to China as North Korea tension rises

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    Newly released figures the Beijing's General Administration of Customs show imports of 1.6 million tonnes of DPRK coal valued at over USD$130 million. Beijing said on August 14 it would comply with those sanctions. While China has been angered by North Korea's repeated nuclear and missile tests and has signed up for increasingly tough United Nations sanctions against Pyongyang, it has also said efforts must be stepped up to resume talks.
  • In smartphones will improve the accuracy of Global Positioning System

    In smartphones will improve the accuracy of Global Positioning System

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    Broadcom's new chip, the BCM47755, is able to make use of the "L5" signal and has been specifically created to use low power for use in smartphones. Broadcom has announced that it is working on a Global Positioning System chip that is able to work with a new type of Global Positioning System satellite to achieve accuracy on the order of about 30 centimeters.
  • Interpol approves Palestinian membership bid

    Interpol approves Palestinian membership bid

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    The Israeli Foreign Ministry, which opposed membership of Palestine, demanded that vote be postponed for at least one year. He also reiterated Palestine's "commitment to upholding its obligations and contributing to fighting crime and furthering the rule of law".
  • Saudi Arabia to allow women to drive in historic decision

    Saudi Arabia to allow women to drive in historic decision

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    Saudi Arabia has announced it will allow women to drive as of June next yearWhy were women banned from driving in Saudi Arabia ? It's just the start to end long-standing unjust laws [which] have always considered Saudi women minors who are not trusted to drive their own destiny.
  • Yash Raj Films brings Tiger Shroff and Hrithik Roshan sharing in screen

    Yash Raj Films brings Tiger Shroff and Hrithik Roshan sharing in screen

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    On this auspicious occasion of Mr. Yash Chopra's birth anniversary, Yash Raj Films announced its new venture that brings together Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff for the first time. We can't wait for Hrithik versus Tiger! You are my Guru. #HrithikVsTiger ", wrote Tiger Shroff, to which Hrithik responded, "A Guru will always have that one trick, he doesn't teach his student.
  • Explosion at Ukraine ammunition depot 'is sabotage'

    Explosion at Ukraine ammunition depot 'is sabotage'

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    Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman arrived at the site shortly after midnight to coordinate the emergency response, his office said. "This is the arsenal of the Ukrainian army, and I think it was no accident that it was destroyed", Groysman said in televised remarks from the site.
  • Indian Army conducts counter-terror op along Myanmar border

    Indian Army conducts counter-terror op along Myanmar border

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    It said that firefight occurred along the Indo-Myanmar border at 0445 hours. It added that a few media reports of casualties suffered by the Army were factually incorrect. "No casualties suffered by Indian Security Forces", said the eastern army command. The Army reiterated that it had not crossed the worldwide border to carry out this operation.
  • No 'sufficient progress' in Brexit talks so far: EU's Tusk

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    After meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May , Tusk said he believed Britain had finally abandoned an unrealistic "having a cake and eating it" approach to Brexit . Meanwhile, Barnier, the EU's chief negotiator, said on Monday that to discuss the United Kingdom entering a transition period was "currently not part of my mandate", but reasserted the EU's position that all the rules of the single market must be followed during any transition.
  • 'Newsworthiness' Comes First: Why Twitter Allows Trump's Belligerent Messages

    'Newsworthiness' Comes First: Why Twitter Allows Trump's Belligerent Messages

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    Just heard the Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at U. N. If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won't be around much longer! It says the policy has been internal, but its public-facing rules will be updated to reflect it. We need to do better on this, and will. Twitter is committed to transparency and keeping people informed about what's happening in the world. Twitter has been subject to continued criticism over how it handles tweets from the president that some consider ...
  • Ex-Thai leader sentenced in absentia to 5 years in prison

    Ex-Thai leader sentenced in absentia to 5 years in prison

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    The court ruled Yingluck was guilty of mismanaging a rice subsidy scheme, that caused Thailand $US8 billion ($A10 billion) in financial losses. She has allegedly fled the country and her whereabouts are still unknown. When she fled, the court confiscated her bail of 30 million baht ($900,000). Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra talks to a reporter on January 3.
  • USA slaps sanctions on North Korean banks, executives

    USA slaps sanctions on North Korean banks, executives

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    Mr Trump said war would be "devastating" for Pyongyang - but stressed it was not the preferred option. "If we have to take it, we will", he said. Joint Chiefs Chairman General Joe Dunford, testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee, added that in terms of "overall military capability", he thought Russian Federation still posed the greatest threat, but that in less than 10 years, China would pose the biggest overall military threat.
  • Corbyn backs McDonnell over

    Corbyn backs McDonnell over "war games" for run on the pound

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    Our dedicated coverage of Labour's policies and personalities, internal debates, selections and elections relies on donations from our readers . This has gone some way to deliver a more balanced distribution of profit between the public and private sector while maintaining the government's commitment to private sector involvement in infrastructure and services.
  • Police Capture Boko Haram Commander In Ondo

    Police Capture Boko Haram Commander In Ondo

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    According to the spokesman, Idris Ibrahim Babawo, a top Boko Haram commander, is identified as number 156 in the Boko Haram wanted list. The Boko Haram kingpin was said to have been apprehended at about 2p.m that Sunday. The Nigerian Army has confirmed the arrest of a wanted Boko Haram terrorist, Idris Babawo, in Ondo State. Our correspondent learnt that the 42 year-old Babawo, who hails from Katagum Local Government Area of Bauchi State, fled from Sambisa Forest in the North-East before ...
  • Twitter cites 'newsworthiness' as reason for not removing threatening Trump tweet

    Twitter cites 'newsworthiness' as reason for not removing threatening Trump tweet

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    The company also said it is " committed to transparency and keeping people informed about what's happening in the world ". On Saturday, U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers from Guam, along with U.S. The tweet also angered Twitter users who wondered why Trump's tweet was not deemed to have contravened the social media firm's rules governing violence or the promotion of violence " including threatening or promoting terrorism ".
  • Experts reveal what a U.S. war with North Korea would look like

    Experts reveal what a U.S. war with North Korea would look like

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    US President Donald Trump is war of words with North Korea , leading to tensions between the two nations rising. And he ended his brief remarks by saying: "The question of who won't be around much longer will be answered then". Defence Secretary James Mattis, speaking in India yesterday, said the U.S. wants to keep engagement with North Korea in the diplomatic realm for as long as possible.
  • Florida woman arrested in 'killer clown' cold case

    Florida woman arrested in 'killer clown' cold case

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    Investigators believe that Sheila Warren, then Sheila Keen, shot Marlene Warren in the face at her home in Wellington, Fla. on May 26, 1990. Now, almost three decades later, police say they've identified the killer clown: Sheila Keen Warren, 54, who later married Marlene Warren's widower, Michael Warren .
  • Jerry Jones Locks Arms With Cowboys Players, Takes Knee Before National Anthem

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    He has also urged fans to boycott games if the protests continue. According to ESPN, the game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals had the best ratings for "MNF" this year. But many critics have said that the protest shows disrespect to the national anthem and the USA itself. Villanueva came out today and said he felt he made his coach and his team look bad by standing by himself during the anthem.
  • Cowboys, Jerry Jones kneel on field before anthem on 'MNF'

    Cowboys, Jerry Jones kneel on field before anthem on 'MNF'

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    Across social media, the reactions to the Cowboys' demonstration came fast. The Arizona Cardinals stood, arms linked in the south end zone . Instead of kneeling during the American national anthem, as dozens of players had done over the weekend, the Cowboys briefly did so beforehand, filing onto the field alongside owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett .