• Priyanka Chopra trolled again for her outfit!

    Priyanka Chopra trolled again for her outfit!

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    In the video, Priyanka showed the tricolor wrapped around her neck like a scarf. The video got many likes but also landed her at the receiving end of hate. instead of coming home. The actress shared the news of her return on her Instagram account, where she posted a cute picture with her pet. This is not the first time that Priyanka has been subjected to incessant trolling.
  • 3rd Australian minister could be fired over dual citizenship

    3rd Australian minister could be fired over dual citizenship

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    Like Mr Joyce, Senator Nash has advice from the Solicitor-General suggesting she will be cleared by the High Court so is refusing to quit Cabinet or refrain from voting in the Senate until her fate is resolved. A fourth, lower house MP, David Gillespie, is facing a court challenge over the pecuniary interest provision of Section 44, while Senator Barry O'Sullivan is also under pressure over an alleged pecuniary interest.
  • Iran, Turkey Opposed to Kurdish Independence Plan in Iraq: Top General

    Iran, Turkey Opposed to Kurdish Independence Plan in Iraq: Top General

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    The harshest statement against the referendum came from the Iraqi government, claiming that the referendum is not constitutional and would create more problems for the country. The key post-referendum issue is not whether a "yes" vote will alter official Iraqi borders or the status quo, but rather how Kurdish parties′ competition for political relevance can incite conflict among Kurds or other sub-state groups.
  • Michael Keenan: Justice Minister faces questions over potential British citizenship

    Michael Keenan: Justice Minister faces questions over potential British citizenship

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    Fairfax is also reporting that Labor has a hit list of eight potential dual citizens in the government it will use if the government, as threatened, starts referring Labor MPs to the High Court over citizenship doubts. His colleague Matt Canavan resigned his ministerial post after it was revealed his mother applied for an Italian passport on his behalf. NZ Prime Minister Bill English confirmed Mr Joyce was automatically given citizenship via his father under a more than 50-year-old law.
  • US General Says Trump Has Final Say on Unilateral Korea Strike

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    The US and North Korea have been engaged in heated verbal sparring since Trump warned Pyongyang that it faced " fire and fury " if it continued to threaten the US and other countries with its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. "At least North Korea must stop further provocations before it can be ready for dialogue". However, Beijing is increasingly frustrated with Pyongyang and joined in approving UN Security Council sanctions on August 5 over the North's nuclear program.
  • Trump's business panels collapse after president's remarks on Charlottesville

    Trump's business panels collapse after president's remarks on Charlottesville

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    But Trump's initial refusal to name the specific hate groups that rallied in Charlottesville moved the other CEOs to walk away while extolling diversity and tolerance as company values. " Racism and murder are unequivocally reprehensible and are not morally equivalent to anything else that happened in Charlottesville ", Morrison said in a statement.
  • PM lauds economic reforms in I-Day speech

    PM lauds economic reforms in I-Day speech

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    There will be no type of softness against terrorism", he said, adding, "We are committed to restoring Kashmir's status of heaven on earth. "His Government has cut healthcare budget and the hospital could not buy oxygen cylinders for the babies", Rahul said in Bengaluru .
  • Fate of three orphaned children of slain Australian ISIS fighter unclear

    Fate of three orphaned children of slain Australian ISIS fighter unclear

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    This is not the first time Sharrouf's death has been reported. "They were obviously awful people, atrocious parents and to take their children into that warzone ... Then in May this year, Sharrouf posted a picture of his six-year-old son holding up his right index finger in front of an apparently dead body hung from a cross with plastic cable ties.
  • City of Baltimore removes Confederate statues in the middle of the night

    City of Baltimore removes Confederate statues in the middle of the night

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    He had moved up the announcement of his city's efforts after the Charlottesville violence. A protest of the monument's removal spurred the white nationalist rally that ultimately turned violent Saturday. Pugh said that she did not anticipate a legal challenge but that the city would fight any lawsuit that was filed. The fourth statue, the Confederate Women's Monument, was dedicated in 1917.
  • Trump ramps up Guam assurances over N. Korea threat

    Trump ramps up Guam assurances over N. Korea threat

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    At least Trump's words reflect a desire to do - or at least say - something different after three decades of bipartisan failure on North Korea. During that war, Japan occupied Guam until US forces helped liberate it. With its latest threat, North Korea is suggesting it could launch four missiles which could potentially overwhelm the THAAD missile defense system and strike near Guam.
  • Seoul: US will not attack without our consent

    Seoul: US will not attack without our consent

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    The statement put South Korea at odds with the USA, its long-time ally, given that President Donald Trump and his team have taken a combative approach towards Pyongyang . "The people worked together to rebuild the country from the Korean War, and we can not lose everything again because of a war", Mr Moon said in a nationally televised news conference.
  • House Dems call for ouster of three White House advisors

    House Dems call for ouster of three White House advisors

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    Trump's critics to dismiss Mr. Bannon", as he has "become a major liability". On Steve Bannon's role: "I've said that [I think he's a leaker]". As to the question about the politics within the White House , Scaramucci claimed that there is a lot of backstabbing and in-fighting to garner the president's favor.
  • US, China reach deal to reduce miscalculation

    US, China reach deal to reduce miscalculation

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    Moon Jae-in ruled out a military option to resolve the standoff with the North Korea. Tensions between Pyongyang and Washington over the North's missile tests escalated last week when North Korean military threatened to fire missiles toward the United States territory of Guam, and President Trump said a military option was on the table.
  • Merck CEO quits Trump manufacturing council after Charlottesville response

    Merck CEO quits Trump manufacturing council after Charlottesville response

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    Many members openly voiced their criticism while a joint statement by the members of the Strategic and Policy Forum read, that 'intolerance, violence, and racism have no place in the country and are an affront to core American values.' The Strategic and Policy Forum has notable CEO's like Indra Nooyi CEO PepsiCo, Mary Barra CEO General Motors, Doug McMillon CEO Walmart, Jamie Dimon CEO JP Morgan who were led in the protest by Stephen Schwarzman, CEO of Blackstone making sure their protests ...
  • Indians-Twins washed out; will play doubleheader Thursday

    Indians-Twins washed out; will play doubleheader Thursday

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    The Kansas City Royals are 5½ games back. But, the Twins still only trail the Angels by a half game in the chase for the final AL Wild Card spot. 27-7What Cleveland has outscored opponents by during its five-game winning streak. After giving up five runs in back-to-back outings, Carrasco got back on track in his last start at Tampa Bay, carrying a no-hitter into the seventh inning and striking out 10 over eight scoreless frames.
  • Three 2000-year-old sarcophagi discovered in Egypt

    Three 2000-year-old sarcophagi discovered in Egypt

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    Head of the Ancient Egyptian Antiquities Sector Dr Ayman Ashmawy labelled the discovery " very important ". Archaeologists working on a site in southern Egypt have discovered three tombs more than 2,000 years old containing a collection of stone coffins of "various shapes and sizes".
  • Malala gets admission into Oxford University

    Malala gets admission into Oxford University

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    In March, she revealed she had received an offer to study the three subjects at a United Kingdom university, on condition of achieving three As in her A-levels. She was later flown to the United Kingdom for treatment and the family settled in Birmingham, where Malala was offered a place at the fee-paying Edgbaston High School for Girls.