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President Duterte has previously admitted to throwing a man out of a helicopter, and shooting people while mayor of Davao. "I don't care about human rights, believe me". The US leader is likewise expected to reaffirm Washington's unwavering commitment and friendship with the Philippines, which got badly strained by Duterte's frequent cursing of Trump's predecessor.
  • NZ's Ardern, Canada's Trudeau meet at sidelines of ASEAN Summit

    NZ's Ardern, Canada's Trudeau meet at sidelines of ASEAN Summit

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    The young leaders have a lot in common both personally and professionally, in terms of the issues New Zealand and Canada are focused on. In comments before the meeting Trudeau said the two had a lot of issue to discuss where they had shared values including a progressive trade agenda, climate change and oceans or "redeveloping a feminist worldwide development policy".
  • Trump slams 'haters' over US-Russia ties, takes dig at Kim Jong

    Trump slams 'haters' over US-Russia ties, takes dig at Kim Jong

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    He stressed the importance of China's role, and said the relationship between U.S. president Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping was "quite good". The extraordinary outburst came shortly after Trump contradicted his own intelligence agencies by saying he believes Russian President Vladimir Putin's claim that the Kremlin did not attempt to interfere in the 2016 election.
  • Stabbing at Mall of America, suspect arrested

    Stabbing at Mall of America, suspect arrested

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    At least three people reportedly were stabbed at Mall of America in Bloomington shortly before 7 p.m. on Sunday. When the victim returned to the fitting room, he confronted the thief, who stabbed him, Potts said. The Macy's was closed as a result of the incident. Though she didn't see the reported stabbing, she said she heard a man scream, "He got me, he got me", and saw people fleeing the area.
  • Macron: France Sold Two Military Ships to UAE

    Macron: France Sold Two Military Ships to UAE

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    During his visit to the United Arab Emirates on Thursday, Macron suggested amending the JCPOA. While Iran denies allegations it provides weapons to the rebels, Macron said the missile was " obviously " Iranian, echoing United States claims.
  • PM arrives in Manila for 31st ASEAN Summit and related meetings

    PM arrives in Manila for 31st ASEAN Summit and related meetings

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    Leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and their counterparts from outside the region have gathered in the Philippine capital for the ASEAN summit and other meetings set to begin Monday. This is the first Prime Ministerial visit to the Philippines from India in 36 years since the visit by Indira Gandhi in 1981. During his bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the recently concluded Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Da Nang, ...
  • LDF meet entrusts CM to decide on Chandy's resignation

    LDF meet entrusts CM to decide on Chandy's resignation

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    The LDF met on Sunday to decide Chandy's fate, but could not take a decision as the NCP state committee would meet on Tuesday to discuss the resignation of Chandy, the richest member in the Assembly. "So, there is no need for him to resign at present", Peethambaran told reporters. Chandy, who also attended the meeting, lost his temper a couple of times and locked horns with CPI leaders.
  • Abe pushes for early entry into force of TPP trade deal

    Abe pushes for early entry into force of TPP trade deal

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    The challenge for Canada and Mexico is that both TPP nations are also in the midst of renegotiating the North American free-trade agreement with the USA, meaning that numerous same issues are in play at the two separate negotiating tables. The TPP negotiations originally included the United States, but U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew from the talks. Heading into the APEC summit, some countries had expected an agreement.
  • Korean Navy, 3 US Carriers to Conduct Joint Drill

    Korean Navy, 3 US Carriers to Conduct Joint Drill

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    Meanwhile, North Korea's foreign ministry spokesperson, on Saturday, said in Pyongyang that Trump's current trip to "our surrounding region" is a warmonger's visit for confrontation to rid the DPRK of its self defensive nuclear deterrence.
  • British woman to go on trial for alleged drug smuggling

    British woman to go on trial for alleged drug smuggling

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    Tramadol is legal in the United Kingdom with a prescription but banned in Egypt, where it is used recreationally as a substitute for heroin. Her family had been told she could face up to 25 years in jail for drug trafficking, with one lawyer even mentioning the death penalty.
  • Ambulance staff helping patient left angry note by driver

    Ambulance staff helping patient left angry note by driver

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    Later, West Midlands Ambulance Service took to Twitter to share a photograph of the heartless not, along with the caption: "Sometimes we just don't know quite what to say". Just a day later, WMAS say someone banged on the side of an ambulance asking for it to move as they couldn't get their vehicle out. A feckless motorist demanded paramedics who were treating a heart attack patient to move their ambulance out of the way because it was blocking their drive.
  • Nepal Stun India in U-19 Asia Cup Cricket

    Nepal Stun India in U-19 Asia Cup Cricket

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    Man-of-the-match, Airee's defiance with the bat and ball, single-handedly propelled Nepal to victory over the Indian . However, Thakuri perished for 36 runs after trying to up-the-ante caught and bowled by Abhiskhek Sharma in the 28th over.
  • 16 killed as boat capsizes in Krishna river in Andhra

    16 killed as boat capsizes in Krishna river in Andhra

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    Local fishermen swung into action and rescued 15 passengers, the Press Trust of India reported. "The boat was overloaded with 38 people and majority were not provided life jackets". The National Disaster Response Force personnel joined divers in the rescue operation, which was hampered due to the darkness after sunset. Search and rescue operation is still on.
  • UK Foreign Secretary Speaks To Husband Of British Woman Jailed In Iran

    UK Foreign Secretary Speaks To Husband Of British Woman Jailed In Iran

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    Concern over her physical and mental health is growing, and neither Ms Zaghari-Ratcliffe nor her husband has had access to their daughter, who is being looked after by her grandparents in Iran. The London Mayor added: "I think it is important that Boris Johnson clarifies the huge error". Speaking during his own appearance on the Andrew Marr Show , Gove launched a defense of his Cabinet colleague before issuing a bizarrely non-committal response to the host's question of why he thought ...
  • Trump adviser Stephen Miller interviewed in Mueller probe

    Trump adviser Stephen Miller interviewed in Mueller probe

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    Other such interviews are likely to follow - Mueller's office has expressed interest in speaking with McGahn and communications director Hope Hicks. A separate memo produced by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offered reasons for the dismissal that were unrelated to the Russian Federation inquiry, though Trump has elsewhere indicated that the matter played a role in his decision to fire Comey.
  • Shootout at NC Strip Club Ends With 1 Dead, 4 Injured

    Shootout at NC Strip Club Ends With 1 Dead, 4 Injured

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    Littlejohn said Markeese Dewitt, 23, of Fayetteville has been charged with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury. "The deceased was shot by an assailant who was escorted out of his club". Authorities are still investigating. The government will provide all help to the family of the Indian-American motel owner, who was shot dead in the US, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Sunday.
  • Trump deflects on whether Roy Moore should quit Senate race

    Trump deflects on whether Roy Moore should quit Senate race

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    This despite The Washington Post reporting Thursday on a detailed account of a woman who says Moore initiated sexual contact with her when she was 14 and he was 32 . Even if Moore formally drops out of the race, it's too late for his name to be taken off the ballot. The Alabama Senate election is on December 12, a little more than 30 days away.