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A naval blockade against North Korea may be tough to implement in the region. In a tweet just after the photos were published, Michael Duitsman, a researcher at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies in Monterey, California, said: "This is very big missile".
  • Aj Teague Acquires 8250 Shares of Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD) Stock

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    It has underperformed by 5.59% the S&P500. Therefore 86% are positive. American Express Company had 85 analyst reports since July 23, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. Therefore 96% are positive. The company was downgraded on Thursday, August 18 by Morgan Stanley. Three investment analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating, thirteen have assigned a buy rating and one has given a strong buy rating to the stock.
  • Former Stanford Swimmer Brock Turner Files to Appeal Sexual Assault Convictions

    Former Stanford Swimmer Brock Turner Files to Appeal Sexual Assault Convictions

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    The former Stanford University swimmer who was convicted past year of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman - and spent only three months in jail - is appealing his convictions and requesting a new trial. He was released after three months. John Tompkins, Turner's legal adviser, said they were appealing because they believe what happened at the campus was not a crime and that the facts do not reflect the verdict.
  • Andhra Pradesh assembly approves Kapu reservation bill

    Andhra Pradesh assembly approves Kapu reservation bill

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    He said besides Indira Gandhi , Naidu had also betrayed late TDP chief and his father-in-law NT Rama Rao , calling the CM a serial "back stabber". Addressing the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly , Naidu said it is vital to get the Centre's permission as the stated five per cent exceed the total reservation of 50 per cent.
  • Russian Federation calls USA threat to destroy North Korea a 'bloodthirsty tirade'

    Russian Federation calls USA threat to destroy North Korea a 'bloodthirsty tirade'

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    Chinese oil supplies to the pariah state are its lifeline, which is why they have been the topic of negotiations between the US and China ever since Pyongyang started testing nuclear ballistic missiles. The country's sixth nuclear test came in September and its third test of an intercontinental ballistic missile on Tuesday. In the UNSC meeting, meanwhile, the Russian Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia called on Pyongyang to stop its nuclear and missile tests and urged the US and South Korea to ...
  • Scarlett Johansson makes public debut with new boyfriend Colin Jost

    Scarlett Johansson makes public debut with new boyfriend Colin Jost

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    Their first public outing comes after Colin opened up about the romance during an interview with Entertainment Tonight in September, gushing to the outlet about his "wonderful" new girlfriend. Scarlett has clearly moved on from ex-husband Romaine Dauriac, who is also the father of her daughter Rose, 3. "They're both very respectful of each other's careers and very supportive".
  • Littlehampton bank to close next year

    Littlehampton bank to close next year

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    The Pocklington Post understands that Lloyds accounts at the town's branch will transfer to the branch in Pavement, York, with Acomb and Driffield named as "alternative branches". Now 88 per cent of customers bank in other ways locally. NatWest, in a statement, gave its key reasons for the branch closure. It added: "Since 2012, we have seen the way people use NatWest Saffron Walden branch change dramatically".
  • Remains of Missing Veteran and Her Dog Found in Southern California Desert

    Remains of Missing Veteran and Her Dog Found in Southern California Desert

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    The remains were found while investigators used a cadaver dog to search an area called Cactus City near Interstate 10 and Box Canyon Road in San Bernardino County. Police wouldn't say what evidence found in the vehicle led them to believe she had been killed. Jon Jacobson, Julia Jacobson's brother, said his sister met Ware eight years ago and they married shortly afterward.
  • Trump on Flynn deal: 'There has been absolutely no collusion'

    Trump on Flynn deal: 'There has been absolutely no collusion'

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    Flynn pleaded guilty Friday to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about conversations with Russia's ambassador and disclosed that he is cooperating with the special counsel's office. "Nothing about the guilty plea or the charge implicates anyone other than Mr. Flynn". Last time we checked, K.T. McFarland is not Jared Kushner , whom Mueller has contacted in connection with the Russian Federation investigation.
  • US Defence Secy Mattis to visit Pakistan; heres whats on agenda

    US Defence Secy Mattis to visit Pakistan; heres whats on agenda

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    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will arrive in Pakistan for a day-long visit on Monday amid repeated failed efforts to reduce diplomatic tension between the two allies mainly on Afghanistan. Mattis had earlier visited India in September and the Pentagon said the United States views India as a valued and influential partner, with broad mutual interests extending well beyond South Asia.
  • India holds defending champions Australia to draw

    India holds defending champions Australia to draw

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    Though the Australians were down to 10 men India was not able to capitalise on the opportunity. India would rue the two clear chances missed by Gurjant Singh in the opening minutes of the match and the four penalty corners they squandered, but getting a point out of a tough campaign opener should be okay to stomach for coach Sjoerd Marijne and captain Manpreet Singh, who made his 200th worldwide appearance.
  • Pentagon withdraws plan to ban use of cluster bombs

    Pentagon withdraws plan to ban use of cluster bombs

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    That can lead to civilian deaths and injuries long after conflicts end. The Defense Department memorandum, obtained by CNN states , "The Department will retain cluster munitions now in active inventories until the capabilities they provide are replaced with enhanced and more reliable munitions", and calls the weapons "an effective and necessary capability".
  • Missing 3-year-old Mariah Woods believed dead; man arrested

    Missing 3-year-old Mariah Woods believed dead; man arrested

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    Officials have not located the girl. Earl Kimrey, 32, was taken into custody by investigators at the Onslow County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The boyfriend of missing 3-year-old Mariah Woods' mother has been arrested and charged in the disappearance of the North Carolina girl.
  • Suspect shot in Calif. hospital shooting

    Suspect shot in Calif. hospital shooting

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    Police say in a Facebook post Friday that officers are investigating the shooting at Bakersfield Heart Hospital. Officials locked down the hospital at about 5 p.m. Police said Friday in a Facebook post that officers have searched Bakersfield Heart Hospital and determined no one else had been shot. He did not see any gunfire but said he saw the shooter being placed on the stretcher outside of his window and being wheeled inside.
  • Russian Federation rejects U.S. call to cut ties with North Korea

    Russian Federation rejects U.S. call to cut ties with North Korea

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    Russian Federation has accused the United States of trying to provoke North Korean leader Kim Jong-un into "flying off the handle" over his missile programme to hand Washington a pretext to destroy his country. President Donald Trump asked his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, to cut off oil supplies to the North. Analysts point out Pyongyang will never give up its nuclear weapons in the face of what it sees as an existential threat from the US.
  • 'Israeli missiles' hit military position near Damascus

    'Israeli missiles' hit military position near Damascus

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    Earlier this month, the BBC reported that Iran is building a permanent military base in Syria, within a compound used by the Syrian military near Al-Kiswa. On a visit to Damascus in October, Iran's military chief warned Israel against breaching Syrian airspace or territory. Iran has provided critical support to President Bashar Al Assad's military in fighting Syrian rebels and Islamic State militants.