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The accountability court had granted an exemption to Nawaz Sharif from attendance until December 11, while his daughter Maryam Nawaz was exempted until December 15. They said that PML-N is confident about its victory in the upcoming general elections as reflected in the recent statements of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and his Cabinet Ministers.
  • North Korea 'directly responsible' for massive WannaCry cyberattack, says US

    North Korea 'directly responsible' for massive WannaCry cyberattack, says US

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    U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urged North Korea on Friday to carry out a "sustained cessation" of its weapons testing to allow talks about its missile and nuclear programmes. Some researchers have said they believed WannaCry was deployed accidentally by North Korea as hackers were developing the code. It also requires governments and businesses to cooperate to mitigate cyber risk and increase the cost to hackers.
  • The Pentagon admits it had a secret UFO program

    The Pentagon admits it had a secret UFO program

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    Former senate majority leader and retired Nevada lawmaker Harry Reid was AATIP's catalyst, earmarking over $20 million of the defense department's budget to fund it. "I've done something that no one has done before". "It was determined that there were other, higher priority issues that merited funding, and it was in the best interest of the DoD to make a change", a Pentagon spokesman, Thomas Crosson, said in an email.
  • Leicester 16 Munster 25: Tigers pay heavy penalty

    Leicester 16 Munster 25: Tigers pay heavy penalty

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    George Ford opened the scoring in just the second minute with a penalty but the Tigers were soon penalised at the other end and Keatley levelled from the tee. Murray marauded his way past three Leicester players en route to the tryline. Leicester's constant infringements were eventually punished by referee Mathieu Raynal as Dan Cole, after conceding his fifth penalty, was shown a yellow card.
  • WWE Announces Women's Royal Rumble Match

    WWE Announces Women's Royal Rumble Match

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    Stephanie then asked the women if they want to make history once again, and she officially announced the first ever WWE all women's Royal Rumble match . The match was made official Monday night during Raw . This is going to be great, and I can't wait for every minute of it! Now, to cap off 2017, Stephanie McMahon announced to the world that for the first time ever, the Women of the WWE will compete in their own Royal Rumble match.
  • South Korea, Japan talks to pivot toward funding missile defence systems

    South Korea, Japan talks to pivot toward funding missile defence systems

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    The approval will allow the Defense Ministry to buy two Aegis Ashore systems to add to Japan's current two-step missile defense consisting of Patriot batteries and Aegis-equipped destroyers. The regime in Pyongyang has fired two missiles over Japan this year and has threatened to "sink" the country into the sea. In the ministry's initial budgetary request for fiscal 2018 made in August, which came to a record-high 5.26 trillion yen, the ministry said it was seeking funds to introduce a new ...
  • Train tickets may get cheaper as Railways mulls dynamic pricing like airlines

    Train tickets may get cheaper as Railways mulls dynamic pricing like airlines

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    The conclave was attended by the Minister of Railways and Coal Piyush Goyal, the Minister of State for Railways Rajen Gohain and more than 250 senior members of Indian Railways from across the country. He also said that discussions are on to provide CCTV on all trains across India. The Minister said that railways will utilise the Nirbhaya fund for installing CCTVs at over 983 railway stations across the country.
  • Twitter suspends accounts of far-right British group retweeted by Trump

    Twitter suspends accounts of far-right British group retweeted by Trump

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    The videos were titled, "Muslim Destroys a Statue of Virgin Mary!" and "Muslim migrant beats up Dutch boy on crutches!" Brit PM Prime Minister Theresa May was among those blasting Trump on November 29 after his early morning re-tweets, to his 44M followers, of three videos from the woman previously convicted of a hate crime.
  • George Brandis to quit Senate, move to UK

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    Michaelia Cash's portfolio of employment becomes the ministry of jobs, and she also picks up innovation from senator Arthur Sinodinos, who continues to take time off for treatment for cancer. "I'm proud of the work my team and I have done on behalf of the Government and I'm sorry we won't get to finish some of the jobs we've started", he said.
  • California wildfire fight aided by better weather after two weeks

    California wildfire fight aided by better weather after two weeks

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    The agency reported that 18,000 structures were still threatened as of Monday, and the fire is 45 percent contained. The Thomas fire has displaced more than 100,000 people, though authorities in Santa Barbara County lifted evacuation orders for additional areas no longer considered to be in harm's way.
  • Gujarat verdict: Jignesh Mevani wins Vadgam seat

    Gujarat verdict: Jignesh Mevani wins Vadgam seat

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    Since he made a decision to contest as an independent candidate all rumours around political moves of Mewani came to an end. He had no plans to join the Congress or any other party. Jignesh Mevani led the movement against the ruling BJP and tried to unite Dalits and Muslims through his rallies like that of "Chalo Una". Both Congress and Aam Aadmi Party withdrew their candidates from Vadgam after express request from Jignesh Mevani.
  • Sarah Mullally is first woman appointed Bishop of London

    Sarah Mullally is first woman appointed Bishop of London

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    However, she endorsed current Church of England teaching that marriage was a union between a man and woman, saying: "I absolutely support that". The Right Reverend Libby Lane became the first consecrated female bishop in January 2015 when she was made Bishop of Stockport.
  • Keep Your Real Christmas Trees Watered

    Keep Your Real Christmas Trees Watered

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    Last year, the first tree selected was removed after staff decided it was too puny. Plus, for those focused on environmental impact, it might seem obvious that chopping down a tree harms the environment. It's just one guess the family has to make year-to-year, amid tropical storms and December snowfalls that topple trees , damage equipment and, ultimately, make work for folks who work the land.
  • Secretive Multimillion Program, Glowing Aura, Pentagon Confirms Its Obsession With UFOs

    Secretive Multimillion Program, Glowing Aura, Pentagon Confirms Its Obsession With UFOs

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    The programme is reported to have cost the Department of Defense more than $20 million (£15m) before it was shut down in order to save costs. "I've done something that no one has done before". In his resignation letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis, he reportedly wrote: "Why aren't we spending more time and effort on this issue?" UFOs have been repeatedly investigated over the decades in the United States, including by the military.
  • USA court urged to allow abortions for immigrant teens

    USA court urged to allow abortions for immigrant teens

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    A federal district judge on Monday ruled - for the second time this year - that the Trump administration can not block pregnant, undocumented teens in United States custody from having abortions. Chutkan held that the teens would suffer "irreparable injury" without the order and said that she issued it in view of the need to preserve the girls' "constitutional right to decide whether to carry their pregnancies to term".
  • Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Bonds Trading 1% Lower Insider Trade

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    Investors may be circling the wagons wondering what's in store for the stock market over the next few months. Company can meet near-term operating needs easily and looks like it makes the grade again, additionally company's debt and payable along with its assets is relatively stable with Current ratio of 1.7.
  • Brokers Ratings on: Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE:WMT)

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    Financial Architects Inc who had been investing in Wal for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $290.14 billion market cap company. The stock has been active on the tape, now trading at $97.11, down from yesterday's close by -0.02%.
  • Final Russian bobsleigh gold medallist disqualified for Sochi doping

    Final Russian bobsleigh gold medallist disqualified for Sochi doping

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    Six Russian ice hockey players have been disqualified from the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics for doping , meaning their country has also been removed from official results. Re-analysis of tests from Sochi have seen Russian Federation lose 11 medals from the Games and subsequently been replaced by Norway at the top of the medals table.
  • Republicans Will Do 'Very Well' in 2018

    Republicans Will Do 'Very Well' in 2018

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    The Washington Post , citing officials and advisers familiar with Trump's thinking, reported the president plans to extensively campaign and hold rallies in 2018 as Republicans try to hold onto their majorities in the House and Senate. But after unusual lost the GOP primary to Moore, Trump swung behind Moore. In the case of Moore, Trump had backed a different candidate from the start.