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The Trump administration has repeatedly pressed China to crack down on its nuclear neighbor, and while China has severed a number of business and trade ties, Beijing has pushed back on other measures created to rein in North Korea. In September, the Security Council put a cap of 2 million barrels a year on refined petroleum products exports to North Korea. However, the United States, South Korea and Japan have suspicions that China is not fully enforcing worldwide sanctions, according to ...
  • CSBC Bihar Police Constable Exam 2017 Results Expected Today

    CSBC Bihar Police Constable Exam 2017 Results Expected Today

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    The result shall be available in pdf format. For the next round of exam, 50,000 candidates would be shortlisted. The official authorities have though not made any announcement of declaring the result today. For example, if the candidate takes less than five minutes, they will be able to score 50 marks. The question paper was of 100-marks. Run, Shot Put and High Jump.
  • Voting ends in contentious Liberia presidential poll

    Voting ends in contentious Liberia presidential poll

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    Almost 2.2 million voters have the choice between 51-year-old former footballer and senator George Weah and 73-year-old Joseph Boakai, who has been vice president for 12 years. "Boakai to concede defeat and congratulate George Weah". Unofficial partial results announced on local radio stations also showed Weah in the lead.
  • Children facing shocking levels of violence in warzones, says UN

    Children facing shocking levels of violence in warzones, says UN

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    Children living in the hotspots across the globe have been killed, recruited for fight, raped, forced to marry, abducted and enslaved, UNICEF added . In Syria and Iraq, number of cases of children being used as human shields, trapped under siege, targeted by snipers have been reported. A particular strip of land there has become one of the most mine-contaminated places on earth.
  • Oclaro, Inc. (OCLR) EPS Estimated At $0.11

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    Landscape Capital Management reported 0.08% stake. It is a positive indicator for investor portfolio value - when the price of a stock Investor owns goes up in value. OCLR's profit would be $18.57M giving it 15.61 P/E if the $0.11 EPS is correct. Fj Capital Management Llc who had been investing in Jacksonville Bancorp Inc Md for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $56.62 million market cap company.
  • Serena Williams to play 1st competition since giving birth

    Serena Williams to play 1st competition since giving birth

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    Ostapenko broke through with a surprise title at Roland Garros in June. They will be the first women to play in the tournament, which started in 2009. She revealed: "I've tried amber beads... cold towels.... chew on mommies fingers.... homeopathic water (lol on that one) but nothing is working ... You get energy from above, I believe in it, I strongly do".
  • Roy Moore files complaint to block Alabama Senate result

    Roy Moore files complaint to block Alabama Senate result

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    According to the complaint, three election integrity experts concluded that "with a reasonable degree of statistical and mathematical certainty ... election fraud occurred". He called the county's 47 percent voter turnout as "highly unusual" and questioned the integrity of its election results. Jones is the first Democrat in a generation to win a Senate seat in Alabama, beating Moore amid a firestorm of allegations that the GOP candidate had sexually abused teens.
  • $0.28 EPS Expected for Hess Midstream Partners LP (HESM)

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    The stock increased 0.79% or $0.565 during the last trading session, reaching $72.325. About 288,515 shares traded. MGM Resorts International (NYSE:MGM) has risen 45.28% since December 27, 2016 and is uptrending. If the ratio is greater than 1, then that means there has been an increase in price over the month. 377.71 million shares or 14.61% more from 329.57 million shares in 2017Q2 were reported.
  • Year-end forecast calls for bitter cold in Williston

    Year-end forecast calls for bitter cold in Williston

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    Conditions are expected to only slightly improve by Friday with a daytime high of -9°C. Regardless of any Saturday snow, the cold air will remain firmly locked in place through the New Year, so First Night celebrations on Sunday night look very cold (single digits) but also mostly dry.
  • Supreme Court bars admission in private medical colleges all over Pakistan

    Supreme Court bars admission in private medical colleges all over Pakistan

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    Noting that some private medical colleges were being run out of small houses and garages, the CJP had directed the owners of such private medical colleges to submit details of their bank accounts as well as fee structures. The bench accepted the apology. Later he issued summon orders. The bench asked who the trustee of the college is, to which the principal replied that former prime minister and Pakistan Muslim League-N president Nawaz Sharif is the trustee of the college.
  • Impact of United States tax reform on estate taxes

    Impact of United States tax reform on estate taxes

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    As hard as it might be to remember considering today's sometimes apocalyptic rhetoric about the successful passage of the first major tax reform in 31 years, Democrats once supported the notion of tax cuts. "Meanwhile, at the end of 10 years, well over 80 billion Americans are paying more in taxes". The cuts will apply to the taxes everyone will file in 2018.
  • Overseas tours will 'define' India - Shastri

    Overseas tours will 'define' India - Shastri

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    The one-off game against Zimbabwe was also supposed to provide the home team with preparation for their three-test series against top ranked side India, which begins next week. "Somewhere in the back of the mind I was aware there something important coming up, so mentally I am prepared", Kohli added. The South Africa v Zimbabwe day-night match was played under experimental conditions, which featured several variations from a standard Test match.
  • OH teens now charged with murder after sandbag overpass death

    OH teens now charged with murder after sandbag overpass death

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    During their first court hearing right after the incident happened, one of the boy's mothers claimed her son was "a great kid", but she said he just "gets with the wrong crowd sometimes". HuffPost is not identifying the defendants because they have been charged in juvenile court. Byrd was en route to meet friends in Toledo. The prosecutor's office says it doesn't plan to try the 13, 14, and 15-year old suspects as adults.
  • At least 40 feared dead after multiple blasts in Kabul

    At least 40 feared dead after multiple blasts in Kabul

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    An ISIS affiliate in Afghanistan, known as ISIS-Khorasan province, or ISIS-K, has carried out several high-profile attacks on Hazara gatherings, including a dual suicide bombing at a July 2016 Hazara demonstration, which killed at least 80 and wounded more than 230.
  • Law against Triple Talaq will bring major relief, claim victims

    Law against Triple Talaq will bring major relief, claim victims

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    According to reports, the ruling BJP has issued a whip in the lower House, asking all of its members to be present to ensure the smooth passage to the bill for enactment. Triple Talaq is the bill which seeks to criminalise the practice of instant triple talaq . The proposed law is only applicable to talaq-e-biddat' or the instant triple talaq through any means - spoken, in writing or by electronic means such as email, SMS and WhatsApp.
  • Security guard shot dead at confectionery factory in Moscow

    Security guard shot dead at confectionery factory in Moscow

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    The shooter then called up a radio station and confessed his crime while special forces were encircling the building. "I am inside here, barricaded". He claimed he was being wronged by a gang that had teamed up with local prosecutors. 'This morning I came to work and I was stormed, they tried to take me with a gun, with other arms. "I have arms, too, today I defended myself". "I shot one guy and unfortunately I think I killed him", the man told Business FM.