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The pre-separation dividend payout will see Altice NV receive roughly 900 million euros. The board of directors of Altice USA has also approved in principal the payment of a $1.5 billion cash dividend to all shareholders immediately prior to completion of the separation, and a share buyback program of up to $2 billion.
  • Winter storm warning posted for mountain areas, light snow expected in Denver

    Winter storm warning posted for mountain areas, light snow expected in Denver

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    Meanwhile, some schools are still closed in central and eastern SC from last week's coastal snowstorm. Additionally northwest winds are predicted at 15-25 miles per hour, with higher gusts possible. Monday afternoon temperatures will rise into the upper 30s and low 40s. The warmth won't last long. Some of the snowfall may begin to melt over the next few days, as high temperatures are forecast to reach into the mid-30s on Monday and Tuesday before topping 40 degrees on Wednesday.
  • Police deny permission to Mevani to hold public meet

    Police deny permission to Mevani to hold public meet

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    Meanwhile, people are criticizing the Delhi Police for misleading people by saying that "No permission granted so far by Delhi Police to hold proposed protest at Parliament Street in view of NGT orders ". "Twelve States in India had special status after the BJP government came into being, the autonomy of these States was compromised". Jignesh, who has been accused of incing caste tension in Maharashtra, on Friday said the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ...
  • RJD chief Lalu Prasad to seek parole to attend sister's last rites

    RJD chief Lalu Prasad to seek parole to attend sister's last rites

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    IMAGE: RJD chief Lalu Yadav escorted by police officials after appearing at the special CBI court in Ranchi on Wednesday. "If the court orders me, I am more than willing to go to jail for Lalu Prasad". This is the second time that he has been jailed in the fodder scam. He also slapped a Rs 5 lakh fine on the former Bihar Chief Minister. "We can not tell that", he said, adding that a job is allotted according to the requirement of the jail and not the wish of an inmate.Kumar said he was ...
  • Mass injuries after trains collide in Germiston

    Mass injuries after trains collide in Germiston

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    Officials and rescue services personnel on the scene of a train collision in Germiston on 9 January 2018. Maloka said that Metrorail can not say what led to the collision. "At the moment, trains running between Johannesburg and Germiston are running on a single line with associated 60-minute delays experienced", the statement read.
  • Snowstorm blankets Sahara desert in white

    Snowstorm blankets Sahara desert in white

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    A snowstorm in the Sahara desert has turned the normally sandy landscape into what looks like arctic tundra after up to 16 inches fell on areas of Algeria Sunday. Ain Sefra, which was founded in 1881 as a French garrison town, sees average high temperatures of over 37C in summer and has seen record lows of -10.2C in winter.
  • Man Trying To Kill Spider 'Sets Apartment On Fire'

    Man Trying To Kill Spider 'Sets Apartment On Fire'

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    While on fire the creature ran under a mattress and set it ablaze, Lyndsey Wisegarver, a carer for one of the men living in the flat, told the newspaper. She said it quickly spread to a flag collection and drapes. Firefighters found the small fire on the second floor in a back bedroom and were able to quickly extinguish it before it spread any further.
  • Russia says troops left in Syria are enough to repel attacks

    Russia says troops left in Syria are enough to repel attacks

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    Turkey however, backs the opposition while Russian Federation and Iran are close allies of Syrian President Bashar Assad. The conflict has killed hundreds of thousands of people and driven millions from their homes since it began with a crackdown on pro-democracy protests in 2011.
  • East Hampshire MP Damian Hinds becomes Education Secretary

    East Hampshire MP Damian Hinds becomes Education Secretary

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    The prime minister's allies said that Mr Hunt had not refused to move but had made a "passionate" case to be allowed to remain. Jeremy Hunt is still healthcare minister - albeit with the additional responsibility of social care, after he fended off May's offer of a turbo-charged business secretary role for almost two hours.
  • Trump administration ends protected status of 200000 Salvadorans in US

    Trump administration ends protected status of 200000 Salvadorans in US

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    Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said on Monday that damage inflicted by a 2001 natural disaster in the Central American country didn't justify another temporary extension. President Trump has railed against the diversity program, saying that any deal to provide legal status to the dreamers must get rid of it. Salvadorans are said to be the largest immigrant group on Long Island with close to 15,000 people in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
  • Oprah Responds To Rumours She's Planning To Run For President

    Oprah Responds To Rumours She's Planning To Run For President

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    Winfrey , 63, however, is not running - at least, officially. "At the same time, politics is ridiculous right now". Winfrey ended her speech Sunday with a rallying cry for girls on the topic of the "Me Too" movement, which was the focus of Hollywood's first awards show since allegations of sexual misconduct swept the entertainment industry and then expanded into almost every other industry.
  • After Backlash, New Jersey Prisons Lift 'The New Jim Crow' Ban

    After Backlash, New Jersey Prisons Lift 'The New Jim Crow' Ban

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    They said the book already was being used as a teaching tool in a state program that requires inmates to enrol in college-level courses while incarcerated. Alexander argued was a crisis of injustice. It submitted a public records request. Borden sent a letter Monday to New Jersey Department of Corrections Commissioner Gary Lanigan asking he remove The New Jim Crow from the list of banned publications.
  • Huge fire engulfs paint factory in London (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

    Huge fire engulfs paint factory in London (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

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    The first 999 call came in around 9:20 p.m. and it was brought under control a little after midnight, with no reports of injuries. Winesses took to social media to discuss the blaze and the LFB warned people to avoid the area and for locals to stay inside and keep windows shut.
  • Court denies bail to Ryan murder accused

    Court denies bail to Ryan murder accused

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    In a latest, a Gurgaon sessions court today denied bail to the 16-year-old student accused of killing 7-year-old Pradyuman Thakur in the premises of Ryan International School . Earlier, the Gurgaon police had claimed that Ashok Kumar tried to sexually assault the Grade 2 student of the school and slit his throat when he resisted.
  • Romaine Lettuce Is the Likely Source of a unsafe E. Coli Outbreak

    Romaine Lettuce Is the Likely Source of a unsafe E. Coli Outbreak

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    Officials in Canada have identified romaine lettuce as the source of the outbreak in that country, but USA officials say they still don't have enough information to name a food source involved in the American outbreak. coli infections , Consumer Reports says. "Because we have not identified a source of the infections, CDC is unable to recommend whether USA residents should avoid a particular food".
  • Internet Association to join legal battle to fight FCC's net neutrality repeal

    Internet Association to join legal battle to fight FCC's net neutrality repeal

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    Last month's vote capped a heated partisan debate and is just the latest twist in a battle over more than a decade on rules governing internet service providers. The FCC declined to comment . The Internet Association, a trade group representing companies such as Google parent Alphabet Inc ( GOOGL .O) and Facebook Inc (FB.O), said on Friday that it intends to join an expected lawsuit against a decision to roll back net neutrality rules.
  • Koreas to meet for talks, but North won't budge on nukes

    Koreas to meet for talks, but North won't budge on nukes

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    Asked by reporters at Beijing airport, Chang Ung said the participation of a North Korean figure skating pair will probably happen, the reports said. North Korea says its weapons are necessary to counter USA aggression, and it regularly threatens to destroy the United States and its two key Asia allies, Japan and South Korea.