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Other Iranian officials repeated warnings that the country could return to uranium enrichment at a far greater level than before the deal was concluded. If he does not sign the sanctions waiver this week, the USA will be violating its end of the nuclear agreement. It accused Mr Trump of "continuing to take hostile measures against the Iranian people and repeating the threats that have failed many times".
  • Las Vegas gunman emailed about bump stocks months before rampage-documents

    Las Vegas gunman emailed about bump stocks months before rampage-documents

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    Bump stocks believed to be used in the massacre were found in the 32nd-floor hotel room from where Stephen Paddock fired down on a crowd gathered on a Sunday night for the finale of a country music festival held on the Las Vegas Strip. Warrants also showed that investigators found an email address identified by investigators as Paddock's where he received a message from an account identified as CentralPark4804@gmail.com that read, "for a thrill try out bumpfire ar's with 100 round magazine".
  • Chelsea Manning files to run for US Senate in Maryland

    Chelsea Manning files to run for US Senate in Maryland

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    Senate is 30 years old. Manning will run against Sen. It was the biggest leak of classified documents in history. Manning did not think releasing almost three-quarters of a million documents would threaten national security. In July, she dissented Trump's choice to forbid transgender individuals from the military at a rally at the White House. When the military denied Manning's request for hormones, Manning tried to commit suicide twice.
  • CFPB leadership remains uncertain despite another Trump administration court victory

    CFPB leadership remains uncertain despite another Trump administration court victory

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    English, who has been with the CFPB since its 2011 inception, subsequently lobbed a lawsuit and engaged in some public sparring with Mulvaney, a longtime critic of the bureau he now heads. English then filed the motion for a preliminary injunction to block Mulvaney's appointment, and Kelly heard arguments on December 22. Trump has yet to name a permanent CFPB director, and Mulvaney has said he expects to be in the interim role for up to seven months.
  • Get ready: 2018 will be even more political than previous year

    Get ready: 2018 will be even more political than previous year

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    Dan Donovan has found himself harried over the a year ago by groups like Fight Back Bay Ridge and Staten Island Women who March, who wanted to make sure he voted the right (or left) way on issues like health care and taxes. With health care exchanges for buying coverage in various states struggling to hang on, the Trump administration, in collusion with a compliant Republican leadership on Capitol Hill, strives to sabotage Obamacare by a thousand bleeding cuts.
  • Southern California's Deadly Mud Flows Seen from Space by NASA

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    This affluent, upscale community near the famed San Ysidro Ranch with its sprawling, multimillion dollar homes and lush rolling lawns was previously best known as site of former US President John F. The number of people reported missing was at eight Thursday morning, and likely will still rise. "My sister was such a good person, she only thought of others to the point that she would cry with you when you were hurt or sick", said Ramos' sister, Jennifer Ramos, pausing to sob for several ...
  • Iran to Trump: No Changes to Nuclear Deal

    Iran to Trump: No Changes to Nuclear Deal

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    Responding to Trump's decision at the time, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Tehran would not cave in to U.S. pressure. On Friday, Trump again waived sanctions against Iran that were lifted as part of the landmark nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
  • Florida plagued by herpes-riddled monkeys that can kill humans

    Florida plagued by herpes-riddled monkeys that can kill humans

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    As many as 30 percent of the rhesus macaque monkeys at the Silver Springs State Park in Central Florida excrete the virus through saliva and other bodily fluids, researchers found through blood sample data of 317 rhesus macaques examined in Marion County, Florida, between 2000 and 2012.
  • US Prez cancels United Kingdom trip over 'bad deal' embassy

    US Prez cancels United Kingdom trip over 'bad deal' embassy

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    He blamed President Barack Obama's administration for selling the old site for "peanuts" and building the new embassy in an "off location". Teams surveyed more than 50 sites before settling on the area of Vauxhall, south of the river Thames, for the new location, according to the statement.
  • Iran says it won't accept Trump's demands to change nuclear deal

    Iran says it won't accept Trump's demands to change nuclear deal

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    At the same time the United States imposed fresh sanctions on 14 individuals and entities over alleged rights abuses. He is also demanding a permanent end to Iran's enrichment of fissile material at a grade sufficient for weapons use. "President Obama failed to act as the Iranian people took to the streets in 2009". "Despite my strong inclination, I have not yet withdrawn the United States from the Iran nuclear deal", Trump said in a statement.
  • Intercourse offender might be escorted off campus, College of Calgary says

    Intercourse offender might be escorted off campus, College of Calgary says

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    The statement was issued in response to an online petition that garnered almost 50,000 signatures in a matter of days. Neurauter's mother says he is in his second year, pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. "On the contrary, we aspire to be leaders in creating a safe and inclusive learning environment that helps advance all of our students and improve society as a whole".
  • 10 innocent Rohingya civilians in mass grave

    10 innocent Rohingya civilians in mass grave

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    As per Anadolu news agency, the request comes after the military admitted to the killing of 10 Rohingyas in the war-ravaged Rakhine state. "It is a positive indication that we are taking the steps to be responsible", Suu Kyi said according to the report in the Global New Light of Myanmar newspaper.
  • Ryan Giggs interviewed for Wales job

    Ryan Giggs interviewed for Wales job

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    Football Association of Wales chiefs are also keen to speak to 78-cap former worldwide Craig Bellamy , while Coleman's right-hand man Osian Roberts is an outside choice. Giggs experienced a little time in the Old Trafford dugout acting as interim manager after David Moyes was sacked for underperforming with United. He subsequently worked as an assistant at United for two years under Louis van Gaal but left when Jose Mourinho took charge in the summer of 2016.
  • Africa startled by Trump's vulgar attention

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    But in another tweet on Friday the president denied that he insulted Haitians. The fallout continues after President Donald Trump allegedly made an expletive reference to Haiti and African countries. Durbin says the President asked "Why do we want all these people from expletive countries here?" Haitians weren't the only people offended by the president's comments.
  • Vijayawada celebrates National Youth Day in style with Anil Kumble

    Vijayawada celebrates National Youth Day in style with Anil Kumble

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    The Chief Secretary said, Swami Vivekananda was the first person in recent years to bring to the western World the best culture and glorious heritage of India. "The State government will soon issue allowances for all eligible unemployed youngsters", said Minister for Youth, Sports, Skill Development, Unemployment Benefits, Kollu Ravindra as he addressed the gathering present.
  • Balochistan assembly elects Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo as Chief Minister

    Balochistan assembly elects Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo as Chief Minister

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    The contest was held between Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid candidate Bizenjo and Pashtunkhuwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) member Agha Liaquat. The results were announced by the Balochistan assembly Speaker Raheela Durrani. Abdul Quddus Bizenjo was born in Awaran on Januaray 1, 1974, and contested elections for the first time in 2002. Retracing the steps of his father, who was thrice elected from Awaran, Bizenjo commenced his political career from his hometown Shindi Jhao Awaran.
  • Kratos Defense & Security Solutions (KTOS) Raised to "Sell" at BidaskClub

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    About 612,876 shares traded. Woodward, Inc. (NASDAQ:WWD) has risen 22.55% since January 10, 2017 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 19.46% the S&P500. Rafferty Asset Mngmt Lc holds 0.01% or 17,059 shares in its portfolio. Jefferies Group raised their target price on Kratos Defense & Security Solutions from $12.70 to $13.00 and gave the stock a hold rating in a research report on Friday, November 3rd.
  • H&M stores stormed in Africa over 'monkey in the jungle' sweatshirt ad

    H&M stores stormed in Africa over 'monkey in the jungle' sweatshirt ad

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    The ad sparked widespread criticism, with Canadian singer The Weekend among those to voice his outrage. "I'm deeply offended and will not be working with [H&M] anymore", he tweeted. H&M also took to Instagram to express further apology, saying: 'We understand that many people are upset about the image of the children's hoodie.
  • Donald Trump shock:

    Donald Trump shock: "No a migranti da Paesi 'cesso'"

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    Il presidente statunitense Trump si chiede "perché gli Usa dovrebbero avere tutta questa gente che arriva da questi cesso di Paesi? " e scatena immediate polemiche. "Ci mandano la gente peggiore il peggio del peggio". Tuttavia il primo degli aerei citati da Trump esiste esclusivamente nel gioco per computer Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.