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May 3 - English local government elections will provide the Prime Minister with her first widespread electoral test since the disastrous snap election of June 8 2017. March 22-23 - A European Council summit in Brussels is expected to reach an agreement on an implementation period, clearing the way for exploratory talks on trade.
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    South Africa vs India

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    He's also added another string to his bow to make the South African attack an even more frightening prospect. "Quinny's a personality that doesn't think too much about technical stuff, he's a free spirit, X-factor player and when things go wrong, like any player you feel there's pressure", said Du Plessis.
  • Muslim-Majority Malaysia Bans Padmaavat For This Reason

    Muslim-Majority Malaysia Bans Padmaavat For This Reason

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    Mohd Zamberi Abdul Aziz has said the film might offend the Muslims in the country and hence it was not cleared for screening. Aziz in a statement said, "The storyline of the film touches on the sensitivities of Islam". This is not the first time that Malaysia has banned a movie, past year it banned Hollywood movie " Beauty And The Beast ". The country also prosecuted filmmaker Lena Hendry past year for holding a private screening of a documentary "No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri ...
  • Benitez a major factor in Chelsea midfielder Kenedy joining Newcastle

    Benitez a major factor in Chelsea midfielder Kenedy joining Newcastle

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    Asked about Daniel Sturridge's decision to reject a move to Newcastle and sign for West Bromwich Albion on loan, Benitez said: "No, we don't talk about the window". "Still, we have some time". "I see in the press that Brighton offered £7million or £8million, but we are not considering selling to a Premier League team".
  • TV star charged with sexual assault in Old Lyme

    TV star charged with sexual assault in Old Lyme

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    He is also accused of touching the girl's chest under her clothing and taking pictures of her while he was holding her skirt up. When she rolled to her side, Dionne allegedly lifted her shirt and began touching her breast, the warrant said.
  • House Intelligence Committee votes to release FISA memo

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    Mr Schiff added that Republicans had voted to make a Democratic memo available to House members, but not to the public. That determination arrived after committee head Rep . "I am heartsick, as should anyone be who cares about democracy and our nation's security", said Jeffrey Smith, a former general counsel at the Central Intelligence Agency.
  • Corruption settlements exceed $106bn - Saudi prosecutor

    Corruption settlements exceed $106bn - Saudi prosecutor

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    A sweeping anti-corruption drive in Saudi Arabia has generated an estimated $106.7bn (£755.6m) in settlements , the kingdom's attorney general has said . However, a source close to the Saudi royal family has told DailyMail.com that Prince Alwaleed is under house arrest and is banned from leaving the country.
  • Border Patrol Finds 76 Illegals Inside Tractor-Trailer in Texas

    Border Patrol Finds 76 Illegals Inside Tractor-Trailer in Texas

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    During the secondary inspection, agents found the individuals, all in good health. In the other incident a day earlier, agents saw a vehicle stopped on the side of Interstate Highway 5 and chose to take a look. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the USA and other countries. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc.
  • Donald Trump Blasts Taliban Terror: 'There Is No Talking to the Taliban'

    Donald Trump Blasts Taliban Terror: 'There Is No Talking to the Taliban'

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    After previously expressing support for Afghan efforts to reach a political settlement with the insurgent group, Trump said "there's no talking to the Taliban". He said that the Taliban's use of an ambulance as a weapon to target civilians "represents inhumane disregard for the people of Afghanistan and all those working to bring peace to the country, and is a violation of the most basic worldwide norms".
  • Sand Tunnel Collapses On Tourist at Florida Beach

    Sand Tunnel Collapses On Tourist at Florida Beach

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    The paramedic managed to resuscitate him and to transport the unfortunate sand digger to the Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine. As of Tuesday morning, the crowdfunding page had raised more than $15,000. St. Johns County Fire Rescue (SJCFR) responded to the scene at approximately 1.40 pm Eastern on Sunday. In a Facebook post, Lee's sister wrote that the man is barely clinging to his life and that the family is praying for him.
  • Airlines cancel more than 200 flights over tensions between China and Taiwan

    Airlines cancel more than 200 flights over tensions between China and Taiwan

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    China Eastern needs to call off 106 round-trip flights for the Lunar New Year because Taiwan refused to approve them, while Xiamen Air has to cancel 70, the two carriers said in comments posted on their respective Weibo accounts. Taiwan troops staged live-fire exercises January 30 to simulate fending off an invasion, as the island's main threat China steps up pressure on President Tsai Ing-wen and a row over airline routes escalated.
  • Mpls. Police: 2 People with Man Holed Up in Hotel Room

    Mpls. Police: 2 People with Man Holed Up in Hotel Room

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    Meanwhile, police continue their efforts at the Graduate Minneapolis Hotel where they say the man wanted on an Arizona warrant for a "white collar" crime remains in the hotel room. No injuries have been reported. "Most of the rest of the operations on campus will be fairly normal", university spokesman Chuck Tombarge said. Guests were evacuated from rooms closest to the on Monday but the hotel remained open, although surrounding facilities and nearby streets were blocked off.
  • CSKA new signing Ahmed Musa happy to be back at home

    CSKA new signing Ahmed Musa happy to be back at home

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    CSKA Moscow confirmed the signing of Super Eagles attacker Ahmed Musa from the 2014-15 Premier League champions Leicester City until the end of 2017/18 season today. This is truly my home, a champion team that fights for the top awards and occupies highest places. He will immediately be added to CSKA's squad for domestic games as well as the Europa League.
  • US Sanctions Are Crippling North Korean Navy Exercise

    US Sanctions Are Crippling North Korean Navy Exercise

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    Martin, author of the definitive history of the Kim dynasty and his recently published Nuclear Blues , told the CBC that the North's goals haven't changed since that 1979 visit, when a senior official explained for five hours why the US should remove its troops.
  • United States says NAFTA talks are progressing very slowly

    United States says NAFTA talks are progressing very slowly

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    Mexico and Canada said the uncertainty would chill investment. Mexico and the United States are looking into whether armed US federal air marshals could be deployed on commercial cross-border flights, according to a document seen by Reuters and a Mexican official, as Mexico deepens security ties with its neighbor.
  • PM Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi

    PM Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi

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    Earlier, Congress President Rahul Gandhi went to the Gandhi Smriti to pay homage. The day is marked as Martyr's Day. Venkita Kalyanam, who was Mahatma Gandhi's personal secretary between 1943 and 1948, claimed on Tuesday that he had never said that the late leader did not utter the words " Hey Ram " after he was shot.
  • Saudi closes hotel detention centre as corruption purge winds down

    Saudi closes hotel detention centre as corruption purge winds down

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    The government soon disclosed that it was hoping to reach financial settlements with the accused, rather than bring criminal charges, which fed suspicions of a government shakedown rather than an earnest attempt at reform. Reports that the government had taken control of assets in media and construction companies as part of the settlements suggested that the Saudi leadership was looking to "concentrate power, but in fewer hands, observers said".