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In an official statement on Friday morning, the government said it would "vet and clarify" the ruling. Ambassador Atul Keshap wrote on "I urge the government and security services to respect this ruling, which bolsters democracy and rule of law for all Maldivians".
  • Arizona man who sold ammo to Las Vegas shooter is charged

    Arizona man who sold ammo to Las Vegas shooter is charged

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    The complaint filed Friday in federal court in Nevada says Haig didn't have a license to manufacture armor-piercing ammunition, which is required to manufacturer or sell such ammunition by US law. Haig then had contact with Paddock again in Phoenix, but Haig said he spoke to the eventual shooter September 19 and gave him directions to his home to buy ammo.
  • Fox News Mocks Canada For Making Their National Anthem Gender Neutral

    Fox News Mocks Canada For Making Their National Anthem Gender Neutral

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    There will also be a DJ shouting "REMIXXXX" in the middle. While several have come out in support of the original "in all thy sons command" lyric, the Canadian national anthem has actually gone through several iterations. Canada is embroiled in a parliamentary row that has divided traditionalists and modernists and which will lead to the country's national anthem being changed.
  • Pentagon Announces Major Shift In US Nuclear Policy

    Pentagon Announces Major Shift In US Nuclear Policy

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    In his State of the Union address Tuesday, he made no mention of expansion, though he said the arsenal must deter acts of aggression. It asserts that any North Korean nuclear attack against the U.S. The administration's view is that Russian policies and actions are fraught with potential for miscalculation leading to an uncontrolled escalation of conflict in Europe.
  • Needs Attention On Active Factors: Celgene Corporation (CELG)

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    Inc. now owns 773 shares of the biopharmaceutical company's stock worth $100,000 after purchasing an additional 43 shares during the last quarter. The institutional investor held 481,066 shares of the television services company at the end of 2017Q3, valued at $18.51 million, up from 432,706 at the end of the previous reported quarter.
  • Judge overturns ex-felon voting rights process in Florida

    Judge overturns ex-felon voting rights process in Florida

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    Communication director to Florida's Governor, John Tupps , in a statement said the state of Florida had in place a process for restoring voting rights to felons, for decades and that Walker's ruling broke with U.S. He went before the state's Executive Clemency Board, where Governor Scott asked him about his illegal voting. Hall voted on November 8 after regaining his voting rights under an executive order issued by Democratic Gov.
  • Shopian chalo: Restrictions, clashes in Shopian, Srinagar parts

    Shopian chalo: Restrictions, clashes in Shopian, Srinagar parts

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    Government forces were deployed in large numbers to maintain law and order in sensitive areas in Srinagar's old city area and in south Kashmir's Shupian town. He was later lodged at Nigeen police station. Friday prayers at historic Jamia Masjid were disallowed on the second consecutive Friday. However, prayers were offered in the Valley, barring mosques on main roads in the areas where restrictions were imposed.
  • Somebody made superior stone instruments in India 172000 years in the past

    Somebody made superior stone instruments in India 172000 years in the past

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    The new study published in worldwide scientific journal Nature suggests that Middle Palaeolithic culture was present in India some 385,000 years ago. Often, scientists must trace the movements of our ancestors through the stone tools we created. By studying the tools, the researchers documented a gradual shift away from the use of bifaces and other Acheulian large-flake technologies, and a shift towards smaller tools, and the use of distinctive and diverse Levallois flake and point ...
  • IOC Regrets CAS Decision to Uphold Appeals of 28 Banned Russian Athletes

    IOC Regrets CAS Decision to Uphold Appeals of 28 Banned Russian Athletes

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    The Court of Arbitration for Sport on Thursday lifted life bans on 28 of the 43 Russian athletes convicted of doping at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics . The parade and South Korea's objection to it led to North Korea's cancelation of one of the joint cooperation projects planned for next month's Winter Olympics, a development highlighting the delicate nature of ties between the rivals split for seven decades.
  • Trump meets North Korea defectors at White House

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    Some outside experts say the North may aim to use improved ties with South Korea as a way to weaken US-led global sanctions. The White House had spent months conducting a security and financial background check on Cha and US officials formally notified Seoul in December of President Trump's intent to send his nomination to the Senate.
  • CHAN 2018 : Morocco secures a place in the final after defeating Libya

    CHAN 2018 : Morocco secures a place in the final after defeating Libya

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    Be that as it may, Nigeria clutched set up a final with the hosts. Morocco fixed an overwhelming execution when Walid El Karti scored a punishment to put the outcome past Libya. They have created a lot of chances at goal , failing however to convert about 80 percent of their opportunities. He called on the players to give it one more push as they have 90 minutes separating them and the trophy.
  • Russian expert comments on US Treasury Department report

    Russian expert comments on US Treasury Department report

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    While Treasury's memo does not make any recommendation for or against future sanctions, the congressionally mandated report repeatedly cites the risk that expanded measures could harm USA investors. Mnuchin has faced criticism over how his department handled the billionaires list, which contained the names of 210 people. The Treasury did not release the report publicly.
  • Nehal Hashmi arrested, disqualified for five years

    Nehal Hashmi arrested, disqualified for five years

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    A three-member bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and comprising Justices Dost Mohammad and Maqbool Baqar announced the verdict, which is not unanimous as Justice Dost Mohammad wrote a dissenting note in the case. According to the former chief justice, a remedy was available to help one out of such situations. The senator faced a contempt charge after he allegedly threatened judges.
  • UAE opens world's longest zipline

    UAE opens world's longest zipline

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    While most zip lines are over in the blink of an eye, you'll sail through the air for almost three minutes on this one, giving you ample time to drink in the views of the rocky terrain. It was constructed in Ras al-Khaimah, one of the lesser known Emirates states as part of a push to increase tourism in the country. It opened to the public today and can accommodate one rider every five minutes, or around 100,000 people per year.
  • Legendary Temptations singer Dennis Edwards, of Florissant, dies at 74

    Legendary Temptations singer Dennis Edwards, of Florissant, dies at 74

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    His family confirmed the news of his passing to CBS News , saying he died in the city of Chicago without disclosing the exact cause. He would have turned 75 on Saturday. Edwards left the group in1977, but rejoined in 1980. In 1984, Edwards left the Temptations again and began a solo career. Edwards was a member of the group through forays into the psychedelic world as well as funk and disco periods ahead of his departure in 1977.
  • Puppy Bowl 2018: What To Expect From Puppy Bowl XIV?

    Puppy Bowl 2018: What To Expect From Puppy Bowl XIV?

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    The network is working with different animal shelters and rescues around the country to fill up the rosters for Team Ruff and Team Fluff. Dan Schachner returns to the field for his 7th year as the Puppy Bowl referee. And they're all up for adoption - and could even be yours, if you act fast enough. Johnson said the Puppy Bowl gives shelters and rescue groups the chance to show they also have the types of dogs people often pay to get from breeders.
  • Can the Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway And JPMorgan Chase Health Initiative Work?

    Can the Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway And JPMorgan Chase Health Initiative Work?

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    The group has grown to nearly 40 members. Major employers have tried to tackle the high costs and complexity of health care for years. There also are individual efforts. Allowing for many start-up and small companies to get involved in Amazon's ambitious project, exciting investors as well. Its segments include Insurance, such as GEICO, Berkshire Hathaway Primary Group, General Re Corporation and Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group; Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC, which is engaged in the ...