• Why North Koreans won't get Samsung phones at Winter Olympics

    Why North Koreans won't get Samsung phones at Winter Olympics

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    They are among 10 North Korean athletes who arrived Thursday evening in the second and final group of a total of 22 athletes from North Korea who will attend the Winter Games. But, that doesn't mean they won't try anything else. Worldwide media will be reporting on their cheerleaders, on their athletes, on their propaganda activists.
  • Paris Attacks Suspect Leaves French Prison To Stand Trial In Brussels

    Paris Attacks Suspect Leaves French Prison To Stand Trial In Brussels

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    The suspect, Youssef Siraj, is also believed to have put up some of the Brussels attackers, according to the Belgian news site DH. Two police officers who were wounded in the gunfight will testify against him in court. Abdeslam arrived in the Belgian capital on Monday morning after being transferred from a prison in France. Still more members of the cross-border Islamic State cell struck Brussels on March 22, 2016, including the bombmaker for both attacks.
  • Yellow weather warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice

    Yellow weather warning issued by Met Office for snow and ice

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    Those making their way to work and school on Monday and Tuesday are advised to wrap up warm against bitterly cold conditions all day. "Some roads and railways may be affected with longer journey times by road, bus and train services". Next week promises to be the coldest of the year so far with temperatures dropping in to minus bringing wintry showers and snowfall. It will remain cold with a few wintry showers possible.
  • Super Bowl Report: Catch-rule confusion amplified on big stage

    Super Bowl Report: Catch-rule confusion amplified on big stage

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    Brady is signed through the 2019 season and is still playing at a high level. One quarter later and the Philadelphia Eagles tried something similar, only when they tried it, Nick Foles reeled in a touchdown. He also led late game-winning scoring drives to beat the Rams, Carolina and Seattle. The biggest event in the USA sporting calendar was just hours away on Sunday with Tom Brady and the New England Patriots chasing history in their Super Bowl clash with the Philadelphia Eagles .
  • Scaramucci to Trump: Don't Fire Rosenstein Over the Memo

    Scaramucci to Trump: Don't Fire Rosenstein Over the Memo

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    The memo , written by committee Republicans and authorized for release by Trump , asserts among other things that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department improperly used a document funded by the Clinton campaign and the DNC - via a research firm hired by a law firm - in the application for a warrant to surveil former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
  • Budget 2018: 'Modicare' to cost about Rs 11000 crore a year

    Budget 2018: 'Modicare' to cost about Rs 11000 crore a year

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    This had benefitted 96% of the total companies filing tax returns. "On social welfare we started in a somewhat disconnected way, but now some kind of social security net is beginning to take shape in which the poor beneficiaries are also sharing some of the cost", the Finance Minister told the industry leaders.
  • Cheniere Energy Inc (NYSEMKT:LNG) Institutional Investor Sentiment Trend

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    The firm's 50-day moving average is $29.91 and its 200-day moving average is $31.35. Cheniere Energy Partners LP Holdings, LLC (NYSEMKT:CQH) has risen 35.95% since February 2, 2017 and is uptrending. (NYSEAMERICAN:LNG) for 1,500 shares. Verition Fund Limited Liability Company owns 15,034 shares or 0.05% of their USA portfolio. Announces Timing of Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2017 ..." published on January 16, 2018 as well as Fool.com's news article titled: "Is Cheniere Energy a buy?" with ...
  • Samsung heir to be released free on suspended jail term

    Samsung heir to be released free on suspended jail term

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    Lee, aged 50, was initially convicted of bribing nearly 6.5 million euros to Choi Soon-Sil, an intimate friend of former President South Park Geun-hye, in exchange for this intercede for South Korean government's approval of merger of two subsidiaries of Samsung group, an operation that resulted and left Lee in a very good position to become heir of enormous conglomerate.
  • Debate raging on Poland's Holocaust bill

    Debate raging on Poland's Holocaust bill

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    Morawiecki made a public TV address on Thursday about a controversial anti-defamation bill, outlawing historically inaccurate use of the term "Polish death camps" among other provisions. The opposition to the bill sparked anti-Semitic comments on social media in Poland that some members of the ruling Law and Justice party have retweeted.
  • Tillerson Says US Weighing Sanctions On Venezuelan Oil Industry

    Tillerson Says US Weighing Sanctions On Venezuelan Oil Industry

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    Tillerson's visit to Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Colombia and Jamaica was to focus on attempts to step up pressure on Venezuela, which the United States accuses of corruption and rights abuses. Sanctions have so far focused on individual members of Maduro's government and a ban on buying new Venezuelan debt. "Not doing anything to bring this (crisis) to an end is also asking the Venezuelan people to suffer", Tillerson said.
  • Winter Weather Advisory for Sunday Morning

    Winter Weather Advisory for Sunday Morning

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    Monday in the western mountains and foothills of ME, as well as northern New Hampshire. Forecasts call for 2 to 4 inches of snow with some ice accumulations possibly following later. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 37. Here's high temperatures from Sunday . The coldest domed Super Bowl is now from 1982 in Pontiac, Michigan. Monday's high is expected to be 48 degrees with an overnight low of 16 degrees, Danielsen said.
  • Kin of man killed in Kasganj riots get security over threats

    Kin of man killed in Kasganj riots get security over threats

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    Sushil Gupta had lodged a complaint that a few masked men came to his residence when he was sitting outside and threatened him of dire consequences if he did not stop pursuing the murder case of his son. Meanwhile, Chandan Gupta's family was provided security after his father alleged that he had received threats from some people. Qureshi is accused of instigating a riot, the SP said.
  • Auction of NFL memorabilia held in Minneapolis for a good cause

    Auction of NFL memorabilia held in Minneapolis for a good cause

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    Paul that might never go to a Super Bowl game, maybe can't afford to go to the game in Minneapolis , but that doesn't mean we can't have a good time ", he said . How can I watch the Super Bowl in the US? Where is Super Bowl 2018 being played? "I just think the time has not occurred yet in the NFL's sequence of assigning the Bowl".
  • Merkel Enters Final Stretch in Coalition-building Marathon

    Merkel Enters Final Stretch in Coalition-building Marathon

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    Healthcare is a big stumbling block and party sources said Merkel and her Bavarian ally Horst Seehofer discussed the issue before meeting with the SPD. The parties reached agreements on energy and agriculture on Saturday but continued to haggle over healthcare. The SPD sees progress on the two issues as crucial to persuade left-wing members of the party and others who want to avoid another awkward partnership with Merkel.
  • Philadelphia Eagles beat New England Patriots to win Super Bowl

    Philadelphia Eagles beat New England Patriots to win Super Bowl

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    And for Eagles fans everywhere, this is for them". There isn't a television show, news show that isn't at least experiencing a double-digit decline. "This is a journey". They are here to play physical football, to dominate at the line of scrimmage, and to win on the outside. "I haven't played lights out, obviously".
  • Record snowfall hits Moscow, kills 1

    Record snowfall hits Moscow, kills 1

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    One man was killed due to unsafe conditions caused by the extreme winter weather and five others have been injured, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said. According to the Sputnik news agency, over 100 flights were delayed and over 10 were canceled in major airports in Moscow. According to the met department, the air temperatures in the Moscow region are expected to vary between -7 degrees to -2 degrees Celsius.
  • Japan successfully launches world's smallest satellite-carrying rocket

    Japan successfully launches world's smallest satellite-carrying rocket

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    Japan successfully launched on Saturday the world's smallest satellite-carrying rocket following a failed attempt in January past year, the nation's space agency said. The rocket is "about the size of a utility pole, measuring 10 meters [33 feet] in length and 50 centimeters [20 inches] in diameter", and was created with "components found in home electronics and smartphones", according to the Japan Times .