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The Saudi-led block accused Doha of supporting terrorism and cut diplomatic ties, imposing travel restrictions and an economic blockade on the small-yet-wealthy Gulf state. Among other partnerships discussed between the two sides, include an engagement on climate policy, with energy ministers from both sides agreeing to meet in Jeddah in April to discuss their energy co-operation further, he added.
  • Things fell just right for Cubs, Yu Darvish

    Things fell just right for Cubs, Yu Darvish

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    Both the Dodgers and Nationals might be safe bets to win more regular season games this year than the Cubs, but neither is going to have an easy time besting Chicago in the postseason - unlike in 2017, when the Nationals took the Cubs through five brutal games, and the Dodgers dusted them off practically without effort.
  • Schiff: Nope, Not Going to Revise Our Memo

    Schiff: Nope, Not Going to Revise Our Memo

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    Trump allowed the release of the memo, made public on February 2, which was written by the committee's Republicans. "And obviously we'd like to keep those to a minimum", the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said Tuesday.
  • Homophobic Abuse by Scott Baio Detailed by Former Co-Star

    Homophobic Abuse by Scott Baio Detailed by Former Co-Star

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    The reps also call BS on Polinsky's claims as they say no one on the Charles In Charge set ever reported any instances of abuse. "I was so naive I innocently hopped on his lap expecting to hear a story about Fonzi or Happy Days , or something awesome; Scott Baio was a hero to me".
  • NS sees spike in flu-related deaths in February

    NS sees spike in flu-related deaths in February

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    All employees are also required to get the flu shot. "We're still reporting high levels of activity throughout the state", Bill Crampton, Park County public health nurse, said on Tuesday. This is because baby boomers were not previously exposed to the H3N2 strain as children, it is an irregular strain of flu, and as a whole, baby boomers don't get vaccinated as frequently as other demographics.
  • NATO Defense Ministers Approve New Alliance Commands

    NATO Defense Ministers Approve New Alliance Commands

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    On Jan. 17, the USA -led coalition announced plans to build a 30,000-strong border security force in Syria with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a US -backed group composed mainly of the YPG, which Ankara sees as a terror organization for its links with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
  • Australia achieves progress in improving indigenous lives

    Australia achieves progress in improving indigenous lives

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    This is tragically transparent across the areas Closing the Gap was to fix, including health, education, child abuse, alcohol and drug misuse, income, employment, life expectancy and incarceration. "But in all of them what you see is either some improvement, significant improvement, or a lot of improvement if not full realisation of the targets", he said.
  • We must make peace with North Korea, here's how

    We must make peace with North Korea, here's how

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    Moon held four meetings with Kim Yo-jong and the North Korean delegation, showing the desire for relations to move positively forward. "He told them you've given everything and you can be proud". maintaining its approach toward North Korea . But it is real, and this sort of display is nothing new for North Korea , the most theatrical ruthless dictatorship in the world .
  • Harvey Weinstein's former assistant challenging parts of lawsuit from Toronto actress

    Harvey Weinstein's former assistant challenging parts of lawsuit from Toronto actress

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    Female executives also allegedly had to meet prospective sexual conquests and follow through on promised job offers, which prosecutors said demeaned and humiliated them, fuelling a hostile work environment. It accuses Weinstein Company executives, including his brother and co-CEO Bob, of failing to act despite repeatedly being presented with credible evidence of Weinstein's sexual harassment and misconduct.
  • WW2 bomb finally moved from River Thames

    WW2 bomb finally moved from River Thames

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    All flights in and out of London City Airport were canceled Monday after a 500-kilogram (1,100-pound) unexploded World War II bomb was found nearby in the River Thames. "As a result, the exclusion zone has now been lifted and the airport will be open as normal on Tuesday". Once it reaches its destination in Shoeburyness, Essex, divers will attach "powerful explosives" to the bomb and it will be detonated underwater.
  • Mukesh Ambani meets Chandrababu Naidu

    Mukesh Ambani meets Chandrababu Naidu

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    The final nail in the coffin which made Naidu speak out publicly against the centre, said a senior TDP leader who did not want to be quoted , was this year's budget in which even the upcoming capital of Amaravati did not find any allocation.
  • VA under fire for doctored emails, improper gifts and misused resources

    VA under fire for doctored emails, improper gifts and misused resources

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    Why the military wants 6B from Congress Agriculture chief Sonny Perdue is "designated survivor" for Trump's State of the Union VA has a tendency to manipulate science for its own benefit, not the veterans MORE said he has reimbursed the government for travel expenses for his wife after the VA inspector general found Shulkin's chief of staff attempted to cover up the expenses.
  • Youth Congress worker hacked to death; hartal in Kannur

    Youth Congress worker hacked to death; hartal in Kannur

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    The incident occurred late last night when four assailants came in a auto and hurled crude bombs and attacked S P Shuhaib and two other party members with machetes, they said. The Congress and the Left have been active players in Kerala politics and have also led coalition governments in the state before. The region has witnessed a series of violent clashes between BJP-RSS workers and CPM workers over the last few years.
  • Climber dies after fall from Mount Hood

    Climber dies after fall from Mount Hood

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    Hood as other climbers called for help amid falling rocks and ice. . Just after 11 a.m., search and rescue crews responded to a fallen climber and a stranded group of climbers on Mt. Jensen said it was possible there were more people on the mountain who had not been in communication with authorities. Peck said others in his climbing group continued, and he's concerned that they are among those stranded.
  • The joke about the Dutch FM who met Putin

    The joke about the Dutch FM who met Putin

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    The Dutch foreign minister's resignation comes a day before his scheduled visit to Russia , where he was expected to meet his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov. "I was tucked away back in the room, but I could clearly hear Putin's answer to the question about what he considered greater Russia , " Mr Zijlstra told a gathering in 2016 of his People's Party for Freedom and Democracy, which heads the new Dutch government.
  • Pakistani Taliban kills 4 paramilitary troopers in gun attack in Quetta

    Pakistani Taliban kills 4 paramilitary troopers in gun attack in Quetta

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    Muazzam Jah, inspector general of Balochistan police, said there was no CCTV camera in the area of the attack. Naseebullah Khan, Senior Superintendent of Police, told Reuters "The four men were shot in the head". The FC personnel were identified as Aslam, Shabir, Mohammad Saeed and Amjad. Hours later, the Taliban-linked Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Al-Almi militant group claimed responsibility for the attack.
  • U.S. downs Russian Federation in women's hockey

    U.S. downs Russian Federation in women's hockey

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    It set a record for quickest back-to-back goals by a man or women in Olympic hockey history. "I don't know if I'll ever come close to that again", Lamoureux-Davidson said. The Russians are the youngest team in the tournament, with less experience and nearly an entirely new roster from the team that played in four years ago in Sochi.
  • City settles with officer fired after not shooting suspect

    City settles with officer fired after not shooting suspect

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    Travis Blosser, Weirton's city manager, told The Washington Post the city is "pleased to see that the matter is over with". The Guardian reported that Mader also got a pledge from the Weirton Police Department that it wouldn't try to prevent him from obtaining a new job elsewhere in law enforcement.
  • Cuomo tweaks budget plan to thwart new federal tax code regulations

    Cuomo tweaks budget plan to thwart new federal tax code regulations

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    At a press conference Tuesday morning, Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan said he "can't comment" on Cuomo's payroll tax proposal because he hasn't seen the specifics. Mujica said Cuomo's budget amendments would also "decouple" the state tax code from the federal tax code to, among other things, allow individuals who do not itemize deductions at the federal level to do so on their state returns.
  • 'Atlanta' Season 2 Trailer: 'Robbin Season, Everybody Gotta Eat'

    'Atlanta' Season 2 Trailer: 'Robbin Season, Everybody Gotta Eat'

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    It's a very tense and desperate time. A trailer for the new episodes finds the perpetually broke Earn Marks (played by Glover) sleeping in a storage unit, while his up-and-coming rapper cousin, Paper Boi ( Brian Tyree Henry ), listlessly records a playlist promo for a geek who wants him to pretend he's at a party.