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Mr. Bannon questioned why an additional 4,000 troops would fix the situation. Donald Trump has shown that he places huge value in those related to him by blood or marriage (perhaps only second to his ego), and while Bannon has been instrumental in his rise to power, he's enough of a wild card that if Breitbart pushes things too fa, r it may risk becoming "fake news".
  • Lalu Yadav Questions PM Modi's Visit To Flood-Affected Bihar

    Lalu Yadav Questions PM Modi's Visit To Flood-Affected Bihar

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    A group of flood victims looted cattle-feed from a truck near Ekmi Chowk under Bahadurpur police station. "Where was he when almost 400 people died and lakhs of people were forced to flee their homes and take shelter on elevated roads and embankments under the sky", Mr Yadav said here at a press conference.
  • ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee taken off UVA game due to name

    ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee taken off UVA game due to name

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    TV personality and radio host Rich Eisen had some fun with the ESPN-Robert Lee controversy on his show on Thursday. ESPN says the decision to put Lee on another game was made "collectively". "In that moment it felt right to all parties", the ESPN statement continued. Still, ESPN's statement did nothing to stem the tide of self-inflicted mockery.
  • Human remains found in northern Virginia, police say

    Human remains found in northern Virginia, police say

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    After an extensive search, including the use of cadaver trained K-9's, Carrillo's body was recovered. A mother and father in Prince William County forced their 10-year-old son to kneel on sharp objects for extended periods of time and burn his hands on a hot stove, police say.
  • Syria, Hizbullah agree to allow ISIS to withdraw from Syria-Lebanon border

    Syria, Hizbullah agree to allow ISIS to withdraw from Syria-Lebanon border

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    The frontier battle was nearing a "very big victory", Nasrallah said. On Wednesday, the Lebanese Army held a news conference announcing that out of the original 120 sq.km. Northeastern Lebanon was the scene of one of the worst spillovers of Syria's war into Lebanon in 2014, when Daesh and Nusra Front militants attacked the town of Arsal.
  • Google memo writer hires Republican Party official as lawyer

    Google memo writer hires Republican Party official as lawyer

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    Dhillon's firm has put out a call for other Google employees who believe the search giant discriminated against them due to their political beliefs. Conservative lawyer Harmeet Dhillon , a member of the party-leading Republican National Committee, said on Wednesday she is representing Damore.
  • Six in 10 Americans reject Trump reaction to Charlottesville

    Six in 10 Americans reject Trump reaction to Charlottesville

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    A majority of them - 60 percent - disapprove of the president's response to the violent clashes earlier this month in Charlottesville, Va., compared with 32 percent who approve. The Quinnipiac Poll reported that 39 percent of voters supported removing Confederate statues, compared to 50 percent who said they disagreed. The poll was a product of the Marist College Institute and NBC.
  • Brexit: what exactly does €100 billion pay for?

    Brexit: what exactly does €100 billion pay for?

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    The Foreign Secretary has said the United Kingdom will meet all required legal obligations regarding a financial settlement. "The UK has contributed hundreds of billions over the years". He dodged questions on whether he would support a transition deal, backed by Chancellor Philip Hammond, which would allow for temporary arrangements on trading conditions after Brexit .
  • Apple Has Started to Remove Iranian Apps Over Sanctions

    Apple Has Started to Remove Iranian Apps Over Sanctions

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    One of DelionFoods' founders, Mahdi Taghizadeh, expressed frustration over the decision in an interview with The Times . In an unscrupulous move on August 19 Apple Inc . Translation: 11 percent of the cellphone market in Iran belongs to Apple. Considering that North Korea is constantly threatening South Korea with war and supplying Iran with Nuclear technologies, it's disturbing that not only do they not join the U.S.in sanctioning Iran, they allow Samsung to aggressively open more ...
  • Tyngsboro woman on drugs caused fatal crash

    Tyngsboro woman on drugs caused fatal crash

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    Dewolfe was under the influence of narcotics at the time of the crash, according to a state police statement . Dewolfe is being held at the state police barracks in Danvers pending an appearance in court Friday. State police said that after the initial crash, DeWolfe kept driving and crashed into two other vehicles before stopping several exits away. State police said Dewolfe left the scene of the crash and was involved in more crashes between exits 38 and 42 before she was stopped and ...
  • Inc. Lowers Stake in International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)

    Inc. Lowers Stake in International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)

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    About 782,846 shares traded. It has outperformed by 40.63% the S&P500. Bedell Frazier Investment Counseling Llc increased International Business Machs ( IBM ) stake by 1576.37% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. Several research firms recently weighed in on IBM. The technology company reported $2.97 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping analysts' consensus estimates of $2.74 by $0.23.
  • Trump Targets New Venezuelan Debt in Latest Round of Sanctions

    Trump Targets New Venezuelan Debt in Latest Round of Sanctions

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    The executive order prohibits dealings in new debt and equity issued by the Venezuelan government and its state-run oil company PDVSA [PDVSA.UL] as well as in some existing bonds owned by the public sector. Here nobody can hide, never Venezuela has not been threatened at this point", said the leader chaviste (in the name of Hugo Chavez, the country's president from 1999 to his death in 2013).
  • Remains of Suffield Sailor Found on USS McCain

    Remains of Suffield Sailor Found on USS McCain

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    He added that it's the fourth Navy accident in the Pacific since January and second involving a CT sailor. "While each of these four incidents is unique, they can not be viewed in isolation", Swift said earlier. The Seventh Fleet , headquartered in Japan, operates as many as 70 ships, including the U.S. Navy's only forward-deployed aircraft carrier, and has around 140 aircraft and 20,000 sailors.
  • Erdogan says Turkey unease over U.S. support for YPG

    Erdogan says Turkey unease over U.S. support for YPG

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    Joe Robinson, 24, spent four weeks as a combat medic with the People's Protection Units of Syrian Kurdistan ( YPG ) in 2015. Turkish authorities are hostile to the YPG because of its links with the Kurdistan Workers' Party - which is fighting for Kurdish autonomy in Turkey .
  • Tamil Nadu opposition parties' demand for floor test gains momentum

    Tamil Nadu opposition parties' demand for floor test gains momentum

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    Chennai , meanwhile, was hosting another drama- that of the merger of two AIADMK factions led by chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami (EPS) and his predecessor O Panneerselvam (OPS). Sasikala, who is in a Bengaluru jail serving a four-year term after being convicted in a disproportionate assets case. Currently, the AIADMK has 134 members in the Assembly, excluding the House Speaker and Jayalalithaa .
  • France, Spain vow to strengthen anti-terror cooperation

    France, Spain vow to strengthen anti-terror cooperation

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    Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said on Thursday he did not expect the attacks to have any significant short-term impact on tourism, which accounts for about 11 percent of the Spain's economy. He gave no details of the proposals he will make. Spanish news agency Efe said a man who is believed to have lived or spent some time in Abouyaaqoub's flat was arrested in Casablanca.
  • Gen Bajwa calls terrorists common enemies of Pakistan, Afghanistan

    Gen Bajwa calls terrorists common enemies of Pakistan, Afghanistan

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    Bajwa said collaboration between all stakeholders is the key to bringing the war in Afghanistan to an end, the ISPR statement said, reported Dawn News. A day earlier, the ambassador had similarly briefed Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Washington's new policy and statements made by Trump regarding Pakistan.
  • China rushes to Pak help after Trump's Islamadunk

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    The U.S. may wish to be free of war, but war from our terrorist foes - the Taliban , ISIS and al-Qaida - isn't necessarily through with us. Elaborating on Yang?s intervention expressing full backing for Pakistan , Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told the media here that China "valued Pakistans role in Afghanistan issue and respect Pakistan?s sovereign and reasonable security concerns".
  • Cooler than normal and dry for the weekend!

    Cooler than normal and dry for the weekend!

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    Tomorrow , again, will feature a mostly sunny sky. A big change in the weather is ahead for Cleveland today - get ready for much cooler temperatures. SUNDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures will develop, with a low temperature of 62 degrees. A cool start, but mild finish as afternoon highs topped out between 75-80 degrees.