• Nobody Is Sure What President Trump Will Do on Tariffs Today

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    US allies seeking to avoid the steel and aluminum tariffs approved by President Donald Trump might be asked to step up their financial commitments to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. With demand for US steel expected to increase, United States Steel Corp said it would restart one of two blast furnaces and steel-making facilities and rehire 500 employees at its Granite City, Illinois, plant.
  • San Antonio teen trapped in cave, crews attempting rescue

    San Antonio teen trapped in cave, crews attempting rescue

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    She is alert". On Friday, the school district said the teen is in good spirits and recovering at home. The 18-year-old female student had been on a guided tour and reportedly became trapped in a section called the "hole in the wall". Hood said there were about 70 rescuers on scene and they worked in 20-minute shifts in the tight space in the cave. Rescuers were gradually chipping away at the rock around her and have taken measures to make sure that she did not slip further into the rock ...
  • Man shot and killed while taking a selfie

    Man shot and killed while taking a selfie

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    The minor, who allegedly pulled the trigger "accidentally", has been apprehended, said the police on Friday. Prashant Chauhan and his 17-year-old cousin were facing each other. The body has been taken for post-mortem. Negligence on his part will be investigated under Section 30 of the Arms Act. Early this year, a 25-year-old man in Telangana was hit by a train while trying to take a selfie.
  • Chasing renewal, French far-right turn to Bannon at party conference

    Chasing renewal, French far-right turn to Bannon at party conference

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    He also praised Le Pen's vision of a political spectrum that is no longer left- right but nationalists versus globalists. Le Pen had lost a contentious campaign for president of France previous year to centrist Emmanuel Macron. Le Pen defended inviting Bannon to the event. Despite being ousted from his White House post past year and feuding with Trump in recent months, Bannon praised the president's "economic nationalism" that he said "does not care about your race, your religion, your ...
  • TL;DR: South Africa in lead after hard-fought day

    TL;DR: South Africa in lead after hard-fought day

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    At 2/155 just after tea yesterday South Africa looked to be in a dominant position, just 88 runs in arrears. The length of De Villiers's stay at the crease on Sunday morning will most likely be the decisive factor in terms of the advantage South African ultimately finish with.
  • Kejriwal reaches out to PM, Rahul

    Kejriwal reaches out to PM, Rahul

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    CAIT secretary general Praveen Khandelwal said,"Instead of talking about hunger strike, Kejriwal should honestly work for the traders and accordingly should pass a Bill for moratorium on sealing in the ensuing session of Assembly and forward it to Central Government for approval".
  • Indian Coast Guard helicopter crash lands in Raigad

    Indian Coast Guard helicopter crash lands in Raigad

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    The ICG chopper was located by the Navy and all 4 crew members were rescued and flown back to the Naval Hospital INHS Asvini at Mumbai . One ICG lady pilot has suffered injuries being treated. It was reportedly a Coast Guard Chetak chopper. A very big accident was avoided, as it might have cost four lives if the helicopter had lost control and crashed onto the rocks.
  • Iranian flag torn down at Iranian Embassy in London

    Iranian flag torn down at Iranian Embassy in London

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    The ambassador then denounced the Friday attack on the Iranian embassy by the Shirazi cult, which he branded as a deviated ideology, and said that storming the embassy building before the eyes of public was a brazen violation of the worldwide law.
  • Nidahas Trophy 2018: Sri Lanka will battle against Bangladesh

    Nidahas Trophy 2018: Sri Lanka will battle against Bangladesh

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    Bangladesh opted to field first much like the last couple of matches as both the sides fielded an unchanged XI on the park. Kusal Mendis and Kusal Perera had struck fifties for Sri Lanka as they reached an imposing total of 214 for 6. For the Bangladeshis it was yet more frustration and extended a dismal run in all forms of the game. Perera started off in aggressive fashion with two fours off Rubel Hossain and changed gears in the 11th over by whacking Mehidy Hasan over long on for his ...
  • Left Front flays Congress for 'unilaterally announcing' RS candidate in Bengal

    Left Front flays Congress for 'unilaterally announcing' RS candidate in Bengal

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    Bihar Congress acting president Kaukab Quadri said he met Rahul on Tuesday and discussed the Rajya Sabha election and byelections in Bihar and their relation with ally RJD. A candidate needs 44 votes to get elected and some of the independents are likely to extend support to BJP. Political experts say it is imperative for the opposition parties to come together to defeat the BJP.
  • Marathon Oil (NYSE:MRO) Receives Buy Rating from RF Lafferty

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    First Republic Investment Management Inc. now owns 172,134 shares of the oil and gas company's stock worth $11,357,000 after buying an additional 32,154 shares during the last quarter. Therefore 45% are positive. Marathon Oil Corporation had 110 analyst reports since July 21, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. As per Sunday, October 29, the company rating was maintained by RBC Capital Markets.
  • China February trade surplus surprises sharply to the upside

    China February trade surplus surprises sharply to the upside

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    The group also includes Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, India and Pakistan , and China has sought to use it to ensure security along its Central Asian border. Wang said China "fully commends and supports" the steps taken by the two countries and calls on the United States and North Korea "to engage in dialogue sooner rather than later" and move to set up a peace-establishing mechanism.
  • Texas Primaries See Surging Democratic Turnout & Record Number of Female Candidates

    Texas Primaries See Surging Democratic Turnout & Record Number of Female Candidates

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    Many Republicans watched the Texas returns with growing unease, but some said that with the general election still seven months away it was too early to suggest Democrats have an upper hand in taking either chamber of Congress. That's 20 points more than the 40 percent that went to Democratic candidates. Statewide in 2010, general election turnout for the top of the ballot gubernatorial race was 4.9 million , a ten percent increase from the previous gubernatorial election in 2006.
  • INX Media case: Karti in CBI custody for 3 more days

    INX Media case: Karti in CBI custody for 3 more days

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    Karti was first grilled by ED in January. His custody, initially extended by five days on March 1, was again extended by three days to March 9. As per the court order, he can not be arrested by the ED till 20 March in the case. The outcome of Karti's bail plea assumes significance as the high court said that if he is granted the relief by the special judge (trial court), ED will not take any coercive steps against him till March 20, when it will hear the matter.
  • N claims having majority votes to elect its Senate chairman

    N claims having majority votes to elect its Senate chairman

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    And in what appears to be a political sleight of hand on the part of Imran - he has in a roundabout way joined hands with the PPP not to get the PTI's own candidate elected to the either of the two august offices of the Senate but simply to stop the PML-N from winning either one.