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The U.S. stance on striking Syria is no clearer, even after President Trump tweeted that missiles "will be coming". In another tweet on Thursday, Trump wrote that an attack on Syria "could be very soon or not so soon at all!" While Trump has done nothing militarily to respond to the recent chemical weapons attack the U.S.
  • Munjals, Burmans to invest Rs.1250 crore in Fortis Healthcare

    Munjals, Burmans to invest Rs.1250 crore in Fortis Healthcare

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    An agency report, quoting unnamed sources, said on Thursday that a similar offer was received from Malaysian investment holding company IHH Healthcare Bhd. "The utilisation of proceeds from this funding should only be used for paying dues to Fortis's employees, repayment of loans and payment to pressing creditors", the bid document noted.
  • Woman, 19, arrested for dead baby found in Schiedam

    Woman, 19, arrested for dead baby found in Schiedam

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    Phipps says she officially adopted Vaughn last August. The victim was crying and told her legal guardian that Haynes tied her hands with string, pulled down her trousers and smacked her in the face. "I'm 100 per cent hoping the Attorney-General is going to make the right decision", she said. She took the first available seat on the next flight.
  • Arab Fashion Week commences for the first time in Saudi Arabia

    Arab Fashion Week commences for the first time in Saudi Arabia

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    Another tent holds the catwalk, featuring designers from Brazil, Lebanon , Russia , Saudi Arabia , the United States and the United Arab Emirates. Models and makeup artists preparing for the inaugural Saudi episode of Arab Fashion Week said they were surprised the event was taking place in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom.
  • High Definition Vinyl Is Coming

    High Definition Vinyl Is Coming

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    Rebeat Innovation has secured nearly $5 million in investment and wants to get HD vinyl on the shelves by 2019, Pitchfork reports. Thanks to the investment, the first " HD vinyl " albums could hit stores as early as 2019, Loibl said. The technique would also avoid the chemicals that play a role in traditional vinyl manufacturing. If you're wondering just what sort of benefits you, the consumer, will actually see as compared to your regular "Standard Definition Vinyl " records, well ...
  • Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Nate retired by WMO

    Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Nate retired by WMO

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    Hurricane Harvey is the second costliest hurricane after Hurricane Katrina (2005). Hurricane Maria ravaged the island of Dominica as a Category 5 on September 19th and later devastated Puerto Rico as a high-end Category 4 hurricane. The four retired names will be replaced with Harold, Idalia, Margot, and Nigel. The 2005 hurricane season has the most retired names (five) for one season.
  • Cheyenne Woman Facing Felony Drug Charges After Traffic Stop

    Cheyenne Woman Facing Felony Drug Charges After Traffic Stop

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    Around 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Paris police officers pulled over 22-year-old Linda Sayra Godinez in the 1400 block of Pine Bluff Street for a traffic violation. The dog's response indicated that drugs were in the vehicle. He was charged with possession of methamphetamine. While conducting a traffic stop, the deputy learned that the passenger of the vehicle was on probation with a search clause.
  • Family missing after SUV sinks into California river, police say

    Family missing after SUV sinks into California river, police say

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    Hannah was covered in weeds and blackberries and asked DeKalb to hide her. He said the girl cried and begged his daughter not to let her parents know that she was there. They were expected to get to a family member's home in San Jose on April 6, but did not show up. On March 23, DeKalb notified the department that she believed the children were being abused, according to media interviews and state records.
  • Kevin Spacey sex crimes case 'under review'

    Kevin Spacey sex crimes case 'under review'

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    Kevin Spacey on December 11, 2017". According to CNN , the LASD reports that the allegations involved an adult male and took place in West Hollywood in 1992. Spacey's representative Laura Johnson declined comment in an email. Spacey tweeted an apology to Rapp , but has been silent about subsequent allegations.
  • Roskomnadzor wins, Russian court bans Telegram messenger service

    Roskomnadzor wins, Russian court bans Telegram messenger service

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    Telegram caters for over 200 million users worldwide, many of which are concerned with personal privacy. Telegram, a popular app developed by Russian entrepreneur Pavel Durov, argues that Russia's FSB intelligence service is violating consumer rights, while authorities say the app has been used by violent extremists.
  • Nawaz Sharif stands disqualified for life, rules Pakistan SC

    Nawaz Sharif stands disqualified for life, rules Pakistan SC

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    A five-member bench delivered the verdict on the question of the period of the disqualification of a member of the parliament. Article 62 (1)(f), which sets the precondition for a member of parliament to be " sadiq and ameen " (honest and righteous), is the same provision under which Nawaz Sharif was disqualified by a five-judge SC bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa on July 28, 2017, in the Panama Papers case.
  • New Billie Joe Armstrong Band, The Longshot, Drops 3-Song EP

    New Billie Joe Armstrong Band, The Longshot, Drops 3-Song EP

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    It's not now known who the other members of the band are, with rumours involving one or both of his sons, Jeff Matika, and Green Day's Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool. The 46-year-old rocker has a long history of forming side projects , he's also a member of Pinhead Gunpowder, Foxboro Hot Tubs and The Network. Green Day have been taking some downtime after touring their 2016 album "Revolution Radio" .
  • Israeli PM slams Dublin mayor's visit to Palestine

    Israeli PM slams Dublin mayor's visit to Palestine

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    Update 5.09pm: Israel's foreign ministry has summoned Ireland's ambassador to express dismay over Dublin's mayor attending an "anti-Israel" event in Ramallah. The paper said Israel's interior ministry and strategic affairs ministry blamed each other for the mix-up. Israel ordered a probe Wednesday into how Mac Donncha was allowed into the country.
  • CRM overtakes database management in global revenue stakes

    CRM overtakes database management in global revenue stakes

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    By buying 121,350 shares Timessquare Capital Management Llc made the stock sank with 4.84%. Bares Capital Management Inc. holds 6.62% of its portfolio in Gartner , Inc. Flinton Capital Management LLC's holdings in Gartner were worth $648,000 as of its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
  • U.S. special services get evidence of chemical weapon use in Syrian Douma

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    More than 13,500 Syrian opposition fighters and their families have left Douma this month under a so-called evacuation deal between the fighters and the Russian military, a key ally of Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad . Mattis argued it would be justified as an act of self-defense, with 2000 USA ground troops in Syria; he insisted he could not talk about military plans because an attack "is not yet in the offing".
  • Break Up California Into 3 Smaller States, Billionaire Urges

    Break Up California Into 3 Smaller States, Billionaire Urges

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    In 2013, he launched Six Californias, a plan that would divide up the Golden State into six states. The smallest of the three states, simply referred to as California, would be composed of what is now known as the central coast and Los Angeles, with a median income of $53,000.
  • Finland grants its approval for Nord Stream 2 construction

    Finland grants its approval for Nord Stream 2 construction

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    This is stated in the statement of the Regional administrative Agency for southern Finland issued a permit, writes the Chronicle.info with reference on the European truth. In the company Nord Stream AG 2, which is the operator of the pipeline "Nord stream-2", said that the way the permitting process in Finland completed.
  • Brooke Ashjian Won't Run Again For FUSD School Board

    Brooke Ashjian Won't Run Again For FUSD School Board

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    The board approved the four bids proposed, with all present members voting yes. Former district employee and current parent Dan Busch, who is now a middle school principal in the Tigard-Tualatin district, urged the board to move in the opposite direction and search for a permanent replacement.
  • Chem Weapons Watchdog Backs UK's Findings On Nerve Agent Attack

    Chem Weapons Watchdog Backs UK's Findings On Nerve Agent Attack

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    The OPCW had sent a team of specialists to the United Kingdom last month to investigate the March 4 attack. Moscow denied any involvement and suggested Britain had carried out the attack to stoke anti-Russian hysteria, but Britain asked the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to check samples from Salisbury.
  • 'No Final Decision' Made on Striking Syria

    'No Final Decision' Made on Striking Syria

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    British ministers plan to gather Thursday to discuss whether to join the United States and France in a possible military attack on Syria that threatens to bring Western and Russian forces into direct confrontation. "We hope that there will be no point of no return - that the U.S. and their allies will refrain from military action against a sovereign state", said Nebenzia said outside United Nations headquarters on Thursday.