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The manufacturing sector, which accounts for over 75 percent of the index, contracted by 2 percent in February against a rise of 0.6 percent in same month a year ago. The growth rate for the sector marginally declined 0.3 percent for April-February, FY 2017. Overall, food inflation was at 1.85 percent as against 2.01 percent in February.
  • South Korean supporters of arrested ex-president to protest

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    Reflecting a nation deeply split over its future, Park's opponents held their own protests in nearby streets, celebrating her arrest and calling for her conservative policies to be erased. Ms Park, who was removed from office earlier this month, denies the claims. Choi Soon-Sil, Park's secret confidante at the heart of the scandal , is already on trial for forcing top local firms, including tech giant Samsung to "donate" almost $70m to nonprofit foundations, which she allegedly used for ...
  • Malaysia interviewed, cleared 3 N. Koreans before they left

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    Malaysian authorities wrongly identified the slain half-brother of North Korea's leader as a South Korean national and first alerted the South Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur soon after his death, sources familiar with the incident said. March 31: Mr Kim's body and three wanted North Koreans flown back to Pyongyang. "Legally speaking, Kim Jong Un is Jong Nam's next-of-kin", Khalid said.
  • Trump drops China bashing during warm Xi summit

    Trump drops China bashing during warm Xi summit

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    Chinese exports to the USA totaled some $388.1 billion previous year. He should only talk business. "Those are the kinds of steps that the United States could take alone or with other countries, that don't include China , that are directed at North Korea but that China wouldn't like", said Blinken, adding if the threat from North Korea continues to grow, "if necessary, those are things that I would recommend doing".
  • Macron's lead in French election polls shrinks

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    Fillon, the one-time leading man, has fallen spectacularly from grace - and in the polls - lurching from one disaster to the next at seemingly breakneck speed. "There's so much liquidity in the world that they are not going to pull their chips out of France , above all when France will once again be back on the road of economic growth", said the leader of the anti-immigrant, anti-European Union and anti-euro National Front party.
  • Rocket Siren Sounds in Israeli Communities Near Gaza Border

    Rocket Siren Sounds in Israeli Communities Near Gaza Border

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    One was an actual alert in response to a real rocket, while two were false alarms not triggered by ballistic launches. Israel's Ministry of Transport and Intelligence had moments earlier announced that the Taba border crossing would be closed effective immediately to Israeli citizens in the direction of Sinai until the end of the Passover holiday on April 18.
  • 5 hikers found dead in Canadian mountains after fall

    5 hikers found dead in Canadian mountains after fall

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    Colwell said the victims were from British Columbia's Lower Mainland and were part of a regular hiking group. Colwell said blowing winds and snowdrifts can create very "dangerous" and "deceptive" ledges and cornices of unsupported packed snow on the mountain.
  • UN Ambassador Nikki Haley On Trump's Reversal On Syria: 'He Wasn't President'

    UN Ambassador Nikki Haley On Trump's Reversal On Syria: 'He Wasn't President'

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    Syria: What led to the U.S. airstrikes? The decision undercut another campaign promise for Trump: his pledge to try to warm relations with Moscow. Russian Federation has argued that the event took place after the Syrian air force undertook an attack on the outskirts of the village in a bid to destroy militant facilities used to produce chemical bombs, though the claim has been dismissed by the United States as "simply not credible".
  • Intrawest ski resort firm to be sold for $1.5B US

    Intrawest ski resort firm to be sold for $1.5B US

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    DENVER-The company behind the Mont Tremblant and Blue Mountain ski resorts has signed an agreement to be acquired in a friendly deal valued at $1.5 billion (U.S.), including debt. Goldman, Sachs & Co.is serving as financial advisor to Aspen and KSL and is acting as financial advisor to the new entity. Intrawest has been paring down its resort holdings since selling California's Mammoth Mountain in 2005.
  • Malala Yousafzai becomes youngest-ever UN Messenger of Peace

    Malala Yousafzai becomes youngest-ever UN Messenger of Peace

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    Malala answered questions from young people yesterday after Secretary-General Antonio Guterres officially bestowed on her the highest honor the United Nations chief can give a global citizen, calling her "a hero". Yousafzai lives in Britain with her parents and younger brother. While recovering from the Taliban attack, she realized that "extremists tried everything to stop me [and the fact that they didn't] is clear evidence that no one can stop me".
  • McIlroy needs 'round of his life' to complete grand slam

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    Augusta, Ga-Rory McIlroy entered today five shots back from the lead.On a day where there was a lot of movement on the leaderboard, he failed to make ground in the third round. especially around this place". "I feel like I play as aggressive as anyone round here". "But it's one of these courses where, if you get a bit too aggressive and miss it on the wrong side you end up not with birdie but with bogey - and that gets frustrating".
  • Sanders calls on Trump to come to Congress over Syria strikes

    Sanders calls on Trump to come to Congress over Syria strikes

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    Bernie Sanders showed America the difference between a real deal public servant who cares about the middle class and a pretender. On Thursday night, the United States launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at the Syrian military airfield in Ash Sha'irat, located about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the city of Homs.
  • 40 killed in church bombings in Egypt

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    Two Coptic Christian churches in Egypt were bombed on Sunday , leaving at least 36 people dead and over 90 others injured. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, but as of now nobody has been able to confirm they were actually behind the bombings.
  • Shooting at Coral Gables mall leaves one person dead

    Shooting at Coral Gables mall leaves one person dead

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    Two others were wounded inside the Equinox Fitness Club and taken to the hospital. "I heard from my trainer that it was a trainer that had been let go". A shooting at the Equinox gym inside the shopping center on April 8, 2017 . The Miami Herald reports that almost 100 people were eating at Yard House's outdoor patio when the shooting began.