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A few years back, it was spotted near Kings Bay Navy submarine base in Georgia. Mr. Zeldin nonetheless bristled at the suspicious moves by a ship that carries a battery of eavesdropping and data-gathering equipment, as well as surface-to-air missiles.
  • Anti-Trump protests held in Mexico against United States president's 'campaign of xenophobia'

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    Trump recently said it is likely that Mexico will reimburse the United States for the wall in order to speed up construction. The marchers protested Trump's plans for a border wall and increased deportations of migrants. Irene Aguilar, a university professor, said the main message of the marchers was to show the unity of Mexicans in the face of adversity. In what looked set to be Mexico's biggest anti-Trump protest yet, some 20 cities joined the call to march made by a group of dozens of ...
  • Tragedy as 32 tourists die in Taiwan

    Tragedy as 32 tourists die in Taiwan

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    One rescue worker told reporters: "It was like a hell with body parts of some victims scattered around the bloodstained bus, whose top had been torn off when it hit the ground against the hillside". Within the next two weeks, regulators will also step up inspections on tour bus companies across the island that did not meet standards during previous assessments.
  • Koreatown resident buys dozens of flowers for classmates, girlfriend for Valentine's Day

    Koreatown resident buys dozens of flowers for classmates, girlfriend for Valentine's Day

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    Misti Johnson, the new owner of Flowers and Gifts of Rocky Mount, said Valentine's Day certainly increases sales, but there is also a big cost for the local business in trying to make the special day ideal for customers. So how did giving flowers become an expression of love and affection? Saturday, Sunday, I had all these roses out the back. 300 to 400 orders of flowers will be delivered Tuesday.
  • Gambia formally reverses withdrawal from ICC

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    Earlier this month, the European Union pledged €225m ($240m; £191m) in aid to The Gambia as part of its effort to become a "privileged partner of The New Gambia". South Africa and Burundi also signalled previous year they would quit the ICC and African Union member states earlier this month endorsed an unspecified "strategy of collective withdrawal".
  • Kulgam killings: Pellets back in spotlight as two injured in police firing

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    Hundreds of people, mostly youths, started sloganeering after four militants and a civilian were killed in the encounter at Frisal in Kulgam this morning, a police official said. Doctors at SMHS said late on Sunday night that a civilian, Danish Nazir of Frisal, reported for treatment with a gunshot injury. Sunday's encounter also left more than two dozen people injured, including three Army personnel.
  • Dozens protest outside a Chicago Planned Parenthood clinic

    Dozens protest outside a Chicago Planned Parenthood clinic

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    More than 100 people held signs in support of birth control and health care for women at the Planned Parenthood building on Third Street. Rev. Patrick Mahoney is a Presbyterian minister for Church On the Hill in DC and was one of the speakers at the anti-abortion protest.
  • Germany Voting for New President

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    Many people see Mr Steinmeier as the most popular poltician in Germany. Although the president does not have much executive power, he is considered an important moral authority. Steinmeier - a Social Democrat - has the backing of Chancellor Angela Merkel's "grand coalition" of centre-right and centre-left parties. Steinmeier is only known to have lost his cool once, in 2014, when he yelled at Berlin protesters who had accused him of being a "warmonger" over his Ukraine policy.
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    Multinational "Aman-17" naval exercise kicks off

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    This news story is related to Print/185184-Aman-2017-naval-exercise/ - breaking news, latest news, pakistan ne. MULTINATIONAL Aman 17 naval exercise kicked off at the PNS dockyard Friday with a magnificent ceremony. I am delighted that the Royal Navy chose to send Daring to Pakistan to help mark the 70th anniversary of relations between our two countries. Commander of the Pakistani naval fleet Vice Admiral Arifullah Hussaini inaugurated the exercise, which includes Australia, China, ...
  • Peru search home of ex-President Toledo in corruption case

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    Judge Richard Concepcion said evidence uncovered so far in the probe warranted putting Toledo in "preventive prison" while charges of influence peddling and money laundering were prepared. From Paris, Toledo has denied wrongdoing, telling the Peruvian television channel Cuarto poder: "They should say, when, where and through which bank the 20 million U.S.
  • US, China military planes come inadvertently close over South China Sea

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    Pacific Command said in a statement to Reuters . Philippine Defense Department spokesman Arsenio Andolong told the Beloit Daily News that Filipinos were "worried" about "possible miscalculations" between Chinese and USA forces. But it returns attention to the long list of close encounters and mini-provocations involving China, the United States, and USA allies in the region, at a time when relations between the two behemoths have become less amicable and predictable than in recent years.
  • In Anti-US Rallies In Iran, Trump Is Front And Center

    In Anti-US Rallies In Iran, Trump Is Front And Center

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    Iran "won't give in to bullying and threats ", he said . On Friday, Rouhani also hailed the achievements of 2015 nuclear deal for Iran, saying that it enabled the country to establish its nuclear rights internationally. "America and Trump can not do a damn thing". The rallies this year are covered by over 3,250 reporters and photojournalists, including more than 250 from other countries.
  • Shaun Edwards: England boss Eddie Jones is great for rugby

    Shaun Edwards: England boss Eddie Jones is great for rugby

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    Clifford joins Maro Itoje and Nathan Hughes in an inexperienced back row which has just 20 caps between them, with their Welsh counterparts Sam Warburton, Justin Tipuric and Taulupe Faletau boasting 146 in total. There's a lot of time in the [team] hotel because I'm based in Exeter, so it's good to get your mind off the game sometimes. When you look back, if someone asks where are the best places you've played, you would say the Millennium Stadium, for the atmosphere and everything that comes ...