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This year's hurricane season still has the potential to be "particularly destructive", with consequences for the oil market, it said. "If the Harvey impact was potentially and possibly short-term bullish for oil prices the same can not be said about Irma", PVM analyst Tamas Varga stated .
  • CT and NY AGs sue Trump over rescinding DACA

    CT and NY AGs sue Trump over rescinding DACA

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    On immigration , Trump is navigating politically tricky waters. The clock is now officially ticking. President Trump's "cruel and capricious policy" on the dreamers is "supported neither by a majority of voters nor leaders of his own party", Meyers said .
  • Lady Gaga Opens Up About Chronic Pain In Her Netflix Documentary

    Lady Gaga Opens Up About Chronic Pain In Her Netflix Documentary

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    Lady Gaga revealed the reason for her breakup with actor Taylor Kinney in her new documentary. She also recently starred in a remake of A Star is Born with Bradley Cooper as her co-star and director. Lady Gaga values the opinions of her family and friends on her career. "My love life has just imploded", she said. She has sold an estimated 27 million albums and 146 million singles worldwide.
  • Miss America victor leaves little to the imagination in TINY bikini round

    Miss America victor leaves little to the imagination in TINY bikini round

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    On Sunday, Mund told judges that there was evidence for the existence of climate change and that it was a "bad decision" for President Donald Trump to withdraw the United States from the agreement. Mund bested a field of 51 competitors from each state and the District of Columbia during the weeklong of events. Miss Missouri Jennifer Davis , who was later revealed to be the 1st runner up, was asked: "There are multiple investigations into whether Trump's campaign colluded with ...
  • Google Appeals Anti-trust Fine

    Google Appeals Anti-trust Fine

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    The EU hit Google with the record fine - which broke the previous EU record for a monopoly case, against USA chipmaker Intel of 1.06 billion euros in 2009 - in June for illegally favoring its shopping service in search results. Google has filed a legal appeal against a record-breaking fine handed down by the European Commission this summer for anti-competitive behavior relating to the operation of its product search comparison service, now known as Google Shopping.
  • Saakashvili aims to topple Ukraine's 'oligarchy' after dramatic return

    Saakashvili aims to topple Ukraine's 'oligarchy' after dramatic return

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    Supporters who had gathered on the Ukrainian side rushed forward to greet Saakashvili and the crowd proceeded toward the Ukrainian town of Shehyni on foot. He stands accused of criminal abuse of power by the pro-Russian government in Georgia and was expelled from Ukraine after resigning from the governorship of Odessa and founding a pro-American, anti-Russian populist party.
  • 'The EU needs Turkey to solve its problems'

    'The EU needs Turkey to solve its problems'

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    In a statement issued on its website, the ministry said the political atmosphere in Germany was "under the effect of increasing far-right and even racist discourses" as the election campaign was based on "an anti-Turkey sentiment" and efforts to obstruct its European Union accession bid, warning Turkish citizens to "be careful" and keep their composure against "racist and xenophobic slurs".
  • Archbishop Desmond Tutu has refused

    Archbishop Desmond Tutu has refused "to remain silent" on San Suu Kyi

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    A large number of Muslims, including women and children, have been burnt alive, lynched to death or lost their lives while fleeing the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya people. In one exchange in the House before summer break, Liberal MP Omar Alghabra touted the government's record of commenting on Myanmar's ongoing crisis where and when necessary.
  • Protests in South Korea as nations wrestle with North missile threat

    Protests in South Korea as nations wrestle with North missile threat

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    May also said she would also work with European Union leaders on further measures the European Union could take to pressure the North Korean leadership, the spokesman said. US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley called for another round of sanctions against Pyongyang on Monday during an emergency meeting of the Security Council.
  • State of emergency declared in SC ahead of Hurricane Irma

    State of emergency declared in SC ahead of Hurricane Irma

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    The remnants of the deadly hurricane are now projected to sweep into Alabama and Georgia by Monday morning, bringing strong winds and rain. Columbia is most likely to experience the storm's effects throughout the day and night Monday, although tropical storm-force winds are possible starting Sunday night.
  • What position paper means for British negotiators

    What position paper means for British negotiators

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    Britain has urged the EU for more imagination and flexibility to enable talks to move on to trade. Both the European Union and United Kingdom had earlier agreed they would make concerted efforts to avoid a resolve that will degenerate into a hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland as such was the state of the border before the crisis that rocked both countries was resolved through a peace process in the 1990s.
  • No good options against North Korea

    No good options against North Korea

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    South Korea's defense ministry, though, said that the measure was " temporary " and necessary as the region braces for another potential missile launch. The initiative of suspension-for-suspension calls for the DPRK to suspend its nuclear and missile activities and for the United States and South Korea to suspend their large-scale war games.