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The bill passed 245-182, but this is just the first step. The sticking point has been that Republicans want higher military spending and Democrats oppose that unless there is additional money for domestic accounts. "We'll do a shutdown, and it's worth it for our country". "I'd love to see a shutdown if we can't get this stuff taken care of", Trump said during a round table with law enforcement at the White House Tuesday afternoon.
  • India wins the world cup title; beat Australia by 8 wickets

    India wins the world cup title; beat Australia by 8 wickets

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    Sangha said the 100-run loss to India earlier in the tournament is a thing of the past and the final is an altogether new game. Had he been dismissed it could have been very different. Shaw's short but solid knock of 29 ended when he played down the wrong line to Will Sutherland and was bowled. We've also seen how India bowlers bowl here and how we go about it back home.
  • Turkey: Tax office blast caused by bomb, attacker killed

    Turkey: Tax office blast caused by bomb, attacker killed

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    Earlier on Saturday, the Turkish General Staff said in a statement that the Turkish Armed Forces had destroyed 15 terrorist targets and neutralized 74 terrorists in overnight airstrikes. Erdogan's spokesman Ibrahim Kalin meanwhile told journalists in Istanbul that the operation was going as planned but there was no timetable for its duration and it would "continue until we clear all those areas".
  • Hawaii missile gaffe worker: 'I was 100% sure it was real'

    Hawaii missile gaffe worker: 'I was 100% sure it was real'

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    The ex-worker, who was eventually fired for the gaffe, said he felt "very badly for what's happened, the panic and the stress people felt, and all the hurt and pain". He also revealed he has been having trouble eating and sleeping ever since his massive mistake. In an interview with multiple news outlets for the first time, the man who accidentally triggered widespread panic said he's been made a scapegoat by Hawaii Emergency Management and the state.
  • S. Korean, US presidents talk over phone about Korean Peninsula, Winter Olympics

    S. Korean, US presidents talk over phone about Korean Peninsula, Winter Olympics

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    Our Oh Soo-young has more. The North Korean athletes and delegation led by Won Kil U, the country's vice minister of physical culture and sports, immediately boarded a bus for the athletes' village in Gangneung, one of the Games venues. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea ( DPRK ) has accused the United States of trying to turn the upcoming PyeongChang Winter Olympics Games into a theater of confrontation with Pyongyang.
  • Sydney seaplane 'should not have been where it was'

    Sydney seaplane 'should not have been where it was'

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    Mr Cousins, 58, died alongside his 48-year-old fiancée, magazine editor Emma Bowden, her 11-year-old daughter Heather and his sons, Edward, 23, and William, 25, and pilot Gareth Morgan, 44. Crash investigators later likened the flight path to a motorist turning into a dead-end street instead of on to a freeway, and said the plane would have struggled to climb above the bay's terrain.
  • Monopoly Creates Special Edition Specifically For Cheaters

    Monopoly Creates Special Edition Specifically For Cheaters

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    According to Insider , players will actually be encouraged to cheat during the game - but they'll be, quite literally, handcuffed to the game if caught in the act. This makes it easier to pull off cheats such as the "Bank Heist". Still, it's an interesting idea and a more original spin on things than the oceans of versions based on movies and TV shows.
  • US Missile Interceptor Test in Hawaii Fails

    US Missile Interceptor Test in Hawaii Fails

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    It includes overseeing the addition of 20 ground-based interceptors to the 44 already stationed in California and Alaska. Last week, the agency released a report stating it was confident it could protect the small island from a "number" of North Korean missiles .
  • Signs of breaking ice among SC judges at launch of SCBA…

    Signs of breaking ice among SC judges at launch of SCBA…

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    An in-house inquiry was then set up to probe the allegations. Under the procedure, if the panel holds the delinquent judge guilty of misconduct, the CJI will advise the judge concerned to resign or seek voluntary retirement. The report, forwarded to Allahabad HC CJ D B Bhosale, said "the committee concludes that there is sufficient substance in the allegations" against Justice Shukla and that the aberrations on his part were serious enough to warrant initiation of removal proceedings.
  • French coastguard calls off search for head of Quiksilver surfwear

    French coastguard calls off search for head of Quiksilver surfwear

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    The port authority of the Atlantic beach town of Capbreton said the search was launched after Agnes' empty boat was found washed up Tuesday in nearby Hossegor. "The Boardriders family and entire surfing world are devastated by this news", the Huntington Beach company said. In March 2015 Mr Agnes became CEO of the brand, which was founded in Torquay, Australia, in 1969 before moving to the West Coast of America.
  • Police in this Muslim-majority country force 'manly makeovers' on transgenders

    Police in this Muslim-majority country force 'manly makeovers' on transgenders

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    According to Surianata, the police conducted "Operation Anti Moral Illness " after neighbours complained about the transgender community having a "negative influence" on their children, the BBC reported. But police have often used the country's tough anti-pornography legislation to criminalise members of the LGBT community, and there have been a recent string of arrests.
  • A dinosaur as big as a bus found in Egypt's western desert

    A dinosaur as big as a bus found in Egypt's western desert

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    But the true importance of the find is that it fills a gap in our understanding of the Late Cretaceous period (about 100million to 66million years ago). The team has named the species Mansourasaurus shahinae after the name of a university of some researchers. Many believed Africa's dinosaurs were completely isolated from cousins on other continents by the time their heyday was brought to an abrupt end, possibly by an asteroid strike.
  • Melania Trump's Military Flights While Living In NYC Reportedly Cost Over $675000

    Melania Trump's Military Flights While Living In NYC Reportedly Cost Over $675000

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    The Wall Street Journal has reported Trump's personal lawyer brokered a $130,000 payment to Daniels to prohibit her from publicly discussing the alleged affair before the presidential election. Since then, Mrs Trump has cancelled an overseas trip with the president, made an unplanned visit to the Holocaust Memorial Museum and even enjoyed some R & R at Mar-a-Lago.
  • Russian Federation will try to influence USA midterm elections — Central Intelligence Agency

    Russian Federation will try to influence USA midterm elections — Central Intelligence Agency

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    He observed: "The Russians have a long history of these information campaigns". Asked if the Russians would try to influence the mid-term elections, he said: "Of course". "I do the truth", he said. In the BBC interview, Pompeo dismissed the Michael Wolff book Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House, which paints a portrait of a distracted Trump who seems unable or unwilling to grasp the rudiments of his job.
  • Stop! Don't go to Cape Town

    Stop! Don't go to Cape Town

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    Addressing members of the Cape Town Press Club at an event in Newlands on Sunday, Mokonyane said that a collaborative decision would be taken if decisions regarding funding for water projects needed to be considered. "We have managed to push back day zero by cutting consumption to an average of 580-million litres a day for the past week to 540-million litres a day for the past few days‚" he said.