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In February, North Korea also simultaneously launched four ballistic missiles off its east coast, three of which landed close to Japan. "The missile blew up nearly immediately", Cdr Benham said. Pyongyang conducted two unauthorized nuclear test explosions last year and almost two dozen rocket launches in a years-long push to expand its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs.
  • Don't be complacent, BJP yet to reach peak: Shah to partymen

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    Hailing the role of tribals in the war of independence as "significant", the Prime Minister said in order to recreate and remember their contributions, steps were being taken to have virtual museums at 50 places in the country. The Prime Minister also called on the BJP to not get too excited over the recent State Assembly Elections victory and ensure they keep the momentum going.
  • Nearly 100 migrants feared missing after boat sinks off Libya - coastguard

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    Spokesman Ayoub Gassim said 23 migrants were rescued around 6 miles (10 kilometers) off the Libyan coast after authorities received a distress call. The IOM said in a statement that its employees in Libya and Niger were able to collect "shocking" witnesses of migrants who spoke about the existence of "slave markets" where hundreds of men and women were sold in public squares or warehouses.
  • Bashar Assad: Chemical attack on Syrian town a 'fabrication'

    Bashar Assad: Chemical attack on Syrian town a 'fabrication'

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    The aftermath has seen tensions bubble between the United States and Russian Federation, whose troops are aiding Assad and were stationed at the airbase. They said ISIS does not have chemical weapons . Assad has consistently denied using chemical weapons at any point during Syria's six year civil war.
  • North Korea launches missile despite US tensions

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    North Korea showed off what appeared to a series of new missiles and launchers at its huge annual military parade in a clear message that it is ready to defend itself as a nuclear-powered US aircraft carrier approached the region . The Associated Press furthers notes that in a statement Friday, North Korea's military drew parallels to past USA actions against Iraq and Libya.
  • Iran's former president Ahmadinejad reruns for presidency

    Iran's former president Ahmadinejad reruns for presidency

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    Khamenei's "advice was not a ban", he said at the interior ministry where registration was taking place. Ahmadinejad's decision to contest re-election is believed to be a mighty development in the purview of Syria war for which Saudi Arabia supports US.
  • Delta cancels more flights after storm hits Atlanta

    Economia

    Delta canceled roughly 500 flights Thursday due to planes being out of position, crews being out of place and crew rest requirements after Wednesday's storms, according to Delta spokesman Michael Thomas. The latest cancellations come after approximately 3,000 flights were canceled nationwide earlier in the week as a result of the storms. Change fee waivers remain in place for those voluntarily changing their flights.
  • Delta Pays Family $11000 to Give Up Their Seats

    Delta Pays Family $11000 to Give Up Their Seats

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    A family cashed in on their travel misery by pocketing almost £9,000 in profit after being bumped from three flights . Delta Airlines paid Laura Begley Bloom and her family of three $11,000 not to fly. In a recent article for Forbes , the travel writer and intending passenger wrote about a recent experience with the USA carrier which saw her family profiting from the airline's travel woes as they tried to make it from NY to Florida.
  • Uber vince la prima battaglia: il servizio può continuare in Italia

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    Tuttavia c'è ottimismo fra i rappresentanti di Uber poichè dopo tanti ricorsi respinti, specialmente in merito ad Uber Pop , oggi si arriva ad un esito favorevole, seppur temporaneo. La decisione, inoltre, prevedeva una penale di 10 mila euro per ogni giorno di ritardo nell'applicazione del provvedimento, a partire dal decimo giorno dopo la sentenza.