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The patrol boat Infanta Cristina was told to exit the area by the Royal Navy unit stationed in the small British overseas territory - home to just over 30,000 people. The EU's negotiating draft negotiating guidelines for member states, published after May triggered Article 50 to begin Brexit, have provoked consternation among British politicians.
  • Do Trump's Mar-a-Lago trips cost $3 million?

    Do Trump's Mar-a-Lago trips cost $3 million?

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    Over at least five years on Twitter, Mr Trump repeatedly suggested President Obama was lazy for spending so much time playing golf. Civil liberties groups say they are filing a series of lawsuits against the US government seeking details on how federal agencies enforced Trump's ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries.
  • A Nuclear North Korea, How Will President Trump Respond?

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    United States' Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley greets United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in the Security Council chamber at the United Nations Headquarters in NY. It followed ballistic missile tests in February and March, as the isolated country defies United Nations sanctions and works on a missile that could deliver a miniaturized nuclear weapon to the continental U.S.
  • BIEAP Inter Result March 2017 @ manabadi.com

    BIEAP Inter Result March 2017 @ manabadi.com

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    The BIEAP Inter result 2017 will be published online on the official websites like results.cgg.gov.in, bieap.gov.in, manabadi, and schools9. Now, The results for the same will be out at official website . It is expected that the results would be out by April 17. Candidates who had appeared for the exam in the month of March 2017 can check the results from the direct link provided below.
  • United Airlines still in recovery as passenger mulls lawsuit over forced removal

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    When airlines are overbooked, they typically offer incentives for passengers to surrender their seats. Munoz said United will be reviewing all its policies, including the use of law enforcement boarding a plane. David Dao. "That is not who our family at United is", Munoz said. "The problem here is when you have a company, an industry that is a near monopoly, this is what happens", the CEO of Dezenhall Resources said on CNBC's "Squawk Box".
  • Kim Jong-nam: Body 'arrives in Pyongyang' in exchange deal

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    Malaysian national police chief Khalid Abu Bakar said three North Koreans wanted for questioning had finally been interviewed and allowed to leave on the same plane carrying Kim's body. Kim Jong Nam was passed over to lead the country when his father died in 2011 in favor of the younger Kim Jong Un. Indonesian Siti Aisyah, 25, and Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong, 28, claimed they were duped into believing they were taking part in a television prank show.
  • Donald Trump Forgot Which Country He Just Bombed

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    Tillerson, on a mission to persuade Russian Federation to abandon Assad, issued an ultimatum to Putin before flying to Moscow: Either side with the US and likeminded countries, or with Assad, Iran and the militant group Hezbollah. Adding further fuel to rising tensions: the White House's move to circulate declassified United States intelligence accusing Moscow of aiding Assad's government in covering up last week's gruesome nerve gas attack that killed more than 80 people.
  • Lebanese president blocks expected extension of parliament's term

    Lebanese president blocks expected extension of parliament's term

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    Most political parties have rejected holding parliamentary elections based on the existing system, a sectarian-based electoral law that dates back to 1960. The Parliament Bureau has called for a Thursday legislative session that has a one-year extension of parliament's term on its agenda, which has angered the FPM and the Lebanese Forces who have called for street protests and vowed to boycott the session.
  • The man removed from the United Airlines flight has released a statement

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    The backlash from the incident resonated around the world, with social media users in the United States, China and Vietnam calling for boycotts of the No. Not allowing overbooking and bumping would also make it more hard for airlines to recover from problems such as storms or computer outages, which lead to canceled flights and the need to rebook passengers.
  • NY appeals court judge found dead on Hudson River shore

    NY appeals court judge found dead on Hudson River shore

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    Wednesday along the river's shore near Harlem, one day after being reported missing. Police said she was fully clothed and there were no obvious signs of trauma or foul play. She was appointed as an associate justice of the appellate division by Gov. David Paterson in 2009, and was appointed to the Court of Appeals - the state's highest court - by Cuomo four years later.
  • Plainfield Man Named FBI's 'Ten Most Wanted Fugitives'

    Plainfield Man Named FBI's 'Ten Most Wanted Fugitives'

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    Police arrested Gomez's co-conspirator, but when they went to Gomez's home he jumped out a back window and got away, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said. The FBI doesn't believe that Gomez, a Honduran citizen, has fled the country. "We will never forget, and will not rest until Walter Yovany Gomez is located, captured, and brought to justice".