• 'Wonderful' That China Abstained From UN Vote

    'Wonderful' That China Abstained From UN Vote

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    And I will say this: "He is doing the wrong thing". "It's no longer obsolete". The Obama administration had at times called China's currency " significantly undervalued ", but didn't take the step of labeling the country a manipulator. But not all of these flip-flops are terribly meaningful to most Americans. Then again, who knows how he'll sound next week? Late Wednesday, Trump advisers had huddled at the White House to discuss options for responding to the chemical attack, including ...
  • Samsung Unveils Galaxy S8 And S8 Plus With Infinity Display

    Samsung Unveils Galaxy S8 And S8 Plus With Infinity Display

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    During an interview with Fortune magazine, Grant Castle, vice president of T-Mobile, the third-largest US wireless carrier in the number of subscribers, said, "When converging with "Carrier Aggregation" technology, which combines a number of separate frequency bands into one frequency to improve the speed, the Galaxy S8 can achieve the data processing speeds of gigabit per second".
  • Canada Releases Proposed Cannabis Legislation

    Canada Releases Proposed Cannabis Legislation

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    At a news conference attended by the various ministries affected by the proposed law, former Toronto police chief and current Liberal Member of Parliament Bill Blair called legalized pot a way of "protecting children and making our communities safer".
  • Syria's president said the Idlib massacre is '100 percent fabrication'

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    Nevertheless, at a G7 summit in Italy earlier this week, Mr. Tillerson said: "I think it is clear to all of us that the reign of the Assad family is coming to an end."Defence Secretary James Mattis acknowledged on Tuesday that Mr. In the 1960s, the Soviet Union stifled condemnations of Nasser's attacks on the Yemenis, leading then-United Nations Secretary-General U Thant to declare that he was powerless to deal with the matter.
  • ISIL death toll hits 90 from huge United States bomb in Afghanistan

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    A GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb, nicknamed MOAB, was dropped at 7 p.m. local time Thursday, the. Deptula, Cancian and US military officials said the United States has an even larger bomb in its inventory - the 30,000 pound (14,000 kg) GBU-57 Massive Ordnance Penetrator (MOP), which would be more effective against North Korea's nuclear test site, given its ability to penetrate reinforced concrete and anti-blast steel doors.
  • Muslims have 'constitutional' right to follow their personal law: AIMPLB

    Muslims have 'constitutional' right to follow their personal law: AIMPLB

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    The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Thursday told the Law Commission that majority of Muslims do not want any interference in Shariah laws and that the constitution gives them right to follow Shariah laws. "The board has made a decision to end the practice of triple talaq itself in 18 months, so the government should not interfere in the matter", Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamna quoted Vice president of AIMPLB, Dr Sayeed Sadiq.
  • 22 killed in Sri Lanka as massive mound of garbage collapses

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    Rescuers raced against time today to find survivors after a mountain of garbage collapsed on dozens of homes following a fire near the Sri Lankan capital two days ago, as the death toll in the tragedy climbed to 23. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe issued an apology on behalf of the government to the victims. Major General Sudantha Ranasinghe has been appointed as in charge of search and rescue operations.
  • Bashar al-Assad still has 'tonnes' of chemical weapons

    Bashar al-Assad still has 'tonnes' of chemical weapons

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    The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said experts had analyzed available information "and their preliminary assessment (was) that this was a credible allegation". Denouncing the "barbaric" attack, Trump ordered a strike that saw 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles slam into the airbase in central Syria from which Washington accused al-Assad's forces of launching the attack.