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The corps commander said Pakistan was not happy over the casualties of the Afghan forces as they are 'our Muslim brothers, ' but warned that all armed intruders would meet the same fate. State Department. "The Afghan government has adopted a negative approach towards Pakistan and that's why its forces are carrying out attacks inside our territory in a bid to challenge our sovereignty", he added.
  • UK Conservative lead stays strong ahead of June election -Opinium poll

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    UKIP deputy chairwoman Suzanne Evans acknowledged the party faces a "difficult dilemma". Results showed a loss of 144 seats for Labour - only five weeks before the snap general election. At the time of writing, the Tories had gained an extra 560 councillors. But Labor held seven councils including Cardiff, Swansea and Newport. The results suggest Nuttall's party could be wiped out after it lost every seat it was defending, including being crushed in Brexit-supporting areas such as Essex ...
  • Trump has opened the door to some unions, but not others

    Trump has opened the door to some unions, but not others

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    TRUMP STATEMENT ON PREVENTING MUSLIM IMMIGRATION ", the text at the top of the page reads, before explaining Trump's call for a "complete shutdown of Muslims" as justified by the "obvious" hatred of Muslims toward Western values. In response to this reversal, POLITICO has taken it upon themselves to compile and create an interactive database of White House and Mar-a-Lago visitors - and their findings so far have been telling.
  • Yelp crashes 28% after missing on revenue and slashing guidance (YELP)

    Yelp crashes 28% after missing on revenue and slashing guidance (YELP)

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    Its GAAP net loss was $4.8 million or $0.06 per basic share, better than the $15.5 million or $0.20 per basic share in the year-ago quarter. Analysts had projected EBITDA of almost $37 million. Further, Yelp sees adjusted EBITDA of $130 million to $145 million, a downward adjustment from its previous estimate of $150 million to $165 million.
  • Proposed GOP healthcare plan not dead on arrival — Missouri's Blunt

    Proposed GOP healthcare plan not dead on arrival — Missouri's Blunt

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    If there's a lesson to be reminded of this week as the American Health Care Act moves to the U.S. Senate, it's this: Republicans really want to vote yes to repeal Obamacare. Major medical and other organizations, including the American Medical Association, oppose the bill. "What we're trying to do is to improve the Medicaid system - make it more responsive to patients", he said .
  • Macron win 'a victory for European cooperation': Swedish PM Löfven

    Macron win 'a victory for European cooperation': Swedish PM Löfven

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    In his speech to the crowd, he said: "Tonight you won, France won". "Everyone said it was impossible". Victor, a 30-year-old worldwide development officer originally from Martinique, a Caribbean island that's an overseas region of France, told CNN he supported Macron from the beginning because he defined a new political class, one that is "not right, not left".
  • China launches its first fully indigenous aircraft carrier

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    The conventionally powered aircraft carrier would be the second for China after the Liaoning, a remodeled former Soviet Union vessel that went into service in 2012 for crew training and studies. Until recently, the Chinese navy had little presence outside of the country's immediate region in the Western Pacific, but carriers give it a greater ability to operate further from China's shores.
  • Buhari receives released Chibok girls behind closed doors

    Buhari receives released Chibok girls behind closed doors

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    The young women have been handed over to government officials who will supervise their re-entry into society, Adesina said. While local and worldwide rights groups like Amnesty global and BringBackOurGirls have commended the move, the opposition party said though the release of the girls was good, freeing the terror suspects was bad.
  • Christian governor sentenced to jail for insulting Islam in Indonesia

    Christian governor sentenced to jail for insulting Islam in Indonesia

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    Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has called on the public to respect the North Jakarta District Court's ruling, i.e. the two-year imprisonment sentence to Jakarta Governor Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama for blasphemy. APHR said the ruling could embolden religious hardliners in the country and called into further question Indonesia's harsh blasphemy law, which permits jail sentences of up to five years for those found guilty.
  • Trump to Decide on Paris Climate Accord After G7 Meeting

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    Trump said while campaigning that he opposes the agreement and, in April, Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, called the pact a "bad deal" for the US. EU and other individual European governments, including the United Kingdom, have sought to convince Mr. Trump that sticking with the Paris deal would better serve American interests, an EU official said.