• North Korea fires medium-range ballistic missile in latest weapons test

    North Korea fires medium-range ballistic missile in latest weapons test

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    It provided no other details. A White House official said the projectile in the latest test was a medium-range ballistic missile, a system that North Korea tested in February. He added, "North Korea see that they are in isolation and they should ensure their security themselves, and that no one will assist them and see threats for themselves".
  • MS Dhoni readies for seventh final in ten seasons

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    RPS have beaten Mumbai in the semi-final match which will give them a lot of confidence going in this one. Mumbai's economy in the Powerplay, the best for any team this season. "It's hard to believe the way he has planned some dismissals, the tact and the firmness with which he has dealt with tricky situations and the win-or-nothing attitude he has been able to infuse in the team , get them to gel as a unit", said Goenka.
  • Euro slips from 6-month high as Macron relief rally loses steam

    Euro slips from 6-month high as Macron relief rally loses steam

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    He'll be replaced by Catherine Barbaron. The head of the En Marche! commission in charge of deciding on the movement's candidates told broadcaster Europe 1 that Valls "does not fulfil the criteria" to be a candidate. Macron's ability to govern effectively would also hinge on the outcome of France's parliamentary elections for the next National Assembly, which are due to be held next month, Brenner noted.
  • Yates tells senators she warned Trump about Michael Flynn

    Yates tells senators she warned Trump about Michael Flynn

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    Yates' comments came after former Obama officials revealed that the outgoing president himself firmly warned Trump against naming Flynn as national security advisor, just two days after the November 8 election. Graham, along with Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Charles Grassley (R-IA), and others, grilled Clapper and Yates over the unmasking of Flynn and his conversations with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, and the subsequent leak to the Washington Post .
  • Enes Kanter Has Passport Cancelled, Faces Deportation to Turkey

    Enes Kanter Has Passport Cancelled, Faces Deportation to Turkey

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    ESPN is reporting that the Thunder and league officials are working on gathering information about the situation, but Kanter went to Twitter explaining in a video that he was being held in Budapest. Romania's border police force said the basketball player had come from the U.S. and made a stop in Frankfurt. He is accused by the Turkish government of being behind the July 2016 coup attempt in the country.
  • Trump meeting with Arab Gulf nation leaders

    Trump meeting with Arab Gulf nation leaders

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    Speaking on the possibility of a meeting between Hasina and Trump in Riyadh , Foreign Minister AH Mahmood said, "Let's see". King Salman shook the president's hand and military jets flew overhead. With Trump were Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Senior White House Adviser Jared Kushner, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell were among those present.
  • Trump tells Russians about firing 'nut job' Comey

    Trump tells Russians about firing 'nut job' Comey

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    Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, did not dispute the account. Mr. Trump has denied making the request. Susan Collins (R-ME) said Rosenstein "made clear that the primary mission of the Special Counsel, who will now lead the DOJ investigation, is to determine whether or not there were any violations of criminal law".
  • Eric Cantor explains all those other votes to repeal Obamacare

    Eric Cantor explains all those other votes to repeal Obamacare

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    A bill that didn't do the things the White House supposedly demanded of it, such as really cover pre-existing conditions and raise standards and lower costs for everyone. It would transform Obama's subsidies for millions buying insurance, now based largely on their incomes, making the funding skimpier and tying it to consumers' ages.