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Staffers at the Clay County Development Corp. told WSAZ that Taylor had been removed from her position. "I'm exhausted of seeing a Ape in heels", referring to Mr Trump's wife, Melania and Mrs Obama. CNN has attempted to reach both Whaling and Taylor for comment and have not heard back. The mayor's resignation followed intense criticism, with more than 150,000 people signing an online petition calling for the mayor's termination.
  • Bird sporting 'Donald Trump's hairstyle' soars to internet fame

    Bird sporting 'Donald Trump's hairstyle' soars to internet fame

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    The famous bird co-exists with 50 other fowls in the zoo, but is considered the most striking of his colorful group in the safari park, The Sun reports. The keeper of the bird also said that he was surprised when he read the news. The five year-old bird Trump-like pheasant lives in Hangzhou Safari Park .
  • Ubisoft responds to the genitalia found in 'Watch Dogs 2'

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    In response, Ubisoft says it will patch the game next week, particularly amending "the one female NPC" whose genitals are "rendered in a way that is particularly explicit". The company also promised to work with Microsoft and Sony to make sure the game's content is suitable for players to share. The recently released Watch Dogs 2 features a mission that tasks players with hacking into a virtual version of Ubisoft's San Francisco headquarters in order to steal an E3 teaser.
  • Duterte accuses AMLC, BSP of protecting money launderers

    Duterte accuses AMLC, BSP of protecting money launderers

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    For I really have none. "You failed miserably", President Rodrigo Duterte candidly rebuked central bank authorities for turning a blind eye on alleged money laundering in the country. "I will call for you and you have to answer so many questions to me", he said. Aguirre said involvement in illegal drugs was a predicate crime and the BSP and the AMLC were obliged under their mandate to investigate the bank transactions of suspected drug lords and their protectors.
  • President Duterte Approves Launch of $5.5 Billion Infrastructure Projects in the Philippines

    President Duterte Approves Launch of $5.5 Billion Infrastructure Projects in the Philippines

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    The approval of new projects brings to almost P500 billion the Neda board's approved projects in the first five months of the Duterte administration, Malacañang said. Also approved were Scaling-Up of the Second Cordillera Highlands Agricultural Resources Management Project; Improvement/ Widening of General Luis Road (Quezon City to Valenzuela City) Project; and Malitubog-Maridagao Irrigation Project, Stage 2.
  • A look at Donald Trump's immigration plans by the numbers

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    In his first prime-time television interview since his surprise win in the presidential election last week, Mr Donald Trump was asked about some hot-button issues in the United States. And I want to focus on all of these other things we've been talking about and get the country straightened away". Reflecting on his meeting with outgoing President Barack Obama, Trump showered him with praise.
  • Jimoh Ibrahim's group urges panel to stop hearing Jegede's appeal

    Jimoh Ibrahim's group urges panel to stop hearing Jegede's appeal

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    The Sheriff faction had earlier declared Jimoh victor of a primary election it conducted. The court order had left the Makarfi faction aggrieved, as the court decision displaced Eyitayo Jegede, who had emerged victor in a separate primary election it also conducted and whose name it had also sent to INEC.
  • Cashless India Continues to Suffer Despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Assurance

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    India's roads carry about 65 percent of the country's freight. "But this hardship is only for 50 days", he added. The move to demonetize the large bills is created to bring billions of dollars' worth of cash in unaccounted wealth into the mainstream economy, as well as dent the finances of Islamist militants who target India and are suspected of using fake 500 rupee notes to fund operations.