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According to The Times , it said the Government could take another six months to figure out its priorities, adding: "Despite extended debate among (department) permanent secretaries, no common strategy has emerged". May's cabinet is split, with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Trade Minister Liam Fox and Brexit Minister David Davis - who all campaigned to leave the European Union - on one side and finance minister Philip Hammond and Business Secretary Greg Clark - who wanted to remain - on ...
  • Car-bomb kills 3 Iraqi troops south of Mosul

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    Some 60,000 people have been displaced from Mosul because of the fighting, according to United Nations estimates. Talabany and other intelligence chiefs said the military coalition is making slow but steady progress against Islamic State.
  • Bennett criticized for celebrating Trump's election

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    While Trump's unpredictability is a concern for Israelis, Netanyahu may be relieved to have a Republican in the White House after facing mounting criticism from President Barack Obama over Israeli settlement building in the occupied Palestinian territories.
  • Obama's policy agenda overshadowed by Trump in Peru summit

    Obama's policy agenda overshadowed by Trump in Peru summit

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    China's Xi Jinping said Friday that Ecuador has become his country's "most important partner for investment and financing, works contracts and cooperation in energy and resources" in the Latin America-Caribbean region. Asked about the dangers of protectionism, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said, "It is the way to poverty". Although Trudeau has pushed for countries not to give in to rising protectionist sentiments worldwide, the prime minister is expected to hedge his bets and ...
  • Plane Carrying 4 Crashes, Causes Explosions In Nevada

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    American Medflight's website states it is "the largest, most experienced fixed-wing air ambulance company in Nevada and Eastern California". An airplane transporting a heart patient crashed into a parking lot in Nevada Friday night, shooting massive flames into the sky and setting off multiple explosions that reportedly killed all four passengers onboard, officials said.
  • Should We Keep The Electoral College?

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    No provision of the United States Constitution or federal law prevents the electors from voting for any candidate they choose, and a petition circulating online has accumulated almost 4.5 million signatures calling on the electors to vote for Clinton instead of Trump.
  • Schumer tapped as Senate minority leader; McConnell reelected

    Schumer tapped as Senate minority leader; McConnell reelected

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    But it's not clear anyone will emerge to challenge Pelosi - especially now that the California Democrat, who is known for her vote-counting skills, has declared that she has the votes. Senate Democrats voted on Tuesday to elect New York Sen. The 65-year-old New Yorker will succeed Harry Reid, the Nevada Senator who is retiring after 30 years.
  • Chinese Smartphone Vendors Gain Market Share as Apple, Samsung Lose

    Chinese Smartphone Vendors Gain Market Share as Apple, Samsung Lose

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    Apple has sold 43 million iPhones, giving it 11.1 percent share of sales, just a tad ahead of Huawei, which has moved 32.5 million phones and now has an 8.7 percent share. That meant Apple accounted for 11.5% of the smartphone market, its lowest share since the first quarter of 2009. Apple's sales saw a sharp decline in its biggest markets, US and China.
  • United States slams proposed Israeli bill on settlements as 'troubling step'

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    A committee of Israeli ministers approved a bill on Sunday to do just that. "The Palestinian leadership will turn to the UN Security Council and all other worldwide organisations to stop those Israeli measures". During the course of his 18-month campaign, Trump repeatedly pledged to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem , a controversial move given Israel's illegal occupation of East Jerusalem since 1967 and similar Palestinian ...
  • Jury reaches sentencing decision in Ohio triple slayings

    Jury reaches sentencing decision in Ohio triple slayings

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    Shine, a 21-year-old Cleveland man, was charged with aggravated murder for the triple slaying at Chalk Linez, a Warrensville Heights barbershop. The jury returned its verdict Friday and had to decide whether or not to recommend to the judge that 21-year-old Shine be sentenced to death.
  • With rock music and pinatas, S. Koreans rally against Park

    With rock music and pinatas, S. Koreans rally against Park

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    Park Geun-hye has been rocked by a scandal involving a friend alleged to have abused her ties with the president to meddle in state affairs and wield improper influence. "It does not make sense to simply ask for her withdrawal". Police estimated the number of counter-protesters at 11,000, while organisers said the turnout was higher.