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Kim Kardashian To Have Surgery On Uterus To Carry A Third Child

Kim Kardashian To Have Surgery On Uterus To Carry A Third Child

Queen Kim K looks is putting the wheels in motion for another Kardashian/Kanye baby and has revealed that she will undergo surgery on her uterus in order to make her dreams a reality. This apparen...

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Clinton warns Trump's proposed budget cuts would endanger US security

Clinton warns Trump's proposed budget cuts would endanger US security

Congressional Democrats and Republicans have rejected the proposed diplomatic cuts, with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., telling The Associated Press in an interview earlier this month, "I d...

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Meet Alexei Navalny, Russia's political underdog with bite

Meet Alexei Navalny, Russia's political underdog with bite

But he also says that Russian Federation is far different from the Soviet Union and sees the possibility of change in decades to come. It also features animated sequences set to a version of the Russi...

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SC firms its stand on highway liquor ban; modifies judgment

SC firms its stand on highway liquor ban; modifies judgment

The apex court's verdict comes on a batch of petitions - both by some states and private parties - seeking modification of its order banning liquor vendors along national and state highways. A senior ...

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Merkel's Deputy Bouffier: Erdogan Not Wanted in Germany

Merkel's Deputy Bouffier: Erdogan Not Wanted in Germany

The announcement by the Union of European Turkish Democrats (UETD) underscored a sharp deterioration in relations between North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies Germany and Turkey ahead of the re...

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Democrats threaten delay on Supreme Court nominee

Udall echoed those concerns and said Gorsuch failed to win him over when the two met. Chuck Schumer criticized Judge Neil Gorsuch, saying he "almost instinctively favors the powerful over the weak" ...

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Environmental groups file lawsuit over Trump climate actions

So how much damage can Trump do to the global fight against climate change during the next four years? "China won't strike out on its own". Speaking in NY last week, China's ambassador to the UN Liu...

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Britain considering post-Brexit citizenship rights for European Union nationals

Britain considering post-Brexit citizenship rights for European Union nationals

Secondary legislation, known as statutory instruments, will be used to make technical changes, with up to 1,000 pieces expected, almost as many as MPs and peers usually deal with in an entire parliame...

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Shiv Sena shuts 500 meat shops in old Gurgaon

Shiv Sena shuts 500 meat shops in old Gurgaon

Later in the afternoon, a police team went to various places and told restaurant owners to continue business without fear and assured them safety. "We can not be tolerating such hooliganism and sendin...

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Venezuela Supreme Court assumes Congress role

Venezuela Supreme Court assumes Congress role

That forced the president and his allies in the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) to share power for the first time since its founder, Hugo Chavez, surged to power in 1999. Deputies of the Ve...

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US Secretary of State Tillerson in Turkey for talks

The visit comes after Turkey announced its military offensive in northern Syria was over, without detailing whether that signified withdrawal of its troops from the war-torn country. Ahmad Othman to...

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Police officer struck by London attacker's vehicle suffered life-changing injuries

Police believe Masood acted alone, but they also want to know if he was inspired by propaganda from extremist groups such as ISIS - which issued a claim of responsibility Thursday - or if he might als...

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Memorial for officer killed in Westminster terror attack

Memorial for officer killed in Westminster terror attack

Khalid Masood killed the unarmed officer who was guarding Parliament, minutes after Masood drove a auto into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge. Four people were killed when Islamist extremist Khalid...

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Relief in EU as Dutch PM sees off far-right's Wilders

Relief in EU as Dutch PM sees off far-right's Wilders

Indeed, it was not Wilders but the once and likely future prime minister who said , just weeks before the election , "If you don't like it here, then leave". The Kremlin is ready to keep up the dial...

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Saudi Arabia intercepts 4 ballistic missiles from Yemen

Saudi Arabia intercepts 4 ballistic missiles from Yemen

Human rights monitors say the coalition air raids are to blame for the majority of civilian deaths. Thousands of Yemenis rallied on the streets of Sanaa in support of the Houthi movement to mark t...

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Syrian experts visit critical dam spillway near main IS base

Syrian experts visit critical dam spillway near main IS base

Last week, USA aircraft ferried hundreds of Syrian Democratic Forces fighters, as well as American artillery and military advisers, behind Islamic State lines. Reuters reported on Tuesday that Syrian...

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Trump will argue he is immune from lawsuits until he leaves office

Trump will argue he is immune from lawsuits until he leaves office

She claims she was "ambushed by Mr Trump on more than one occasion" and "subjected to unwanted sexual touching" in incidents in NY and Los Angeles. Trump has denied Zervos's allegations and said h...

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North Korea conducts another missile engine test, US officials say

North Korea conducts another missile engine test, US officials say

For instance, questions are being raised in the US strategic community about the efficacy of the so-called "left of launch" cyber and electronic techniques that were meant to intercept North Korean mi...

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Babri Masjid dispute: Subramaniam Swamy urges Muslims to support Ram temple construction

Babri Masjid dispute: Subramaniam Swamy urges Muslims to support Ram temple construction

The BJP on Tuesday hailed the Supreme Court's advice for an amicable settlement of the Ayodhya Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute. "It is a sensitive and sentimental issue and it's best that it is ...

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Viral: Little girl thinks this water heater is a robot

Viral: Little girl thinks this water heater is a robot

In the not-so-distant future, they'll drive us around. Tolmachoff has received more than 50,000 retweets since posting the video at about 6 p.m. ET on Monday. Is it a discarded water heater? "So c...

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Six aid workers killed in ambush in South Sudan

Six aid workers killed in ambush in South Sudan

It is no coincidence that areas afflicted by starvation are opposition areas, home to mostly ethnic Nuer and controlled for the most part by rebels, a leaked report by United Nations investigators sai...

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Malaysian authorities still in possession of Kim Jong-nam's body

Malaysian authorities still in possession of Kim Jong-nam's body

The remains of Kim Jong-Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, could not be repatriated to Macau today due to a cargo technical issue. "We have to check with the foren...

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Oklahoma police officer dies after traffic-stop shooting

The man who shot him suffered four gunshot wounds, Kidney said. "He was a very young officer, just getting a start", he said. Terney used a stun gun on the man but it was ineffective, Kidney sai...

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Won't act against 'legal' slaughter house, assures BJP

Won't act against 'legal' slaughter house, assures BJP

As meat sellers in state capital Lucknow and in many other districts of Uttar Pradesh announced an indefinite strike from today against Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's order closing illegal slaught...

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BJP likely to form government in Manipur

BJP likely to form government in Manipur

This is BJP's first government in Manipur and is being propelled by post-poll allies such as NPP, NPF, LJP and Independents. Ibobi Singh set to resign :Ibobi Singh is set to resign after he failed ...

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Fox News criticized for 'news alert' about Trump's weekend

Fox News criticized for 'news alert' about Trump's weekend

On Sunday, Trump went to the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia, marking his 13th trip to a golf course since he took office on January 20. White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, has previo...

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'It would be immoral for Mexicans to help build U.S. border wall'

President Donald Trump's U.S. -Mexico border wall. The archdiocese said that some companies were interested in supplying cement, paint, lighting and other materials. The wall would be "a serious aff...

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Muslim women gather on Westminster Bridge to condemn 'abhorrent' attack

Muslim women gather on Westminster Bridge to condemn 'abhorrent' attack

They had taken hundreds of photos and Kurt had repeatedly told his friends and family he felt like he was home. The couple, from Utah, were sightseeing on the last day of a trip celebrating their 25...

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Airlines' ban on Sena MP rocks Houses

Airlines' ban on Sena MP rocks Houses

As Sena MPs protested at the centre of the house, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said, "Message achha nahi jaa raha hai (The message going out is not good)". Kurien on the ground that it pertained to a membe...

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Hong Kong choose new leader amid accusations of China meddling

Hong Kong choose new leader amid accusations of China meddling

The former deputy to unpopular outgoing Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying received 777 votes to defeat her opponents, former finance secretary John Tsang , who got 365 votes, and former judge Woo Kwo...

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We're safe for now as north braces for Cyclone Debbie

We're safe for now as north braces for Cyclone Debbie

Cyclone Debbie has been forming off the coast of Queensland state in recent days, the official Bureau of Meteorology said yesterday, with its "very destructive core" expected to hit land early Tuesday...

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What North Korea's 'piggyback' picture says about the regime

What North Korea's 'piggyback' picture says about the regime

North Korea is dark and impoverished. The regime mouthpiece Rodong Sinmun in an editorial lashed out at the Trump administration for "building the walls so that the immigrants can't enter, and han...

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Protestors Arrested After Scuffle at Pro-Trump Rally in Huntington Beach

Protestors Arrested After Scuffle at Pro-Trump Rally in Huntington Beach

The pro-Trump rally was in support of veterans, first responders, and law enforcement. There were several other arrests and two people suffered minor injuries , but Pearsall said he did not immed...

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How Does Women's Health Fare Under Trumpcare?

How Does Women's Health Fare Under Trumpcare?

Before winning the presidential election in November, Trump had also promised to defund Planned Parenthood, and fought to get the healthcare bill passed . "This bill would force women into a world wh...

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Australia and China reach agreements aimed at increasing trade

Beard also points out there are a list of smaller issues, like access through Customs and labelling, exporters are hoping for movement on. China is Australia's largest trading partner, having long d...

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Led airstrikes hit area of Mosul where 'hundreds of civilians killed'

Led airstrikes hit area of Mosul where 'hundreds of civilians killed'

Iraqi forces launched a campaign to retake West Mosul a month ago after capturing the eastern side of the city in January. Initial reports from residents and Iraqi officials in the past week said...

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Vladimir Putin denies French election interference after Marine Le Pen meeting

Vladimir Putin denies French election interference after Marine Le Pen meeting

Le Pen has visited Russian Federation several times. Le Pen attended a meeting of the lower house of parliament's worldwide affairs committee upon an invitation by the committee's chairman Leonid Sl...

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Putin discusses anti-terrorism with France's Le Pen

Le Pen - an anti-Muslim presidential candidate who has vowed to close all immigration to France and called for a withdrawal from the European Union (cleverly dubbed "Frexit" by some) - is polling we...

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Saudi Arabia Sued Over 9/11

Saudi Arabia Sued Over 9/11

On Monday, the lawsuit was filed in in federal court in Manhattan. In total 2,977 innocent victims were killed. "Saudi Arabia was duplicitous", the suit said, noting its government did not notify ...

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Iraqi forces take control over Daesh command center in western Mosul

Iraqi forces take control over Daesh command center in western Mosul

Mosul Eye, an independent activist organization, said IS militants forced civilians into three houses and then placed two auto bombs outside while IS snipers scattered on rooftops in the area. Some ...

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Kohli must improve his behavior says Geoff Lawson

Kohli must improve his behavior says Geoff Lawson

A recent article in the "Daily Telegraph" called Virat Kohli as the Donald Trump of sports saying that Kohli made unsubstantiated claims and also expressed disappointment that neither the BCCI nor t...

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Democrats vow to oppose vote on Trump Supreme Court nominee

Democrats vow to oppose vote on Trump Supreme Court nominee

Judge Neil Gorsuch , in his Supreme Court confirmation hearing on Tuesday, was grilled by Democrats on the landmark Hobby Lobby case. Judge Neil Gorsuch has been asked about his view of the C...

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Theresa May offers condolences to Martin McGuinness' family

Mrs Foster said Mr McGuinness's legacy was "complex and challenging". Mrs May told MPs she could not "condone or justify" the part played by Mr McGuinness in the Troubles, but hailed his "indispensa...

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United States may charge North Korea with orchestrating $81m Bangladesh Bank cyberheist

United States may charge North Korea with orchestrating $81m Bangladesh Bank cyberheist

Indeed, based on a review of malware and tactics used in the Bangladesh Bank heist, and their overwhelming similarity to attack tools and tactics used in the 2014 Sony Pictures Entertainment attack,...

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Beth Fukumoto Quits GOP After Party Retaliates for Trump Criticism

Beth Fukumoto Quits GOP After Party Retaliates for Trump Criticism

Republican and Democratic leaders in the Hawaii House discussed how to proceed with a vote to remove Rep. Beth Fukumoto from her post as minority leader last month. Beth Fukumoto says she's leaving...

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Gorsuch testimony concluding amid ironic Supreme Court decision

Gorsuch testimony concluding amid ironic Supreme Court decision

The ruling came as Gorsuch faced his second day of questioning before the Senate Judiciary Committee for his nomination to the Supreme Court. It didn't take long for news of the U.S. When questioned...

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Trump should 'apologise' to Obama — Former CIA chief

Trump should 'apologise' to Obama — Former CIA chief

His comments follow briefings given to politicians on Friday by the Justice Department which had been asked to hand over any evidence of court orders or warrants related to Mr Trump or his family and ...

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Starbucks plans to hire 240000 people over the next five years

Starbucks plans to hire 240000 people over the next five years

The company said it will begin actively hiring in numerous cities where recent newcomers to Canada have settled, with an initial focus on the Greater Toronto Area, Greater Vancouver Area, Montreal, Ot...

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Nearly Half Of Canadians Oppose The Influx Of Migrants From US

Nearly Half Of Canadians Oppose The Influx Of Migrants From US

Canadians' view of illegal immigration mirrors that of their neighbors in the USA, where a similar Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted earlier this week showed 50 percent support for deportations. "The [Ro...

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Emmanuel Macron seen as winning first televised presidential debate

That score was above those of his rivals. Opponents of the European Union have been salivating over the prospect of the far right's Marine Le Pen winning the presidency, given her promise to hold ...

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