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Mike Pence quashes Trump rifts reports

US Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday dismissed reports of a rift with his boss President Donald Trump, saying the pair laughed about the suggestion in a phone call. Following a New York Times report that suggested Trump was privately questioning the loyalty of his deputy, Pence told reporters in Port Moresby that they had still had a good rapport....

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KIEV: Ukraine confirms Russian troop withdraw from border ahead of polls

Ukraine confirmed on Tuesday that Russia had taken out its troops back from the edge for the first time in a move that could ease spiralling tensions five days ahead of a make-or-break presidential poll. The state border service's surprise declaration that none of the estimated 40,000 soldiers were now stationed within 10 kilometres of Ukraine has the capability to...

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Abu Hamza, London-Based Islamist Cleric – Cameron calls

David Cameron has stated more could be done to quicken up the UK's extradition process, later than Abu Hamza al-Masri was found guilty of supporting terrorism. Abu Hamza, the former imam of Finsbury Park mosque, was found guilty of helping terrorist groups in a New York courtroom yesterday. Hamza, who became imam of the mosque in 1997, will be sentenced...

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White House bonds CIA will not use vaccine programs

WASHINGTON: On Monday, The White House promised that the CIA will not use immunization programs for its operations backing a complaint that the spy agency used such a campaign in its hunt for Osama bin Laden. The deans of 12 public health schools had complained about a reported vaccination program carried by Dr Shakil Afridi, who used a hepatitis immunization survey...

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Colombia – 33 children die in bus fire, driver arrested

Colombians have expressed horror and revulsion after 33 young children burned to destruction when their overcrowded bus burst into flames and the driver fled the scene pursued by a bloodthirsty gang. The vehicle "caught fire that resulted in the passing of a number of lives", Colonel Leon stated, about the accident in the city of Fundacion, about 750 kms north...

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Thailand’s army proclaim martial law

On the morning of 20 May the Thai Army Chief proclaim martial law across the whole of Thailand. In that respect is increased military presence in Bangkok and neighboring states with some roadblocks. You should leave additional time for journeys, including to the Bangkok airports. Political confirmation continue in and around Bangkok and elsewhere in Thailand. Some of these have...

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LOS ANGELES: Michael Jackson ‘back’ at Billboard Awards

 The former King of Pop Michael Jackson was back on point - as a hologram - performing at the Billboard 2014 Music Award event Sunday in Las Vegas. Jackson, or rather his hologram, sang and to "A Slave to the Rhythm" dressed in a gold jacket, clean shirt and red pants along with a hot set and dancers on point....

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Parliament – Libyan capital tense after attack

The Libyan capital remained tense today, a day after forces loyal to a renegade general stormed the parliament and stated they suspended the house, challenging the legitimacy of the country's weak central government, three years later than the depose of dictator Moammar Gadhafi. The approach was seen with opposition from other troops, Mohammed al-Hegazi, a spokesman for General Khalifa Hifter,...

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BEIRUT: Syria air defense head died near Damascus

The head of Syria's Air Defense has been wiped out in fighting east of Damascus, an Islamist rebel coalition and a monitoring group said on Sunday. They said General Hussein Ishaq died of injuries sustained during a military offensive by President Bashar al-Assad's forces against rebels in Mleiha suburb, where the Air Defense administration has a big root. "We announce...

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LONDON: Malaysia, U.S. and Thai military exercises during the missing plane target.

Malaysia's first book about the disappearance of the missing aircraft Flight MH 370: The Mystery "" has been published. British author claimed Thailand and U.S. aircraft mistakenly targeted during joint military exercises. Malaysian -fated plane disappearance of the 71th day, new revelations have emerged. British author Nigel Cawthorne in his book “Flight MH 370 The Mystery " claim that, Kulaalmpur...

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Ferry toll increases to 27, search continues for over 100 – Bangladesh ferry sinks

GAJARIA – Divers battled Friday to recover bodies trapped in the wreckage of a Bangladesh ferry that was passed by a giant wave, as the death toll from the disaster rose to 27 with scores more feared drowned, on May 16. Rescuers have recovered at least 27 bodies after a ferry capsized during a storm in a river in central...

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NEW DELHI: Congress admits turn down in Elections

Congress, the obligatory ruling party in India, has admitted loose as election results show landslide victory for opposition Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP). Rajeev Shukla, spokesman and leader of Congress, told foreign media that his party is ready to sit in the opposition benches of Lok Sabha. BJP is leading the elections by a vast allowance, according to early vote counts...

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Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan heading towards Divorce.

Yes, the great unwashed, you read that right. If latest buzz is to be believed, Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan are heading for a divorce, just like Sussanne and Hrithik Roshan. All is not good in the Bachchan Family, especially between Ash and her mother in law Jaya Bachchan. And this saas-bahu tiff is causing cracks in Ash and Abhi’s...

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NEW DELHI: Modi wins India’s election 2014

Even as the votes are being reckoned in the General Elections of 2014, the BJP looks set to shape a government on its own, an unprecedented feat for itself and a paradigm shift in Indian government. Modi's landslide win was welcomed with a thundering rally on India's stock markets and jubilant celebrations at offices across the country of his Bharatiya...

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LONDON: Two journalists released later than being abducted in Syria

On Thursday, two journalists covering the Syrian civil war were kidnapped by a "rebel gang" and unitary of them was shot before members of an anti-extremist rebel group intervened and stopped up their release. The two, who had dropped several days covering the restive city of Aleppo for the Times, were discharged on Wednesday after local commanders of the group...

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Hole in the sky, residents panic among

New York (News Desk) that is being developed as a person and the things getting information about the new land so alien and stories of interest in the newly surfaced passes. Clouds on the sky in the U.S. state of California, just a big hole in the sky and the suspense extended work space creatures, a flying disc and the appearance of...

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Four troops cause to death

YEMEN: On Wednesday, Al-Qaeda surmise killed an aide to Yemen's defence minister and four soldiers in an attack in the country's south, the scene of a major offensive against the jihadists, the army stated. On Thursday, "The Yemeni air force is joining in the battles, bombing columns of Al-Qaeda vehicles trying to advance towards Azzan," the Shabwa city that the...

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