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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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Dubai: Famous singer, PTI leader Abrar-UL-Haq is taken into detention in Dubai

Famous singer and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Abrar UL Haq has been held into detention in Dubai According to reports, the singer has been led into custody by Dubai police at Airport as he does not hold a visa to visit United Arab Emirates (UAE). The story said that team of Pakistan embassy has been reached at Airport and was...

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Mumbai: Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan squad up for producer Sajid Nadiadwala’s ‘Housefull 3’

NewsONE Reported: Bollywood's famous filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala has signed two fabulous actors of B-Town for the third section of his popular film franchise, "Housefull". The filmmaker has roped in his favourite man Akshay Kumar along with Bollywood's talented actor Abhishek Bachchan. Later on the gap of about 12 years, both the stars are teaming up for "Housefull 3" as they...

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Microsoft Windows 8.1: IE11, Features upgraded app management ‘boot to Desktop’

NewsONE: Microsoft allowed to leave Windows 8.1 update 1 have been officially and is now available for download from the official site. The company has made it mandatory for the Windows 8.1 users to install the Update 1 pack on their systems. This upgrade comes just a day later than Windows XP support was ended by the company. The post from company’s...

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Los Angeles: ‘Game of Thrones’ pick up again for two more seasons.

NewsOne reported: American fantasy drama series 'Game of Thrones' has been pick up again for two more seasons. The hit show, which broadcasts on HBO, is an adaptation of George RR Martin's series of fantasy novels, 'A Song of Ice and Fire'. It is presently in its fourth season. HBO programming president Michael Lombardo said that the show has become...

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Asian shares mainly get high, HONG KONG

NewsONE: Asia's markets largely rose on Wednesday nect in time a slight rebound on Wall Street but Tokyo took another strike from a firmer yen. Oil prices eased after surging on Tuesday on renewed concerns about tensions in Ukraine. Tokyo tumbled 2.1%, or 307.19 points, to 14,299.69, but Seoul rose 0.30%, or 5.92 points, to 1,998.95. Sydney ended 0.98% higher...

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‘Russian Agents’ at the back Crisis in Eastern Ukrain, Kerry says

NewsONE: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Russia is fueling separatist unrest in Eastern Ukraine that could be a "contrived crisis" to warrant military intervention and that Moscow faces tougher banking, mining, and energy sanctions if it does not stop undermining Ukraine. Kerry pronounced, President Barack Obama is preparing a far-tougher series of sanctions if Russia does not step...

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COLOMBO: T20 World Cup Sri Lankans winner came back home

NewsONE: Traffic came to a dead end as thousands of motivating fans lined the streets to pleasure home the Sri Lankan cricket team who arrived down at Bandaranaike International Airport on Tuesday coming after their victory at the World Twenty20 tournament. Eighteen years after winning the 50-overs World Cup, the Sri Lankan cricket team again sparked euphoria across the island...

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DONETSK, Ukraine -Govt. offices, Pro-Russian activists declare Ukrainian region of Donetsk independent

NewsONE — Pro-Russian demonstrators stormed government building in eastern Ukraine proclaimed the region independent Monday and predicted for a referendum on seceding from Ukraine — an ominous echo of the outcomes that led to Russia’s annexation of Crimea- Ukraine's Russia-friendly president was ousted in February. The Ukrainian government accused Russia of stirring up the unrest and vowed to quell it....

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Kuwait: Pakistani barred from entering Kuwait under new visa regime

NewsONE reported: Half a dozen countries, including Pakistan, have been excluded from Kuwait’s new visa regime, The Kuwait interior ministry’s decision allows all Kuwaiti embassies and consulates to put out all types of visit visas will not apply on six nations that have been blocked from getting into the state. Earlier on Tuesday, the Kuwait’s interior ministry had said that...

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Israel halts Palestinian prisoner allow to leave as spoken falter

Newsone: Israel has called off the arranged expiration of 26 Palestinian prisoners, placing already embattled peace talks in further jeopardy after both sides took steps Washington called “unhelpful”. Tzipi Livni Justice Minister of Israel is pictured in Washington on December 7, 2013 Justice Minister Tzipi Livni Chief negotiator of Israel, aforementioned her Palestinian counterparts on Thursday the organized releases cannot go...

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Mirpur: Analysis of Sri Lanka’s Win Over West Indies, ICC World Cup T20.

NewsOne: Lord’s 2009 and Colombo 2012 will now have addition of Mirpur 2014. Sri Lanka managed to appear for the third time in the final of T20 World Cup. At Mirpur the Lankans registered an impressive 27-run win over West Indies via Duckworth-Lewis method. Here’s is an analysis of Sri Lanka’s win. Having a lesson from their previous matches Sri...

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NEW YORK: Blockbusters storming back into sequels

NewsOne: Captain America, Spider-Man, the X-Men and Transformers are storming back into moving picture houses, returning in sequels to save the world from mass devastation, while at the same time churning out profits for film studios Hollywood will pack 13 sequels into theaters over the following 20 weeks.The parade starts on Friday, when Captain America dons his red-white-and-blue superhero suit...

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Tech spectacles: Looking through the glasses

NewsOne reported: Smart glasses give a fresh dimension to the way we look at the universe about us. At that place was a time spectacles were considered geeky and dorky. Nowadays, glasses, albeit smart ones, appear to be the coolest thing in the world of engineering. Not won over? Take last week: Google announced a partnership with the Luxottica Group, which has...

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South Korea trade fire near sea border with North

SEOUL--South Korean military authorities are looking into a drone that crashed on an island about the disputed sea border with North Korea, the defense ministry in Seoul said on Tuesday. "Any of the shells fired by North Korea dropped in our arena and our side responded with fire," a spokesman for the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff told Agence...

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NATO’s Rasmussen sees no proof of Pullback of Russian military officers

Anders Fogh Rasmussen, secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, stated he has seen no proof of a pullback of Russian military personnel from the Ukraine border. “Regrettably I can't assure that Russia is taking out its military personnel," Mr. Rasmussen told presenters. “This is not what we have seen”. The massing of troops has been a major point of...

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Turkey’s opposition to competition Ankara local poll outcome

Newsone: The main opposition party of Turkey’s secular stated on Tuesday it would contest a narrow poll win in Ankara mayoral elections claimed by the Islamic-rooted party of Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan, citing “irregularities”. The Turkish capital was a key battleground and symbolic prize in Sunday’s municipal elections, in which Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) scored sweeping victories nationwide...

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