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People Beware the Illusion of China-Philippines South China Sea Breakthroughs
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Williamson did not specify whether it would sail within 12 nautical miles of any disputed territory, according to the paper. Williamson said it was important that USA allies such as Britain and Australia "assert our values" in the South China Sea, which is believed to hold vast oil and gas deposits and through which $5trillion (£3.6trillion) in trade passes annually.

People Immigration Debate Underway on Senate Floor
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Probably Democrats Mark Warner and Tim Kaine of Virginia but also Republicans like Tennessee's Lamar Alexander and Missouri's Roy Blunt, all of whom backed the budget deal. 9, 2018 in Washington , D.C. McConnell has promised an open process on immigration. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, meanwhile, set a House record on Tuesday for an eight-hour marathon speech in which she demanded the House vote on an immigration bill for amnesty for "Dreamers".

People An Oregon woman has rare eye infection
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According to the CDC , eye worms are spread by species of "face flies", which feed on eye secretions. Before coming down with the condition, Beckley declared that she spent some time at the Golden Beach, a coastal and farming area, fishing and riding horses.

People Wanted Indian Mujahideen terrorist, teacher in Nepal, Ariz Khan caught in Delhi
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Kushwaha, Deputy Commissioner of Delhi Police, told the media. The police said that he was also wanted in 2007 UP blasts, 2008 Jaipur serial blasts, and 2008 Ahmedabad blasts. It is being reported that Junaid was arrested from the Indian-Nepal border. He managed to escape from the Batla House encounter. Calling Khan an expert bomb maker, Kushwaha said, "He was involved in several terror attacks including the 2008 Delhi serial blasts".

People Murder trial: Mum says she left daughter with 'Good Samaritan'
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Smith reportedly drove Perrywinkle, her daughter, 8-year-old Cherish, and her two other little girls to the Walmart off of Lem Turner Road, claiming that his wife would meet them there and help them shop for clothing. During 45 minutes of testimony on Tuesday, which left jurors in tears and had them covering their eyes, Dr Rao listed the dozens of injuries Cherish had sustained during her final moments, including bruises and cuts on her knees and thighs.

People Republican pols question 'unusual' Susan Rice email on Russian probe
Author: 0 Republican pols question 'unusual' Susan Rice email on Russian probe

Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Sen. That meeting concerned potential Russian collusion with the Trump campaign and was attended, according to Rice's email, by President Obama and senior Department of Justice officials, including then-FBI director James Comey and then-deputy attorney general Sally Yates .

People Saakashvili wants to settle in the Netherlands
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Saakashvili , 50, was hired in 2015 by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to head Ukraine's Odesa region but fell afoul of his friend over corruption and reforms and was stripped of his citizenship in July 2017. On Monday, Saakashvili was detained in Ukraine and then deported to Poland where he said later that he would not give up his attempts to return to Ukraine.

People United States urges UNSC to hold Myanmar's military accountable for ethnic cleansing
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The Rohingya crisis "cannot be solved overnight", said Chinese Ambassador Ma Zhaoxu. "However, while these are pursued, as they must be, significant support will be required in Bangladesh", he said. Haley said the refugees should not return to Myanmar until they feel confident that "they will not fall victim to the same horrors that drove them from their homes in the first place".

People Adam Rippon: 'I don't want my Olympic experience being about Mike Pence'
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Hostin asked. " How is the Trump administration a values-driven administration ?" President Trump also rescinded a White House invite to Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors around this same time. Rippon has always been vocal with his criticisms of the Vice President. But the part about Pence not mentioning the skater even once was wrong. I am proud of you and ALL OF OUR GREAT athletes and my only hope for you and all of#TeamUSA is to bring home the gold.

People Speculation of powersharing deal as May heads to Belfast
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At present speculation of an agreement between the parties is growing, consequently one year after the devolved Stormont government collapsed. She said the governments had been told in advance of their trip that "the deal wasn't done". He also addressed the future of the Irish border - telling reporters that Irish and United Kingdom officials will work together on efforts to avoid a hard barrier between the two nations after Brexit.

People Police investigating
Author: 0 Police investigating "incident" on Parliamentary Estate

They added: "The letter contained a white powder which is now being assessed by specialists". 'Investigators from the Met's Counter Terrorism Command have been educated and are researching'. No extra officers were visible at the main entrance at Carriage Gates. One unnamed officer in Speaker's Court said that specialist colleagues were examining a package left in the Palace of Westminster .

People Turkey pledges $5 billion for Iraq reconstruction
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Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah said at a donors' summit at Kuwait City's Bayan Palace on Wednesday that this assembly of worldwide communities "is reflective of the large loss that Iraq withstood in facing terrorism". " Iraq can not commence the mission of rebuilding itself without support, which is why we are all here today from all around the world, to stand by Iraq's side".

People Authorities investigate shooting at NSA headquarters
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A shooting erupted Wednesday outside the suburban Washington headquarters of the National Security Agency, a secretive intelligence organisation responsible for global USA electronic eavesdropping, leaving at least one person injured, officials said.

People Huh? Fireman missing in NY found in Sacramento
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The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department told KCRA that Constantinos "Danny" Filippidis, 49, of Toronto, was found Tuesday near the rental vehicle terminal at the Sacramento airport. "It was coming to the end of the day and Danny wanted to do a last run, so he was skiing alone when he went missing", Ramagnano told reporters Tuesday, adding there was no indication of any problems.

People No more human remains found at Leaside home in McArthur case
Author: 0 No more human remains found at Leaside home in McArthur case

Police have so far identified only one set of remains found in planters at the home on Mallory Crescent - they belong to Andrew Kinsman, one of the men McArthur is accused of murdering - and investigators have said they expect to lay more charges in the coming days.

People Macron: France will 'strike' if proven Syria using chemical arms
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Last week, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian told local broadcaster BFM TV that "all indications show us today that the Syrian regime is using chlorine gas at the moment". Florence Parly, France's Defense Minister, was more reserved while expressing her views on whether Damascus had crossed the "red line". "So we, alongside the others, are working on trying to confirm this, as we clearly have to get the facts straight".

People South Africa: ANC decides Zuma must go 'urgently'
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The raid happened as the ruling African National Congress Party awaited a response from Mr Zuma after instructing him on Tuesday to quit office because of a series of scandals. Atul met Jacob Zuma in 2002-03 and since then both the families have been quite involved. He has emerged unscathed in a slew of no-confidence votes over the years despite the extraordinary number of corruption allegations against him, counting on the ANC's dominance in parliament to shield him.

People US Senate Republican leader embraces Trump immigration plan
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The U.S. Senate voted 97 to 1 late Monday to begin an extensive debate on immigration reform , as partisan differences swiftly emerged on the scope and substance of what lawmakers hope to see in a final package. For those who viewed the Senate as the best chance for a resolution on the contentious immigration issue, things aren't off to a promising start.

People Kuwait pledges USD two billion for Iraq reconstruction
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The meeting is co-chaired by Kuwait and Iraq, as well as the United Nations, the European Union and the World Bank. He spoke to reporters in Geneva to detail the complexity of the task of clearing explosives left behind in areas of Iraq that were once controlled by the Islamic State group.

People Germany: Martin Schulz steps down as SPD head
Author: 0 Germany: Martin Schulz steps down as SPD head

Though the executive committee endorsed Nahles' candidacy for the leadership position, her future will also depend on the outcome of the membership vote. Regional SPD branches in Berlin , Schleswig-Holstein and Saxony-Anhalt all proposed that the party should instead be led by its parliamentary vice-presidents in the interim until Nahles is confirmed as leader at a party conference.

People Haiti leader: UK aid workers violated 'basic human decency'
Author: 0 Haiti leader: UK aid workers violated 'basic human decency'

The investigation comes after the resignation of Oxfam Britain's deputy chief executive, who apologized amid reports that Oxfam staff paid for sex while working among people devastated by a 2010 natural disaster. But Oxfam said there had been an increase in one-off donations on Tuesday. HAITI'S president has condemned the "serious violation of human dignity" by Oxfam following the sex allegations against aid workers in the country.

People Strongest storm in 60 years batters Tonga in South Pacific
Author: 0 Strongest storm in 60 years batters Tonga in South Pacific

Village headman on Ono-i-lau Ilaitia Taleitaki said it was a very unsafe situation for about 12 hours with roofing iron flying around, large trees blown down and food crops reduced to what he called "ground zero". Cyclone Gita was relentless in its battering of the island nation, and the Tongan representative has been making sure to check in every day. There are so far no confirmed reports of deaths, but officials said at least three people were injured and up to 40 per cent of homes ...

People US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Will Visit Jordan on Wednesday
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Both men stressed that they had agreed not to interfere in each other's internal affairs. Tillerson meets President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi in Cairo on Monday, three days after the Egyptian leader ordered his security forces to launch a major offensive against militants in the Sinai Peninsula, Nile Delta and Western Desert.

People Hawks confirm more Gupta-linked arrests
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In a statement released by the Hawks, Mulaudzi said three more people are expected to hand themselves over. "Operations are still ongoing and further details will be made available at a later stage". I'm told at Saxonwold we may have concluded. Some of the money was allegedly used to pay for a lavish Gupta family wedding at Sun City in 2013. In her report‚ she found that the Free State agriculture department had failed to manage and monitor implementation of the terms of agreement with ...

People Bill and Melinda Gates take on tough questions about their giving
Author: 0 Bill and Melinda Gates take on tough questions about their giving

But for a second year in a row, he cautioned that the nation risks losing its geopolitical clout if the Trump administration succeeds in slashing foreign aid, as proposed Monday in a that prioritizes a jump in military spending. Why don't you give more in the US? "When we cut funding for the programs that are keeping women and children alive, it sends a signal to the world that we do not care about their lives or futures".