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People North Korea selling clothes made from Kaesong Industrial Complex
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North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un could have his nuclear missiles ready to hit the United States in a "handful of months", the director the Central Intelligence Agency has warned. "We are mindful that Kim Jong-un continues to present a risk not only to the United States but to the world". Last year, the United Nations identified 11 nations as having military ties to Pyongyang: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Mali, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda, and ...

People Prez Kovind, PM Modi remember 'Bapu' on Martyrs' Day
Author: 0 Prez Kovind, PM Modi remember 'Bapu' on Martyrs' Day

On this day in 1948, Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi fell to the bullets of a fanatic while he was coming out of a prayer meeting. 5. Gandhi is said to have been carried back inside the Birla House after being shot, where he died. "He may have uttered "Hey Ram". And if anything happens, you are not to shed a single tear". Kalyanam added that while Nathuram Godse killed Gandhi "only once", political parties were doing it every day by not following the freedom fighter's teachings.

People Expect Russian meddling in U.S. midterm poll, warns Central Intelligence Agency boss
Author: 0 Expect Russian meddling in U.S. midterm poll, warns Central Intelligence Agency boss

US intelligence agencies said in January 2017 that they had determined that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a concerted hacking-and-propaganda campaign aimed at influencing the USA presidential election past year, with the goals of undermining faith in the electoral process, denigrating Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton, and improving President Donald Trump's chances of winning.

People Catalonia postpones vote for brand spanking new regional head, sticks…
Author: 0 Catalonia postpones vote for brand spanking new regional head, sticks…

The decision comes after Spain's top court had ruled Puigdemont, who faces arrest in Spain , would have to return from Belgium and ask a judge permission to attend the session. The speaker of Catalonia's parliament has postponed a session meant to re-elect the Spanish region's fugitive ex-president. "Democracy can not be postponed", Carles Riera, the CUP's parliamentary leader, wrote on Twitter.

People Saudi Billionaire, Media Tycoon Freed as Ritz Empties
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Prince Al-Waleed, dubbed the Warren Buffett of Saudi Arabia, was the most high-profile detainee among 350 suspects rounded up since November 4, including business tycoons and ministers, who were held in Riyadh's luxury Ritz-Carlton hotel.

People Padmaavat: Here's how Deepika Padukone celebrated the films' success!
Author: 0 Padmaavat: Here's how Deepika Padukone celebrated the films' success!

To not have an author backed role unlike his fellow actors in the film and still make everyone take notice of your performance, if this is not a clear exhibit of one's talent then what is. According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh , the film has tremendously done well at the worldwide box office especially in US and Canada. That how differently he can present me, but now after the release of the film, there is a feeling of sheer blessing.

People Canadians among foreigners charged in Cambodia for 'dancing pornographically'
Author: 0 Canadians among foreigners charged in Cambodia for 'dancing pornographically'

Since they are in jail, they could not be reached for comment and it was not immediately possible to find the lawyer representing them. "Consular services are being provided to the Canadian citizens who have been detained in Cambodia". In this photo dated January 25, 2018, issued by Cambodian National Police, a group of unidentified foreigners, who are accused of "dancing pornographically" at a party in Siem Reap town, near the country's famed Angkor Wat temple complex.

People SolGen defends suspension of Deputy Ombudsman Carandang
Author: 0 SolGen defends suspension of Deputy Ombudsman Carandang

Carandang, who leads the investigation into Duterte's alleged hidden wealth, was charged with grave misconduct and grave dishonesty for his unauthorized dislosure of the Duterte family's supposed bank transactions. Calida also said, "Nonetheless, my office is ready to defend the action of the Office of the President in suspending Carandang". Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque, in a Malacañang press briefing yesterday, said that Carandang is guilty of divulging valuable information of a ...

People Indonesian police in Aceh province cut hair of transgender women
Author: 0 Indonesian police in Aceh province cut hair of transgender women

Surinata also said the women would be held for three days for more "counseling and coaching", The Guardian reports. "It's going well and now they are all acting like real men". He also reiterated that the police force had a duty to protect everyone, not to humiliate and violate people's rights. In May 2017, two young men were caned more than 80 times after being found guilty of having homosexual sex.

People Will you watch the State of the Union tomorrow?
Author: 0 Will you watch the State of the Union tomorrow?

The EU recently struck free-trade pacts with Canada and Japan, is pushing to wrap up a deal with Latin America and is gearing up for talks with Australia and New Zealand. Against the backdrop of the spending fight , Republicans and Democrats are also wrestling with the future of some 700,000 young immigrants living in the United States illegally.

Author: 0 African Leaders Dismiss French Report Of China "Spying" On AU HQ

Liberia's President George Manneh Weah has expressed gratitude over the worm reception he received from his counterparts at the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa , Ethiopia. The Trump administration has taken a tougher stance on immigration from Latin America, most notably with moves to expel hundreds of thousands of immigrants from Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua, Haiti and El Salvador.

People Ex-congresswoman Corrine Brown to report to prison
Author: 0 Ex-congresswoman Corrine Brown to report to prison

Ronnie Simmons, Brown's former chief of staff who pleaded guilty and testified against her, already reported to prison and is serving his sentence in Maryland. Even though Brown is in prison, she is still eligible to draw from her $66,000 a year federal pension until she exhausts her appeals. The Florida Times-Union reports that Brown surrendered Monday at a minimum-security camp at the Coleman Federal Correction Complex in Wildwood, Florida.

People 'Kim Jong Un's brother met with unidentified American'
Author: 0 'Kim Jong Un's brother met with unidentified American'

Kim met the mystery Korean-American man at a hotel on the Malaysian island of Langkawi on 9 February, four days before he was killed at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, chief police officer Wan Azirul Nizam Che Wan Aziz told the court. Ri was named by Malaysian police as a suspect shortly after Kim Jong Nam's killing and his photo was released to the media. Further reports of assassination attempts on Kim Jong Nam's son also seem to support the idea that North Korea's ruler fears the ...

Author: 0 Kesha Delivers a Powerful #MeToo Showstopper at the Grammy Awards

We offer you two words: times up . Time's Up for discrimination. "We have the power to undo the culture that does not serve us well", she continued . Even though a judge tossed out several of Kesha's claims against Dr Luke in April 2016, she did regain her voice in the studio-in the form of Rainbow , her first album in almost five years.

People What Trump Will Say in His First State of the Union Address
Author: 0 What Trump Will Say in His First State of the Union Address

He'll press for an immigration bill that would allow "Dreamers", immigrants who entered the country illegally as children, to remain - but would also reduce legal immigration and fund his long-promised wall on the border with Mexico. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., too, differing from the official speeches as the senator, for the second year, will retort to the speech itself. On Friday, Rep.

People Carry on regardless, Shropshire MPs tell Theresa May
Author: 0 Carry on regardless, Shropshire MPs tell Theresa May

Lucy Allan, MP for Telford, added: "The Prime Minister has shown great strength and resilience in carrying out an nearly impossible job; she has my full support". "I think she is doing an important job for our country". Speaking at a Resolution Foundation forum on the future of the Tory party, Mr Mercer added: "Yes, we are in danger of Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister".

People Fossil of New Dinosaur Species Found in Egypt's Desert
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Dr Matt Lamanna of Carnegie Museum of Natural History , a study co-researcher, said that his jaw "hit the floor" when he saw the pictures of the fossils. Eric Gorscak, co-author of the study, explains . Its skeleton is important in being the most complete dinosaur specimen so far discovered from the end of the Cretaceous in Africa.

People Yemen's Saudi-backed government 'to flee from Aden'
Author: 0 Yemen's Saudi-backed government 'to flee from Aden'

Meanwhile, UAE-trained forces in the city of Aden - some 400 kilometers, or 250 miles, from Shabwa- have battled Yemeni government forces there and seized control of a district where the presidential palace is located. They say Prime Minister Ahmed Obaid Bin Daghar is to leave the country imminently. The separatists joined forces with Hadi´s government to oust the rebels from southern provinces in 2015, but tensions have soared since a secessionist governor´s sacking past year.

People Kenyan opposition supporters gather for 'swearing in' of leader
Author: 0 Kenyan opposition supporters gather for 'swearing in' of leader

NASA supporters at Uhuru Park on January 30, 2018 for the swearing-in of Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka. The Opposition has been preparing for the inauguration to install Raila Odinga as a "people's president" and Kalonzo Musyoka as his deputy to protest the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta whom it says is in office illegally.

People Spell Check Needed: US Government Issues Tickets to State of the 'Uniom'
Author: 0 Spell Check Needed: US Government Issues Tickets to State of the 'Uniom'

Photos of the tickets were quickly spread across Twitter. It's unclear if the tickets will be recalled or reissued by the US House Sergeant at Arms, which is responsible for the distribution of the tickets. Marco Rubio tweeting about the error. The State of the Union is an annual address by the sitting U.S. president to a joint session of Congress in which they give a report on the state of the nation and outline their legislative agenda.

People Corporate America urges FM Arun Jaitley to reduce tax uncertainty for MNCs
Author: 0 Corporate America urges FM Arun Jaitley to reduce tax uncertainty for MNCs

USIBC said it believes that India must ensure that transfer pricing principles are applied in a fair and consistent manner for all taxpayers, as well as allow a reasonable method for determining transfer pricing comparables that support fees on services performed in India for non-Indian affiliated entities and match the nature of the company's services performed.

People State officials declare flu epidemic
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And because the season promises to rage on for a few more weeks, it's not too late to get the vaccine , either. The elders are the most affected. As of last week, Kentucky was in its sixth consecutive week of widespread activity, which is the highest level of flu activity. Pregnant women are no exception to the flu shot.

People Melania was blindsided by report of payment to porn star — NY Times
Author: 0 Melania was blindsided by report of payment to porn star — NY Times

And all so little Barron could finish the fifth grade without being uprooted mid-school year. "The laundry list of salacious & flat-out false reporting about Mrs. "It's been upsetting and humiliating", a source from inside the White House told the Daily Mail . Following the reports of the alleged sexual encounters, Melania unexpectedly dropped out of a two-day trip with the president to Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum, where he met with, and addressed world leaders.

People Shahid Kapoor reacts to Swara Bhaskar's open letter
Author: 0 Shahid Kapoor reacts to Swara Bhaskar's open letter

Amusing that in a 2440 word article making fairly comprehensible arguments they only remember the word vagina. So... "The actress, who played a small part in Bhansali's " Guzaarish ", watched " Padmaavat " first day, first show", and chose to share her concerns as it left her "stunned".

People Syrian civilians 'killed in Turkey's Afrin operation'
Author: 0 Syrian civilians 'killed in Turkey's Afrin operation'

The military incursion has raised tensions between turkey and us, which allegedly support and openly arm kurdish militias. President Erdogan insists Operation Olive Branch is not an invasion; despite the presence and actions of his military inside a neighbouring country.

People New US sanctions vs Russian Federation may affect partners of its defense industry
Author: 0 New US sanctions vs Russian Federation may affect partners of its defense industry

The Act toughens sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea and warns U.S. and foreign companies against making cooperation agreements or contracts with Russian defense companies and intelligence agencies. that significant transactions with listed Russian entities will result in sanctions". Russian Federation holds a presidential election on March 18, which opinion polls show incumbent Vladimir Putin should easily win.

People Morocco presents draft African Agenda on Migration to AU
Author: 0 Morocco presents draft African Agenda on Migration to AU

Guterres, adding the United Nations-African Union partnership on peace and security was fundamental to building a safer world for all. The nearly 100 meter (330 feet) brown marble and glass tower is now hosting the twice-yearly meeting of the African Union member countries.

People What's the status of legislation to protect Robert Mueller from being fired?
Author: 0 What's the status of legislation to protect Robert Mueller from being fired?

Trump reportedly backed off when White House Counsel Donald McGahn threatened to resign, evoking for some observers memories of the 1973 Saturday Night Massacre, when President Richard Nixon ordered the firing of the Watergate special prosecutor, setting off a cascade of resignations of top White House officials, including the attorney general and deputy attorney general.

People China offers India dialogue to resolve differences on CPEC
Author: 0 China offers India dialogue to resolve differences on CPEC

India and China should look at their border differences , including over Dokalam, in a "calm way" and resolve them through existing mechanisms, the Chinese foreign ministry said today. Hua said any differences between India and China can be resolved with sincerity and mutual respect. "I should stress that it (area) falls within China's sovereignty and we conduct facility building in Dong Long (Doklam) area", Hua responded when asked about the satellite images which showed new Chinese ...

People Polish death camp law 'is denial of history'
Author: 0 Polish death camp law 'is denial of history'

Poles have fought for years against the use of phrases like " Polish death camps ", which suggest Poland was at least partly responsible for the camps where millions of people, mostly Jews, were killed by Nazi Germany . "We will accept no limitation on truthful historical research", said Netanyahu. He called for his diplomats in Poland to meet with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Facebook .

People Trump says 'no' to Taliban talks after wave of attacks
Author: 0 Trump says 'no' to Taliban talks after wave of attacks

In an interview with the Financial Times published on Sunday, Pakistan's defense minister Khurram Dastgir Khan said his country was undergoing a "regional recalibration" of its "foreign and security policy". Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal told RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal on January 29 that Islamabad "is extending whatever help and assistance is required" to combat terrorism.