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People U.S. and China back stiffer sanctions on Pyongyang
Author: 0 U.S. and China back stiffer sanctions on Pyongyang

Wang also urged the USA and South Korea "to stop increasing tensions " and said that all sides should return to negotiations. The two-pronged effort focuses on China, the source of 90 percent of Pyongyang's trade, but also on nations around the world that use North Korea's workers, host its consulates and companies, buy its military equipment and allow its planes to transit or land on their territory.

People United Kingdom prepared to pay $59b European Union divorce bill
Author: 0 United Kingdom prepared to pay $59b European Union divorce bill

The offer marks the first time Britain has put a figure on its Brexit bill and is the only way to break the current deadlock in negotiations, senior Whitehall officials said. "We know their position is 60 billion euros, but actual bottom line is 50 billion euros". David Davis, the British minister in charge of Brexit talks, said on July 20 that Britain would honour its obligations to the European Union, but declined to confirm that Brexit would require net payments.

People Kardashians Think Caitlyn Jenner Is a Transgender Traitor
Author: 0 Kardashians Think Caitlyn Jenner Is a Transgender Traitor

The document says that the military should encourage early retirement and fire transgender people up for promotion in order to purge the military of the estimated 15,000 transgender people working for it. Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming.victory and can not be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.

People Dilip Kumar's condition is stable and slowly improving
Author: 0 Dilip Kumar's condition is stable and slowly improving

Doctors at Lilavati Hospital and Research Centre in Mumbai revealed that veteran actor Dilip Kumar , who was suffering from dehydration and kidney-related issues, is on the road of recovery. However, Dr. Ravishankar CEO of the hospital has asserted that there is no need of dialysis as of now and that Dilip Kumar has currently been kept under observation.

Author: 0 Hardline Trump aide reportedly in line for White House communications role

Stephen Miller , a top aide and speechwriter for US President Donald Trump, is a candidate to lead the White House's communications team after a series of personnel changes in the more than six months that Mr Trump has been President. In real life, Miller told Acosta that the poem was added later - which is true - and said the Statue of Liberty was never meant to be a beacon to immigrants, something that is highly disputed.

People Pakistan to suffer slow internet after cable fault
Author: 0 Pakistan to suffer slow internet after cable fault

The worldwide consortium is dealing with the cable was hard at work to sort out the problem, he added. Internet services in different parts of the country were disrupted early Saturday owing to a major fault in the global cable system IMV.

People Where to watch the eclipse in the Piedmont Triad
Author: 0 Where to watch the eclipse in the Piedmont Triad

In addition, DSC associate history professor Christian Griggs will talk about how people have responded to solar eclipses over the ages, especially before people understood what was actually happening. Around 88 percent of the sun will be covered by the moon near the Canadian border. You can see the full list here . There are mixed answers here. It is not visible from North and South America and the North Pole, Assalami said, adding that it will be "a clear visual treat from the UAE".

People Authorities looking for 6-year-old Lakeland boy
Author: 0 Authorities looking for 6-year-old Lakeland boy

Anyone with information is asked to call law enforcement. A missing-child alert for Adam Roach, a non-verbal special needs child, was issued at 10:30 p.m. Authorities are now investigating his death and PCSO said it appears to be accidental. A spokesperson for the Sheriff's Office says Roach is autistic and it is believe that he wandered off somewhere in the vicinity of the apartment complex.

People First attack in Bihar over meat
Author: 0 First attack in Bihar over meat

Later, the people blocked National Highway 84 on the Ara-Buxar road, demanding action against the Shahpur police station in-charge for not taking action against illegal slaughterhouses. "There is also a clause under the IPC against promoting enmity between two communities". All the three persons were residents of Rohtas district. "Strict action will be taken against those running the illegal slaughterhouse", District Magistrate Sanjeev Kumar said.

People Hiroshima marks nuclear attack anniversary
Author: 0 Hiroshima marks nuclear attack anniversary

Over 50,000 people, including survivors of the attack, their descendants, peace activists and representatives from about 80 countries, attended the ceremony at the Peace Memorial Park, Xinhua news agency reported. In the city's annual peace declaration, Matsui pointed out that it is time to "strive to advance further towards a nuclear-weapon free world". But many Americans believe they hastened the end of a bloody conflict, and ultimately saved lives, thus justifying the bombings.

People North Korea: US Not Seeking Regime Change, Says Rex Tillerson
Author: 0 North Korea: US Not Seeking Regime Change, Says Rex Tillerson

The UN Security Council on Saturday unanimously backed a US-drafted resolution that significantly strengthened sanctions on North Korea, imposing a ban on exports aimed at depriving Pyongyang of $1 billion in annual revenue. Washington has also said United States nationals who are resident in the country must have left by this date. It also prohibits countries from increasing the current numbers of North Korean laborers working overseas, bans new joint ventures with North Korea and any new ...

People Calif. governor endorses potential sanctuary cities lawsuit
Author: 0 Calif. governor endorses potential sanctuary cities lawsuit

Stockton officials said the city will not change its policies toward undocumented immigrants following U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' announcement Thursday morning that cities will not receive resources from a federal public safety program unless they cooperate with federal immigration enforcement .

People Senate Blocks Trump From Making Any Appointments During August Break
Author: 0 Senate Blocks Trump From Making Any Appointments During August Break

This is a trick the Senate has used for decades, first to satisfy an obscure constitutional requirement, but during the administrations of George W. Bush and Barack Obama, as a tool to block recess appointments. "Right now I have no reason to believe Mueller is compromised". Though most regard this week's pro forma announcement as a protection against the president, a spokesperson for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Friday the Senate "didn't do it to block Trump".

Author: 0 Jaitley meets family of slain RSS worker Rajesh

The tension was further aggravated after RSS activist Rajesh was brutally hacked to death. The Commission is of the view that criticising on political issues is the right of a political party but shedding blood due to different ideologies is not at all ethical.

People Men accused of terrorist plot in custody
Author: 0 Men accused of terrorist plot in custody

Police said they had also foiled a second alleged plot involving a "chemical dispersion device", created to release hydrogen sulphide, but this was in the early stages. Details of a second "hypothetical" plot were also uncovered and allegedly involved plans to build a chemical bomb and release highly toxic hydrogen sulfide on a packed train or bus in Sydney.

People Horrific Video Shows Two Men Falling in 2000 ft Gorge
Author: 0 Horrific Video Shows Two Men Falling in 2000 ft Gorge

Police said the victims and their friends worked at a poultry farm in Kolhapur, which is around 74 miles away from the sight of the accident. The deceased were identified as 26-year-old Imran Garadi and 21-year-old Pratap Rathod. After inquiring the locals, the police got to know the details of the incident. The video which surfaced on social media later was posted by one mr.flawless.

People Bigg Boss Elimination: Oviya Evicted from the House this week
Author: 0 Bigg Boss Elimination: Oviya Evicted from the House this week

Bigg Boss Tamil , which is being hosted by Kamal Haasan , has been in the news for all the wrong reasons from the time it started. In the week 6 elimination, Oviya, Julie, and Vaiyapuri were nominated earlier this week. Pehaps this is one reason for Oviya's erratic nature in the Bigg Boss house in the recent days. "He will be the protagonist", Kamal Haasan added. In the past, she had expressed her affection towards Aarav multiple times on the show.

Author: 0 Trump adviser dismisses reference to Statue of Liberty poem

White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller delivered a memorable history lesson this week: "The New Colossus", the iconic poem about "huddled masses" that is inscribed on the Statue of Liberty , was added to the structure in 1903, 17 years after its unveiling.

People White House can't count on Senate GOP, so it's wooing Democrats
Author: 0 White House can't count on Senate GOP, so it's wooing Democrats

Overnight Republicans would be transformed from the party that was going to repeal every word of Obamacare to the party that rescued it from bankruptcy. The administration has also spoken with red state Senate Democrats, Short said. Ironically, House Republicans who just a few years ago sued the Obama administration for making the payments-a lawsuit still making its way through the courts today-are scrambling to prevent the Trump administration from cutting them off, knowing the fallout ...

People Phony Republicans and health care
Author: 0 Phony Republicans and health care

It represents a continuation of the GOP's capitulation to the minority party, which began before Trump was elected, and a victory for Democrats, who hooked Americans on health insurance subsidies - an addiction they can no longer break. He thus gave Congress a way to keep having taxpayers pay for the lion's share of its insurance. And according to Levitt's calculations, that would end up costing the government about $2.3 billion more than if they had paid the insurers at the outset.

People The International Coalition Killed more than 620 Civilians in 3 Years
Author: 0 The International Coalition Killed more than 620 Civilians in 3 Years

Offensives by USA -backed forces in recent months have reduced IS terrority substantially and led to the liberation of Mosul, the group's self-declared capital in Iraq. The displacement of civilians in Syria and Iraq has almost stopped, and hundreds of thousands of previously displaced people have been able to return to their homes in territory once controlled by ISIS, McGurk said.

People Mega Millions jackpot soars to $346 million
Author: 0 Mega Millions jackpot soars to $346 million

The winning ticket was sold at Ladd's & Co., 4230 Henry St, Muskegon. There were a total of 818,144 winners in the drawing who won at least $4 apiece. It's a 1 in 258,890,850 shot to hit the jackpot. Mega Millions is played in 44 states, plus the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands. The last time there was a Powerball jackpot victor was June 10 with a single ticket worth $447.8 million.

People UN Security Council sets harsh new sanctions on North Korea
Author: 0 UN Security Council sets harsh new sanctions on North Korea

The resolution bans all exports of coal, iron and iron ore, lead and lead ore, as well as fish and seafood by the cash-starved state - stripping North Korea of a third of its export earnings estimated at $3 billion per year. "The more desperately the U.S. works to realise its ambition for "nuclear dismantlement of the north" through "maximum pressure and engagement", the more dynamically North Korea has stepped up diversifying and modernising its nuclear force", it said.

People Belize advised to monitor developing weather systems
Author: 0 Belize advised to monitor developing weather systems

Forecast data is also suggesting that something may develop over the southern Gulf of Mexico or western Caribbean early next week, likely tracking deeper into the Gulf of Mexico regardless of development. Chances of development are 40 percent over the next 48 hours and 70 percent over the next five days. Stay with the WDSU Weather Team for updates. The last one was Hurricane Isaac, which struck Louisiana on August 28, 2012.

People BC Wildfire Service criticized for fighting fire with fire
Author: 0 BC Wildfire Service criticized for fighting fire with fire

As of Thursday afternoon, 126 fires were now burning in B.C. Eight of those started on Wednesday, for a total of 861 fires in B.C. since April 1. The cost of firefighting efforts has topped $204 million, which Skrepnek said is relatively low compared with previous years because of the late start to the 2017 season.

People Trump signs Russian sanctions bill into law
Author: 0 Trump signs Russian sanctions bill into law

A new story in The Washington Post on Monday spells more trouble for Donald Trump and the White House as the newspaper reports that the president personally crafted a false statement defending his son's private meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign.

Author: 0 Ever Hindu in Pak Cabinet in over two decades

Nisar Ali Khan. Sharif's party wants Abbasi to serve as an interim premier for 45 days until Sharif's younger brother, Shahbaz Sharif, the chief minister of Punjab province, wins a national assembly seat in a by-election. PML-N's information secretary Mushahidullah Khan was appointed as the Minister of Climate Change. "The PML-N should not tread the path of launching smear and character assassination campaigns because doing so will lead to a disaster for political parties in particular and ...

People ASEAN to push for legally binding South China Sea code of conduct
Author: 0 ASEAN to push for legally binding South China Sea code of conduct

Along with South Korea and Japan, the U.S.is also expected to lead a barrage of condemnations against Pyongyang at the ASEAN Regional Forum , an annual security conference to be held in Manila on Monday. "Many principles, such as peaceful solving disputes, have been approved by different parties even without the framework", said Zhang Mingliang of Jinan University.

People NIA produces 7 separatist leaders in Patiala Court
Author: 0 NIA produces 7 separatist leaders in Patiala Court

NIA has claimed that they don't want the remand for three of the separatists. They said prolonging the incarceration of thousands languishing in jails and police stations is "highly undemocratic and unethical". Last month, the NIA arrested seven Kashmiri separatists - Altaf Shah, Ayaz Akbar, Peer Saifullah, Mehraj Kalwal, Shahid-ul-Islam, Naeem Khan and Bitta Karate for funding terror in the Kashmir Valley.

People Amazon selling toilet paper printed with Trump tweets
Author: 0 Amazon selling toilet paper printed with Trump tweets

I'm hearing other toilet papers don't even have words on them, SAD! This is probably why Bezo's online retailer doesn't have a problem catering to customers who deeply dislike the president with toilet paper. And, to be fair, majority are likely purchased as joke gifts-probably by the type of uncle who listens to Rush Limbaugh while driving to Florida in his bus-sized RV and thinks this is a good way to bond with his politically active liberal nephew at Christmas.

Author: 0 Republican makes first move to work with Democrats on healthcare

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Friday that health care is being shelved for the time being, saying "it's time to move on" to other issues. He said he was waiting for the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office to estimate the impact of GOP bills easing some of the party's proposed Medicaid cuts, making it easier for insurers to sell bare-bones policies and giving states block grants for health programs.