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She called out all of the institutions and individuals who had knowledge of Nassar's disgusting behavior dating back to 1997, but did nothing. Nassar has admitted to molesting young athletes and has taken a plea deal. USA Gymnastics needs to focus on supporting the courageous survivors. Three USA Gymnastics board members have stepped down as more assault victims testify against Larry Nassar .
  • South Korea, US agree on denuclearisation talks with North Korea

    South Korea, US agree on denuclearisation talks with North Korea

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    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said yesterday he welcomed the recent dialogue between North and South Korea but marching together at the Winter Olympics won't denuclearize the Korean Peninsula. "Even if you don't use nuclear weapons, there are literally dug-in artillery and missile sites on the other side of that DMZ that will begin with, in the initial hours of any type of response from North Korea, a hundred thousand dead".
  • US SC to review Trump travel ban

    US SC to review Trump travel ban

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    DACA has protected about 800,000 people who were brought to the USA illegally as children or came with families who overstayed visas. But the Supreme Court dismissed those appeals in October after the second ban expired. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit refused to reinstate the ban. The San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Trump violated immigration law.
  • Bitcoin slides to below Dollars 10000

    Bitcoin slides to below Dollars 10000

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    South Korea said on Monday that its plans to ban virtual coin exchanges had not yet been finalized, as government agencies were still in talks to decide how to regulate the market. Well, some say not so much. Last week, the South Korean government said that it is considering measures to ban trading of cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin.
  • 18 percent drop in Bitcoin over fears of ban in South Korea

    18 percent drop in Bitcoin over fears of ban in South Korea

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    Even if such a ban fails to materialise, South Korea could still impose strict new regulations on the market. In addition, the company behind the cryptocurrency BitConnect announced on Tuesday that it was shutting down its lending and exchange services , possibly adding to the panic that had taken over the market.
  • Tillerson: The United States Remains in Syria to Help Overthrow Bashar Assad

    Tillerson: The United States Remains in Syria to Help Overthrow Bashar Assad

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    If the USA were to withdraw, it would also "provide Iran the opportunity to further strengthen its position in Syria ", Tillerson said. "We will continue working with allies such as Turkey". "One of the huge mistakes made in Iraq was we left too quickly, and that's what caused al Qaeda to reemerge, it's what caused it to morph into ISIS", Tillerson said during the interview.
  • Palestinian slap video teen Ahed Tamimi to remain in custody until trial

    Palestinian slap video teen Ahed Tamimi to remain in custody until trial

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    Tamimi, 16, was arrested for slapping Israeli soldiers . Her mother, who can also be seen in the video, was arrested that same day and is also in detention. Hebrew slogans calling for the release of Palestinian teenager Ahed al-Tamimi have been scrawled on the walls of poor neighborhoods in Tel Aviv. The arrest occurred in the middle of the night, about a week after the incident.
  • Missing Togadia found, but mystery continues

    Missing Togadia found, but mystery continues

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    Read Also VHP leader Pravin Togadia goes "missing" in morning, is found unconscious in evening In the middle of the media briefing, Togadia became emotional and broke down while narrating yesterday's events. Togadia repeatedly said that the attempts to kill him were targeted at breaking Hindutva "sangathans". The Rajasthan police had confirmed on Monday that a team had gone to Gujarat to execute an arrest warrant, but said they were unsuccessful.
  • United States officials briefed Jared Kushner on concerns about Wendi Deng Murdoch

    United States officials briefed Jared Kushner on concerns about Wendi Deng Murdoch

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    The project was a proposed $100m (£73m) Chinese garden, which was reportedly declared a national security risk because the design included plans for a tall tower that officials were concerned could be used for surveillance. The project, which would have been a gift from the Chinese government, was initially welcomed by the Obama administration as a symbol of goodwill between the two countries.
  • Kin of Jind rape, murder accused allege torture by police

    Kin of Jind rape, murder accused allege torture by police

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    The girl was found naked near a pond on the outskirts of Urlana Kalan village on Sunday morning. "During interrogation, the duo admitted that they killed the girl with her scarf and we have also recovered the half-burnt clothes of the victim from their possession", Panipat SP was quoted saying.
  • Meteor causes earthquake in Michigan; appears in Wisconsin

    Meteor causes earthquake in Michigan; appears in Wisconsin

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    Other reports of seeing it came out of Milwaukee, Boyne City, northwest OH and southwest Ontario, Canada . For example, in the United States, meteorites belong to the owner of the land where they are found. Berschback said. "When they hit the atmosphere , they create these very bright fireballs". If you're trying to distinguish meteor from regular rocks, look for rock that has a dark crust and appears to have been burned.
  • Queen Elizabeth II Reveals Crown Was Heavy, Could Break Neck In Documentary

    Queen Elizabeth II Reveals Crown Was Heavy, Could Break Neck In Documentary

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    She jokingly states you can not look down when wearing the Imperial State Crown, which weighs 2lbs 13oz (1.28kgs), as your neck would "break". "This is what I do when I wear it", she announced, spinning it around to find her favourite gem: the Black Prince's Ruby, which is said to have been worn by Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt.
  • Troubling online history surrounds suspect in death of Penn student

    Troubling online history surrounds suspect in death of Penn student

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    Woodward told investigators that he picked up Bernstein from his home in Lake Forest, California, and they drove to a Hobby Lobby parking lot to "hang out" and "catch up", the Orange County Register reported, citing a court affidavit. 45". In response to some of Woodward's comments an anonymous user said, "You are violence". Authorities said Woodward was "breathing heavy, talking fast and visibly shaking".
  • Trump claims misquote over North Korea leader

    Trump claims misquote over North Korea leader

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    Trump has derided the North Korean leader as a "maniac" and referred to him disparagingly as " little rocket man ". It was here he was given North Korean plutonium to hold - a heavy, radioactive metal encased in a glass jar. Peters said he would use the meeting to add New Zealand's voice to a "feasible, workable strategy" which could change North Korea's approach. "I think you people are surprised".
  • Jaish-e-Mohammad Terrorists Neutralised, 7 Pakistani Soldiers Killed Along LoC

    Jaish-e-Mohammad Terrorists Neutralised, 7 Pakistani Soldiers Killed Along LoC

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    Earlier, Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Barjees Tahir said India had committee over 70 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) in nearly first three weeks of January this year. The parade will be reviewed by Army chief General Bipin Rawat. "From the recovery of arms/ammunition and other warlike stores it appeared that the militants had had hatched a plan to launch a Fidayeen attack and belonged to the Jaish-e-Muhammad militant group", SSP Imtiyaz Hussain ...
  • Children found chained to beds in Perris, California

    Children found chained to beds in Perris, California

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    Despite being 17, police said the girl who alerted them appeared around 10 years old and was "slightly emaciated". The girl reportedly managed to flee with a cell phone and called police at 6 a.m. Authorities said many of them appeared far younger than their actual age because of poor nutrition. "It was mostly girls. kind of small-framed". "I thought the kids were home-schooled", she said.
  • Suspect shoots 4 officers in SC, 1 critically hurt

    Suspect shoots 4 officers in SC, 1 critically hurt

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    York County K-9 officers were then called in to track McCall down. McCall shot and wounded the deputy, causing an even more intense manhunt, Faris said. "The sheriff's office can really use your prayers and your thoughts", York County Sheriff's spokesman Trent Faris said about the wounded officers. Roger Gilfillan says McCall lived with his wife and three children in a rural area outside York.
  • Trump suggests surveillance law could have been used to 'abuse' his campaign

    Trump suggests surveillance law could have been used to 'abuse' his campaign

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    Which surveillance program are we talking about here? It was legally authorised in 2008 by Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act . What did Congress do Thursday? The government must have a documented foreign intelligence goal for surveilling anyone using Section 702. The House also rejected an amendment proposed by Rep.
  • Turkey deploys tanks at Syrian border for new offensive

    Turkey deploys tanks at Syrian border for new offensive

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    According to the Washington Post , during a speech in Ankara, Ergodan slammed the USA for its continued military support for Kurdish separatist groups in Syria tagged as terrorist organisations by Turkey. The coalition said that about 230 individuals were now undergoing training in the force's inaugural class. "As previously mentioned, recruiting is being done in such a manner as to build a force reflecting the populations they serve".