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New Zealand Cricket said the host team's Saturday test against Bangladesh was canceled and that the visiting squad was flying back to Bangladesh as soon as possible. Local media said multiple people were killed in the incident. Police have urged people in central Christchurch to stay indoors and have warned worshippers not to visit mosques "anywhere in New Zealand".
  • Trump Says Republicans ‘Overthinking’ Vote on Border Emergency

    Trump Says Republicans ‘Overthinking’ Vote on Border Emergency

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    But it could force Trump to issue the first veto of his presidency - and could mark a rare occasion where a significant number of Senate Republicans are willing to go on record to vote against Trump. The official was not authorized to publicly private conversations and spoke on condition of anonymity. Framing Thursday's vote that way seemed to be a message all but aimed directly at undecided GOP senators facing re-election races next year, of whom there are several.
  • U.S. orders Germany to dump Huawei

    U.S. orders Germany to dump Huawei

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    Following reports that Huawei is suing the USA government, the Trump administration has informed the German government it will limit its intelligence sharing if it allows Huawei to build Germany's 5G infrastructure. We are not sure if the German communications regulator Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA) will yield to Washington's warning as the country's federal cybersecurity agency has already rolled out the country's 5G security requirements , the requirements are quite strict, but not a ...
  • North Korea restricting Chinese tourism after Hanoi summit

    North Korea restricting Chinese tourism after Hanoi summit

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    He said, however, that it was a mistake to assume the DPRK would "automatically" comply with its obligations. "And I don't think I will be, but we'll see what happens". In an interview with ABC, US NSA Bolton said that he will be talking with his South Korean counterpart Monday morning. "So that's why, action for action, nearly inevitably in the past three administration has worked to North Korea's benefit".
  • Pres. Trump budget calls for return to 'fiscal sanity'

    Pres. Trump budget calls for return to 'fiscal sanity'

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    Non-defense spending was held below those caps, thanks to steep proposed funding cuts to the State Department (23 percent) and Environmental Protection Agency (31 percent), among others. Veterans Affairs medical care requirements would get $80.2 billion under the Trump 2020 budget. Even with the stiff congressional opposition, Trump's new budget request shows that he plans to continue fighting on the issue in the coming months.
  • Jack Knox: Politicians see daylight on ending time changes

    Jack Knox: Politicians see daylight on ending time changes

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    It feels like it happened yesterday. Until April of 2010, Nuevo Vallarta and the state of Nayarit were one hour earlier than Puerto Vallarta and the state of Jalisco. STANDARD TIME: If we kept things standard throughout the entire year, we'd have 267 days with sunrises before 7 a.m. Sounds great, right? Ben Franklin is often credited with the idea of Daylight saving time .
  • Canada's no-sex, no-money scandal could topple Trudeau

    Canada's no-sex, no-money scandal could topple Trudeau

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    Remediation agreements are a new legal tool in corporate-corruption cases that force a company to pay stiff restitution but avoid the risk of a criminal conviction that could threaten its financial viability and hurt innocent employees, shareholders and suppliers.
  • AP Assembly election to be held on April 11

    AP Assembly election to be held on April 11

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    Assembly polls will be held in Odisha , Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has "surrendered" before Pakistan, militants and separatists, National Conference (NC) leader Omar Abdullah said on Sunday, soon after the Election Commission's no to simultaneous assembly and Lok Sabha polls in Jammu and Kashmir.
  • Pakistani-origin ISIS brides lose British citizenship

    Pakistani-origin ISIS brides lose British citizenship

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    Two Pakistani-origin sisters from London are believed to be the latest set of mothers to lose their British citizenship for marrying into the Islamic State ( ISIS ) terrorist group in Syria. "The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has consistently advised against travel to Syria since April 2011. He was a British citizen", Akunjee stated on Twitter .
  • Korea may be preparing missile or space launch, says USA media

    Korea may be preparing missile or space launch, says USA media

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    The photos by the firm DigitalGlobe show the presence of cars and trucks at the site on February 22, said NPR - which has exclusive access to the imagery. However, two days on from the stalemate in Hanoi, Satellite images captured on March 2 show operations at the once-dormant Sohae site have resumed full-throttle - with its facilities once again under construction.
  • India asks Pakistan for concrete crackdown on terror groups:The Asahi Shimbun

    India asks Pakistan for concrete crackdown on terror groups:The Asahi Shimbun

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    But Pakistan, however, continues to generate a false account of the events. His article came days after Pakistan, under huge global pressure after the Pulwama terror attack and India's air strikes against a JeM terrorist camp in Balakot in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on February 26, started taking actions against some of the terrorist outfits and their leaders over the past few days.
  • PM acknowledges 'erosion of trust' between office and Jody Wilson-Raybould

    PM acknowledges 'erosion of trust' between office and Jody Wilson-Raybould

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday (March 7) denied interfering in Canada's judicial system as he sought to defuse a crisis threatening his political future, and offered no apology, asserting only that lessons had been learned. When Wilson-Raybould declined the Indigenous Services post, Butts said he advised Trudeau that a minister should not be allowed to veto a cabinet shuffle.
  • Sen. Sherrod Brown, Democrat from OH, won't run for president

    Sen. Sherrod Brown, Democrat from OH, won't run for president

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    Brown , who recently conducted a multistate "dignity of work" tour, announced that he decided "the best way for him to continue his fight for workers is by serving OH in the U.S. Clinton also reiterated that she was not running for president. Democrats are awaiting word from former vice president Joe Biden and former Texas Rep.
  • Met Office issue weather warning with snow forecast across South Yorkshire

    Met Office issue weather warning with snow forecast across South Yorkshire

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    CityNews meteorologist Adam Stiles says from 11 p.m. Saturday night until 5 a.m. Sunday morning, we will see a mixed mess of precipitation across the GTA. Rain showers develop overnight. Between 1 to 3 inches of snowfall is expected before the changeover to rain during the day Sunday . These gusts will become even stronger winds as we move into the next week, with a risk of gale force winds returning to north-western coastal fringes of the United Kingdom on Tuesday .
  • Maduro's Military Detains, Releases U.S. Reporter and Aide

    Maduro's Military Detains, Releases U.S. Reporter and Aide

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    Germany, the United States and more than 50 other countries have recognized Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader in the wake of an election a year ago riddled with irregularities in which Maduro claimed a second term. The United States yesterday demanded the immediate release of an American journalist, Cody Weddle, who was reportedly arrested by Venezuelan military intelligence in an early morning raid on his Caracas home.
  • May calls knife-crime meeting amid row over police funding

    May calls knife-crime meeting amid row over police funding

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    It comes after the fatal stabbing of 17-year-old Jodie Chesney in an east London park on Friday night in what her family branded a "totally random and unprovoked attack". South Yorkshire Police attended a meeting with Home Secretary Sajid Javid today as concerns of a national knife crime emergency grow. "We have a Justice Secretary who is saying we need to scrap shorter sentences because the prisons are full".
  • US Shutters Its Consulate in Jerusalem, Angering Palestinians

    US Shutters Its Consulate in Jerusalem, Angering Palestinians

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    The United States has officially shuttered its consulate in Jerusalem , downgrading the status of its main diplomatic mission to the Palestinians by folding it into the U.S. The Palestinian Foreign Ministry said the two men were shot in cold blood in "a brutal execution". Palestinian youths attempted to defend the home from seizure, however, Israeli police forces assaulted them and fired tear-gas bombs towards them.
  • Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's political crisis

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    Senior Trudeau government figures lobbying Wilson-Raybould on the DPA were doing so because of concerns of how a guilty conviction against SNC-Lavalin on bribery charges would affect its 9,000 employees and countless others working as suppliers for the engineering and construction firm, according to Butts.