• Top S. Korea court orders Japanese firm to pay for forced labour
Top S. Korea court orders Japanese firm to pay for forced labour

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un agreed during their first-ever April summit to seek an official end to the 1950-53 Korean War and work toward replacing the Armistice Agreement that ended the hostility with a peace treaty.

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  • Acqua alta hits Venice, vaporetti stopped
Acqua alta hits Venice, vaporetti stopped

People walk in the flooded Riva degli Schiavoni during a high-water (Acqua Alta) alert in Venice, Italy . The national fire brigade said it had intervened in 7,000 cases across the country and that one of its staff had died, crushed by a tree during a rescue operation in a small town in South Tyrol.

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  • Trump attacks Paul Ryan, says he ‘knows nothing’ about birthright citizenship
Trump attacks Paul Ryan, says he ‘knows nothing’ about birthright citizenship

He added that the phrase "and subject to the jurisdiction thereof" was added to the 14th Amendment to ensure that the child of anyone not subject to American jurisdiction isn't a legal citizen. Napolitano said the 14th Amendment has been interpreted by courts to mean the same thing for 150 years. Some argue that the Supreme Court ruled in favor o...

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  • Indian Couple Falls 800 Ft To Death In California
Indian Couple Falls 800 Ft To Death In California

Changes byline, dateline. Links new photos . After reports of the couple's death emerged and their identities were revealed, Sean Matteson said that Ms Moorthy appears in two of their selfie photos that they took at the popular tourist destination.

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  • Khashoggi's fiancee urges Trump to reveal truth behind murder
Khashoggi's fiancee urges Trump to reveal truth behind murder

Discussions with al-Mojeb produced no "concrete results" despite "good-willed efforts" by Turkey, Fidan said. "In accordance with plans made in advance, the victim, Jamal Khashoggi , was strangled to death immediately after entering the consulate on October 2", the Istanbul prosecutor's office said in a statement.

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  • Female bomber targets Tunisian cops with
Female bomber targets Tunisian cops with "terrorist explosion"

According to AP reporter who was present at the locus, there was a lot of commotion with ambulances arriving to pick up the wounded and take them to the hospitals. It has since been credited with carrying out a democratic transition, holding free elections and guaranteeing fundamental rights in a new constitution.

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  • Harry and Meghan's overseas tour ends as it began - with a surprise
Harry and Meghan's overseas tour ends as it began - with a surprise

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived to Rotorua, a town set on Lake Rotorua, renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture, on Wednesday, Australia time. Tomorrow, the royal couple will finally head back to London, concluding their 16-day, four-nation tour Down Under. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex then headed to Auckland where the...

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  • Three Siblings Hit and Killed Walking to the School Bus
Three Siblings Hit and Killed Walking to the School Bus

An 11-year-old boy was airlifted to Fort Wayne Hospital suffering multiple broken bones and injuries. The Tippacanoe Valley School Corporation posted a message on Facebook about the deaths of the three children asking for prayers for the students and their families.

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  • United Kingdom announces digital services tax on tech giants
United Kingdom announces digital services tax on tech giants

We can not simply talk forever. While most of his Budget involved loosening the purse strings, Mr Hammond announced the new tax on tech giants to make sure they "pay their fair share towards supporting our public services". - The OBR upgraded its forecast for GDP growth in 2019 from 1.3% to 1.6%, then 1.4% in 2020 and 2021; 1.5% in 2022; and 1....

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  • Saudi sisters' bodies recovered from NYC riverbank
Saudi sisters' bodies recovered from NYC riverbank

They were officially identified on Friday. Tala Farea had been missing from Fairfax since August 24, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children . The Embassy reportedly told her that her family's residency in the USA was in jeopardy because Rotana and Tala applied for immigration asylum. The lack of obvious trauma appear...

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  • Blasphemy case: Pakistan Supreme Court overturns Asia Bibi's death sentence
Blasphemy case: Pakistan Supreme Court overturns Asia Bibi's death sentence

Asia Bibi , a mother of four, has been living on death row since 2010 when she became the first woman to be sentenced to death under Pakistan's draconian blasphemy laws. The case has disgusted millions around the world and caused huge division in the majority Muslim country. The Lahore High Court (LHC) had upheld her conviction and confirmed her ...

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  • Donald Trump pushes for end to birthright citizenship
Donald Trump pushes for end to birthright citizenship

Trump tells " Axios on HBO " he wants to end birthright citizenship for babies born to non-citizens and immigrants not authorized to be in the United States. "That birthright is protected no less for children of undocumented persons than for descendants of Mayflower passengers", the U.S. circuit judge of the U.S.

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  • India unveils the world's tallest statue
India unveils the world's tallest statue

Sardar Patel, a true son of the soil will adorn our skies too. "Erected on the banks of river Narmada in Gujarat, the structure is twice the height of the Statue of Liberty". At this event, we won 13 medals besides 3 in mixed events. On project challenges Mukesh S Raval, Project Director for the Statue of Unity , L&T told PTI: "Mr Ram Suthar...

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  • Pakistan Supreme Court Bans Indian Content On TV
Pakistan Supreme Court Bans Indian Content On TV

The Lahore High Court (LHC) in 2017, noting that "the world has become a global village", lifted a ban on the airing of Indian drama serials imposed by the broadcast media watchdog in 2016. In 2016, Pakistan's media regulator had launched a crackdown on TV channels airing Indian content in their country after the surgical strikes conducted by Ind...

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  • Robert Mueller refers plot to make false claims about him to FBI
Robert Mueller refers plot to make false claims about him to FBI

The tale is a convoluted one, and it involves one of Mueller's most vocal critics on the right, a self-identified lobbyist named Jack Burkman , reports CNBC . Jack Burkman , a conservative commentator who claims to be a registered lobbyist, said in a tweet Tuesday that "we will reveal the first of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's sex assa...

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  • Married couple, brothers among synagogue victims
Married couple, brothers among synagogue victims

The suspected gunman , 46-year-old Robert Bowers of Pittsburgh , stormed the building during a morning service on October 27. Diaspora Affairs Minister Naftali Bennett announced on Saturday he would fly to Pittsburgh to "be with our sisters and brothers on their darkest hour".

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  • Trump To Hold Rally In Escambia County This Week
Trump To Hold Rally In Escambia County This Week

Donald Trump Mocked for leaving his Umbrella open at the door of Air Force One: Watch Video . Democrats' ceiling is sensitive to these minor changes in the political environment because there are a glut of districts that are somewhere between 10- and 20- percentage points more Republican-leaning than the country as a whole.

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  • Whitey Bulger Dead: Boston Mobster Killed in Prison
Whitey Bulger Dead: Boston Mobster Killed in Prison

It comes amid reports an inmate was killed at the Hazelton high security prison in West Virginia shortly after Bulger's arrival. Bulger was convicted in 2013 of murdering 11 people , as well as extortion, money laundering and weapons charges.

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  • Canadian mother reunited with kidnapped son after 31 years
Canadian mother reunited with kidnapped son after 31 years

Allan Mann is expected to be extradited to face an abduction charge in Canada. In the emotional briefing, she thanked Amanda Pick, CEO and investigator Ted Davis of the Missing Children Society of Canada for their unwavering belief and support.

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  • Hillary seems torn about another White House run
Hillary seems torn about another White House run

Hillary Clinton raised eyebrows throughout the Democratic Party this weekend; saying she won't "even think about" a potential third-run for the White House until after the 2018 midterm elections. Hillary Clinton appeared to make a joke about black people looking alike during a recent interview talking about Sen. Around this time in 2014, dono...

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