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China says Iran nuclear deal not derailed, pledges constructive role


The 2015 agreement was signed by Barack Obama , Mr Trump's predecessor, and saw economic sanctions waived in return for Iran not developing nuclear weapons. Trump was reportedly encouraged to waive the sanctions by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and national security advisor H.R. McMaster, who warned the President that it would look like he was breaking the US commitments of the deal. Read More »

Netanyahu begins 6-day visit to India to deepen ties


He said aim will be to further boost cooperation in a range of sectors including water, agriculture, scientific research and education. He said Netanyahu was bringing with him 130 businesspeople, "which reflects the enthusiasm in Israel to do more business with India". Read More »

Arrest made in Orange County killing of 19-year-old Penn. student


A friend at school told WPVI that she had been communicating with Bernstein over break over ideas for the magazine for the next semester. Investigators said they are treating his death as a homicide. The friend could not recall the girlfriend's last name or address. "Revenge is empty. It will never bring back my son". "Nothing will bring back my son so we ask the world to please honor Blaze's memory by doing an act of kindness today - don't wait - do it now", the grieving mom told the Los ... Read More »

University of Rochester President Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Report


Numerous accusers have challenged Mary's conclusion that the university did not harass or undermine any of the accusing students. "Shame on you", she said. The professors argue that this is a fatal flaw. White recommended a strict ban on sexual relationships between faculty and students, and urged the administration to facilitate extensive staff training on how to spot and prevent sexual harassment. Read More »

Who Is Josie Gower? Mother Killed In Southern California Mudslide

He said those who perished range in age from three to 89 years old."There are four juveniles on the list", he said. The two had traveled to Italy for five weeks with Josie's children previous year. Caroline, a high school water polo star and a senior at Barnard College in NY, was killed, her uncle said. She had lived in the city for almost 30 years. Read More »

Even some Patriots are starting to doubt Tom Brady


While these three players are not the stars of the game, look for each of them to try and leave their mark on the contest somehow, especially in crunch time . This will actually be Tennessee's sixth contest over the last nine that has not been at home. Yet on WEEI's "Kirk & Callahan" radio show this week, Brady did not exactly dismiss reports that all was not well in the New England organization. Read More »

Trump cryptic about contacts with North Korean leader Kim Jong

Security Council has imposed tough sanctions on the rogue regime. It will be co-hosted by Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland. But Brian Hook, director of policy for U.S. This ministerial will enhance and strengthen all of the efforts under way. As the hotline was disconnected, the South previously asked the United Nations Command to contact the North when rescued North Korean fishermen wished to go home or bodies of North Koreans were found in the sea. Read More »

Trump Suggests US "Could Conceivably Go Back" To Paris Agreement


President Donald Trump says the economic ties between the United States and Norway are "robust and growing" and he's pointing to their work in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance to counter security threats. President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for "serious case of amnesia" after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE ... Read More »

No immigrati da Haiti e Africa, sono cesso di Paesi


Il riferimento era in particolare ad Haiti , El Salvador e ad alcuni Paesi africani , quelli da cui provengono le famiglie scappate da disastri naturali e che gli Sati Uniti hanno accolto garantendo loro lo status di protezione . Il militante del radicalismo nero, Kemi Seba ha scritto sul sito Senegalese Senenews : "Evidentemente, i nostri paesi, paesi di merda , sapranno ricordarsi di questi propositi, noi che accogliamo da molto tempo, le vostre basi militari senza battere ciglia". Read More »

Tunisian govt hopes that days of meals protests are subsiding


The trigger of the protests on January 7 was the budget imposing tax hikes after a year of rising prices. The International Monetary Funds says Tunisia is committed to "decisive action" to reform its economy before the IMF reviews the payment of its next loan tranche. Read More »

Bannon to Appear Before House Committee in Russia Probe, Source Says


The program permits US spy agencies to collect the communications of foreign intelligence targets located overseas without a warrant. "They give you people, in fact, as you know , the person on the West Side Highway that killed eight people, and so badly injured ― legs and arms ― so badly injured many more, they came in through the lottery system", Trump said. Read More »

Chinese authorities blow up Christian church


After the initial explosion, the remaining pieces of the church were broken apart with diggers and jackhammers. The Guardian reports that a Catholic church in the neighboring province of Shaanxi was also demolished in a similar fashion last month, which is stoking fears among Christians that the widespread crackdown on churches continues in full force. Read More »

Pacers overturn 22-pt deficit to beat Cavs

The Cavaliers have dropped six of eight dating back to a Christmas Day defeat at defending champion Golden State. Nets 110, Hawks 105: Spencer Dinwiddie had 20 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds, Jahlil Okafor added 17 points in a reserve role and visiting Brooklyn beat Atlanta. Read More »

Spain condemns new settlement construction plan in West Bank


Momani stressed the worldwide community's rejection of the settlements, labelling them as illegal according to the United Nations resolution 2334. "It undermines the viability of the two-state solution, and does not contribute to increasing Israel's own security". Read More »

Three jawans falls from chopper during practice drill ahead of Army Day


If detected by the enemy, the helicopters with soldiers dangling from the rope, are an easy target and the effort always is to avoid such situations, sources said. Army Day is observed on 15 January every year to honour Lieutenant General KM Kariappa, who took over as the first commander-in-chief of the Indian Army on this day. Read More »

Red Fort attack plot suspect arrested after 17 years


It was carried out by Pakistani terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). The police said that money to the tune of Rs 29.50 lakh was transferred through hawala in various bank accounts, including those of Kawa , to fund the attack. Special Cell said Kawa needs to be interrogated by several other agencies. According to Kawa's cousin Hina, the terror suspect went to the national capital to meet his wife and daughter, who went to Delhi to spend the winter. Read More »

Man Fatally Shot His Mother Over a Broken Gaming Headset


A little white before 10 in the evening, authorities received an emergency report of a woman being shot inside a residence. Nicholson's 68-year-old mother, Lydia, went to check on her son but Nicholson started arguing with her and ended up breaking his headset for the video game in an outburst. Read More »

Duncan, Democratic House candidates react to Haiti comments


In Geneva, the United Nations human rights office said the "racist" remarks would incite xenophobia. "The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used", he wrote. "We have consistently been portrayed as shitty people from shitty countries", he said. Meanwhile, Botswana has summoned U.S. ambassador to express displeasure at the "highly irresponsible, reprehensible and racist" comments by Trump. Read More »

Iran Reproves US Sanctions Which 'Cross All Red Lines,' Vows to Respond


US President Donald Trump Friday said that he will soon take a decision whether or not to re- impose sanctions on Iran which was lifted in 2015 under the landmark nuclear deal signed between the Islamic Republic and six world powers. In return, decades of global and USA nuclear-related sanctions were suspended. The waiver he will sign suspends sanctions for another 120 days, but he warned that if a new agreement was not made "the United States will not again waive sanctions ". Read More »

Vegas gunman had emailed about bump stocks


Paddock is suspected of killing 58 people and injuring hundreds attending the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas on October 1 before taking his own life. She told investigators her prints would likely be on the ammunition because she "occasionally participated in loading magazines". Lombardo says the news conference will provide additional information but not "a keystone" about why Paddock did what he did. Read More »

Canada, US to host meeting on North Korea

And with reports that the Chinese regime is enforcing that new level of sanctions enough to matter, the Trump administration is showing increasing confidence in its push towards a diplomatic option. "They are doing a better job of implementing the U.N. Security Council resolutions". Chinese government had also imposed sanctions on Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programme. Read More »

'Sloppy Steve' Bannon Reportedly Forced out at Breitbart After Feud With Trump


The president hit back at Bannon, saying he had "lost his mind". Mr Trump also said in an official statement from the White House that */ /*- */ Mr Bannon "has nothing to do with me or my Presidency". But this is absolutely true, that Steve Bannon is responsible for Donald Trump's election. Bannon said the comments in the book were not accurate. Read More »

Chelsea Manning files for Senate run in Maryland


Formerly a U.S. Army soldier assigned to be an intelligence analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense, Manning leaked classified military documents to WikiLeaks . In his announcement, Obama said that Manning's sentence was "unbalanced" to those looked by different informants. Manning was convicted in 2013 by a military tribunal under the Espionage and Computer Fraud and Abuse Acts for releasing over 700,000 documents to WikiLeaks. Read More »