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Kabul Intercontinental Hotel Attack Victims


Vasyl Kyrylych, a representative for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, stated the loss of the Ukrainian citizen in a short comment on Twitter , without giving additional information. As pressure on the battlefield has increased, officials have warned that the danger of attacks on high-profile targets in Kabul and other cities would increase. Read More »

Kenya stands with AU on Trump's 'extremely upsetting' remarks


Donald Trump views developments to his luxury golf resort during a visit to the Menie estate in Aberdeenshire. It's not like we've lacked for clues. I mean, it only took a day before it the Wall Street Journal reported that he paid $130,000 in hush money to a porn star he'd had sexual relations with after he married Melania. Read More »

Aubameyang missing again for Dortmund against Hertha


Henrikh Mkhitaryan is poised to arrive at the club from Manchester United in a swap deal involving Alexis Sanchez . I only expected that one or the other would be coming in during this transfer window, especially after the Dortmund heirarchy kept saying that they had received no offers at all for PEA, and Arsenal were being disrespectful. Read More »

Olympics 2018: North Korea to send 22 athletes


The rival Koreas earlier this week agreed that the little-known 140-member art troupe, Samjiyon, which will include singers, dancers and orchestra members, will perform twice in South Korea during the Games in a sign of warming ties between the countries. Read More »

Intel's (NASDAQ:INTC) Buy Rating Reaffirmed at B. Riley

About 26.83M shares traded. STATE STREET CORP lowered its stake in Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC ) by 1.69% during the September 2017 quarter, according to its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. $20.89M worth of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC ) shares were sold by Smith Stacy J . The firm owned 70,839 shares of the chip maker's stock after acquiring an additional 3,338 shares during the quarter. Read More »

Lindsey Graham Accidentally Blows The Lid Off Of Trump's Potential Mental Illness


What Sen. Graham described was not a sane president, and his description of Trump opens up a whole new set of questions about his mental fitness for the presidency. It's not the content of your character. You could be the pope and criticize him, it doesn't matter. "And if he feels like you're off script, that you don't like him, he punches back". Read More »

President approves disqualification of 20 AAP legislators


Prashant Bhushan, senior lawyer: The appt of 21 Parl secys (like deputy ministers) by AAP was clearly a move to keep the MLAs beholden to the govt & to circumvent the rule of no more than 10% Ministers. "We appeal to the President to hear our view too, MLAs will meet President also", said Sisodia. Congress Delhi Cheif Ajay Maken has taken the moment to blame BJP and Election Commission for delaying the decision and allowing the now disqualified to MLAs to vote in the Rajya Sabha Elections. Read More »

Haitians March Against Trump's Reported Vulgar Comments


David Perdue of Georgia denied the reported remarks on January 11, the day of the meeting, but the next day they shifted to saying they did not recall exactly what the president said. "I can tell you explicitly they are wrong", the Illinois Democrat told CNN's Jake Tapper in an exclusive sit-down interview. Graham wouldn't say if he believes the "bad advice" came from White House aide Stephen Miller, a former Senate staffer known for his conservative views on immigration. Read More »

Donald Trump has incredible genes: doctor


At Trump's request, he took a cognitive assessment and got a score of 30 out of 30. "The president is mentally very sharp, very intact", Jackson said. That's according to his White House physician, Navy doctor Ronny Jackson. According to Dr. Jackson, the president's resting heart rate is 68 and his blood pressure is 122/74, both of which fall within the normal range. Read More »

Trump ends year as 'most unpopular' President


The US approval rating plunged to an all-time low, by 18 percent from the 48 percent in the last year of President Barack Obama and four points lower than the previous low of 34 percent during the last year of President George W. Last month, the same poll gauged Trump's approval rating at 35 percent and his disapproval at 59 percent. China tied with the same 25 percent approval rating in Europe. Read More »

Gambling site picks Boston to win Amazon's HQ2


Kitchen says she's not interested in doing economic development agreements the way they've been done in the past. There is also a criteria for cultural community fit, but it is hard to gauge what makes the "Live Music Capital of the World" better than the Music City of Nashville . Read More »

Starbucks Corporation (SBUX), The Western Union Company (WU)

A total of 8.42 Billion shares exchanged at hands and its average trading volume is standing at 9.01 Million shares. The counter witnessed a trading volume of 5.85 million shares versus an average volume of 3.48 million shares during last trading session. Read More »

California DA says couple's abuse of 12 kids became torture


An aunt of the children that were found chained up recently told reporters that she was not allowed to visit them. He persuaded school employees in Princeton, West Virginia, to release 16-year-old Louise Robinette to him without her parents' knowledge more than 30 years ago, two of Louise's siblings have revealed to DailyMailTV . Read More »

Federer and Djokovic take control in Melbourne

Muguruza was one of the five seeded women's players who were eliminated on Day 4. However, the numbers did not tell the full story as both players battled extreme heat in Melbourne , the mercury rising to 42 degrees Celsius at times on Rod Laver Arena, conditions they were critical of post-match. Read More »

Players turn up heat on weather policy


No. 9 seed Stan Wawrinka, the 2014 Australian Open champion, No. 7 David Goffin and No. 13 Sam Querrey didnt make it through the second round. Six-times champion Novak Djokovic survived the Rod Laver Arena furnace to reach the third round of the Australian Open with a 4-6, 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 victory over Gael Monfils on Thursday. Read More »

MEA summons Pakistan deputy excessive commissioner over ceasefire violations


The Foreign Ministry said Indian forces continued firing along the Line of Control (LoC) and International Border on Saturday, which killed an elderly civilian and injured two girls. The BSF targeted Charwah, Chaprar, Harpal, Bajrah Garhi and other sectors. Bajra Garhi village residents Muhammad Iqbal and Zakir Hussain (35); Meraajkey village resident Abdul Ghani (60); and Harnaawali village resident Shamim Bibi (40) were also wounded in the Indian firing and taken to hospital. Read More »

North Koreans to compete in Olympics


They will compete as Korea under the unification flag and the anthem "Arirang", a traditional Korean song often considered an unofficial national anthem which is estimated to be 2,000 years old. At the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, 450 kilometers south of Seoul, North Korea had 362 athletes and a 288-member cheering squad. As long as the present family dictatorship runs North Korea there will be no peace treaty. Read More »

Viola Davis speaks to 'Me too' moment at LA Women's March

Before she left for her train into the city, her father, who voted for Trump , asked her why it was so important she march. One year after the 2017 Women's March made history with millions of attendees worldwide, ladies (and gents!) in major cities across the USA are at it again. Read More »

Lindsey Graham hits White House, says immigration fight a 's-show'


A confidant of Trump told The Associated Press that the president spent Thursday evening calling friends and outside advisers to judge their reaction to his remarks. You can sign up here to get it in your inbox, for free, every week. On April 7, Trump had ordered a missile strike on a Syrian airfield in response to a chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of civilians. Read More »

United States government shuts down! Congress fails to pass spending bill


Katherine Clark said in a statement . Democrats say Trump and his Republicans keep moving the goal posts, with the president on Friday rejecting a budget and immigration deal that even included funding for his cherished wall along the United States border with Mexico, one of the chief planks of his presidential campaign. Read More »

Kevin Davis, Baltimore police commissioner, ousted by Mayor Catherine Pugh


Davis , the outgoing commissioner, replaced Commissioner Anthony Batts in July 2015 when then-Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake fired Commissioner Anthony Batts. "Darryl is a student of community policing and understands that the way forward will require a concerted reconciliation process to help fix trust between the department and the public at large", Young said. Read More »

Trump's language on immigrants provokes a backlash in the pulpits

Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin of IL, who was one of the lawmakers in the room, asserted on Tuesday that the President did use those words. According to the Post , when Graham and Durbin arrived for the noon meeting, they were blindsided, finding a "fired up" Trump with Senators Cotton, Perdue and other hard-line, conservative, anti-immigration Senators. Read More »