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Panama verdict: LHCBA gives PM 7-day ultimatum to resign

Justice Khosa said the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had failed to probe the case properly. The decision comprising 540 pages was announced by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa whereas other members of the bench that included Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan, Justice Gulzar Ahmed, Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Justice Ijazul Ahsan were also present on the occasion. Read More

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Trump says new GOP health care plan will have lower premiums

Trump says new GOP health care plan will have lower premiums

As of Monday morning, the AHCA is not on McCarthy's official schedule . "I don't think we can stop", said Rep. Brett Guthrie, a Republican who serves on the House's Energy and Commerce Committee told CNN last week. Jordan said that he thinks the bill will get a vote this week, adding, "I feel this is a pretty darn good bill that we made better because we engaged in this debate". Read More

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Asian nations pulled into China's orbit as Trump puts America first

Asian nations pulled into China's orbit as Trump puts America first

Duterte found solace from the storm of criticism in ASEAN , which has a bedrock policy forbidding member states from meddling in each other's domestic affairs. Duterte gestures as he speaks during a press conference at the end of ASEAN leaders' summit. In addition, he said the issue of terrorism had also drew attention at the summit in which Malaysia said the country's contribution, including the radicalisation programme had achieved a high level of success. Read More

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Syria Border Heating Up Leads to Tensions With Iran And Russia

The minister, who spoke on army radio , would not directly confirm Israel was responsible for the attack but said that Israel reserves the right to operate when required. The same military source added that "the Israeli aggression comes as a desperate attempt to raise the collapsed morale of terrorist groups due to the Syrian army's blows and this aggression will not dissuade the army from continuing the war against terrorism and crushing it". Read More

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Mixed emotions for Mauricio Pochettino after Tottenham match Chelsea result

Mixed emotions for Mauricio Pochettino after Tottenham match Chelsea result

TOTTENHAM beat rivals Arsenal in the Premier League - here are our Spurs player ratings . He added: "They were sharper than us physically today and we had problems to play". "This is a very big disappointment for us". " We are in the race for the title ", Pochettino told reporters at White Hart Lane . The North London club will take inspiration from the derby, and a side which has already bested its highest ever points tally in the Premier League will continue to apply pressure ... Read More

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Senators finish off Bruins behind MacArthur's OT goal,

Senators finish off Bruins behind MacArthur's OT goal,

DEFENSE: Like Alex Ovechkin in Washington or Sidney Crosby in Pittsburgh, when anyone thinks of the Ottawa Senators the mind immediately goes to Erik Karlsson , and for good reason. Before Acciari's near goal, the Bruins went on the power play on Clarke MacArthur's high-sticking penalty, but could not get anything past Anderson. Read More

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Trump pledges fealty to NRA gun lobby

Trump pledges fealty to NRA gun lobby

In a short video previewing Trump's speech, the NRA drew a parallel between his address and Reagan's - evidence, if any were necessary, of the lobbying group's close ties to the 45th president. About 10,000 people were in attendance to hear President Trump - but as many as 80,000 are expected at the convention this weekend. Trump had been welcomed with wild enthusiasm when, in May 2016 while campaigning for president, he spoke at the NRA's national convention in Louisville, Kentucky. Read More

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Turkey demands US stop supporting Syrian Kurdish militants

Turkey demands US stop supporting Syrian Kurdish militants

The YPG is the Syrian branch of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), who have waged an insurgency since 1984 inside Turkey that has left tens of thousands dead. The report , a result of an investigation by the US military's Combined Joint Task Force, stated that this number did not include ongoing investigations into recent attacks such as last month's airstrike in Mosul, Iraq, which is believed to have resulted in more than 100 civilian fatalities. Read More

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May says Corbyn victory 'could happen' as she warns over voter complacency

May says Corbyn victory 'could happen' as she warns over voter complacency

A majority of voters north of the border believe the SNP would have the right to hold a second independence referendum if the party wins more than half of the Scottish seats in the General Election , a poll has found. "I don't think anybody has cottoned on to how angry pro-UK Remainers are that Nicola Sturgeon, Angus Robertson and others have hijacked their Remain vote to be a proxy vote for independence". Read More

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Deadly tornado kills 4 Saturday in Texas community

Homes are severely damaged after a tornado hit the town of Emory, Texas , April 30, 2017 . Mark fox, meteorologist in National Weather Service , said that a minimum of one tornado stroke Canton near Dallas. "If we had been in there, I think we would have been dead", Richmond said. "But one moment you can have everything and the next, everything is gone", she said. Read More

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Chelsea deserved win against Everton: Eden Hazard

Chelsea deserved win against Everton: Eden Hazard

In more than just one way, Gary Cahill , England's fearless, has stepped up to fill John Terry's legendary boots at Chelsea this season. "It's this kind of game where beforehand you can be scared because when they play at home they are very strong and anything can happen, but we dealt with it and we played a fantastic game, we deserved to win". Read More

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May brushes off EU calls to settle Brexit divorce bill first

May brushes off EU calls to settle Brexit divorce bill first

Nonetheless, leaders stated in their negotiating guidelines , approved within minutes at Saturday's summit, that they would be prepared to deal with a situation in which talks collapse. Taoiseach (Irish prime minister) Enda Kenny hailed the outcome of the summit in Brussels as "a huge endorsement of the government's approach to the Brexit negotiations and a clear recognition of the unique and specific challenges facing Ireland". Read More

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Mark Selby joins elite in retaining world title

Higgins stopped the rot in the second frame of the final session but Selby was soon back in control as he closed to within two of the winning line. "Mark's more like Steve Davis". Higgins will be disappointed to have let such a big lead slip but it's hard to stay in the zone when Selby , once famously described as "the torturer" by O'Sullivan, finds his inner resolve to win at any cost, regardless of the form he produces. Read More

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Trump makes puzzling claim about Andrew Jackson, Civil War

Trump makes puzzling claim about Andrew Jackson, Civil War

Most critiques of Trump's quote point out that Jackson couldn't have stopped the Civil War because it started about 16 years after he died. President Donald Trump is officially the most "fact-challenged" politician that the Washington Post's Fact Checker has ever encountered, columnists Glenn Kessler and Michelle Ye Hee Lee reported Monday , just hours before the president claimed in a radio interview that "people don't ask" why the Civil War happened. Read More

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Turkish President arrives in India

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called for a dialogue to discuss the Kashmir issue, saying Pakistan and India must settle the dispute "once and for all", Radio Pakistan reported Sunday. On terrorism, they support Daesh in Syria, while our position is to contain radicalization. Bilateral relations have been strengthened by the exchange of high level visits of leaders of both countries in recent times. Read More

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A 'Make-or-Break' Moment on Obamacare Repeal?

And President Donald Trump, whose White House was optimistic the House could pass a bill Wednesday, once again muddied the waters by suggesting the measure may still be changed. Such a scenario is one reason why moderates are having trouble lining up behind the bill. Republican Representative Charlie Dent, a moderate from Pennsylvania, said on Monday he still had problems with the latest version of the plan and suspected there were not enough votes to pass it now. Read More

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Emre Can ranks Watford bicycle kick stunner as his best

Emre Can ranks Watford bicycle kick stunner as his best

The goal of the season will be chosen at the end of the campaign. While Watford began to grow a bit adventurous, desperate to find the equaliser there was always a chance that the Reds would hit them with speed on the counter and the away side almost doubled their lead, when Can sent Lallana though, but the Englishman's first-touch let him down in front of goal. Read More

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Fox News co-president Bill Shine is out

O'Reilly has denied the merits of the claims leveled at him, even though $13 million was paid in settlement claims to women who complained about his behavior. Amy Listerman, previously CFO of Scripps Networks Interactive, meanwhile took up her new role as CFO of Fox News Channel yesterday. Jack Abernethy, the other co-president, remains in place. Read More

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Trump Confused About Civil War

Trump Confused About Civil War

David Blight, a Yale history professor and author of one of the preeminent Civil War books , said the conflict became more or less inevitable after the 1857 Dred Scott v. I think another part of it has to do with attention span. It's not so much a lack of outrage - people are in fact outraged. Andrew Jackson is the President who would have cured polio, probably, if he had been an immortal wizard instead of a violently racist man. Read More

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Congress Passes Stopgap Measure To Fund Government, Averting Shutdown

President Donald Trump seems destined to serve his 100th day in office without House passage of a major Republican health care bill or enactment of a budget financing the government for the rest of this year. "No poison pill riders", he said. Adin said she's concerned the Republican health care bill under consideration by House Republicans will mean a friend who had breast cancer and others with pre-existing conditions won't be able to pay the higher price for their health care insurance. Read More

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Police kill suspect in fatal San Diego pool party shooting

One woman was killed and seven other people were injured in a shooting at the pool area of the La Jolla Crossroads apartment complex in California Sunday afternoon, the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) confirmed. He spotted a man bleeding and running near the pool below. Selis was a father and a vehicle mechanic who had "faced crushing debt", the San Diego Union-Tribune reports, citing a 2015 bankruptcy filing. Read More

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General Election 2017: Labour admits facing fight of its life

Responding to Mr Blair's comments, the Labour leader said that a sure fire win for Mrs May was not what he was finding out campaigning. "I think the real issue [in this election] is blank cheque". "He has pointed out that the current Parliament would accommodate a deal that kept Britain in the single market". There was a separate debate between the Labour, SNP, Green Party, UKIP and Plaid Cymru leaders in the absence of the Conservative prime minister and his Lib Dem deputy Mr Clegg. Read More

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ASEAN leaders 'concerned' over North Korean missile tests

ASEAN leaders 'concerned' over North Korean missile tests

The statement "makes it more hard for Asean to agree soonest on a consistent and unified basis for dealing with China and the maritime disputes", he said. China continues to reject a ruling issued by an global arbitration court in The Hague a year ago that invalidated its sweeping claims over nearly the entire South China Sea, though Duterte's administration has opted not to push for China's compliance, in the hope of forging closer economic ties. Read More

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Trump praises Andrew Jackson, questions why Civil War happened

He said 'There's no reason for this.' People don't realize, you know, the Civil War, you think about it, why? The Civil War broke out 16 years after Jackson's death, on April 12, 1861, when Fort Sumter, in SC, was attacked. "That's Andrew Jackson . And he had a very, very mean and nasty campaign ..." He has hung a portrait of Jackson in the Oval Office and last month paid homage to Jackson by marking the seventh President's 250th birthday with a visit to his Tennessee home and final ... Read More

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Facebook murder suspect kills himself after police pursuit

Facebook murder suspect kills himself after police pursuit

The man suspected of killing a Cleveland retiree and posting the act on Facebook shot and killed himself after a brief pursuit, Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday. It was at this time that the Cleveland suspect put his gun to his head, taking his own life. "We prioritize reports with serious safety implications for our community, and are working on making that review process go even faster". Read More

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5 policemen, 2 Bank guards killed in militant attack

5 policemen, 2 Bank guards killed in militant attack

The attack was carried out near Pombai Kakran agricultural university orchard which claimed lives of five police personnel and two bank security guards. S.P. Pani said a massive manhunt had been launched for the killers. They said that one of the bank employees was driver of the vehicle. "The militants had actually planned to loot the weapons and they found the cash van as easy target". Read More

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BC leaders set for televised debate

If Weaver continues with this line and offers more elaboration, you can be sure that USA lumber lobbyists will be saving up these quotes to present before any tribunals that will issue rulings on the US countervailing duty. Clark said the NDP will also move the burden of MSP premiums onto other taxes. Weaver said tolls are necessary to pay for infrastructure and get people out of cars. Read More

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