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The Justice Department and Ferguson agreed to a court-enforceable consent decree to overhaul municipal court and police department practices in March 2016. He said the shift by Sessions probably won't derail that momentum. "Consent decrees have a profound effect on our legal system as they constitute an end run around the democratic process", he said in the report.
  • Trump breaks silence on North Korea, defends reversal on China

    Trump breaks silence on North Korea, defends reversal on China

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    From there, he was expected to move to the truce village of Panmunjom that straddles one of the most heavily militarised borders on Earth. In response, North Korea has vowed to "go to war" against the United States if necessary, stating that "all the brigandish provocative moves of the US...will thoroughly be foiled", while pledging to continue its missile tests.
  • Devineni nehru passes away

    Devineni nehru passes away

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    Nehru is suffering from Kidney related problem for a while now and he had been undergoing treatment in the hospital from last week. In August a year ago, he joined back TDP mending differences with Chandrababu Naidu. Ranga was a leader of the Congress party and was murdered in 1988 when he was on a hunger strike. A Telugu movie Vangaveeti on the feud between two families and produced by controversial filmmaker Ramgopal Verma was recently released.
  • Erdogan claims victory in Turkish referendum result swiftly challenged by opposition

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    Turkey's Supreme Election Board announced the unprecedented move after many voters casting their votes in the country's historic referendum complained that they were given ballot papers without the official stamp. "We would like other countries and institutions to show respect to the decision of the nation", Erdogan said. The head of Turkey's electoral board has since confirmed that the "yes" votes have won.
  • Relief for Man City goalscorer Kompany after injury nightmare

    Relief for Man City goalscorer Kompany after injury nightmare

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    Despite missing seven games through suspension and being dropped for four games for Gabriel Jesus in February, he is still on course to better his best ever return of 32 goals in the 2014-15 season. Then De Bruyne chipped the ball into the Southampton six-yard box where Aguero headed in at the far post as City eased to a second successive win. Sane is slipped in by Toure and holds off Cedric before trying to round Forster, who dives and brings him down.
  • US VP Pence near DMZ after failed N.Korea missile

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    US President Donald Trump has previously stated that if allies surrounding North Korea do not act to end North Korea's military program, the US will do it alone. Last week, Trump said he would not declare China a currency manipulator, pulling back from a campaign promise, as he looked for help from Beijing, which is the North's dominant trade partner.
  • North Korea's missile flop

    North Korea's missile flop

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    He said North Korea's nuclear program was non-negotiable. The move would be similar to a highly successful effort in 2007 to cut off money to Pyongyang. Lu Chao, director of the Border Studies Institute at the Liaoning Academy of Social Sciences, said the latest test, despite its failure, could be another defiant message from Pyongyang that it will not change its tough stance in the face of USA pressure even amid a growing threat of military action.
  • North Korea fails to launch missile: USPACOM

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    PYONGYANG, North Korea North Korea paraded its intercontinental ballistic missiles in a massive military display in central Pyongyang today, with ruler Kim Jong Un looking on with delight as his nation flaunted its increasingly sophisticated military hardware amid rising regional tensions.
  • Donald Trump to keep White House visitor logs secret

    Donald Trump to keep White House visitor logs secret

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    After acting as a quiet yet steadfast supporter of her father, Trump officially became an assistant to the president in late March 2017. Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of President Donald Trump , is in talks to sell his stake in a technology company focusing on the real estate sector, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
  • U.S. weighs options after North Korea missile test

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    Considering that U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have already visited Seoul in the early days of the Trump administration, South Korean government officials say Washington is putting a lot of weight on the two countries' alliance and on solving the North Korea issue.
  • Republican Holds On in Closely-Watched Kansas Special House Election

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    Next week's special election In Georgia's 6th district - a seat Trump carried by only one point in 2016 - will be a more fair fight than this Kansas seat. The Progressive Change Campaign Committee urged activists to recognize that Kansas showed Mr. Ossoff can win next week. Dan Glickman (D) was swept out by a Republican electoral victory wave in 1994 fueled in part by anti-abortion activists.
  • North Korea's Latest Missile Firing was a Dud

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    North Korea's failed missile launch Saturday fits into the country's "pattern of provocative behavior", but there is an worldwide consensus now, including with the leadership of China, that such actions can't continue, National Security Adviser H.R.