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President Donald Trump is calling for a 51-vote majority in the Senate instead of the current 60 votes as a means for getting individual pieces of legislation passed without the threat of a filibuster. Trump is expected to remind the "about 95%" of Republican senators to White House officials say will attend the meeting of their years of promises to repeal Obamacare.
  • Netanyahu Caught on Hot Mic Blasting Europe's 'Crazy' Policies on Israel

    Netanyahu Caught on Hot Mic Blasting Europe's 'Crazy' Policies on Israel

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    It's actually insane", he added, urging the leaders present to help push Europe to expedite the EU Association Agreement with Israel that has been held up because of current Israeli policies. Earlier this month, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Netanyahu signed a number of trade agreements. Unbeknownst to him was the fact that the transmission of his speech was received in the headphones distributed among the journalists covering the event.
  • Trump, Putin Had 2nd, Private Meeting at G-20 Summit

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    Why did Trump use Putin's translator? "There was a couples-only social dinner at the G-20". The job, all the more high-profile because of allegations that Russian Federation intervened in the 2016 U.S. Trump sat next to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's wife. The White House is refusing to characterize their discussion as a meeting, with press secretary Sean Spicer simply saying the two world leaders "spoke" during the dinner with other world leaders.
  • North Korea executes rice thieves and pimps on school grounds

    North Korea executes rice thieves and pimps on school grounds

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    Suga might also have reacted calmly to Seoul's offer for dialogue with Pyongyang because Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government has been seeking an opportunity to resume long-stalled bilateral dialogue with North Korea over the issue of Japanese nationals abducted to North Korea, mainly in the 1970s and 1980s.
  • Why Trump's Base of Support May Be Smaller Than It Seems

    Why Trump's Base of Support May Be Smaller Than It Seems

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    Independents also want Democratic control to push back on the president's agenda, with the same 14-point margin as Democrats to Republicans. For the die-hard Trump supporter, polls don't account for much, especially when the media drools over the president's historic low approval ratings .
  • Wow! Shah Rukh Khan Turns Guide For A Leading Publication

    Wow! Shah Rukh Khan Turns Guide For A Leading Publication

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    Anushka was photograhed with beau Virat Kohli in the United States as they spent some quality time with each other. I said, "Salman, there's one role", he said, 'Yeah, let me know. The 51-year-old actor says the team is happy with the way the film is shaping up, which would require a lot of VFX. Talking about it SRK said, that the film was supposed to made under Dharma Productions' banner but with some other director.
  • Minks released from Minnesota fur farm by animal rights activists

    Minks released from Minnesota fur farm by animal rights activists

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    What is known is that the domesticated mink are dying or likely will die as they can't survive for long in the wild. The farm breeds minks for their pelts. The page Unoffensive Animal wrote, "HIT REPORT!" After being told the minks were dying, the page In Defense of Animals wrote, "Since mink farmers don't generally do ANYTHING to protect animals from extreme temperatures, if any die from the heat, it will be no different than what would have happened to them anyway, except this time they ...
  • China moved huge military hardware into Tibet after Sikkim standoff

    China moved huge military hardware into Tibet after Sikkim standoff

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    China's state-run media has stepped up rhetoric against India in recent weeks. Lu's comments came after Chinese state broadcaster CCTV reported late last week that an army brigade equipped with rocket launchers, heavy machine guns and mortars recently practiced a simulated live-firing assault on an enemy position in Tibet.
  • Indonesia disbands hardline group Hizbut Tahrir

    Indonesia disbands hardline group Hizbut Tahrir

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    The government's move comes a week after President Joko " Jokowi " Widodo signed a presidential decree that gives the government nearly unfettered power to ban groups that go against "national unity and the existence of the Indonesian nation".