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If you're looking forward to a live musical on television, NBC is airing Jesus Christ Superstar next Easter and Fox will be doing Rent next year as well. One other reason that ABC has made a decision to put their " Little Mermaid " musical broadcast on hold for this year was financial difficulties.
  • Korea leaving door open to USA visitors

    Korea leaving door open to USA visitors

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    U.S. passport holders will not be able to travel to North Korea beginning September 1, according to a statement issued by the U.S. State Department on Wednesday . Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore. "How could Chinese sanctions change the situation?" said the paper, which is published by the ruling Communist Party's official People's Daily.
  • Department of Defense: Two killed in Afghanistan from Fort Bragg

    Department of Defense: Two killed in Afghanistan from Fort Bragg

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    Lt. Col. Joe Buccino, a spokesman for the 82nd Airborne Division, confirmed that Davis is a soldier, but said that he is not with the 82nd Airborne, according to the Fayetteville Observer . Hunter joined the Army to earn government support with paying for his college, his father told The Associated Press. "He had been there 32 days. I'm former military, me and his uncle both, so we know the dangers", the father said.
  • Banks' savings interest rate cut due to lower inflation: Jaitley

    Banks' savings interest rate cut due to lower inflation: Jaitley

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    With the launch of this ETF , the government hopes to accelerate the divestment process. The stocks to be sold through the ETF include those of Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd, Indian Oil Corp Ltd, Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd, Coal India Ltd, State Bank of India, Larsen & Toubro Ltd and NTPC Ltd among others.
  • Harvard Accepts More Than Half Non-white Students For The First Time

    Harvard Accepts More Than Half Non-white Students For The First Time

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    The coalition filed a complaint against Harvard University, alleging that the school and other Ivy League institutions had racial quotas that shut out high-scoring Asians. The University of Massachusetts Amherst, where the freshmen minority enrollment has climbed from 21 percent in 2010 to almost 30 percent in 2016, has made greater efforts to recruit students from high schools in cities such as Springfield and Boston, said James Roche, the school's associate provost of enrollment management.
  • U.S. issues ban on tourist travel to North Korea

    U.S. issues ban on tourist travel to North Korea

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    On Wednesday Duterte called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a "maniac", "fool" and "son of a bitch". An Air Force statement said that the test was not a response to recent North Korean actions, but shows that America's nuclear enterprise is "safe, secure, effective and ready to be able to deter, detect and defend against attacks on the United States and its allies".
  • Killed in Anantnag firing incident identified as civilian

    Killed in Anantnag firing incident identified as civilian

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    During the firefight, both militants were killed, the official had said. During the search operation, police said that militants fired on the search party, resulting in exchange of fire. Meanwhile, in a joint operation conducted by the Indian Army, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and the Jammu and Kashmir Police on Thursday morning, two more militants were killed in state's Kulgam district.
  • 8-Year-Old Fla. Girl Dies After Dare to Drink Boiling Water

    8-Year-Old Fla. Girl Dies After Dare to Drink Boiling Water

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    The incision in her windpipe left her with chronic respiratory problems, according to a GoFundMe campaign set up to help the family pay for funeral arrangements. According to the department, they received multiple reports involving the girl between 2009 and 2017 - five of them stemming from domestic violence allegations between the girl's mother and her partner.
  • China Accuses India Of 'Delaying Tactics' After Sushma's Parliament Address

    China Accuses India Of 'Delaying Tactics' After Sushma's Parliament Address

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    CHINA yesterday accused India of concocting excuses over the illegal entry of its military into Chinese territory, adding that China had shown great restraint over the incident. Ren Guoqiang, a spokesperson of the Chinese defence ministry, in a statement called on the Indian side to swiftly address the situation in a proper manner to restore peace and tranquillity in the border region.
  • Probe death of Kenya election IT head - Mahama

    Probe death of Kenya election IT head - Mahama

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    Mr. Mac Manu is a former National Chairman of the party is now the Honourary Chairman of DUA. The former president of Ghana is leading a 15 member election observer mission in Kenya that is composed of eminent persons from Africa, Asia, Europe, the Caribbean and Pacific regions.
  • Neymar on joining PSG from Barcelona

    Neymar on joining PSG from Barcelona

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    Barcelona have passed the details of the deal to UEFA. Manchester United held the previous record when they bought Paul Pogba from Juventus a year ago for 105 million euros. Then Barcelona stomped P.S.G., 6-1, in the return leg. He will earn a basic salary of 30 million euros a year, after tax, according to Sky News. And PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi said Neymar shared the club's hunger for titles and trophies rather than financial rewards.