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The campaign advert, whose message was approved by President Trump , reiterated the message put out by the president, particularly in recent months, that he is being blocked by Democrats despite having a majority in the White House, the House and the Senate.
  • When Indian & Pakistani National Anthems Sung Together

    When Indian & Pakistani National Anthems Sung Together

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    The video begins with the words, "When we open our borders to art, peace comes along" and closes with, "Let's stand together for peace". A popular Facebook group, " Voice of Ram " has used the medium of art to wish our neighbor on Independence Day .
  • Central Intelligence Agency chief: Not surprising if North Korea tests missile again

    Central Intelligence Agency chief: Not surprising if North Korea tests missile again

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    Guam's leader said Monday that "sometimes a bully can only be stopped with a punch in the nose", in a spirited defence of President Donald Trump's rhetoric against North Korea which has the island in its crosshairs. There have been no air raid drills or cars in camouflage netting as has been the case during previous crises. The president insisted the North had been "getting away with a tragedy that can't be allowed".
  • China's property development investment sees slower growth

    China's property development investment sees slower growth

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    But some analysts expect increasingly stringent cooling measures will eventually drag on investment and dampen construction activity. "Our industrial output index - which combines the output volumes of key products - suggests that, having slowed more than the official figures show since the start of the year, industrial output actually held up well in July", he said.
  • Death toll from Charlottesville violence rises to 3

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    Some alleged President Donald Trump didn't go far enough in condemning the event's organizers, who just a day before won a court battle to hold it. The Charlottesville streets turned deadly Saturday when a vehicle driven by James Alex Fields - a 20-year-old OH man thought to be a rally supporter - plowed into a line of counter-protesters crammed into an intersection.
  • French leader urges calm in North Korea crisis

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    Abe says: "I will do everything, to the best of my ability, to protect the safety and property of the Japanese people". State-run China Central Television quoted Xi as telling Trump the "relevant parties must maintain restraint and avoid words and deeds that would exacerbate the tension on the Korean Peninsula".
  • Virginia governor defends Charlottesville law enforcement

    Virginia governor defends Charlottesville law enforcement

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    Kessler, in a press conference set up earlier in the day, said law enforcement officials "exacerbated the violence" by failing to separate groups who opposed one another at the rally. "Stop the hate speech", McAuliffe said. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment.
  • Train collision in Egypt leaves scores dead and over 133 others injured

    Train collision in Egypt leaves scores dead and over 133 others injured

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    The toll had risen to 40 dead and 123 wounded, said health ministry spokesman Khaled Moujahed, as local media said the number of fatalities was likely to rise. Another survivor, 10 year-old Karim Abdel Wahab, said that he couldn't find his mother and brother who were travelling with him in the train. "The rescue team is now searching for survivals while ambulances are transferring the injured to nearby hospitals", said Magdy Hegazi, undersecretary at the Health ministry.
  • SpaceX to launch supercomputer to the space

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    The Linux-running computer has essentially taken a commercial PC and fitted it with a unique water-cooled enclosure, but while Nasa's space computers are typically "ruggedised" to withstand things like radiation, solar flares, subatomic particles and unstable power this has been adapted to survive through special software instead.
  • Venezuela calls Trump's warning 'crazy act'

    Venezuela calls Trump's warning 'crazy act'

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    He also thanked several governments, including ones recently critical of President Nicolas Maduro, for condemning Trump's comments. Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon said the Defense Department has not been ordered to make any military movements related to Venezuela - but is prepared if need be.
  • Stores selling out of eclipse glasses

    Stores selling out of eclipse glasses

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    A total solar eclipse will pass over the continental United States on August 21, marking first time in a century that such an eclipse will be visible to a majority of the country. "There's no reason to panic if you don't have eclipse viewers themselves", he said. In just over a week the U.S. will experience its first total solar eclipse in almost 40 years.