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The JD (U) removed Sharad Yadav a couple of days ago, as its parliamentary party leader in the Rajya Sabha, when he continued his campaign against the Nitish Kumar's decision to forge an alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Talking to reporters, Yadav said that "composite culture" was the soul of the Constitution, which Yadav alleged was being "tinkered with". He cited the suicide of Hyderabad University scholar Rohith Vemula, the disappearance of JNU student Najeeb Ahmed, and ...
  • China is America's biggest creditor once again

    China is America's biggest creditor once again

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    Treasuries by the most in two years, once again became the United States' biggest creditor. Japan held $1.091 trillion in USA government debt in June, down from $1.111 trillion in May. China's drive to lend huge amounts of money to the United States government has not gone down well with many lawmakers and economists in the world's biggest economy who are afraid of Beijing's increasing leverage.
  • Two killed on Gaza-Egypt border

    Two killed on Gaza-Egypt border

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    One of the people wounded was reported in serious condition. A suicide bombing was carried out early Thursday morning near the Gazan side of the Rafah Border Crossing. Israel's Shin Bet security agency on Tuesday unveiled the discovery of a complex money-transferring scheme run by the Gaza-ruling Palestinian terror group Hamas.
  • Confederate monuments removed in Baltimore

    Confederate monuments removed in Baltimore

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    Its head gave way and flattened into its neck as soon as it hit the ground, a poetic coda to a rich symbolic victory. Soon after taking office, Stoney convened a commission to add context to the city's monuments, rather than tearing them down.
  • Trump signs executive action on trade with China

    Trump signs executive action on trade with China

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    Tensions between the United States and North Korea soared to new heights last week, following a series of Donald Trump comments in which he threatened to unleash " fire and fury " if Pyongyang continued to threaten the U.S. And what better accordion expert is there than "Weird Al" Yankovic, whom Oliver has hired to sing a message directly to North Korea! "We're not closer to war than a week ago but we are closer to war than we were a decade ago", Mr McMaster said, adding that the ...
  • Can Oil Sanctions Cripple North Korea's Army?

    Can Oil Sanctions Cripple North Korea's Army?

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    The pressure his administration has put on China appears to have paid off, as the sanctions placed on North Korea are quite severe and reading between the lines it is ultimately China who dictate the fate of NK. "We've got the intercept capability right now", he said, alluding to two batteries of shield missiles already installed and operational. During the meeting, Fang said that President Xi Jinping and Trump valued the friendly development of the two militaries and developed the ...
  • North Korea has backed down on attacking Guam, awaits action from US

    North Korea has backed down on attacking Guam, awaits action from US

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    Under Japan's alliance treaty with the United States, Washington has pledged to defend Japan. "There is no change in the threat level", Guam Homeland Security adviser George Charfauros said. Kim Jong-un was briefed by military chiefs on its plans to create "enveloping fire" by setting off rockets into the waters a few miles off the American military hub in the Pacific.
  • War of words between US, North Korea causes a stir

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    President Donald Trump says in a tweet that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "made a very wise and reasonable decision" amid indications his country has decided not to proceed with its multiple missile launch toward Guam. "The most important task at hand is for the US and North Korea to "hit the brakes" on their mutual needling of each other with words and actions, to lower the temperature of the tense situation and prevent the emergence of an 'August crisis, '" Wang was quoted as saying in ...