• North Korea vows to respond to United States aggression with 'nuclear attack'

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    United States aircraft carrier Carl Vinson, surrounded by a fleet of USA warships, was sent toward the Korean Peninsula in advance of this weekend's festivities in Pyongyang. " We will respond to an all-out war with an all-out war and a nuclear war with our style of a nuclear attack ", Choe said. Following the huge bomb dropped by the United States in Afghanistan, China's Global Times - the Communist Party's official newspaper - said North Korea must have felt the shockwaves.
  • EU Roaming Charges Will End On 15 June

    EU Roaming Charges Will End On 15 June

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    One of the most inconvenient things about heading on holiday has to be the roaming charges, so we're happy to say that they will soon be a thing of the past. The ruling will apply to the United Kingdom as well as to the other 27 countries in the European Union: the United Kingdom has given formal notice of its intention to leave, but will remain a member until approximately March 2019.
  • Pence Stares Down North Korean Troops

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    Military officials believe shooting down North Korean test missiles would accomplish two things - hindering Pyongyang's ability to develop long-range missiles capable of reaching the United States, and sending a clear message that its saber-rattling will not be tolerated by President Donald Trump's administration.
  • Texas Senate Higher Education Committee passes 8 bills

    Texas Senate Higher Education Committee passes 8 bills

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    Other states are likewise looking to encourage self-driving testing and operation, and in December Michigan lawmakers passed some of the most permissive laws around operation of autonomous vehicles, setting up a framework for not just testing but eventual vehicle sales, too.
  • Donald Trump Didn't Mention Tom Brady Once In Patriots White House Speech

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    LeGarrette Blount , Chris Long , Alan Branch, Dont'a Hightower , Martellus Bennett and Devin McCourty all previously said they would not go to the ceremony. The White House celebrations were overshadowed by the suicide of the Patriots former star Aaron Hernandez , who hanged himself on Wednesday in a prison cell where he was serving a life sentence for murder, prison officials said.
  • The ball didn't want to go in against Juventus, says Luis Enrique

    The ball didn't want to go in against Juventus, says Luis Enrique

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    After holding Barcelona to a scoreless draw at the Camp Nou to book their place in the Champions League semi-final, Richie Sadlier praised the shift put in by Juventus in nullifying their hosts. It's very important for French clubs and for France", said Falcao. "We are not in our best moment, but we can win". Football fans naturally found Alves not being on the pitch for kick-off very amusing, even if they were asking themselves what on earth he was doing.
  • United States defence boss addresses fleet confusion

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    The United States ratcheted up its rhetoric ahead of North Korea's military parade and failed missile launch over the weekend. The Trump administration cited the deployment of the naval strike force, which includes the carrier and four warships, as a clear warning to North Korea, which was said to be planning a nuclear test last weekend in conjunction with a national holiday.
  • Explosion at north London property leaves man with serious burns

    Explosion at north London property leaves man with serious burns

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    Police, fire and ambulance services attended an address in Stapleton Hall Road, near Finsbury Park, north-east London, following a "localised explosion" at around midday on Wednesday. "He's lived in that house his whole life". The property has been evacuated as a precaution, but no other properties have been affected. One person had managed to get out the house before the Brigade arrived.
  • Venezuelan anti-government rallies turn violent, two dead

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    That may be the case once more Wednesday, as the government has called on its supporters to pour into the streets in Maduro's defense. Clashes between protesters, police and government supporters started early. Opposition marchers included Liliana Machuca, who earns about $20 a month holding two jobs teaching literature. "The aim of these protests is to generate a definitive change of government and institutions", protester Eduard Grosse told Al Jazeera.
  • U.S. again puts faith in China to rein in North Korea

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    Speaking aboard the USS Ronald Reagan at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan Wednesday, Pence reiterated the United States and its allies were prepared to respond to potential North Korean attack with "overwhelming" force. "But this does not mean that other countries can violate worldwide law and use military force contrary to the UN Charter". "The Trump administration has made the decision and has taken steps to formally withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership".
  • Malcolm Turnbull to abolish 457 immigration work visas

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    If migrant workers are given the jobs, lawmakers fear that Australians are losing out to foreigners in the Australian job market. The abolishment of this visa program will have an impact on the Indian community as it is used by majority of Indians working in Australia.