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Before the prime minister spoke, Canadian Governor General David Johnston pointed to the majestic Vimy monument, unveiled between world wars in 1937, and declared it a symbol of what the battle accomplished a century ago. "Their sacrifice must inspire us to do everything to avoid that senseless losses happen again", Charles said of the long-ago Canadians who lost their lives in France.
  • Stock Showing Surging Activity: Applied Materials, Inc. (AMAT)

    Stock Showing Surging Activity: Applied Materials, Inc. (AMAT)

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    Rosenbaum Jay D.'s holdings in Applied Materials were worth $864,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period. A number of other brokerages have also weighed in on AMAT. Comparatively, AMAT posted earnings of $0.41 per share in the same quarter, a year earlier. The firm had revenue of $3.28 billion for the quarter, compared to analyst estimates of $3.27 billion.
  • Irish woman's racist abuse caught on camera

    Irish woman's racist abuse caught on camera

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    She also informed that the ranting went on for nearly the whole train ride. "Don't give me your guff, you f**king cheeky p***k", the woman is heard saying. A series of videos recording an Irish woman's racist rant on a Limerick train is under investigation by the Gardaí. "If that turned into a fist fight, there would have been nobody there to help us".
  • Ivanka's brand prospers as politics mixes with business

    Ivanka's brand prospers as politics mixes with business

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    According to China's Trademark Office, Ivanka's brand already has 16 registered trademarks and 32 applications awaiting approval in China. And it got another provisional approval for a leather bag trademark on February 20. "For their own sake, and the country's, Ivanka and Jared should consider stepping away from China matters". While presidents are exempt from federal conflict of interest law, Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, another senior White House aide, are not.
  • Opposition to religious ownership of new maternity hospital mounts

    Opposition to religious ownership of new maternity hospital mounts

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    The Department of Health have said the nuns will be the "sole owner of the new hospital" and a spokesperson said that "autonomy of the national maternity hospital board will be underpinned by reserved powers". 'They still owe €3 million to the redress scheme for its survivors. The Health Minister stated the hospital would be independent and the religious charity would have no influence on decision making.
  • Bill O'Reilly loses job at Fox News following sexual harassment allegations

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    Except, now, there is one major difference - Trump still has a job, while O'Reilly doesn't. He had initially planned to return to his The O'Reilly Factor show on April 24, but as outrage mounted and new allegations of inappropriate behaviour surfaced, it became clear the company could no longer afford to back the star who helped bring Fox News to prominence almost 20 years ago.
  • Iran nuclear deal a failure, says US

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    According to The Associated Press , the administration admits the agreement is working as planned and they have "extended the sanctions relief given to the Islamic republic in exchange for curbs on its atomic program". The historic deal was struck between Iran and six other world powers - the United States, Britain, France , China, Russia and Germany, with help from the European Union - during the Obama administration, however, it did not address Iran's support of terrorist organisations or ...
  • France's far-left Melenchon holds canal rally

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    French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron and far-right rival Marine Le Pen hope to rally big crowds in Paris with their rival visions for Europe's future. Rounding up support for her anti-EU and anti-globalist cause less than a week before the French head to the polls, Le Pen described the choice the people face as the one " between a France that is rising again and a France that is sinking ".
  • Brexit talks to start after United Kingdom vote in June

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    British voters will be heading to polling stations for the third time since 2015, after lawmakers overwhelmingly backed Prime Minister Theresa May's call for a snap election on June 8. According to the crowdfunding page, the campaign also aims to make the Brexit deal process transparent, while ensuring the next government has no mandate to destroy the rights and relationship with Europe.
  • Executive Order Triggers H-1B Jitters in Silicon Valley

    Executive Order Triggers H-1B Jitters in Silicon Valley

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    Ironically enough, the man who has continuously railed against other companies for taking jobs away from USA citizens has had many of his own products made overseas. But again, this just means there's going to be an evaluation process, not necessarily major changes for now. "He's going to fix this for the hard-working men and women", the 39-year-old father of five said".
  • UK Parliament approves Prime Minister's early election call

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    But Mr Corbyn told MPs Mrs May could not be trusted, after u-turning on her promise not to call an early election and accused her of running scared of TV debates during the campaign. She said that "Brexit isn't just about the letter that says we want to leave". Tim Bale, professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London, said that even for a cautious politician like May, the temptation of an early election was irresistible.
  • On what we know about North Korea

    On what we know about North Korea

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    Pence on Monday had traveled to the tense zone dividing North and South Korea, where he warned North Korea's leaders that after years of testing the us and South Korea with its nuclear ambitions, " the era of strategic patience is over ". Also, there was the view that despite North Korea's continued provocations, both the USA and South Korea were unlikely to respond ferociously or launch any pre-emptive strike against the rogue state, as they would fear that such a move might risk a direct ...