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  • How a single Trump sentence enraged South Korea

    How a single Trump sentence enraged South Korea

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    China is also opposed to the U.S. military's presence in South Korea, protesting the recent US and South Korea decision to begin deploying elements of the THAAD missile defense system. China has pledged to build an "indestructible combat force" in a major military reshuffle of 84 units at a time of huge global tension over North Korea.
  • Regentatlantic Capital LLC Sells 608 Shares of BP plc (BP)

    Regentatlantic Capital LLC Sells 608 Shares of BP plc (BP)

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    The oil and gas exploration company reported $0.13 EPS for the quarter, missing the Thomson Reuters' consensus estimate of $0.16 by $0.03. The stock has a 50-day moving average of GBX 461.02 and a 200 day moving average of GBX 473.11. Jefferies Group LLC reaffirmed a "hold" rating and issued a $37.50 target price on shares of BP plc in a research report on Wednesday, January 18th.
  • Labour MP: 'Election is not about changing Government'

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    May continues to be the favored choice for prime minister, with 54 percent of people preferring her to Labour's Jeremy Corbyn, who is backed by 15 percent of voters. One former Labour MP, Bob Marshall-Andrews announced plans to defect to the Liberal Democrats. "Vote for strong and stable leadership this country needs".
  • What we know about Champs-Elysees gunman as Paris home raided

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    Cheurfi, a French national who lived in the eastern Paris suburb of Chelles, had been convicted for previous armed assaults on law enforcement officers going back 16 years, the sources said, and was well known to authorities. President Francois Hollande has scheduled an emergency meeting following the latest attack, which comes just days before the country goes to the polls.
  • British MPs To Vote On Snap Election

    British MPs To Vote On Snap Election

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    May has repeatedly said since becoming PM in July that she would not hold an early election. A YouGov poll published in this week's Sunday Times saw its support reach 44%, giving the party a comfortable 21-point lead over Labour's 23% standing.
  • Death toll in Venezuela protests reaches 9

    Death toll in Venezuela protests reaches 9

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    Eight people were electrocuted to death during a looting incident in Caracas , a firefighter said on Friday, amid violent protests against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro by opponents accusing him of seeking to create a dictatorship. American auto giant, GM, announced Thursday it was closing its Venezuelan plant after it was confiscated by government authorities on Wednesday.
  • Sterling is continuing to rise after MPs voted for a general election

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    The latest in a line of polls taken after the snap general election announcement shows that the ruling Conservative party looks unbeatable right now. Tony Blair's centrist Labour Party, meanwhile, has been replaced by Jeremy Corbyn's quasi-Marxist leftists, who will campaign on an agenda of much higher taxes, much more spending and heavy skepticism not only toward the European Union but also toward North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, the United States and all remaining trade organizations, ...
  • Corbyn makes his pitch to be Prime Minister - it's Us vs Them

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    Mr Jones made his first appearance since the announcement of a poll for 8 June was called earlier this week. "In 2015, nearly exactly two years ago, I was given 200-1 as an outside chance", he said . However, there have been suggestions that another coalition could be formed to overturn the Tory government if no single party is able to get the majority .
  • Plan to carry out six executions in Arkansas thrown into doubt

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    Though Lee has maintained his innocence since the murder 24 years ago, his last efforts to stay his executions were met with denials from both Arkansas and federal courts. "McKesson was duped. into providing the drugs", lawyer John Tull argued. Circuit Judge Alice Gray has stopped the state's use of vecuronium bromide until she can determine the rightful owner.
  • Teacher accused of kidnapping student arrested in California

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    Siskiyou County is one of the northernmost counties that borders the state of Oregon. The married teacher took out a $4,500 loan and filled his auto with gas before vanishing with the 15-year-old. The pair's disappearance March 13 came after Cummins was investigated by the school system when another student reported seeing the married teacher kiss the girl at the Culleoka Unit School.
  • Pence to talk trade, security and koalas during Australian visit

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    The South China Sea, where China's territorial claims, land reclamation and construction have drawn criticism from its neighbors and the USA, is also likely to factor in talks between Pence and Turnbull. During his time in South Korea and Japan, Pence emphasised Trump's desire to "marshal the support of our allies in the region" in relation to pressuring North Korea into dismantling its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles program.