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However, KA Sengottaiyan had said earlier that OPS faction didn't raise any question on Dinakaran or Sasikala. Subsequently, Panneerselvam was shown the door by party top brass. Jayakumar said, "We discussed only two things. It is purely their internal matter". "There should not be any division in the party, that's why we have made a decision to go by OPS camp view to keep the Sasikala clan at bay, including Dhinakaran", Minister D Jayakumar told reporters.
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    The majority of those people who voted for Brexit live in Labour's heartlands. Tajani told reporters after his meeting with May that they were in agreement on the need for a resolution to the issue of United Kingdom and European Union citizens' rights after Brexit.
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    Most experts believe the regime is still at least several years from that goal, but the North does have conventional weapons with a proven range to put USA troops and allies in the region at risk. Tensions on the peninsula have ratcheted up in recent weeks amid sabre-rattling from both the U.S. and North Korea. "The US has also reaffirmed its willingness to stick to peaceful and diplomatic means.
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    The family says it plans to hold a private funeral. "Our family thank the community, extended family and friends for respecting our privacy and for all your love and support". The driver of the vehicle is now speaking with police. Kidney Health Australia recommends patients undergoing dialysis should not drive after treatment in the early stages, but may consider doing so as they become used to the treatment.
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    These would have entitled him to sell the 15,000 shares at a pre-determined price, which could have resulted in a profit of about £3.3 million. They traced the computer used to purchase the put options to the hotel the team were staying at and said he had booked a room there himself.
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    The state has been unable to procure additional supplies of midazolam as a result of pharmaceutical companies increasingly refusing to provide drugs to be used in executions. The state still hopes to put to death two more inmates Monday, and one next Thursday. Arkansas had scheduled eight executions over an 11-day period before the end of April, when its supply of one lethal injection drug expires.
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    China is appealing for calm, and possibly re-examining its role. Tillerson wasn't the only Trump-appointed U.S. official making remarks about North Korea on Wednesday. A foreign policy advisor on the Asia trip with Pence said that the missile launched by North Korea exploded just 4-5 seconds after it was launched.
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    The Syrian government has moved nearly all of its operational aircraft - both jets and helicopters - to a Russian airbase in Syria for protection from another possible round of US airstrikes, Fox News has confirmed. All officials spoke on condition of anonymity under military briefing rules. Damascus, along with its Russian and Iranian allies, has said that the April 4 casualties were caused when a conventional air strike on an al-Qaeda weapons depot nearby caused an explosion, releasing the ...
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    USA officials have been saying for weeks that North Korea could soon stage another nuclear bomb test, something both the United States and China have both warned against. The exercise is defensive in nature and not focused on the region near North Korea. United States battleships were moved into the waters near the Korean peninsula as a precaution.
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    On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal reported Exxon is seeking a greenlight from the USA government to bypass sanctions on Russian Federation and resume doing business with the country's state-owned oil giant Rosneft. The company received sanctions waivers under the Obama administration to carry on limited administrative actions. Citing people familiar with the matter , the Wall Street Journal reported that Exxon had been seeking United States permission to drill with Rosneft in ...
  • Pence Wanted North Korea To See 'Resolve In My Face'

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    USA officials have been saying for weeks that North Korea could soon stage another nuclear bomb test, something both the United States and China have both warned against. Such statements by the 15-member council have to be agreed by consensus. The latest draft statement dropped "through dialogue" and Russian Federation requested it be included again.