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Brown's remarks were in response to a statement early Wednesday by UC Berkeley Vice Chancellor Scott Biddy and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Stephen Sutton, who told the organizers in an email that "given now active security threats, it is not possible to assure that the event could be held successfully".
  • Champions Saracens outclass Munster to reach European final

    Champions Saracens outclass Munster to reach European final

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    In the back line, Owen Farrell returns along with scrum-half Richard Wigglesworth to continue their half-back partnership, with captain Brad Barritt returning at centre and Chris Ashton restored on the wing. "Their kicking game is outstanding, they've got more unsafe runners than people give them credit for and the spine of their team is outstanding and when teams have a spine like that you've got to respect them".
  • Looting, shootings leave 13 dead in one day in Venezuela

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    In the capital, Caracas , anti-government protesters and police exchanged tear gas, rocks and Molotov cocktails. Two people were shot dead as thousands of desperate Venezuelans took part in protests against President Nicolas Maduro over allegations that he was pilfering off the nation's wealth - as the country's own people resort to eating garbage or stray animals.
  • Many Buried, Feared Dead, In Garbage Landslide in Sri Lanka

    Many Buried, Feared Dead, In Garbage Landslide in Sri Lanka

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    The area is being sectioned in to three zones, and troops were able to rescue people and recover 19 bodies. RMS Bandara, a top building research official, explained the incidents leading to the mishap. Twelve people who were injured in the disaster remained in the hospital. But the tragedy struck before we could put them into action. "This is a government-made disaster", he told the Associated Press news agency.
  • Paris shooter had note defending ISIS

    Paris shooter had note defending ISIS

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    A French Interior Ministry spokesperson said he was an "individual known by the judiciary and police services - a risky individual". He was convicted in 2003 of attempted homicide in shootings on two police officers. "Other policemen engaged and shot and killed the attacker", he added. French President, Francois Hollande, did not identify the slain suspect. Two days later he seriously injured an officer who was taking him out of his cell, seizing his weapon and firing several times.
  • US President Trump Signs "Buy American, Hire American" Order

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    For him, it's more of a "do as I say , not as I do". State experts who have reviewed the order say it's messaging more than impact and doesn't change anything immediately. And while he has long pledged to support American goods and workers, his own business record is mixed. The order also targets NAFTA. Trump is keeping a campaign promise, and, after a week of flip-flops on the Export-Import Bank and China's alleged currency manipulation, sending a message to his working class ...
  • Taking a Fresh Look at Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (ETP)

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    On Tuesday, August 11 the stock rating was upgraded by Stifel Nicolaus to "Hold". RBC Capital Markets upgraded the shares of CI in report on Friday, February 10 to "Outperform" rating. Commonwealth Bancorp Of reported 0% stake. Investors sentiment decreased to 0.83 in 2016 Q4. Its up 0.10, from 0.76 in 2016Q3. 05/04/2015 - Midcoast Energy Partners, L.P.
  • Ivanka Trump Is Making Out Like a Bandit Under the Trump Administration

    Ivanka Trump Is Making Out Like a Bandit Under the Trump Administration

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    Ivanka Trump is viewed with fascination among young, aspiring people in China, a country where there are many second-generation rich. But criminal conflict of interest law prohibits United States federal officials, like Ms Trump and her husband, from participating in government matters that could impact their own financial interest or that of their spouse.
  • Ontario to tax foreign buyers, expand rent control to cool housing market

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    Toronto's runaway real estate market could take a breather due to Ontario's new housing measures, but much like what transpired in Vancouver, the impact of the changes is expected to be short-lived, experts say. The Vancouver foreign-buyer tax "had a noticeable moderating effect on prices", said Robert Hogue, economist at Royal Bank of Canada. An average house in the Greater Toronto Area is more than $1 million; countrywide, it's more than $500,000.
  • Borussia Dortmund Bus Bomber Suspected of Stock Market Scheme

    Borussia Dortmund Bus Bomber Suspected of Stock Market Scheme

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    Dortmund player Marc Bartra was slightly injured in the attack; the match between Borussia Dortmund and Monaco was rescheduled. The attack against the Borussia Dortmund team bus, which was filled with some of the country's biggest sports stars, shortly after it left its hotel en route to the stadium only exacerbated that angst.
  • Kim Jong-un oversees display of N Korea military force

    Kim Jong-un oversees display of N Korea military force

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    The parade also featured North Korea's new solid-fuel missiles, which can be fired from land or under the sea. The attempted launch came one day after North Korea showed off new missiles at a two-hour military parade on the 105th birthday of the country's founder, Kim Il Sung, the grandfather of North Korea's present leader.