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The controversy surrounds the recently added Street Fighter 5 version of the Thailand stage , made famous by Street Fighter 2 and widely regarded as one of the best examples of the Street Fighter series' early level design brilliance.
  • Trump backs off NAFTA withdrawal

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    Following news reports Wednesday that the Trump administration meant to begin the process of withdrawing from the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA , the White House said President Trump reassured the leaders of Canada and Mexico by phone that the USA had no immediate plans to do so.
  • Thai woman has no anger toward Facebook after girl's murder

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    Facebook removed the video on Tuesday afternoon after being contacted by the police and Thailand's Ministry of Digital Economy. "I am not angry at Facebook or blaming them on this", Chiranut Trairat, 21, told The Associated Press. "She was the cutest, with the biggest black eyes. When she was at home we would play together all the time", she said. According to the 22-year-old mother, she and Wongtalay often argued but said it was mostly about her ex-husband with whom she shares a son.
  • Arvind Kejriwal calls big Aam Aadmi Party meet after series of defeats

    Arvind Kejriwal calls big Aam Aadmi Party meet after series of defeats

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    In North Delhi, BJP leads on 75 of the total 103 seats. The crushing defeat has plunged the AAP into a crisis against the backdrop of the Opposition treating it as a "referendum" on the Kejriwal Government. Winning 181 out of 270 wards where elections were held, the saffron party added muscle to its decade-long domination of the corporations effortlessly bucking anti-incumbency by riding on the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
  • UK Conservatives hold big lead over Labour before June election

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    The party has released research it says shows that Labour-run councils have built on average about 900 more new homes between 2010 and 2016 than their Conservative counterparts. In Wales, a largely rural country that has always been a stronghold of her Labour opponents but which voted in favour of Brexit a year ago, May took aim at opposition parties to press her argument that only she can win a good deal with the European Union .
  • Anger as rail strike talks fail

    Anger as rail strike talks fail

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    A union spokesman said: "The only response the company has offered is to repeat the vague and non-committal mantra of 'within our discussions we have confirmed that the safety critical duties of the guard will remain on the train'". We held off from calling further strike action on Merseyrail to give these talks a chance, but our good faith has been thrown straight back in our faces and once more all they wanted to discuss was the terms of our surrender.
  • French Intelligence Blames Syrian Regime For 'Chemical Attack'

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    The sarin gas attack on Khan Sheikhoun in Syria's Idlib province killed more than 80 people, including dozens of children who died gasping for air. Assad denies his government has ever used chemical weapons and has also said Syria would only allow an "impartial" investigation into the poison gas incident.
  • British PM, Corbyn trade blows in final pre-election clash

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    But Starmer says his party will respect voters' choice to leave. "The Labour Party can not spend all its time trying to rub out yesterday", he said , arguing that Labour must "genuinely accept the result" of last year's referendum. Mr Davis also accused Labour of copying the Government's Brexit blueprint, given Theresa May has already said she will seek the greatest possible access to the single market and remain in the customs union.
  • 27 stress they are united heading into Brexit talks

    27 stress they are united heading into Brexit talks

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    Some 39% said they thought Brexit would leave Britain economically worse off; 28% said they thought Britain would be better off; while 18% said it would make no difference. British Prime Minister Theresa May dined with key EU Brexit negotiators in London on Wednesday, ahead of an EU summit on the matter. Entrepreneur Gina Miller answers a journalist's question as she launches the "Best for Britain " campaign for tactical voting with campaign director Eloise Todd, for the upcoming ...
  • S. Korea installs parts of contentious United States missile defense

    S. Korea installs parts of contentious United States missile defense

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    US military vehicle moves as South Korean police officers try to block residents and protesters who oppose a plan to deploy an advanced USA missile defense system called Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense , or THAAD, in. But they had differing opinions on how to approach Pyongyang. "I think the public is nervous, and they need to know that we have the military capability to prevail should a conflict come", Thornberry said ahead of the hearing.