• The cyclone storm which struck Australia

    The cyclone storm which struck Australia

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    No deaths were reported a day after Debbie smashed tourist resorts, flattened canefields and shut down coal mines in tropical Queensland state as a category four storm, one rung below the most risky wind speed level. More than 45,000 properties had power outages, according to Ergon Energy. Ms Palaszczuk said the impact of the cyclone would be felt for the next three to five days as it travelled down the coast.
  • Putin: Trust between Russian Federation and United States is worse under Trump

    Putin: Trust between Russian Federation and United States is worse under Trump

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    In Italy, diplomats spoke of possible new sanctions on Syria's and Russia's militaries, and additional US military action if Assad's forces continue attacking civilians. Asked about Putin possibly skipping a meeting with Tillerson, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said, "There is a bit of irony that for all of these talks that have been perpetuated about back channels and direct links, that now it's they won't meet with you".
  • Frontrunners Le Pen, Macron on offensive as French presidency race tightens

    Frontrunners Le Pen, Macron on offensive as French presidency race tightens

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    In May, Macron was seen winning the presidency with 62 percent to Le Pen's 38 percent, indicating a decrease in the margin from 65 percent to 35 percent two weeks ago. He said "I am entitled to the presumption of innocence". "The FN claims to be anti-system but protects itself thanks to the system's laws on parliamentary immunity", he went on - a swipe at Ms Le Pen's refusal to answer a judge's summons.
  • Putin says protesters in unauthorised rallies 'must be punished'

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    Thousands of people took part in anti-corruption rallies across Russia on Sunday and dozens of them were arrested or fined.The United States and the European Union called on the Russian authorities to free detainees. elections going back to 2008. Putin went on to deliver a message to the American people. The Russian leader, 64, said such unsanctioned protests risk plunging the country into violent unrest as happened in Arab countries in 2011 and in Ukraine at the turn of 2013-2014.
  • Manufacturing pulls down factory output, IIP dips 1.2% in Feb

    Manufacturing pulls down factory output, IIP dips 1.2% in Feb

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    Mining production growth grew 3.3 percent during February, compared to January's 5.3 percent jump and 5.1 percent growth in February a year ago. The cumulative growth for the period April-February 2016-17 over the corresponding period of the previous year stands at 0.4 percent.
  • Sharknado in Australia? Shark found in road after cyclone

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    Evacuation orders are mandatory", New South Wales State Emergency Service said on Twitter on Thursday. Rising floods plagued large parts of eastern Australia Sunday as emergency workers battled to restore water and electricity in cyclone-hit areas, with the recovery efforts expected to last several months.
  • Russian Federation accused of complicity in Syria war crime

    Russian Federation accused of complicity in Syria war crime

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    Until Trump ordered US missile strikes in response to the nerve gas attack that killed more than 80, the president had focused on defeating the Islamic State group and had shown no appetite for challenging Assad - and, by extension, his Russian supporter President Vladimir Putin.
  • China warns India after Dalai Lama visits Arunachal Pradesh

    China warns India after Dalai Lama visits Arunachal Pradesh

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    Hua also said that Tibet bearing on China's core interests and India's deliberate arrangement for Dalai Lama's visit is a serious damage to ties between both the countries. The 2009-trip, his sixth, was between November 8-15 and he had commenced the visit from Tawang and was there for four days, according to the website.
  • North Korea warns of nuclear strike if provoked

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    Pacific Command said in a statement . Though the details of the April 15 anniversary - known as the "Day of the Sun" - have not been officially confirmed, Pyongyang residents have been out every day diligently practicing in the city's squares and parks for their role in the expected mass event.