• India fail to name squad in cash row

    India fail to name squad in cash row

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    Its second defeat came when the house voted for a revised ICC constitution, and this time the BCCI lost 2-12. "Hence the ICC model went through". There is a reason behind the ICC's stance of preventing the Big Three - Australia , England and India - from enjoying a major share from the old revenue model.
  • Judge rules Trump's order on sanctuary city funding unconstitutional

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    Trump had issued an executive order on January 25 allowing the attorney general to withhold federal grants from sanctuary cities. "These sanctuary jurisdictions" have laws, ordinances, regulations, resolutions, policies, or other practices that obstruct immigration enforcement and shield criminals from ICE.
  • Trump Agrees to Renegotiate NAFTA with Canada, Mexico Leaders

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    Trump campaigned for president on promises to abandon or renegotiate NAFTA, a deal he claims is a "disaster" that has resulted in millions of United States industrial jobs lost mostly to Mexico. The debate played out in the media Wednesday as some outlets quoted officials insisting the signing was imminent, while other officials dismissed the reports as "just a rumor".
  • Trump summons entire US Senate to White House over North Korea

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    But he pointed to a recent military parade in North Korea to highlight the need to tighten the economic vise on the secretive Stalinist regime in Pyongyang. A USA aircraft carrier and nuclear submarine are now stationed off of North Korea's coast. Trump said the Security Council must be prepared to impose additional and stronger sanctions on North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
  • Observers: At least 126 dead in Syrian evacuee convoy bombing

    Observers: At least 126 dead in Syrian evacuee convoy bombing

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    The bombing took place as thousands of evacuees from Fuaa and Kafraya waited to continue their journey to regime-controlled Aleppo, the coastal province of Latakia, or Damascus . "United Nations relief coordinator Stephen O'Brien said he was "horrified"' by the deadly bombing, and that while the United Nations was not involved in the transfer it was ready to "'scale up our support to evacuees".
  • Happy 4/20: Support For Weed Legalization Reaches All-Time High

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    Opponents of federal marijuana rules and the plant's Schedule I listing on the Controlled Substance List could potentially see rules change-that is, if a group of lawmakers in the so-called Cannabis Caucus can convince the Senate and House to approve a package of bills introduced in March, including one that would make marijuana legal on a federal level, subject to regulation similar to US alcohol laws.
  • Marine Le Pen Stands Down as Front National Leader

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    US stocks rallied on Monday, tracking a relief rally that swept through Asian and European markets, after centrist candidate and market favorite Emmanuel Macron won the first round of the French presidential election. Macron's victory dinner celebrations at Paris's upscale Rotonde restaurant amounted to "bling-bling biz", he said. "This alleviates fears that we were going to have to navigate a French exit of the European Union", said Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist at Wells ...
  • Germany: Turkey must answer reports of election fraud

    Germany: Turkey must answer reports of election fraud

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    Taking a hardline, Merkel also said that UK's financial commitments to the European Union were non-negotiable, stating that these commitments would mean the UK Government would be paying into the European Union for the next two years. European Union officials estimate that Britain faces a bill of $65 billion because of European Union budget rules. Merkel said she would also use a summit with fellow European Union leaders in Brussels on Saturday to discuss "which measures would be ...
  • French presidential candidates plan final rallies

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    Far-right leader Marine Le Pen today sought to mobilise her supporters six days ahead of France's most unpredictable presidential election in decades by pledging to suspend all immigration and shield voters from "savage globalisation". The far-right National Front's Marine Le Pen faced a smaller gathering in an auditorium in Paris on Monday and will be on an evening television news show on Tuesday.