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Mishra alleged that the party concealed around Rs 36 crore from the party workers and the government. Kapil Mishra responded to Sunita Kejirwal's tweet saying that she was unaware of her husband's actions and she was only anxious about her husband.
  • Xi, Moon agree denuclearising N.Korea 'common goal': Seoul

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    Trump has called on Beijing to do more to rein in North Korea, while China is angry over THAAD, which it be-lieves could pose a threat to its military. The Episcopal Conference wishes President Moon to act as a "servant of the people, so that in every citizen the sense of national unity is strengthened".
  • Upstate NY man charged in Penn State hazing death of Timothy Piazza

    Upstate NY man charged in Penn State hazing death of Timothy Piazza

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    After downing vodkas and beer, footage shows Piazza staggering to a couch at about 10.40pm, before heading towards a basement stairs at about 11pm. In a series of media interviews this week the attorney for the Piazza family was scathing in his criticism of the victim's fellow students, accusing them of "grotesque actions" that were "beyond human decency".
  • Merkel says she won't tell France what to do

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    Elysee secretary-general Alexis Kohler made the announcement on the steps of the presidential Elysee palace. Macron was keen to politely but firmly set himself apart from his one-time mentor, who leaves office as France's least popular president.
  • China says 68 countries, global organizations have signed OBOR pacts

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    Some of China's most reliable allies and partners attending the forum include Russian President Vladimir Putin, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev. America "has a lot to gain by participating in the Belt and Road", said an opinion piece in the People's Daily. It has no geographical boundaries.
  • Derek Jeter Yankees retire former captain's number 2 jersey

    Derek Jeter Yankees retire former captain's number 2 jersey

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    The number 2 will never again be worn in pinstripes. Derek Jeter held a microphone and spoke without notes to the crowd that filled sold-out Yankee Stadium. "He's probably the last guy - he's it". If you took a break from the internet for the last week or so, the Yankees officially retired Derek Jeter's number yesterday.
  • European Union condemns North Korea's test-launch of ballistic missile

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    Experts said Sunday's launch would have had a range of at least 4,000 km (2,500 miles) if fired at a standard trajectory. The general consensus among independent experts is that North Korea is slowly but surely working toward developing a longer-range Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), and this launch will help them learn how to build it because it involves similar technology.
  • Emmanuel Macron Takes Charge As France's New President

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    The 39-year-old former investment banker and economy minister was inaugurated on Sunday as the 25th President of France and also the youngest in the nation's history in a ceremony at the √Člysee Palace. But his year-old party faces a strong challenge from the losers of the presidential election, with the Republicans, Le Pen's National Front, the hard-left France Insoumise (France Unbowed) and centre-left Socialists all plotting revenge.
  • US accuses Syria of mass executions

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    Stuart Jones, the acting assistant secretary for Near Eastern Affairs, said US officials believe the crematorium would be used to dispose of bodies at a prison, where they believe Assad's government authorized the mass hangings of thousands of inmates during Syria's 6-year-old civil war.
  • Hebei China Fortune's Ezequiel Lavezzi apologises over weird photo

    Hebei China Fortune's Ezequiel Lavezzi apologises over weird photo

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    He has been accused of racism by critics and social media users in China and overseas. He wrote: "About the misunderstanding surrounding the gesture that appears in the photo, I would like to clarify the following". Argentina global Ezequiel Lavezzi has apologized to his Chinese fans over a photo leaked online in which he pulls back his eyes with his fingers in a gesture widely seen as offensive.
  • Interviews well underway for new Federal Bureau of Investigation director to replace Comey

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    The communications staff charged with explaining the decision to the American people had an hour's notice. But he wound up creating new headaches for the White House, including with an apparent threat to Comey. After Trump chose to fire Comey, he was told by aides that Democrats would likely react positively to the news, given the role many believe Comey played in Hillary Clinton's defeat a year ago.