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At a press meet here, he also demanded Delhi Chief Minister and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal's resignation. If you don't resign by today (Sunday) evening, I will drag you from your office to Tihar Jail. Mishra had made headlines last week after he alleged that Delhi minister Satyendra Jain gave Kejriwal Rs 2 crores in his presence. Senior leader Sanjay Singh said that Mishra was simply "parroting" the BJP's allegations and called it a "ploy" against the AAP.
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    Trump added, "Here I am, standing before you as president of the United States", he said . Because in America, we don't worship government, we worship God. When it comes to core values and moral virtues, Trump incited the Christian students to never make compromises and stoop to the standards set by the government - indicating that God's precepts for their lives should never be substituted for those pushed by wayward elected officials.
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    The Thai Internet Service Provider Association told the Post that it could disconnect Facebook's server if it fails to meet a deadline of 10am Tuesday (1pm AEDT) to remove the posts and links. The military-run administration briefly cut access to Facebook after it launched a coup d'état on 22 May 22, 2014. Thailand's telecoms regulator has taken a tough stance against perceived criticism of the monarchy since Thailand's revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej died in October.
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    Mary Fallin said in a statement to The Associated Press . The Oklahoma Senate has passed a budget bill that they estimate would generate $510 million dollars in revenue to the state. Inman has said increasing the tax rate would make the energy industry "part of a shared solution" that would also increase taxes paid by middle-income workers.
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    Jonah Goldberg offered a different take on the issue in his National Review essay " Why the Trump White House Is So Leaky ". "I think, in many ways, our institutions are under assault, both externally - and that's the big news here, is the Russian interference in our election system", Clapper said "I think as well our institutions are under assault internally".
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    Tillerson said in a statement. The New York Times and other media followed up, also citing anonymous sources. Tillerson said Trump discussed a range of subjects, including "common efforts and threats regarding counter-terrorism". Most alarmingly, officials said, Trump revealed the city in the Islamic State's territory where the USA intelligence partner detected the threat. Bob Corker of Tennessee said that the White House must reverse its "downward spiral".
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    The USS Carl Vinson, an aircraft carrier, is also engaging with South Korean navy ships in waters off the Korean Peninsula, according to Seoul's Defense Ministry. After three failures, it was the first successful test of an intermediate-range missile capable of reaching the island of Guam, where the US has a major bomber base.
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    US President Donald Trump disclosed highly classified information to Russia's foreign minister about a planned Islamic State operation during their meeting last week, two US officials with knowledge of the situation said on Monday. The president has broad authority to declassify information so it's not likely he broke the law, according to the Post , even though he shared it with a USA adversary.
  • Veteran journalist Javier Valdez killed in Mexico's Sinaloa

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    Valdez Cardenas is the fifth Mexican journalist killed since March 2, following other murders in the states of Guerrero, Veracruz, Chihuahua and Baja California Sur. He compiled much of his reporting into several books, the most recent of which, Narcoperiodismo , was published late previous year. He was known for his smile and white Panama hat.
  • Australia considers laptop ban on commercial flights

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    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has indicated they may follow the lead of the United States and ban passengers from bringing laptop computers into the cabin on certain worldwide flights. The UK then signed off on the ban. But the security and safety issues of bundling the devices in the cargo hold of aircraft is also being weighed up.
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    Comey hasn't ruled out testifying, but the Tuesday appearance won't happen. Reporters also peppered Spicer with questions about whether Trump was recording in the Oval Office and Spicer responded that he had nothing further to say. During the transition, Mr Trump's advisers floated the idea of moving the media from the White House to the nearby Executive Office Building to accommodate media interest.