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Trump said . It lasted for nearly a full minute. "To be revealing too much before you know what you can achieve and when you can achieve it.is probably the best way to undermine your ability to get anything done soon", he said. "I am pretty confident that gradually the world will recognize Jerusalem as its capital", and that "it's unnatural that it has not happened yet". Still, White House officials had downplayed the prospects for a breakthrough on this trip, saying it was important to ...
  • David Glomp: Show your local police that you care about them!

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    And the President said that these men and women are "the Thin Blue Line between civilization and chaos". President Trump told law enforcement families in Washington, "Enough is enough". The president also spoke directly to children of fallen law enforcement officials, throwing a hat to Micah Glasser the six year old son of slain Phoenix police officer David Glasser.
  • CBSE to consult HRD ministry over HC order on moderation

    CBSE to consult HRD ministry over HC order on moderation

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    The court sought a response from the CBSE by Tuesday on the issue. While other states like Chhattisgarh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh had chose to implement the rule next year onwards, CBSE had made a decision to bring in the rule with immediate effect, which will hamper the students seeking admission in various universities this year.
  • Missile ready for mass production

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    He told reporters on Monday that France hopes the council will move ahead on a strong resolution that demands better implementation of existing sanctions and tougher new sanctions against North Korea . Simply put, the US's military drills are legal and North Korea's nuclear testing is not. China says North Korea should stop its pursuit of nuclear missiles and the U.S.
  • India uncertain if Pak considering mother's appeal against Jadhav execution

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    He was arrested previous year and sentenced to death by Pakistan's military court of espionage and sabotage activities against Pakistan. Judicial experts say the hearings and final decision could take more many months if not years. "We are grateful to Mr. Harish Salve for presenting India's case so effectively before ICJ". Expressing similar views, another Congress leader Anand Sharma said, "Pakistan has no legs to stand upon".
  • Meghan Markle makes Pippa Middleton's wedding reception

    Meghan Markle makes Pippa Middleton's wedding reception

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    Countess Philippa Hoyos, Lily French, Avia Horner and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge were the bridesmaid, while Casimir Tatos, Edward Sebire, William Ward and Prince George were the pageboys. You could also see Kate asking the kids to keep their volume down as they entered the church. Kate and William's children, three-year-old Prince George and two-year-old Princess Charlotte played a key part in the wedding as a page boy and bridesmaid, leading their aunt and uncle out of the ...
  • Win by French moderate Macron spurs rally in Asian markets

    Win by French moderate Macron spurs rally in Asian markets

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    Macron was quick to recognise the National Front as the main opposing force by offering them an olive branch. The National Front in France was regrouping after the presidential race. During the election, Macron's camp accused Russian Federation of trying to influence the French election by spreading "fake news" through state-controlled media.
  • ICJ didn't order consular access to Jadhav: Sartaj Aziz

    ICJ didn't order consular access to Jadhav: Sartaj Aziz

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    But at this stage, if Pakistan decides to transfer Jadhav's case to a civilian court that itself would be a victory. Fatemi was dismissed for his alleged role in leaking details of a high-level meeting during which the civilian leadership reportedly confronted the army over their alleged reluctance to combat militancy in Pakistan, PTI reported.
  • United States believes North Korea launched KN-17 missile

    United States believes North Korea launched KN-17 missile

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    The envoys will meet with high-ranking officials to explain the new South Korean government's policy plans and exchange opinions on how to develop bilateral relations, the presidential Blue House office said. "This is a very uncomfortable development for the United States", said Lee Illwoo, a Seoul-based commentator on military issues. The Security Council members expressed their "utmost concern" over the DPRK's "highly destabilising behavior and flagrant and provocative defiance of the ...