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That came after his presidential campaign in which he called the alliance obsolete and questioned whether the U.S. should come to the defense of other members. Other countries that reluctantly joined the agreement could now withdraw or soften their commitments to cutting planet-warming pollution. Most of the senators who signed are from states that depend on the continued burning of coal, oil and gas.
  • Afghan president condemns Kabul terror attack

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    The statement added that India was "ready to render any assistance to the government and the people of Afghanistan and all possible support to bring perpetrators of the attack to justice". The ministry did not have details on the possible target of the attack. The explosion took place at the peak of Kabul's rush hour when roads are packed with commuters.
  • Trump and Merkel 'get along very well': White House

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    The frustrations began in Brussels when Trump renewed his attack on Germany's trade surplus and auto exports in a private meeting with European Union officials. On Sunday, he tweeted that his first trip overseas was a "success". "Never before has there been so much uncertainty about the political course, and so many contradictions in the president's statements, four months after the inauguration of a new US president", Hardt told Reuters.
  • Trump is pulling USA out of Paris climate change deal, reports say

    Trump is pulling USA out of Paris climate change deal, reports say

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    On Wednesday, Fox News also cited unidentified sources confirming that Trump was set to pull out of the climate deal. The official insisted on anonymity in order to discuss the decision before the official announcement. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham criticized his GOP colleagues following the release of the letter, warning that pulling out of the Paris accord would amount to "a statement that climate change is not a problem, is not real".
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski dies at 89

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    The German-born Kissinger and Polish-born Brzezinski were considered foreign-policy realists with innate distrust of the Soviet Union. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1981 for his work in helping to normalise relations between China and the US.
  • North Korea War a 'High Possibility,' South Korea's New President Says

    North Korea War a 'High Possibility,' South Korea's New President Says

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    South Korean Unification Ministry spokesman Lee Duk-haeng told reporters the government's most basic stance is that communication lines between South and North Korea should reopen. He has shown a willingness to challenge the United States, saying that Seoul should reconsider its deployment of an advanced USA missile defense system to better cope with North Korean threats.
  • Chennai: Infosys employee found dead in office toilet

    Chennai: Infosys employee found dead in office toilet

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    His wife filed a complaint with the police on Tuesday and later in the evening his body was recovered from near the rest room. His body was naked at the time he was found lying dead in a restroom on the company's premises, reports The Hindu quoting Chengalpattu Taluk police.
  • UK PM May's election lead narrowing, 6th poll since Manchester attack shows

    UK PM May's election lead narrowing, 6th poll since Manchester attack shows

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    Seven polls carried out since the May 22 Manchester attack have shown May's lead over the Labour Party narrowing . But unless she handsomely beats the 12-seat majority her predecessor David Cameron won in 2015, her electoral gamble will have failed, and her authority could be undermined just as she enters formal Brexit negotiations.
  • House intel subpoenas Trump's personal attorney

    House intel subpoenas Trump's personal attorney

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    Among the payments was more than $33,000 Flynn received from RT, the Russian state-sponsored television network that USA intelligence officials have branded as a propaganda arm of the Kremlin. The FBI probe of contacts came the same month the intelligence community fingered Russian agents as orchestrating hacks into Democratic Party computers and providing stolen emails to WikiLeaks.
  • Kapil Mishra allegedly assaulted by AAP MLAs in Delhi assembly

    Kapil Mishra allegedly assaulted by AAP MLAs in Delhi assembly

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    The Speaker then observed that this was not in keeping with the dignity of the assembly and asked marshals to remove Mishra. However, suspended AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan said the party members didn't attack Mishra but was making him understand as he was misbehaving and disrespecting the assembly.