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A Belgian university has apologised after female students were told to wear low-cut outfits to their graduation ceremony. But mandatory or not, the suggestion caused an outcry on social media. According to Marco Schetgen, the medical faculty dean, it was a woman wrote the email, since no employees at the secretariat were men. The email said that it apologized on the behalf of the medical faculty and to all students who received the email.
  • Angela Merkel claims Brexit talks will be about STRENGTHENING Europe

    Angela Merkel claims Brexit talks will be about STRENGTHENING Europe

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    Earlier this week she hit out at Britain and the United States saying they are no longer reliable partners and Europe had to "take its fate into its own hands". In one February poll , 78 percent of Germans said they were " very concerned " about Trump's policies. Mr Trump is said to be considering withdrawing the United States from the landmark climate deal, which his predecessor Barack Obama hammered out after protracted talks over years.
  • Saudi, UAE pledge United States dollars 100 millions to Ivanka Trump womens' fund

    Saudi, UAE pledge United States dollars 100 millions to Ivanka Trump womens' fund

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    On May 21, world leaders, including Saudi King Salman and Egyptian President Abdul Fatah Sisi joined Trump in the inauguration of the Global Center for Combating Extremism headquartered in Riyadh . US President Donald Trump had a brief encounter with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday and said he was pleased to meet him. During a meeting with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin in Jerusalem, Trump said that even challenges like Iran's nuclear ambitions can be an "opportunity" ...
  • House Russia investigators subpoena Flynn, Cohen

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    The subpoenas were announced as the special counsel overseeing the government's investigation into possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation has approved former FBI Director James Comey to testify before the Senate intelligence committee, according to a Comey associate.
  • Death toll in Sri Lanka mudslides, floods exceeds 200

    Death toll in Sri Lanka mudslides, floods exceeds 200

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    In the current situation as well, Pakistan Navy and people of Pakistan will leave no stone unturned to extend help to the people and Government of Sri Lanka in this hour of disaster. On the directive of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, PNS Zulfiquar reached Sri Lanka on Tuesday to provide all kinds of rescue, relief and other required assistance to the brotherly people of Sri Lanka.
  • Ex-Trump campaign manager open to returning

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    It was never expected to be an easy re-entry for the President. Four possible successors to Dubke contacted by the White House declined to be considered, according to an associate of Trump who, like others, asked not to be identified discussing internal matters.
  • German court denies mother access to dead daughter's FB data

    German court denies mother access to dead daughter's FB data

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    According to the German newspaper Spiegel , the mother had possession of login data for her daughter until one of her daughter's friends notified Facebook of her death. "It's always against Facebook's policies to log into another person's account". Since the Berlin woman died in 2012, Facebook has made some changes to its "in memoriam" feature, which allows friends post public tributes and farewell messages.
  • Huge Kabul blast shows failure to counter terror, Iran regrets

    Huge Kabul blast shows failure to counter terror, Iran regrets

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    Afghanistan's private Tolo Television also reported a staffer killed, and Germany said an Afghan security guard outside its embassy was among those who died. Najib Danish, an interior ministry spokesperson, said initial findings showed it had been a truck bomb. The massive attack occurred as the Trump administration is considering thousands more troops to bolster the war against the Taliban and other militant groups, including the Islamic State.
  • Refugees face 'acute crisis' in cyclone-hit Bangladesh

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    In Chittagong district, about 150,000 people were evacuated . The border area that bore the brunt of the storm is home to refugee camps for Muslim Rohingyas who have fled from their homes in northwest Myanmar to escape communal violence and Myanmar army crackdowns.
  • Britain's May could lose majority in June 8 election, projection shows

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    May and her team have been promoting the idea that Jeremy Corbyn is closer to becoming prime minister than other polls suggest he is, and this reminder of how "close" the election is may well help her narrative. The Times said the YouGov data suggests the Tories could lose up to 20 of the 330 seats they held in the last parliament, with Labour gaining almost 30 seats.