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In an email, Dubke said the reasons for his departure were "personal", adding that "it has been my great honor to serve President Trump and this administration". Mr Dubke is the latest White House staffer to leave this administration as scrutiny intensifies over contacts Trump staffers may have had with Russian government officials during the campaign and transition period.
  • British Airways returns to normal schedule after IT crash

    British Airways returns to normal schedule after IT crash

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    In a statement on their website , British Airways said: "Our IT systems are now back up and running and we will be operating a full flight schedule at Heathrow and Gatwick on Tuesday 30 May". Mr Cruz apologised "profusely" for the hardship caused to customers and insisted a similar incident would never happen again. "BA can't get away with refunding passengers and hoping that's the end of the matter, they are obliged to provide compensation under Regulation 261/2004 and we're ...
  • A Robot Priest Called 'BlessU-2' Grants Automated Blessings In Germany

    A Robot Priest Called 'BlessU-2' Grants Automated Blessings In Germany

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    The robot priest asks people what type of blessings they are looking for, and when they enter their blessing on the touchscreen, the robot priest raises its arms and grants the requested blessing. The church notes that the idea of a machine offering electronic blessings won't be well received by all, but its hopes that the exhibition can challenge ideas around robots and how they might shape the religious experience moving forward.
  • State focuses on renewed Zika threat

    State focuses on renewed Zika threat

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    India has reported its first three cases of the Zika virus , including two pregnant women who delivered healthy babies. As the mosquito that transmits Zika virus, aedes aegypti , is widely prevalent in the city, the BMC's pesticide department has intensified its vector control programme.
  • Tobacco killing 7m a year, World Health Organization says

    Tobacco killing 7m a year, World Health Organization says

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    SMOKING and other tobacco use kills more than 7 million people each year, the World Health Organization said yesterday as it also warned of the dire environmental impact of tobacco production, distribution and waste. "Cigarette butts account for 30-40 per cent of all items collected in coastal and urban clean ups", the report said while highlighting the impact of the product.
  • Trump criticises Germany after Merkel questioned U.S. reliability

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has suggested there has been a disappointing shift in relations between Europe and the USA after the continent couldn't reach a climate change deal with Trump at the G7. But she also finessed her message slightly on Monday, stressing that she was a "convinced trans-Atlanticist". Earlier on Tuesday, Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel headed the biannual India-Germany Inter-Governmental Consultations following which 12 agreements across various sectors ...
  • India's limits on selling cattle could hurt industry, diets

    India's limits on selling cattle could hurt industry, diets

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    Eleven of India's 29 states are objecting, with at least one planning a challenge in court. The top elected officials of Kerala, Karnataka and West Bengal states have said they will not abide with the federal order and protest rallies have been held in these states.
  • India can retain Champions Trophy, says Sangakkara

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    India was without Yuvraj Singh and Rohit Sharma in this game. Bangladesh will face England in the first game on Thursday, while India begins their campaign on Sunday against Pakistan . Brief Scores: India 324/7 ( Dinesh Karthik 94 retd hrt, Hardik Pandya 80 not out, Shikhar Dhawan 60, Rubel Hossain 3/50) beat Bangladesh 84 (Mehedi Hasan Miraz 24, Bhuvneshwar Kumar 3/13, Umesh Yadav 3/16) by 240 runs .
  • Ariana Grande to return to Manchester for benefit concert

    Ariana Grande to return to Manchester for benefit concert

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    Libyan counter terror cops spokesman Ahmed bin Salem confirmed Abedi's mother had been summoned for questioning. But instead he travelled back to Manchester where he used an improvised bomb to target concert-goers at the Manchester Arena, killing at least 22 and injuring 60 people.
  • Norway demands return of funds from Palestinian Authority

    Norway demands return of funds from Palestinian Authority

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    Responding to questions on the naming of a community center after a murderous terrorist, Stéphane Dujarric, spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, stated on Sunday that the UN disassociated itself from the center once it had learned the "offensive" name chosen for it, and "will take measures to ensure that such incidents do not take place in the future".
  • Tags: Su-30 crash, pilot, shoe, found

    Tags: Su-30 crash, pilot, shoe, found

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    An IAF spokesperson Wing Commander Anupam Banerjee said "A ground search and rescue party has reached the crash site". Director General of Police Sandeep Goel told ANI that though the wreckage including black box was recovered on 26 may morning but the fate of the crew was still not known for which the forces deployed in West Kameng district were asked to double up their efforts.
  • Dodgers rough up Leake to knock off Cardinals

    Dodgers rough up Leake to knock off Cardinals

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    DeJong was waved home but he was thrown out by Bellinger. Los Angeles is within a half-game of the Colorado Rockies for the NL West lead, and they've powered nearer to the top of the standings behind Bellinger's early contributions. Leake entered the game with a 1.91 ERA but was hurt by the long ball in his seven-inning stint, giving up six runs and four hits in seven innings.