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President Donald Trump's policy moves, be it the Paris agreement or his earlier departure from the Asian regional economic trade bloc - the Trans Pacific Partnership - have raised questions about the road ahead both in Europe and Asia. In an apparent reference to China , he also opposed countries militarising artificial islands and enforcing excessive maritime claims unsupported by global law.
  • Kushner Had No Plans to Set Up Secret Communication With Russia

    Kushner Had No Plans to Set Up Secret Communication With Russia

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    In an interview with Australian television ABC News on Monday, McCain said he simply did not like Kushner's possible ties to Russian Federation. The news that Kushner tried to set up back channels with Russian Federation is just the latest allegation about possible ties between Trump's presidential campaign and Moscow.
  • Political violence: BJP slams CPM

    Political violence: BJP slams CPM

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    Laying the foundation stone for a new building for the party's State unit here on Sunday, Mr. Shah said the CPI (M)'s political violence can not stop "more lotuses blooming" in the State. The BJP chief also asked the party workers to take the achievements of the Narendra Modi government to the grassroot-level. Shah claimed that the Army's surgical strikes a year ago had given the country "an aura of a strong nation" and expressed confidence that the Jammu and Kashmir issue would be ...
  • Pentagon chief says North Korea's nuclear pursuits a 'danger'

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    China's claims in the South China Sea , through which about $5 trillion in ship-borne trade passes each year, are contested by Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam. - The U.S. will not accept China's militarisation of man-made islands in the South China Sea , Defence Secretary James Mattis has warned, BBC News reports.
  • Terror incident on London Bridge

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    It is the third terrorist attack in the UK this year, with the last attack in London in March when terrorsuspect Khalid Masood rammed a auto into pedestrians near the UK Parliament, killing five people, including a police officer on guard being stabbed before being shot dead.
  • Williamson, Taylor dominate Australia in opener

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    Even though skipper Steven Smith has indicated that the team is unlikely to feature all four pacemen, some reports claim that Australia could go thar route on faster and bouncier pitches. Smith was particularly displeased with the bowling effort of his pacers early on in the New Zealand innings. Kane Williamson of New Zealand bats during the ICC Champions Trophy match between Australia and New Zealand at Edgbaston.
  • President Trump pushes travel ban after London 'terrorist incidents'

    President Trump pushes travel ban after London 'terrorist incidents'

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    At least 20 people were taken to hospitals across London after the deadly incident which took place last night, leaving the whole nation in shock which still recovers from the Manchester Arena suicide bombing almost two weeks ago. The government's Cobra emergency committee will meet today, Downing Street said. "Prime Minister Theresa May called the attack, bad incident" which is being treated as a " potential act of terrorism ".
  • UEFA Champions League final Juventus vs Real Madrid match report

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    Ronaldo's effort was eclipsed seven minutes later by one of the all-time great final goals. He became the first coach to win back-to-back titles in the Champions League era. "In that sense we're motivated and excited about being the first team to win two Champions Leagues in a row". After plowing through the best of what Europe has to offer, only Real Madrid and Juventus are left standing.
  • Man who threw baby off bridge gets 70 years in prison

    Man who threw baby off bridge gets 70 years in prison

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    As Middletown police started to arrive at the scene, Tony Moreno attempted to follow through with his plan to commit suicide and plunged 100 feet into the Connecticut River. The man previously confessed that he deliberately threw the boy off the bridge. Emergency crews were able to quickly retrieve Tony because he called his mother, Denise Moreno, who reported his suicidal behavior.