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Sebastian Vettel Had A Bizarre Crash After The Malaysian GP Finished

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The problems have since been offset by the brilliant driving of Hamilton, who has managed to extract the most out of the vehicle and find extra pace in qualifying following tough practice sessions. Hamilton rarely gets beaten for pace, especially when starting from pole position . "Seb came so quickly towards the end, I felt that I was going to have his hands full, spoke of the Australian". Read More »

Tax reform is an opportunity USA can't afford to miss

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The stakes are high, after Republicans a day earlier scrapped their latest effort to repeal and replace ObamaCare. "The predominantly regional and resource-based (rather than partisan) nature of US energy policy seems likely to make reforming energy tax provisions even harder still", the analysts said . Read More »

N Korea negotiations a waste of time

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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has confirmed that Washington is in direct contact with Pyongyang in an effort to cool the nuclear showdown between the two countries. "We are probing, so stay tuned", he told reporters. "They're a little overheated right now". Kim responded by calling Trump a "mentally deranged dotard". Read More »

Sanders: Trump attacking San Juan mayor is 'unspeakable'

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In a perhaps-unconscious echo of George W. Bush's 2005 "heckuva job" appraisal of his own administration's response to Hurricane Katrina, on Saturday Donald Trump took to Twitter to laud his government's "amazing job" after Hurricane Maria and continued to jeer Puerto Ricans who have called for more efficient federal relief from the damage caused by the most powerful storm to strike the territory in almost 90 years. Read More »

PM Pays Tribute To Mahatma Gandhi, Will Address Nation: 10 Facts

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Governor through his PRO also expressed hope that "it will stir up people's conscience towards universal peace, global unity, true compassion and swachhta (Cleanliness)". Further, Governor urged everyone to remember Gandhiji's ideals by pledging to work for "Swachh Bharat" in order to create a new India. However, at times when we are everyday splashed with news reports of violence from various parts of the country and the world his teachings attain supreme significance. Read More »

BJP launches poll campaigning in Gujarat from native place of Sardar Patel

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Rahul Gandhi had talked ill about the current government in Gujarat and had said that the Gujarat Model has failed. Desai was a deputy prime minister under Indira Gandhi before falling out with her. Through the campaign 'Development Gone Crazy, ' the BJP's rival, mainly Congress party, has sought to highlight the state's abysmal performance on development front. Read More »

Thousands evacuated each day from Vanuatu volcano

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Vanuatu ministers met on Thursday and decided they could not risk people's lives and ordered the compulsory evacuation of Ambae island, which is home to about 11,000 people. "We've prepared for cyclones by putting evacuation centres on the island but we are not ready for a volcanic eruption", Bule said. "I think there are some people that either don't understand, or don't believe, or are just stubborn and don't want to go". Read More »

Court defers indictment of Nawaz Sharif, issues NBWs for children

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On Saturday the former prime minister's daughter tweeted: "What was the "ilzam" (allegation) in Panama Papers case?" Judge Mohammad Bashir conducted today's hearing. NAB had sent bailable warrants for their arrest to their residences in Lahore and London. Media along with many lawyers and officials - including Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal - were prevented from entering the court, with security forces forming a human barrier as the former premier entered. Read More »

Austrian face veil ban comes into force under new 'integration' policy

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A woman defying the new rule was pictured being told to remove her veil in the town of Zell am See. Items which hide the face, including burqas, scarves and even medical masks have been banned from public in the European country, however, they will be ruled acceptable on special occasions, such as "cultural events". Read More »

Port Authority joining relief efforts in Puerto Rico

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On Wednesday the Department of Defense announced that brigadier general Rich Kim was being sent to Puerto Rico to establish a command center aimed at getting aid efforts underway on land. CNBC correspondent Contessa Brewer said there were some 9,500 containers that remained idle on the port. Brewer said she asked one port executive in an interivew , "Look, does seeing this make you mad?" The NYPA team will join NYPA technicians now deployed in Puerto Rico, who have embedded into the ... Read More »

Las Vegas police report active shooter situation

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Social media accounts have posted videos of festivalgoers fleeing. Multiple casualties are reported after the shooting at about 10.20pm on Sunday local time (6.20am BST). Police in Las Vegas say there is an active shooter situation in the city. There are multiple reports that there are two separate shooting locations. Read More »

'We are not lazy': Local Puerto Ricans respond to Trump's tweets

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Instead, Cruz bristles when Trump explains that he can send help "by Tuesday, Wednesday the latest". The president says the players are "a tremendous group of folks" and calls them "great champions". For his part, President Donald Trump has attacked the mayor on Twitter. Mayor Angel Perez told Daily Caller reporters Alex Pfeiffer and Peter Hasson that his experience with the federal government had been very different from Cruz's. Read More »

Donald Trump attacks mayor of Puerto Rico's storm-hit capital city

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Puerto Rico's Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said his constituents are in dire need of aid, but said he's been satisfied with the federal government's role in responding to the crisis. Cruz also accused the Trump administration of "killing us with inefficiency", which the President disputed in his early-morning Twitter tirade. Read More »

Pakistan shelling on LoC in Poonch kills a boy, injures five others

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At least, one child has been killed and five other civilians have been injured in the attack. Meanwhile, security forces foiled infiltration bid Kashmir's Keran sector. Police sources said heavy shelling and firing started between the two armies in Kerni area. The troops guarding the borderline retaliated and gave a befitting reply to the Pakistani shelling. Read More »

Catalonia Caller Describes Scenes Of Panic And Fear During Independence Referendum

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Star Barcelona player Gerard Piqué tweeted a photo of himself voting, and said: "I have voted". Scuffles broke out between armed offices in helmets and crowds as people waved ballot papers in the air. A regional government spokesman said voters could cast their ballots at any polling station, instead of their designated one, since Spanish authorities have sealed off some polling stations. Read More »

Paul police officers going to Puerto Rico to help

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Bush's presidency. "10,000 Federal workers now on Island doing a fantastic job". "As seen here, they are ALL doing a GREAT JOB!" Rosselló was asked what else was needed to get Puerto Rico through the emergency. Almost all of Puerto Rico's 3.4 million residents are without power, and many without cell service, food, or water. "The governor is giving a message that everything is resolved, and it is not true", Mayor Isidro Negron Irizarry said in Spanish on Twitter . Read More »

'Straight to Hell': 'Hamilton' Writer Slams Trump for PR Criticism

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Conservative commentator Eric Erickson said he had planned to defend the Puerto Rico recovery efforts until the president attacked Cruz: "Yay, President Trump punched a critic - a critic who is on an island trying her best to help others where most of the people now have no homes, no power, and no running water". Read More »

On Her Powerless Island, San Juan's Mayor Is Charged Up

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On Saturday, as he hunkered down in his golf club in leafy central New Jersey for a second straight weekend, he unloaded on San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, who had spent days pleading for more and quicker aid to help her shattered U.S. Whenever there is a challenge, mayors are asked to rise and meet the needs of the people. "The goal is one: saving lives. #FakeNews critics are working overtime, but we're getting great marks from the people that truly matter!" In the aftermath of Superstorm ... Read More »

It'll be waste of time negotiating with North Korea

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Speaking to journalists during a trip to China, Tillerson said that the two countries had been in communication over the North's missile programme, adding that the USA was " probing ". The main aim of the initial contacts was to seek the freedom of several American citizens imprisoned in North Korea, although US officials have told The Associated Press that there were broader discussions about U.S. Read More »

US Navy training aircraft crashes near Tellico Plains

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A T-45C Goshawk from the wing that was training in the vicinity of Tellico Plains, Tenn., has not yet returned to the air station, the statement added. Authorities halted recovery efforts Sunday night and said they would resume Monday morning, WVLT-TV in Knoxville, reported. A spokesperson for the National Guard Public Affairs office in Virginia says "To the best of my knowledge, it was not a National Guard aircraft". Read More »

Negotiating With North Korea Is a 'Waste of Time,' Says Twitter President

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The president's comments come one day after Tillerson disclosed the us has direct lines of communications with North Korea. "We ask, 'Would you like to talk?' We have lines of communications to Pyongyang". Meanwhile, North Korea has continued testing missiles and is threatening to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean and to shoot down United States military aircraft flying near its airspace. Read More »

Kim Jong-un brother's murder trial begins as suspects plead not guilty

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They are suspected of smearing Kim Jong Nam's face with the banned VX nerve agent on February 13 at a crowded airport terminal in Kuala Lumpur, killing him within about 20 minutes. The trial could at last shed light on the many unanswered questions surrounding the murder. The pair have claimed from the start that they did not know they were taking part in the worldwide assassination of dictator Kim Jong-un's estranged relative, and believed they were taking part in a TV prank show. Read More »

Jagmeet Singh new federal NDP leader

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When he launched his campaign for the federal leadership at the same banquet hall in Brampton, west of Toronto, where he celebrated his first election victory in 2011, Singh told the crowd that his party and the country are hungry for new leadership. Read More »

Donald Trump to top US diplomat: Don't bother talking to North Korea

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Only hours after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson revealed that U.S. officials were in touch with North Korean counterparts, Trump undercut his top diplomat by declaring on Twitter that any talks would be futile. "They won't be open forever @StateDept @potus". Trump said in a series of tweets. "Diplomatic channels are open for #KimJongUn for now", she added. Read More »

No BPM between India, China

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The book also reveals that trouble in the area started late in May and was spread over three phases - a "quiet" stand-off from May-end to June 25, build-up of forces on both sides between June 26 and August 14 and a subsequent thaw between August 15 and August 28. Read More »

Billionaire media mogul SI Newhouse, Jr., dies at 89

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At about 4.30am, the early riser in NY may often have spied a diminutive man, barely 5ft 1in, with a shambling air, arriving at the chic Madison Avenue headquarters of the publisher Condé Nast . "He loves magazines, meaning the whole and all of it, the variety of things published, the business details, the visions and actions and personalities of his editors, the problems, the problem-solving, the ink and paper ... Read More »

USA 'will not rest' until Puerto Ricans are safe

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He'll also be helping to present a trophy to the tournament's winning team. Outside of the Fake News or politically motivated ingrates, . She said some of the biggest shipments of food and supplies have come from private donations, not the federal government. Read More »

Dozens arrested during neo-Nazi rally in Sweden

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Black-clad demonstrators bearing shields and waving the group's green-and-white flag marched in the city's center. The march coincided with Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement and the holiest day of the Jewish year. The Nordic Resistance Movement had a permit from police to hold the march. The number of anti-fascist protesters was not immediately clear, but pre-march estimates indicated they could outnumber their neo-Nazi counterparts by as much as 10-1. Read More »

Reconnecting After Hurricane Maria Devastates Puerto Rico

The Trump administration has been widely criticized for its response to the crisis in Puerto Rico and has scrambled in recent days to respond. Miner said that unlike Hurricane Katrina that killed around 1,800 people, the death toll from Maria is minimal, with at least 16 so far, according the Associated Press. Read More »

Germany's first same-sex 'I do''s as marriage equality dawns

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Among them were Karl Kreile, 59, and Bodo Mende, 60, who became Germany's first married gay couple, exchanging vows on Sunday at the town hall in the Berlin borough of Schoeneberg after 38 years together. Steinert said the change also will take a load off Germany's famously complex bureaucracy, by removing hundreds of special exceptions - in areas ranging from university loans to hunting regulations - that were put in place over the years as same-sex couples successfully challenged ... Read More »