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The letter was in response to a request from two members of Congress about "expected casualty assessments in a conflict with North Korea", the Post said. 'We want to get it solved. Some 20,000 South Koreans would die every day in the event of a US-North Korean war, according to alleged calculations made by the Pentagon.
  • Apple shifted assets to island to evade tax scrutiny

    Apple shifted assets to island to evade tax scrutiny

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    An Apple spokesman, Josh Rosenstock, declined to answer most questions about the company's tax strategy. By 2015, Apple had moved the tax home of two Irish subsidiaries to Jersey, a self-governing island in the English Channel, and also made Ireland the tax home of a different European subsidiary.
  • Nitish wants reservation for backwards in pvt sector jobs; supports Patidars also

    Nitish wants reservation for backwards in pvt sector jobs; supports Patidars also

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    A section of BJP leaders also felt Nitish's move to announce reservation in the private sector was illtimed. In a bid that could help his party, the Janata Dal (United) consolidate its vote-bank among the scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, other backward classes and disabled people, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has made a decision to give a make-over to the prevailing reservation system, at least in his state.
  • Asked Russian Lawyer for Hillary Clinton Dirt in Writing

    Asked Russian Lawyer for Hillary Clinton Dirt in Writing

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    Natalia Veselnitskaya , the lawyer who attended the meeting, made her comments from Moscow in an interview with Bloomberg published Monday. A Russian lawyer said Donald Trump Jr. Russia, in response to the 2012 legislation, banned adoption of Russian children in the US. Veselnitskaya had engineered the meeting by offering proof that Democratic donors had evaded USA taxes.
  • Bollywood celebs attend Deepika Padukone's Padmavati party

    Bollywood celebs attend Deepika Padukone's Padmavati party

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    A source close to filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali completely debunks the speculation over the purported rift. That is why he could not attend Deepika's bash. Shahid was not upset at all. Deepika and Ranveer will next be seen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati which is all set to release on December 1, 2017.
  • Pakistani consulate staffer shot dead in Afghanistan

    Pakistani consulate staffer shot dead in Afghanistan

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    He said Pakistan also lodged formal protest over the killing of the diplomat. Pakistan has it point of view that Indian presence in Afghanistan will just complicate the situation and it will not help in restoring peace in Afghanistan. He said sustainable solutions for regional peace require collective efforts and Pakistan remained on the forefront of all such efforts. "With peace and stability in Afghanistan as our ultimate goal, we have been and are ready to extend every possible ...
  • Colleges want to force vote

    Colleges want to force vote

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    The union should suspend the strike and send students back to class while the vote is being organized, said a release from the Council. If the strike is suspended, it would allow for the votes to be held on college campuses, where faculty have been picketing since October 16.
  • FSU Fraternity Suspended After Student Dies at Off-Campus Party

    FSU Fraternity Suspended After Student Dies at Off-Campus Party

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    The 20-year-old Coffey was a civil engineering major from Pompano Beach . A companion and kindred Florida State University understudy said Coffey was surging Pi Kappa Phi's FSU section. "All of our student organizations - Greek organizations and the other recognized student organizations on campus - must step up. And the sooner they can come to the table and we can all talk and find those solutions, the sooner this will be lifted", he said.
  • British minister apologizes for undisclosed Israel meetings

    British minister apologizes for undisclosed Israel meetings

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    Britain's senior-most Indian-origin minister Priti Patel today issued a formal apology for holding undisclosed meetings during a holiday visit to Israel . As far as I am concerned, the Foreign Office have known about this. Patel's apology comes after Netanyahu's official visit to the United Kingdom last week where he met with Prime Minister Theresa May on November 2.
  • War With Kim Jong Un 'Must Not Happen,' South Korea Says

    War With Kim Jong Un 'Must Not Happen,' South Korea Says

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    Rear Adm. Michael J. Dumont of the Joint Staff offered the assessment in response to a letter from Reps. The Pentagon letter to lawmakers also points out that North Korea may consider the use of biological weapons despite its global obligations, and is likely in possession of a chemical weapons stockpile.
  • Boris Johnson 'mistake' could harm case for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, say family

    Boris Johnson 'mistake' could harm case for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, say family

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    They have threatened to give the mother of one an extra five years on top of a five year sentence she already got in September after allegedly planning a coup against the Iranian government, according to The Times . But Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe had said she was there on holiday and the Thomson Reuters Foundation has urged Mr Johnson to correct his "serious mistake".