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Trump has been seeking China's assistance in bringing North Korea's ballistic missile and nuclear programs to an end, and it is unclear if the new sanctions will unravel some of the success he claimed during and after his first official trip to Asia earlier this month.
  • Postecoglou resigns as Australia coach, will not go to World Cup

    Postecoglou resigns as Australia coach, will not go to World Cup

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    September 2017: Win final group stage qualifier for World Cup 2-1 against Thailand but miss the second automatic qualifying spot on goal difference. Postecoglou refused to comment on the reports. National team coaches are due to attend a meeting in Moscow next week before the World Cup draw, but it's unlikely Australia will appoint a permanent replacement before then.
  • Border agent injured in Texas dies

    Border agent injured in Texas dies

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    Investigators Monday said agent Martinez, 36, was injured late Saturday night while responding to a triggered sensor. The FBI is leading the investigation and results of his autopsy are pending. Republican Sen. Ted Cruz took a similar approach in a news release: 'We are grateful for the courage and sacrifice of our border agents who have dedicated their lives to keeping us safe'.
  • U.S. says airstrike kills over 100 militants in Somalia

    U.S. says airstrike kills over 100 militants in Somalia

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    Earlier this month, the US military also carried out its first strikes against Islamic State militants in Somalia and said it killed "several terrorists". local time, killing 100 fighters, AFRICOM said in a statement. Before, they were only allowed to carry out strikes in defense of partnered forces. Working with the Libyan Government of National Accord, U.S.
  • Battlefield 1: Turning Tides DLC Release Date Announced

    Battlefield 1: Turning Tides DLC Release Date Announced

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    The third expansion pack, called Turning Tides , is actually releasing in two waves. You'll take on the mantle of the 1915 British army as they fight across the Gallipoli peninsula during their amphibious assault of the area. The game manages to portray all the aspects of World War 1 with the addition of real battle maps and assets like weapons and vehicles that resemble the ones used in the war.
  • Second judge blocks Donald Trump's transgender military ban

    Second judge blocks Donald Trump's transgender military ban

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    In a 53-page administering, US District Court Judge Marvin Garbis in Maryland reasoned that transgender administration individuals are "as of now enduring hurtful outcomes", and went above and beyond than a prior decision by particularly forbidding the Trump organization from obstructing those testing the restriction from finishing their medicinally vital surgeries.
  • Cass County jobless rate back below 4 percent

    Cass County jobless rate back below 4 percent

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    With its 3.6-percent unemployment rate, Cass County tied with five other counties, including Wabash County, with the 31st highest jobless rate out of Indiana's 92 counties. Pulaski County's jobless rate in October was estimated at 3.5 percent based on 212 jobless workers out of a labor force of 6,034. However, the local work force continues to shrink in size.
  • Trump Defends Roy Moore Amid Sexual Assault Allegations: 'He Totally Denies It'

    Trump Defends Roy Moore Amid Sexual Assault Allegations: 'He Totally Denies It'

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    Trump said . Trump had kept silent on the race, with the White House saying he believed the people of Alabama should decide whether Moore is fit to represent them in Washington . Sessions said he had no reason to doubt Moore's accusers. Shelby, a Republican, said he will "absolutely not" vote for Moore. Ivanka Trump said there's a special place in hell for people who prey on children.
  • Dalai Lama confers with 10th KISS Humanitarian award

    Dalai Lama confers with 10th KISS Humanitarian award

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    Achyuta Samanta presented the prestigious award before an audience of around 27,000 indigenous students of the institute and a host of dignitaries. The monk called for making this century a century of compassion and peace. The Dalai Lama was the first Nobel laureate to receive the KISS Humanitarian Award instituted in 2008 by KISS, a sister concern of KIIT University to honour and recognize individuals with exceptional contribution to the society and mankind.
  • Vijay Mallya appears in Westminster Court in extradition case

    Vijay Mallya appears in Westminster Court in extradition case

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    Robert Vadra, the influential son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, today took to Twitter to respond to the controversial businessman, advising him to stay clear of drawing any parallels. Wanted for loan defaults amounting to almost Rs 9,000 crore, Mallya appeared before a London court on Monday where dates for his extradition trial were confirmed for eight days starting December 4.