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Britain's government is to undergo a reshuffle today as Prime Minister Theresa May looks to reassert her authority following a string of high-profile departures. Mr Hunt, who has been health secretary for more than five years, was a remain supporter during the referendum but has been critical of the EU's approach to the negotiations since then and has said warnings about the economic damage of leaving the European Union have so far been over-stated.
  • SEC investigating Kushner business over use of visa program

    SEC investigating Kushner business over use of visa program

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    The previously unknown probe reportedly began this past May and focuses on the company's use of the EB-5 visa program, which awards green cards to immigrants who invest at least $500,000 in eligible USA businesses. In several cases in recent years, USA -based real estate developers have collected hundreds of millions of dollars from unsuspecting foreigners for projects that never materialize or were outright fabrications from the start.
  • Saudi intercepts ballistic missile near Yemen border: State media

    Saudi intercepts ballistic missile near Yemen border: State media

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    The Huthi rebels said they had fired a missile at the kingdom's southwestern province of Najran in a statement tweeted by their Al-Masirah television channel. The United States, a long-time ally of Saudi Arabia, has said Iran manufactured a missile fired by the Houthis towards Riyadh's global airport in November.
  • Sailors Missing After Ships Collide Off China's East Coast

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    The Sanchi collided with the CF Crystal about 160 nautical miles off the coast near Shanghai and the mouth of the Yangtze River Delta on Saturday evening, the Chinese Ministry of Transportation said in a statement. Chinese officials dispatched several maritime police vessels, two rescue boats, and three professional cleaning ships to the area. About 63,000 tonnes of fuel oil leaked into the Atlantic, damaging beaches in France, Spain and Portugal and forcing the closure of Spain's richest ...
  • Man from Bengal arrested for threatening to kidnap Sachin Tendulkar's daughter

    Man from Bengal arrested for threatening to kidnap Sachin Tendulkar's daughter

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    The Mumbai police team, which got a transit remand from a lower court at Haldia, is taking him to Mumbai for further investigation. The arrest was made by a team of Mumbai police. He has called Sara for about 20 times and texted lewd messages. Debkumar, meanwhile, told the police that he had seen Sara in the pavilion of a cricket stadium in Mumbai and collected the number through one of his relatives.
  • When will Snow Bomb Cyclone end stop?

    When will Snow Bomb Cyclone end stop?

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    Kennedy airport and 30 percent from La Guardia, the FlightAware website said. Blizzard warnings were in place along the coast from North Carolina to ME, with the National Weather Service forecasting winds as high as 55 miles per hour (89 kph) that may bring down tree limbs and knock out power.
  • Stephen Colbert extends Trump satire into animated realm

    Stephen Colbert extends Trump satire into animated realm

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    Colbert and " Late Show " boss Chris Licht are EPs on the show, with R.J. Fried serving as showrunner. The new show, the producers noted, will seek to avoid the vagaries of the news cycle by focusing in a broad, satirical way on the characters who inhabit the White House and their interactions.
  • Jake Tapper Cuts off Stephen Miller on CNN

    Jake Tapper Cuts off Stephen Miller on CNN

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    Miller dismissed both Bannon and Wolff's credibility, saying the author was a "garbage author of a garbage book", and that claims in the book were "a pile of trash". "Viewers are entitled to have three minutes of the truth". The interview ended abruptly with Tapper cutting Miller off as he repeatedly asked to be given three minutes to share his positive impressions of Trump.
  • Tevez returns to Boca for third spell

    Tevez returns to Boca for third spell

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    Boca however did not give details of his contract or disclose if the Chinese club had been paid a transfer fee. The former Manchester United forward endured a miserable time in China, though, scoring just four goals in 16 CSL appearances amid accusations of a poor work ethic.
  • Airstrikes on suburbs of Syrian capital kill 17

    Airstrikes on suburbs of Syrian capital kill 17

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    Twenty-five civilians are reported to have been killed in air strikes on two towns in the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta area outside Syria's capital, Damascus. The UN says around 400,000 people are trapped under the government's siege of eastern Ghouta. The 400,000 inhabitants of eastern Ghouta, suffering from acute shortages of food and medicine, live in very hard conditions.
  • Australia set to swelter as temperatures top 45C

    Australia set to swelter as temperatures top 45C

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    A south-easterly change is expected to cool off coastal regions this evening. Severe fire warnings were issued for the greater Sydney area and total fire bans were put in place across the city. In Melbourne, a team of 300 firefighters, 50 trucks and three helicopters worked furiously to save homes in Carrum Downs from a bushfire which has now been brought under control.