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Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang Sunday was re-elected for his second five-year term at the ongoing parliament session. Xi, 64, is considered the most powerful Chinese leader since Mao Zedong and last Sunday was given the right to continue in office indefinitely after the legislature scrapped term limits for the president and vice president.
  • High school students organize rally for bipartisan gun reform

    High school students organize rally for bipartisan gun reform

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    They gathered for 17 minutes, a minute of remembrance for each of the 17 victims, and returned to their classes after a round of applause signaling the end of the observance. The March for Our Lives rally for school safety is expected to draw hundreds of thousands to the nation's capital on March 24, its organizers said.
  • Kejriwal says sorry to Gadkari, Sibal after Majithia — AAPology continues

    Kejriwal says sorry to Gadkari, Sibal after Majithia — AAPology continues

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    Amit Sibal, a lawyer, and son of Kapil Sibal, had filed a defamation suit against Kejriwal for alleging that Kapil Sibal had a conflict in seeking to revise a tax demand on telecom major Vodafone. Punjab AAP lawmaker Bhagwant Mann and three others last week quit from the party's post in protest. Kejriwal is also facing a criminal defamation case against Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley .
  • Asean leaders back sanctions vs North Korea

    Asean leaders back sanctions vs North Korea

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    Modern cities today were applying many advanced technologies like touchscreen, e-commerce and digital currencies created to be compatible in different countries, the leader said, citing Singapore as a good example of a smart city. "This is a historic opportunity to establish the world's largest trade bloc", he told the leaders meeting on Sunday morning. However, some ASEAN cities, such as Indonesia's Jakarta , the Philippines' Manila , and Thailand's Bangkok were ranked near the bottom of ...
  • Raj Thackeray calls for 'Modi-mukt Bharat', probe into note ban

    Raj Thackeray calls for 'Modi-mukt Bharat', probe into note ban

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    While likening the now situation to Emergency, Raj Thackeray said, "There is attempt to silence the voice of media, judiciary which is detrimental for democracy". "I suspect there is a larger design being worked to trigger Hindu and Muslim riots on the Ram temple agenda", Thackeray said, according to The Indian Express .
  • North Korea Will Release Three Detained Americans

    North Korea Will Release Three Detained Americans

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    A North Korean Foreign Ministry official, Choe Kang-il, has flown to Finland for the talks Sunday, out of China. "North Korea summits and produce a peaceful resolution of the North's nuclear problem", the ministry said in a press release.
  • United States trade groups urge Trump to stop planned China tariffs

    United States trade groups urge Trump to stop planned China tariffs

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    The Trump administration "should not respond to unfair Chinese practices and policies by imposing tariffs or other measures that will harm USA companies, workers, farmers, ranchers, consumers, and investors". Trump has announced he would impose tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum, with some exclusions and exceptions, to curb cheap imports from China and other countries.
  • On the campaign trail with Vladimir Putin

    On the campaign trail with Vladimir Putin

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    Ultimately, the tragedy was avoided. Putin proceeded to say that his country doesn't have the capability or any reason to want to meddle in the United States elections. The Kremlin strongman has also been accused of facilitating the downing of flight MH17 over Ukraine in 2014 through his support for pro-Russian rebels, but denies any connection.
  • Russian presidential elections result to be out tomorrow

    Russian presidential elections result to be out tomorrow

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    Now, he faces seven challengers but no serious threat to his rule. There was once talk of a " 70 at 70 " target for the election: Meaning the Kremlin wanted Putin to win 70 percent of the vote at 70 percent turnout. Crimea and Russia's subsequent support of separatists in eastern Ukraine led to an array of US and European sanctions that, along with falling oil prices, damaged the Russian economy and slashed the ruble's value by half.
  • Parts of United Kingdom shaken by 4.4 magnitude quake

    Parts of United Kingdom shaken by 4.4 magnitude quake

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    Twitter users described their surprise as the aftershock was felt over a hundred miles away. It said the effects of the natural disaster had been felt more than 300km from the epicentre. Earthquakes are not common in Britain and are rarely powerful. In bed in Telford preparing for a night shift, Jamie Ricketts said the bed just shook while Vanessa Thomas in Guilsfield said she thought her washing machine had broken down.
  • Alibaba Group (BABA) Shares Gap Up to $199.06

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    Bp Plc decreased its stake in Alibaba Group Holding ( BABA ) by 19.36% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Truenorth Inc sold 6,363 shares as the company's stock rose 22.58% with the market. for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts 82.00% EPS growth. Oppenheimer has "Buy" rating and $16500 target. Therefore 83% are positive. Microsemi had 65 analyst reports since August 3, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel.