• Matt Canavan resigns from Malcolm Turnbull's ministry over citizenship doubts
Matt Canavan resigns from Malcolm Turnbull's ministry over citizenship doubts

Neither Ludlam nor Waters were aware of their dual citizenship, with Waters having acquired hers courtesy of her Australian parents' brief stay in Canada, where she was born. At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon Canavan said that he would be standing aside as a minister, but would not be resigning from parliament, until questions about his ci...

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  • Norway Gets One Step Closer To Autonomous Cargo Ships
Norway Gets One Step Closer To Autonomous Cargo Ships

In late 2018, the ship is scheduled to begin moving 100 containers of fertilizer on a 37-mile trip to the port of Larvik - freight that is now being moved by truck . In addition to reducing fuel and labor costs, the Birkeland project is being promoted as a way to cut emissions by reducing 40,000 truck trips a year through southern Norway .

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  • Govt launches box for sexual harrasment complaint
Govt launches box for sexual harrasment complaint

That's right! No extra hassle for the woman, who's filing the complaint. The Women and Child Development ministry has launched an online platform that makes it easy to report Sexual Harassment Complaints. Around 30.87 lakh people works in the Government of India which is meant to be the largest employer in the country. According to 2011 Cens...

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  • Newborn killer whale calf dies, SeaWorld San Antonio announces
Newborn killer whale calf dies, SeaWorld San Antonio announces

Kyara was born to 26-year-old Takara last April but was conceived before the program's end was announced. Former San Diego SeaWorld trainer and critic John Hargrove tweeted: "SeaWorld had to exploit Takara's calf". "Kyara had a tremendous impact on each of her care staff, not to mention all of the guests that had the chance to see her". It could ...

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  • Judge Clears Way for Trump's Voter Fraud Panel to Collect Data
Judge Clears Way for Trump's Voter Fraud Panel to Collect Data

The U.S. District Court ruled against the Electronic Privacy Information Center , a public-interest research group that had sought a temporary restraining order to block the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. "The Commission requested this publicly available data as part of its fact-gathering process, which is information that...

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  • President Trump to discuss healthcare at White House
President Trump to discuss healthcare at White House

The president increased the pressure on his party by warning them they had a duty to adhere to seven years of promises. It is also not a clear win or defeat as to if Obamacare will be repealed and replaced as everybody's mind seems to be split.

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  • Boycotting sates place Libyan media agencies, TV channels on terror list
Boycotting sates place Libyan media agencies, TV channels on terror list

The four states have issued a list of 59 individuals and 12 organizations they accuse of "terrorist" links, a move decried by Qatar . The list included Alnabaa TV, Tanasuh TV, Benghazi Revolutionaries Shura Council, Al-Saraya Media Center, Boshra News Agency and Rafallah Sahati Brigade, in addition to the two nationals Ahmed Al-Hisnawi and Al-Sa...

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  • Federal Judge Blocks Mass Deportation of Iraqis
Federal Judge Blocks Mass Deportation of Iraqis

The arrested immigrants had outstanding deportation orders, the United States government had said, noting that they were convicted of serious crimes, including homicide, weapons possession and drug charges. Government lawyers, meanwhile, have argued that immigration courts - not federal ones - are the proper venue for deportation orders to be chall...

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  • Jared Kushner's Statement To Congress About Russia, Annotated
Jared Kushner's Statement To Congress About Russia, Annotated

Kushner made that appearance after he met privately with staffers of the Senate intelligence committee. Kushner said in the week before the inauguration, amid the scramble of finalising the unwinding of his involvement from his company, moving his family to Washington , completing the paper work to divest assets and resign from his outside po...

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  • Donald Trump Might Replace Jeff Sessions with a Different Angry Old Bigot
Donald Trump Might Replace Jeff Sessions with a Different Angry Old Bigot

Speculation about Sessions' future has run rampant since Trump last week expressed remorse about tapping Sessions, one of his earliest supporters in Washington , to lead the Justice Department. "Sessions should have never recused himself, and if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job and I would have picked s...

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  • Male suspect still at large: 5 injured in chainsaw attack
Male suspect still at large: 5 injured in chainsaw attack

The town's historic old quarter was sealed off by a large deployment of officers who evacuated all nearby businesses and pedestrians, but the barricades were later removed and regular traffic returned to the area. "This was not his first contact with police". Wrousis has been charged twice in the past for having illegal weapons, in 2014 and 2016,...

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  • Spieth draws on inner calm to win Open
Spieth draws on inner calm to win Open

With Kuchar breathing down his back atop the leaderboard, Spieth found a way to some how force a bogey on No. 13. It was his third Major victory and Spieth is the second-youngest man - behind Jack Nicklaus - to win three of the four Major tournaments, the others being the US Masters , US Open and US PGA Championship.

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  • Palestinian Christians, Muslims Stand Together in Al-Aqsa Crisis
Palestinian Christians, Muslims Stand Together in Al-Aqsa Crisis

On Friday , Israel installed metal detectors at the entrances to the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound and closed it for Friday prayers, citing security concerns. Later the same day, a Palestinian breaks into a Jewish home in the settlement of Neve Tsuf in the West Bank and stabs four Israelis, killing three of them before being shot by a neighbor.

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  • Kushner 'inadvertently omitted' 77 assets in financial disclosure form
Kushner 'inadvertently omitted' 77 assets in financial disclosure form

On her form, Ivanka Trump disclosed a business trust worth more than $50 million with underlying assets that include her trademarks and her jewelry and fashion lines. Her filing notes that the fixed payments were necessary to reduce her interest in the performance of the businesses. Ms. Trump resigned as a trustee at the end of a year ago.

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  • China mobilized hundreds of troops at the border with North Korea
China mobilized hundreds of troops at the border with North Korea

The North's attitude calls on Moon and his aides to be patient and rethink their strategy. "We told him that if Washington does not give up its hostile policy toward the North and end its nuclear threats, we will not put nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles up for negotiation", KCNA said in a report.

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  • Police look again at holding immigrants after Supreme Judicial Court ICE ruling
Police look again at holding immigrants after Supreme Judicial Court ICE ruling

The Supreme Judicial Court's blockbuster ruling that local authorities can't hold immigrants who are facing an ICE-ordered deportation without a criminal warrant is expected to fuel legislative attempts to make MA a sanctuary state. The charges were dismissed, but Lunn was held by the Boston Municipal Court for ICE to pick him up. The ruling on Mon...

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  • USS Ford Will Join The Fleet, But Deployment Is 4 Years Away
USS Ford Will Join The Fleet, But Deployment Is 4 Years Away

Ford in Norfolk, Virginia. The Navy said it would cost $43 billion to construct the first three ships in the Ford-class of carriers , including the USS John F. Ford represented MI in Congress. Before starting his career in politics, the former president served in the Navy during World War II, eventually attaining the rank of lieutenant comm...

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  • India's 14th president to be sworn in on Tuesday
India's 14th president to be sworn in on Tuesday

The 71-year-old defeated joint Opposition candidate Meira Kumar, a former Lok Sabha speaker, after garnering 65.65 percent of the votes in the electoral college. He enrolled as an advocate in 1971 with the Bar Council of Delhi and became the Advocate-on-Record at the top court in 1978. He was appointed as the Governor of Bihar on August 8, 2015.

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  • United Nations accuses Canberra of reneging on detention deal
United Nations accuses Canberra of reneging on detention deal

Amnesty International Australia's refugee coordinator Dr Graham Thom said families separated between Australia, Nauru and Manus Island had waited in "distress" for eight months to find out what the United States settlement deal means for their families.

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  • CBSE Released UGC NET 2017 Exam Notification @ cbsenet
CBSE Released UGC NET 2017 Exam Notification @ cbsenet

The candidates who crack the exam will be eligible for the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and can pursue research in the main subject of their post-graduation degree or in any other related subject. The exam is conducted in streams such as Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Commerce etc. The official notification of CBSE UGC NET will be availab...

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