• NZ to bowl in first T20 against Pakistan
NZ to bowl in first T20 against Pakistan

Having the Home advantage and Pakistan being completely suppressed in recent bilateral encounters, New Zealand's another series triumph could not be ruled out against the visitors. They were four for 22 in the sixth over as Tim Southee, the stand-in New Zealand skipper in place of the injured Kane Williamson , led a dismantling of the Paki...

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  • Police looking for person of interest after devices detonated at mall
Police looking for person of interest after devices detonated at mall

Officers say two pipe bomb-type devices were detonated in a corridor mainly used by employees near a JCPenney store, while a third package - a backpack - was found close to a cinema. Emergency services and police personnel from the neighboring counties including Hillsborough Sheriff's Office Bomb Squad responded to the incident.

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  • Hundreds flee as lava rolls down slopes of Philippine volcano
Hundreds flee as lava rolls down slopes of Philippine volcano

The following, meanwhile, may also happen though not directly associated with the eruption: lahar, flooding, debris avalanche, landslide, tsunami, seiche, subsidence, fissuring, secondary/hydrothermal explosion and secondary pyroclastic flow.

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  • Republic Day Celebrations 2018: All You Need To Know
Republic Day Celebrations 2018: All You Need To Know

DFA Assistant Secretary Hellen Dela Vega on Friday said that they are still awaiting confirmation on the possible bilateral meeting between Duterte and Modi. PM Modi had made the invitation to the ASEAN world leaders to celebrate this Republic Day 2018 parade during his ASEAN-India Summit in November a year ago.

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  • 'I will be making explosive revelations today' - tweets Imran Khan
'I will be making explosive revelations today' - tweets Imran Khan

Should he be elected Pakistan's new prime minister, Khan said he would talk to Trump, adding that the USA dishonours the memory of all the soldiers who died fighting militants, and other Pakistanis who perished in terrorist attacks. Addressing the crowd during a rally organised by Pakistan Awami Tehrik protesting 2014 Model Town carnage on Wednesda...

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  • Britain must stay in European customs union-business group CBI
Britain must stay in European customs union-business group CBI

He says the best option is now for Britain to file an application for a Norway-style deal with the European Union during a five-year transitional period. Speaking before the Referendum, the organisation warned it would reduce Britain to the role of "silent partner" with no power in the European Union - and unable to strike new trade deals with the ...

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  • US House would accept bill funding government to February 8: Paul Ryan
US House would accept bill funding government to February 8: Paul Ryan

But most Senate Democrats and some Republicans were expected to vote no when it reaches that chamber later Thursday. "Here is the simple truth: Senate Democrats refuse to fund the government unless we agree to their demands on something entirely unrelated".

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  • United States backpedals on new Kurdish force as Turkey prepares for war
United States backpedals on new Kurdish force as Turkey prepares for war

People look at the damage caused by a rocket fired by suspected Syrian Kurdish fighters from Syria , across the border into the town of Kilis, Turkey , early Sunday. The United States however has relied on the YPG — the backbone of a Syrian force that drove the Islamic State group from much of northern and eastern Syria with the help of USA -le...

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  • Spain's Rahm wins CareerBuilder after playoff
Spain's Rahm wins CareerBuilder after playoff

He improves to 4-for-7 on the season with two top 25s, both top 5s, and 2-for-3 at the CBC with two top 25s, one top 10. "I'm just going to continue doing what I've been doing", he said. To be honest, really happy the way it happened the way it did and really proud of the way I played. The former Arizona State player loves California, but has a...

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  • NFC Championship Game: 3 Keys to a Vikings Victory
NFC Championship Game: 3 Keys to a Vikings Victory

Bradford, whom the Eagles had acquired for Foles , was no longer needed in Philadelphia and when the Vikings lost quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a knee injury , they traded for Bradford. Jenkins went on to say that when teams focus on Cox, that just lets Tim Jernigan and the rest of the defensive line get going. "We're just expecting ...

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  • Governor Blocks Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten's Parole
Governor Blocks Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten's Parole

In September, the Board of Parole Hearings found Van Houten, 68, suitable for release after she was convicted in the brutal slayings of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in Los Angeles on August 10, 1969. Manson, the mastermind behind the grisly murders, died in November. Van Houten "shifted blame for her own actions onto Manson to some extent", after s...

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  • North Korea Moranbong Girl Band Leader Heads Olympic Inspection Team
North Korea Moranbong Girl Band Leader Heads Olympic Inspection Team

North Korean delegates arrived in Seoul on Sunday on their way to inspect venues and prepare cultural performances for next month's Winter Olympics, in the first visit by Pyongyang officials to the South for four years. Hyon wore a dark coat and fur muffler as she boarded the train without talking to throngs of journalists at the station. In a di...

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  • What You Can and Can't Do Throughout a Authorities Shutdown
What You Can and Can't Do Throughout a Authorities Shutdown

Between the House and the Senate re-doing and re-passing the ACA back and forth, Congress could not pass a viable spending bill. A department spokesman said almost 90% of Homeland Security employees are considered essential and will continue to perform their duties during a government shutdown.

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  • '12 Robust' is a stable wartime motion film
'12 Robust' is a stable wartime motion film

On that front, the film is moderately successful in its goals, but doesn't reinvent the wheel. "If someone had pitched me this and said it wasn't true, I would've said it's a ridiculous idea and no one's going to believe it". And even though the outcome of the operation depicted in 12 Strong is now a matter of history, first-time feature direc...

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  • Women's march draws thousands as Trump term enters second year
Women's march draws thousands as Trump term enters second year

Afterward, a wave of women chose to run for elected office, and the #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct became a cultural phenomenon. The National Mall was filled with more than its usual crowd of tourists and joggers Saturday morning as protesters descended on the space in front of the Lincoln Memorial for the one-year anniversary of the...

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  • Turkey pushes into Syria in attacks on US-backed Kurds
Turkey pushes into Syria in attacks on US-backed Kurds

Turkey could also face blowback from the Kurdish insurgency within its own borders. The United States is backing the YPG in Syria, seeing it as an effective partner in the fight against Islamic State. "We call on the opposing sides to exercise mutual restraint", the foreign ministry said in a statement. Russia, which has troops in the area, has urg...

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  • U.S. plotting another Korean War: North Korea
U.S. plotting another Korean War: North Korea

Russia's foreign minister pummeled the Trump administration's policies this week, calling us threats "destabilizing" and ultimatums regrettable , but at the United Nations on Friday Sergey Lavrov offered more of an olive branch to the White House.

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  • Kurdish militia fire rockets at Turkish town
Kurdish militia fire rockets at Turkish town

Last week, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan declared that Turkish forces would enter Syria, with Russia's consent, to "vanquish" the Kurdish militia that control Afrin, along the Turkish border. "Syria calls on the global community to condemn this Turkish aggression and immediately take the steps necessary to stop it", a representative from the Syr...

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  • Jordan urges Pence to 'rebuild trust' after Jerusalem pivot
Jordan urges Pence to 'rebuild trust' after Jerusalem pivot

The site is located in east Jerusalem, occupied by Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War and later annexed in a move never recognised by the global community. "The United States of America remains committed, if the parties agree, to a two-state solution". President Trumps historic declaration regarding Jerusalem takes its place as one of Israel's histor...

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  • Trump weighs in on immigration, funding talks
Trump weighs in on immigration, funding talks

Jackson briefed reporters on the finding of Trump's first presidential physical conducted Friday . "He has a lot of energy and a lot of stamina", Jackson said of Trump. Even so, the cardiologists said Jackson understated the president's risk of having heart trouble. Jackson said the president's overall health "was excellent ", helped in par...

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  • UN African Ambassadors Take Issue With Trump's Reported Racist Comments
UN African Ambassadors Take Issue With Trump's Reported Racist Comments

Following a statement published last Friday demanding an apology of the American president for his "racist" remarks, Nikki Haley requested a meeting with African ambassadors to the United Nations, according to Equatorial Guinea ambassador Anatalio Ndong Mba.

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  • US Senate leader urges shutdown brinksmanship end by Monday
US Senate leader urges shutdown brinksmanship end by Monday

The Democrats and Republicans in the House and the Senate ― along with the Republicans in the House and the Republicans in the Senate ― were unable to come to an agreement by the funding deadline Friday night, and now the federal government is shut down .

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  • What You Need to Know About the 2018 Women's March
What You Need to Know About the 2018 Women's March

To show that we're still resisting a year later, the 2018 Women's March is taking place all around the country on Saturday, January 20th. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's office said 120,00 people attended a protest there. Last year, about a million people turned out to march on Washington in response to President Trump's win. But unlik...

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  • Hundreds of thousands take part in women's marches across US
Hundreds of thousands take part in women's marches across US

Many protesters carried signs with anti-Trump messages including "Real news, fake president", while in Oklahoma, demonstrators chanted: "We need a leader, not a creepy tweeter!". The women's march in Washington DC has had the feel of a political rally when U.S. Sen. This year's march was Chambers' first, she told CNN via Instagram.

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  • Chicago Women's March 2018 in pics
Chicago Women's March 2018 in pics

On Saturday, women and men in cities around the country participated in the national Women's March, which protested the president on the anniversary of his inauguration. President Trump acknowledged the event in an afternoon tweet. The 2017 rally in Washington, D.C., and hundreds of similar marches created solidarity for those denouncing Trump's ...

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