• Papua New Guinea natural disaster death toll reaches 67 as aftershocks strike
Papua New Guinea natural disaster death toll reaches 67 as aftershocks strike

Another big tremor has rocked quake-affected Papua New Guinea this morning. There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage from the latest temblors. The Australian and New Zealand defence forces have began delivering aid, while the China Red Cross and Beijing have pledged financial assistance, according to the Papua New Guinea Post-Courier...

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  • Salah strike keeps Liverpool on rise
Salah strike keeps Liverpool on rise

Salah scored his 32nd goal of the season in all competitions as he opened the scoring for Liverpool , five minutes before the break. With no real outlet in attack, the Magpies were under constant pressure at Anfield and they buckled again when Sadio Mane swept the home side further ahead from Roberto Firmino's pass - the 200th top-flight goal ...

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  • Barnaby Joyce says baby questions are 'nobody's business'
Barnaby Joyce says baby questions are 'nobody's business'

Calling the issue of paternity a "grey area", backbencher Mr Joyce criticised the media for failing to check the "fact". "I don't have any comments to make on it at all." The flight to Sydney was the first time the couple had been seen together since news broke they were expecting a baby in April - the fifth child and first son for Mr Joyce.

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  • KCR finds support in Mamata for his third front proposal
KCR finds support in Mamata for his third front proposal

Addressing a large gathering of people at his official residence Pragati Bhavan amid "Desh ka neta KCR " slogans from the audience, KCR said it was surprising that the Centre still had control over many issues that could be handled by the states.

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  • Wesley Sneijder announces Netherlands retirement
Wesley Sneijder announces Netherlands retirement

Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder has chose to end his worldwide football career after 14 years and a record 133 caps during a golden era for his country. "I respect his choice". He played his last match in November's 3-0 away win against Romania in a friendly. All in all, Sneijder played 133 times for Holland, helping his country to the runners...

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  • India, Vietnam agress to work for open, prosperous Indo-Pacific region
India, Vietnam agress to work for open, prosperous Indo-Pacific region

Quang is in India on a three-day state visit from March 2-4. Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang and his spouse were greeted with a 21-gun salute at an official welcome ceremony at the Indian Presidential Palace in New Delhi on March 3 morning (local time).

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  • Meet the men behind BJP's historic performance in Tripura
Meet the men behind BJP's historic performance in Tripura

The BJP has bagged 32 seats and is leading in three seats in the 60-member Tripura assembly, while its ally the Indigenous People's Front of Tripura (IPFT) has won seven seats and is ahead in one more. "Both states have one fact in common: the left (communist) rule for decades that had made the cadres apathetic and nearly bourgeois in their approac...

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  • Massive storm forces hundreds of flights to be canceled
Massive storm forces hundreds of flights to be canceled

The storm is now going through bombogenesis and could bring harsher conditions to the region, according to The Weather Channel . Scientists say the storm has met the definition of a " bomb cyclone ", a dramatic name that seemed fitting for the vast damage already wrought over the region Saturday .

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  • West Virginia Senate passes oil, natural gas drilling bill
West Virginia Senate passes oil, natural gas drilling bill

Senate majority Republicans backed the amendment 19-15 on Saturday evening. In a formal explanation made in front of the strike, the West Virginia director of schools, Steven Paine, said that he concurred that the teachers "merited more", in spite of the fact that he was mindful so as to include that "the financial substances of our state may...

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  • 2-year-old girl dies after freak accident at shoe store
2-year-old girl dies after freak accident at shoe store

Police have said the death appears to be an accident . - noor (@guriyaaaaaa) March 4, 2018Ifrah Siddique Payless Shoe Store mirror tragedy: Who's to blame? Medics rushed the child to the hospital where she died, according to a police spokesperson.

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  • NAGALAND: Rio meets Governor, stake claim for Govt formation
NAGALAND: Rio meets Governor, stake claim for Govt formation

Mr Acharya said he had asked Mr Rio to submit the signatures of all 32 MLAs supporting him by Monday. An order signed on Sunday by EC Secretary Arvind Kumar said a tabulation error made by the Returning Officer on Saturday led to the declaration of N.R.

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  • May tells Trump of Britain's 'deep concern'
May tells Trump of Britain's 'deep concern'

Trump ignited fears of a trade war and an outcry from U.S. trading partners this week when he abruptly announced blanket 25 percent tariffs on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum. The tariffs, he said, would remain for "a long period of time", but it was not immediately clear if certain trading partners would be exempt. Speaking on CNN's...

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  • North Korea condemns US sanctions, says blockade would be act of war
North Korea condemns US sanctions, says blockade would be act of war

The sanctions target one person, 27 companies and 28 ships registered in China and seven other countries with the intent of eliminating North Korea's illicit shipping and trade. His delegation will attend the closing ceremony and also meet Moon. In response to news of North Korea's possible plans for talks, White House press secretary Sarah Huc...

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  • Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid
Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid

In midfield, Thomas Partey and Gabi should start to create a partnership that will look to kill off the half spaces to deny Iniesta and Messi's creative abilities. At the Camp Nou this season, Ernesto Valverde's have won 10 of 12 games. Antoine Griezmann , with seven goals in his previous two matches, got his first sight of goal in the 75th mi...

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  • Trailed by legal woes, Netanyahu to meet 'true friend' Trump
Trailed by legal woes, Netanyahu to meet 'true friend' Trump

They are not allowed to leave the country for six months and are prohibited from talking to any of the other suspects in the case for three months. Even as he prepared for his trip, Netanyahu was again questioned by police in Jerusalem on Friday in connection with alleged corruption as concerns mount over whether he will eventually be forced fr...

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  • General election in Italy
General election in Italy

Photographers in the room to shoot the scene jostled for position amid the chaos. Berlusconi, 81, turned away and was escorted out. News reports recalled that Femen activists disrupted Berlusconi's vote in 2013 as well. "I think if they create a coalition among all the populists it would be fantastic, it would terrify Brussels and pierce it in ...

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  • Status Red Snow-Ice Alert Remains In Place
Status Red Snow-Ice Alert Remains In Place

People are being urged to exercise extreme caution if they go outside and to only drive if it's absolutely necessary. The National Emergency Co-ordination Group met in Dublin on Tuesday and warned the public to prepare for an exceptional weather event.

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  • ICC World Cup Qualifier 2018, Big chance for Afganistan
ICC World Cup Qualifier 2018, Big chance for Afganistan

Skipper Assad Vala was instrumental in PNG's only win over UAE last season while they will also be banking on Sese Bau and Norman Vanua to take them through in the batting and bowling departments respectively. "The pressure will be on the Test nations and not on us". The two finalists of the tournament will qualify for the World Cup next year. But ...

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  • Syrian troops advance in rebel-held region near capital
Syrian troops advance in rebel-held region near capital

Orient TV, which supports the opposition to Bashar al-Assad, said advances by regime forces had triggered large-scale displacement. The UN Security Council demanded a 30-day countrywide ceasefire a week ago, but this has failed to take effect.

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  • Teenager jailed for life for planned terror attack on Justin Bieber gig
Teenager jailed for life for planned terror attack on Justin Bieber gig

Evidence during his trial showed that Gunton had researched several targets in Cardiff , the Welsh capital, including a shopping center and Bieber's performance on June 30, 2017. " Lloyd Gunton's behaviour over many months leaves no doubt that he meant to kill and maim as many people as possible in an attack reminiscent of the incident on Westmin...

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  • Big Ten Basketball: Reaction from the Quarterfinals of the 2018 Conference Tournament
Big Ten Basketball: Reaction from the Quarterfinals of the 2018 Conference Tournament

Meanwhile, the Wolverines' defensive intensity kept them at arm's length, given that they'd missed their final 8 attempts from the floor in the first period, and Wagner had whiffed on all 7 of his field-goal attempts over the first 20 minutes.

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  • Saudi crown prince lands in Egypt on first public trip
Saudi crown prince lands in Egypt on first public trip

The head of Prince Mohammed's office, Bader al-Asaker, tweeted that the prince's plane was escorted by Egyptian fighter jets when it entered its air space. In April 2017, King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz conferred with the Coptic pope at a Cairo hotel where the Saudi monarch was staying during an official visit to Egypt.

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  • Iran calls on US, Europe to scrap nuclear arms, missiles
Iran calls on US, Europe to scrap nuclear arms, missiles

Ali Akbar Velayati , foreign policy advisor to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, criticised Le Drian´s position on Saturday, just two days before they are expected to meet. sanctions relief on May 12. He added, "Defensive preparedness is among basic rights of every nation and no country can decide for us or other states ...

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  • Angela Merkel Admits That 'No-Go Zones' Exist In Germany
Angela Merkel Admits That 'No-Go Zones' Exist In Germany

But it is surely the beginning of the end. Jens Spahn, a member of Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) who has been critical of her at times, said the coalition agreement conservative and SPD leaders struck last month "is no furious firework of innovation".

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  • Roger Bannister dies, aged 88
Roger Bannister dies, aged 88

Bannister, who used his medical knowledge to devise his own training regime and investigate the mechanical aspects of running, turned his sights on becoming the first person to run inside four minutes for the mile after the Olympics and twice went close to achieving his goal in 1953.

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