• Swedish leader warns tariffs 'will hurt us all,' as Trump doubles down
Swedish leader warns tariffs 'will hurt us all,' as Trump doubles down

That figure is based off data from the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis. Mr. Trump is right that the US relationship goes back a long way - Sweden recognized USA independence in 1783, and the first Swedish immigrants landed in DE in 1638, the State Department also points out.

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  • Chelsea Clinton calls Ivanka Trump fair game for tough questions
Chelsea Clinton calls Ivanka Trump fair game for tough questions

Clinton did, however, say that Ivanka should "expect" to be criticized for not only her own actions, or lack thereof, but also the actions of her father. "I think it's a pretty inappropriate question to ask a daughter if she believes the accusers of her father when he's affirmatively stated that there's no truth to it".

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  • European Union to reject Theresa May's trade deal demands in draft negotiating guidelines
European Union to reject Theresa May's trade deal demands in draft negotiating guidelines

The EU would start working towards an arrangement for Britain that was similar to its trade deal with Canada, the draft guidelines said, according to Bloomberg. "Which it described as a partnership that would be: "more than a traditional free trade agreement". In Brussels , Davis's European Union counterpart Michel Barnier meets Arlene Foster,...

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  • Deccan Queen train to have all-female staff on International Women's Day
Deccan Queen train to have all-female staff on International Women's Day

The train was boarded by all women-crew consisting of a motor woman, guard, Ticket Checker and Railway Protection Force (RPF). Jain also said that from tomorrow, train No. "The commercial department has deployed 13 clerks and three tickchecking staff, 11 operating staff (station master and pointsperson) and four RPF personnel".

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  • Guatemala Plans Jerusalem Embassy Move by May
Guatemala Plans Jerusalem Embassy Move by May

Trump's symbolic move drew waves of worldwide criticism when first announced in December 2017 (see WikiTribune's previous coverage). President Jimmy Morales made the announcement in Washington Sunday in an address to the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), an influential pro-Israeli lobbying group.

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  • Sensible gun laws are indeed possible
Sensible gun laws are indeed possible

While the Quinnipiac Poll shows that 97 percent are in favor of universal background checks, pro-gun advocates find the opportunity to play on the fears of those involved in gun culture. Weapons are created to achieve a certain objective and should be restricted to that goal. Almost all of these tragedies used military-level assault rifles that c...

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  • South African Triathlete to Undergo Surgery
South African Triathlete to Undergo Surgery

De la Porte said she spent the whole day with Gwala at Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital. He is conscious. The circumstances seem really freaky and I haven't quite got to grips with exactly what happened. "Absolutely disgusting! How safe are we on SA roads?". Police spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Thulani Zwane said an attempted murder case had...

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  • Syama Prasad Mookerjee's bust vandalised in Kolkata, six detained
Syama Prasad Mookerjee's bust vandalised in Kolkata, six detained

The men, wearing saffron T-shirts used a bulldozer to raze the statue of Lenin, installed just months ago by the CPM govt in Tripura. Past year also there were reports of Ambedkar statue vandalism in Meerut and Muzaffarnagar. "BJP supporters do not need to demolish statues of Communist leaders, for the Communists are withering away", said Rahul S...

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  • United Kingdom can expect a 'stronger' relationship with Saudi Arabia after Brexit
United Kingdom can expect a 'stronger' relationship with Saudi Arabia after Brexit

We have yet to receive anything from authorities", Air India spokesman Praveen Bhatnagar told i24NEWS on Tuesday. No breakthrough is expected on the UK's bid to stage the listing of Saudi Aramco , the world's largest oil company, on the London Stock Exchange.

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  • Karnataka Lokayukta PV Shetty stabbed; BJP blames Congress: 10 developments
Karnataka Lokayukta PV Shetty stabbed; BJP blames Congress: 10 developments

The attack was filmed on security cameras. According to early reports, Karnataka Lokayukta Vishwanath Shetty had gone to his office for a hearing when a man named Tejas Sharma allegedly attacked him with a knife. Amid reports of a security breach, Siddaramaiah said he had asked police to look into it and take action. "It looks like he has att...

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  • Wolfe Research Reiterates
Wolfe Research Reiterates "Market Perform" Rating for EQT Midstream Partners (NYSE:EQM)

Hedge funds and other institutional investors own 41.14% of the company's stock. Tinicum Inc who had been investing in Kennametal Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $3.52B market cap company. The firm earned "Buy" rating on Tuesday, June 14 by Seaport Global. (NYSE:HCHC). Northern Trust invested 0% of its portfolio in HC2 ...

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  • State Lawmakers Hope To Help Teachers' Pay
State Lawmakers Hope To Help Teachers' Pay

The Oklahoma Education Association met with state school superintendents Tuesday and set a deadline for lawmakers to fund pay raises for teachers. Those breaks may include exempting teachers in the state from income tax. "What we are pushing for is to ramp up pressure on the Legislature and then work with the districts to close schools" if the ...

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  • Restrictions in parts of Srinagar, Shopian
Restrictions in parts of Srinagar, Shopian

Mirwaiz said as no responsibility is fixed for these killings and there is no accountability, the highly worrisome reality is that the lives of the people of Kashmiris is perpetually at greater risk as "they are at the mercy of the forces".

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"No more stars in United States except me" - Trump mocks 2018 Oscars

Reasoning out, the president tweeted on Tuesday morning that the problem behind the lowest rated Oscar is that the industry does not have Stars anymore. " The Shape of Water " emerged as the big victor with four honours at the event, where stars mostly stayed away from the industry's concerns over Trump's administration - a contrast from a politics...

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  • Conrad Sangma takes oath as Meghalaya chief minister
Conrad Sangma takes oath as Meghalaya chief minister

The NPP, which secured 19 seats on its own, has the backing of six United Democratic Party (UDP) legislators, four People's Democratic Front (PDF) MLAs, two each from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Hill State People's Democratic Party (HSPDP) MLAs and an independents, taking the combined strength of the alliance to 34.

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  • United Nations begins aid delivery to rebel-held suburbs of Damascus
United Nations begins aid delivery to rebel-held suburbs of Damascus

Rami Abdurrahman, director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, says there has been no letup to the government's assault on the rebel-held suburbs. Hours after the truce is meant to come into effect, the United Nations says fighting continues, making relief operations impossible. Rebels have consistently denied this accusation and say pe...

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  • Delhi HC issues notice to ED on Nirav Modi-owned firm's plea
Delhi HC issues notice to ED on Nirav Modi-owned firm's plea

Raids across Nirav Modi's establishments and properties have, according to ED's claims, yielded over Rs 6000 crore, which included luxury cars like the Rolls Royce Ghost and Porsche Panamera, two Mercedes Benz GL class, three Honda cars and a Toyota Fortuner.

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  • China, EU, Canada threaten retaliation if United States starts trade war
China, EU, Canada threaten retaliation if United States starts trade war

In a almost two-hour speech to the legislature, Premier Li Keqiang did not mention the scrapping of term limits but emphasized the primacy of Xi and the ruling Communist Party he leads in all aspects of Chinese life. The changes are part of a proposed "CCP leadership system" approved by the party on Feb 28, the people said. And he's great. -And...

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  • Kremlin 'ready to cooperate' over former spy's illness in UK
Kremlin 'ready to cooperate' over former spy's illness in UK

Authorities say the two, both in critical condition, were exposed to an "unknown substance ". "The pair, who we believe are known to each other, did not have any visible injuries and were taken to Salisbury District Hospital". He said counter-terrorism police were assisting the investigation. Samples from the scene are being tested at Porton D...

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  • Centrica (CNA) Receives
Centrica (CNA) Receives "Outperform" Rating from Credit Suisse Group

Kronos Worldwide, Inc. (KRO) has risen 245.94% since March 7, 2017 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 1.43% the S&P500. In a research report sent to investors and clients on 6 March, Ashtead Group PLC (LON:AHT) stock had its "Buy" Rating restate by professional analysts at Liberum Capital.

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  • Russian Federation says the United States has meddled in its upcoming presidential vote
Russian Federation says the United States has meddled in its upcoming presidential vote

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told a leading Russian news agency the United States has tried to destabilise his country ahead of this month's historic vote. That same year, the US joined France and the U.K.in attacking the Libyan military in support of a rebel uprising against Libyan leader Muammar el-Qaddafi.

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  • Justice Department Sues State Of California Over Sanctuary Policies
Justice Department Sues State Of California Over Sanctuary Policies

Another state law dubbed known by critics as the "sanctuary state" bill protects immigrants without legal residency by limiting state and municipal cooperation with the feds, including what information can be shared about illegal-immigrant inmates.

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  • Parliament adjourned following uproar on various issues
Parliament adjourned following uproar on various issues

Many trooped near the Speaker's podium carrying placards. Congress and TMC members raised the issue of bank fraud cases asking the government to get the diamond merchant Nirav Modi arrested. AIADMK members also had rushed to the well demanding immediate setting up of Cauvery Water Management Board . As the House continued to witness uproario...

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  • Ireland ruling paves way for abortion referendum
Ireland ruling paves way for abortion referendum

Sky News' Ireland Correspondent, Darren McCaffrey, said the ruling appears to have cleared the way for the government's planned abortion referendum in a country where artificially ending a pregnancy is illegal. It will require a debate and a vote to be held in both houses. "We owe it, in particular, to the young people of Ireland who have been ca...

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  • 1st new gun control law since Florida shooting signed in Oregon
1st new gun control law since Florida shooting signed in Oregon

Oregon's bill is the first of any state to tighten firearm regulations since the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., that killed 14 students and three educators. The bill that Brown signed Monday closes a loophole in a 2015 law that excluded some abusers from the ban on buying or owning guns and ammunit...

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