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Theresa May says that the EU must "develop" its Brexit position

Media playback is not supported on your device Mediascript Theresa May spoke during a visit to Northern Ireland Friday The European Union must "develop" its position on Brexit and not fall back on unchanging Proposals for the Irish The limit, Theresa May has said. The Prime Minister made comments in Belfast on Friday during a two-day visit to Northern Ireland. …

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Afghan Taliban claims indirect talks with the United States

Get breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE PESHAWAR, Pakistan – US officials meet with former Taliban members in intensified efforts to put down the United States longest war, three of the militant group commander told NBC News. The talks have taken place in Afghanistan, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, according …

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Parliament is debating confidence in the Government of Modi

NEW DELHI – Congress leader Rahul Gandhi accused the government of failing to live up to its promises when the Indian Parliament debated a confidence process on Friday by the opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modis government. [19659002] Gandhi, the spy of the Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty, accused the government of creating just 400,000 new jobs against the 20 million promised …

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WhatsApp limits forwarding in India after lynchings

New Delhi (AFP) – WhatsApp announced Friday limits on forwarding messages from its 200 million Indian users in an attempt to stop a rush of horrific lynchings and to eliminate the government's threat of legal action in its largest market. [19659002] More than 20 people have been slaughtered by crazy bullying over the last two months in India after being …

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Macro to shoot bodyguard captured on camera protests: Elysee

PARIS (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron has decided to postpone a bodyguard captured on the camera and hit a May protestor after "new facts" arose about the alleged offense, the president's office said on Friday. Police were also questioned on Thursday about the incident, the prosecutor said separately. Macron had been on fire after Le Monde newspaper revealed that …

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WhatsApp fights the message forwarding in bid to deter India Lynch mobs

MUMBAI / BENGALURU (Reuters) – Facebook Incs WhatsApp rolls out a global test to clear messages forwarded by users, said the announcement program after rumors spread to several deaths in India and triggered calls for action from authorities. The WhatsApp app logo is viewed on a smartphone in this image, the illustration of September 15, 2017. REUTERS / Dado Ruvic …

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US arrested in protest in Vietnam should be deported

HONG KONG – A US graduate student arrested during a protest in Vietnam last month will be released and deported, a court announced Friday, soon after the man went to trial to disturb public order. The student, Nguyen, had joined demonstrations against proposed special economic zones that protesters feared would lead to Chinese control of Vietnamese territory. Mr. Nguyen, a …

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Israel's eastern Jerusalem plan becomes cold Palestinian reception

JERUSALEM – Israel's planned half billion dollars to develop Palestinian territories in East Jerusalem and accommodate residents from poverty becomes a cold reception from the many people who should benefit. Israel says It hopes that the program will improve living conditions in poor Palestinian territories and give residents access to Israel's robust economy. But the city's long neglected Palestinian society …

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Vietnam to deport American student detained by protest

A court in Communist Vietnam on Friday ordered the release and deportation of US student Will Nguyen, imprisoned last month during a protest against China. Nguyen, a 32-year-old Houston native, was accused of "causing public disorder" at protests on June 10 in Ho Chi Minh City. The accused had a potential sentence of up to seven years in prison, but …

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Putin invitations send DC to Russian dusk zone

"Say it again," said Coats, making a double laughing in disbelief on the absurdity of the latest episode in Russia's saga. When he had gathered, he added: "Okaaaay … It will be special." It was a comical twist that exemplified how Trump has tipped American Foreign Policy and the Presidential Convention on its head since his controversial summit with Putin …

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