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Feeling the eyes of the world baring down on him, the preteen is quick to shake of his mum's attempts to lovingly clasp his paw as they walk through Washington DC. After a long night at victory rally and over 24 hours without sleep, Trump's youngest son couldn't seem to keep his eyes open. One awkward and much-shared clip showed Melania flashing a wooden smile when Trump turned to face her during one of the inauguration's benedictions, then quickly dropping her smile into a grimace once he ...
  • Iran to realize OPEC-designated production quota

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    The producers hope that this combined 1.8 million bpd will reduce a global glut that has depressed oil prices and battered their public finances, despite being good news for consumers. "We are doing all we can to participate in the implementation of the agreement" reached with the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and non-cartel members, Novak added.
  • Turkey's ruling party and police hit in fresh attacks

    Turkey's ruling party and police hit in fresh attacks

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    Yesterday's gunfire came less than 12 hours after two rocket attacks in the city on a police headquarters and the ruling Justice and Development Party's (AKP) Istanbul offices late last Friday. The IS has claimed responsibility for the mass shooting. Istanbul Governor Vasip Şahin said on Twitter late Friday that no one was injured in the attack on the police headquarters, and an investigation had been launched.
  • Ghana book quarter-final spot, Egypt boost chances

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    Mali were the better side in the second half forcing goalie Razak Brimah into four match winning saves from Bissouma, Bakary Sakho and substitutes Khalifah Coulibaly but the Ghanaians held on for maximum points. Egypt now soar up to second place in Group D on three points as Uganda becomes the first team eliminated from the tournament after two consecutive losses.
  • Man Taken by Crocodile While Wading Across Australian River

    Man Taken by Crocodile While Wading Across Australian River

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    They described the man's injuries as "consistent with being taken by a crocodile" before taking the body to Darwin. Cahill's Crossing is a renowned fishing spot for prized barramundi, but attracts crocodiles as well as anglers. Parks and Wildlife Commission NT crocodile management chief ranger Tom Nichols told News.com.au that "people just need to be aware this time of year".
  • Suspended MH370 search could resume in future - Australian minister

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    He was commenting on the announcement made by Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai on the suspension of the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 which went missing on March 8, 2014. and we deeply regret that the plane has not been found". A large object detected on the seafloor that was just an old shipwreck. The search, suspended nearly three years after the plane disappeared without a trace, was being done by Malaysia, Australia and China.
  • Israel Must Decide Between Peace and Occupation

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    Secretary of State John Kerry promised Netanyahu that there would not be any follow-up action to the Paris conference and that Washington would oppose any further political action at the Security Council. Israel's U.N. Ambassador Danny Danon says it has set back peace. "Such common language etween the new governments in the US and the United Kingdom does not bode well for peace at all and undermines the stability and security of an already volatile region", Ashrawi added.
  • United States sanctions Bosnian Serb nationalist leader

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    More than a week ago, the Serb entity officially celebrated the creation of the small state for the second year in a row, defying a ruling from Bosnia's Constitutional Court. RS officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, told BIRN that Dodik will soon try to capitalize on the confusion caused by the controversy over the participation of the Bosnian army's Third Infantry Regiment - which is made of soldiers from RS - in some of the events in Banja Luka on January 8 and 9.
  • School shooting in N Mexico critically injures 5

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  • Britain to leave EU's single market: May

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    Mrs May will be pushed for more answers when she appears in the Commons for Prime Minister's Questions later. The pound, which had fallen in advance of the speech , later recovered. At the same time, May rolled out an optimistic vision of free trade agreement with the European Union and seeking greater engagement with India, Commonwealth and the rest of the world.
  • Kevin O'Leary now in the Conservative leadership race

    Kevin O'Leary now in the Conservative leadership race

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    The Conservative Party of Canada needs a candidate who can beat Justin Trudeau and bring back jobs to this country!" "It's official, I'm in". Mr O'Leary, a Montreal-born investor and entrepreneur, is pitching himself as the business-minded, fiscally conservative candidate in the packed field of hopefuls.
  • Chinese freight train arrives in UK

    Chinese freight train arrives in UK

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    The final leg of its intercontinental trip was under the sea, in the Channel Tunnel between France and the United Kingdom. The train has reached London around 18 days later, making it twice as fast as transport by sea. Run by Yiwu Timex Industrial Investment, the Yiwu-London freight service makes London the 15th European city to have a direct rail link with China after the 2013 unveiling of the "One Belt, One Road" initiative by Chinese premier Xi Jinping.