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Sall said Gambia and Senegal, a regional power that surrounds the tiny country except for its coast, must strengthen economic and other relations. After his predecessor finally agreed to step down, Mr Barrow was able to arrange a stadium event back in his homeland, near the capital city Banjul.
  • South Jersey's Burlington Coat Factory latest to drop Ivanka Trump

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    The Canadian e-commerce company, Hudson's Bay is following suit; it will be dropping Ivanka Trump's lifestyle brand like Nordstrom before it. Is this exodus from Trump about the customers or the integrity of the brand? Nordstrom took steps to defend its relationship with the Ivanka Trump brand days before Trump was elected.
  • Andrew Puzder withdraws from consideration as labor chief

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    He was a member of the National Labor Relations Board, where he participated in or authored more than 125 opinions. Four Senate Republicans have told GOP leaders they won't support President Trump's nominee for labor secretary - raising the possibility there won't be enough votes to confirm him, it was reported Wednesday.
  • PM, President condemn attack on Lal Shahbaz Qalandar's shrine

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    The Pakistani army chief was quoted as saying by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director Major General Asif Ghafoor on Twitter: "Each drop of the nation's blood shall be revenged, and revenged immediately". KARACHI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday strongly condemned a suicide attack on Lal Shahbaz Qalandar Shrine which killed at least 25 people and left scores of others wounded .
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    Examining Encana Corporation (ECA)'s track record of earnings

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    Full-year profit views are for Encana Corporation to earn $0.02 in current year and grow profits by almost -128.57% over last year's earnings of -$0.07. The correct version of this piece of content can be accessed at https://baseballnewssource.com/markets/encana-corporation-eca-now-covered-by-analysts-at-j-p-morgan-chase-co/435261.html.
  • Kim Jong-Un's Brother 'Killed By Two Female Spies' In Airport

    Kim Jong-Un's Brother 'Killed By Two Female Spies' In Airport

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    The autopsy was carried out as scheduled on Wednesday (15 February). In Malaysia, the police chief in charge of Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Assistant Commissioner Abdul Aziz Ali, told AFP a Korean in his forties was found sick at the airport on Monday.
  • Humans Must Merge With Robots Or Become Irrelevant, Says Elon Musk

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    How can humans stay relevant in an age of artificial intelligence? " This may be just wishful thinking [but] I hope we are out there on Mars and maybe beyond Mars to the moons of Jupiter ". Musk declined to provide exact figures but he added: "By next year, you'll be able to travel anywhere (using electric cars); charging locations will be also extended in Qatar, Bahrain, Oman and Saudi Arabia in the Gulf".
  • Kremlin says Flynn resignation an internal matter for USA

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    At the same time, Matviyenko noted that the restoration of relations was a long process as relations could not be reset immediately. The Kremlin has announced that there is still no agreement about President Vladimir Putin's first official meeting with his USA counterpart Donald Trump, however the two will definitely meet at the G20 summit in July.
  • Russian Jets Buzzed US Destroyer

    Russian Jets Buzzed US Destroyer

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    The ship's commander described the actions as " unsafe and unprofessional ", a USA military spokesman said . One involved two Russian Su-24 jets, another a separate Su-24, and the third a larger IL-38. The USS Porter , a missile ship, was buzzed by Vladimir Putin's military aircraft three times as it moved through waters near Russian Federation.
  • Anti-Trump protests held in Mexico against USA president's 'campaign of xenophobia'

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    Trump angered many Mexicans by describing some who attempt to illegally enter the United States as "rapists" and "drug dealers" during his campaign for the presidency. Videgaray added that in some USA states over the past three or four days, there had been signs of changes in some procedures relating to the treatment of undocumented migrants, and that in California, there had been more visible operations against migrants.
  • Kaden Reddick: Tributes to schoolboy, 10, killed by falling barrier in Topshop

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    Officers have been here all night and remain on site to continue their investigations. An inquest is yet to open and no date for a postmortem examination has been set. Topshop has removed till barrier units from all its stores after a 10-year-old boy died in a "horrific accident". A Reading council spokeswoman said: "Our thoughts are with the family during this hard time".
  • 33 killed after coach overturns in Taiwan

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    Premier Lin Chan arrived at both Wanfang Hospital and Taipei Medical University Hospital to visit crash victims and called the incident tragic and heartbreaking. Tsai said authorities must "make all efforts to save the injured people and properly handle the aftermath". All of the deceased were reported as Taiwan nationals.