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Dutch hero Van Dijk consoles tearful referee moments after scoring late equalizer vs Germany (VIDEO)

Dutch captain Virgil van Dijk provided a touching moment by consoling the recently bereaved referee in his team’s game against Germany, just minutes after netting a late equalizer to book a spot in the Nations League semi-finals. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Dutch hero Van Dijk consoles tearful referee moments after scoring late equalizer vs Germany (VIDEO)

Dutch captain Virgil van Dijk provided a touching moment by consoling the recently bereaved referee in his team’s game against Germany, just minutes after netting a late equalizer to book a spot in the Nations League semi-finals. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Mayweather wants to challenge me’ – Pacquiao fuels talk of big-money rematch

Manny Pacquiao has reignited talk of a potential superfight with Floyd Mayweather Jr., saying the pair have spoken about a possible fight in 2019. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Mayweather wants to challenge me’ – Pacquiao fuels talk of big-money rematch

Manny Pacquiao has reignited talk of a potential superfight with Floyd Mayweather Jr., saying the pair have spoken about a possible fight in 2019. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘It’s fiction, it won’t happen’ – UEFA boss shuts down European Super League talk

Reported plans for a breakaway European Super League have been dismissed as «fiction» by two of the highest-ranked figures in European football. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘It’s fiction, it won’t happen’ – UEFA boss shuts down European Super League talk

Reported plans for a breakaway European Super League have been dismissed as «fiction» by two of the highest-ranked figures in European football. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Stop interfering, Russia!’ Hackers blamed as lowly Sirotkin tops F1 driver of the year vote

Russian hackers have expanded their nefarious reach to meddle in the Sky Sports Formula 1 best driver vote, according to furious fans, as Sergey Sirotkin unexpectedly leads the rankings ahead of far more illustrious rivals. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Stop interfering, Russia!’ Hackers blamed as lowly Sirotkin tops F1 driver of the year vote

Russian hackers have expanded their nefarious reach to meddle in the Sky Sports Formula 1 best driver vote, according to furious fans, as Sergey Sirotkin unexpectedly leads the rankings ahead of far more illustrious rivals. Read Full Article at RT.com

NPC rescinding IP’s transfer, a result of independent commissions: Ranil

In a twitter message, UNP leader Ranil Wickremesinghe said the intervention by the Police Commission to prevent the arbitrary executive action of transferring a police officer was an important result of the independent commissions introduced by the 19th Amend
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NPC rescinding IP’s transfer, a result of independent commissions: Ranil

In a twitter message, UNP leader Ranil Wickremesinghe said the intervention by the Police Commission to prevent the arbitrary executive action of transferring a police officer was an important result of the independent commissions introduced by the 19th Amendment.

More rains likely in next few days

More rains can be expected over the island with the low pressure area in the Southern Bay of Bengal likely to intensify into a depression and move westwards, the Department of Meteorology said.
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More rains likely in next few days

More rains can be expected over the island with the low pressure area in the Southern Bay of Bengal likely to intensify into a depression and move westwards, the Department of Meteorology said.

Chilli Powder thrown at Delhi Chief Minister

A man had thrown chilli powder at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal outside his office at the Delhi Secretariat today, the NDTV reported. The attacker, identified as Anil Kumar, has been taken into custody, officials said.
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Chilli Powder thrown at Delhi Chief Minister

A man had thrown chilli powder at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal outside his office at the Delhi Secretariat today, the NDTV reported. The attacker, identified as Anil Kumar, has been taken into custody, officials said.

Kohl's tops same-store sales estimates, raises forecast

Department store operator Kohl's Corp reported better-than-expected quarterly same-store sales on Tuesday, benefiting from its revamped stores and merchandise as well as its partnerships with Amazon.com and Under Armour .
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Kohl's tops same-store sales estimates, raises forecast

Department store operator Kohl's Corp reported better-than-expected quarterly same-store sales on Tuesday, benefiting from its revamped stores and merchandise as well as its partnerships with Amazon.com and Under Armour .

Critics urge Interpol to reject Russian candidate for chief

A growing chorus of critics is calling on Interpol to reject a Russian candidate to lead the organisation, over fears Moscow could abuse the presidency to target political opponents.
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Critics urge Interpol to reject Russian candidate for chief

A growing chorus of critics is calling on Interpol to reject a Russian candidate to lead the organisation, over fears Moscow could abuse the presidency to target political opponents.

Saudi FM: Justice for Khashoggi is a Saudi demand before it is an international one

Tue, 2018-11-20 02:40 JEDDAH: Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir has reiterated that the authorities in the Kingdom are more determined than those in any other country that the people guilty of killing Jamal Khashoggi should be held to account.
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Saudi FM: Justice for Khashoggi is a Saudi demand before it is an international one

Tue, 2018-11-20 02:40 JEDDAH: Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir has reiterated that the authorities in the Kingdom are more determined than those in any other country that the people guilty of killing Jamal Khashoggi should be held to account. The death of the Saudi journalist, who was killed in the Kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2, provoked international outrage. Al-Jubeir said that the pursuit of justice for the slain journalist is first and foremost a Saudi demand, ahead of any call for action from other countries. In an interview with Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper, the minister said Saudi Arabia was investigating the case because it involved a Saudi citizen, and that anyone with information should contact the Saudi judiciary and pass it on. Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for five of 11 suspects so far charged with murdering journalist. The Kingdom’s top diplomat also talked about the strong links between the Saudi leaders and their people. He said that any attack on the Kingdom’s leadership, represented by King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, represents a red line and there will be no tolerance of any moves against the leadership or for “any attempts to undermine...our leadership by anyone, under any pretext.” Where does Saudi diplomacy stand today, after the unprecedented attack on the Kingdom in light of the murder of Mr. Khashoggi? A: First I would express my deepest condolences to the family of Jamal Khashoggi – may God rest his soul. As for Saudi diplomacy, Saudi Arabia is a leading country, not only in the Arab and Islamic worlds, but also internationally. Saudi Arabia has always been a bulwark for peace, stability and prosperity in the region and the world. It has always confronted and defeated the forces of evil and destruction. Therefore, and due to what this diplomacy represents, Saudi Arabia stands on firm ground and has a well-founded position, whatever the circumstances and challenges. As for the attacks on the Kingdom after the terrible crime that led to the death of Jamal Khashoggi, the Kingdom’s leadership ordered the public prosecutor to investigate the case and hold all the culprits accountable. Consequently, the Public Prosecution sent the culprits to court. King Salman ordered the formation of a committee headed by the Crown Prince to supervise the procedures in the General Intelligence Presidency and restructure this body to ensure that such crimes will not occur in the future. The Kingdom has taken all necessary measures to achieve justice and hold accountable all those involved in the murder of Saudi citizen Jamal Khashoggi. As for the media campaigns and attempts to politicize this case, those that stand behind these efforts and their motives are now exposed, especially after the transparent announcement of the results of the investigations and the referral of the matter to the courts. Throughout history, the Kingdom has been the target of many media tendentious campaigns, and different sources and arguments were used to undermine the role of the Kingdom and its position. The United States imposed sanctions on a number of persons. How do you evaluate the US sanctions on the case and how do you see the future of Saudi-US relations? A: Our relations with the United States are strategic, and we have common and vital interests in terms of the security and stability of the region and the world. The Kingdom’s leadership is keen on maintaining and promoting the strategic relations and the historic partnership with the US, which has spanned over more than seven decades. We also appreciate the interest of the US government and the positions of friendly countries around the world regarding the issue of Jamal Khashoggi and their support for the procedures taken by the Kingdom and its leadership to ensure justice and accountability. As for the imposed sanctions, they were sanctions against individuals and were not targeted at the Kingdom’s government or economy. How do you see the Turkish statements that highlighted the importance of an international investigation into this case? A: We reject any attempts to politically exploit Khashoggi’s case, and those who seek justice should submit the evidence they have to the Saudi judiciary, the sole competent body in this case. In light of the Turkish position, which apparently sought to politicize the issue, how do you see the future of Saudi-Turkish relations? A: We appreciate the positive Turkish attitude towards the formation of the Joint Task Force. The Kingdom cooperated with the Turkish side, and the Saudi Public Prosecution asked its Turkish counterpart to provide any detailed evidence through three memoranda. Unfortunately, the Public Prosecution has not yet received the requested evidence. We hope that the Turkish authorities will provide the Public Prosecution with the evidence related to the case to be referred to the court. I would like to emphasize that the legal measures that were taken, ensure justice and accountability and thwart any attempts to politicize the case. As you know, Saudi Arabia and Turkey are two important countries in the Islamic world, linked by historic ties. Unfortunately, some statements made by some individuals in Turkey do not serve this purpose, but rather, they strain these ties. We in Saudi Arabia, do not want this to happen because it will hinder us from addressing important issues, most notable of which is the solidarity of the Islamic World. The Kingdom has put the case of Jamal Khashoggi in its legal framework and it won’t accept any politicization of this issue, because it does not serve the ties between Saudi Arabia and Turkey, nor does it serve cooperation among Islamic countries. What is your position on the Turkish statements, which stressed that a senior Saudi figure ordered the killing of Khashoggi (in an indirect reference to the Crown Prince)? A: We have already inquired from the Turkish government – at its highest levels – about these statements and their meaning, and they affirmed that these statements were not made in reference to the Crown Prince. We have informed them that if they have any evidence, they should provide it to the Public Prosecution. we have heard many statements regarding this but the Public Prosecution said that no evidence was presented so far. Our goal is to collect all information and evidence on this issue for the sake of the investigations; and to prevent media influence that does not serve the interest of justice, which is a requirement for all of us. I would like to highlight here that the Saudi leadership represented by King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, is a redline and we will not tolerate any attempts to undermine our leadership from any party under any pretext, because they represent every Saudi citizen. But media reports in the United States indicated that the US intelligence assessment is that the Crown Prince issued the order. What is your response to this? A: I have seen the media reports that you are referring to, they are leaks that have not been officially announced, and I noted that they are based on assessment and not conclusive evidence. In all cases, we, in the Kingdom, know that such allegations about the Crown Prince are completely not true and we totally reject them; whether such allegations are made through leaks or otherwise. We also saw how some stories stating that the Saudi ambassador to the United States, Prince Khalid bin Salman contacted Mr. Khashoggi before the latter went to the Consulate, and this is also not true at all and has been firmly refuted, which points to the conclusion that the sources of these leaks are not reliable. Saudi Arabia has pledged to conduct full and transparent investigations to uncover the truth of the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. The Public Prosecution presented the results of its investigations last Thursday. How do you assess the international reaction to the results of the investigations? A: The Kingdom has not investigated the death of Jamal Khashoggi for the sake of international public opinion. We investigated it because it is a crime that was committed against a Saudi citizen. This is unacceptable and those who committed the crime must be held accountable. The Public Prosecution announced the preliminary results and that the investigations are still ongoing. The outcome of the investigation so far was enough to indict 11 individuals and refer them to court. There are still investigations with the rest of those in custody. The trial will move forward according to the evidence and confessions obtained. Achieving justice in this case is a Saudi demand before being an international one, especially that the crime was compounded by the fact that those people presented a false and misleading report about what happened at the Consulate that day. More than 45 days have passed since the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, yet the location of the body is still unknown, amid conflicting stories and information about what actually happened... Do you know the truth about that? A: The Public Prosecution issued a statement last Thursday on the results of the investigation based on the evidence and confessions that were obtained. It also confirmed that the investigation is still ongoing. It is important to note that the cooperation of the Turkish side and the provision of their evidence will help in reaching the truth. As the Public Prosecution had stated, its findings are based on its investigations and it hopes that the Turkish side will present all the evidence in their possession. This brings us back to the subject of the story presented by the Kingdom about the truth of what happened, which has changed several times and the international media shed a light on this point. Is this the final version? A: What happened was as follows: those who carried out the crime presented a misleading and false report, and accordingly the story was denied. When conflicting reports became apparent that contradicted the information they presented in their report, King Salman ordered the Public Prosecutor to conduct an investigation, which resulted in the preliminary findings that were first announced by the Public Prosecutor. As the investigations continued, and sufficient evidence and confessions were gathered to refer the matter to court; the Public Prosecutor announced the results of his investigation and indicted a number of individuals and referred them to court. Should the investigation uncover any new evidence the Public Prosecution will announce that in a transparent manner. The Turkish president announced that his country has presented sound recordings to a Saudi intelligence official? Is it true that you have listened to the recordings of Ankara? A: The Public Prosecution has announced that they did not receive any evidence from the Turkish side, and we hope that the Turkish authorities will provide whatever evidence in their possession, including any recordings, so that the Public Prosecution could provide such evidence formally to the courts. What we seek is to obtain any evidence to achieve justice in this case, in a transparent manner. Do you fear any repercussion on defence contracts and equipment with some countries? What options do you have in this regard, especially since you are still involved in the war in Yemen and working to confront Iranian threats from your territory? A: The Kingdom is committed to defend its land, its borders and its people against any regional threats. We always prefer to procure our defence requirements from our traditional allies; as this also contributes to the strengthening of our strategic relations. However, the Kingdom’s responsibility to defend its land and people requires that we secure the necessary defence capabilities regardless of the source. To what extent will the death of Jamal Khashoggi affect the Kingdom’s relations with its partners around the world, especially in light of what is being circulated on the imposition of sanctions on the Kingdom? A: The Kingdom’s relations with its partners around the world are strategic and important in terms of facing common challenges and maintaining security and stability in the region and the world. The Kingdom’s partners around the world appreciate its role and position. We are in constant contact with our partners and the Kingdom was the first to take action against the suspects in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, followed by other countries that imposed measures on some individuals in a way that does not affect the strategic relations or common political and economic interests for Saudi Arabia and its allies. 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UN urges more efforts to integrate migrant children in schools

The United Nations on Tuesday called on countries to step up efforts to integrate the growing numbers of refugee and migrant children worldwide into their education systems. The number of school-age migrant and refugee children has risen 26 percent since 200
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UN urges more efforts to integrate migrant children in schools

The United Nations on Tuesday called on countries to step up efforts to integrate the growing numbers of refugee and migrant children worldwide into their education systems. The number of school-age migrant and refugee children has risen 26 percent since 2000 to some 18 million, the UNESCO cultural agency wrote in its 2019 Global Education Monitoring report. Around half the world's forcibly displaced people are under 18, and often have little if any access to public education systems in the countries where they are seeking asylum. Even if they are not excluded outright, host countries often lack the resources to offer language classes and ensure the integration of refugee children. Lebanon and Jordan, with the largest number of refugees per capita as people fled the civil war in neighbouring Syria, have imposed separate morning and afternoon classes for citizens and refugees. ...

Education, tourism potential areas of collaboration for Seychelles, Israel

Education and tourism are two potential areas Seychelles and Israel can work together in, said newly accredited Israeli Ambassador on Tuesday. Noah Gendler, the new ambassador of Israel to Seychelles made this statement to the press after presenting his cred
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Education, tourism potential areas of collaboration for Seychelles, Israel

Education and tourism are two potential areas Seychelles and Israel can work together in, said newly accredited Israeli Ambassador on Tuesday. Noah Gendler, the new ambassador of Israel to Seychelles made this statement to the press after presenting his credentials to President Danny Faure at State House, Victoria. While discussing future cooperation, it was outlined by Gendler that Israel can further help Seychelles in the field of agriculture, innovation and medical services. “Since I am the new ambassador to Seychelles, I do not know very well what your needs are but I know about our capabilities and the secret is to match them together,” he said.   ...

US Senator Rubio pushes for Venezuela to be placed on US state terrorism sponsors list – report

The prospect of Venezuela being included on the US list of state sponsors of terrorism is looming as a result of increased lobbying from Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), WaPo reports. Read Full Article at RT.com
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US Senator Rubio pushes for Venezuela to be placed on US state terrorism sponsors list – report

The prospect of Venezuela being included on the US list of state sponsors of terrorism is looming as a result of increased lobbying from Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), WaPo reports. Read Full Article at RT.com

A conspiracy theory is born: US comedian calls Ocasio-Cortez ‘a Russian tool’

‘Russiagate’ seems to have claimed another victim. Comedian Jen Kirkman went into a full meltdown, starting by branding Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a Russian tool and ending with blaming Putin for messing up her life. Read Full Article at RT.com
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A conspiracy theory is born: US comedian calls Ocasio-Cortez ‘a Russian tool’

‘Russiagate’ seems to have claimed another victim. Comedian Jen Kirkman went into a full meltdown, starting by branding Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a Russian tool and ending with blaming Putin for messing up her life. Read Full Article at RT.com

Muluzi says Malawi cancer centre ready in time 2019: ‘Key commitment of Mutharika’

Minister for Health and Population Atupele Muluzi  has said the much-touted National Cancer Centre located at Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) is expected to be ready by 2019 and save government about K480 million ($960 000) spent on cancer treatment... Th
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Muluzi says Malawi cancer centre ready in time 2019: ‘Key commitment of Mutharika’

Minister for Health and Population Atupele Muluzi  has said the much-touted National Cancer Centre located at Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) is expected to be ready by 2019 and save government about K480 million ($960 000) spent on cancer treatment... The post Muluzi says Malawi cancer centre ready in time 2019: ‘Key commitment of Mutharika’ appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.

Work on Muse-Ruili Economic Cooperation Zone to Begin Soon

Project is first of three border development projects in Shan, Kachin states agreed upon by Myanmar and China The post Work on Muse-Ruili Economic Cooperation Zone to Begin Soon appeared first on The Irrawaddy.
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Work on Muse-Ruili Economic Cooperation Zone to Begin Soon

Project is first of three border development projects in Shan, Kachin states agreed upon by Myanmar and China The post Work on Muse-Ruili Economic Cooperation Zone to Begin Soon appeared first on The Irrawaddy.

Ethnic Dawei Party Wants Language Ban Lifted

The Dawei Nationalities Party says officials in Tenasserim banned ethnic Dawei from writing signs in their language for this week's full moon festival and wants the order scrapped. The post Ethnic Dawei Party Wants Language Ban Lifted appeared first on The Ir
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Ethnic Dawei Party Wants Language Ban Lifted

The Dawei Nationalities Party says officials in Tenasserim banned ethnic Dawei from writing signs in their language for this week's full moon festival and wants the order scrapped. The post Ethnic Dawei Party Wants Language Ban Lifted appeared first on The Irrawaddy.

Newlywed parents face three months in JAIL for taking daughter on holiday

Janine and Shane Scott took Elissa to the Big Apple for five days without asking permission from the headteacher of St John's Church of England Primary School in Stockton-on-Tees.
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Newlywed parents face three months in JAIL for taking daughter on holiday

Janine and Shane Scott took Elissa to the Big Apple for five days without asking permission from the headteacher of St John's Church of England Primary School in Stockton-on-Tees.

France is not against Sudan's efforts for peace in Central African Republic: FM

November 19, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan Foreign Minister Dirdeiry Ahmed said France has no objection to the Sudanese efforts to achieve peace in the neighbouring Central African Republic (CAR). «France has informed us through more than a message that it d
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France is not against Sudan's efforts for peace in Central African Republic: FM

November 19, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan Foreign Minister Dirdeiry Ahmed said France has no objection to the Sudanese efforts to achieve peace in the neighbouring Central African Republic (CAR). «France has informed us through more than a message that it does not object any Sudanese effort for peace in the Central African Republic, as long as it is done under the umbrella of the African Union,» said Dirdeiry who is expected to hold talks with his French counterpart as he will arrive on (...) - News / Sudan, France, FRONT_PAGE_SECONDARY

Mother-of-two, 35, battles crippling MS that went undetected for a decade

Maggie Conner, 35, from Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire, was diagnosed in 2013 at 29 but believes she experienced symptoms at just 19 after she collapsed in a nightclub.
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Mother-of-two, 35, battles crippling MS that went undetected for a decade

Maggie Conner, 35, from Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire, was diagnosed in 2013 at 29 but believes she experienced symptoms at just 19 after she collapsed in a nightclub.

Student leader who vowed to paint over WWI tribute mural resigns

Emily Dawes, 21, said she would paint over the Rothenstein Mural at Southampton University. The mural was painted in memory of students and staff who died in WWI.
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Student leader who vowed to paint over WWI tribute mural resigns

Emily Dawes, 21, said she would paint over the Rothenstein Mural at Southampton University. The mural was painted in memory of students and staff who died in WWI.

Bride said vows in hospice bed days before she died from rare cancer

Teacher Samantha Webster, 33, said her vows from a hospice bed in Shropshire after being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer just six months ago.
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Bride said vows in hospice bed days before she died from rare cancer

Teacher Samantha Webster, 33, said her vows from a hospice bed in Shropshire after being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer just six months ago.

Pregnant Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Royal Variety Performance

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, donned a sequinned ensemble by London-based designer Safiyaa as she joins husband Harry for the Royal Variety Performance in London.
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Pregnant Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Royal Variety Performance

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, donned a sequinned ensemble by London-based designer Safiyaa as she joins husband Harry for the Royal Variety Performance in London.

Jacob Rees-Mogg admits plot to oust May has gone a bit 'Dad's Army'

The Eurosceptic conceded that too many MPs believed there should only be a Tory no-confidence ballot if the PM loses a Commons vote on the package thrashed out with the EU.
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Jacob Rees-Mogg admits plot to oust May has gone a bit 'Dad's Army'

The Eurosceptic conceded that too many MPs believed there should only be a Tory no-confidence ballot if the PM loses a Commons vote on the package thrashed out with the EU.

PHL, China ink MOU on oil, gas cooperation

Details of the MOU had yet to be released by the Palace but the MOU was signed amid speculation that a draft framework agreement on the proposed joint exploration deal in the disputed South China Sea had been prepared by Beijing.
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PHL, China ink MOU on oil, gas cooperation

Details of the MOU had yet to be released by the Palace but the MOU was signed amid speculation that a draft framework agreement on the proposed joint exploration deal in the disputed South China Sea had been prepared by Beijing.

Senate panel approves bill increasing spending limit for candidates, parties

The Senate committee on electoral reforms and people’s participation has approved a bill seeking to increase the spending limit for candidates and political parties.
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Senate panel approves bill increasing spending limit for candidates, parties

The Senate committee on electoral reforms and people’s participation has approved a bill seeking to increase the spending limit for candidates and political parties.

Kaliwa Dam to destroy Sierra Madre’s biodiversity --Haribon

Haribon Foundation on Tuesday urged the Duterte administration not to proceed with signing a loan deal for the  New Centennial Water Source-Kaliwa Dam Project as this will have a negative impact on the environment and threaten wildlife species in the forest
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Kaliwa Dam to destroy Sierra Madre’s biodiversity --Haribon

Haribon Foundation on Tuesday urged the Duterte administration not to proceed with signing a loan deal for the  New Centennial Water Source-Kaliwa Dam Project as this will have a negative impact on the environment and threaten wildlife species in the forests of Sierra Madre.  

Bride reads out loud cheating groom’s texts to lover on wedding day — report

One bride did not let her groom's infidelity steal her thunder on their wedding day, finding the strength to walk down the aisle and shame her cheating fiance in front of their guests. A woman named Casey allegedly told Australian women's website Whim
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Bride reads out loud cheating groom’s texts to lover on wedding day — report

One bride did not let her groom's infidelity steal her thunder on their wedding day, finding the strength to walk down the aisle and shame her cheating fiance in front of their guests. A woman named Casey allegedly told Australian women's website Whimn in a Nov. 15 article that just the night before her big day, she learned that her boyfriend of six years, Alex (the alias stated in the article), was having an affair. She said that she was with her friends in a hotel room celebrating her last unwed night when an unknown number texted her, «I wouldn't marry him. Will you?» The message came along with screenshots of texts exchanged between an unknown woman and Alex. Many of them w...Keep on reading: Bride reads out loud cheating groom’s texts to lover on wedding day — report

Angry plane passenger sets luggage on fire after canceled flight

A Pakistani passenger set fire to his own luggage after his flight was delayed and later canceled. The incident occurred on Nov. 15 at the Islamabad International Airport (IIA). Flight PK-607 bound for Gilgit, Pakistan, which the man was supposed to be on
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Angry plane passenger sets luggage on fire after canceled flight

A Pakistani passenger set fire to his own luggage after his flight was delayed and later canceled. The incident occurred on Nov. 15 at the Islamabad International Airport (IIA). Flight PK-607 bound for Gilgit, Pakistan, which the man was supposed to be on, was initially delayed due to technical issues, then canceled for bad weather, reports Dawn. After the flight was canceled, the upset passengers began chanting slogans against the airline. One of the passengers took his expression of anger to the extreme by setting fire to his own belongings. Footage of the angry passenger made its way to Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/NewsVideoz/videos/799468573718309/ On their e...Keep on reading: Angry plane passenger sets luggage on fire after canceled flight

In Gaza every week, more protests and a rising casualty toll

MALAKA, Gaza Strip --- Atalla Fayoumi hobbles on crutches across the sunbaked plain near Israel's perimeter fence in the Gaza Strip, gazing toward plumes of smoke that have begun rising from a clutch of burning tires in the distance. The 18-year-old Palest
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In Gaza every week, more protests and a rising casualty toll

MALAKA, Gaza Strip --- Atalla Fayoumi hobbles on crutches across the sunbaked plain near Israel's perimeter fence in the Gaza Strip, gazing toward plumes of smoke that have begun rising from a clutch of burning tires in the distance. The 18-year-old Palestinian's right leg was amputated after Israeli soldiers shot him here in April at one of the mass demonstrations against Israel's long blockade of Gaza that are held every week. Yet he has kept returning to the protests --- just like thousands of other desperate, unemployed men who feel they have nothing left to lose. Eight months after the demonstrations began, there appears to be no end to what has become a predictable rou...Keep on reading: In Gaza every week, more protests and a rising casualty toll

After eSports venture, ONE Championship launches athleisure line

After its venture into eSports, ONE Championship is tapping into another lucrative industry. Hua Fung Teh,CFO of ONE Championship, announced on Tuesday that Asia's biggest martial arts promotion is launching an athleisure line, featuring sportswear and lif
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After eSports venture, ONE Championship launches athleisure line

After its venture into eSports, ONE Championship is tapping into another lucrative industry. Hua Fung Teh,CFO of ONE Championship, announced on Tuesday that Asia's biggest martial arts promotion is launching an athleisure line, featuring sportswear and lifestyle apparel. «We wanna be able to compete against the giants like Nike and Adidas,» said Teh. During its fight week in Singapore, ONE Championship marked the launch of «ONE eSports» which will see a number of events in Asia. Like martial arts, eSports is a big growing industry with a large millennial audience and we leverage our ability and scale to unleash world class heroes and bring your world class esports enter...Keep on reading: After eSports venture, ONE Championship launches athleisure line

WATCH: Basketball coach inspires for pep talk in sign language

His pep talk is less than a minute, but one basketball coach is going viral for how he delivered his message to his players. In a 30-second video taken by Kenny Griffis, a judge in Mississippi, Coach Sekoe White of the Mississippi School for the Deaf is see
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WATCH: Basketball coach inspires for pep talk in sign language

His pep talk is less than a minute, but one basketball coach is going viral for how he delivered his message to his players. In a 30-second video taken by Kenny Griffis, a judge in Mississippi, Coach Sekoe White of the Mississippi School for the Deaf is seen animatedly communicating in American Sign Language to his players. https://twitter.com/kengriffis/status/1060911243261808640 Even without knowing the message, one can see the power and passion White uses to speak to the team, including a moment where he places his finger on each of the players' foreheads. White is a prominent deaf basketball player and competed in the Deaflympics thrice. He is the school's director of residenti...Keep on reading: WATCH: Basketball coach inspires for pep talk in sign language

French bank pays huge US fine for doing business in Cuba, Iran

Societe Generale has agreed to pay $1.34 billion to US federal and state authorities to settle a pending legal dispute over violations of US trade sanctions against Iran and other countries. Read Full Article at RT.com
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French bank pays huge US fine for doing business in Cuba, Iran

Societe Generale has agreed to pay $1.34 billion to US federal and state authorities to settle a pending legal dispute over violations of US trade sanctions against Iran and other countries. Read Full Article at RT.com

Land confiscation plans will hurt South Africa's economic growth, IMF warns

South Africa’s economic recovery faces serious constraints, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which pointed to land reform, growing debt of state firms, and capital outflows as obstacles for growth. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Land confiscation plans will hurt South Africa's economic growth, IMF warns

South Africa’s economic recovery faces serious constraints, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which pointed to land reform, growing debt of state firms, and capital outflows as obstacles for growth. Read Full Article at RT.com

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