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Marion Le Pen Talks Brexit and Radical Islam at CPAC


Praising President Trump's attitude of America First, Marion said she agreed that the people of all natuions shouldn't be ashamed to want to look out for their own interests, remarking: "I am not offended when I hear President Donald Trump say "America First". Read More »

Why Rubio Opposes Arming Teachers

As if being a teacher weren't challenging enough, future ex-President Donald Trump doubled-down on his latest plan to destroy America's education system during a meeting with law enforcement officials Thursday, when he proposed that some teachers should be given bonuses to carry firearms in schools. Read More »

Gilbert students walk out in memory of Parkland shooting


Thousands of students across the country held similar protests on Wednesday, the one-week anniversary of the shooting. "We've also been in touch with kids from Sandwich and Mashpee who have been interested in getting something planned at their schools". Read More »

Minneapolis Students Walkout, March For Gun Control


They were joined in their efforts by students across the country. The school district said in a message last week that, "Our hearts go out to the students, staff and families at Stoneman Douglas High School ". "What I saw was a deputy arrive at the West side of building 12, take up a position and he never went in", said Sheriff Israel. "We're all scared something like that is gonna happen here", said senior Emily Egart. Read More »

Students who stage walkout risk 3-day suspension in Texas school district


The Houston-area Needville Independent School District threatened Tuesday to suspend students for three days if they walked out or otherwise disrupted school in protest . "A disruption of the school will not be tolerated", said Superintendent Curtis Rhodes via a Facebook post , which drew outrage from several people in the comments section. Read More »

Global watchdog FATF puts Pakistan back on terrorist financing watchlist


Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman said USA and United Kingdom had requested the FATF to put Pakistan on the "grey list". She added: "A lot of countries have come together and they look at various nations who we believe and those other countries believe are not doing enough to crack down on terror financing, counterterrorism and the like". Read More »

Ivanka Trump, US charmer-in-chief, touches down in South Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump's daughter and White House adviser Ivanka arrived in South Korea on Friday for the closing ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Sunday. The Olympic Games, which began on 9 February, are being held in the South Korean town of Pyeongchang. The North Korean official is suspected of involvement in masterminding the deadly sinking of a South Korean naval vessel in 2010. Read More »

UNICEF official resigns after allegations of inappropriate behaviour made


I apologised unreservedly at the time and face to face. "Executive Director Henrietta Fore today accepted Justin Forsyth's resignation from his position as Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF ", said a UNICEF statement. In a statement Mr Forsyth insisted that he was not resigning because. On Sunday, the charity's current chief executive, Kevin Watkins, announced a "root and branch review" of Save the Children's organisational culture, including measures to preserve staff safety ... Read More »

NRA chief slams Democrat anti-gun 'elites' after Florida school massacre


Loesch, who launched into an angry tirade against the media, also said Democratic lawmakers, in addition to the media, are taking advantage of the shooting. Mr Trump also said on Thursday he would push for national background checks for persons with mental health issues, which Mr LaPierre later echoed at the conference. Read More »

Trump's travel ban emboldened 'politics of hate': Amnesty


Alleging inaction on the government's part in dealing with crimes against minorities, the report said, "In India, dozens of hate crimes against Muslims took place across the country against the backdrop of a wave of Islamophobia under the Hindu nationalist government". Read More »

Ivanka, N Korea general to attend Olympic closing

China is investigating allegations that an apparent Chinese ship transferred cargo to a North Korean vessel in a potential violation of United Nations sanctions. The unification ministry in Seoul did not specify where Kim Yong Chol's delegation would stay. Ahn was excluded from competing in his native South Korea after the International Olympic Committee refused to grant him an invitation amid its vetting of Russia's athletes for possible doping links. Read More »

Police officer dies in Europa League fan clashes


Supporters from both sides were seen battling each other around the San Mames stadium in the hours building up to their second leg fixture. The police officer suffered a heart attack during the violence and died in hospital as medics fought to save his life. Read More »

Kuwait urged to reform workers' rights to end Philippines crisis


More than 1,000 OFWs in Kuwait have been repatriated by the Philippine government since last week. The Philippines had sent medical personnel to Kuwait during the war. Best Migrant Workers International Manpower Services, Inc. - cancellation of licenseand 8 months suspension of license. "In the days to come we will be resolving other pending cases", said Olalia. Read More »

Uber will aggressively invest in Southeast Asia, won't let SoftBank rule it


Ola's advantage largely comes from the autorickshaw category in which Uber has only recently entered, and is also one of the reasons Ola is investing so heavily in it. "What we really want is to be alternate to vehicle ownership", he said adding problems of traffic and pollution that India faces can be solved with its pioneering share rides. Read More »

US women back in gold medal game


Canada is aiming for its' fifth straight gold medal in the event. Lamoureux's twin sister Monique Lamoureux-Morando, who scored earlier in the game, said: "It's a move that our coach Peter Elander worked on with us over the last four years, not just on the goalie, but against defenders". Read More »

David Wise defends ski halfpipe title; Alex Ferreira wins silver


Wise scored a 97.20 on his final run to win gold and teammate Alex Ferreira claimed silver. Ferreira took silver with 96.40 points, and 16-year-old Nico Porteous from New Zealand got bronze. Last month at X Games, Wise became the first skier to land double corks in each of those four directions in one halfpipe run. Wise and Jamie Anderson, who won gold earlier Thursday in the women's snowboard big air, are the only two Americans to successfully defend their respective golds from the 2014 ... Read More »

Dutch lawmakers label massacre of Armenians as genocide


However, Kaag did say that the government would comply with a motion calling on the administration to send a representative to a service in April in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, commemorating the massacre. "But it's sad to say that the government, because of political reasons still speak about the "question of the Armenian genocide". Tunahan Kuzu, leader of DENK, a Dutch political party whose supporters are mainly of Turkish descent, however voted against the motion. Read More »

Haiti suspends Oxfam pending investigation into sexual abuse


Planning and External Cooperation Minister Aviol Fleurant said the charity committed a "serious error" when it failed to inform Haitian authorities about the alleged misconduct. The suspension of the charity's right to operate did not apply to Oxfam Canada, he said. It is also trying to determine whether some of the prostitutes may have been underage. Read More »

Chevy Chase says he was attacked in road rage incident


Cuomo Bridge . Both drivers subsequently pulled over in the vicinity of exit 10 in the village of South Nyack in Rockland County. Chase is said to have then exclaimed "Do you know who the fuck I am?" and "I am going to ruin your lives!" Landrio said Chase screamed. Read More »

AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal


Ajmal formed the AIUDF in 2005 to champion the cause of the Muslim community. Later, Mr Ajmal told journalists that the army chief was "misinformed and misguided". "If Army chief is saying that demographic change is happening in Assam then it is the government's job to check it. Alternative parties like AIUDF, AAP have grown because of the misgovernance of big parties", tweeted Badruddin. Read More »

Set up Constitution Bench to resolve conflict in land acquisition verdicts,…


Justic Joseph called this a matter of judicial discipline. They said the three-judge bench of Justice Arun Mishra should have referred the 2014 judgement to a larger bench if it did not agree with it. The Justice Lokur bench also asked high courts not to deal with any case relating to the interpretation of or concerning Section 24 of the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013. Read More »

UP Investors Summit 2018: Kovind hopes for annual holding of the event


The President claimed the introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been a milestone in the taxation system. "The Chief Minister by taking tough decisions by implementing Ease of doing business and has been relentless in toning up the law and order in UP which were pre-requisites for attracting investment to the State. Read More »

Lindsey Vonn Wins Bronze In Downhill At Pyeongyang Winter Olympics


But on the just the 13th gate, Vonn's ski clipped the gate and she was out. "It's very special to have them here, especially my dad, " Vonn said. Yes, the medal was bronze . Goggia's gold: the first for Italy in Olympic women's downhill . When the Italian got up for the early race, that confidence was at a peak. Sofia just skied better than I did. Read More »

Barnaby Joyce expected to quit as leader


It went from bad to worse for Mr Joyce this week. "I will say on Monday morning at the party room (meeting), I will step down as the leader of the National Party and deputy leader of Australia", he said at a press conference. A spokesman for Mr Joyce told The Daily Telegraph he had been made "indirectly aware" of the claim which he described as " spurious and defamatory ". Read More »

China investigating possible violation of UN sanctions on N. Korea

Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force reported it spotted the transfer of possibly banned items to a North-Korean registered tanker in the East China Sea, a report said. Pyongyang is subject to a series of UN Security Council sanctions, including one prohibiting all member states from facilitating or engaging in ship-to-ship transfers of goods to or from North Korean-flagged vessels. Read More »

Pakistan Supreme Court bans ex-PM Sharif as party head


He has repeatedly said that all transactions made by his family members were fair and in compliance with the country's laws. He said that Nawaz Sharif wanted disturbance in the system just to divert attention of the people, but he would not succeed in his designs. Read More »

NYU slammed over racist Black History Month menu


Harris tagged all of the Deans in her post, which alerted NYU's Black Student Union. "That error was compounded by the insensitivity of the replies made to a student who asked Aramark staff on site how the choices were made". But the student group was especially offended by the beverage choices. Harris said she considered the termination of the workers "a victory". Additionally, they could have avoided being accused of stereotyping by diversifying their menu to include some traditionally ... Read More »

Mayor: Driver Intentionally Crashed Into ER And Lit Self On Fire


Police Chief William McKenna said they did not have a motive for Thursday's actions, but were confident Ellam acted alone. Hospital authorities said the building managed some harm, yet that it wasn't huge. He has been convicted of driving under the influence, criminal mischief and assault. In 2013, a jury found him guilty of attempted strangulation. The FBI is assisting local police in the investigation, according to Fox. Read More »

Kyrie Irving, LeBron James appeared to get along well at All-Star Game


Neither a Clippers nor Lakers player made the cut. The main reason Magic Johnson and the Lakers made a decision to trade away Clarkson and Nance was to free up enough cap space to sign not one, but two max free agents in the summer, with LeBron James and Paul George the two main targets they'd be pursuing in free agency. Read More »

A New North Korean Hacker Group Is Making a Name for Itself

Mr Pence was in South Korea for the opening of the Winter Olympics . Vice President Mike Pence was present at the Games' opening ceremony and was scheduled to meet with Kim Yo-jong before North Korea backed out. (STR/AFP/Getty Images) Damage on South Korea's Yeonpyeong Island on December 3, 2010, following a North Korean artillery and rocket attack on November 23, 2010. Read More »

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens Indicted On Invasion Of Privacy Charge


In a recording obtained by News 4, the woman said she had a sexual encounter with Greitens and that he tried to blackmail her with an image to keep the encounter quiet. The penalty for first-degree invasion of privacy in Missouri is up to four years in prison. In a statement, Greitens's attorney, Edward L. Dowd, Jr. Read More »

Man Dies After Throwing Bomb At US Embassy In Montenegro


Police investigation and identification of the assailant are under way. He posted on Facebook a photo of an army decoration apparently signed by former Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic and openly opposed Montenegro's membership in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation a year ago. Read More »

His son almost killed him. Now he begging Texas not to execute


Mr Abbott could accept the recommendation, reject it or do nothing. One juror in Whitaker's case anonymously told the Houston Chronicle Wednesday that since Whitaker had convinced his roommate to carry out the murders for him, "the only way people are safe is if he's dead". Read More »

Bitcoin Values Hit New Highs Following Early February Slump


The Executive Director of the charitable Foundation the Bitcoin Foundation is poured cool predicts that the cryptocurrency rate can reach 40 thousand dollars and altcoins will be worthless. According to the Bitstamp exchange, Bitcoin hit a three-week high of $11,722.58 on Tuesday. "The only value of Bitcoin is what the other guy'll pay for it". Read More »

Arizona's Allonzo Trier Has Been Ruled Ineligible


On Thursday, it was announced that Allonzo Trier has been declared ineligible by the NCAA. The University of Arizona will appeal the decision by the NCAA, so there is at least hope, despite the outcome not being very promising at this point, especially with this being reported. Read More »

Once again, US will meet Canada for women's hockey gold


The Canadians , who had pushed the Americans around for much of the game and taken penalties for it, wept on the ice as they accepted their silver medals. "We knew it was going to be insane", said usa forward Kendall Coyne. Monique Lamoureux-Morando tied it up with a breakaway with 6:21 left in regulation. Read More »

Nitish govt plotting against me: Tejashwi Yadav


Tej Pratap Yadav, the son of RJD chief and former Bihar chief minister Lalu Prasad Yadav , came up with a rather odd reason for vacating his government bungalow in Patna last week, according to various media reports. "What is the need for anyone to put ghosts for people who are themselves ghosts?" Tej Pratap further alleged that the ghosts had been released by Nitish Kumar and deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi. Read More »

Yogi Adityanath gets relief in '2007 Gorakhpur riots case


Adityanath was the Lok Sabha MP from Gorakhpur at the time. A division bench of the court comprising Justice Krishna Murari and AC Sharma rejected the petition of one Parvej Ahmed challenging the state government decision to withdraw case against the CM. Read More »

Broward sheriff to deploy deputies with rifles to local public schools


When asked if officers will carry AR-15's, Israel said some would. The guns will be stored in police vehicles when officers are not carrying them, Mr Israel said. "Certainly every school in the nation should have a school resource deputy". Israel planned to suspend Peterson pending an investigation, but Peterson instead resigned and went into retirement, according to CNN. Read More »