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Coast Guard seizes 16 tons of cocaine

A Charleston-based Coast Guard cutter is returning to port after taking part in an operation that seized roughly 16 tons of cocaine off the Central and South American coasts. The Coast Guard Cutter James and Hitron were responsible for five cases, se...

Editor: Dutch church relief tempered by people's support for Wilders

All mainstream parties have ruled out cooperating with Wilders' party. After the British vote to pull out of the European Union and Donald Trump's victory in the United States, anti-immigration forces have been on the upswing on both sides of the At...

Senate Votes To Allow ISPs To Sell Browser History Without User Consent

The House and President Donald Trump must still approve rolling back the privacy rules. This information includes sensitive data like user location and browsing history (i.e. As you might imagine, the telecom industry hated these laws, and with...

III's Stock Plunged Toward 4-year Low After Disappointing Results, Outlook

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Saudis announce new tax rate for Aramco amid plans for IPO

Aramco's reserves are estimated at about 260 billion barrels. The company's oil production is Saudi Arabia's main source of revenue and its finances are not publicly disclosed. Global demand for oil will peak before then, according to projections b...

Blind sacked as Dutch coach after World Cup flop

The Netherlands will hope to salvage some pride when they meet Italy in an global friendly at the Amsterdam ArenA on Tuesday, the first match since the sacking of manager Danny Blind . "We have respect for what Danny meant to us and the team d...

Keystone XL is no done deal

Although the State Department noted the economic impact in its decision, the project will result in only 35 permanent jobs after initial construction. But he said there are other important projects like the recently approved TransMountain pipeline...

Hundreds Of 9/11 Families And First Responders Have Sued Saudi Arabia

Like other recent actions, the lawsuit filed on Monday capitalises on last year's decision by Congress to let victims of such attacks on U.S. soil to sue state sponsors. until they carried out the 9/11 attacks. Among other allegations, the compla...

Hundreds Of Civilian Causalities Reported From Overnight US-Led Airstrikes In Mosul

Centcom's official report for the overnight strikes claimed they'd hit "11 fighting positions" and didn't mention killing hundreds of civilians. Destroyed buildings remain after fighting between Iraqi security forces and Islamic State militants, in...

British retail sales rebound in February

Retail sales in the three months to February recorded their biggest drop in nearly seven years as rising petrol prices cut into households' disposable income. United Kingdom retail sales in February proved much stronger than the market was expecting,...

Starbucks Canada vows to hire at least 1000 refugees

The coffee giant is ramping up efforts at time when the unemployment rate is on the decline (it fell to 4.7% at the end of February) by opening up 3,400 stores in the U.S.by 2021. Johnson intends to carry on Schultz's tradition of balancing busin...

France's presidential debate ignored the one question everyone wants answered

Marine Le Pen's proposal to pull France out of the euro and her hardline stance on Islam came under attack from her fellow presidential hopefuls on Monday, in a combative TV debate a month before the country goes to the polls. Opponents of the Euro...

Nearly Half Of Canadians Want Illegal Immigrants Deported

Canadians' view of illegal immigration mirrors that of their neighbors in the U.S., where a similar Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted earlier this week showed 50 percent support for deportations. "(The) airport was the easiest way, but because of the vi...

Netanyahu: Israel will continue to stop weapons transfers to Hezbollah

But the Israeli media said the airstrikes were targeting Hezbollah-bond weapons shipment. Friday's encounter was the most serious clash between Israel and Syria since the start of the Syrian civil war six years ago. "Israel does not usually con...

Monaco's Jardim hails win: 'Against English teams we have good results'

A second-half improvement was rewarded with Leroy Sane's goal, which edged City ahead overall with 19 minutes remaining, but Tiemoue Bakayoko headed home to have the final word. " It'd be my first time if we do get there, so I'm raring to go and ...

Trump's 'Muslim ban' has been blocked ... again

More than 2,500 miles away, US District Judge Derrick Watson halted the rollout of the ban nationwide . President Donald Trump said the decision by a USA federal judge in Hawaii to issue an emergency halt on Wednesday (Mar 16) to his revised tr...

Captain Amarinder Singh in charge of Punjab again

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is in power in the National Capital Territory of Delhi, was a distant second with 20 seats. The election which had turned into a triangular contest at the beginning of campaigning with the entry of the AAP in the st...

North Korea-Malaysia football match set for June 8

Zahid said the authorities had traveled overseas to an undisclosed country to collect the DNA sample. Malaysia then barred North Koreans from exiting its soil. The North Korean leader said, "Only 30 days are left before the Day of the Sun", the KCNA ...

China's Anbang denies report of Kushner property investment

If this deal moves forward, the building will be valued at $2.85 billion, the largest sum for a single tower in Manhattan. It will allow the family to buy back the building's more lucrative retail spaces and maintain a 20 percent stake for the prop...

China seeks to avoid trade war with US

Addressing a news conference on the final day of the annual meeting of China's parliament, Li reaffirmed China's commitment to denuclearise the Korean peninsula. firms, that would first bear the brunt", the premier said while explaining that this w...

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London crash: Van slams into crowd leaving mosque, one arrested

CNN is reporting that the incident occurred near a mosque as people were leaving a service. The police said they were called after reports of a collision on Seven Sisters Road, w...

Oil hits six-week low as OPEC fails to curb oversupply

The EIA said USA crude inventories fell by 1.7 million barrels in the week ending June 9, against a market expectation of a 2.7 million drawdown and compared to yesterday's 2.7 ...

White House denies Trump wants Mueller out, but heat's on

Ruddy said the ethics behind Mueller's presence are concerning considering how he was appointed to be special counsel. As Rosenstein went on to say, "I've been a prosecutor for 2...

Rule gives Oregonians non-gender option on driver's license

In September, Keenan was able to change her New York City-issued birth certificate. A 2015 survey of more than 27,000 transgender people across all 50 states found that 68...

No longer out of bounds: Trump allies question Mueller probe

Under current Justice Department regulations, firing Mueller would have to be done by deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, not the president- though those regulations could theo...

Congressman: Ex-aide shows 'feistiness' after shooting

Matt Mika , director of government relations in the meat processor's Washington office, was shot when a gunman fired upon a group of congressmen practicing for an upcoming char...

DC police seek arrest of Turks for melee, angering Erdogan

The Metropolitan Police Department said in a brief statement that Sinan Narin had been arrested in Virginia on an aggravated assault charge. Mahmut Sami Ellialti, who told C...

Zarif to Annan: Iran to Provide Qatar with Humanitarian Aids

It comes as relations between Tehran and Washington have grown increasingly strained, most recently overshadowed by a string of allegations made by a number of high-ranking Irani...

SCO Summit: India inducted into organisation, Narendra Modi meets Afghan President

President Ashraf Ghani called for joint efforts against terrorism and said those countries which differentiate between good terrorists and bad terrorists will pay the price for it....

US soldiers killed by Afghan soldier; Taliban takes credit for attack

The shooting took place a few hours after an American airstrike in southern Helmand Province accidentally killed two Afghan policemen. Such insider attacks have happened before...

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UK prime minister's top aides resign after election fiasco

Her Downing Street office initially said last Saturday that the "principles of an outline agreement" had been agreed with the DUP, only for the smaller party to contradict that hou...

Ukip's stand-in leader warns Theresa May: Don't water down Brexit objectives

The so-called confidence and supply agreement means that the supporting party will back the government in motions of confidence by either voting in favor or abstaining, while ret...

Kushner asked to 'lay low' amid Russian interference reports

Kushner asked to 'lay low' amid Russian interference reports

President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared "Got Dem Visas" Kushner, wanted to have a burner phone in the White House that was directly connected to Russian Federation ; the ...

Palestinians say Gaza man killed at protest on Gaza border

He said in Berlin he is seeking a response "soon". The incident took place after the soldiers fired many live rounds at Palestinians protesting on their lands, close to the bor...

After Trump Says Iran Reaps What it Sows, Iran Condemns "Repugnant" Statement

The ministry did not identify the men's hometowns, nor say how they were able to evade authorities. He did not elaborate. US Council on Foreign Relations president Richard Haass ...