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Global Media Patrick Stewart applying for USA citizenship to 'fight' Trump administration
Author: 0 Patrick Stewart applying for USA citizenship to 'fight' Trump administration

Patrick Stewart attends the Build Series Presents Hugh Jackman And Patrick Stewart Discussing " Logan " at Build Studio on March 2, 2017 in New York City. Stewart said in a May interview with Vice about the film Green Room , which centers on Neo-Nazis. "I did not directly insult your president". Whoopi Goldberg shrugged it off, saying "not mine".

Author: 0 Zuma wants to change Constitution to allow land expropriation without compensation

President Jacob Zuma's risky comments on land reform this morning, while addressing the National House of Traditional Leaders, point to a man who has no clear vision or policies of his own, only unsafe rhetoric. The government in 2014 said it's considering buying half of every farm and would deposit payments for that land in a trust that will finance production as it seeks to change land-ownership patterns that were skewed in white people's favor during apartheid rule, which ended in 1994.

Global Media First drone strike under Trump's administration kills two in Kurram Agency
Author: 0 First drone strike under Trump's administration kills two in Kurram Agency

The Afghan Intelligence, National Directorate of Security (NDS), said the detained militant has been identified as Idrees son of Ahmad Gul who was involved in various terrorist related activities in Kabul. Four suspected al Qaeda members were killed in a drone strike on a building in southern Yemen on Thursday, residents and local officials said. A U.S drone targeted two men riding a motorcycle in Kurram Agency close to Durand line, Haji Zamin, a village elder from Kurram Agency told the ...

Author: 0 Iran successfully test-fires S-300 air defence system

However, in summer 2015, President of Russia Vladimir Putin had signed a decree lifting the ban on the export of anti-aircraft missile systems to Iran following an interim agreement on the Iranian nuclear program, and in November of that year, the contract came into force.

Global Media Military aircraft crashes near Turkey-Syria border
Author: 0 Military aircraft crashes near Turkey-Syria border

The crash follows several years of tensions between Turkey and Syria that led to two Syrian helicopters and a MiG jet being shot down for violating Turkish airspace, as well as Russian aircraft flying missions in support of Assad. "There are still attempts by people to cross on foot and we intervene in that". Adem Yuman corroborated Polat's story, saying it was around 6.30-7 p.m.

Global Media South China Sea: China launches new cruise ship to disputed islands
Author: 0 South China Sea: China launches new cruise ship to disputed islands

The new ship has capacity for 499 people and a range of 3,000 nautical miles. Tourists could visit three islands in the Crescent group of the Paracel Islands. China lays claim to 90% of the resource rich South China Sea, through which a third of the world's maritime traffic passes. Apart from China, Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam have also claimed to these waters.

Global Media Militant killed in Bangladesh shootout
Author: 0 Militant killed in Bangladesh shootout

A Dhaka court today placed Maulana Abul Kashem, the alleged spiritual leader of "Neo JMB", on a seven-day remand in connection with a case filed over Gulshan café attack in July previous year. The most gruesome incident was the attack on a restaurant in Dhaka last June in which 22 people, mostly foreigners, were killed. The detectives are now looking for eight to ten second-tier leaders of the New JMB, who were involved in at least three dozen attacks since September 2015.

Global Media Boris Johnson to visit Russian Federation
Author: 0 Boris Johnson to visit Russian Federation

It will be the first time a British minister has been to Moscow for an official visit in more than five years and could signal a potential thaw in Anglo-Russian relations after years of antagonism. Mr Johnson will meet his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, to discuss issues involving Syria and Ukraine, "where we continue to have significant differences".

Global Media On the alleged use of chemical weapons in Mosul, Iraq [EN/AR/KU]
Author: 0 On the alleged use of chemical weapons in Mosul, Iraq [EN/AR/KU]

The jihadists have lost the eastern part of the city to Iraqi government forces and are now battling them in west Mosul . The patients are being treated in a hospital in Erbil, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan, and all are in stable condition and expected to be discharged in the next few days, according to AP.

Global Media Supporters gather for 'March 4 Trump' rally in Raleigh
Author: 0 Supporters gather for 'March 4 Trump' rally in Raleigh

One of the non-vulgar chants went, "No Trump". Ralph King was disappointed in the turnout for the " Spirit of America " rally in support of President Donald Trump that was held at Voinovich Bicentennial Park on Saturday afternoon, but he blamed it on the cold weather.

Global Media Jordan executes 15 people, including 10 convicted of terrorism
Author: 0 Jordan executes 15 people, including 10 convicted of terrorism

One of the convicts was found guilty of killing leftist Christian writer Nahed Hattar previous year in Amman, a death that sent shock waves across Jordan and drew the condemnation of King Abdullah. Samah Hadid, deputy director of Amnesty International's Beirut regional office, called "the horrific scale and secrecy" around the most recent executions "shocking" in a statement on the executions.

Global Media 'Turkey will hit PKK/PYD in Manbij unless it retreats'
Author: 0 'Turkey will hit PKK/PYD in Manbij unless it retreats'

The operation, which began last summer, relies heavily on Free Syrian Army fighters backed by Turkish artillery and air support. It has led the Syrian Democratic Forces - mostly consisting of Kurdish fighters - to reportedly offer Manbij to the regime in a truce brokered by Moscow.

Global Media Aadhar to become mandatory for booking train tickets online
Author: 0 Aadhar to become mandatory for booking train tickets online

Launch of Policy of "Long Term Contracts" with major customers 2. Indian Railways earns two-third of its revenue from freight, primarily from the transportation of eight commodities. Some of the major plans of the railways include worldwide freight services under which a demo train run between Bangladesh and India, and a meeting of CEOs of railways of the concerned countries to strengthen intermodal regional connectivity.

Author: 0 President Erdoğan slams Germany over meeting ban

Recalling previous incidents, including one a year ago when President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was also blocked from addressing Turkish citizens, Cavusoglu said: "this has become a systematic practice of the German deep state". In response, a spokeswoman for Merkel said permits for rallies were only issued by local authorities and that freedom of opinion should be valued by both countries.

Author: 0 Ireland: 'Significant quantities' of human remains found

The findings in Tuam, Co Galway, support long-held beliefs that the institution had a high mortality rate and was involved in inappropriate burial methods. Katherine Zappone, Ireland's minister for children and youth affairs, said the news, which confirmed long-standing rumors, was "sad and disturbing", although not unexpected.

Author: 0 India dismisses China land swap idea on Tawang

Dalai Lama is considered by China as a risky separatist leader, who can affect for the worse ties between India and China. New Delhi has made it very clear time and again that the Dalai Lama is an honoured guest of India who is free to travel anywhere in the country but can not undertake any political activity.

Author: 0 Pep Guardiola Praises 'Best Ever' Sergio Aguero Performance

He helped us to make a build-up - he read where the free man was, which is not easy to do. We can expect City to be hellbent on victory, too, and they may even field a full-strength side, as they come into this game on the back of a couple of weeks off and are only playing Sunderland this weekend.

Author: 0 Top Armed Services Dem: Trump budget 'shortsighted' for cutting foreign aid

A $54 billion boost to the Defense Department and a matching cut to other federal agencies is, in a nutshell, President Donald Trump's proposed federal budget for the coming fiscal year. He added that he thinks Obama loyalists are possibly behind some leaks emanating from the White House. In discussing recents reports in which White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer conducted a phone check among staffers, the president said he would have gone about it differently.