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Global Media Finland says no date yet for Arctic summit, Trump-Putin meeting
Author: 0 Finland says no date yet for Arctic summit, Trump-Putin meeting

Speaking in the northern Russian city of Arkhangelsk, Putin said Moscow's military activities in the Arctic did not pose a threat to global security. "Watch my lips. No, '" Putin told the audience. And he said sanctions against Russian Federation were also hurting the U.S. and Europe. Putin participated in a panel Thursday that featured Icelandic President Gudni Johannesson, Finnish President Sauli Niinistö and CNBC's Geoff Cutmore, who moderated the event at the International ...

Global Media India win series from Australia 2-1 after 8-wicket romp
Author: 0 India win series from Australia 2-1 after 8-wicket romp

The four-match Test series is now locked at 1-1. "No, it has changed". I thought that was the case but it has changed for sure. Cummins, insisting with the short ball, was punished with two consecutive sixes from Rahane - including a sensational cut - to cement a 2-1 series win.

Global Media Officers help highlight Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Author: 0 Officers help highlight Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Organizations nationwide will kick off activities on Tuesday, April 4 for the SAAM Day of Action. "Women, children, and men have inherent dignity that should never be violated". He was also accused of rape by his ex-wife Ivana Trump in the 90s, who later recanted her story. Twice a week, SafeQuest will post questions and topics related to Sexual Assault Awareness Month on social media to encourage open communication and awareness.

Author: 0 Israeli police: Palestinian stabs 3 in old city of Jerusalem

It was organized by Omdim Beyachad, or Standing Together, a joint Jewish-Arab umbrella organization including pro-peace organizations and left-wing groups, as well as several left-wing political parties, according to reports . While several condemnations to the Israeli decision had emerged from the UN, France and Germany on Friday - US officials had underestimated its threats.

Global Media UN Secretary General starts official visit to Iraq
Author: 0 UN Secretary General starts official visit to Iraq

Shortly after landing at Baghdad International Airport, Guterres said on Twitter that his visit is to "focus on the dire humanitarian situation on the ground". "Iraq needs a plan similar to the Marshall present assistance to Iraqis and support development and overcome the effect of war against (IS) terrorist gangs", Jaafari said, according to his office.

Global Media Westinghouse files for bankruptcy
Author: 0 Westinghouse files for bankruptcy

Yoshihide Suga, the government's chief spokesman, told a regular news briefing he was aware that Pittsburgh-based Westinghouse plans a bankruptcy filing. Chances are that the negotiations would affect the USA and the Japanese governments. The US President had promised to provide the local labor force with more jobs and finances.

Global Media Thousands rally in Hungary in support of Soros-founded university
Author: 0 Thousands rally in Hungary in support of Soros-founded university

Orban has criticized civil society organizations funded by Soros which espouse an Open Society model at odds with his own preferred "illiberal democracy". He also demanded that CEU's continued operations be tied to a new agreement that ensures any future legal conflict be handled by a court outside Hungary.

Global Media National Work Zone Awareness Week Kicks Off
Author: 0 National Work Zone Awareness Week Kicks Off

This year, VDOT is working with the Virginia Transportation Research Council to enhance the visibility of work zones, including temporary portable rumble strips and flagger paddles with flashing LED lights. Safety precautions are going to be especially important throughout Lynchburg, as the number of work zones will increase in the next few weeks. Drivers should avoid tailgating because of frequent stops in work zones, and speeding through such a zone may result in fines of up to $500.

Author: 0 At annual US-Israel event, a new warmth but old differences

Nikki Haley (R-S.C.) is the ideal choice to turn the anti-Israel tide in the United Nations around. The prime minister praised Trump for leaving military aid to Israel in place, despite USA foreign policy budget cuts. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley received loud applause on Monday when she delivered a message at the annual AIPAC conference defending Israel from Palestinian Authority.

Global Media John Oliver Explains Why It's Time to Update Federal Marijuana Laws
Author: 0 John Oliver Explains Why It's Time to Update Federal Marijuana Laws

As Oliver points out, the so-called war on drugs has disproportionately affected African Americans. Nixon was recorded and part of the transcript was: "You know, it's a amusing thing". He also mentioned Danny Belcher, a veteran in Kentucky who was denied marijuana to treat his PTSD by the VA. It also affects users, including Brandon Coats , whom Oliver profiles: Coats is a quadriplegic with a legal prescription for medical marijuana, but he was still fired by the Dish Network.

Global Media Over 96000 AP students appear for JEE Mains
Author: 0 Over 96000 AP students appear for JEE Mains

This year, the JEE main paper has got mixed reactions from the students although a few of the questions were found repeated from previous years. Though Aadhar cards were made mandatory this year, none of the students found it hard to arrange one before application.

Author: 0 British police reveal more details of Parliament attacker

Police named him as Khalid Masood, 52, and said he had numerous convictions for violent offences but none terrorism-related. "There might be people out there who did have concerns about Masood but did not feel comfortable for whatever reason in passing those concerns to us".

Author: 0 Ready to help Ram temple talks: Yogi Adityanath

Sambhal: Firebrand Hindutva leader Sadhvi Prachi y said that with Yogi Adityanath becoming the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, the state has been "prevented" from turning into "another Pakistan". "Decisions on a number of important issues will be taken at the cabinet meeting on April 4". The Adityanath government was sworn-in on March 19 and its first cabinet meeting will be held tomorrow, over a fortnight after the swearing-in ceremony.

Author: 0 Chicago police seek 2nd teen in Facebook sexual assault case

The girl's mother ran into Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson at the Ogden District station, and Johnson took an immediate interest in the case, said Guglielmi, the police spokesman. The girl, who had gone missing March 19, was found by Chicago detectives two days later. A day later, the victim's mother was given screenshots of her daughter being raped, according to the police.

Author: 0 Police search for suspects in deadly nightclub shooting

City officials said the club has two prior shootings, both from 2015. "When you're talking about something tightly packed like that, I think intended targets aren't going to be the only thing that's hit", said Hils, who is president of the Fraternal Order of Police local.

Author: 0 Delhi Police to seek legal opinion on FIR against Sena MP

The Federation of Indian Airlines, which has Jet Airways, IndiGo, SpiceJet, AirAsia and GoAir as its members has made a decision to blacklist Gaikwad who admitted to his unruly behaviour with Air Indian staffer. "Police can arrest party, Uddhav saheb will take care of it", he said. Mr. Gaikwad, however, was reportedly miffed with not being provided a business class seat.

Global Media De Blasio: Too many new jails in plan to close Rikers Island
Author: 0 De Blasio: Too many new jails in plan to close Rikers Island

The commission issued a report on Sunday recommending Rikers be closed and replaced with smaller community jails, including a facility on Staten Island. "Today, we've got about 9,500 people in custody in our entire jail system", he said. "I saw fights people get stabbed, it really is survival of the fittest when you're in there", said Stanley Richards, a member of the commission who was locked up when he was a teen for robbery.

Author: 0 Leftist Moreno declared victor in Ecuador presidential race

So we can not recognize the illegitimate results", the rightist banking magnate said on Twitter on Monday. "We Ecuadorians have not fallen to the provocation of those who wanted riots and to sabotage the democratic process..." Guillermo Lasso is claiming he was the victim of electoral fraud and said his campaign will challenge results in all of Ecuador's 24 provinces.