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World News China exports soar, but trade war may be nigh
Author: 0 China exports soar, but trade war may be nigh

There are two other flashpoints on the horizon - an upcoming report on whether China deserves blame for the large-scale theft of intellectual property rights, and a decision on the issue of dubbing Beijing as a currency manipulator. The group also includes Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, India and Pakistan, and China has sought to use it to ensure security along its Central Asian border, for example, by holding joint anti-terrorism exercises.

World News Rights Group: Israeli Law Allowing Revocation of Palestinian Residency in Jerusalem Illegal
Author: 0 Rights Group: Israeli Law Allowing Revocation of Palestinian Residency in Jerusalem Illegal

The Israeli army claimed that the soldiers shot the Palestinian while he was allegedly "throwing a Molotov cocktail at them", and added that it is "investigating the incident". The Palestinians see east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state. The statement further noted that "East Jerusalem is occupied territory, and its Palestinian residents are a protected population under worldwide humanitarian law".

World News Korean stars Suzy and Lee Dong Wook are dating
Author: 0 Korean stars Suzy and Lee Dong Wook are dating

On March 9, local news outlets reported singer-actress Suzy and actor Lee Dong Wook are now in a romantic relationship. They were reportedly spotted on a date at Cheongdam-dong. This wasn't the first time Suzy talked about Lee Dong Wook on a broadcast. IU then commented, "Suzy bragged to me, too, that Lee Min Ki liked her", to which Suzy replied, "That was a lie".

World News Korean Actor Jo Min-ki Found Dead After Sex Accusations
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Though Jo Min Ki initially denied the allegations , actress Song Ha Neul and others came forward about his treatment of students, and he eventually apologized . "We will join the Me Too movement until the end to eradicate all types of sexual violence that infringe upon women's rights", the group said in a statement.

World News Heads Up: China's Tiangong-1 Space Station Is Crashing to Earth
Author: 0 Heads Up: China's Tiangong-1 Space Station Is Crashing to Earth

The country's prototype station, Tiangong-1, is due to land back on Earth between March 24 and April 19, according to the European Space Agency (ESA). However, Aerospace insisted the chance of debris hitting anyone living in these nations was tiny. There has only been one person in history that has been hit by falling space debris and she was uninjured by the small piece.

World News Chennai student stabbed to death outside college
Author: 0 Chennai student stabbed to death outside college

Reports say that both Aswini and Alagesan are from Maduravoyal. She was killed in broad daylight by a person, who was said to be stalking her. It is understood that Aswini and Alagesan were in a relationship. However, few officers of the Chennai Police believe that Aswini and Alagesan were in a relationship. Aswini's murder was reminiscent of the gruesome murder of techie Swathi at Nungambakkam railway station on June, 24, 2016.

World News Family Members Arrested Over Alleged Child Sexual Exploitation
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Sources described the investigation as "very sensitive". They were being held in Garda stations in Clare, Limerick and Cork but have since been released without charge. Up to 20 victims have been taken into care. The eleven suspects range in age from their 20s up to their 70s and are all members of an extended family.

Author: 0 EU Expects US Tariff Exclusion, Could Hit Back In 90 Days

Last week European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said the EU would have no choice but to respond in kind if the U.S. finalised the plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Europe. "It is certainly not the right way to include Europe. because we are friends, we are allies, we work together, we can not possibly be a threat to national security in the US US so we are counting on being excluded", the Swede added.

World News European Clocks Slowed By Lag In Continent's Power Grid
Author: 0 European Clocks Slowed By Lag In Continent's Power Grid

The problem is caused by a political dispute between Serbia and Kosovo that's sapping a small amount of energy from the local grid, causing a domino effect across the 25-nation network spanning the continent from Portugal to Poland and Greece to Germany.

World News Eggs stored at a fertility clinic in danger due to a malfunction
Author: 0 Eggs stored at a fertility clinic in danger due to a malfunction

It occurred some time after staff left the previous afternoon, according to Patty DePompei, president of UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital and MacDonald Women's Hospital. "We will work with our part clinics to enable them to make any strides expected to guarantee such an occasion never happens again". 'We are committed to getting answers and working with patients individually to address their concerns'.

World News 'Underdog' Manny Pacquiao announces fight with Lucas Matthysse in June
Author: 0 'Underdog' Manny Pacquiao announces fight with Lucas Matthysse in June

It was the first world title for Pacquiao under Roach; they would go on to win belts in six more weight classes. Pacquiao was supposed to fight Horn last November in a rematch, but Pacquiao withdrew from the fight after he revealed that his work schedule as a senator in the Philippines prevented Pacquiao from fully dedicating his time to train for the fight.

Author: 0 SL Green Realty (NYSE:SLG) Now Covered by Analysts at Jefferies Group

DSW Inc. (NYSE:DSW) has declined 16.80% since March 8, 2017 and is downtrending. Analysts are expecting average earnings estimates of $0.16 for the current quarter based on the opinion of 3 analysts, relating to high earnings per share estimates of $0.18 and low estimates of $0.12, however Kimco Realty Corp (NYSE:KIM) reported $0.15 earnings per share for the same quarter a year ago.

World News Government publishes policy paper on abortion
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The Catholic church in Ireland has called on its followers to vote against liberalising the country's strict anti-abortion laws in a referendum in May, in its most forceful intervention yet in the debate. Women who attempt their own abortions would not face criminal prosecution. A hundred years on from when Irish women got the vote, this International Women's Day falls as the county is on the cusp of another vote - a referendum on the Eighth Amendment, which prohibits abortion in ...

World News Rise in Russian wheat export estimates: USDA
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USA corn ending stocks were also friendly as USDA lowered that number to 2.217 billion bushel with a big hike of 175 million bushels in corn exports. However, sometimes spring months can see an increase in rain to mitigate the dryer period, he added. Forage producers growing hay for cattle may have similar concerns, he added.

World News Netflix Working Exclusive Content Deal With Obamas
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One possible show idea would feature Obama moderating conversations on topics that dominated his presidency, including health care, immigration and climate change. But with a warchest said to be overflowing with $8 billion to spend on original content this year, Netflix can afford to splash the cash. Thursday evening's report is not the first suggestion that Mr Obama could launch a new career in the media.

World News Ex-CBI chief welcomes move to challenge acquittal of Aarushi's parents
Author: 0 Ex-CBI chief welcomes move to challenge acquittal of Aarushi's parents

Earlier in December last year, Hemraj's wife had approached the top court against the Allahabad High Court verdict of October 12 last year acquitting the couple. However, following a public outrage, the case was transferred to the CBI. They also arrested Raj Kumar and Vijay Mandal - two other domestic helps - but later freed them for lack of evidence.

World News Eddie Jones: 'Owen Farrell must get in the faces of France'
Author: 0 Eddie Jones: 'Owen Farrell must get in the faces of France'

Jones had no hesitation in appointing Farrell as interim captain despite his role in the pre-match fracas in the tunnel ahead of the Scotland match. They will look to get their Six Nations title bid back on track against an inconsistent France outfit and Jones wants more of the same from Farrell.

World News China accuses Trump of damaging global trade
Author: 0 China accuses Trump of damaging global trade

China's commerce ministry says it "firmly opposes" the USA president's move but gave no indication whether Beijing might make good on threats to retaliate. "If China and India are united, one plus one will become eleven instead of two", he said. The surge in export growth last month largely reflects the shifting timing of the Chinese New Year, Julian Evans-Pritchard, an economist at Capital Economics, said.

World News Neymar dreaming of Barcelona return in 2019
Author: 0 Neymar dreaming of Barcelona return in 2019

The World Player of the Year scored twice to punish PSG's slack defending in the first leg in Madrid and his goal in Paris took him to a remarkable 117 in the Champions League , putting him 19 ahead of his eternal rival Lionel Messi of Barcelona .

World News Congress president Rahul Gandhi has Singapore audience in splits
Author: 0 Congress president Rahul Gandhi has Singapore audience in splits

Gandhi, 71, who was Congress president for 19 years was replaced by her son Rahul last year after internal party elections. Sonia Gandhi , the former leader of Congress party slammed Narendra Modi for leading a regressive vision around the nation, and for oppressing the voices of people.

World News China´s February exports surge as trade surplus widens
Author: 0 China´s February exports surge as trade surplus widens

Other customs data showed China's exports to the world surged in February, rising 44.5 per cent compared with the same period a year ago, beating the 11 per cent growth forecast by Bloomberg News. Wang said. The measures are expected to go into effect in two months, but economists see little immediate impact on China. China accounts for only a small fraction of U.S.

World News Change batteries when you 'spring ahead' this weekend
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It only started in 1916. Some people seem to like DST; others prefer standard time . The idea dates to Benjamin Franklin, who first proposed the idea as a way to conserve energy. Experts said that it's hard to get a comparison of DST versus no DST because countries either wholly adopt it or don't, and every country uses a different amount of energy.

World News Sufi singer Pyrare Lal Wadali passes away
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They were known for their various styles of singing such as Kaafian, ghazal and bhajan. Wadali Brothers , who are famous for their Punjabi Sufi music, hail from a village near Amritsar . Sidhu said Pyarelal Wadali was an exceptional singer devoted to Punjabi and his demise had left a deep void in the Punjabi Sufi singing arena. "May his soul rest in peace", Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted.

World News Russian citizens find bag filled with 54 severed hands
Author: 0 Russian citizens find bag filled with 54 severed hands

According to the Siberian Times , a single hand was spotted first, then the bag containing the remains was discovered on an island in the Amur River. Officials suggested there is a little-known practice in Russian Federation for the authorities to slice hands off unknown corpses in a bid to preserve their fingerprints later in case identification is needed.

World News Kenyatta, Odinga meet with pledge to unite Kenyans after chaotic polls
Author: 0 Kenyatta, Odinga meet with pledge to unite Kenyans after chaotic polls

Consequently the co-principals convened a meeting of the NASA Summit where they are expected to question Odinga on his deliberations with President Kenyatta and other political developments. Odinga said the opposition had made a decision to change tactics for the sake of the country's unity. "That the two leaders mutually agreed to stand down on their hard line positions for the sake of Kenya is a show of statesmanship, which is laudable", he said in a statement.

World News Chinese dragon, Indian elephant must dance together: Foreign Minister Wang Yi
Author: 0 Chinese dragon, Indian elephant must dance together: Foreign Minister Wang Yi

The US trade deficit swelled in January to its largest level in almost a decade as the world's biggest economy exported less fuel and sold fewer aircraft, government data showed Wednesday. United States exports of services, including charges for the use of intellectual property, were the highest on record at $66.7 billion. A US Trade Representative report accused China of engaging in "trade secret theft, rampant online piracy and counterfeiting, and high levels of physical pirated and ...

World News Gauri Lankesh murder case: Accused sent to SIT custody for five days
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Subsequently, after interrogation, he was taken into eight-days custody by the SIT for suspected links in the Lankesh murder case. Gauri, 55, was the outspoken editor of Gauri Lankesh Patrike , which was known for its frank editorials. The police also reportedly recovered a.32 bore rifle and 15 live cartridges from Kumar. According to the charge sheet, Naveen Kumar is not the No 1 accused in the case.

World News Tillerson: The US Is A 'Long Way' From Negotiating With North Korea
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South Korea has said the North has indicated it is prepared to give up its nuclear weapons programme - a defining feature of its politics for decades - if the U.S. The last time major worldwide talks were held to persuade North Korea to disarm were the so-called Six Party Talks involving North and South Korea, the US, China Japan, and Russian Federation.

World News Federal government urges Iran to allow professor's widow to leave the country
Author: 0 Federal government urges Iran to allow professor's widow to leave the country

He taught sociology at Imam Sadegh University in Tehran and conducted environmental research as managing director of the Persian Heritage Wildlife Foundation. He also connected with human-rights groups and journalists in NY to tell them about their mother's sudden situation. The parliamentary secretary to Foreign Affairs Minister ChrystiaFreeland, Omar Alghabra, will be greeting the brothers on their arrival in Vancouver, Seyed-Emami said.