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Venezuela is one of the largest foreign suppliers of oil to the US, accounting for almost 10 percent of total imports. Opposition politicians say Mr Maduro wants to use the assembly to entrench himself in power, while the president argues a new constitution will promote dialogue in the polarised country.
  • China Welcomes South Korea's Push for Talks With North Amid Nuclear Crisis

    China Welcomes South Korea's Push for Talks With North Amid Nuclear Crisis

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    Moon's government proposed two sets of talks to discuss how to dial down tensions and resume reunions of aging Koreans separated by the 1950-53 Korean War . North Korea didn't immediately respond to the latest offers. North Korea, which has conducted five nuclear tests since 2006, including two since the beginning of 2016, was successful on July 4, his first shot of missile intercontinental.
  • India rejects China's offer of mediation over Kashmir dispute

    India rejects China's offer of mediation over Kashmir dispute

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    Bhutan's objection to construction activities by China in the disputed Doklam area, conveyed through diplomatic channels, was possibly expected by China . Stating that the NDA government has "increased" profile of the Dalai Lama, the CPI (M) said the spiritual leader's visit to Arunachal Pradesh along with a Union minister and his recent unfurling of Tibetan flag of the provisional government in Ladakh are "serious irritants" for China .
  • LeT module that attacked Amarnath pilgrims had four members: JK police

    LeT module that attacked Amarnath pilgrims had four members: JK police

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    The Anantnag attack on the pilgrims came the same day police announced the arrest of an LeT module, which included a Hindu terrorist from Muzaffaranagar in Uttar Pradesh. In synch with the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Minister of State Jitendra Singh on Wednesday said that "all Kashmiris are not terrorists" adding that terrorism is in its last phase and would soon be wiped out.
  • U.S. suspends efforts to free tangled whales after death

    U.S. suspends efforts to free tangled whales after death

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    Prior to the incident, Howlett had reportedly cruised off the region's eastern province earlier in the week to help rescue the marine mammal that had turned out to be tangled in rope. During the rescue attempt Monday, Howlett was on a Department of Fisheries and Oceans fast response vessel, according to a separate statement from Minister Dominic LeBlanc.
  • IN chiropractor among those charged in fraud case

    IN chiropractor among those charged in fraud case

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    In total, Sessions said 412 people, including 56 doctors, were charged with defrauding federal health programs of $1.3 billion. Sessions told reporters those suspects include 115 doctors, nurses and other medical professionals. He said federal prosecutors will continue with investigations of "fraudsters and drug dealers wherever they are". The abuse of pharmaceutical opioids is widely blamed for a medical crisis involving tens of thousands of overdoses on heroin and fentanyl.
  • FA50 fighter jets grounded after air strike mishap in Marawi

    FA50 fighter jets grounded after air strike mishap in Marawi

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    In fact, he said the Armed Forces of the Philippines ( AFP ) is finalizing the preparation for the deployment of "well-experienced" engineers for its Engineering Units to help in the rehabilitation process particularly in the restoration of public infrastructures such as school building, mosques, multi-purpose centers, farm-to-market roads and health centers, among others.
  • Shooting kills 3, sparks manhunt in Alabama

    Shooting kills 3, sparks manhunt in Alabama

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    Lever is accused of sexually abusing a young girl for than five years beginning in 2005 and sometimes forcing a young boy to participate. In both cases, Lever was charged with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child, aggravated indecent assault of a child, indecent assault person less than 13 years of age, corruption of minors, and distribution of explicit sexual material of a minor.
  • Explosion Rocks Air Force Recruitment Center Near Tulsa

    Explosion Rocks Air Force Recruitment Center Near Tulsa

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    The FBI says an explosion Monday night at an Air Force recruiting station in the Tulsa suburb of Bixby is not now being considered an act of terrorism. She says agents are treating the explosion late Monday as a possible act of domestic terrorism out of "an abundance of caution", because of its proximity to the recruiting office.
  • Dalian Wanda Selling its Theme Parks, Hotels as Disney China Outpaces It

    Dalian Wanda Selling its Theme Parks, Hotels as Disney China Outpaces It

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    Among the projects included in the deal were the Nanchang Wanda City, which the company opened a year ago and that Wanda chairman Wang Jianlin had talked up as a competitor to Disneyland Shanghai. "In recent years, China encouraged companies to invest overseas to acquire technology, find new markets and increase China's corporate footprint worldwide".
  • Tillerson says U.S. ready for Syria no-fly zone with Russian Federation

    Tillerson says U.S. ready for Syria no-fly zone with Russian Federation

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    The deal is separate from " de-escalation zones " that were to be created under a deal brokered by Russia , Turkey and Iran earlier this year. The U.S., wary of Iran's involvement, was not a part of that deal. and Russian Federation being able to work together" there. Randa Slim, director of The Middle East Institute's Track II Dialogues initiative, which looks at facilitating policy and problem solving in the region, said Mr Tillerson's statement and the ceasefire announcement "define ...
  • Doha Defiant As Saudi-Led Bloc Warns Of 'New Measures'

    Doha Defiant As Saudi-Led Bloc Warns Of 'New Measures'

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    Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry told reporters at a joint news conference in Cairo that Qatar's response was " generally negative " and failed to "lay the foundation for Qatar's reversal of the policies it pursues". "We believe that the world is governed by global laws that don't allow big countries to bully small countries", Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani told a news conference, AP wrote.
  • HTC is prepping a mid-range phone with Edge Sense onboard

    HTC is prepping a mid-range phone with Edge Sense onboard

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    A Twitter user with the username @ LlabTooFeR has claimed that a new HTC smartphone codenamed as Ocean Life is coming down the pipe. The specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, putting it firmly in mid-range territory, but it doesn't say how much RAM will be joined on to it.
  • Dozens Injured, Panic Breaks Out After Mass Shooting In US Nightclub

    Dozens Injured, Panic Breaks Out After Mass Shooting In US Nightclub

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    State regulators suspended the club's liquor license Saturday, and the club's landlord posted an eviction notice saying that Power Ultra is being ousted for "failure to maintain the premises in a safe condition". We are committed to doing everything possible to bring safety to our city, he said in a statement . "We need everyone to help". "The violence is not for the club people", he wrote on Facebook in response to the shooting.
  • Angela Merkel attacks Donald Trump's foreign policy stance ahead of G20 showdown

    Angela Merkel attacks Donald Trump's foreign policy stance ahead of G20 showdown

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    National Security Adviser Lt. Gen.H.R. McMaster confirmed "the two leaders would meet on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit in the northern German city and that President Trump's journey would also include a stop in Poland". Around 30 protests have been scheduled ahead of the summit, and the organizers are hoping for a total turnout of more than 100,000 people. And Kevin Rudd said it appeared the U.S.
  • China, Germany to step up global leadership at G-20

    China, Germany to step up global leadership at G-20

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    US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel plan to meet in Hamburg on the eve of a Group of 20 summit, Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert said at a press briefing. Li also said Xi will hold a number of bilateral meetings. The summit will kick off on Friday with a leader-level discussion behind closed doors on terrorism, at which Mr Turnbull will call for cyberspace to be treated just as seriously as the battlefield in countering Islamic State.
  • Trump touts call with Saudi Arabia

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    Saudi Arabia , along with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt, have boycotted Qatar over what they say is its support for Islamist extremism and close ties to Iran, seen by Gulf states as a risky regional rival. Qatar on Thursday said the list contained some demands impossible to meet because the underlying accusation was untrue. Kuwait has been acting as a mediator since the beginning of the crisis.
  • 1000 movie theatres in southern India go on indefinite strike over tax

    1000 movie theatres in southern India go on indefinite strike over tax

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    Industry heavyweights met with the state's chief minister late Monday, but discussions reached an impasse, and theaters announced they would keep their doors closed until the next meeting with Tamil Nadu's government. Jayakumar said he has assured the representatives that the government was with them. The reason behind the cancellation of screenings is that there is imposed 30 percent local body tax apart from additional tariffs under the new GST plan.