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The decision by Justice Jennifer Schecter of the NY state court in Manhattan in favour of California restaurateur Summer Zervos , a former contestant on NBC's The Apprentice , raises the prospect that Mr Trump might have to answer embarrassing questions in court about his behaviour towards women.
  • Lincoln weekend snow warning increased to amber

    Lincoln weekend snow warning increased to amber

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    The Met Office warns of slips and falls on icy surfaces as "strong easterly winds will lead to some temporary blizzard conditions and drifting of snow". "Not all places will see snow showers but where they do occur they may be organised into bands, resulting in locally 3 to 6 cm accumulating". St Patrick's Day parades could be hit with a two-inch blanket of snow as another cold snap takes grip , experts have warned.
  • France President Emmanuel Macron to arrive in India today

    France President Emmanuel Macron to arrive in India today

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    Commenting on the defence cooperation between the two countries, the Prime Minister said, "Today the agreement of reciprocal logistics support between our armies is considered a golden step in the history of our close defense cooperation". "And I dream to have more and more Indian citizens coming to France - studying, becoming entrepreneurs, creating startups - and I want my country to be a best partner in Europe, an entry point", Macron said at a reception ceremony.
  • Putin on alleged Russian interference in US elections

    Putin on alleged Russian interference in US elections

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    He then spoke about the accusations saying "so what if they're Russians?" he added "there are 146 million Russians". "So what?. I don't care", Putin said in the interview. "Doesn't that sound ridiculous even to you?" "We do not see what goal we would accomplish by interfering". USA government intelligence agencies are in unanimous agreement that Russian Federation interfered in America's election.
  • Ex-officer charged with assault for allegedly beating jaywalker

    Ex-officer charged with assault for allegedly beating jaywalker

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    Police body camera video published by the Asheville Citizen Times on Wednesday has caused widespread public outcry over the beating and torture of an African American man accused of jaywalking and trespassing in a vacant parking lot in Asheville , North Carolina past year by white police officers.
  • Tillerson aims to show United States cares about Africa

    Tillerson aims to show United States cares about Africa

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    Tillerson told African countries to weigh Chinese loans carefully, adding that the United States was not trying to keep Chinese investment away from the continent, Premium Times reports. Mr Tillerson gave his speech at George Mason University in Virginia, shortly before setting off on his weeklong visit to Chad, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya and Nigeria.
  • Protests in Salem, Namakkal against H Raja's remarks

    Protests in Salem, Namakkal against H Raja's remarks

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    Ambedkar in Meerut and Periyar E.V. Ramasamy in Vellore . The prime minister also spoke to home minister Rajnath Singh on the matter and expressed his strong disapproval of such vandalism. The advisory urges the states to make District Magistrates and Senior Superintendents of Police personally responsible for ensuring that law and order situation remains firmly under control.
  • North Korea talks offer a defining challenge for Trump

    North Korea talks offer a defining challenge for Trump

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    He explained the 2 sides agreed to hold a summit in Panmunjom in late April. Although Bolton expressed wariness with North Korea's seemingly drastic shift, he maintained that the U.S. So, does this mean we should be skeptical about the announcement and brace ourselves for an expected devolution? United Nations Security Council sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's sixth nuclear test last year, and a dozen missile launches, have ratcheted up economic pressure on the ...
  • Extremists Killed in Attack on French Embassy in Burkina Faso

    Extremists Killed in Attack on French Embassy in Burkina Faso

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    Burkina Faso's northern border region near Mali is the home of Ibrahim Malam Dicko, an extremist preacher who has claimed responsibility for recent deadly attacks on troops and civilians. In aiding the fight against terrorist groups, Mr. Kaolaga said, Burkina Faso has become one of their targets. "All day it was like this", said Sylvain Some, who works at a stand near the embassy.
  • Congress, BJP have miserably failed in governance, says KCR

    Congress, BJP have miserably failed in governance, says KCR

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    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday promised support to her Telangana counterpart K Chandrasekhar Rao , a day after he expressed keenness to participate in national politics to bring about a "qualitative change". But all three experiments for a Third Front at the national level - Janata Party of 1977, National Front in 1987 and United Front in 1996 all ended in failure.
  • Committed to winning back trust of people in northeast, says Rahul Gandhi

    Committed to winning back trust of people in northeast, says Rahul Gandhi

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    In Nagaland, the right-wing party and its allies took almost half the seats and are poised to form the next government with the support of independent legislators. In case of Tripura, the rise of BJP is simply remarkable. Chief minister of Tripura for the past 20 years, Sarkar, who has been in the election fray for the past 37 years (since 1981), has been elected to the state assembly seven times - in 1981 (by-polls), 1983, 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013 and 2018.