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People UK official backs homeless crackdown for royal wedding
Author: 0 UK official backs homeless crackdown for royal wedding

Describing the issue as an "epidemic of rough sleeping and vagrancy", the council leader made a public appeal to move the homeless people on Windsor's streets before the royal wedding, voicing his concern that it is presenting "a handsome town in a sadly unfavourable light".

People Saudi warplane crashes in Yemen - coalition
Author: 0 Saudi warplane crashes in Yemen - coalition

A Saudi warplane from the coalition battling rebels in Yemen crashed on Sunday because of "technical failure", the coalition and state media said, adding that both crew were rescued. In December, the United States said it has "undeniable" evidence that Tehran is violating global law. Saudi Arabia has repeatedly accused its regional rival Iran of arming the Shia Houthis, but Tehran denies the allegations.

People Trump postpones his fake
Author: 0 Trump postpones his fake "Fake News Awards"

In fact, several late-night comedy hosts are actually campaigning for the public disgrace that presumably will bring higher ratings. Trump frequently rails on the media and accuses reporters and networks of being "fake news". But Trump supporters are jubilantly awaiting the announcements. One big question facing the media is: Will they go live? "Stay tuned!" the president tweeted.

People Donald Trump assails 'Fake Book' as allies hail 'political genius'
Author: 0 Donald Trump assails 'Fake Book' as allies hail 'political genius'

Facing withering criticism from President Donald Trump , former White House allies and even his financial backers, Breitbart News chief and former Trump strategist Steve Bannon backtracked Sunday from his commentary in a new book that portrays the president as mentally unfit for his job and members of his family as unpatriotic.

People Will explore all legal options, says Tribune editor on Aadhaar FIR
Author: 0 Will explore all legal options, says Tribune editor on Aadhaar FIR

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) today denied claims that filing an FIR against The Tribune's editor and reporter for an Aadhaar data breach was a case of suppressing media freedom. "The Guild condemns UIDAI's action to have the Tribune reporter booked by the police as it is clearly meant to browbeat a journalist whose investigation on the matter was of great public interest".

People SEC investigating Kushner business over use of visa program
Author: 0 SEC investigating Kushner business over use of visa program

Kushner Cos was asked by the SEC for information on its use of the visa program, known as EB-5, in May 2017, according to a person the Journal said was familiar with the matter. The EB-5 program primarily is used by wealthy Chinese individuals, according to Department of Homeland Security data. Kushner Cos. apparently caught the eye of federal regulators with an aggressive marketing campaign in Beijing and Shanghai that was created to attract investors to finance the construction of a ...

Author: 0 Walt Disney Co (DIS) Holdings Cut by Dupont Capital Management Corp

Shares of Walt Disney ( NYSE DIS ) traded down $0.61 during mid-day trading on Friday, reaching $111.62. During the same quarter in the prior year, the business posted $1.10 earnings per share. 95 funds opened positions while 563 raised stakes. Northern Trust Corp now owns 20,462,287 shares of the entertainment giant's stock worth $2,174,118,000 after purchasing an additional 500,349 shares during the period.

Author: 0 Sessions nixes Obama-era rules leaving states alone that legalize pot

In San Diego, police are typically targeting the black market during investigations, not the legal and licensed businesses. Colorado has a new statewide plant-count limit (the cap of twelve applies to everyone including medical patients, unless they receive a plant-count extension from the state), but it falls to local and state law enforcement officials to enforce that.

Author: 0 Iranian oil tanker burns, 32 go missing off China's coast

The collision took place approximately 160 nautical miles east of the mouth of the Yangtze River, at about 8 p.m. local time, it said in a statement. The Chinese vessel had been damaged but "the safety of the ship was not jeopardized" and all its 21 Chinese crew had been rescued, officials from the Ministry of Transport said.

People US East Coast hit with sub-zero temperatures following snowstorm
Author: 0 US East Coast hit with sub-zero temperatures following snowstorm

Bombogenesis is the process that creates the type of super-severe storm-a bomb cyclone-that the East Coast is now experiencing. Freezing rain, sleet and snow are smothering parts of the Southeast states on Wednesday while deep freeze blew across SC with some areas seeing five to six inches of snow.

People West Bengal youth held for proposing Sachin Tendulkar's daughter over phone
Author: 0 West Bengal youth held for proposing Sachin Tendulkar's daughter over phone

Mumbai poliuce is likely to present him before Haldia court and he will be then taken to Mumbai on transit remand. It is still not known how the man got hold of Tendulkar's landline number. Sara was sitting at the pavilion to watch a match. His family has claimed that he is mentally unstable. Even at home he used to torture his parents. However, how Maity obtained Tendulkar's landline number remains a mystery.

Author: 0 Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall expecting their second child

Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall attend the Magic Millions Raceday on January 14, 2017 in Gold Coast, Australia. They family made the journey after spending Christmas in Sydney during their working holiday Down Under. However down we feel, she will come running up in our faces". The couple tied the knot in July 2011 in Edinburgh during a 45-minute ceremony at Canongate Kirk followed by a lavish reception at Holyrood House.

People At Least 17 Civilians Killed in Strikes on Syria's Eastern Ghouta
Author: 0 At Least 17 Civilians Killed in Strikes on Syria's Eastern Ghouta

At least 17 civilians were killed on Saturday in regime and Russian airstrikes on the rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta the capital Damascus, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights . It's also not clear whose airstrikes they were, as while initial reports said the warplanes belonged to the Syrian military , later reports quoted monitors as saying the planes belonged to the Russian military .

People Sydney swelters in second hottest day ever recorded
Author: 0 Sydney swelters in second hottest day ever recorded

Temperatures reached as high as 35 degrees by 9am in parts of Sydney . A "fairly shallow and weak southerly change" moved over the city about 6pm on Sunday evening. NSW Rural Fire Service Deputy Commissioner Rob Rogers said that smokers needed to be particularly aware on days with total fire bans. They've also informed residents that if they are considering leaving their homes, they should do so earlier rather than later.

Author: 0 After Djibouti, China to build second foreign naval base in Pak

Responding to a question about India test-firing an interceptor missile, Faisal said Pakistan always maintained that anti-ballistic missile systems entail destabilising effects, especially in the regional context and can provoke an arms race.

People Privilege notice to Rahul Gandhi for misspelling 'Jaitlie' in tweet
Author: 0 Privilege notice to Rahul Gandhi for misspelling 'Jaitlie' in tweet

Sources say that the chairman held that "prima facie there is an issue of privilege" and sent the privilege notice to the Lok Sabha Speaker as Mr Gandhi is a member of the Lok Sabha. Yadav moved the privilege motion the next day, accusing the Congress president of "mala fide intentions to defame the House". "Any such perception is erroneous, we hold these leaders in high esteem, as well as their commitment to India", Jaitley told the House.

People Amit Shah in Holalkere on January 10
Author: 0 Amit Shah in Holalkere on January 10

Shah is on a two-day visit to Tripura, where the Assembly polls are due in the early months of 2018. While Tripura has been under Left rule since 1993, Nagaland has the Naga People's Front (NPF) - a BJP ally - in office for the past 15 years.

People China tightens trade limits on N. Korea
Author: 0 China tightens trade limits on N. Korea

China accounts for almost all of Pyongyang's energy supplies and trade, making its enforcement key to sanctions aimed at discouraging leader Kim Jong Un from pursuing nuclear and missile technology. North Korea's official news agency has urged practical action in order to improve ties between the two Koreas in an editorial on Sunday, ahead of the first meeting between the two countries in more than two years.