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Meanwhile, the Indian media begun to cry foul after a joint statement of Saudi crown prince's visit to India was issued. However, diplomacy is a game played in grey areas. Reports suggest that the properties will be maintained under the company's franchise model with full inventory control similar to its markets like India and China.
  • EU warns of reduced imports if Trump puts tariffs on cars

    EU warns of reduced imports if Trump puts tariffs on cars

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    The Commerce Department began its investigation past year under the same law used to impose higher tariffs on steel and aluminum. Official data shows a total of 470,000 cars were exported from Germany to U.S.in 2018, while German carmakers made 750,000 vehicles at their USA plants.
  • Rod Rosenstein plans to leave Justice Department next month

    Rod Rosenstein plans to leave Justice Department next month

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    Rosen's nomination must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.He previously served as general counsel in the Transportation Department and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) but does not have experience as a prosecutor or Justice Department official, which is unusual for a deputy attorney general candidate.
  • The demented Federal Bureau of Investigation bid to oust Trump

    The demented Federal Bureau of Investigation bid to oust Trump

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    Asked if Mr Rosenstein wanted to "get rid of" the the President "one way or another", Mr McCabe said: "I can't confirm that, but what I can say is the Deputy Attorney-General was definitely very concerned, about the President, about his capacity, and about his intent at that point in time".
  • United Kingdom cybersecurity center isn't too afraid of Huawei, report says

    United Kingdom cybersecurity center isn't too afraid of Huawei, report says

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    China's government on Monday accused the United States of trying to block its industrial development by alleging that Chinese telecom gear is a cybersecurity threat. Last month Meng, who is the daughter of the Huawei founder, was charged with wire fraud that violated US sanctions on Iran. The U.S. lacks a leading corporate player in the 5G supplier game, fuelling suggestions that Washington's drumbeat of fear is propelled by commercial worries as much as security and legal concerns.
  • Poland threatens to pull out of Israel Summit over WWII comments

    Poland threatens to pull out of Israel Summit over WWII comments

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    Poland's prime minister has canceled plans to send a delegation to meeting in Jerusalem after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Poles "collaborated with the Nazis". That had followed a comment by Netanyahu last week about Polish cooperation with the Nazis. Morawiecki informed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's of his decision by phone Sunday, Michal Dworczyk, who heads the prime minister's chancellery, said.
  • DiNardo: Action on McCarrick 'clear signal' church will not tolerate abuse

    DiNardo: Action on McCarrick 'clear signal' church will not tolerate abuse

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    Prosecutors in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania past year found 300 priests were involved in child sexual abuse since the 1940s, crimes that were covered up by a string of bishops. "For years I have suffered, as many others have, at the hands of Theodore McCarrick ", he said in the statement. McCarrick appealed the decision, which was made secretly in the first instance on January 11, but it was upheld earlier this week and the pope has ruled that no further appeal would be allowed.
  • Iran warns Pakistan to crack down on Jaish al-Adl

    Iran warns Pakistan to crack down on Jaish al-Adl

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    India and Iran, after suffering from two "heinous" terrorist attacks in the past few days, have agreed on close cooperation to combat terrorism in the region as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met the country's Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araghchi here.
  • Militant Iran Taunts US on Revolution's 40th Birthday

    Militant Iran Taunts US on Revolution's 40th Birthday

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    Others carried pictures of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the Shi'ite religious leader whose return from exile led to the ouster of Iran's Shah. "The enemies are now confessing to their defeat", said Rouhani. One of the people in the crowd, 27-year-old medical student Hossein Hosseinpour, walked with his wife and their 18-month son Amir Ali. He said he wanted to teach his son to support the revolution.
  • Does Bethnal Green want IS teenager to return?

    Does Bethnal Green want IS teenager to return?

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    Begum and Abase were both 15, while Sultana, another Bangladeshi-British, was 16. After arriving in Raqqa in 2015, the trio of schoolgirls stayed at a house with other IS brides-to-be, Ms Begum told The Times . The schoolgirl was 15 when she and two students from Bethnal Green Academy, Amira Abase and Kadiza Sultana , escaped to Syria through Turkey in February 2015.
  • Illegal Immigrant Confesses to Killing Woman Found in Suitcase

    Illegal Immigrant Confesses to Killing Woman Found in Suitcase

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    The suspect also allegedly fraudulently used Reyes' ATM card, Greenwich Police Capt. Robert Berry said Tuesday. William F. Sweeney Jr., head of the FBI's NY office, said federal authorities teamed with police in Greenwich and New Rochelle to "swiftly identify Javier Da Silva , an alleged murderer, and place him behind bars".
  • Amit Shah draws brickbats for holding political meeting despite Pulwama terror attack

    Amit Shah draws brickbats for holding political meeting despite Pulwama terror attack

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    Two blue buses carrying around 35 people each bore the brunt of the explosion around 20 kilometres (12 miles) from the main city of Srinagar on the main highway towards Jammu. "Indonesia will continue to work with the global community to fight against terrorism, extremism and radicalism as well as address its root causes". "This heinous and despicable act has been perpetrated by Jaish-e-Mohammed", India's foreign ministry said in a statement.