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The intention to merge the consulate with the embassy was announced by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in October, who said the aim was "to achieve significant efficiencies and increase our effectiveness". Member of the PLO central committee Hanan Ashrawi said the move was not an administrative decision as claimed by the U.S. Instead, she said, it was "an act of political assault on Palestinian rights and identity".
  • 14 dead in 'catastrophic' Alabama tornado

    14 dead in 'catastrophic' Alabama tornado

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    Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey extended the state of emergency that had been issued last month statewide due to tornadoes and severe weather. The Lee County Emergency Management Agency said the fatalities were near Beauregard, Alabama, WFSA reported.
  • Kim summit: N.Korean leader talks up denuclearisation

    Kim summit: N.Korean leader talks up denuclearisation

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    The United States and North Korea on Friday put forward starkly different accounts over the breakdown of a high-stakes summit in Hanoi , with Pyongyang warning it would not put more on the table. Trump told Kim on Wednesday he felt the first summit was "very successful". "If the exchange is going to be economic help to North Korea. without really any tangible evidence of a denuclearization ...
  • Venezuela's Guaido begins journey home from Ecuador

    Venezuela's Guaido begins journey home from Ecuador

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    They are accused of blocking worldwide aid for the Venezuelan people. Speaking with Paraguayan President Mario Abdo, Guaido said that 600 members of Venezuela's military had abandoned Maduro's government following the clashes over the aid.
  • Pakistan Claims Downing of 2 Indian Fighter Jets in Kashmir

    Pakistan Claims Downing of 2 Indian Fighter Jets in Kashmir

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    Pakistani F-16 jets violated the Indian air space, but were pushed back by the Indian aircaft. The strikes were the deepest inside Pakistani territory since the neighboring countries last went to war over Kashmir in 1971. He said Pakistani troops on the ground captured the Indian pilot. India had already told its filmmakers not to release films in Pakistan and to stop casting Pakistani stars two weeks ago, after a suicide bomber killed 44 Indian security personnel in Kashmir.
  • Trump Vows To Sign Campus Free Speech Executive Order At CPAC

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    Trump got in many digs against the "fake news" during his speech, and most were very good, but in this case, he was the one in the wrong. The Green New Deal , favored by prominent Democratic politicians such as freshman Rep. "That system is socialism", he said. On Thursday, Trump said North Korea's demand that the USA lift economic sanctions in their entirety forced the United States to walk away from reaching an agreement at a summit in Vietnam .
  • Pak Bowed Before Diplomatic Pressure: Amit Shah On IAF Pilot's Release

    Pak Bowed Before Diplomatic Pressure: Amit Shah On IAF Pilot's Release

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    Abhinandan was accompanied by an officer of the Pakistan Foreign Office and Indian defence attache Group Captain Joy Thomas Kurien. In an interview with " BBC Urdu ", Qureshi said: "We wanted to convey to them ( India ) that we do not want to increase your sorrow, we do not want your citizens to be miserable, we want peace".
  • United Nations to vote on rival USA and Russian resolutions on Venezuela

    United Nations to vote on rival USA and Russian resolutions on Venezuela

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    Ambassador Francois Delattre, in support of the USA -drafted resolution, said it "does not represent a legal basis for a use of force, nor an attempt to undermine the sovereignty of Venezuela". The resolution had 9 votes in favor, 3 abstentions and 3 votes against, with China and Russian Federation exercising their veto powers. South Africa voted against the resolution, too, three countries abstained, while nine other states supported it.
  • White House: Trump, Kim summit ends early without deal

    White House: Trump, Kim summit ends early without deal

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    Long-standing US policy insists that American sanctions on North Korea will not be lifted until that country commits to, if not concludes, a complete, verifiable and irreversible end to its nuclear weapons program. Moon said his government will provide necessary support for follow-up talks between Pyongyang and Washington to bear fruit. "And indeed we made even more progress when the two leaders met over the last 24, 36 hours", Pompeo said.
  • Did Global Pressure Lead Imran Khan To Announce Pilot's Release?

    Did Global Pressure Lead Imran Khan To Announce Pilot's Release?

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    The Indian airstrike came after a deadly attack by Jaish-e-Mohammad on the Indian paramilitary police force in Kashmir earlier this month. Imran Khan, the prime minister, told parliament that Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman would be returned to India today after his aircraft was shot down in a dogfight with Pakistani jets over the line of control in Kashmir on Wednesday.
  • Akali Dal, BJP to fight Punjab Lok Sabha polls together: Amit Shah

    Akali Dal, BJP to fight Punjab Lok Sabha polls together: Amit Shah

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    Delhi chief minister and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal also took on the PM for engaging in political activities when an IAF personnel is captured. Pradhan Sevak hell-bent on creating a Video Conf. "@BSYBJPji, I beg to differ. We stand as one nation, action taken by our government is to safeguard our nation & ensure safety of our citizens, not to win a few extra seats", he tweeted.
  • Pakistan closes airspace, diverts all flights until further notice

    Pakistan closes airspace, diverts all flights until further notice

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    The video was released few minutes after Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor, the director general (DG) of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), concluded his press conference, confirming the arrest of two Indian Air Force pilots. A Pakistani military spokesman said that one of the downed Indian planes had fallen in Pakistani-held Kashmir, while the other came down on the Indian side of the heavily militarised de facto border dividing the territory.