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Twitter Accounts Hacked with Swastikas and Nazi Posts

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The tweets, which have since been deleted by most of those hacked accounts, included the hashtags #Nazialmanya and #Nazihollanda , and mentioned April 16, the date of a referendum in Turkey that would give President Recep Tayyip Erdogan more control over the country's government. Read More »

Obama Comes Out to Defend His Health Care Law

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Don Bacon, R-Neb., told The World-Herald. "I wish I had a better answer for you". Iton says people in those counties are dying of drug overdoses, alcohol-related illnesses, suicides and accidents. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, R-Neb., had talked about the need for action but never officially committed to supporting the legislation. "It came out of the bill", Mrs. Read More »

GOP proposal wasn't a better healthcare plan

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Democrat Sen. Debbie Stabenow also spoke out on the pulled bill saying in part, "It's time to come together in a bipartisan way to improve health care for middle-class families in MI and across the country, instead of this irresponsible rush to pass a bill that would have raised costs and reduced medical care for most MI families". Read More »

Paul Ryan accepts it's over: Obamacare is 'law of the land'

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The GOP proposal would have de-funded Planned Parenthood for a year, disrupting millions of women's choice of their own health providers for reproductive care and cancer screenings. It's been 30 years since Congress last found consensus to rewrite the tax code, and there have been numerous failed attempts since. "The bill was an assault on working families from the very beginning". Read More »

Car bomb kills 6 near Somalia presidential palace

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Briefing to the visiting Prime Minister on the situation of the patients, Medina Hospital Director Dr Mohamed Yusuf said that 20 people were brought to the hospital, and they are fighting to save their lives. Somalia's new Prime Minister Hassan Ali Kheyre earlier Tuesday unveiled his new cabinet, made up of 26 ministers including six women, after nearly a month of political bargaining. Read More »

GOP lawmaker: Time to work with Dems on healthcare

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Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, and carefully steered clear of blame for Mr. Trump. "We had no votes from the Democrats", Trump said . Mrs. Pelosi didn't address other deals Mr. Republicans then could draft a new budget resolution for the upcoming fiscal year with easier deficit targets, allowing for more aggressive tax cuts. Read More »

Persib Bandung Signs Former Chelsea Star Essien

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Indonesian club Persib Bandung announced the signing of Essien today and pictures of the 58-time Ghana worldwide donning his new kit have emerged on Twitter. Essien went on to enjoy a memorable career at the Bridge, cementing his place in midfield with some authoritative displays and scoring some spectacular goals for the club too. Read More »

Gareth Southgate is in complete awe of Eddie Jones' coaching philosophies

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He revealed plans to call it a day after next year's World Cup but since Gareth Southgate took over as manager, he has found not just his captaincy but also his claims to a place in the squad under scrutiny and neither are now guaranteed. "After assessment, he wouldn't be ready for tomorrow", he said. Any members of the England Supporters Travel Club found to have been involved with the anti-social behaviour face a possible order banning them from attending games. Read More »

Tesco caught out by new pound coin

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Jonathan Hart of the Automatic Vending Association said: "On 28 March, when the new £1 coin goes into circulation, we estimate that 85% of machines will be able to accept the new £1 coin while all will still accept the original £1 coin which remains in circulation until 15 October". Read More »

Mattis: US Troops Need to Stay in Iraq for 'Years'

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According to an eyewitness, the attack in Baghdad Street, in the suburb of Aghawat Jadidah, appears to have been called in to dislodge a lone Islamic State of Iraq and Syria ( ISIS ) sniper who was holding up the advance of Iraqi government forces. Read More »

Preparing for changes in health-care marketplace

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But the Obama-era health care law set a minimum floor for the whole nation. Republicans have long advocated for small businesses to be able to band together and buy coverage across state lines, and this legislation does that. Insurers have complained that the huge uncertainty caused by the GOP effort to repeal and replace the ACA has made it hard or impossible for them to make plan and rate decisions for 2018. Read More »

Japanese deputy minister visits Taiwan

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He was speaking at the opening ceremony of a tourism event showcasing Japan's smaller municipalities. The association's Taipei office serves as Japan's de facto embassy in Taiwan. "The visit was made based on the judgment of the current administration, which puts importance on relations with Taiwan", a source close to Japan's Foreign Ministry said. Read More »

French defense chief: Battle for Syria's Raqqa within days

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A Kurdish and Arab Syrian militia backed by the United States has captured the town of Karama as it prepares for an assault on the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa that it expects to take place in early April, it said on Sunday. In France, the country's defense minister said the campaign by worldwide forces to take back IS' de facto capital will start in the coming days. Jean-Yves Le Drian said Raqqa is a "major objective" for the US-led coalition, adding: "Today we can say that Raqqa is ... Read More »

Failure on health bill also hurts prospects for tax overhaul

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Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., say they will soon turn their attention to the first major re-write of the tax code in more than 30 years. Seniors have bigger discounts on their prescription drugs. Ryan made this case to fellow House Republicans in his failed effort to gain support for the health plan. The budget office says the bill would reduce projected federal Medicaid spending by about $840 billion from 2017-2026, and roughly 14 million fewer people would be enrolled by 2026. Read More »

Pakistan take on West Indies in first T20 tonight

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Sarfraz Khan confident about the team's performance. "The way he has been scoring runs continuously over the last two years is outstanding". During the tour of England in 2010, three players - then captain Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir - were found involved in spot-fixing and banned for five-years. Read More »

Merkel's conservatives ahead of Germany's Social Democrats

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Schulz, a former president of the European Parliament but a newcomer to national politics, has boosted his party's long-moribund poll ratings and injected it with new self-confidence. The predominantly Catholic region, occupied by France after World War II, has since the mid-1950s been ruled by the CDU, alone or in coalition , except for the 1985-98 reign of former SPD premier Oskar Lafontaine. Read More »

Haas F1 suffers through miserable F1 Australian Grand Prix

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I want to beat myself up a bit". "We still need to improve, and we will, so we'll see in the next few races". Australian Grand Prix officials have launched an investigation into how fans were allowed access to the track before all the cars had returned to the pitlane. Read More »

Court holds TEPCO, govt liable for Fukushima safety failures

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Holdings Inc. It called the massive tsunami predictable and said the major nuclear disaster could have been avoided. The ruling can be seen as a warning to the government and utilities that, in the case of nuclear power, preparations must always be made for the worst-case scenario, given the enormous damage a single accident can do. Read More »

Bali to join Earth Hour

According to Lomborg, the prime message of Earth Hour is that tackling global warming is easy. In Brunei, Earth Hour was observed with two iconic landmarks in the capital - Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Complex and Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque - as focal points as the event rolled across the globe simultaneously. Read More »

Only 17 Percent Of Voters Support American Health Care Act

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It's important to note that there may be changes in the bill since the poll was taken, and voters are not likely aware of numerous plan's details. The 14 percent includes 27 percent of voters in families with household income below $30,000, 18 percent of working class families and 14 percent of middle class families, the poll said. Read More »

Kerala Minister, Saseendran, Steps Down Over Obscene Audio Clip

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The audio clipping was released by a Malayalam television channel this afternoon. In a press conference held in Kozhikode on Sunday he announced his resignation. Reacting to the resignation IUML state General Secretary K P A Majeed said a probe should be necessary to find out the veracity of the allegation. As soon as media reports surfaced, Saseendran cancelled all his public programmes at Kozhikode and remained indoors at the government guest house. Read More »

Dozens arrested during anti-Kremlin protests in Moscow

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Hundreds of opposition protesters crowded around the police van and tried to prevent it from taking Navalny away. "Our topic today is fight against corruption". Police have been deployed in large numbers in Moscow where dozens of other protesters have also been detained. As of midday in Moscow, state news media had not reported the protests. Read More »