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Demo of EVM tempering in Delhi assembly by AAP leader

The Election Commission, however, junked these claims and said that any machine carried out of their premises ceases to be an EVM used for polling. "AAP MLAs are mocking at democracy - another stunt to divert public attention from Kejriwal's corruption", the BJP said in a statement . Read More »

Possible names Trump could consider to replace Comey

Ironically, Kissinger, who was meeting with Trump , was Nixon's secretary of state in 1973, just sworn in after being Nixon's national security adviser. "This is Nixonian", said Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa. Comey's "removal at this particular time will raise questions", said Sen. Ron Wyden, calling for Comey to immediately be summoned to testify to Congress about the status of the Trump-Russia investigation. Read More »

Tillerson Points to Shift in US Foreign Policy Priorities


He said the U.S. would continue to ensure freedom of navigation and overflight and unhindered commerce. Vice President Mike Pence visited Indonesia last month and said Trump will attend a regional summit in the Philippines this fall. "We're going to have to send China a clear signal that, first, the island-building stops and, second, your access to those islands is also not going to be allowed", Tillerson said, in remarks that critics said invited a military confrontation. Read More »

Tips Lead To Suspect In Arizona Serial Killings

On Monday, he was charged with another eight counts of homicide, three counts of attempted homicide, six counts of drive-by shooting, five counts of aggravated assault and one count each of endangerment, discharging a firearm at a structure, discharging a firearm at a non-residential structure and criminal damage. Read More »

Girls meet Nigerian president after Boko Haram release


The number of Boko Haram suspects released by authorities remains undisclosed. According to her, however, the United Nations children's agency remained deeply concerned for the thousands of women and children still held in captivity by Boko Haram. Read More »

CPEC doesn't change Kashmir stand: China


Senior researchers also said Chinese companies had broken laws and violated social norms, which "damaged the reputation of the Chinese people". However, Chinese have time and again sought to downplay these assertions. Discussing the various components of OBOR, he stated that while China describes it in relatively altruistic terms, namely as being based on the principles of mutual benefit and win-win, numerous participating countries and partners like the European Union, remain sceptical. Read More »

Russian government releases photos of Oval Office meeting

Russian Federation and Iran are both aligned with Assad against rebel factions that want to remove Assad from office. The leaders also discussed Ukraine, and Trump stressed Russia's responsibility to fully put in place a peace agreement. President Donald Trump has scheduled a White House meeting for late Wednesday morning with Vladimir Putin's top diplomat. The diplomat says it's in Russia's interests for the United States to contribute, and that he believes the genuinely interested. Read More »

'You have a true friend,' Trump tells NRA


In February, Trump stunned senators during a bipartisan meeting by telling Democrats, "Pocahontas is now the face of your party". Past expressing nostalgia for election night - "What fun that was, November 8th". "He ran as one of the most unabashed pro-second amendment candidates in my lifetime, and he really has kept his promises and done a lot for people who care about the Second Amendment and the Constitution in his first 100 days". Read More »

Pakistan Summons Afghan Charge d'Affairs Over Deadly Border Incident

Afghan Border Forces opened unprovoked fire on Pakistani officials when they were conducting population census in a village near Pak-Afghan border in Chaman area of Balochistan on last Friday. The incident happened after a Nicaraguan commander cited Google's version of the border map in an interview with Costa Rican newspaper La Nacion to justify a raid on a disputed area of Costa Rica. Read More »

Cavusoglu: every weapon seized by Syrian Kurds is threat to Turkey


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will discuss the USA decision to arm Syria's Kurdish fighters with President Donald Trump at their meeting in May, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said. Even with the extra US weaponry, the Kurds and their Syrian Arab partners are expected to face a hard and perhaps lengthy fight for control of Raqqa, which has been key to the extremists' state-building project. Read More »

Collapsed interstate bridge in Georgia to open next week

Atlanta drivers can resume their commutes on a heavily used interstate by early next week at the latest, Georgia's governor and state transportation officials announced Wednesday, about six weeks since a bridge on the highway collapsed due to a large fire. Read More »

Trump eyes embrace of base as he marks tough first 100 days


That is why the U.S. has withdrawn from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Trump said. The White House's repeated failure to pass health care reform in the House is hardly a good omen for the rest of its legislative agenda. This is more work than in my previous life. "I thought it would be easier". But others blamed any shortcomings on obstruction from Democrats. The post Trump Marks Tough First 100 Days, Facing Humbling Realities appeared first on SIGNAL. Read More »

What Do Trump's First 100 Days Mean for Israel?

The resolution calls on Israel to rescind any "legislative and administrative measures and actions" it has taken to "alter the character and status" of Jerusalem. Netanyahu dismissed the resolution, which passed by 22 votes to 10, with 23 abstentions. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered in December that $6 million be deducted from the budget when the U.N. Read More »

I Fired Comey Because He 'Wasn't Doing a Good Job'

Comey since at least last week, according to administration officials. Mr. McConnell also noted that Rosenstein recommended Comey's removal for numerous reasons that Democrats "consistently complained about". Several GOP senators did criticize Trump's firing of Comey, but others - including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell - have appeared unmoved. In one of the strongest statements by Republicans, Sen. Read More »

China Says It Tested New Missile in Northeastern Sea


North Korea has warned that the deployment of a US-made missile system in South Korea will turn the Korean Peninsula into a nuclear battlefield. The plans for the deployment of THAAD were announced last July, and the actual deployment process began in March, shortly after North Korea launched a salvo of ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan. Read More »

South Korea's new leader 'willing to visit North'

Indeed, even North Korea demonstrated that Moon was its favoured hopeful, with state media as of late approaching South Korean voters to "rebuff the manikin gathering of preservationists' related with Park". Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said the neighboring countries share common strategic interests. "For peace on the Korean Peninsula, I will do everything that I can do". Read More »

Trump, in first trip abroad, to visit Israel, Saudi Arabia


This month he will take his first foreign trip as president. His decision to make the Middle East his first destination also represents a sharp break from recent tradition. "Pray with me for all those who are afflicted, especially the poor, refugees and marginalized, so they may be welcomed and find comfort in our communities", he said. Read More »

South Korea's Moon speaks with chairman of joint chiefs of staff

South Korea's Prime Minister nominee Lee Nak-Yon speaks during a press conference at the presidential Blue House in Seoul on May 10, 2017. Lee's appointment requires parliamentary approval. The system has irked Beijing, Seoul's largest trading partner. South Korean President Moon Jae-in waves as he leaves the National Cemetery after inaugural ceremony in Seoul, South Korea May 10, 2017. Read More »

Dozens hurt, 1 dead in violent day of protests in Venezuela

The protests have at times turned bloody, and 36 people have been killed, according to Venezuela's attorney general's office; more than 750 have been injured. It's the first health data released by the government in almost two years. Venezuelans say they must treat themselves at public hospitals. His own chief prosecutor has spoken out against the detention of protestors. Read More »

Energy projects in question as Liberals win B.C. minority

The Liberals and the NDP were locked in a tight race in British Columbia's election on Tuesday with a handful of ridings in the province's 87-seat legislature still to be determined. British Columbia's election has brought unwelcome uncertainty for the business sector, given the prospect of an ascendant Green Party influencing policy on pipelines, natural gas exports, hydroelectricity and other resource projects. Read More »

8 members of Penn State frat due in court in pledge's death


He was a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity where several are charged in the death of Timothy Piazza. A grand jury report said the fall came during a fraternity hazing ritual involving heavy drinking. Piazza tumbled down a flight of stairs that night and fell several other times, injuring his head, Miller said. At 5 a.m., Piazza clutched at his sides as a fraternity member stepped over his body. Read More »

Korea claims plot reveals US state-sponsored terrorism

Kim Hak-song was reportedly detained on May 6, with officials claiming that they are conducting a "detailed investigation" of his alleged crimes. Beijing is considering shutting down a bridge across the Yalu (also known as Aprok) river that accommodates more than half of North Korea's trade volume with China, according to sources, who say the move could come as early as this month and is seen as a response to Pyongyang's belligerence over its nuclear weapons program. Read More »