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During her fiery attack, the Prime Minister also quoted a Twitter user when highlighting the response Mr Corbyn got after he asked Twitter followers for questions to ask in the Commons. The fossil fuel extraction method, which involves shooting chemical-infused water into shale rock at high speeds to release the gas underneath it, is not "compatible with climate change prevention", he said .

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Netanyahu and Abbas willing to meet, but blame each other

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas says he will not meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Moscow, AFP reports. "President Putin has proposed a meeting on September 9 in Moscow". The Jerusalem Post reported Mr Rivlin "apologised profusely" to Ms Bishop after he cancelled a scheduled state visit to Australia in March this year for a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.

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Turkey says 2 of its soldiers killed in IS attack in Syria

Syrian Kurdish fighters have not completely pulled back to the east of the Euphrates river, Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli said on Wednesday, voicing a frequent complaint about the advance of the US -backed militia in northern Syria.

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Merkel''s Party Loses Ground to German Anti-Immigrant Party

But New Year's Eve robberies and sexual assaults in Germany blamed largely on foreigners, as well as two attacks in July carried out by asylum-seekers and claimed by the Isil group, have fed tensions. On Sunday, Tauber had insisted that, while the Schwerin result was "bitter", it would not influence the prospect of Merkel contesting a fourth federal term.

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Palestinian economy could double without 'occupation'

The Palestinians formally asked the ICC past year to investigate the Jewish state, which has not signed up to the ICC, for alleged war crimes. The PA filed evidence on both the 2014 conflict and other more recent violent incidents. If Hague prosecutors feel that Israeli authorities are unable or unwilling to conduct credible investigations themselves, they can take over jurisdiction.

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On historic trip to Laos, Obama aims to heal war wounds

The tiff between the two allies overshadowed the opening of a summit of East and Southeast Asian nations in Vientiane, Laos . Since then, the US has maintained a military presence that has become strategically important in recent years as China has pursued a more aggressive military stance in the region.

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Sarfraz, Shoaib lead Pak to consolation ODI win

Sarfraz has been one of the Pakistan's standout performers in both Test and one-day cricket during their tour of England . It also denied Morgan's men, who back in June tied an ODI with Sri Lanka in Nottingham before winning that series, a maiden unbeaten season in white-ball cricket ahead of Wednesday's lone Twenty20 against Pakistan in Manchester.

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Mishawaka Olive Garden delivers lunch to first responders at four locations

Olive Garden says over the years, it has given out more than 10,000 meals on Labor Day. After she ate, Molfetta was asked what the free meal meant to her. Although working on Labor Day when your friends and family have the day off can be hard, some firefighters at the Ohio Township Fire Department were thanked for working this holiday.

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North Korea Fires Ballistic Missiles: Widespread Attack Imminent?

The G-20 leaders of advanced and emerging economies were wrapping up their two-day summit in the Chinese city of Hangzhou. According to South Korea's military, the missiles were fired from an area south of Pyongyang and flew more than 600 miles, landing in Japan's air defense identification zone.

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Australia says wants "very strong" Britain free trade deal

Mr Turnbull made his comments at the G20 summit in China and provided a boost for Mrs May after President Barack Obama had said that America's priorities were to seal free trade agreements with the European Union and the Asia-Pacific nations, rather than doing a post-Brexit deal with the UK.

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Obama, Putin, agree to continue seeking deal on Syria

Washington and Moscow have sought for weeks to secure a ceasefire between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government and terrorist groups operating in the country. A deal on Syria could place US-Russia ties in a firmer position as Obama prepares to leave office. Turkey has used the operations to push back Syrian Kurds it accuses of seeking to claim more territory.

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South Sudan rebel leader flees country, spokesman says

Duale on Thursday said deploying KDF will see security beefed up in the country as well as deepen regional integration. This comes as South Sudan's sacked Vice-President Riek Machar left the country Thursday morning, weeks after his forces were involved in deadly clashes with government troops.

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Construction of patrol boats among 12 India-Vietnam agreements signed

Modi emphasised that his visit to Vietnam - the first by an Indian premier in 15 years - was to "nurture a relationship between our two societies and nations". Addressing a media briefing here, Preeti Saran, secretary (East) in the external affairs ministry, said that Vietnam is the country coordinator for India with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean).

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Sacked AAP minister Sandeep Kumar booked for rape, surrenders before police

She alleged in her complaint that the CD was made after Kumar became a minister. Sandeep Kumar was charged under Sections 376 (punishment for rape) and 328 (causing hurt by means of poison, etc. "The party is taking action". Once again, CM of Delhi Kejriwal attempted to make the people fool and claiming that AAP is the biggest hope of the nation.

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China, US join climate deal; Obama hails work to save planet

May will hold talks with world leaders including Barack Obama , Vladimir Putin and the Chinese president, Xi Jinping. The proposal adopted by China's National People's Congress Standing Committee says the agreement will help China "play a bigger role in global climate governance", state-run Xinhua News Agency reported Saturday.

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Barking dog found alive in rubble 9 days after Italy's quake

It depicted a balding man standing and covered in blood with the moniker "Penne in tomato sauce", a badly scratched up woman next to him labelled "Penne au gratin". The outrage was such that the French embassy in Italy released a statement saying the cartoons were not representative of France's position. The death toll of the catastrophe that hit central Italy now stands at 294, with 231 casualties occurring in Amatrice alone.

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New Turkish tank incursion into Syria

Turkey renewed air strikes on Islamic State sites in Syria on Friday, extending operations along a 90-km (56-mile) corridor near the Turkish border which Ankara says it is clearing of jihadists and protecting from Kurdish militia expansion.

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Trump proposals 'a real threat' for Mexico — Pena Nieto

Delivering his eagerly awaited immigration policy, hours after meeting Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico City, Trump articulated a strong and tough immigration policy, which is quite opposite to that of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton , which is based on compassion and providing a pathway to almost 11 million illegal immigrants.

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Japanese Defense Ministry Seeks Record $51 Billion Budget

The improvements will double their range to around 30 km (19 miles) and sharpen targeting to hit arriving ballistic warheads. The announcement came almost a week after Pyongyang test-fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) in an apparent response to the annual Seoul-Washington military drill that will continue till Friday.

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G20 Summit: China sends 2 million residents on vacation

Vice foreign ministers of South Korea and China have discussed arrangements of their leaders' summit and Seoul's deployment of an advanced USA anti-missile system, Seoul's foreign ministry said Thursday. "From where China sits, it looks like the Americans are trying to encircle them", said a senior Western envoy, describing conversations with Chinese officials ahead of G20 as being dominated by the South China Sea row and an advanced USA anti-missile system to be deployed in South Korea.

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Obama cuts short the sentences of 111 federal inmates

Uriah Alfred Rose, of Miami, was sentenced to more than 15 years' imprisonment in 2007 for possession with intent to distribute five grams of crack cocaine. However, legislation aimed at ending unduly harsh sentencing for drug offenses remain stalled on Capitol Hill. Two goals of the legislation are to reduce overcrowding in the nation's prisons and save taxpayer dollars.

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Clinton says controversies behind her; Trump begs to differ

For a little over a week now, Trump has kept his focus on his Democratic opponent by capitalizing on the numerous developments related to her private email practices and the questionable dealings between Clinton Foundation donors and the State Department.

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Zika remains global emergency, virus still spreading

Benign in most people, Zika has been linked to a form of severe birth defect called microcephaly which causes newborns' heads to be abnormally small. "This extraordinary event is rapidly becoming, unfortunately, an ordinary event", Heymann said, explaining that health officials around the world should prepare for the imminent arrival of the disease spread mostly by mosquitoes, but also through sex.

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Pakistan enjoys good ties with China, Russia, ME countries: Sartaj

About Kashmir he said, "Kashmir dispute has to be settled by Kashmiris". India on Thursday called Pakistan's effort to raise global concern over Kashmir issue by writing letters to the United Nations "baseless and untenable". The Spokesman said global community needed to play its role in resolution of Kashmir dispute adding that the United Nations had a responsibility upon it to play in this regard.

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USA sign deal to share military assets and bases

It also counters Chinese plan to have artificial islands or air bases in the South China Sea. It is only meant for logistic and humanitarian assistance required for a joint exercise or an operation such as anti-terrorism, maritime security, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.