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United States seeks targeted commitments from China on market access

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he hopes China will lift foreign ownership restrictions in its financial services sector to allow more USA participation, and remove barriers to trade in its information and communication technology sector, Reuters reports.

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National hot dog day; A staple in the East

It wasn't all clear, but we do know that you can buy the "sauce" now online, if you're a masochistic sort of native, or if you're looking for a way to playfully offend a hidebound Chicago buddy. Relatives of the Buonavolanto family - AKA Buona's owners - were among the group who first introduced Chicagoans to the sandwich. Vienna Beef - Get free shipping site wide.

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India triggered Sikkim standoff, is making negotiation hard: Chinese media

This development came after China reportedly indulged in live ammunition drill with a fully equipped brigade in the area today close to Tibet border. On the other hand, India has maintained that both the governments had reached agreement in 2012 that the trijunction boundary points between India, China and a third country will be finalised in consultation with the country concerned.

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Hillary Clinton Still Less Popular than Donald Trump

Fifty percent of USA citizens say the 45th president is doing a worse job than most past presidents, while just under 25 percent say he is doing better than his predecessors. The poll also found that half of those surveyed preferred Obamacare to the GOP plan to replace it, while only 24% preferred the Republican plan. Good question.

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Israeli forces kill Palestinian man over alleged car-ramming attack

President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah party has called for a "Day of Rage" to protest against new security measures introduced at a Jerusalem site which is holy to both Muslims and Jews. Police have been gradually reopening the site. The centers stressed that the measures violate the right to free movement and work and are also considered as racist as Israel allows the Jews to enter the compound but bans Palestinian residents of Jerusalem al-Quds from entering or opening their shops.

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Trump Addresses Health Care Bill Fail: 'We Were Let Down'

Keep in mind that Republicans have run on Repeal and Replace for years now. A few minutes later, he tweeted "let ObamaCare fail and then come together and do a great healthcare plan". House Speaker Paul Ryan then came out to speak to the press saying that he has done his job and passed his version of the repeal and replacement. If Republicans couldn't get 50 votes for their bill that took coverage away from 22 million people, they aren't going to get 50 votes for a bill that takes ...

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Hastert leaves fed pen for "halfway house"

Hastert's release date is listed as August 16. The Chicago Sun-Times reported that Hastert is under the supervision of a residential re-entry management field office based in Chicago. Hastert, who has diabetes, suffered a stroke before he started his prison sentence. "What I did was wrong, and I regret it", Hastert said at sentencing of his former student athletes.

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Grandparents now welcome under travel ban

Constitution. Grandparents of USA residents from six predominantly Muslim countries included in the Trump administration's travel ban will be allowed to obtain visas and enter the United States, according to a report by Reuters . The justice was a late fill-in at the 9th Circuit conference for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy , who canceled his trip after his wife fractured her hip in Austria.

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Trump Administration Sanctions Additional Iranians

The president's team also reportedly emphasized the need to coordinate any USA action across the range of actors involved in the Iran deal , which is also signed by the United Kingdom, Russia, France, China, and Germany. USA lawmakers are calling on Congress to pass more sanctions authorities to target Iran following President Donald Trump's move to keep the nuclear deal in place for now.

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Bad news for Man United & Ivan Perisic

United have signed Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku so far this summer and both players are settling in nicely as the club prepares for the new campaign during a tour of the United States. But the two clubs appear to have reached a compromise on the price, and Inter have turned their attentions to signing Keita Balde as a replacement.

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Presidential Election: Odisha CM, MLAs cast votes

While two observers will be present in Parliament House, one each will be deployed at the Assemblies. Earlier, Mamata asked her party MPs to cast their votes in Kolkata, fearing of cross-voting during the Presidential election. All the ballot boxes will be brought to Delhi after the election and the counting will happen on 20th of this month. A candidate needs 50% of the vote, or 5,49,452 votes, to win.

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MEPs threaten to veto Brexit offer on European Union nationals

Just two days before the start of the new round of talks, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said, in his biggest intervention yet against Brexit , that Britain could remain in the European Union despite its Brexit referendum vote.

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After Sasikala row, 32 convicts shifted out of Bengaluru central prison

In her first report, DIG Roopa had exposed the corrupt activities carried out in the city central jail, claiming that her senior DGP Sathyanarayana Rao and other officials had received a bribe of Rs 2 crore to provide special treatment to Sasikala .

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European Union leaders willing to compromise on freedom of movement, says Tony Blair

German and French voters would favour similar controls, the polling suggested. And Mr Barnier has said there were still major differences between the European Union and United Kingdom on the subject. Arriving at a separate European Council meeting in Brussels , Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the United Kingdom had made a "very fair, serious offer".

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Lee bounces back for 11th place at US Open

No American finished inside the top 10. Shanshan Feng of China, a seven-time LPGA Tour victor who had led since the opening round, hung in with a chance, needing to hole out from the fairway with her third shot for an eagle at the 18th to tie Park.

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Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel fastest network war in court

As per a report published in TechPP , the phone will be launched under Jio's LYF sub-brand. The virtual assistant will support Indian languages and can run Jio apps along with Facebook and WhatsApp. You will find a 2MP camera on the rear and a VGA sensor on the front. - The phone essentially has an all-plastic candy-bar body design with a textured back.

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S. Korea offers talks on tension, family reunions with North

The last such meetings were held in 2015, when fewer than 100 elderly Koreans from each side were allowed to spend three days with their family members. "And that is the reason we must seek to resolve the issue through dialogue and peaceful means, though it is imperative that the worldwide community further increase its pressure and impose strong sanctions", Moon said.

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Presidential election: NDA picks Venkaiah Naidu against Opposition's Gopalkrishna Gandhi

With Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal-United supporting NDA's candidate Ram Nath Kovind in the presidential election, Meira Kumar has the support of other 17 non-NDA parties. An alliance of 18 opposition parties, including the Congress, has already announced Gopalkrishna Gandhi as its candidate for vice presidential poll scheduled for August 5.

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Duo Terrorizes London With Series Of 'Completely Barbaric' Acid Attacks

They found a 32-year-old man suffering from facial injuries, Scotland Yard said in a statement . A 44-year-old man was attacked from 20 minutes later when he was sprayed with a substance on Upper Street junction while a third man, a 24-year-old had acid thrown into his face at 11:05 p.m., authorities told Sky News .

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Revised GOP health care proposal fails to provide adequate health care

John McCain announced he would be home all week recovering from surgery. With the party holding a 52-48 majority, they can afford to lose only two Republicans . Without McCain , the Republicans don't have the 50 votes they need to let Vice President Mike Pence put the lives of millions of Americans in jeopardy by casting the tiebreaker.

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The Northern Lights could be visible tonight

The northern lights reflect off a lake in Bloomfield, Ont., on the night of May 28-29. The best chance to see the northern lights is in far northern Minnesota either late Sunday night or very early Monday morning. This one is expected to be a G2 level and possibly even a G3 level at times Sunday night. If the auroral forecast predicts a visible aurora, get away from light pollution in urban areas and away from any bright lights.

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Remains of longtime fugitive found in eastern MA

Webb, who would have been 86 on Friday, is accused of beating and fatally shooting Saxonburg police Chief Gregory Adams during a December 4, 1980, fight in the Butler County borough. "Although it's unfortunate Mr. Webb will never be brought to justice to pay for his crimes, we're hopeful the family can find some closure in knowing that this alleged murderer has been located", said Harold H.

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U.S. man confesses to killing four in Pennsylvania

The remains were uncovered in a common grave buried 12-and-a-half feet underground on the 90-acre Solebury Township farm, Weintraub said. Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo was re-arrested on an unrelated gun charge Monday because he has become more of a flight risk.

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Moscow losing patience over seized Russian properties in US

Speaking at a news briefing on Friday, the Kremlin's spokesman, Dmitri S. Peskov, said that Mr. Putin had not yet made a decision on the fate of the American diplomats. "The number of personnel at the US embassy in Moscow significantly exceeds the number of our personnel working in Washington ". Adding to this, Obama administration announced that it would close two Russian waterfront compounds outside Washington and NY, describing them as spy nests, CNN reported.

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Top ministers & Oppn leaders' meet: consensus on China, differences on Kashmir

Former Indian foreign secretary Lalit Mansingh said: "Mr Modi has built up this tough image back home to defend interests and punish those harming India ". Gopal Bagely, however, said that the two countries are using diplomatic channels to ease the tension. The standoff at the top of the world, where China, India and Bhutan converge, is over a tiny, but strategically important strip of land controlled by China, and claimed by Bhutan.