• United Kingdom concludes it can mitigate risk from Huawei equipment use in 5G
United Kingdom concludes it can mitigate risk from Huawei equipment use in 5G

The reports cited anonymous sources as saying that there are ways to limit cybersecurity risks, and that the U.K.'s decision would carry weight with European allies who are also evaluating the safety of their networks. That has prompted some industry analysts to suggest Washington is trying to use security concerns to handicap Chinese competitors...

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  • Eliminated J&K's Jaish leadership within 100 hours of Pulwama attack: Army
Eliminated J&K's Jaish leadership within 100 hours of Pulwama attack: Army

India , for its part, has briefed at least 25 diplomats, including those representing the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council (China, France, Russia, Britain and the United States), on Pakistan's alleged support of Jaish-e-Mohammed, the group that claimed responsibility for the deadly attack , according to Indian media.

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  • Woman, 3 daughters found shot to death in West Michigan home
Woman, 3 daughters found shot to death in West Michigan home

Kent County Sheriff Michelle LaJoye-Young told WXMI that three children and a woman were killed in the shooting. They were found at a home in rural Northern Kent County. The Kent County sheriff's office said in a news release investigators are checking a "wooded piece of property" Tuesday near the Solon Township home where the bodies were found...

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  • Former Cardinal Defrocked by the Vatican Over Sexual Abuse
Former Cardinal Defrocked by the Vatican Over Sexual Abuse

Today he is based at a secluded friary in Victoria, Kansas, in the United States, where has been ordered to live a life of prayer and penance . The move punctuated a stunning fall from grace for the 88-year-old, who was ordained as a priest in 1958, became a bishop in 1981 and was named Archbishop of Newark, New Jersey, in 1986.

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  • India, Iran ask Pakistan to punish terrorists for recent separate terror attacks
India, Iran ask Pakistan to punish terrorists for recent separate terror attacks

In response, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Sunday that a special delegation will be sent to Tehran to discuss the suicide attack . Islamabad has also pledged to act if Tehran shares evidence against those linked to the killing of Iranian guards. He was also due to receive the country's highest civilian award Monda...

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  • Theresa May suffers humiliating Commons defeat over Brexit strategy
Theresa May suffers humiliating Commons defeat over Brexit strategy

Speaking during Prime Minister's Questions, she said: "The analysis does not show that we will be poorer than the status quo today". One EU ambassador has suggested the risk of a no-deal Brexit was as high as 90% given the prime minister's intransigence.

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  • In Florida, Donald Trump Denounces Socialism and 'Cuban Puppet' Nicolás Maduro
In Florida, Donald Trump Denounces Socialism and 'Cuban Puppet' Nicolás Maduro

But Maduro is clinging to power, even as Trump's envoy for Venezuela , Elliott Abrams , told Congress this month that the administration maintains "the current political and economic environment is unsustainable and he will not be able to weather it much longer".

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  • Shinzo Abe mum on reports he nominated Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
Shinzo Abe mum on reports he nominated Trump for Nobel Peace Prize

A spokesman for Japan's Foreign Ministry in Tokyo told Reuters that it was aware of Trump's remarks but 'would refrain from commenting on the interaction between the two leaders'. Abe has developed a friendship with Trump, golfing with him on multiple occasions and staying at his Mar-a-Lago club. For over a year, both Koreas and the USA hav...

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  • Pence urges European Union to recognise Guaido as Venezuela president
Pence urges European Union to recognise Guaido as Venezuela president

Green said that the USA aid is being provided as a response to a request from Guaido, who was declared interim president by the country's National Assembly on January 23rd. The United States last month imposed sanctions on PDVSA, aiming to "prevent further diverting of Venezuela's assets by Maduro". It is not clear whether Trump will also h...

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  • Valerie Reyes’ Boyfriend Says She Died During Sex Romp
Valerie Reyes’ Boyfriend Says She Died During Sex Romp

Cosmo Costa. Greenwich Police detectives had been following several promising lines of investigation and have been working collaboratively with the New Rochelle Police, the Westchester County Forensics Investigation unit and other law enforcement agencies, Berry said.

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  • United States demands Europe isolate Iran as Israelis, Arabs unite
United States demands Europe isolate Iran as Israelis, Arabs unite

However, an aggressive stance from Washington toward Tehran has become more pronounced under Trump. Another senior official from a major European power said "we strongly disagree" with Pence's remarks and said that other regional issues such as Syria and Yemen would be even more hard to resolve if Iran is isolated.

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  • United Kingdom teen runaway who joined IS 'wants to come home'
United Kingdom teen runaway who joined IS 'wants to come home'

Sultana is thought to have died in an airstrike in 2016. The controversial legal tool bars a British citizen from returning home until they have agreed to investigation, monitoring and, if required, deradicalisation. Social services would also certainly step in to consider whether her child should be removed to protect him or her from radicalisat...

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  • Attack kills 25 soldiers in Indian Kashmir
Attack kills 25 soldiers in Indian Kashmir

India had slammed Pakistan over the Pulwama terror attack and the ministry of external affairs said that the heinous and despicable act has been perpetrated by Jaish-e-Mohammed, a Pakistan-based terrorist organisation proscribed by the United Nations and other countries.

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  • Iran, 40 years on
Iran, 40 years on

State TV showed crowds defying rainy weather and carrying Iranian flags while shouting anti-Israeli and anti-US slogans. In a speech at Tehran's Azadi (Freedom) square, Rouhani said US efforts to separate Iran from other countries would fail.

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  • USA says ex-intel official defected to Iran, revealed secrets
USA says ex-intel official defected to Iran, revealed secrets

Iran was able to flip a USA counter-intelligence agent and used her to spy on former colleagues, the Justice Department said on Wednesday. She's charged with providing Iranian intelligence with classified information and with helping to compile background research on USA intelligence agents to facilitate online attacks against them.

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  • Rush Limbaugh: Sen. McConnell Calling Dems' Bluff With Green New Deal Vote
Rush Limbaugh: Sen. McConnell Calling Dems' Bluff With Green New Deal Vote

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Massachusetts Sen. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), a supporter of renewable energy who faces a tough re-election in his purplish home state in 2020, told E&E News he had no qualms about the upcoming vote, which is expected after the Presidents Day recess next week.

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  • Photo of rare black leopard captured for first time in 100 years
Photo of rare black leopard captured for first time in 100 years

The leopard, spotted in Laikipia Wilderness Camp in Kenya, has often been seen but getting pictures of it has proven to be very hard. The creature - of nearly mythical status - was captured on film by Kenya-based biologist Nick Pilfold using specialist equipment including wireless motion sensors and high-quality DSLR cameras.

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  • Theresa May faces new battle over 'bid to block no-deal Brexit'
Theresa May faces new battle over 'bid to block no-deal Brexit'

Mrs May's official spokesman told reporters at a Westminster media briefing: "What the motion reflects is the position the Prime Minister set out after those votes, which is the Parliament wants the United Kingdom to leave with a deal, but in order to do so it requires us to secure legally-binding changes in relation to the backstop".

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  • Air New Zealand flight to Shanghai turned back over Taiwan reference
Air New Zealand flight to Shanghai turned back over Taiwan reference

One tweeted: "Midway through our flight from Auckland to Shanghai, the pilot informs us that Chinese authorities had not given the plane permission to..." About four and half hours into its flight early on Sunday NZ789 had to turn around over the Coral Sea after it was discovered it didn't have regulatory clearance to land in China.

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  • Warren: Trump 'May Not Even Be a Free Person' in 2020
Warren: Trump 'May Not Even Be a Free Person' in 2020

By entering the 2020 race, Warren joined what is expected to be a very crowded list of candidates that already includes California Sen. Warren formally launched her White House bid Saturday in MA, grounding her campaign in the populist calls to combat economic inequality that have long made her a favourite of liberals.

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  • 17 killed in fire at shoddy New Delhi hotel, 4 others hurt
17 killed in fire at shoddy New Delhi hotel, 4 others hurt

The dead included a woman and a child who had tried to escape by jumping from a fifth-floor window of the 65-room hotel in the shopping district of Karol Bagh. The fire was doused around 7 am, however, the rescue operation went on for four hours and the firefighters and Delhi police officials were able to rescue 35 people.

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  • Tiger Found in Abandoned Home in Houston, Texas, by Pot Smoker
Tiger Found in Abandoned Home in Houston, Texas, by Pot Smoker

The Livestock Animal Cruelty Unit of the Houston Police Department also told KTRK that they first questioned whether the people who reported the animal were under the influence of drugs. An anonymous tipster reported seeing the animal about a week ago, according to BARC. Who had put it there remains unclear. Police obtained a warrant to s...

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  • North Korea Publicly Executed Administrator Of Guesthouse Where South Korean President Stayed
North Korea Publicly Executed Administrator Of Guesthouse Where South Korean President Stayed

Unlike previous multi-year deals, the term of the new agreement is one year. Ahead of the second US-North Korea leaders' summit, Malaysia's Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says Malaysia is ready to settle its problem with North Korea which followed the high-profile assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Ki...

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  • Rouhani says Iran to continue expanding its military might, missile work
Rouhani says Iran to continue expanding its military might, missile work

Many people carried pictures of Khomeini, who died in 1989, and Iran's current Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Life-size replicas of Iranian-made cruise and ballistic missiles stood in a statement of defiance after the United States previous year reimposed sanctions following its withdrawal from a deal on Tehran´s nuclear programme.

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  • Virginia's deputy governor accused of rape - Eire
Virginia's deputy governor accused of rape - Eire

The Times reported Monday that both a childhood friend of Watson's, and Facebook messages Watson exchanged with another friend, identified the player in question as Maggette, who went on to play 14 years in the National Basketball Association after attending Duke for one year.

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