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Daily Archives: March 19, 2017

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Egypt executes development projects of 1 bln pounds in South Sinai: minister

Cairo – Egypt’s Ministry of Housing is implementing developmental and service projects in South Sinai governorate with total investments of around one billion Egyptian pounds ($55.4 million), Minister Moustafa Madbouly said Sunday.
The ministry is also executing and launching roads with length of 90 km and at cost of 172.5 million pounds, Madbouly stated.

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Indiana considers prohibiting cities from banning Airbnb

INDIANAPOLIS –  Indiana lawmakers are wading into the parochial matters of property rights and zoning issues as they consider a bill to prohibit local governments from regulating short-term rentals through online companies such as Airbnb. Small government Republicans often talk about the virtue of local government control. But the measure is just the latest example […]

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Louisiana sheriff’s deputy shot, killed; suspect in the hospital

BATON ROUGE, La. –  A sheriff’s deputy in Louisiana is dead after being shot near a movie theater in Baton Rouge while on duty. Local news outlets report that the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office deputy was rushed to the hospital after being shot late Saturday. Reports say he and another deputy were conducting an […]

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Donald Trump: A Fox News president

President Trump has been called a social media president and a cable news president. Lately, however, a more specific title has been applicable: a Fox News president.

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India vs Australia: Virat Kohli shows who's the boss; gives David Warner animated 'injury' send-off — WATCH

It was obviously a dig at Glenn Maxwell, who started the controversy earlier in the match, by mocking Kohli's injury.

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CORRECTED-Peugeot family says Opel deal paves way for global expansion-paper

FRANKFURT, March 19 (Reuters) – PSA Group’s
acquisition of General Motors division Opel gives the
French carmaker greater scale to pursue global expansion plans,
family shareholder Jean-Philippe Peugeot told German paper Welt
am Sonntag.

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Former dairy farmer leads Trump-Russia investigation – Washington Post


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Former dairy farmer leads Trump-Russia investigation
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WASHINGTON — Devin Nunes once said all he wanted to do was work on a dairy farm. Now the man from the rural Central Valley of California is running one of the most scrutinized, complex and politically fraught congressional investigations in recent …
Rep. Schiff: 'Circumstantial Evidence of Collusion' Between Trump Campaign, RussiaNBCNews.com
Comey set to testify on Capitol Hill on Russia, hacking, wiretappingFox News
All eyes on FBI Director James Comey as Russia and wiretap claims swirlRaw Story
Reuters –OregonLive.com –Newsday –CNN
all 49 news articles »

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Israel threatens to destroy Syrian air defenses

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman has warned Syria that Israel would destroy its aerial defense system if Syria fired an anti-aircraft missile at Israeli aircraft again.

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Iraqi troops push into area around symbolic Mosul mosque

BAGHDAD –  Iraqi government forces have pushed into the area around a highly symbolic mosque in western Mosul where the Islamic State group’s leader made his first and only public appearance. Black smoke billowed from the area around al-Nuri mosque, also known as the Great Mosque, Sunday as helicopters hovered overhead and fired into the […]

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March Madness: Villanova fails down stretch while carrying crown

The crown may have been too heavy for Villanova. One title will have to do. Saddled with huge expectations and external pressure to repeat as NCAA champions, the Wildcats wilted down the stretch on Saturday and were knocked out of the tournament 65-62 by eighth-seeded Wisconsin, a team with an even richer March resume. The […]