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Their rally in Miami came on the same day as Bill Clinton and Donald Trump also appeared in Florida.
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Qum, Oct 27, IRNA – A military adviser in Iran's Armed Forces Brigadier General Nasser Araste says scientific and industrial progress has resulted in weakening morality in the Western countries.
Mashhad, Razavi Khorassan Prov., Oct 27, IRNA – Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araqchi says Iran’s presence in international events will upgrade country’s status in
Moscow, Oct 27, IRNA – Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Thursday that the tripartite meeting of Iran, Russia and Syria foreign ministers to be held in Moscow on Friday is the Axis of
Tehran, Oct 27, IRNA – Head of Iranian delegation to the Interparliamentary Union session Mostafa Kavakebian says super powers’ double standards and dirty political objectives is a deal to lofty huma
Algiers, Oct 27, IRNA – Visiting Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education Hassan Hashemi here on Thursday voiced Iranian side readiness to share its valuable experiences with Algeria in th
Nissan says it will build the new Qashqai model - as well as the X-Trail SUV - at its Sunderland plant.
Russia’s parliamentarians are aware of how much is being spent on the military operation in Syria, and they don’t consider the sum to be extreme. Valentina Matvienko, speaker of RussiaR
?The Union Cabinet has cleared the release of instalment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees & Dearness Relief to pensioners w.e.f 01.07.2016?. Union Finance Minister Arun Ja...
After helping to develop over 1,000 miles of bike trails as Mayor of Denver, Governor John Hickenlooper of Colorado was eager to talk politics and take a ride on ABC News' Election Cycle.
The Colorado governor is an avid cyclist.
Foods donated by retailers to non-profit organizations will not be levied with a value-added tax (VAT) if the products are thirty days or less out of their expiry date, Bulgarian lawmakers have decide
A milestone for St Helena Airport was achieved on Wednesday 26 October 2016, with Air Safety Support International (ASSI) issuing a second Aerodrome Certificate to St Helena Ai
Russia has withdrawn a request to refuel its warships in Ceuta, after Spain became the subject of international criticism, from the NATO secretary general among others. Spain h
The Liberal government has said its plan to boost the Canada Pension Plan will have only short-term impacts on the economy and jobs. But CBC News has
Tuesday's protests against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reflect a growing discontent with the Liberal government over affordable education and a lac
This week marks 20 years since the beginning of the Ottawa Process that led to an international ban on landmines. Canada was instrumental in achievin
Spain’s acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy accepted a mandate from King Felipe to seek parliament’s backing to form a new government and end over ten months of political deadl
Wildlife populations around the world are 58 percent less now than they were in 1970, and using that benchmark, given current trends, Earth could lose two-thirds of its wildlife populations by 2020,
The European Parliament is set to announce this year’s winner of the prestigious Sakharov human rights prize. The winner of the prize, which is named after Soviet physicist and dissident Andrei
The UK economy grows by a better-than-expected 0.5% in the three months following the Brexit vote.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft, which unexpectedly entered into safe mode last week, has recovered and is now responding to commands, the space agency said in a mission update released Wednesday. The solar-p
Labour warns against using Brexit to create "low taxes for the few" and urges ministers to back small firms.
During 2014 LS polls, an FIR was lodged against Kejriwal and Vishwas under various sections of IPC
Digvijaya Singh on Wednesday said the move was aimed at creating an atmosphere of fear directed against Muslims to reap electoral benefits. The post Digvijaya Singh lashes out at PM Modi, BJP for back
The first lady and Clinton will appear at a rally in Winston-Salem, NC.
South Africa’s nuclear energy programme has to be implemented “in such a way that doesn’t undermine the fiscal integrity of the country”‚ Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas said on Thursda
Freedom Under Law (FUL) and the Helen Suzman Foundation (HSF) on Wednesday accused the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) of an “11th-hour attempt to prop up a prosecution that‚ clearly‚ wa
Cape Town ratepayers will be footing the bill of R414 627 for a “breakaway session” for the city’s 154 DA councillors, sparking outrage from the ACDP.
Crime branch also arrested two persons for allegedly passing on sensitive information to Mehmood Akhtar
All eyes were on Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on Wednesday when he delivered his mid-term budget speech in Parliament.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar may not attend the silver jubilee ceremony of Uttar Pradesh's ruling Samajwadi Party in November. The post Nitish Kumar may not attend silver jubilee ceremony of Sama
The Maharashtra government has to give a go-ahead for procurement of tablets for paperless functioning of the state Legislature. The post Maharashtra govt to go paperless ahead of Winter Session appea
The Supreme Court on Thursday stayed the summons issued against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and AAP leader Kumar Vishvas by a court in Uttar Pradesh and issued notice to the state government.
Luanda - Issues related to defence, peace and security in the DRC topped the Tripartite Meeting that joined on Wednesday in Luanda the Presidents of Angola, DRC and Congo. , José Eduardo dos

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