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Ivanka Trump brushes off hisses from audience as 'politics' after defending ...

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Ivanka Trump brushes off hisses from audience as 'politics' after defending ... BERLIN — Ivanka Trump drew groans and hisses Tuesday from an audience in Berlin while defending her father's attitude toward women, but she brushed it aside as

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Dortmund's inspiration: Reus back with a bang - News - UEFA.com

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Dortmund's inspiration: Reus back with a bang - News - UEFA.com After a match in which UEFA Champions League records were broken, it was Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus who was the centre of attention. BVB's 8-4 home win against Legia Warszawa was

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Doosan Vina to make first nuclear power equipment in Vietnam

person Orange Themes access_time Aug 07,2016

NDO/VNA – The Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam Co. Ltd (Doosan Vina) said on August 5 that it recently signed a contract to produce nuclear power equipment for a nuclear power plant in the Republic of Korea (RoK).

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Six reasons why summer (kinda) rhymes with sugar in Vietnam

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En Vnexpress - There are millions of ways to enjoy the cool, sweet taste of summer in Vietnam, so here are some of our favorites....

Why Vietnamese street food is sending tourists away

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Bao Moi - Editor’s note: Nguyen Phu, a former director of development with travel agency Peak Viet, explains why street food drives tourists away from Vietnam....

Apple's latest ad explains why our planet is so important (AAPL)

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Yahoo News Apple released a new video on its YouTube channel on June 7 which highlights the beauty and importance of our planet — and also footage filmed on the iPhone. "The earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena," Sagan reads over the...

Why Are Atheists Generally Smarter Than Religious People?

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Yahoo News "Intelligence — in rationally solving problems — can be understood as involving overcoming instinct and being intellectually curious and thus open to non-instinctive possibilities," study lead author Edward Dutton, a research fellow at...

Why a gay, Indian-heritage prime minister isn't a sign of a 'new' Ireland

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Yahoo News Rarely does the appointment of a new Irish prime minister make global headlines. Openly gay and the son of an Indian immigrant doctor, the 39-year-old Mr. Varadkar will be Ireland’s youngest ever prime minister, or "taoiseach," when he...

Why has a Milky Way planet been named after this teenage Indian girl?

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Yahoo News A planet in the Milky Way has reportedly been named after a teenager, who hails from Bangalore, India. Sahithi Pingali, a high school student, was bestowed the honour after she excelled at one of the world's largest pre-college science...

Why government leakers leak

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Yahoo News The government contractor felt the secretly copied information was explosive. Perhaps it would be the subject of important congressional hearings. Is this about Reality Leigh Winner, the National Security Agency contractor charged this...

Why Nikki Haley's outlier status is useful for White House – up to a point

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Yahoo News What made the unvarnished criticism noteworthy was that it came not from the nation’s chief diplomat, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, nor from a State Department statement, but from the US ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley. ...

Why the US must honor corruption fighters

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Yahoo News In a rare display of bipartisanship in the House on June 7, Republican Speaker Paul Ryan and Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi will speak at an event on a topic that easily unites the world: preventing corruption. The five, who range from...

Why the world is more at peace

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Yahoo News Before the Iraqi city of Tikrit was liberated from Islamic State militants in 2015, its tribal leaders were brought together by trained peace mediators. Last year, according to the Global Peace Index released June 1, 93 countries...

Why Sleep Is So Important for People at Risk for Heart Disease

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Yahoo News People in the study who had a high body mass index (BMI) and elevated cholesterol along with a few other risk factors for heart disease and diabetes — a combination called metabolic syndrome — and slept less than 6 hours per night were...

Why a salary report matters for VN businesses

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Vietnamnet - Salary surveys are now a key tool for companies in the race to recruit and retain talent....

Last show for Ringling: Why it’s not really the end of the circus

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Yahoo News On May 21 the circus long promoted as “The Greatest Show on Earth” is closing down with a final performance in Uniondale, N.Y. – attended by no small dose of bittersweet nostalgia from fans and the media. Richard Bukowski can tell you. ...

Why Texas ban on 'sanctuary cities' divides local law enforcement

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Yahoo News From his 844-square mile territory of Texas cordgrass marshes and mesquite prairies, Jackson County Sheriff Andy Louderback responded to a ban on "sanctuary cities" in his state with a virtual tip of the Stetson. A number of Texas...

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Yahoo News "The release of [Hamas’s "Document of General Principles and Policies"] should be understood as a balancing act, an effort to allow pragmatism within Hamas to be presented publicly without undermining the movement’s ideological base,"...

Why a thorough investigation of Russian election meddling is still possible

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Yahoo News President Trump’s sudden dismissal of FBI Director James Comey has caused many Democrats (and some Republicans) to redouble calls for some sort of new and more independent investigation of Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential...

Why Le Pen, and populists, see Sunday loss as another step forward

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Yahoo News Marine le Pen won little more than half the votes that her rival, Emmanuel Macron, garnered in Sunday’s French presidential election. Recommended: More than Bastille, Bonaparte, and brie: Test your knowledge of France with our quiz! ...

Why more Americans are weighing personal conscience and religious liberty

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Yahoo News Invoking the American tradition of “conscientious objection,” W. Mitchell Nance, a family court judge, also said that his views of homosexuality might constitute a “personal bias or prejudice” that compromised his impartiality, since...

Why GOP-run Congress didn’t fund Trump’s wall

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Yahoo News What happened to President Trump’s wall in this week’s bipartisan budget deal is a good way to look at the new political dynamic in Washington. Up to this point – the cabinet confirmations, the Supreme Court justice, the regulatory...

Why fewer states are trying teens as adults

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Yahoo News When New York this month raised the age at which young criminal offenders would still be considered juveniles, it was a major change for a state that since 1824 had considered everyone 16 and older as an adult. New York’s decision to...

Republicans control all of Washington. Why aren't they winning more?

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Yahoo News Republicans have a majority in both the House and Senate, and there’s a Republican in the White House. Like many US chief executives before him, President Trump is discovering that partisan dominance isn’t a magic button. There are...

The next O'Reilly: Why young conservatives may not want a Papa Bear

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Yahoo News Papa Bear is gone from the airwaves. “Papa Bear” is Bill O’Reilly, of course – the 8:00 p.m. star who helped make Fox News the right-leaning network of choice. Comedian Stephen Colbert gave Mr. O’Reilly the nickname while shaping his...

Why North Korea may be a threat to itself

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Yahoo News As the Trump administration continues to rattle a saber at North Korea, it should take note of a new survey by two economists at South Korea’s central bank. In interviews with hundreds of recent North Korean refugees, they found the...

Instead of a wall, an open door: Why Ethiopia welcomes an enemy's refugees

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Yahoo News When Yordanos and her two young children slipped safely across the Mereb riverbed between Eritrea and Ethiopia late one recent night, they thought the worst of their journey into exile was over. Yordanos and her children began to yell...

Why Trump's palace intrigue matters

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Yahoo News The breathless coverage of a Trump White House reportedly gripped by palace intrigue is enough to keep a reader’s head spinning. Chief strategist Steve Bannon is about to be fired. Stephen Miller, once a Bannon acolyte, is now aligned...

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