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EU leaders react as UK PM Theresa May officially triggers Brexit

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Article 50, Brexit News, Donald Tusk EU leaders react as UK PM Theresa May officially triggers Brexit "After nine months the UK has delivered," declared EU Council President Donald Tusk in a portentous tweet on receipt of the letter triggering

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Hanoi-HCMC flights to depart every 30 minutes

person Orange Themes access_time Nov 11,2016

Vietnam Airlines will work with Jetstar Pacific to increase flight frequency on the Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City route, with 34 flights each day from 5.45am to 9.30pm.

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Make Them Squirm, Chris Wallace

person Orange Themes access_time Oct 19,2016

Make Them Squirm, Chris Wallace It is probably also the last chance for a television anchor—in this case, Fox News' Chris Wallace—to ask Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump pointed, aggressive, illuminating questions in front of a massive audience of

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France urges labelling goods from Israeli settlements

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PARIS (AP) — France has published an official notification urging business operators to put a special label identifying goods produced in the Israeli settlements, one year after the European Union urged members to do so.

It was not immediately clear whether the notice published Thursday in the French Official Journal is now binding for retailers or a recommendation.

The notification says that for goods produced in the Israeli settlements, the label "made in the West Bank" is not enough because it may "mislead" consumers. It says it's "necessary" to add, between parenthesis, the words "Israeli settlement" or similar.

One year ago, the European Union decided to put special labels on exports from the West Bank, but said the technical guidelines are "in no way a boycott."

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3 Olympic gold medals stripped in latest IOC doping retests

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — The IOC has stripped three gold medals and one silver medal in the latest positive doping retests from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics.Seven athletes from Belarus, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan were retroactively sanctioned by the International Olympic Committee on Friday after testing positive in a reanalysis of their stored doping samples.Kazakhstan weightlifter Ilya Ilyin was formally stripped of two gold medals — one each from the London and Beijing Games, both in the… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Six Red Cross staff killed, two missing in Afghanistan

Mazar-i-Sharif (Afghanistan) (AFP) - Suspected Islamic State gunmen killed six Afghan employees of the Red Cross delivering relief supplies in snowbound northern Afghanistan on Wednesday, officials said, underscoring the dangers faced by aid workers in the war-battered country.Two other Red Cross workers were missing in the incident in the volatile province of Jowzjan, the international charity said.The Red Cross convoy, comprising three drivers and five field officers, came under attack while… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Race to replace New Zealand leader Key grows to 3

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The race to replace New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, who stunned the nation by resigning this week, got a little crowded Tuesday with three conservative lawmakers saying they want to replace the popular leader.The contenders are Deputy Prime Minister Bill English, Health Minister Jonathan Coleman and Corrections Minister Judith Collins. Several other National Party lawmakers said they have not ruled out entering the race.In New Zealand, the prime minister is… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

Italy's voter referendum: The nuts and bolts behind the buzz

ROME (AP) — A voter referendum on changes to Italy's post-war Constitution scheduled for Sunday has turned into a virtual plebiscite on Premier Matteo Renzi's center-left government. Will Italy become the next Western country to turn on established political leaders? A rundown on what's at stake in the constitutional referendum:___NUTS AND BOLTSNearly 51 million Italians are eligible to cast ballots, ticking off "Yes" or "No" to whether they approve the proposed reforms hammered out by… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

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