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Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center holds preview opening

MEDICINE PARK, OK (KSWO)- For six years many have been patiently awaiting the grand opening of Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center. And the wait is almost over. Nearly one thousand community members experienced a preview opening of the aquarium the weekend of May 20.

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North Korea calls latest solid-fuel missile test successful

By KIM TONG-HYUNG Associated Press. SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North Korea fired a solid-fuel ballistic missile Sunday that can be harder for outsiders to detect before launch and later said the test was hailed as perfect by leader Kim Jong Un. The official Korean Central News Agency confirmed Monday....

Paula Bennett in favour of tipping

The Deputy Prime Minister is putting her hand up in favour of a tipping culture. Paula Bennett, who is also Minister of Tourism, is going public to show her support for tipping, something that's not traditional in New Zealand. In a letter to the New Zealand Herald 's editor, Ms Bennett said she seconds a call for service staff to be tipped.

Only winner of Britain’s election will be populism

LONDON — The United Kingdom’s snap general election on June 8 could be the first vote in the country to see both major party leaders running for office as populists. Even as the Labour Party’s Jeremy Corbyn vows to stand up for “ordinary working people” in a system rigged for the rich, Conservative....

Donald of Arabia

Those who expected Donald Trump to fly into Riyadh and insult his Saudi hosts with the kinds of broadsides he delivered on the campaign trail against Islam and Muslims needn’t have worried. The president who once accused Saudi Arabia of complicity in the 9/11 attacks praised its “magnificent” and “sacred land.

Trump softens his tone on Islam

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Against the backdrop of an ornate, Mar-a-Lago style ballroom with members of the Saudi Royal family sitting nearby, President Donald Trump on Sunday delivered a moderate speech on Islam designed to reset his relationship with the Muslim world.

Brexit plays into old divisions in Northern Ireland

“There is a sense that this time we can unseat a pro-Brexit MP. There is a broad coalition across the political divide. Nigel Dodds is incredibly popular inside his own core constituency but not outside of it,” said Martin McAuley, North Belfast candidate for the nationalist Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP).

New French PM: Labor reform top priority

New French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe called political parties in France “outdated,” and said his government would “go fast” to implement President Emmanuel Macron’s campaign promise to overhaul the labor law. In his first extended interview since his appointment last week, Philippe, 46, told....

EU dusts off forgotten body for Brexit big time

An obscure and odd assortment of ministers in Brussels could hold the key to smooth Brexit negotiations. The General Affairs Council (GAC) , an arcane body that faded in relevance long ago and in recent years has acted mostly as a forum to prepare the ground for EU leaders’ summits, will take its....

Angela’s campaign secret: Be Merkel

BERLIN – Angela Merkel is back. Over the past two months, the German leader has managed to fend off the resurgent Social Democrats, helping her party score three important regional election wins while reversing a precipitous drop for her center-right bloc in national polls.

Spain’s Socialist Pedro Sánchez is back

Sánchez’s victory promises a tougher stance from the Socialists against the Popular Party’s Rajoy, who rules with the smallest parliamentary backing since the transition to democracy in the late 1970s. The conservatives had relied on the PSOE to get key measures passed by Congress.

Installation of new x-ray technology in abattoirs replaced with smaller trial

Meat and Livestock Australia is pushing ahead with objective carcase measurements in a scheme smaller than the $150 million it had proposed. The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) is resisting installing dual x-ray technology in 150 abattoirs, and launched an inquiry in February by EY auditors into their feasibility.

Police should be better trained to handle women abuse cases

The message of hundreds of men echoed around the Union Buildings this weekend: we will not stand for violence against women. The Not in My Name march through Pretoria to the seat of government was organised in response to the latest spate of horrific crimes against women and children and to the #MenAreTrash campaign.

Mahlobo gets off scot-free despite rhino poaching allegations

Minister of State Security David Mahlobo is not under investigation over his alleged involvement with Guan Jiang Guang, believed to have links to the illegal trade in rhino horn and allegedly a level-three-tier rhino-horn trafficker. This was confirmed yesterday by Hawks spokesperson Brigadier....

ANC plans to expand Zuma’s powers to all levels of government

Big Brother is on the way: the ANC plans to expand the powers of the president’s office, which will see the country’s Number 1 becoming even more powerful at all levels of government, but especially in provincial affairs. In the past, President Jacob Zuma was criticised for centralising the control of all state-owned enterprises to his office.

Brazil protesters call for Temer's resignation amid corruption probe

. Text by Latest update : 2017-05-22. NEWS WIRES Demonstrators gathered across Brazil on Sunday to call for the resignation or ouster of President Michel Temer who is implicated in a widening corruption scandal that is undermining his government's fragile efforts to end a historic recession.

North Korea calls latest solid-fuel missile test successful

North Korea fired a solid-fuel ballistic missile Sunday that can be harder for outsiders to detect before launch and later said the test was hailed as perfect by leader Kim Jong Un. The official Korean Central News Agency confirmed Monday the missile was a Pukguksong-2, a medium-to-long range ballistic missile also launched in February.

Fiona Fernandez: Matheran Railway deserves its due

Even as its counterpart in Darjeeling has managed to get the heritage status, it continues to evade the Matheran toy train. It was the mid 1990s. After being wowed by frames from grainy TV adverts and Hindi film songs, we were to finally set foot inside the Matheran toy train, thanks to a school camping trip during the Diwali break.

Texas revives transgender ‘bathroom bill’ for public schools

Updated 44 minutes ago. AUSTIN — A transgender “bathroom bill” reminiscent of one in North Carolina that caused a national uproar now appears to be on a fast-track to becoming law in Texas — though it may only apply to public schools. A broader proposal mandating that virtually all transgender....

26 hostages, including Qatar royals, freed in bargain

BAGHDAD — Qatar has secured the release of 26 hostages after nearly a year and a half in captivity, including members of its ruling family, in what became possibly the region's most complex and sensitive hostage negotiation deal in recent years. Several people with knowledge of the talks and a....

Saudi Arabia Leading Efforts to Lift US Sanctions Against Sudan

22 hours ago. SMC- Saudi Arabia is making efforts to achieve a permanent lift of U.S. sanctions imposed on Sudan in June, Saudi ambassador to Khartoum Ali bin Hassan Jaafar has revealed in an interview with local TV. He said Saudi Arabia played a significant role in the ease of U.S.

Al Bashir Calls on Opposition to Join New Govt

3 weeks ago. New government is being drawn up based on recommendations issued by dialogue initiative with opposition. By Mohammed Amin. KHARTOUM In the run-up to the formation of a transitional government in Sudan, President Omar al-Bashir on Friday called on the country’s opposition to join the process.

Building Britain’s Great Meritocracy begins at breakfast

The choice at this election is about who can provide the leadership required to take us through the Brexit negotiations, and beyond: to become that Great Meritocracy we know Britain can be. As my party’s manifesto rightly says, the greatest injustice in Britain today is that a child’s future is....

Chinese state-run newspaper hails reported dismantling of CIA operations

. This April 13, 2016 file photo shows the seal of the Central Intelligence Agency at CIA headquarters in Langley, BEIJING, May 22 (Reuters) – An influential state-run newspaper applauded China’s anti-espionage efforts on Monday after the had killed or imprisoned up to 20 CIA sources, hobbling U.S.

States urged to introduce legislation to curb wage theft

States have been urged to introduce new laws against wage theft in the wake of rampant underpayment of workers at widespread wage theft by cafes, restaurants in university towns and retail chains including 7-Eleven, Pizza Hut, Dominos, Caltex and Bakers Delight.

Donald Trump abandons anti-Muslim rhetoric in Saudi Arabia

"America is prepared to stand with you - in pursuit of shared interests and common security," the US president said. "But the nations of the Middle East cannot wait for American power to crush this enemy for them. The nations of the Middle East will have to decide what kind of future they want for....

Peter Dutton sets a deadline for refugee status application

Up to 7500 asylum seekers who arrived in Australia by boat have been given four months to apply for refugee status or face deportation. Branding them "fake refugees", Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says they have until October 1 to provide detail about their protection claims.

Korea's Adult Obesity Rate Among Lowest in OECD

Obesity rates for Korean adults rank near the bottom among OECD nations, according to the latest survey released by the intergovernmental organization. The rate stood at 5.3 percent for Korea, slightly above Japan's 3.7. The OECD average is 19.5. The U.S. topped the list. Obesity is more prevalent among women, but men are catching up fast.


QUESTION OF THE DAY. WILL PAST INJUSTICE BE DEALT WITH THROUGH THE NORMAL COURTS OR THROUGH TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION? The government has indicated that it is looking into the truth and reconciliation mechanism as a means of handling past injustices. Parallel to this charges are already being....


REVIEW? Currently the total debt of the country is more than the GDP of the country which amounts to 47 billion dalasis. The domestic debt is relied on to cushion the budget of the country. The monetary policy committee of the central bank has been consistent in making periodic interventions to....
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