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Roger Stone On Trump's Saudi Award: 'Makes Me Want To Puke'

Stone, like many other conservative Trump backers, believes the president may be softening his hardline stand against Islamic terrorism. Trump eased his own harsh rhetoric in a speech in Riyadh at the Arab Islamic American Summit on Sunday, condemning “Islamic extremism.
 

Sokoto State Government to sell houses to civil servants

Alhaji Bello Gwiwa, the Commissioner for Lands, Housing and Survey, disclosed this in Sokoto on Sunday, at a ministerial press briefing to mark Gov. Aminu Tambuwal’s second year in office. He listed houses to be sold to include those at the parliamentary quarters, Yauri flats, Runjin Sambo housing....

It Takes A Bullshitter To Know A Bullshitter

On Wednesday, PEOPLE Magazine released a preview of an upcoming issue , titled “The Obamas; Their Lives Now”, which includes commentary on Obama’s “relationship” with President Trump: “He’s nothing but a bullshter.” Tell us how you really feel, Obama, because after your oval office meeting with....

Dozens Of Notre Dame Graduates Walk Out During Mike Pence Commencement Speech

What rude, obnoxious snowflakes. These brats will enter the workforce and snitch on anyone who is not sufficiently compliant regarding the issues near and dear to a snowflake's heart. All of them should named on a publically available list and avoided for employment.

U.S. won’t abandon Syrian people, Nikki Haley says during refugee camp visit

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, background center, looks on as a bandaged Syrian refugee has his iris scanned at a supermarket, Sunday, May 21, 2017 in Zaatari Refugee Camp, Jordan. ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP, Jordan – His skull and jaw wrapped in bandages, the young Syrian refugee....

Share watch: Leonardo turns a corner - but is only for the brave

The great Renaissance genius Leonardo da Vinci is remembered as a gentle soul. Friends recalled seeing the illustrious artist buy caged birds in the Florentine marketplace and set them free so that he could study their flapping wings in flight. I always thought it was a bit of a libel on the great....

Cancer drugs to 'arrive by tomorrow'

Baxter Healthcare, the only commercial supplier of this form of compounded chemotherapy in the country, had to stop production for the past two weeks as a result of manufacturing problems. Last night, Baxter Healthcare said it had informed customers it would be returning to production of compounding chemotherapy today.

School frantically trying to stop sale of sports pitches to house-builder

The brothers have told the school that the Government will only accept cash in payment to the scheme, for the historical sexual abuse of children by its members. "The school is going to do everything in its power to stop this," Clonkeen principal Edward Melly told the Irish Independent yesterday.

Week 20: EGM a step closer to Glanbia's €112m sale

Glanbia plc's long-running efforts to sell a majority stake in its dairy business to its largest shareholder, Glanbia Co-operative Society, is expected to clear a final hurdle today as independent shareholders vote on whether to back the €112m deal at an extraordinary general meeting in Co Kilkenny. http://www.

Nama set to dispose of O'Callaghan's loans

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is expected to pull the trigger on a long-awaited sale of loans tied to the late developer Owen O'Callaghan by August at the earliest, according to sources familiar with the matter. While there had been speculation earlier in the year of an auction in May....

Danny McCoy: Failure to invest properly in higher education will damage our future economic prosperity

Funding of our higher education system is of critical importance to our future economic prosperity. Last year, the report of the Expert Group on Future Funding of Higher Education, chaired by Peter Cassells, warned funding cuts and demographic pressures are seriously threatening quality within the education system.

Solomons PM Calls On Media To Be More Professional

Sogavare: ‘Good journalism …. will hold public trusts’ By Aatai John. HONIARA, Solomon Islands (Solomon Star, May 29, 2015) – Prime Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare reiterated on the need for our local journalists to be more professional in their career, by breeding good journalism that will hold public trusts.

Trump’s supporters shrug at D.C. turmoil

WASHINGTON — In Washington, the chatter about a deepening, Watergate-style crisis has engulfed the White House — and those conversations are echoed in big cities across the country and in a succession of headlines that seem to suggest doom for the young Trump administration.

Prospective NAFTA rewrite gives cash-strapped farmers the jitters

With the yoke of financial stress weighing down the ag economy, and no end in sight, farmers have been on high alert as President Donald Trump sets about overhauling U.S. trade policy, including the rewriting of the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico. Recently appointed U.S. Trade Rep.

At refugee camp, Haley vows Trump’s US won’t abandon Syrians

ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP, Jordan — His skull and jaw wrapped in bandages, the young Syrian refugee stared nonchalantly into a small black box at a supermarket in this sprawling, dust-swept refugee camp. The box scanned his iris to identify him, charged his account and sent him on his way. If the boy noticed U.

Mayor jokes about watching reporters 'cry like little girls' as he pointed machine gun at them

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn fires blanks from a .50-caliber machine gun from a rigid hull inflatable boat after being rescued from mock captors by Special Operations forces in a May 25, 2016, drill. (Brian Blanco/European Pressphoto Agency) Last year, Bob Buckhorn stood on a Navy warfare boat and fired blanks from a .

At refugee camp, Haley vows Trump's US won't abandon Syrians

By JOSH LEDERMAN Associated Press. ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP, Jordan (AP) - His skull and jaw wrapped in bandages, the young Syrian refugee stared nonchalantly into a small black box at a supermarket in this sprawling, dust-swept refugee camp. The box scanned his iris to identify him, charged his account and sent him on his way.

Cassandra Sainsbury, Schapelle Corby and 60 Minutes

Six days from freedom, many years later and a million years wiser, you could easily imagine what Schapelle Corby was thinking if she had a 60 Minutes live stream in Bali on Sunday night. Just who got their money's worth here? Answer: Not the woman behind bars. And probably not the program waving the big bucks.

Erdogan returns as ruling party chief, vowing massive change

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reinstalled as his party's leader on Sunday after three years at a special congress of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP). He was the sole candidate and elected with votes of 1,414 delegates, and replaced Prime Minister Binali Yildirim after April....

Sao Paulo police en masse make sweep through city’s ‘crackland’ in bid to bust up drug trade

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL – More than 500 police officers have swept through an area of Sao Paulo known as “crackland” in a crackdown on the brazen drug trafficking there. The Sao Paulo state government says the operation began Sunday morning and is part of efforts to revitalize Sao Paulo’s downtown.

Pope names cardinals for Laos, Mali, Sweden, Spain, El Salvador

VATICAN CITY – In a surprise announcement Sunday, Pope Francis named new cardinals for Spain, El Salvador and three countries where Catholics are a tiny minority: Mali, Laos and Sweden. “Their origin, from different parts of the world, manifests the universality of the Church spread out all over the....

Big South Korean firms keeping low profile ahead of Moon’s reform quest

SEOUL – A South Korean retail giant has shelved controversial expansion plans, while a large bank made hundreds of contract jobs permanent after President Moon Jae-in took office vowing to reform the family-run conglomerates that dominate the economy. The 64-year-old liberal leader campaigned on a....

Saudis, UAE pledge $100 million to Ivanka Trump-proposed fund

In a sunlit ballroom Sunday morning at the Tuwaiq Palace in Saudi Arabia, Ivanka Trump's proposed Women Entrepreneurs Fund -- a concept she first shared during her own inaugural international trip as first daughter last month to Berlin, Germany -- was promised a combined $100 million by Saudi Arabia....

Bass Strait ferry plan gets budget cash

Bass Strait's passenger ferries, Spirit of Tasmania I and II, have just been refurbished and are carrying record numbers of tourists but the state government continues to squirrel away money to replace the vessels. The upcoming Tasmanian budget will include an additional $100 million for the vessel....

Peter Dutton calls out Appeals Tribunal for stopping deportation of rapists, robbers and ‘fake refugees’

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has called out the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for costing taxpayers millions of dollars by stopping the deportation of criminals living in Australia. Mr Dutton yesterday announced a crackdown on "fake refugees", setting an October 1 deadline for people who....

Flight check-in delays in Australia, NZ

Passengers caught up in major delays at international airports in Australia and New Zealand say the check-in queues were the longest they have ever seen. Airline staff were forced to manually process check-ins for hours after the 8am outage on Monday of the Advance Passenger Processing system - a globally-used, border-clearance passport process.

new DHS hopeful Clarke denies plagiarism in master's thesis

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who says he's been appointed an assistant secretary in the Department of Homeland Security , has denied he plagiarized content in his master's thesis on homeland security, while the Naval Postgraduate School confirmed Sunday that it's reviewing the allegations.

Clock ticking for Minnesota lawmakers on budget

With just over 24 hours remaining, the Minnesota Legislature finally broke the budget logjam Sunday night, sending several budget bills to Gov. Mark Dayton as the Democratic governor and Republican leaders worked to iron out their remaining disputes that could delay a deal and send the session into overtime.

Gadkari hopes to build road into record books

Can India's roads feature in the Guinness Book of World Records? Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari is hopeful that the government's "record" quantum of award of work on National Highway construction in the last fiscal year could get the country an entry into the list of record breaking feats and achievements.

Melania, Ivanka Trump abstain from wearing headscarves in S. Arabia

United States First Lady Melania Trump and President Donald Trump?s daughter Ivanka Trump eschewed the strict Saudi Arabia dress code while attending different events in the country. Melania and Ivanka, who are accompanying Trump on his first international trip as President, were seen without....

62,000 tonne: Foodgrain wasted by FCI

While India ranks 55th in the Global Hunger Index (GHI), an RTI reply has revealed that around 62,000 tonnes of foodgrains, mainly rice and wheat have been damaged in the godowns of the Food Corporation of India (FCI) in the last six years with Maharashtra topping the list of states.
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