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SKY News
'Make or break' for May as she enters crucial 48 hoursand give an indication of the Government's priorities. But not a bit of it. "B
SKY News / Posted 18 minutes ago
and give an indication of the Government's priorities. But not a bit of it. "Brexit might be turning into a nightmare for her government, but sticking her head in the sand and pretending it doesn't exist won't make it go away. "We can only hope... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Ambitious Boris Johnson rattles May, shakes up Brexit debatethe economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 6 hours ago
the economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying to keep the warring sides from tearing her government apart. Johnson's article helps position him as figurehead of the "hard Brexit" faction. "He is trying to... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Ambitious Boris Johnson rattles May, shakes up Brexit debatethe economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 6 hours ago
the economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying to keep the warring sides from tearing her government apart. Johnson's article helps position him as figurehead of the "hard Brexit" faction. "He is trying to... Read more
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BC Local News
Rich Coleman speculates on new B.C. Liberal bossbecame vacant in August when former premier Christy Clark stepped down as leade
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
became vacant in August when former premier Christy Clark stepped down as leader and the member for Kelowna-West. Her government had earlier lost a confidence vote in the legislature following the May provincial election that saw the New... Read more
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New Kerala
Suu Kyi bats for resisting collateral damage in counter-terrorism operations, avoids mentioning Pak - newkerala news #273410minority community was branded as "ethnic cleansing" by the United Nations. Su
New Kerala / Posted 9 hours ago
minority community was branded as "ethnic cleansing" by the United Nations. Suu Kyi further stressed on the short time her government has been in power for, adding, "I am aware of the fact the world attention is focussed on the situation in the... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Ambitious Boris Johnson rattles May shakes up Brexit debatethe economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 9 hours ago
the economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying to keep the warring sides from tearing her government apart. Johnson's article helps position him as figurehead of the "hard Brexit" faction. "He is trying to... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Ambitious Boris Johnson rattles May, shakes up Brexit debatethe economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 10 hours ago
the economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying to keep the warring sides from tearing her government apart. Johnson's article helps position him as figurehead of the "hard Brexit" faction. "He is trying to... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Ambitious Boris Johnson rattles May, shakes up Brexit debatethe economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 10 hours ago
the economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying to keep the warring sides from tearing her government apart. Johnson's article helps position him as figurehead of the "hard Brexit" faction. "He is trying to... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Ambitious Boris Johnson rattles May, shakes up Brexit debatethe economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 hours ago
the economic impact through a long status-quo transition period. May is trying to keep the warring sides from tearing her government apart. Johnson's article helps position him as figurehead of the "hard Brexit" faction. "He is trying to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Bids World Good Bye At UN General Assemblyin 2007 to 50.9% in 2016," she said. The Liberian leader said that infrastruct
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
in 2007 to 50.9% in 2016," she said. The Liberian leader said that infrastructure has been repaired and restored, even as her government continues to rehabilitate damaged roads and construct new ones. "With the increasing provisions of... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
British trade union Unison suspends award to Suu Kyi as Rohingya crisis deepensmilitary on the Rohingya minority in Rakhine state. After her address to the n
Bdnews24.com / Posted 12 hours ago
military on the Rohingya minority in Rakhine state. After her address to the nation on Tuesday, Amnesty said Suu Kyi and her government were “still burying their heads in the sand over the horrors unfolding in Rakhine State”. It called the... Read more
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asianage
Better to call Muslims than using 'highly charged' emotive term: Suu Kyi on Rohingyasmonth, blamed on a newly emerged militant group, the Arsa. Suu Kyi, in her sta
asianage / Posted 12 hours ago
month, blamed on a newly emerged militant group, the Arsa. Suu Kyi, in her state address, had stressed on the short time her government has been in power for, adding, "I am aware of the fact the world attention is focussed on the situation in the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Mamata Banerjee forms board of administration with two expelled GJM leader on the topexpelled GJM leaders in top positions of the Board, the chief minister has give
The Economic Times / Posted 13 hours ago
expelled GJM leaders in top positions of the Board, the chief minister has given a clear signal to the agitating GJM that her government would no longer tolerate impasse in Darjeeling following GJM's decision to continuing Bandh in the Hill... Read more
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Zero Hedge
September 20his first address to the United Nations General Assembly. on.wsj.com/2fjXo1D -
Zero Hedge / Posted 15 hours ago
his first address to the United Nations General Assembly. on.wsj.com/2fjXo1D - Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi said her government would investigate all allegations of human rights abuses in her country, and said Myanmar would allow Rohingya... Read more
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dna
Australia: Major terror attack highly possible; anything can happen any time: Counter-terrorism policehave been put in place to act as barriers against vehicle attacks. State premi
dna / Posted 15 hours ago
have been put in place to act as barriers against vehicle attacks. State premier Gladys Berejiklian told the newspaper her government was "doing everything we can to keep the community as safe as possible". Several terror attacks have taken... Read more
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New Kerala
Trying to help all those who're in distress: Suu Kyi on Dalai Lama's 'Buddha to help Rohingyas' assertion - newkerala news #273356minority community was branded as "ethnic cleansing" by the United Nations. Su
New Kerala / Posted 17 hours ago
minority community was branded as "ethnic cleansing" by the United Nations. Suu Kyi further stressed on the short time her government has been in power for, adding, "I am aware of the fact the world attention is focussed on the situation in the... Read more
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New Kerala
Myanmar leader Suu Kyi explains why she didn't name 'Rohingyas' in state address - newkerala news #273349month, blamed on a newly emerged militant group, the Arsa. Suu Kyi, in her sta
New Kerala / Posted 17 hours ago
month, blamed on a newly emerged militant group, the Arsa. Suu Kyi, in her state address, had stressed on the short time her government has been in power for, adding, "I am aware of the fact the world attention is focussed on the situation in the... Read more
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New Kerala
Myanmar leader Suu Kyi explains why she didn't name 'Rohingyas' in state address - newkerala news #273350month, blamed on a newly emerged militant group, the Arsa. Suu Kyi, in her sta
New Kerala / Posted 17 hours ago
month, blamed on a newly emerged militant group, the Arsa. Suu Kyi, in her state address, had stressed on the short time her government has been in power for, adding, "I am aware of the fact the world attention is focussed on the situation in the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Boakai's Mammoth Display - Can It Take Him All the Way?President's treatment of the man who had stood firmly by her side for two succe
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 hours ago
President's treatment of the man who had stood firmly by her side for two successive terms and faithfully served her and her government. We heard many say that their primary motivation for turning out was because of the way she had treated Mr.... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Myanmar leader Suu Kyi explains why she didn’t name Rohingya in state addressand I do not see any point using terms that inflame passions further,” she adde
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 17 hours ago
and I do not see any point using terms that inflame passions further,” she added. Amnesty International said Suu Kyi and her government are “burying their heads in the sand” over the violence tearing through Rakhine state and criticised her for... Read more
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Pakistan News Tribune
I do not fear global scrutiny over Rohingya crisis: Aung San Suu Kyiwhich once tirelessly campaigned for Suu Kyi’s release from house arrest, pillo
Pakistan News Tribune / Posted 18 hours ago
which once tirelessly campaigned for Suu Kyi’s release from house arrest, pilloried her speech saying ‘The Lady’ and her government are ‘burying their heads in the sand’ about the horrors unfolding in Rakhine. Around 170 Rohingya villages... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Call to strip Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi of Ulster degreeSuu Kyi's not been convincing in her speech, and for me it's too little, too la
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 hours ago
Suu Kyi's not been convincing in her speech, and for me it's too little, too late." Ms Suu Kyi said earlier this week that her government did not fear "international scrutiny" of its handling of the crisis. In a speech to Myanmar's parliament, she... Read more
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New Kerala
India will not take Rohingya refugees; they are a security threat: newkerala news #273309we would like our friends to join our endeavour. We will give security to you,"
New Kerala / Posted 20 hours ago
we would like our friends to join our endeavour. We will give security to you," the world leader stated. Suu Kyi also said her government does not fear "international scrutiny" into her government's handling of the situation in the Rakhine... Read more
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The Economic Times
Suu Kyi silence on Myanmar ethnic cleansing charge draws cool responseInternational described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths
The Economic Times / Posted 22 hours ago
International described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths and victim-blaming", saying she and her government were "burying their heads in the sand" for ignoring the army's role in the violence. Myanmar's generals... Read more
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WA Today
Myanmar bars UN from investigating Rohingya atrocities in Rakhineoffensive, including from fellow Nobel laureates. She condemned "all human rig
WA Today / Posted 22 hours ago
offensive, including from fellow Nobel laureates. She condemned "all human rights abuses" in the state and said that her government was ready to allow Rohingya to return from Bangladesh. But the speech stoked further international... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Queensland Premier calls for rewrite of national electricity rulesdespite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thou
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
despite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thought we’d win the election”. She said her government had delivered on 484 of the 553 promises made before the 2015 election. Ms Palaszczuk also talked up her... Read more
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The Age
Queensland Premier calls for rewrite of national electricity rulesdespite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thou
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
despite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thought we’d win the election”. She said her government had delivered on 484 of the 553 promises made before the 2015 election. Ms Palaszczuk also talked up her... Read more
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Market Watch
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s challenge? Not winning, but going the distancehave a prescription for anything but stability. Even if it seems preferable to
Market Watch / Posted 22 hours ago
have a prescription for anything but stability. Even if it seems preferable to Merkel, another grand coalition means that her government would face four articulate opposition parties in Parliament, as opposed to just two now. The AfD, polling at... Read more
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The Age
Queensland Premier calls for re-write of national electricity rulesdespite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thou
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
despite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thought we’d win the election”. She said her government had delivered on 484 of the 553 promises made before the 2015 election. Ms Palaszczuk also talked up her... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Queensland Premier calls for re-write of national electricity rulesdespite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thou
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
despite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thought we’d win the election”. She said her government had delivered on 484 of the 553 promises made before the 2015 election. Ms Palaszczuk also talked up her... Read more
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dna
Myanmar: Suu Kyi silence on Rohingya ethnic cleansing charge draws criticismInternational described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths
dna / Posted 22 hours ago
International described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths and victim-blaming", saying she and her government were "burying their heads in the sand" for ignoring the army's role in the violence. Myanmar's generals... Read more
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The Age
Premier calls for re-write of national electricity rulesdespite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thou
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
despite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thought we’d win the election”. She said her government had delivered on 484 of the 553 promises made before the 2015 election. Ms Palaszczuk also talked up her... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Premier calls for re-write of national electricity rulesdespite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thou
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
despite many thinking she would not succeed, Ms Palaszczuk said: “I always thought we’d win the election”. She said her government had delivered on 484 of the 553 promises made before the 2015 election. Ms Palaszczuk also talked up her... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Here’s why Suu Kyi’s speech has met with global criticismfollowing the speech, Amnesty International’s regional director for Southeast A
Asian Correspondent / Posted 23 hours ago
following the speech, Amnesty International’s regional director for Southeast Asia, James Gomez, accused Suu Kyi and her government of “burying their heads in the sand over the horrors unfolding in Rakhine State,” claiming her speech was... Read more
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dna
Finally Raje meets Bhagwat, dispels all speculationsa few monumental and heritage sites in the name of towering BJP and RSS leaders
dna / Posted 23 hours ago
a few monumental and heritage sites in the name of towering BJP and RSS leaders. Raje gave an impressive presentation of her government’s flagship schemes to Bhagwat and assured him that she cares and values his advice to transform and convert... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Major Australia terror attack ‘inevitable’, top cop sayshave been put in place to act as barriers against vehicle attacks. State premi
Inquirier.net / Posted 23 hours ago
have been put in place to act as barriers against vehicle attacks. State premier Gladys Berejiklian told the newspaper her government was “doing everything we can to keep the community as safe as possible”. Several terror attacks have taken... Read more
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asianage
Suu Kyi condemns abuses, but quiet on Army roledelivered entirely in English and timed to pre-empt censure at the UN General A
asianage / Posted yesterday
delivered entirely in English and timed to pre-empt censure at the UN General Assembly in New York, Ms Suu Kyi said that her government does not fear “international scrutiny” of its handling of the growing Rohingya crisis. “I’m aware of the fact... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Myanmar bars UN from investigating Rohingya atrocities in Rakhine offensive, including from fellow Nobel laureates. She condemned "all human rig
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
offensive, including from fellow Nobel laureates. She condemned "all human rights abuses" in the state and said that her government was ready to allow Rohingya to return from Bangladesh. But the speech stoked further international... Read more
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The Age
Myanmar bars UN from investigating Rohingya atrocities in Rakhine offensive, including from fellow Nobel laureates. She condemned "all human rig
The Age / Posted yesterday
offensive, including from fellow Nobel laureates. She condemned "all human rights abuses" in the state and said that her government was ready to allow Rohingya to return from Bangladesh. But the speech stoked further international... Read more
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Weekly Times
Suu Kyi silence draws cool responseInternational described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
International described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths and victim-blaming", saying she and her government were "burying their heads in the sand" for ignoring the army's role in the violence. Rohingya refugees... Read more
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Herald Sun
Suu Kyi silence draws cool responseInternational described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
International described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths and victim-blaming", saying she and her government were "burying their heads in the sand" for ignoring the army's role in the violence. Rohingya refugees... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Suu Kyi silence draws cool responseInternational described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
International described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths and victim-blaming", saying she and her government were "burying their heads in the sand" for ignoring the army's role in the violence. Rohingya refugees... Read more
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News.com.au
Suu Kyi silence draws cool responseInternational described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
International described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths and victim-blaming", saying she and her government were "burying their heads in the sand" for ignoring the army's role in the violence. Rohingya refugees... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Suu Kyi silence draws cool responseInternational described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
International described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths and victim-blaming", saying she and her government were "burying their heads in the sand" for ignoring the army's role in the violence. Rohingya refugees... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Suu Kyi silence draws cool responseInternational described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
International described Suu Kyi's speech as "little more than a mix of untruths and victim-blaming", saying she and her government were "burying their heads in the sand" for ignoring the army's role in the violence. Rohingya refugees... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Corker Says UK Matches $25 Million U.S. Investment In Global Fund To End Modern Slaverywe could not fight alone, but we believed that U.S. leadership could galvanize
The Chattanoogan / Posted yesterday
we could not fight alone, but we believed that U.S. leadership could galvanize tremendous support and investment from other governments and the private sector. “Today’s announcement by the United Kingdom is a prime example of what U.S.... Read more
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express
Theresa May tells Cabinet to UNITE on Brexit ahead of Florence speecha rallying cry to unite ministers around her plan for Brexit The Prime Ministe
express / Posted yesterday
a rallying cry to unite ministers around her plan for Brexit The Prime Minister has summoned all the senior members of her Government to a special Cabinet meeting held to approve the latest details of her blueprint for Britain’s future outside... Read more
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Boston Globe
A Much-Changed Icon, Aung San Suu Kyi Evades Rohingya Accusationswhose attack on Myanmar police posts and an army base precipitated the fierce m
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
whose attack on Myanmar police posts and an army base precipitated the fierce military counteroffensive. In a statement, her government labeled the insurgent strikes “brutal acts of terrorism.” It has been a stunning reversal for Suu Kyi, 72,... Read more
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Reuters
Suu Kyi silence on Myanmar ethnic cleansing charge draws cool responseInternational described Suu Kyi’s speech as “little more than a mix of untruths
Reuters / Posted yesterday
International described Suu Kyi’s speech as “little more than a mix of untruths and victim-blaming”, saying she and her government were “burying their heads in the sand” for ignoring the army’s role in the violence. Myanmar’s generals... Read more
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express
Theresa May suspends Myanmar military links in protest at Rohingya crisisthe military forces of Myanmar were being suspended. Theresa May said: “I thin
express / Posted yesterday
the military forces of Myanmar were being suspended. Theresa May said: “I think it is important that Aung San Suu Kyi and her government make clear to the military that this action has to stop. We also want to see humanitarian support being able... Read more
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