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World Media Thousands rally in Hungary in support of Soros-founded university
Author: 0 Thousands rally in Hungary in support of Soros-founded university

The Central European University ( CEU ), which was founded by United States billionaire investor George Soros in 1991, say the bill specifically targets their operating structure and "is therefore discriminatory". The future of the CEU, which does not have a USA campus, now "depends on talks between the governments of Hungary and the United States", Orban said on Friday.

Author: 0 Son of Smokies benefactor, David Rockefeller, dies at 101

Rockefeller , who was the founder of the Standard Oil empire and America's first billionaire . Among his other most important civic roles, Rockefeller served as chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations and executive committee chair of the Museum of Modern Art, which his mother founded.

Author: 0 Trump's hopes of thawing relationship with Russia fades

Watts told reporters that trolling networks his research institute monitors were disseminating propaganda about dissension in the ranks of the Republican Party regarding the vote for Ryan as speaker of the House. Watts argued the timing of information deployed by the Trump campaigns and Russian hackers "tends to lead to the belief that yeah, there was coordination".

World Media China bans burqas, abnormal beards in Muslim province of Xinjiang
Author: 0 China bans burqas, abnormal beards in Muslim province of Xinjiang

Apart from this, they also prohibit the abnormal growing of beards and it would be forbidden to reject or refuse radio, television and other public facilities and services. Hundreds of people have died in the ongoing conflict between separatists and the Chinese government in the autonomous region, which sits on China's far north-western border.

World Media At least 11 buried in landslide in Java
Author: 0 At least 11 buried in landslide in Java

Remaining residents are being evacuated and officials from the national disaster agency say emergency teams are clearing the mud fall to search for other victims. "Based on the information that we've gathered, there are 27 people buried in the landslide". Seasonal rains cause frequent floods in Indonesia, the world's largest archipelago nation, where numerous country's 256 million people live in mountainous areas or fertile, flood-prone plains near rivers.

World Media UK seeks to reassure Gibraltar in Brexit talks
Author: 0 UK seeks to reassure Gibraltar in Brexit talks

The EU guideline effectively forces talks over Gibraltar in which Spain will have an upper hand, allowing its government to bring back to the negotiation table the dispute over the encalve's sovereignty, which it ceded to Britain in 1713.

World Media No trade talk with Britain until Brexit is over, European leaders say
Author: 0 No trade talk with Britain until Brexit is over, European leaders say

Mr Tusk's negotiation guidelines are expected to endorse the leaders' insistence that Brexit terms - including the so-called "divorce bill" - must be settled before a new trade relationship can be discussed. The bloc "will prepare itself to be able to handle the situation also if the negotiations were to fail", the guidelines said. The official also said that only a summit of all remaining 27 European Union leaders can decide when there is enough progress on the withdrawal talks to start ...

World Media Army of Russian trolls reportedly spread fake news on Facebook
Author: 0 Army of Russian trolls reportedly spread fake news on Facebook

Trump's claims that the election was rigged appeared to parallel Russian propaganda, "the number one theme pushed by RT, Sputnik News. all the way up until the election". Rubio and Sen. Cornyn and quite a few of us have had these sophisticated targeting examples where you end up having to make sure that everything's in place, that your devices were not penetrated, Heinrich said.

Author: 0 Rikers Island to close, New York mayor says

Among those challenges: The mayor said the jail's daily population would have to be slashed to half of what it was just a few years ago. Now, according to the NY Post , the 27-person panel, lead by New York state Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman, will recommend closing Riker's Island.

Author: 0 Israeli cabinet approves new settlement, first in 2 decades

Palestinians want the West Bank as part of a future independent Palestinians state , with East Jerusalem al-Quds as its capital. Benjamin Netanyahu announced a new settlement on Thursday for Amona settlers. However, it looks as though the new agreement goes further than a previous one agreed between George W. Bush and then-prime minister Ariel Sharon, which restricted new building to the main settlement blocks.

World Media US Tourist Injured in London Terror Attack is 'Steadily Improving' in Hospital
Author: 0 US Tourist Injured in London Terror Attack is 'Steadily Improving' in Hospital

Melissa Cochran, whose husband was killed in the March 22 terror attack in London, is recovering from her injuries at a United Kingdom hospital. She suffered a broken leg, rib and cuts to her head. A second picture of her smiling in bed while surrounded by relatives said: "Talking with loved ones at home is some of the best medicine". "Her health is steadily improving and she has been strengthened by the presence of her family", he said.

World Media Kim Kardashian reveals surgery plans to hopefully get pregnant again
Author: 0 Kim Kardashian reveals surgery plans to hopefully get pregnant again

Kim said in a November 2016 episode of " Keeping Up With the Kardashians " that if the doctors that she trusts tell her that it would be risky to get pregnant again then she would probably go with surrogacy. Even the surrogate, whom they tried to keep anonymous, was treated like a celebrity once she was identified-meaning, paparazzi started following her around and her privacy was invaded.

Author: 0 'Assad Must Go' No More: US Gov't Shifts Priorities in Syria

Similar statements were made earlier by U.S. Cabinet members speaking in Ankara, London and at the United Nations. But says the "opportunity and options" available to the Trump administration in addressing the Syrian civil war are different than those that were available to the Obama administration.

World Media Kim Kardashian Reveals Last-Ditch Plan To Have Another Baby Despite Doctor's Warnings
Author: 0 Kim Kardashian Reveals Last-Ditch Plan To Have Another Baby Despite Doctor's Warnings

Kardashian has admitted that doctors don't believe it'll be safe for her and her husband Kanye West to try for another child - but the reality star says the surgery is the "last thing" she can try. And, while pregnant with Saint , Kardashian was at risk of developing diabetes and gave birth several weeks early. Even the surrogate, whom they tried to keep anonymous, was treated like a celebrity once she was identified-meaning, paparazzi started following her around and her privacy ...

World Media Supreme Court reserves order on highway liquor ban
Author: 0 Supreme Court reserves order on highway liquor ban

Several states, including Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, and the federation of hotel and restaurants associations had sought modifications in the order on various grounds. "It was the ministry of road transport and highways of the Union government which had first taken a decision in 2004 that no liquor vends should be permitted on the national highways", the judges said in response to the arguments against the verdict.

World Media Democrats threaten delay on Neil Gorsuch
Author: 0 Democrats threaten delay on Neil Gorsuch

Tom Udall said Gorsuch had failed to convince him he'd be an independent voice against President Donald Trump, who nominated Gorsuch in January. The Senate's top Democrat dealt a critical blow to the confirmation process of President Donald Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, by vowing to invoke a filibuster that would force Republicans to earn 60 votes to end debate in the Senate before Gorsuch can be confirmed.

Author: 0 House Speaker Ryan understands Trump's frustration on health bill

MCEVERS: Tax reform - we'll have more on that in a moment. The former SC governor, who had been mentioned as a possible Republican presidential candidate in 2012, was alluding to an extramarital affair that led to his resignation as chairman of the Republican Governor's Association in 2009 and his divorce a year later.

World Media Senate intel holds first public Russia hearing
Author: 0 Senate intel holds first public Russia hearing

Beyond alleged interference last summer including releasing hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee, Russian-backed sources have been trying to influence US politics since the end of 2015, national security expert Clinton Watts said Thursday.

Author: 0 Donald Trump to meet with Chinese President at Mar-a-Lago

Just weeks ago the summit seemed a distant possibility after Trump infuriated Beijing with suggestions he might break from the US's long-standing One China Policy. Trump had even raised questions about why the USA should adhere to the "One China" policy of diplomatically recognizing only Beijing, not Taiwan, when China is not helping the US with the North Korea problem, though he later promised to respect the policy.

World Media China's Military Says Taiwan Is 'Doomed' and Trump's Weapons Will Be Useless
Author: 0 China's Military Says Taiwan Is 'Doomed' and Trump's Weapons Will Be Useless

China has never renounced the use of force to bring under its control what it deems a wayward province, and Taiwan's defence ministry says China has more than 1,000 missiles directed at the island. China's detention of a Taiwan activist was not a "one-off", the Taiwan government said Thursday, a day after the man's wife and rights groups demanded his release or at least that they be told the charges against him.

Author: 0 US Secretary of State Tillerson Arrives in Ankara

Raqqa is southeast of the Syrian area that Turkish troops have occupied. He is not meeting with members of the opposition, though. Hannah, a former Middle East adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney, noted that Tillerson "does have experience dealing with some very tough leaders" in his former role as ExxonMobil CEO.

Author: 0 Manchester City focussed for tough Arsenal and Chelsea tests - Garcia

It could be said, for instance, that United's destiny is still in their own hands and if they beat Everton, Chelsea , City, Arsenal and Spurs they would do their Champions League hopes a power of good while simultaneously harming the sides above and around them.

World Media SsangYong Rexton - first official images released
Author: 0 SsangYong Rexton - first official images released

Ssangyong has previously stated that it will offer two engine variants; a 2.2-litre turbocharged diesel engine that can generate 133kW and 420Nm and a 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine that is good for 165kW and 350Nm. This wide interior ensures the highest levels of comfort for passengers, and the only model in its segment that can carry rear seat passengers and four golf bags in the boot.

World Media Cardinal William Keeler dies at 86; led oldest diocese in US
Author: 0 Cardinal William Keeler dies at 86; led oldest diocese in US

Cardinal William Keeler, who helped ease tensions between Catholics and Jews and headed the oldest Roman Catholic diocese in the United States for 18 years, died Thursday. and Rite of Commital in the crypt of Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Baltimore at 4:30 p.m. Cibelli said he was studying for the priesthood, and Keeler was part of the papal conclave that met to choose a new pope after the death of Pope John Paul II.

World Media Did Erdogan, Trump hurt Geert Wilders' bid for Dutch power?
Author: 0 Did Erdogan, Trump hurt Geert Wilders' bid for Dutch power?

It was an electoral boost , but still far short of projections that once placed him as the front-runner. "This patriotic spring will happen". In a recent interview with major European newspapers, including Le Monde and the British Guardian, he argued that "all populists" had the same objective: "to leave Europe, close themselves off to the world and imagine a future surrounded by barriers of all sorts and borders protected by watchtowers".

World Media Germany opens new probe into suspected Turkish spying
Author: 0 Germany opens new probe into suspected Turkish spying

But, Turkish newspaper Hurriyet Daily News reported that Turkey's Justice Minister, Bekir Bozdag, said that foreign intelligence chief, Kahl, had made "a mockery of Turkish people's intelligence" by rejecting Turkey's evidence on Gulen supporters.