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They were detained under Section 11-EEE of Pakistan's Anti-Terrorism Act, which gives the government the power to arrest or detain "terrorism" suspects for up to 12 months. Further seeking a crackdown on Hafiz Saeed, the Ministry said that such house arrests have taken place in the past as well but only an action with iron fist can bring down the terrorists and terrorism.
  • King Salman supports Trump over Syria, Yemen safe zones

    King Salman supports Trump over Syria, Yemen safe zones

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    Establishing safe zones could ratchet up the U.S.'s military involvement in Syria and mark a major departure from Obama's more reluctant approach, as increased US or allied air power would be required, if Trump chooses to enforce "no fly zones".
  • Drops in post-election stock winners drag market lower

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    The deal, worth about $9.4 billion when it was announced in October 2015, is now worth between $6.8 billion to $7.4 billion after WBA lowered its offer to between $7 and $6.50 per share from $9. The 52-week high of the share price is $8.77 and the company has a market cap of $7,293 million. On Dec. 20, 2016, Walgreens and Rite Aid announced plans to sell 865 Rite Aid stores to Fred's to help convince the FTC to give a green light for the deal.
  • Mexico president: 'We won't pay for wall'

    Mexico president: 'We won't pay for wall'

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    Senate Republicans said they planned to move ahead with the construction of the wall at a cost of between $12 billion and $15 billion (€11 billion-€14 billion), an expense Mr Trump insisted would not fall to the United States taxpayer. Among other imports from Mexico, the US got $11.3 billion worth of oil came from Mexico in 2015 (the latest year for which data was available), according to UN Comtrade, which keeps data on trade.
  • Google's parent Alphabet beats Wall Street on revenue, misses on profit

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    That was proven once again as Alphabet capped off the final quarter of 2016 with more than $26 billion in revenue, a gain of 22 percent compared to the same quarter a year prior. However, Aggregate cost per click plunged 15%, matching estimates , while CPC on Google sites plunged 16%, and CPC on member sites fell 19%, both continuing a serious negative trend.
  • Stock to Watch: Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. (NYSE:ETE)

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    Holly Energy Partners, L.P.'s dividend payout ratio (DPR) is presently 132.96%. The share price is now -7.04 percent versus its SMA20, -3.87 percent versus its SMA50, and 1.36 percent versus its SMA200. They now have a Dollars 15 price target on the stock. Following the acquisition, the director now owns 45,000 shares of the company's stock, valued at approximately $1,902,150.
  • Thanks Trump: the Doomsday Clock Moves Closest To Midnight Since the 1950s

    Thanks Trump: the Doomsday Clock Moves Closest To Midnight Since the 1950s

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    Midnight on the clock represents doomsday. The group meets biannually to discuss how far the clock's hands should be moved based on world events. From left to right are theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss, former U.S. In an opinion piece for the New York Times , Titley and Krauss elaborated on their concerns, citing the increasing threats of nuclear weapons and climate change , as well as US President Donald Trump's pledges to impede what they see as progress on both fronts, as reasons ...
  • Scientists planning their own march in Washington

    Scientists planning their own march in Washington

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    On their accompanying website , the group continues: "Slashing funding and restricting scientists from communicating their findings (from tax-funded research!) with the public is absurd and can not be allowed to stand as policy". As Washington, D.C., cleans up after the Women's March and prepares for Friday's March for Life, word comes that the city will play host to yet another march, this one in support of science.
  • Meet the 'Boeing Blue' Spacesuit for Starliner Capsule

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    Whichever is chosen to be first will return astronaut launches to Central Florida for the first time since the retirement of the space shuttle in 2011. It's like having a fire extinguisher close by in the cockpit. She also said overall the suit was comfortable. It will feature Boeing's signature blue color and be worn by astronauts during launch, ascent and re-entry.
  • US Government Scientists Resist Trump's Gag Order On Twitter

    US Government Scientists Resist Trump's Gag Order On Twitter

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    The accounts reflect unease at government agencies including the EPA, departments of the interior, agriculture, and health and human services being instructed to curb or cease communication with the public, including via social media. It posted: "We can not allow Mr. Trump to silence the scientific community". In response, these agencies have set up alternative Twitter accounts to fight back against Trump's attempt at silencing their agencies.
  • Cabinet Fight Previews Tough Road Ahead in Senate

    Cabinet Fight Previews Tough Road Ahead in Senate

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    How Republicans, who pushed back on an infrastructure surge during President Obama's administration, will respond to driving up the federal deficit remains to be seen. Trump's nominee for Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Ross, said during his confirmation hearing that he fired a longtime household employee after he could not verify the employee's immigration status.
  • Japan's Defense Ministry successfully launches first communications satellite

    Japan's Defense Ministry successfully launches first communications satellite

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    An H-IIA rocket carrying the satellite , which means "sparkle" in English, blasted off from the southern island of Tanegashima at 4:44 pm local time (3:44pm Singapore time). Japan and China are both now in a dispute over a group of islands in the East China Sea called Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China. China also increased its activity in the military sector near South China Sea that became a challenge to US.
  • Japan's First Military Satellite Launched as Tensions Rise

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    An H-IIA rocket carrying the satellite , which means "sparkle" in English, blasted off from the southern island of Tanegashima at 4:44 pm local time (3:44pm Singapore time). From April to December, Chinese aircraft approached Japanese airspace 644 times that were doubled a year, said Japan's Ministry of Defense on Friday.
  • First Resident Evil 7 DLC Release Date

    First Resident Evil 7 DLC Release Date

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    Meantime, Banned Footage Vol. 2 is expected to come on February 14 for $14.99 after the release of Vol. 1 DLC. Bedroom will have players trying to escape from a locked room. Nightmare: Fend off waves of enemies and survive until morning while crafting useful items and traps to stay alive. From the title itself, Lucas Baker is in to fight for his life in this deadly game, but for what it takes, many are asking why "21".
  • Scientists Expand Life's Genetic Code To Include Two Artificial DNA

    Scientists Expand Life's Genetic Code To Include Two Artificial DNA

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    The researchers harnessed these tools to modify common E.coli bacterium, which uses traditional A, C, G, and T bases in its genetic sequence, but also contains artificial bases labeled X and Y in its genetic sequence. "If the semi-synthetic organism is going to really be an organism, it has to be able to stably maintain that information", said Romesberg . "The transporter was used in the 2014 study , but it made the semisynthetic organism very sick", explains one of the team, Yorke Zhang.
  • Dakota Access And Keystone XL Pipeline Movements Unite Against Trump

    Dakota Access And Keystone XL Pipeline Movements Unite Against Trump

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    He also believed it would have dented his administration's efforts to seal a global climate change deal, key to his environmental legacy. Trump on Monday signed measures withdrawing the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, and instituting a hiring freeze for most of the federal government.
  • Potential Implications to the ACA Under the Incoming Republican Administration

    Potential Implications to the ACA Under the Incoming Republican Administration

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    The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare , attempted near-universal coverage through a mixture of government-subsidized private insurance and the expansion of Medicaid, a government program. Blue Cross and Blue Shield, the state's largest health insurer, said Monday that President Donald Trump's executive order to weaken the Affordable Care Act does not affect the policies being sold for the current year.
  • President Trump, Detroit's Big 3 Automakers Talk 'Renaissance' In U.S. Manufacturing

    President Trump, Detroit's Big 3 Automakers Talk 'Renaissance' In U.S. Manufacturing

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    President Donald Trump has had a lot to say on Twitter about the US auto industry and its use of Mexican plants. It remains unclear whether the possible tariff proposal was discussed during the meeting , but Trump has repeatedly said he wants to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to protect American workers from losing their jobs to a global workforce.
  • Lunar XPrize finalists to shoot for the moon in 2017

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    The finalists are Florida-based Moon Express, India's Team Indus , Israel's Space IL, Hakuto of Japan and the global outfit Synergy Moon . Moon Express , a California-based team interested in some day mining the Moon, has contracted with the aerospace company Rocket Lab to have its MX-1E lunar lander launched by the company's experimental Electron rocket.
  • Xiaomi confirms Nougat for Redmi Note 4, get it here

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    Xiaomi in a official statement said that Redmi Note 4 saw 3 times sales than Redmi 3S and 5 times sales than Redmi Note 3, comparing the first sale of the devices in the county. "We are extremely ambitious about this product and it gives me huge joy to start the year with such acceptance and love for Redmi Note 4". The Redmi Note 4 was launched in India on Thursday last week and went on sale on Monday at 12 noon.
  • Samsung seeks fresh start after disclosing cause of Note 7 fires

    Samsung seeks fresh start after disclosing cause of Note 7 fires

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    At a press briefing on Monday, mobile chief Koh Dong-jin reportedly said that Samsung no longer plans to formally announce the S8 at Mobile World Congress, and that its release may be delayed. The flagship device was mean't to take on the might of Apple's iPhone 7 which launched in September. The S8 will nearly certainly sell millions of devices, but up against Google, flush from a successful Pixel launch and an aircraft carrier full of marketing money, will the Galaxy S still have ...
  • With First Executive Order, Trump Strikes Blow to Obamacare

    With First Executive Order, Trump Strikes Blow to Obamacare

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    Democrats will not sit idly by. A new poll from Fox News finds that 50 percent of voters feel favorably about the Affordable Care Act - a sharp uptick from the 41 percent who felt favorably about the law the last time the network polled, in the summer of 2015.
  • Students, Parents to Rally at the State Capitol for School Choice

    Students, Parents to Rally at the State Capitol for School Choice

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    With Betsy DeVos on the cusp of taking over the Department of Education at the federal level many states already have a degree of school choice. NAEP makes it astonishingly clear that Kentucky needs school choice. "National School Choice Week brings awareness to the different school choice models available to our families and it empowers parents to exercise their right to choose the best quality public school option for their children".
  • New weather satellite sends back first images

    New weather satellite sends back first images

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    The photos are of weather and the Earth in high detail - at four times the image resolution of existing spacecraft. NASA has released the first images from NOAA's GOES-16 satellite, now in geostationary orbit over the western hemisphere. GO HERE to view the full gallery. "Once the satellite is fully operational, the resolution of the imagery taken from the Harris ABI will be comparable to seeing a quarter from a mile away", said Eric Webster, vice president and general manager of ...
  • Trump Met with Cheers from CIA Officers When Criticizing the Media

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    The frenzy whipped up between November's presidential election and yesterday's inauguration about allegations, based on rather flimsy evidence, that Trump's victory was the result of Russian interference in the USA electoral process certainly had the quality of the rhetoric that has preceded colour revolutions elsewhere.
  • Wade Carries Bulls past Sacramento

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    Fred Hoiberg, fed up with the starters, ran with the reserves for the fourth quarter and outscored the Hawks by almost 25 points, bringing the lead to 95-90 with a minute left before a Dennis Schroeder jumper restored order with 52.6 seconds left.
  • Image: Wavemaker moon Daphnis

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    Saturn has an extensive ring system that extends out to 282,000km away from the planet, or about three quarters of the distance between the Earth and the Moon. An example could be the grainy texture seen in wide lanes, hinting particles have been clustered together. NASA scientists noted that the wave peak in the gap's edge on the left has a much softer appearance than the otherwise sharp edges of the Keeler Gap.
  • Kohli, Morgan upbeat after Eden Gardens thriller

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    Pacer Chris Woakes bowled a steady last over that saw India come within a touching distance of England's score of 321/8, but the hosts could not cross the line despite another fine performance by Kedar Jadhav (90). Hussain was also full of praise for England's openers, who put on 98 runs in hard batting conditions. Besides Morgan, opener Jason Roy, the highly rated Joe Root, and all-rounder Ben Stokes have played well.
  • Astronomer studies 'habitable' exoplanet

    Astronomer studies 'habitable' exoplanet

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    Speaking about Wolf 1061c, Mr Kane said: " It's close enough to the star where it's looking suspiciously like a runaway greenhouse ". A team of researchers from San Francisco State University has been analyzing the planet and it's atmosphere in hopes of finding proof that it's habitable.
  • Sedentary lifestyle speeds up biological aging, study finds

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    Too much sitting can make you age faster, a recent study has shown . A new study focused on sedentariness reveals that people who choose to sit down most of the day age faster than people who are physically active. They also looked at the link between sitting and telomere length for women who did 30 minutes or more a day, the recommended activity level for all adults.