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Al Jazeera's John Holman, reporting from Mexico City, said this was the first mass protest against Trump in the country. Numerous marchers were dressed in white as a sign of unity. No violence was reported. Trump has also pressured USA corporations to provide jobs in the United States, not Mexico. Those comments have not gone unnoticed in Mexico.
  • Multinational 'Aman-17' naval exercise begins in Karachi

    Multinational 'Aman-17' naval exercise begins in Karachi

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    Previous exercises were held in 2007, 2009, 20011, and 2013, and 2016 respectively. Also in the Arabian Sea, the Indian Navy develops Tropex-17 maneuvers, in which 60 ships, five submarines and over 70 naval airplanes, including Su-30 and Jaguar, take part.
  • Peru asks world to help find fugitive former president Toledo

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    A judge Thursday ordered he be jailed for 18 months while the investigation continues. #UPDATE Peru judge issues global warrant for arrest of ex-president Alejandro Toledo on bribe accusations https://t.co/6CEMCkum0A- AFP news agency (@AFP) 10 février 2017 Despite the denials, Odebrecht's confession to the US Justice Department that it paid out hundreds of millions of dollars in bribes in several countries threatens to implicate leaders and ex-leaders who once promoted the hydroelectric ...
  • Iran Views Donald Trump as True Face of America

    Iran Views Donald Trump as True Face of America

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    The Friday rallies are an embodiment of "national power" and show that "the Iranian people will make regretful those who use the language of threat against the Iranians", Rouhani's words followed by the heat of applause from the people. flags. Iranians carried " Death to America " banners and burned effigies of President Trump, as others stepped on his picture. Reacting to the weapon test, US President Donald Trump tweeted: "Iran is playing with fire - they don't appreciate how "kind" ...
  • Trump backs 'One China' policy in call with China's President

    Trump backs 'One China' policy in call with China's President

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    Chinese state-run newspaper The Global Times called Trump "as ignorant as a child in terms of foreign policy" for his remarks, and the Chinese government persisted that the one-China policy is "the political foundation of China-U.S. America's one China policy endorses China's policy suggesting that Taiwan was a part of China. Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan's president, met with senator Ted Cruz and Greg Abbott, governor of Texas, as she stopped off in the USA on a trip to Central America on Sunday.
  • Romanian justice minister resigns as anti-corruption protests grow

    Romanian justice minister resigns as anti-corruption protests grow

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    The decree would have decriminalised a number of graft offences and effectively shielded dozens of public officials from corruption allegations. On Wednesday, Romania's Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu, survived a no-confidence vote in parliament, which is dominated by his left-wing PSD, despite ongoing protests.
  • Turkish President Erdoğan approves constitutional change boosting his powers

    Turkish President Erdoğan approves constitutional change boosting his powers

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    President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan approved on Friday constitutional amendments that will bring drastic changes to Turkey's political system, including a shift to an executive presidential system from the current parliamentary system. It would also grant the head of state the power to hire and fire ministers, and could allow Erdogan to remain in office until 2029. In 2014, he became president after having been prime minister since 2003.
  • Sam Warburton has high praise for England before Six Nations clash

    Sam Warburton has high praise for England before Six Nations clash

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    We are prepared for any shenanigans that might go on and we are looking forward to it." said the straight-talking Australian, who has not decided whether the roof should be closed in Cardiff . "We've had a brilliant learning day today with Gareth and Lisa", he said . Wales skipper Jones is set to make his 16th appearance against England this weekend, and he knows the degree of difficulty is an acute one.
  • Palestinian opens fire in Israeli crowd, six wounded

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    A Palestinian went on a shooting and stabbing rampage in a crowded open air market in Petach Tikvah Thursday afternoon, wounding six Israelis. A wave of street attacks by Palestinians began in October 2015, and had slowed in recent months.
  • Nigeria's president 'hale and hearty', says deputy amid health doubts

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    Former president Umaru Musa Yar'Adua, who led the country from 2007-2010, went to Saudi Arabia in November 2009 to receive treatment for a heart condition and did not return for three months, leaving a power vacuum in place. The situation was escalated after Buhari, on Sunday, February 5, announced an indefinite extension of his medical leave. Signaling a possible shift in practice which previously saw government officials fly overseas for medical care, last April, Buhari's government ...
  • #IStandWithNigeria: Abuja and Lagos witness protests against economic hardship

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    Over 100 policemen were seen as early as 7.00 am at the National Stadium, Surulere, the planned take-off point of the protest. Security operatives are equally ground to ensure the safety of the protesters. "We hear you loud and clear, those who are on the streets protesting the economic situation and even those who are not, but feel the pain of economic hardship", Osinbajo said.
  • Calm before the storm: Freezing rain warning for Toronto, GTA

    Calm before the storm: Freezing rain warning for Toronto, GTA

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    Clint Stibbe of Traffic Services. Upwards of 25 to 35 millimetres of rain and freezing rain is expected to fall throughout the day Tuesday, beginning in the morning and ending in the evening. "Surfaces, such as roads, streets, sidewalks and parking lots, will become icy, slippery and unsafe", it says. Localized flooding is also possible in areas.