Oil Holds On to Gains After Trump's Iran Decision

O'Toole added, "You can't be powerful without good people in government". "Our aim is clear: We keep committed to the nuclear deal". "It can not be in the interest of Iran to jeopardize the path that we have chosen with that deal and the chances that have occurred to Iran because of it".

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  • N.Korea schedules nuclear test site dismantlement
N.Korea schedules nuclear test site dismantlement

Kim has declared the development of the North's nuclear force complete and that it had no further need for the site. At a ruling party meeting last month, North Korea had already announced that it has suspended all tests of nuclear devices and ICBMs and the plan to close the nuclear testing ground.

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  • 14-year-old arrested, 1 shot at CA high school
14-year-old arrested, 1 shot at CA high school

Darren Harris of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The high school was being searched by dogs trained to detect explosives, law enforcement sources told ABC News, as sheriff's deputies worked to calm anxious parents who had come to the school after social media reports of a shooting.

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  • US willing support rebuild North Korea
US willing support rebuild North Korea

Kim, meanwhile, probably intended for the Dalian meeting to signal that "China remains an ally of North Korea and thus will be there to support him should Trump set the price too high for a deal", Tsang said. Despite the high probability of a meeting between the USA and North Korean leaders, it is yet unclear whether the sides will be able to r...

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  • LGBTQ Groups Call New Oklahoma Adoption Law Discriminatory
LGBTQ Groups Call New Oklahoma Adoption Law Discriminatory

The invoice handed the Oklahoma Home of Representatives in a 59-28 vote in late April. "Oklahoma is a state that respects the Second Amendment". It gives special permission to religiously-affiliated government-funded child welfare agencies to place the agencies' beliefs above the needs and best interests of children in care and discriminate again...

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  • Sen. Joe Donnelly to back Trump's Central Intelligence Agency pick
Sen. Joe Donnelly to back Trump's Central Intelligence Agency pick

Haspel's nomination to lead the agency to which she has dedicated her career", Donnelly added. Rand Paul, a Republican, opposed , Haspel still needs support from at least one Democratic senator as well as every other Republican to be confirmed.

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  • Nawaz Sharif's 'Mumbai attacks' statement triggers criticism
Nawaz Sharif's 'Mumbai attacks' statement triggers criticism

Mr. Sharif's comments assume significance as Pakistan has been consistently denying India's allegation that state actors in Pakistan were responsible for the Mumbai attacks. Nine of the attackers were killed by police while lone survivor Ajmal Kasab was caught and hanged after being handed down death sentence. "President Putin has said it.

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  • Trump claims he saved almost $999800000 on US embassy in Jerusalem
Trump claims he saved almost $999800000 on US embassy in Jerusalem

The protests also took place at the contact points in different cities, including the northern entrance of Bethlehem and Ramallah. Thousands of people rallied in Turkey and Jordan on Friday to protest against the decision to move the United States embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and to mark the 70th anniversary of what Palestinians call their ...

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  • Former Nepal PM Sher Bahadur Deuba calls on Narendra Modi
Former Nepal PM Sher Bahadur Deuba calls on Narendra Modi

The Congress on Saturday alleged that PM Narendra Modi's visit to temples in Nepal is aimed at influencing voters in Karnataka where polling is being held today. The two prime ministers also laid the foundation stone of the 900 MW Arun III hydroelectric power plant project in Kathmandu , reported Reuters.

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  • Russian Federation calls for 'dialogue' between Israel and Iran
Russian Federation calls for 'dialogue' between Israel and Iran

Israel's Iron Dome aerial defense system stopped numerous rockets, which led to bright flashes due to the explosions in the sky. " Israel also fired more than 10 tactical ground-to-ground missiles", Russia's defense ministry said in a statement quoted by the Interfax news agency.

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  • Did an alligator snatch a Florida teen? The search is on
Did an alligator snatch a Florida teen? The search is on

The sheriff's office states it does not have any report of a woman who's gone missing. Search and rescue teams searched the lake by boat Wednesday afternoon. But in a news conference Thursday morning, officials said there was no evidence of an alligator attack. He said the teen was about 20 yards from shore.

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  • Euthanasia was Perth scientist David Goodall's dying wish
Euthanasia was Perth scientist David Goodall's dying wish

Goodall, while he was alive, had said: "What I would like is for other countries to follow Switzerland's lead and make these facilities available to all clients, if they meet the requirements, and the requirements not just of age, but of mental capacity".

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  • The terrifying step Trump better not take on North Korea
The terrifying step Trump better not take on North Korea

Trump made a point of publicly thanking North Korea's leader for the prisoners' release - "We want to thank Kim Jong Un" - and hailed it as a sign of cooling tensions and growing opportunity on the Korean peninsula. "The North Koreans have still said nothing to indicate that they are willing to give up their nuclear weapons, not to mention perman...

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  • Arsene Wenger predicts European football to replace Premier League on weekends
Arsene Wenger predicts European football to replace Premier League on weekends

Mavropanos was sent off for a last-man foul when he dragged down Kelechi Iheanacho just minutes after the forward had put Leicester ahead. " Arsenal can add to Leicester's end-of-season woes and I wonder if both sides will have new managers at the start of the 2018/19 season".

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  • 'Most Wanted' ISIS Commanders Captured in Cross-Border Sting Operation
'Most Wanted' ISIS Commanders Captured in Cross-Border Sting Operation

Those held include Syrian national Saddam Jamal, who served as the so-called Daesh governor of Syria's eastern Euphrates region. Hashimi described Eithawi as a direct aide to the cutthroat Baghdadi, responsible for money transfers to the group's bank accounts in different countries.

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  • Women's Caucus: Vance shouldn't lead Schneiderman investigation
Women's Caucus: Vance shouldn't lead Schneiderman investigation

The New York State Legislature is now tasked with finding an interim to replace Schneiderman. Underwood has worked in the District Attorneys' offices of three New York City counties and was the counsel and chief assistant in the Brooklyn U.S.

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  • Google is banning Irish abortion referendum ads ahead of vote
Google is banning Irish abortion referendum ads ahead of vote

Following our update around election integrity efforts globally, we have chose to pause all ads related to the Irish referendum on the eighth amendment. and other social media platforms are private actors, they're free to ban ads from any source they choose, so long as their actions don't violate any federal anti-discrimination laws.

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  • Dam Burst Kills Dozens, Rescuers Search For Survivors
Dam Burst Kills Dozens, Rescuers Search For Survivors

Officials said the dam water and mud spewed out of the reservoir and submerged homes over a radius of almost 2 kilometers (1.2 miles). Kenya Red Cross said on Twitter it had rescued 39 people so far. Regional criminal investigation commander Gideon Kibunja who confirmed the death toll said several people are still not accounted for after Nakuru...

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  • Two dupe bizman of Rs 1.5 cr, held
Two dupe bizman of Rs 1.5 cr, held

As per the reports, the alleged victims told the businessman that they have a special copper plate that was struck by the lightning bolt giving it special ability to attract grain of rice. The "rice puller" copper plate, fake Hazmat suits and other protective gear have been recovered from the duo, identified as Virender Mohan Brar, 56, and his 30-y...

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  • Area high schools recognized in US News and World Report rankings
Area high schools recognized in US News and World Report rankings

Located near Palmdale Road on the west end of Victorville, Cobalt earned the magazine's gold medal award and was ranked 83rd in the state and 486th in the nation by U.S. It has a graduation rate of more than 95 percent and a college readiness score of 63.5. The Tucson Unified School District's University High School placed 27th in the country, ...

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