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Donald Trump says other countries will leave European Union after Brexit: London Times 16.1.2017 Zee News : World
US President-elect Donald Trump believes other countries will leave the European Union after Britain`s decision to quit the bloc, throwing his support behind Brexit in an interview with The Times published on Sunday.
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'Merkel made catastrophic mistake over migrants' 16.1.2017 TOI: Home
He blamed the refugee crisis for being the "straw that broke the camel's back" and triggered Brexit vote. "I think she made one very catastrophic mistake and that was taking all of these illegals, you know, taking all of the people from wherever they come from," Trump said in an interview.
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Trump accuses Merkel of ‘catastrophic mistake’ over migrants 16.1.2017 Hindu: News
He blamed the refugee crisis for being the “straw that broke the camel’s back” that triggered Brexit.
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Trump: NATO obsolete, Merkel's refugee policy catastrophe 16.1.2017 All News-IANS Stories
US President-elect Donald Trump said in an interview with a German daily that NATO is "obsolete" and accused Chancellor Angela Merkel of committing a "catastrophic mistake" with her refugee policy to allow nearly 890,000 refugees into the country in 2015.
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Peers propose ‘student-friendly’ move 16.1.2017 Hindu: Home
Amendment to bill proposes excluding students from the category of economic migrants to U.K.
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Pope demands protection for migrants as sea rescue continues 15.1.2017 TimesOfIndia
Pope Francis is demanding that "every possible measure" be taken to protect young refugees as he marks the church's World Day of Migrants a day after the latest Mediterranean migrant shipwreck. He said: "We must adopt every possible measure to guarantee young migrants protection and defense, as well as integration."
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From Brexit to Trump: Why conventional wisdom at Davos is always wrong 15.1.2017 Latest News
Did the global elite's devotion to borderless capitalism sow the seeds of a populist backlash?
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Protest in Washington ahead of Trump's inauguration 15.1.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Thousands of demonstrators gathered here on Saturday to protest against the xenophobic rhetoric and immigration policies of US President-elect Donald Trump who is set to take office on Friday.
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INTERVIEW: "Data and accurate information is and will be for the implementation of Agenda 2030" - UN DESA chief 15.1.2017 New Kerala: World News
INTERVIEW: "Data and accurate information is and will be for the implementation of Agenda 2030" - UN DESA chief
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Davos wonders if it's part of the problem 15.1.2017 All International Stories
Did the global elite's devotion to borderless capitalism sow the seeds of a populist backlash?
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The art of illustrations 14.1.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
It's magical to illustrate books for children," says Kris Di Giacomo, in her clear, sweet voice, with an understated smile on her face, while meeting me in Chennai. This much-acclaimed American-origin, Paris-based illustrator of children's picture books was pit-stopping in Chennai while on a visit to India for a book fair. "The thing about India is that it's an explosion of so many things — colour, sound, life and art happening on the streets… I have to go back and let it sink in." Kris herself makes you think of the fictional Heidi of the mountains; everything about her persona alludes to it. Incidentally, her childhood unfolded in the Swiss mountains. It was a happy time that revolved around climbing mountains, skiing down slopes, building snowmen, stargazing, farm animals, stuffed animals, muppets, friendship and books. As a child, Kris lived with her parents in Lausanne, Switzerland. In becoming an illustrator for children, it helps to revisit and hold on to the memories of your ...
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Mamata Banerjee hands over 'Bonorini' keys to refugees 14.1.2017 TOI: Calcutta Times
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With LeBron 14 release, Nike is bypassing the shoe store 14.1.2017 Latest News
Air Jordans still dominate resale market and account for about half of such transactions
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Merkel backs multilateral approach as Trump presidency looms 14.1.2017 News
Merkel is clearly unhappy about likely demise of TPP following Trump's desire to withdraw the US
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Has actor Lindsay Lohan converted to Islam? 14.1.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
Controversial actor Lindsay Lohan recently scrubbed clean her Twitter and Instagram accounts and posted the message “Alaikum Salam” on Instagram, leading to speculation that the actor may have converted to Islam. In 2015, Lindsay Lohan had faced backlash after being pictured with a Quran in her hands. Over the last few days, Lohan deleted all her posts on Twitter and Instagram. The term Alaikum Salam is a traditional Arabic greeting of ‘As-salam alaikum’ (peace be onto you). The post on Instagram led to a tweets from Muslims around the world, offering her congratulations.  Earlier, Lohan has dropped hints about converting to Islam.In the last few years, the actress has been vocal about her interest in Islam and she was also spotted carrying the Koran. In October 2016, she posted a picture of herself wearing a headscarf which was a gift from a Syrian refugee. The actress has also moved to Dubai.   Lindsay Lohan remove all her instagram photos and left Salam in her bio. May Allah Guide Her. ...
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Mamata Banerjee hands over keys of Bonhooghly Tenement Redevelopment Project 14.1.2017 New Kerala: West Bengal
Mamata Banerjee hands over keys of Bonhooghly Tenement Redevelopment Project
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Over 25,000 'lone' child migrants reached Italy in 2016: Unicef 14.1.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Some 25,800 unaccompanied minor migrants reached Italy in 2016, more than double the figure of 2015, the UN Children's Fund (Unicef) has said.
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`Pakistan evicting Pashtun refugees to set up terror camps, selling nuclear weapons to rogue nations` 14.1.2017 Zee News : India National
The Pashtun are Pakistan’s third largest ethnic group which has suffered the most from the Pakistani Taliban’s seven-year onslaught against government forces and civilians.
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More must be done to assist, protect freezing refugees and migrants in Europe - UN agency 14.1.2017 New Kerala: World News
More must be done to assist, protect freezing refugees and migrants in Europe - UN agency
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Iraq: Thousands displaced from Mosul in 'desperate' need of life-saving aid, UN agency reports 14.1.2017 New Kerala: World News
Iraq: Thousands displaced from Mosul in 'desperate' need of life-saving aid, UN agency reports
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