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US President Trump seeks 20 percent tax on Mexican imports to pay for wall, spokesman says Trump seeks tax on Mexican imports to pay for border wall

But Reince Priebus, the White House chief of staff, later said that the border tax is only one of several options being considered


Labour MP Tulip Siddiq resigns from frontbench over article 50 vote Tulip resigns from the UK shadow cabinet

The shadow minister for early years says voting to start the process of leaving the EU would be a betrayal of her north London constituents


Saudi court drops case over crane collapse that killed 111 Saudi court drops case over Mecca crane tragedy

The Mecca Criminal Court says in its ruling that it has no jurisdiction to rule on the case, fourteen people had initially gone on trial


Mexican president cancels planned DC meeting with Trump Mexican president cancels meeting with Trump

Pena Nieto's message on Twitter ends days of uncertainty about how he would respond to Trump's aggressive stance toward the country


Six reporters among 230 people charged in anti-Trump protests in Washington 6 reporters among 230 people charged in anti-Trump protests

A report in The Guardian (http://bit.ly/2jnTOTp ) says four others arrested are also journalists. It names documentary producer Jack Keller


Pope axes Knights chief in condoms row Pope axes Knights chief in condoms row

Festing's resignation follows a month-long stand-off that had become a test of the reforming pope's authority over rebellious Church conservatives


Donald Trump says he believes waterboarding works Donald Trump says he believes waterboarding works

Trump says that while radical groups beheaded people in the Middle East "we're not playing on an even field", we have to fight fire with fire


Israeli minister approves plan to take 100 Syrian war orphans Israel approves plan to take 100 Syrian orphans

Israel has treated thousands of Syrians wounded in the war, offering them medical treatment in hospitals in Israel


Spain's unemployment rate falls to 7-year low of 18.6 pc


Spain's unemployment rate falls to 7-year low

Despite recent improvements, Spain still has the second-highest unemployment rate in the 28-country European Union behind Greece


Italy avalanche: Final death toll climbs to 29 Italy avalanche: Final death toll climbs to 29

Nine people were pulled out alive in the first days of the rescue


Philippine president Duterte drug policy faces court challenge Duterte drug policy faces court challenge

Morillo survived and denied police allegations that he and his friends were drug dealers


Two avalanches hit army camp in India; 6 soldiers killed Two avalanches hit army camp in India; 6 soldiers killed

Seven soldiers were found alive during searches yesterday


Series of blasts in India’s Assam on Republic Day, no casualties Series of blasts in India’s Assam on Republic Day

Terror outfit United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) has claimed responsibility for the blasts


Howard Graves, former Associated Press bureau chief, dies at 90 Howard Graves, former Associated Press bureau chief, dies

Graves died of health issues related to age and Alzheimer's disease in his apartment in a Prescott, Arizona


 India’s 68th Republic day Thursday India’s 68th Republic day Thursday

It had replaced the Government of India Act, 1935 into the governing document of the India

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