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Macron snubs Trump for Merkel & another arm wrestle follows

Macron snubs Trump for Merkel & another arm wrestle follows

Washington Post writer Jonathan Capehart is taking credit for the handshake heads-up because he told GĂ©rard Araud , the French ambassador to the US, about Trump's creepy dominance move at a dinner party in D.C. However, a source in the French delegation said Macron had insisted on the EU's position that the terms of the divorce must be thrashed out first. Although the two men barely know each other but they seemed to have a hard time letting go when they first met.


Myth of supremacy of Pak BAT demolished completely: Defence Experts

Myth of supremacy of Pak BAT demolished completely: Defence Experts

The bodies of two attackers killed by the Indian Army is said to be lying near the Line of Control at the moment. They apart from AK-47 rifles use Swiss-made snow clothing and snow boots, Digital Navigation Consoles like Skype and VoIP during their operations.


91 killed, 110 missing in Sri Lankan floods, mudslides

91 killed, 110 missing in Sri Lankan floods, mudslides

The Sri Lanka Red Cross said that at least 500,000 people were affected by the severe rains and their teams were on the ground in the affected areas providing assistance. 38 deaths were reported from the Kalutara District alone, as reported by PTI. "A total of 42 people are missing while two people were injured". Authorities closed all schools in the Sabaragamuwa province, about 90 kilometers east of Colombo due to the rains and floods.


SEC Tournament report Arkansas posts 13th no-hitter

SEC Tournament report Arkansas posts 13th no-hitter

It will be the first matchup between the two SEC rivals this season. Andy Cannizaro is the first Mississippi State coach to win his first two SEC Tournament games since 1948. The Razorbacks led 8-5 after eight innings in that game. It was the 13th no-hitter in UA history and first since three pitchers - including Nick Schmidt - combined for one against Oklahoma State on February 11, 2006.


WHO Elects First Director-General From Africa

WHO Elects First Director-General From Africa

Tedros was nominated by the Government of Ethiopia, where he previously served as Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ethiopia from 2012-2016 and as Minister of Health, Ethiopia from 2005-2012. In his first remarks as the WHO's director-general-elect, Dr Tedros vowed to "reclaim. trust from member states and from every citizen in the world".