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Education chief slams Hanson autism remark

Education chief slams Hanson autism remark

The ABC's former managing director did not mention Senator Hanson by name. "Even on the days that are hard, when you're frustrated and your disability makes you angry, you are still better than she is on her best day". "I think that is the key message Pauline Hanson is really missing out on", she said. We need to look at this. "But if there is a number of them, these children should go into a special classroom and be.



US would like nuclear deal with India to go forward

The deal is estimated to be worth about $2 billion. "Things are not clear about Trump. he has telephoned Modi thrice, once to congratulate him on the election victory in UP", she said. Modi will be urging a tougher stance on Pakistan over militants that India blames for attacks on its territory. " President Trump is reputed not to pay attention to briefing papers", Neelam Deo, Director at Mumbai-based think-tank Gateway House, told BTVi.



Hackers Reported to Have Altered 2016 Presidential Campaign Voter Information

Former Secretary Jeh Johnson denied that there was any "delay" in informing the American people of Russian meddling when he and former National Intelligence Director James Clapper on October 7 said the theft and release of the Democratic National Committee emails were part of a widespread campaign "intended to interfere with the US election process".



Otto Warmbier's death 'is a mystery to us,' North Korea says

This is in response to the tragic demise of Otto Warmbier , the 22-year-old student who was returned to the USA in a coma last week after being imprisoned in North Korea for 17 months. The official accused Washington of conducting a " smear campaign " against North Korea. But officials at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where Warmbier was treated after his return, said they had found no trace of the disease.



North Korea says Warmbier's death a "mystery to us as well"

This is in response to the tragic demise of Otto Warmbier , the 22-year-old student who was returned to the USA in a coma last week after being imprisoned in North Korea for 17 months. While Pyongyang accepted USA demands for Warmbier's return on humanitarian grounds, Washington "totally distorted this truth and dared to clamor about "retaliation" and "pressure" on "dignified" North Korea, the spokesman told KCNA.