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Trump revamps presidential coin, making token all about him

Donald Trump has revamped the presidential challenge coin, a medallion that presidents hand out as mementos, replacing the traditional US motto of “E pluribus unum” with his own campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.” The Latin motto, which means “out of many, one” in English, has been invoked by many as ...

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‘China wants link between Gwadar, Chabahar ports’

Iran says it has received a request from China to establish a connection between Pakistan’s Gwadar port – which Chinese companies are developing – with Iran’s southeastern port of Chabahar. Abdolrahim Kordi, the managing director of Chabahar Free Trade Zone, was quoted by Iran’s media as saying that China had ...

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Turkey detains educators over ‘Gulen links’

Police in Turkey have arrested dozens of people working at a now-shuttered university over suspected involvement in an attempted coup last year. Turkey’s Anadolu news agency said on Wednesday that Turkish law enforcement personnel had arrested 54 staff members from Istanbul’s former Fatih University. Fatih University, which was closed after ...

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Two earthquakes shake parts of California

Two earthquakes have struck parts of the Western US state of California in an area notorious for seismic restlessness, the US Geological Survey says. The first quake, measured 3.1 on the Richter scale, hit near San Martin in Santa Clara County on Tuesday night at 7:19 pm local time. Almost ...

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Eight US states sue EPA over air pollution

Eight Eastern US states have filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency to force it to impose tougher controls on some Midwestern states over air pollution blowing eastward. In their lawsuit filed on Tuesday, the states said the administration of President Donald Trump had failed to impose congressionally mandated ...

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After Canada, Brazil expels Venezuela’s top diplomat

Following in Canada’s footsteps, Brazil has decided to expel the top Venezuelan diplomat in the South American country in retaliation for a similar move by Venezuela. Venezuela over the weekend expelled Brazilian Ambassador to Caracas Ruy Pereira and Canadian chargé d’affaires Craib Kowalik over accusations of meddling in its domestic affairs. ...

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Three US cities sue Pentagon over gun-check system failures

Three major cities in the United States have filed a federal lawsuit against the Pentagon, arguing that the military’s “broken system” led to the massacre of more than two dozen people inside a Texas church last month. New York City, San Francisco and Philadelphia said in court papers on Tuesday ...

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Light earthquake jolts Tehran gently

A light earthquake has been felt in Iran’s Tehran Province and surrounding cities.  The epicenter of the quake has been reported to be on the border between Tehran and Alborz provinces, near the city of Malard. According to initial reports, the magnitude of the seismic event was 4.2 and occurred ...

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FBI fingerprint software could be bugged by Russians: Sources

The software the FBI and 18,000 other US law enforcement agencies use to analyze fingerprints may contain a Russian code placed by a French company after a secret deal with a Russian firm, two whistleblowers say. The former employees of a subsidiary of the French firm Safran Group said the company secretly ...

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