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U.S. ready to participate in China's Silk Road project

But governments have expressed concern Beijing might use "Belt and Road" to promote Chinese exports by encouraging its neighbors to adopt China's industrial standards for railways and other goods. It's reported that a part of the project passes through the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). In addition, China will provide 60 billion yuan in the next three years for poverty alleviation in developing countries along the new Silk Road.


Talks over laptops on US flights from Europe end with no ban

Talks over laptops on US flights from Europe end with no ban

European negotiators have dissuaded U.S. security officials from imposing a ban on electronic devices in the cabins of flights to America - at least for the time being. Baggage in cargo usually goes through a more sophisticated screening process than carry-on bags. He added that explosive-tracing technology already existed in many airports, and that additional training could be used to ensure security without disrupting business.



No Politician Has Ever Been Treated Worse Than Me

To mark the magnitude of the occasion, the President himself was there to make the keynote speech. "Look at the way I have been treated lately, especially by the media". She's concerned about relatives who are serving in the Coast Guard on the president's watch. " Things will work out just fine ". "You chose the path of service", Trump said.


Led coalition airstrikes targeted pro-Syrian regime forces

Led coalition airstrikes targeted pro-Syrian regime forces

The coalition carried out the strike after Russian attempts to halt the advance on the town apparently failed to stop the troops from moving south into an agreed upon deconfliction zone where the US and its allies were operating. An exception was the USA cruise missile strike that were launched last month in retaliation for Assad's chemical weapons attack that killed 86 people.


Pope seeks to end stigma of devastating Huntington's Disease

Pope seeks to end stigma of devastating Huntington's Disease

Huntington's disease causes the progressive breakdown of brain function, and the Pope acknowledged that treatment of the disease had always been handicapped by "misunderstandings and barriers". Many of them were overcome with emotion as he laid his hand on their head or kissed their cheek. Before delivering his remarks, Francis was shown a video of several patients, all of them from some of the poorest neighborhoods of Latin America.


Leeds re-sign former Swansea man Pablo Hernandez

Leeds re-sign former Swansea man Pablo Hernandez

With all this in the background, the defender has been offered a new two-year deal by Leeds and has until the end of next month to decide whether he wants to continue at the club. He then signed a short-term deal to stay in West Yorkshire last January, which included an appearance related clause promising Hernandez another year if triggered.