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Myanmar, Bangladesh to implement plan to end Rohingya crisis: China

Myanmar, Bangladesh to implement plan to end Rohingya crisis: China

Multiple reports have since accused security forces and Buddhist vigilantes of indiscriminately attacking Muslims in the state and burning their villages, with the United Nations describing the campaign as "ethnic cleansing". Wang said that the first phase of China's plan stipulates implementing "a ceasefire on the ground" in order "to return to stability and order, so the people can enjoy peace and no longer be forced to flee".


Driver with 'F-Trump' sticker adds local sheriff to truck display

Driver with 'F-Trump' sticker adds local sheriff to truck display

Karen Fonseca, 46, chose to add another sticker to her truck, insulting the sheriff who spoke out against her original Trump sticker, KHOU reports. In his Facebook post, Nehls said he needed to talk with the proprietor of the truck after he got a few objections about the sticker.


Republican Sen. Jeff Flake Calls the GOP 'Toast' on a Hot Mic

Republican Sen. Jeff Flake Calls the GOP 'Toast' on a Hot Mic

Notwithstanding the publicly aired feudal thrusts and parries between President Trump and Senator Jeff Flake , the president's prediction of Flake being a "NO" on the tax reform bill is apparently untrue. Trump is a frequent opponent for Flake, who announced last month he would not seek re-election in 2018 in a fiery speech condemning the president from the floor of the Senate.


Fernando Alonso: Two-Time F1 Champion Completes Toyota Sportscar Test In Bahrain

Fernando Alonso: Two-Time F1 Champion Completes Toyota Sportscar Test In Bahrain

Wurz, who worked closely with Alonso as he tested at the Bahrain International Circuit, said the 36-year-old "supported very good and structured feedback during the day". Vasselon refused on to comment on the chances of Alonso rejoining Toyota for its next scheduled test at Aragon at the start of next month. Alonso said: "We have enough time now to think about the future".


White House turkeys gear up for Tuesday's pardoning cermony

White House turkeys gear up for Tuesday's pardoning cermony

Bow and Tie are in town for the traditional turkey pardoning ceremony. Putting presidential Turkey pardon to use, Trump will pardon the two birds handpicked by the National Turkey Federation in the White House Rose Garden. Kennedy was the first to pardon a bird sent over for dinner. While they wait for the much-anticipated ceremony, the yet-unnamed turkeys are enjoying a lavish stay at Washington, D.C.'s Willard InterContinental Hotel, the Washington Examiner reports.


Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi dies at 72

Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi dies at 72

Congress MP Pradip Bhattacharya said that Dasmunsi had nerves of steel and steered the party out of critical situations both in Centre and West Bengal. Dasmunsi represented Raiganj (Lok Sabha constituency) in West Bengal before being succeeded by his wife Deepa. "His contribution to Indian football can never be forgotten".