• III's Stock Plunged Toward 4-year Low After Disappointing Results, Outlook
III's Stock Plunged Toward 4-year Low After Disappointing Results, Outlook

Nationwide Fund Advisors now owns 184,264 shares of the company's stock valued at $5,371,000 after buying an additional 10,308 shares in the last quarter. The forecast also includes the full year impact of the issuance of approximately 2.6 million shares of new G-III common stock to the seller of DKI. G-III Apparel Group has an average rating of Ho...

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  • Netherlands head coach Danny Blind fired
Netherlands head coach Danny Blind fired

Their subsequent failure to qualify for last summer's expanded 24-team European Championship is now being compounded by the previously unthinkable prospect of missing out on a second successive major tournament. "We can not say we are not able to get to the World Cup, because there are still some games to go", he said. Blind was informed of the d...

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  • Muslim women form human chain along Westminster Bridge after London attack
Muslim women form human chain along Westminster Bridge after London attack

She is so grateful and overwhelmed with you generosity and out pouring of love. As their trip was drawing to an end, the Cochrans had one final day in London , where they wanted to take in some of the city's most iconic sites - including Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament .

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  • Alexei Navalny, Russian opposition leader, arrested in Moscow
Alexei Navalny, Russian opposition leader, arrested in Moscow

Mr Navalny was detained as he arrived to join the rally in central Moscow . News reports and social media reported demonstrations in large cities throughout the country including Novosibirsk, Tomsk and Krasnoyarsk. The Kremlin critic, who has announced his intention to run for president in next year's election, has been rallying supporters i...

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  • Keystone XL pipeline would only create 35 permanent jobs
Keystone XL pipeline would only create 35 permanent jobs

The Canadian company is allowed to build, connect, operate and maintain facilities in the border between United States and Canada for the transport of crude oil. Even without any action by President Donald Trump, Friday, March 24, 2017 would have been a marked day for environmental activists. Trump has a history about refusing to pay people for w...

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  • Marine Le Pen meets with Vladimir Putin
Marine Le Pen meets with Vladimir Putin

One of Russia's main news agencies Interfax tweeted: "BREAKING: The Kremlin announces a Russian bank will finance Marine Le Pen's electoral Le Pen". The Kremlin also looks favourably on Ms Le Pen , a BBC correspondent says. But given her anti-immigrant views and record of defending French colonialism in Africa, the visit didn't go down well wi...

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  • Israeli policeman suspended after beating Palestinian truck driver
Israeli policeman suspended after beating Palestinian truck driver

The Israeli daily Haaretz reported Wednesday, citing an Israeli source familiar with the talks, that during his visit last week, Greenblatt made it clear that the Trump administration wants Israel to place substantial restrictions on construction in the settlements.

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  • 9/11 victims and bereaved family members sue Saudi Arabia
9/11 victims and bereaved family members sue Saudi Arabia

The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act passed by Congress was vetoed by former President Obama previous year. The papers claim Saudi Arabia raised and laundered money to support al Qaeda activities, funded terrorist training camps "where al Qaeda taught their hijackers the skills they used to carry out the september 11 attacks", and acti...

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  • Former Russian lawmaker Denis Voronenkov shot dead in Ukrainian capital
Former Russian lawmaker Denis Voronenkov shot dead in Ukrainian capital

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on social media that the killing was "an act of state terrorism" by Russian Federation, and said it was "no accident" that the murder took place hours after an explosion and fire destroyed a large munitions depot in eastern Ukraine, RFE/RL reports .

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  • United Kingdom retail sales rebound stronger than expected in Feb, outlook remains weak
United Kingdom retail sales rebound stronger than expected in Feb, outlook remains weak

Sales were expected to grow 0.3%. According to the latest retail sales report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS ), the total value of furniture and lighting sales fell by -2.8% in February 2017 but showed growth compared to January's fall of -7.6%, ending a two month decline.

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  • Former CIA chief: Trump should 'apologise' to Obama
Former CIA chief: Trump should 'apologise' to Obama

But Nunes, who served on Trump's transition team, joined the White House in seeking to shift attention away from the controversies by calling for investigations of leaks to the news media. The British intelligence agency flatly denied the claim it happened. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Mark Warner (D-Va.) ― said they saw nothing to support Trump's t...

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  • Malaysia confirms identity of Kim Jong-nam with DNA
Malaysia confirms identity of Kim Jong-nam with DNA

Kim died within 20 minutes of the attack, before reaching the hospital. "But they (North Korea) have to ask themselves if they have listened to previous demands by worldwide bodies", the minister said . It is reported that the North Korean workers are mainly in businesses including coal mining and construction. About 315 North Koreans are in Malay...

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  • Google to Simplify YouTube Advertiser Controls Amid Outcry Over Extremist Videos
Google to Simplify YouTube Advertiser Controls Amid Outcry Over Extremist Videos

British retailer Marks and Spencer became the latest company to remove its ads from Google this weekend for fear they will appear next to extremist content. Due to the problem with Google's ad placing policy, numerous well-known brands have pulled their ads. "We need to stand back and not roll from one issue to another", he added.

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  • Syria mosque airstrike kills dozens of civilians near Aleppo
Syria mosque airstrike kills dozens of civilians near Aleppo

ISIS had at one point held the area around al-Jineh as part of its push into the northwestern part of Aleppo , but appears to have been expelled. He showed reporters a USA military photo of the strike and said that "dozens" of al-Qaida militants who were meeting in the building were targeted and killed.

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  • Federal Judges Rule Against Trump's Revamped Travel Ban
Federal Judges Rule Against Trump's Revamped Travel Ban

Judge Robart had told the team that he meant to rule against their motion to apply the injunction they won against the first travel ban to the new, revised executive order, too. Government lawyers in Maryland argued that the updated version of the travel order had undergone substantial revisions and that it is necessary in the interests of ...

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  • Interpol 'red notice' issued for four North Koreans, says KL
Interpol 'red notice' issued for four North Koreans, says KL

Malaysia also placed a similar exit ban on North Koreans. North Korea has insisted that the man was Kim Chol, the name in the North Korean diplomatic passport he was travelling on. The police are also looking for seven North Koreans - three whom they believe are hiding in North Korea's embassy in Kuala Lumpur and four others who allegedly hired...

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  • Dutch head to polls to vote on prime minister
Dutch head to polls to vote on prime minister

Against the backdrop of such a political landscape, it is clear now that the process of putting together a ruling coalition will be complex and will take a lot of time. However more than two dozen parties are running in the election. While VVD's position has not changed since previous Peil survey published on March 5, PVV has lost three potential...

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  • François Fillon charged with several offences linked to 'fake jobs' scandal
François Fillon charged with several offences linked to 'fake jobs' scandal

Fillon's lawyer could not immediately be reached for comment and there was no immediate comment from the candidate himself. Fillon has already survived attempts by members of his party to replace him as candidate, saying the investigators probing him are politically motivated.

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  • Jewish centers in US, Canada hit with fresh spate of bomb threats
Jewish centers in US, Canada hit with fresh spate of bomb threats

During previous "waves", dozens of threats were made to various Jewish centers, including 39 different threats made on February 27 alone. "People are anxious about whether to send their kids to school and attend programs, if they should come, what type of security there is, and just in general, about bomb threats and violence", said Tal Toubiana,...

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  • Turkey diplomatic spat could boost Erdogan referendum quest
Turkey diplomatic spat could boost Erdogan referendum quest

Family Minister Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya was expelled after being prevented from addressing a rally in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam, AFP reported. A diplomatic row between the Dutch and Turkish government shows no sign of ebbing, with the Netherlands barring Turkey's foreign minister from entering the country and forcing the Turkish family-af...

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  • College Basketball Michigan Wolverines vs Wisconsin Badgers Start Time, Betting Odds
College Basketball Michigan Wolverines vs Wisconsin Badgers Start Time, Betting Odds

As the Wolverines showed in Friday's quarterfinal victory over Big Ten champion Purdue, they also have the option against less mobile frontcourts of playing Wilson as the nominal center and spacing the court for him to drive the ball at the rim.

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  • Pope Francis Considers Allowing Married Men to Be Priests
Pope Francis Considers Allowing Married Men to Be Priests

In 2014, Erwin Kräutler, the Bishop of Xingu in the Brazilian rainforest, said he had discussed the ordination of married men with Pope Francis. In 1980, Pope John Paul II chose to allow married men to become priests in limited circumstances, such as married former clergymen from the Episcopal Church.

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  • Arsenal ease pressure on Wenger, City stroll into semi-finals
Arsenal ease pressure on Wenger, City stroll into semi-finals

Asked whether the players had admitted they let him down, Wenger shot back: "I would like to watch the game with you and you would see that the players didn't let me down, nor themselves, nor the club". The Imps were the first non-league side to reach the quarter-finals in more than a century - and nearly 10,000 fans made the journey to the capital...

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  • Taylor Swift's alleged stalker arrested
Taylor Swift's alleged stalker arrested

ABC NewsTaylor Swift's got some major "Bad Blood" with a 29-year-old man who's been stalking her. The publication reports that Mohammed, 29, had been lingering around her home in Tribeca, New York City, for the past three months in order to land a face-to-face meeting with the blonde beauty.

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  • High winds leave almost 20000 without power
High winds leave almost 20000 without power

Don't touch a fallen power line or anything touching the wire. Authorities say two people were killed when a tree crashed onto their vehicle as powerful winds ripped through central MI. · Never drive across a downed power line . The Huron County Road Commission was busy Wednesday taking care of trees that fell in roadways throughout the count...

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  • Aircraft lessors lukewarm on Boeing's planned 737-10 jet
Aircraft lessors lukewarm on Boeing's planned 737-10 jet

The 737 Max 10X will provide "better economics than anything out there in its size", says Keith Leverkuhn, vice-president and general manager of Boeing's 737 programme. Last month, Boeing gave us journalists a sneak peek at the first MAX 9 while it was under construction. Airbus's re-engined narrowbody, the A320neo, has been in service since Jan...

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  • South Korean Court to Decide President Park's Fate on Friday
South Korean Court to Decide President Park's Fate on Friday

The court's judgement has been highly anticipated, and its decision is set to be carried live on television across the nation. Park's office had no comment after the court's announcement Wednesday of when it would rule. In a damning 101-page report released this week, the special counsel said the president colluded with Choi and recommended charg...

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  • Turkey PM: 'Unfortunate' Our Allies Are Allying With Kurds Against ISIS
Turkey PM: 'Unfortunate' Our Allies Are Allying With Kurds Against ISIS

In a statement released on its website, the US-based Mercy Corps said it had been ordered by Ankara to immedialtely halt its Turkey operations. It was unclear whether other aid organizations have been similarly affected, and Turkish government officials could not immediately be reached for comment.

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  • Ujjain Passenger Train Blast is a Terror Attack: MP Min
Ujjain Passenger Train Blast is a Terror Attack: MP Min

The explosion took place in a compartment of the general coach, adjacent to the guard coach, the report quoted railway officials as saying. The state-run Indian Railways, the third largest network in the world, operates more than 12,000 passenger trains, carrying some 23 million people daily.

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  • Troadec case: Brother-in-law admits murdering missing family of four
Troadec case: Brother-in-law admits murdering missing family of four

They said there had been signs of attempts to clean it up. The man, named as Hubert C, told police after a night of questioning that he had killed Pascal and Brigitte Troadec, both 49, along with Sébastien, 21, and Charlotte, 18. According to reports, Hubert C has not told investigators what he did with the bodies of the family. Traces of bloo...

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  • Theresa May to resist giving more powers to Scotland post-Brexit
Theresa May to resist giving more powers to Scotland post-Brexit

Pro-Scottish Independence supporters with Scottish Saltire and European Union flags among others rally in George Square in Glasgow, Scotland , July 30, 2016 to call for Scottish independence from the UK. While there has been no official statement from United Kingdom officials in this late hour on Sunday, the prospect of even more politcal chaos, n...

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  • LeEco lays off 85% employees in India
LeEco lays off 85% employees in India

The Economic Times , which first reported the layoffs , has spoken to LeEco and industry sources and concluded that the situation does indeed look grim for the company. The report adds that the Mumbai and Delhi offices of LeEco have minimal staff and firings are happening in the Bengaluru R&D centers. However, LeEco's chief operating office for ...

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  • U.S. launches airstrikes against al Qaeda in Yemen
U.S. launches airstrikes against al Qaeda in Yemen

US counterterrorism officials say the al Qaeda wing in Yemen is one of the deadliest in the world and poses the most immediate threat to the USA homeland. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak to. USA officials said 14 militants were killed as well as some civilians.

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  • Roland Martin Takes Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to School on HBCU's
Roland Martin Takes Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to School on HBCU's

And if DeVos continues to tout HBCUs as proof that her plan for " school choice " is a good one , it's likely many HBCU leaders will stay suspicious. "We weren't born out of school choice ". It is, as the New York Times reported last week, a system that's been tried in many areas throughout the United States, which has routinely failed.

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  • Economy coming out of recession - Presidency
Economy coming out of recession - Presidency

Annualised growth was 2.4 per cent nationally, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. And with the return to growth, productivity improved: gross value added per capita rose 0.6% after a 0.7% fall in the September quarter. Household final consumption expenditure contributed 0.5 percentage points and public capital formation contributed 0...

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