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'March for Life' draws thousands from NJ

They want to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that made abortion legal in the USA, and their preference is for Pryor, who is widely regarded to be strong opponent of abortion . Obama was a supporter of abortion rights and threatened to veto any legislation that would curb them. They also hope to ban most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.

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Two Iraqis fightback after Donald Trump issues temporary immigration ban

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker arrived at the airport shortly after midnight Sunday to show his support for the protesters. Two lawsuits seeking emergency stays were also filed in Los Angeles. Farhan Sulub said immigration authorities told him she was not allowed us entry because of her nationality, but that his children traveling with her could stay.

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg protests Donald Trump's immigration crackdown

On Friday, Trump signed a second executive order that went into immediate affect, banning Syrian refugees from entering the country. "We should also keep our doors open to refugees and those who need help", he wrote . "President Trump's war on equality is already taking a bad human toll", Omar Jadwat, director of the ACLU's Immigrants' Rights Project, said in a statement .

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Allow refugees entry into the US, UN agencies tell Trump

He claimed his administration needed time to develop more stringent screening processes for refugees, immigrants and visitors. The UNHCR and IOM urged the new administration to continue its work with the UN and other agencies to ensure "vital" resettlement programmes for people fleeing conflict and persecution, whatever their background.

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US Tech Companies Criticize Trump

Never mind whether they qualify for these or not, with the stroke of the executive wand, a lot of global talent will no longer be able to work in the USA for a lot of U.S. "My great grandparents came from Germany, Austria and Poland", Facebook's Zuckerberg said in a blog post on Friday, adding that his wife, Priscilla, was born to refugees from China and Vietnam.

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York on Lynch hire: Confident in something different

The 49ers hope the hiring of Hall of Fame candidate John Lynch will bring similar returns to what the Broncos got from John Elway when he was put in charge of the football operation in 2011. The announcement of Lynch's hire, which occurred during Pro Bowl festivities, sent shockwaves - good and bad - across the National Football League world.

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Arvind Kejriwal appeals to people to vote for AAP to save Punjab

Amarinder Singh says, he enjoys social media and love to argue if someone says something incorrect. Similarly he as the chief minister also introduced contract systems in jobs and put a stop to the regular recruitment of youth in the government, he added.

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Officials say Trump, Putin avoided topic of sanctions

Statements from the White House and the Kremlin described the conversation Saturday in positive terms, the same tone used in White House accounts of other calls Trump made to world leaders. Both have spoken about ending the enmity that has dragged US-Russia relations to their lowest ebb since the Cold War. "Let's be patient", Peskov said.

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Pokemon Go racks up 7M users during its first week in Korea

There was also a fix for the Android connectivity problems that were impacting people who had the Pokemon GO Plus accessory. Reduced the starting load time on Android devices. Pokemon Company president Tsunekazu Ishihara has teased about the next Pokemon Plus device despite the device being in short supply. Players of Pokemon Go will usually walk to real-life locations that have been marked on a map on their phones.

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Trump's immigration policy to affect Nigerians

Put another way, Rex Tillerson, America's incoming secretary of State under the Trump administration will be tasked with ensuring countries get the same treatment, or "deal" as Trump would might say, meted out to Americans seeking visas. However, Nigeria charges higher fee compared to charges by the American government despite shorter visa validity. Another section of Trump's executive order could also make travel to America more hard for Africans.

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Asus ZenFone 3S Max Comparison

The phone's highlight is the 5000 mAh battery, although Asus has not yet confirmed a price for this smartphone. The 175-gram, 8.85mm thick device is equipped with Octa-core 64-bit processor, paired with Mali T860 graphics processing unit for lag-free gaming, surfing and content consumption.

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'Couple dozen' people still detained under Trump immigrant ban

In response to a question during his interview to CBS News , White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said: "You can point to other countries that have similar problems like Pakistan and others - perhaps we need to take it further". Spontaneous protests erupted at a number of airports around the nation, and world leaders including London's mayor and Canada's prime minister joined U.S.

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Furor Over Trump's Immigration Ban On The Rise

A temporary halt on parts of President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries has been issued by judges in New York , Virginia, Washington, and Boston. "It is not possible for Iraq to fight (IS) today on behalf of all countries of the world (and) be dealt with like other countries", the lawmaker said.

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Kremlin confirms Putin and Trump may speak over phone for first time

According to a Kremlin readout of the phone call, Trump and Putin discussed mutual business ties between the two nations. White House aide Kellyanne Conway said during a television appearance that lifting US sanctions on Russian Federation would be "under consideration" during the phone call between the two leaders.

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European Union impasse on sharing burden of migrants weighs on Merkel

A joint statement from Germany's new Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sigmar Gabriel , and his Dutch colleague, Bert Koenders, reiterated the condemnation. "The chancellor regrets the USA government's entry ban against refugees and the citizens of certain countries". The foreign ministers of Sweden, Denmark and Finland likewise condemned Trump's blanket ban.

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Apple allegedly removes Iranian apps from its store

Whether the action by President Trump has anything to do with the news is not known right now, but it is odd timing that Iranian apps are now being pulled from the Apple App Store. Most people are under the age of 30 in Iran, which is pretty awesome considering that there are over 82 million people in the country. While the reasons for the takedown remain unclear, TechRasa speculates the move has to do with certain restrictions in worldwide trade laws - though the details seem to suggest ...

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'Pac Man' Pioneer Masaya Nakamura, Founder of Namco, Dead at 91

Nakamura, who died on January 22, founded Namco in 1955, which started out as just two mechanical horse rides on a department store rooftop but went on to pioneer game arcades and amusement parks. However, it was 1980's Pac-Man which really put Namco on the map, and earned Nakamura the nickname of "the father of Pac-Man". It would continue this stride into the 90's with entries in the home market, including ports of popular arcade games like Time Crisis and Ridge Racer , along with various ...

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'Raees' Box Office collection, Day 5

The movie is strongly making its way towards the coveted 100-crore club. With no Hindi film scheduled for release over the 4-5 February weekend, both Raees and Kaabil have an opportunity to further cement their earnings. What are your views on Kaabil first weekend Box Office collections? " Raees " has earned Rs.100 crore in just 5 days. On Friday, it minted 9.77 crores, bringing the total to 38.87 crores.

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Green card holders will be exempted from Donald Trump's immigration ban

Lawyers worked overnight to help confused worldwide travellers, and activists and lawyers tracking the arrivals said some Border Patrol agents appeared to be disregarding the various court orders . Founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg.David Ramos/Getty Images " When two-thirds or three-quarters of the CEOs in Silicon Valley are from South Asia or from Asia, I think." he said.

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Toyota Loses Global-Sales Title to Volkswagen

Volkswagen produced a certain set of vehicles that passed the emissions tests with the help of a "cheat" device that produced the acceptable level of NOX emissions while idling (or being tested in a lab) to meet the United States of America emission standards.

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University urges students targeted by Trump's immigration ban to avoid travel

About two thirds of the 17,000 students coming from the seven-named countries are from Iran, according to the latest "Open Doors" report on the numbers of foreign students enrolled at USA colleges and universities in the 2015-2016 academic year.

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WWE Royal Rumble 2017: Randy Orton stands tall, headed to Wrestlemania 33

Mojo Rawley was officially added to the Royal Rumble match after winning the ten man battle royal. In another back-and-forth classic between the two, Cena finished the match off with his signature AA and finallly getting the better of Styles in one-on-one competition.

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Canada PM tweets welcome to refugees as Trump puts hold on arrivals

Trump's order, titled "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States ", suspends the USA intake of refugees from Syria indefinitely and refugees from everywhere else for 120 days. "Diversity is our strength", he wrote, following up by posting photo of himself greeting a young Syrian refugee. But hearing about migrants, refuges and people with valid visas and green cards detained at airports or denied entry to the US has left Khatib anxious about making any more ...

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Unofficial Galaxy S8 Render Features 'Bixby' Hardware Button

Blass said that the two Galaxy S8 models will each cost €100 more compared from the 2016 models. VentureBeat notes that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Edge handsets at a New York Unpacked event and not MWC 2017 so that it has some extra time to test the smartphones.

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Order affects 'minor portion' of worldwide travelers, officials say

It was decided by the Department of Homeland Security they could fly to the U.S. and would be considered on a case-by-case basis after passing a secondary screening. In addition to the people who arrived in the US and were detained, as of 3 p.m. on Saturday, an additional 173 travelers from the listed countries had been stopped from boarding flights to the USA, a Homeland Security official said in a statement.

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Trump Signs Action That Halts Refugees, Institutes 'Extreme Vetting' of Immigrants

The decree means no visas will be issued for 90 days to migrants or visitors from Iran , Iraq, Libya , Somalia , Sudan , Syria and Yemen . Speaking to Radio Sputnik in early January, American peace activist Dr. Abushamma, who holds a work visa, told cleveland.com that she had arrived in NY on Saturday and was held in a room for 10 hours before being forced to board a plane and return to Saudi Arabia.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 To Launch On March 29

In the run-up to the Galaxy S8 launch, a number of renders and images of the upcoming device have surfaced. The energy efficiency will come in handy because, unfortunately, the battery size is a bit lacking with a 3000mAH battery for the 5.2-inch version and a 3500mAH battery for the 6.2 version.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Robs LG G6 In Broad Daylight

The renders also showcase the Galaxy S8 with a no-bezel "infinity" screen, based on long standing rumors. "... presumably in a nod to luxury swimming pool and bath designs where the water flows over the edge, although this could easily be a codename used in manufacturing that will be changed by the marketing department", the report said .

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Google to Launch Cheaper Pixel Phones for Different Markets

Some of the prototypes are running on the Snapdragon 83x chipset from Qualcomm , while others are running on an Intel SoC. Google is said to be developing a custom chipset as well, although the source of the leak did say that they weren't sure if the Pixel 2 will actually be powered by a custom chipset.

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NBC Invites Former Mexican President to Trash Trump

His comments came in response to Trump's statement that the construction of the much-debated border wall will begin in months. The White House did not provide specific details on the documents Trump signed. The war of words between the pair saw Mr Peña Nieto saying he would scrap the meeting after Mr Trump himself earlier threatened to cancel the talks.

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Google tells staffers to return to USA amid immigration ban

Refugee admission has been suspended for at least 120 days. Google slammed the executive order , saying it not only creates undo stress for its current employees and their families, but that it could also make it harder to recruit top talent in the future.

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How is the Lunar New Year celebrated? Since it's based on lunar calendar, the dates change every year and this time the Chinese New Year Eve will be celebrated on January 27 and the festivities will conclude on February 2. Hang a red lantern at the door to drive away bad luck, and put living plants such as peach or plum blossoms, orchids and peonies around the house to symbolise growth and rebirth.

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Leaked image shows Android Wear 2.0 variant in two colours

Reports have claimed that LG is gearing up to launch two smartwatches, LG Watch Style and LG Watch Sport. With so many leaks about the devices, and now these pictures from such a reputable source, it's a safe bet that we know what's on the way even before LG announces anything.

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Second protest against Trump executive order planned at PDX

Several global travelers have been detained, and customs officials are saying those people are not allowed to enter the United States. More than 120 people clutching signs denouncing the Trump immigration orders gathered at Newark Liberty International Airport.

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Area Universities Warn Some Staff and Students Against Travel Outside US

Washington-area universities are responding to President Trump's executive order banning travel into the United States from citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries, with some even explicitly warning students and staff from those nations against traveling overseas.


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