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Mahathir Vows to Fight 30-Day Party Ban Ahead of Malaysia Vote

Mahathir Vows to Fight 30-Day Party Ban Ahead of Malaysia Vote

She did not specify what information the registry was seeking. "If the home minister refuses (to assist), we will appeal in a court of law". "How can we submit minutes of the meeting of bodies which are not there?" he said. Mahathir, who was prime minister for 22 years, has mended ties with jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim in a bid to form a cohesive opposition coalition to oust Najib. Consulte Mais Informação

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PAX East 2018: Heroes of the Storm Tells Tales with Deckard Cain

PAX East 2018: Heroes of the Storm Tells Tales with Deckard Cain

Deckard Cain, The Last Horadrim, will be coming soon to PTR in Heroes of the Storm . Rather than a courageous warrior, Deckard Cain is a weak old man, one more likely to concern himself with tomes and lore than with weaponry and warfare. As is often the case, it's the Heroic abilities that are best. Stay Awhile and Listen - One of Deckard's Heroic abilities , this attack puts all enemies in front of Deckard to sleep for up to five seconds. Consulte Mais Informação

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LawBreakers development suspended as Boss Key moves on

LawBreakers development suspended as Boss Key moves on

After months of languishing, Boss Key Productions has acknowledged in a new statement that the game is not sustainable in its current state. So here is the very real truth, which may not come as a surprise. "B$3 etween now and then, we can not sit idle", the message said. That December update mentioned "internal adjustments" at the studio meant to "unlock new possibilities" in 2018, and Thursday's update seems to clarify the vague hint: "We also need to focus on other projects with fresh ... Consulte Mais Informação

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India deny doping at Commonwealth Games after needle find

India deny doping at Commonwealth Games after needle find

The initial reaction from the Indian camp was one of outright denial, even going as far as suggesting that it was actually a member of the country's contingent who discovered the needles and handed them over to the authorities. "I'm confident that our boxers haven't taken anything", Mr Nieva told Australia's 7 News. Asked if the boxer was given a performance-enhancing drug, Mr Nieva said: "No, that was a vitamin substance". Consulte Mais Informação

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Collapsing construction crane narrowly misses workers running for their lives

Collapsing construction crane narrowly misses workers running for their lives

There were no injuries as the huge crane fell, although some workers had to scramble to get out of the way as it fell to the ground. "It was a very unfortunate accident", mayoral spokesman Ben Kirby said . Both the Occupational Safety and Health Administration as well as the builder's safety officer are investigating the incident. But authorities could not confirm that. Consulte Mais Informação

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Carlyle agrees to buy Australia's Accolade wines for $770 million

Carlyle agrees to buy Australia's Accolade wines for $770 million

China now accounts for 33% of Australia's total exports in value terms. This suggests that Constellation Brands has pulled out of the Australian wine industry as its website now has no wines listed in the "Australia" section . Australian wine exports to China, which is its biggest market, rose by 63% in 2017 to A$848 million, putting Australia behind only France, according to official figures. Consulte Mais Informação

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Virginia cyclist fired for giving the bird to Trump sues former employer

Her attorney, Maria Simon, explains in a statement, "Juli's expression of disapproval of the President is fundamental political speech protected by both the United States Constitution and Virginia state law". The suit alleges when Akima forced her to resign, it violated Virginia employment law. Briskman claims that she was sacked because Akima was afraid of "upsetting the federal government, not the supposed obscenity of the middle finger". Consulte Mais Informação

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Expelled US diplomats leave Russian Federation

Expelled US diplomats leave Russian Federation

A State Department spokesperson said that the diplomats left the country "in compliance with the Russian government's unwarranted decision to declare them persona non grata". Russian Federation was also ordered to close its consulate in Seattle. Washington alleged that the Russians - 48 attached to the Russian embassy and 12 to Moscow's United Nations mission - were intelligence agents working under diplomatic cover. Consulte Mais Informação

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