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Ordinarily, the Amazon Echo is priced at $149, the Echo Dot at $79 and the Echo Plus at $229, however, Amazon is offering special limited-time pricing right now at $119, $49 and $199 respectively. New subscribers to Amazon Unlimited will get a free 90-day trial. Back at CES in 2017, Amazon was declared as the victor of the show by commentators - despite the Seattle firm not being officially present at the event - because of the amount of speakers and other devices on display ...
  • Rahul promises food park in Amethi

    Rahul promises food park in Amethi

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    Earlier during the day, a poster portraying Rahul Gandhi as Lord Ram and Prime Minister Narendra Modi as ten-headed "demon" king Ravana created chaos in Amethi . Shukla told reporters: "Prime Minister Modi promised us to bring back black money stashed overseas, but nothing happened". The district Congress in Amethi has strongly denied having anything to do with the controversial posters.
  • Netanyahu to Macron: Heed Trump's Advice and Fix Iran Deal

    Netanyahu to Macron: Heed Trump's Advice and Fix Iran Deal

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    Britain, France, Germany and the European Union all helped negotiate the deal, and the agreement is as much with them as it is with the United States and Iran. They are concerned about Iran's nuclear programme but also its aggressive expansionism in the region and agree that Trump is now doing, what they have been doing to years: tying Iran's Iran's ballistic missile programme, support for terrorism and nuclear programme together.
  • Flash Freeze Today And Icy Roads

    Flash Freeze Today And Icy Roads

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    Further downstream, the GRCA said the Grand River would likely peak early Saturday morning in Brantford and later in the morning in Six Nations. "If that happens the water levels behind that dam of ice could rise very quickly". There may also be a brief period of freezing rain during the changeover from rain to snow. Be prepared for pooling water, slush and freezing rain as temperatures are expected to drop fast throughout Saturday, Environment Canada says.
  • Republican Senators: Maybe Trump Didn't Say 'Sh*thole' After All

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    Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.), issued a statement that did not specifically confirm the words used but backed up Durbin's account. Given Trump's record with the truth, we find Durbin more believable in this case. If Congress doesn't reach agreement on crucial immigration issues and pass a spending bill, the costly effect would be a government shutdown. Top Democrats expressed outrage over Republicans' characterization of Durbin.
  • False alert of ballistic missile threat to Hawaii sent by human error

    False alert of ballistic missile threat to Hawaii sent by human error

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    Still in her pajamas at her condo with her husband the Port St. Lucie resident said she only saw a message telling her a missile threat was heading her way and to seek shelter. A southern IL native found himself caught in chaos on Saturday morning, after a missile alert, which turned out to be false, was sent out across Hawaii.
  • White House, WSJ go to the tape over 'fake news' feud

    White House, WSJ go to the tape over 'fake news' feud

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    The story comes just a day after he allegedly used the term "shithole" to describe Haiti, El Salvador and several countries in Africa during an immigration meeting with lawmakers on Thursday. The White House accused the Wall Street Journal of misquoting President Donald Trump . A White House official said the delay in publicly disputing the Journal's account was the result of a failed attempt to get the paper to correct the record.
  • Palestinian fisherman dies of wounds in Gaza

    Palestinian fisherman dies of wounds in Gaza

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    The Israeli military has invested heavily into developing new technologies and intelligence-gathering capabilities to uncover and neutralize tunnels from Gaza and is in the process of building an underground barrier spanning the entire border with the Hamas-run enclave.
  • Swatting suspect makes first court appearance

    Swatting suspect makes first court appearance

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    The woman told police she believed she was the victim of a swatting call - when someone makes a phoney emergency call aimed at sending tactical officers to a certain location. "I'll continue to analyze this case", he said. Several players later took to Twitter claiming that one gamer had made the call, but rather than giving his own address, he gave what he thought was the address of the other player with whom he had been arguing.
  • Donald Trump Cancels UK State Visit

    Donald Trump Cancels UK State Visit

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    However, plans for the move and the updates £750m ($1bn) home at Nine Elms site, near Battersea were in fact initiated by the George W Bush administration . The building was sold in 2009 to a Qatari government investment fund, which plans to turn it into a hotel. Trump had been set to cut the ribbon on the new £750m United States embassy in the capital in his first visit to Britain since being elected a year ago.
  • Syrian State Media: Turkey Helped Rebel Counterattack in Idlib

    Syrian State Media: Turkey Helped Rebel Counterattack in Idlib

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    The recent military escalation in western Syria has included an unprecedented attack by a squadron of drones on Russian military bases and has cast a shadow over Moscow's efforts to convene a Syria peace congress later this month. Idlib's few rebel groups and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham have set aside their differences to fight President Bashar al-Assad's forces. In their counter-offensive Thursday, the rebels captured the towns of Khwein, Atshan Abu Omar, and Um Khalakhel from the Syrian army.
  • Indo-Israel Spike deal alive?

    Indo-Israel Spike deal alive?

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    Last month, India raised many eyebrows at home when it voted for an Arab resolution criticising Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Again in 1971, Israel helped India during the India-Pakistan war. Mr Netanyahu's trip, which marks 25 years of full diplomatic relations between India and Israel, is only the second by an Israeli prime minister to India, following Ariel Sharon's visit in 2003.
  • Trump lawyer paid porn star $130000 to keep quiet

    Trump lawyer paid porn star $130000 to keep quiet

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    Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen , strongly rebuked the allegations and said in a statement: "The President once again vehemently denies any such occurrence as has Ms Daniels". According to Evans, who was also in Stateline, Nevada while Trump and Daniels were there for the 2006 American Century Celebrity Golf Championship , her colleague told her all about meeting the star of The Apprentice .
  • Man attacks Canadian schoolgirl with scissors to cut off her hijab

    Man attacks Canadian schoolgirl with scissors to cut off her hijab

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    But shortly after the first assault, the same man returned and "continued cutting" Noman's headscarf while grinning, before running away. "I don't know why he did that, it's just not Canada". "We must stand firm in our support of this young girl who was assaulted simply for wearing a hijab". Khawlah - who appeared alongside her mother and her brother - said she is now afraid to walk to school, but was comforted by the support of her school and family.
  • Saudi women score right to watch football in stadiums

    Saudi women score right to watch football in stadiums

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    Saleh al-Ziadi brought his three daughters to the game. "Some thought it wouldn't be very safe or organised", said Ms Swick, who attended the game with her Saudi husband and son, and her American mother. A decades long ban on cinemas was lifted in December as part of the crown prince's vision to boost the country's entertainment industry. Noura Bakharji, another Jeddah resident, said she always felt bitter when her brothers came back from stadiums to tell her about the excitement of ...
  • States can require Medicaid recipients to work, Trump administration says

    States can require Medicaid recipients to work, Trump administration says

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    But if states want to do this, there is no reason the federal government should tell them they can't. "Medicaid needs to be more flexible so that states can best address the needs of this population. Some 60% of non-disabled, working-age adults have jobs, while almost 80% live in families with at least one member in the labor force, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis.