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World - Top Asian News 3:15 a.m. GMT


PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) Its capital has been duly spruced up, the masses prepped for their rallies and leader Kim Jong Un appears to be set to take center stage Friday when North Korea pulls back the curtain on what promises to be the country`s biggest political show in years, if not decades: the first full congress of its ruling party since 1980. What exactly is in store is anyone`s guess. North Korea has announced little more than the start date. But one thing is for sure: the congress is shaping up to be a major opportunity for North Korea`s young and still largely enigmatic leader to step out of the shadows of his father and grandfather and move more toward setting his own personal tone of leadership.


Friday, May 06, 2016  04:33

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World - Top Asian News 12:24 a.m. GMT


PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) Its capital has been duly spruced up, the masses prepped for their rallies and leader Kim Jong Un appears to be set to take center stage Friday when North Korea pulls back the curtain on what promises to be the country`s biggest political show in years, if not decades: the first full congress of its ruling party since 1980. What exactly is in store is anyone`s guess. North Korea has announced little more than the start date. But one thing is for sure: the congress is shaping up to be a major opportunity for North Korea`s young and still largely enigmatic leader to step out of the shadows of his father and grandfather and move more toward setting his own personal tone of leadership.


Friday, May 06, 2016  01:47

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World - Australia to compensate charity wrongly accused over refugees` self-harm protests


By Colin Packham SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia said on Friday it had agreed to compensate a charity financially for wrongly accusing it of inciting refugees to self-harm in protest at conditions at a detention center on the Pacific Island of Nauru in 2014. The government`s admission and settlement with Save the Children Australia comes just days after Immigration Minister Peter Dutton blamed unnamed organizations for two people setting themselves on fire on Nauru during the past two weeks. The historical case involving Save the Children Australia goes back to October 2014, when the immigration department ordered the removal of 10 of the charity`s employees from the camp after several refugees sewed their mouths shut, and others made themselves sick by drinking washing powder.


Friday, May 06, 2016  06:04

USATODAY

Top Stories - Police supervisor put on leave after arrests at school


A police commander was placed on administrative leave in connection with the events that led to the arrests of 10 elementary school children...


Friday, May 06, 2016  02:59

CNN

Top Stories - `Grim Sleeper` guilty of 10 murders


Lonnie David Franklin, Jr., a one-time garbage truck driver and LAPD garage attendant, was found guilty Thursday of murdering nine women and one girl over a span of three decades, making him one the most prolific serial killers in California history.


Friday, May 06, 2016  02:41

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World - Philippine fishermen favor strong president to end China`s blockade


By Roli Ng and Manuel Mogato MASINLOC/MANILA, Philippines (Reuters) - A 30-foot trawler named `Marvin` lies beached on a grass bank overlooking the South China Sea, idle since China`s coastguard began driving away Philippine fishermen after a fierce standoff four years ago. Its 10-man crew once made their living off the abundant fish stocks of the disputed Scarborough Shoal some 124 nautical miles away. The crews yearn to get back into their boats and hope that the Philippine election on May 9 will bring a new president bold enough to stand up to China`s assertiveness in the disputed waters of the South China Sea.


Friday, May 06, 2016  01:11

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Business - How Waking Up Earlier Can Change Your Life (And How to Start)


As I`m writing this article, it is 5:54am. I`m trying to tell myself that `I`m not a morning person` -- but this simply isn`t the case anymore. If you are anything like me (or how I used to be), pressing the snooze button every morning was a ritual. `10 more minutes... 5 more minutes` -- these phrases were far too common for me every morning....


Friday, May 06, 2016  00:35

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World - Britain`s BT Group to invest £6.0 bn to extend superfast Internet


Telecoms and television broadcasting firm BT Group on Thursday said it planned to invest £6.0 billion ($8.7 billion, 7.6 billion euros) over three years to extend superfast Internet connections across Britain. The announcement comes as the British group, which goes head-to-head with Sky for live TV coverage of English Premier League football, announced a 15-percent hike in annual pre-tax profits to more than £3.0 billion. During its 2015-16 financial year ending in March, BT completed its £12.5-billion takeover of mobile phone operator EE, previously owned by French group Orange and Deutsche Telekom.


Thursday, May 05, 2016  10:20

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World - British ex-MEP jailed over expenses fraud


A former member of the European Parliament (MEP) was on Friday jailed for four years in Britain for falsely claiming more than £100,000 ($146,000, 128,000 euros) in expenses. Peter Skinner, a British MEP for the Labour party between 1994 and 2014, was convicted of fraud, false accounting and making a false instrument. Prosecutor Jonathan Davies said the total lost to the European Parliament was £132,434.02, and the judge agreed that it was `in excess of £100,000`.


Friday, April 29, 2016  22:00

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World - Royal Bank of Scotland says doubles quarterly net loss


Britain`s state-rescued Royal Bank of Scotland on Friday said net losses more than doubled in the first quarter owing to an exceptional payment back to the government. Losses after tax in the first three months of the year stood at £968 million ($1.4 billion, 1.2 billion euros), which compared with a net loss of £459 million in the first quarter of 2015, RBS said in an earnings statement. `An attributable loss of £968 million included payment of the final Dividend Access Share (DAS) dividend of £1,193 million to the UK government,` RBS said.


Friday, April 29, 2016  08:57

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