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Trump vows ‘insurance for everybody’ in Obamacare replacement planjohnibNo automatic alt text available.Image may contain: 1 personImage may contain: 1 person, smiling, standing

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 13:40:30 +0000

By Robert Costa and Amy Goldstein The Washington Post President-elect Donald Trump said in a weekend interview that he is nearing completion of a plan to replace President Obama’s signature health-care law with the goal of “insurance for everybody,” while also vowing to force drug companies to negotiate directly with the government on prices in […](image)


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Germany hits out at Donald Trump after he labels Nato ‘obsolete’ and threatens car makers with 35pc tariffs — Trump not afraid to say the unspeakablejohnibImage may contain: 1 personImage may contain: 1 person, eyeglassesVladimir Putin's Russia immediately spoke out in support of Mr Trump’s latest remarks on NatoBMW has come under fire from Donald Trump

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 13:18:43 +0000

Donald Trump has described Nato as ‘obsolete’ CREDIT: REUTERS By Justin Huggler and Michael Wilkinson The Telegraph 16 JANUARY 2017 • 12:44PM The German government has said it is “concerned” after Donald Trump described Nato as “obsolete”.   It came as German car manufacturers also rounded on the President-elect warning that the US would be “shooting itself in […](image)


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Xi Jinping in Davos, Making the Most of a Waning ErajohnibChinese President Xi Jinping arrives at the presidential palace in Lima, Peru, in November.

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 12:45:13 +0000

China’s leader is an ardent nationalist in the role of flag-bearer for globalization Xi Jinping is set to be the first Chinese president to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland, in a bid to present China as a benevolent global power amid differences with the incoming Trump administration. Photo: Getty . By ANDREW […](image)


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Turkish Airlines jet crashes into a village in Kyrgyzstan killing 37 people… looters arrive to steal from wreckage — crashed in heavy fog due to ‘pilot error’, authorities claimjohnibA Turkish Airlines cargo plane has crashed into a village killing 37 people after 'missing the runway' at Kyrgyzstan's main international airportThe Boeing 747 crash-landed in heavy fog just outside Manas airport, south of the capital Bishkek and ploughed through 43 buildingsA desperate search operation was underway this morning as pictures emerged of rescuers carrying bodies from the crash siteWhen rescuers arrived, they found the nose of the giant cargo plane coming out of the side of a house in the villageThe cargo plane, which was attempting to make a refuelling stop on its way from Hong Kong to Istanbul, crash-landed in heavy fog just outside Manas airport, south of the Kyrgyzstan capital BishkekRescue workers have recovered the body of one pilot and 15 local people whose houses were in the Boeing 747 jet's crash area, the healthcare ministry saidPictures show a wheel from the giant aircraft after it crashed through houses killing  a number of villagers near Manas airportRescue workers wore gas masks as they picked through the wreckage in the aftermath of the crash this morningEmergency crews have started the gruesome task of sifting through the crumpled remains of the plane and the ruins of buildings the aircraft crushedBuildings were still on fire when rescuers reached the scene this morning. At least 37 people were killed in the disasterA firefighter searches through the mangled remains of the aircraft after it crashed down near the Manas airport runwayCarnage: Houses were reduced to piles of rubble when the plane crashed down and ploughed hundreds of yards through a villageRescuers are continuing the grim task of removing bodies from the scene of the devastating plane crash this morningDramatic video shows how buildings and plane wreckage were still on fire when rescuers descended on the scene after the crash this morningDramatic video shows how buildings and plane wreckage were still on fire when rescuers descended on the scene after the crash this morningRescuers are still searching the scene amid fears the death toll from the disaster could rise. Pictures shows how buildings and cars were destroyedUp to 43 homes were crushed by the jet as it ploughed along the ground for 'hundreds of yards', destroying houses and wiping out entire families sleeping insideOne nine year old boy had left early for school in a neighbouring village and ran back to his home to find his entire family killed, it has been reportedThe pilot was named as Ibrahim Gurcan Diranci (pictured)The second pilot in today's crash was named as Kazim Ondul (pictured)Eyewitnesses said smoke was still thick in the area this morning and small fires burned in different parts of the village, but emergency services had nearly extinguished themEyewitnesses said smoke was still thick in the area this morning and small fires burned in different parts of the village, but emergency services had nearly extinguished themAt least four pilots on the flight, which was travelling from Hong Kong to Istanbul via Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek, were among the dead, the emergency services ministry said, with one pilot's body yet to be found More than a thousand rescue workers were at the scene by late morning in the residential area where dozens of houses have been destroyedDistressing footage from the scene shows a grieving woman being comforted by others. There are reports entire families were killed in the disasterThe country's Manas airport has been closed and flights cancelled until evening at the earliest, airport authorities said.Officials initially identified the Boeing 747-400 as belonging to Turkish Airlines, but Turkish cargo operator ACT Airlines said the jet was theirsOver 40 firefighters and nine firefighting trucks are operating at the crash site. A government commission has been set up to examine the causes of the tragedyAround 43 houses were damaged by the crash, according to the emergency services ministry, but others put the number at 60Wreckage, including landing gear and wheels (pictured), was found over a one hectare crash site, according to officialsUp to a thousand rescue workers were called to the scene this morning while police reported that looters had tried to take advantage of the chaosKyrgyz Emergency Situations Minister Kubatbek Boronov told reporters that it was foggy at Manas when the plane came down but weather conditions were not criticalThe Turkish Boeing 747 crashed just outside the Manas airport, south of the capital Bishkek, killing people in the residential area adjacent to the airport as well as those on the planeSniffer dogs were called in as rescuers launched a desperate bid top find survivors after the plane crash this morningAftermath: A national day of mourning for the crash victims is to be announced by the Krygyzstan authorities, it has emergedThe plane left a trail of destruction after it tore through houses a few hundred yards from the airport where it was trying to landBishkek transport official Marat Amankulovso said the cargo jet was approaching the runway from the east when it crashedInvestigation: The plane's fuselage was believed to have touched a fence before it crashed down into the villageRescue teams are seen are seen at the crash site of a Turkish cargo jet near Kyrgyzstan's Manas airport outside BishkekDramatic pictures at the scene show the plan upside down after crashing through dozens of buildings in the villageImages from the scene showed the nose of the plane stuck inside a brick house and large fragments of debris scattered aroundPictures have emerged in local media purportedly showing the plane that crashed down in Kyrgyzstan this morning 

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 12:38:35 +0000

Scroll down for video  A Turkish Airlines cargo plane has crashed into a village killing 37 people after ‘missing the runway’ at Kyrgyzstan’s main international airport The cargo plane crashed into a residential area near Kyrgyzstan’s main international airport this morning It ploughed through more than 40 buildings, killing 17 people on board and at […](image)


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JPMorgan Upgrades Indonesia, Lifting Call That Riled Jakartajohnib

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 12:26:13 +0000

Bloomberg News By Chanyaporn Chanjaroen and Abhishek Vishnoi January 16, 2017, 2:53 AM EST January 16, 2017, 5:17 AM EST Bank’s analysts upgrade assessment of equities to “neutral” Indonesian government welcomes bank’s new rating on market Bank Indonesia Governor Agus Martowardojo Delivers Statement Following Rate Meeting Photographer: Dimas Ardian/Bloomberg JPMorgan Chase & Co. upgraded its assessment […](image)


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Cambodia cancels military exercise with USjohnib

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 12:16:59 +0000

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — Cambodia has informed the United States that it is canceling an annual joint military exercise this year, even though planning for the event had already begun. Defense Ministry spokesman Gen. Chhum Socheath said Monday the Angkor Sentinel exercise had to be postponed because Cambodian forces would be unable to fully […](image)


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Philippines’ Duterte threatens martial law — Encounters Angry Criticism — “He has fascist dreams.”johnibImage may contain: 2 people, textbody of a Filipino man, who was killed in a reported police illegal drugs raid, is carried awayImage may contain: textPhilippines Duterte drugsImage may contain: one or more people and outdoorImage may contain: one or more people and people sittingImage may contain: 1 person, eyeglasses and beardPresident Rodrigo Duterte's crusade against drug users and dealers is controversialWorkers burying cadavers in various stages of decomposition in a mass grave in Manila, after health officials recovered the cadavers from Henry's Funeral Home. Picture: AFP / Noel Celis.A worker arranging cadavers in various stages of decomposition at the morgue of Henry's Funeral Homes in Manila. Picture: AFP/ Noel Celis.Health officials closed Henry's Funeral Home after recovering at least 120 unclaimed and rotting cadavers in Manila. The city health department conducted a surprise raid after receiving complaints about a foul odour coming from the funeral parlour. Picture: AFP / Noel Celis.Workers carrying cadavers in various stages of decomposition at the morgue of Henry's Funeral Homes in Manila, October 2016. Picture: AFP / Noel Celis.

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 11:35:30 +0000

BBC News President Rodrigo Duterte, speaking to members of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce late Saturday, said he has sworn to protect the country against all threats, including drugs, which he said has affected about four million people. PPD/King Rodrigue Martial law could be imposed in the Philippines if the drugs problem worsens, President […](image)


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Beijing Creating Fear: China says Donald Trump’s Position on Taiwan is “Despicable” — State Media Says Trump is “Laughable” — Subjugation of Taipei, Tibet and Trump?johnibImage may contain: 1 person, suit and closeupImage may contain: 1 person, suitChinese media previously referred to Trump as a 'diplomatic rookie' in December of 2016 following his conversation with Taiwanese president Tsai-Ing wenChina's president Xi Jinping is currently in Switzerland, as his country's media suggests that Trump's position on Taiwan is 'despicable'China was already angered by Trump's December 2 phone call with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, the first time an American president or president-elect has publicly spoken to Taiwan's leader in nearly four decadesImage may contain: 1 personBeijing considers any reference to a separate Taiwanese head of state to be a grave insult - Trump has said he doesn't feel 'bound' to a 'one-China' policy Image may contain: 1 person, suit and closeupImage may contain: one or more people and people standingStacks of shipping containers at the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone at the Yangshan Deep Water Port in Shangha in November 2013. Photo: APChinese and US flags fly along Washington’s Pennsylvania Avenue, near the US Capitol, during then Chinese president Hu Jintao's state visit in January 2011. Photo: Reuters

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 10:48:28 +0000

     Reuters Chinese media has expressed their dismay at Trump’s Taiwan policy They suggest his position is ‘despicable’ and said he ‘speaks like a rookie’ Trump has previously said he doesn’t feel ‘confined to a one-China policy’ China was angered by Trump’s conversations with Taiwanese president   By Anna Hopkins For Dailymail.com and Associated […](image)


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Trump’s offer to Putin: an end to sanctions for nuclear arms cut – London Times — Trump Not Entirely Happy With CIA, Iran, Syria, NATO, U.S. Intelligence, Fake NewsjohnibU.S. President-elect Donald Trump speaks during a news conference in the lobby of Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., January 11, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 10:31:12 +0000

Reuters Mon Jan 16, 2017 | 5:09am EST U.S. President-elect Donald Trump speaks during a news conference in the lobby of Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., January 11, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson By Guy Faulconbridge and William James | LONDON U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will propose offering to end sanctions imposed on Russia […](image)


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