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Here’s why Donald Trump’s deportation plan could slice 2% off US GDP

Donald Trump has called for the deportation of anyone living in the United States illegally, arguing foreign workers hold down salaries and contribute to unemployment.

Republican presidential candidate Ohio Gov. John Kasich pauses as he speaks at The Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, Wednesday, May 4, 2016, in Columbus. Ohio. Kasich announced the end of his White House bid. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

John Kasich exits US presidential race; Donald Trump is Republican nominee

Despite his inability to win any contests beyond Ohio, Kasich held on to become the last candidate battling Trump — albeit for only a few hours.

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China stripped the US and rebuilt itself: Donald Trump

Donald Trump said US was on the backfoot in its dealings with China and promised that his people would negotiate better and benefit the US economy

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Greenpeace to publish leaked documents on US-EU trade deal

“These leaked documents confirm what we have been saying for a long time: TTIP would put corporations at the centre of policy-making, to the detriment of environment and public health”

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Working on ‘specific initiatives’ to de-escalate Syrian violence: US

Kerry had made clear the United States wanted Russia to apply pressure to the Assad government to get it to stop “indiscriminate aerial attacks” in Aleppo, a spokesperson said.

Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, April 12, 2016, before the Senate State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs subcommittee hearing on the causes and consequences of violent extremists, and the role of foreign assistance. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

US welcomes India’s interest in joining APEC, will hold talks soon

This follows the strong endorsement given to APEC membership by FM Jaitley earlier this month

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US challenged India, China and 11 others on navigation rights: Pentagon report

The freedom of navigation operations involve sending US Navy ships and military aircraft into areas where other countries have tried to limit access. The aim is to demonstrate that the international community does not accept such restrictions.

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US man pleads guilty in Islamic State case

The college student was accused of using a USD 2,700 school loan to try to join the Islamic State

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Friday night shootings in Georgia leave five dead

Georgia polices say a man suspected in two shootings that left five people dead has been found dead with what appears a self-inflicted gunshot wound

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Volkswagen to pay $1 bn to diesel owners, buy back some cars

The agreement is likely to be announced Thursday morning during a federal court hearing in San Francisco.

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Sikh-American teenager forced to remove turban at US airport, says he felt ‘utterly humiliated’

“Before I removed my turban, Agent Hernandez asked the dreaded asinine question, ‘Is there anything we need to be aware of before you remove your turban?'”

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US forces deliver aid to Japanese quake-hit areas, death toll touches 44

Food and water shortages are plaguing the recovery effort, even as the search for the missing goes on in the mountain town of Minamiaso.

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Japan struggles with earthquake relief work, US forces to help as death toll touches 42

Essentials like food, water and electricity have become inaccessible to victims of last week’s earthquake

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US urges Russia to rein in Syrian forces so that peace talks can proceed

US officials have complained that Russian jets are still flying in support of Syrian forces

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US Secretary of State John Kerry visits Hiroshima memorial 7 decades after atomic bomb

“This memorial compels us all to redouble our efforts to change the world, to find peace and build the future so yearned for by citizens everywhere,” Kerry said.