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Melissa McCarthy makes triumphant SNL return as 'the new' Sean Spicer

McCarthy opened the night's briefing by assuring the press corps that it needn't worry: This was going to be the " New Spicy ". After the New York Times journalist questioned what the president would do now the Court of Appeal had stopped the immigration ban, Spicer indicated that Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump would take it to TV courtroom series The People's Court .

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EU's Juncker doubts bloc will remain united as negotiates Brexit

You have to create a fundamental consensus again. Mr Juncker will host US Vice President Mike Pence in Brussels next weekend, and said that a protectionist trade policy by the US would be an opportunity for the European Union to forge new trade alliances.

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New milestone for India's Ballistic Missile Defence system: Interceptor missile successfully test-fired

The entire operation without human involvement was executed with perfection, a press release from the Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) said. More than a dozen industries are involved in fabricating the hardware components. "During the test, the missile intercepted and engaged its target successfully".

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'World's heaviest woman' at 78st to have life-saving weight loss surgery

Eman's medical visa to travel to Mumbai was initially denied, so her family contacted Dr. Lakdawala in October previous year to help them and take the case. Doctors flew to Egypt 10 days before Ahmed's flight to prepare. She is at a high-risk for a pulmonary embolism, a condition in which the arteries of the lungs become blocked due to a blood clot.

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Russia-China Trade Turnover Up 34% in January 2017

In US dollar terms, exports rose 7.9 percent, higher than market expectations of 3.3 percent, according to a Reuters poll. China's import from Russian Federation surged 39.3% to $3.1 bln. Overall, with the value of exports outpacing imports, the trade surplus expanded by 25 per cent to $US51.4 billion, a handy infusion of cash given ongoing concerns about falling foreign exchange reserves.

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Sears' losses are piling up but the stock is exploding higher

Lampert, 54, also plans to slash debt and pension obligations by $1.5 billion. In a bid to survive, Sears is taking a sledgehammer to its costs. Ever-optimistic investors plowed into shares of Sears Holdings on Friday, pushing the shares up 28 percent in early afternoon trading, to $711.