• US, Saudi Arabia ask Palestinians to talk to Israel
US, Saudi Arabia ask Palestinians to talk to Israel

However, increased tensions between Riyadh and Tehran has fueled speculation that shared interests may push Saudi Arabia and Israel to work together against what they regard as a common Iranian threat. "It is about time the Palestinians take the proposals and agree to come to the negotiations table or shut up and stop complaining ", he continued...

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  • 'Branding' by MP cops like knifing nation's heart: Rahul Gandhi
'Branding' by MP cops like knifing nation's heart: Rahul Gandhi

In the final push ahead of the May 12 Assembly Elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said there is a BJP storm in Karnataka . As many as 15 rallies are planned in the state and BJP targetted Congress and they aim to unseat Congress from power.

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  • The Central American Caravan Is Now Asking For Asylum In The US
The Central American Caravan Is Now Asking For Asylum In The US

While Mexico "has increased its capacity to process and screen potential asylum seekers, it still has a long way to go", she said . "I'm afraid they'll separate us", she said, motioning to her two children and grandchild. But he said the Mexican Government has yet to issue the visas. But migrants have been seen gathering on both sides of the b...

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  • Stop Trump! Build for mass walkouts and protests on 13 July!
Stop Trump! Build for mass walkouts and protests on 13 July!

Khan, meanwhile, has attacked Trump over the president's retweets of an anti-Muslim British hate group, Britain First, which also drew condemnation from Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May . It will therefore not include an official banquet at Buckingham Palace nor a carriage procession up the Mall, but it will include bilateral talks with Mrs ...

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  • Senate confirms Mike Pompeo as 70th secretary of state
Senate confirms Mike Pompeo as 70th secretary of state

President Donald Trump applauded the confirmation of his former Central Intelligence Agency director as secretary of state, calling him a "patriot". Furthermore, Sanders released the photographs of the meeting between then-CIA Director Mike Pompeo and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un which the White House press secretary wrote took place durin...

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  • Palestinian Child Dies From A Serious Injury Suffered Friday
Palestinian Child Dies From A Serious Injury Suffered Friday

US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, blamed the Islamic fundamentalist group Hamas for attacking Israel while using Palestinian people as human shields. Israeli media cited Palestinian media as reporting that four people were injured in strikes on a position belonging to Hamas at a port in Gaza City in the northern Strip.

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  • Government clarifies on Red Fort Mou with Dalmia
Government clarifies on Red Fort Mou with Dalmia

The government, however, insisted that it was not for profits. "The MoU clearly states that in case of any violation of the laid down tenets, the MoU will stand revoked and that the ASI can take relevant action against the concerned party", Verma said.

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  • Walmart on edge of United Kingdom market: Sainsbury and Asda in merger talks
Walmart on edge of United Kingdom market: Sainsbury and Asda in merger talks

Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable said: The grocery market - and the British shopper - already suffers from the mid-market being dominated by just a handful of big players. Asda and Sainsbury's have also faced a big challenge from the emergence of the German discounters Aldi and Lidl , ‎which have begun to build a big presence in the UK.

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  • Arrests after ten teenagers drown in flash flood
Arrests after ten teenagers drown in flash flood

The rescue operation includes three Yasur military helicopters, two Blackhawk helicopters, an Apache, and troops with the army's special Unit 669 rescue force. Heavy downpours can cause flash floods to roar down the riverbed. Israeli President Reuven Rivlin issued a statement about the flood on Twitter, saying, "Our thoughts and prayers go to our...

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  • Thousands protest after cartel linked to students' bodies dissolved in acid
Thousands protest after cartel linked to students' bodies dissolved in acid

Gutierrez confessed to state prosecutors that he got rid of the bodies after the three victims were kidnapped, tortured and murdered. Demonstrators poured onto the streets of Mexico Friday to protest the brutal slaying of three film students by gang members who mistook them for rivals.

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  • 5 hurt in explosion at Wisconsin refinery
5 hurt in explosion at Wisconsin refinery

The Duluth News Tribune reported at that time that the refinery, which is the only one in Wisconsin, had about 180 employees. The blast at the oil refinery happened at about 10 a.m. Residents needing accommodation, food or transportation, or help dealing with other issues or concerns can call Husky's Superior assistance line at 1-800-686-3192.

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  • OIL WARNING: Trump's decision on Iran nuclear deal could push up prices
OIL WARNING: Trump's decision on Iran nuclear deal could push up prices

The statistical arm of the US Energy Department, the Energy Information Administration, made this known on Wednesday, revealing that the crude oil exports rose by 582,000 barrels per day last week to an all-time record high of 2.331 million barrels per day.

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  • France's Macron vows Iran will 'never' possess nuclear weapons
France's Macron vows Iran will 'never' possess nuclear weapons

President Donald Trump to stick with the accord. Addressing the US Congress on Wednesday, Macron defended his offer of a new deal, arguing that though the JCPOA had inadequacies, it should not be abandoned without an alternative plan that addresses those shortcomings, as did his "comprehensive" new agreement.

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  • Trump again declines to describe mass killings of Armenians as genocide
Trump again declines to describe mass killings of Armenians as genocide

Armenia and the Armenian lobby claim that Turkey's predecessor, the Ottoman Empire, allegedly carried out "genocide" against the Armenians living in Anatolia in 1915. April 24 at the same time reminds us about our greatest losses and the fact how firm, unbending and vital we are. "We also want to remember all those who helped victims, all those w...

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  • Liberal Artists Are Turning on Kanye West - But It Doesn't Matter
Liberal Artists Are Turning on Kanye West - But It Doesn't Matter

Teigen joked about West's vocal support of the president when she referred to Happy Days star Scott Baio, who is also a Trump fan. Members of the Kardashian family have reportedly unfollowed Kanye West on Twitter. So now we can help but wonder: Is it only a matter of time before West goes on the campaign trail with Trump? "I tweeted...

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  • No Malaysian involved so far in Toronto's terror van incident
No Malaysian involved so far in Toronto's terror van incident

She started at the age of 12 as a ball girl, chasing the balls between points. The oldest was Betty Forsyth, a 94-year-old who loved the slots at Casino Rama and had left her seniors' home with her walker to stroll down Yonge St.as she always did to feed the birds and squirrels along the way.

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  • Storm Team 11 Forecast: Clouds tonight with more rain for Thursday
Storm Team 11 Forecast: Clouds tonight with more rain for Thursday

Widespread rain in the morning, then scattered showers in the afternoon. The end of the week looks dry and warmer with highs getting back into the 70s. Rain chances look better in the late evening through early overnight. Low pressure to our south is pushing rain into southern & central OH today .

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  • Senate Judiciary Committee votes to bar Trump from firing Mueller
Senate Judiciary Committee votes to bar Trump from firing Mueller

By a vote of 14-7, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved legislation to make it more hard for Donald Trump to fire the special counsel. The four Republicans who supported it were the committee's chairman Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Jeff Flake of Arizona, Lindsey Graham of SC and Thom Tillis of North Carolina.

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  • Armenia's parliament sets date for prime minister vote
Armenia's parliament sets date for prime minister vote

Armenia which will be loved by every Armenian, public official and ordinary citizen. And either I will be elected prime minister by will and with the support of the people, or no prime minister will be elected at all. Gagik Minasyan, an MP and a member of the RPA executive body, said that the party would convene a meeting "to discuss issues re...

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  • Experts say Trump's 'Fox & Friends' interview was ill-advised
Experts say Trump's 'Fox & Friends' interview was ill-advised

He's got a business. She also asked in an order that both prosecutors and lawyers for Cohen and Trump "be prepared" to weigh in on how a watchdog - "should one be appointed" - would review Cohen's files to prevent violation of attorney-client privilege for his clients.

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  • GOP keeps control of NY Senate despite Democrat victories
GOP keeps control of NY Senate despite Democrat victories

On a number of social policies, however, Felder is more aligned with Republicans than the Democratic conference. When asked Wednesday whether he still meant to do so, Felder replied: "I don't want to answer that question". Felder has long sided with Republicans and said Tuesday he would continue the alliance regardless of the election outcomes....

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  • Donors pledge $4.4b in Syria aid for 2018
Donors pledge $4.4b in Syria aid for 2018

He also said there had been no follow-up to an agreement at a large peace conference, hosted in the Black Sea resort of Sochi by Vladimir Putin, to set up a constitutional commission on the future of Syria. The geographical advances of the regime show just how much Assad has gained in the north, and that is changing the game. German Foreign Minis...

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  • Bob Dorough, 'Schoolhouse Rock!' Performer and Writer, Dies at 94
Bob Dorough, 'Schoolhouse Rock!' Performer and Writer, Dies at 94

Dorough, born in Arkansas and raised in Texas, took to music early, joining his high school's band and serving three years in a special services army band unit. Also Read: Watch " Schoolhouse Rock " TrumpCare Parody: "I'm Just a Bill". It featured reinterpretations of the now-famous tunes, including Dorough compositions " Conjunction Junction " (B...

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  • Australia: Admiral to Become US Ambassador to South Korea
Australia: Admiral to Become US Ambassador to South Korea

Why has the Trump administration decided that Harris, the outgoing commander of U.S. forces in the Pacific, is suddenly an indispensable presence on the Korean peninsula? Trump is expected to participate in a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sometime in May or June to discuss North Korea's nuclear ambitions.

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  • Verdict looms into macabre death of Swedish journalist
Verdict looms into macabre death of Swedish journalist

Her stays have been present in plastic baggage on the Baltic Sea mattress weeks later. Retslaegeradet, Denmark's leading medical authority, told the court that Mr Madsen "poses such a significant and immediate danger to other people's life, body, health or freedom that the use of custody may be required to prevent this danger".

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  • Israel denies killing Palestinian scientist in Malaysia
Israel denies killing Palestinian scientist in Malaysia

A forensic examination found that the victim died of multiple injuries to his head and body. "Egypt has its own sovereignty and with this, Insyallah (God willing), today or tomorrow we'll get the approval and the clearance to bring the body to Palestine", said Anwar following an interview with Bernama Radio's morning programme, Mentari Minda,...

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  • Trump's pick to run Veterans Affairs accused of inappropriate workplace behavior
Trump's pick to run Veterans Affairs accused of inappropriate workplace behavior

The president said he did not want to force someone "who's not a political person" through a tough confirmation process. "It's too ugly, and it's too disgusting". Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., said that while lawmakers want to be "deferential as much as we can" to the president's preferences for his Cabinet, "it would be nice to know some of the issue...

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  • Milind Soman, Ankita Konwar glow ahead of marriage ceremony
Milind Soman, Ankita Konwar glow ahead of marriage ceremony

Trolled several times for the age gap between them, nothing that the haters said made Milind and Ankita change their minds. The 78-year-old matriarch, who lives with the model-actor in his Dadar home, adores her daughter-in-law and after the wedding, has welcomed Ankita into the fold with open arms.

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  • Reasons why Venkaiah Naidu rejected impeachment notice against CJI by opposition
Reasons why Venkaiah Naidu rejected impeachment notice against CJI by opposition

The third ground on which he rejected the motion, was that the MPs had violated the Handbook for Members of Rajya Sabha . However, Justice Misra has not been booked or officially named in any of the police complaints related to the two cases.

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  • Iran Army Chief: 'Zionist Regime Will Be Annihilated' in 25 Years
Iran Army Chief: 'Zionist Regime Will Be Annihilated' in 25 Years

Do not think that the coming war would be like the July 2006 war... "When your civilians and military forces escape, you'll have no way but to the sea". On Friday, Netanyahu told a festive post-Independence Day cabinet meeting, "We hear the threats from Iran. We will fight those who try to harm us and would not be deterred by the price we are going...

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  • Bracing for Iranian Counterstrike, Israel Exposes Iran's Air Defenses in Syria
Bracing for Iranian Counterstrike, Israel Exposes Iran's Air Defenses in Syria

Hossein Salami said that Israel is living in the "mouth of the dragon" and Israelis would have nowhere to go "except the sea", in case a war erupted. "We say to the Israeli; we seriously know you". Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday accused Iran of sending combat drones to attack Israel after Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Java...

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  • US Treasury Secretary Blasts IMF Over Approach to Trade
US Treasury Secretary Blasts IMF Over Approach to Trade

At the same time, Hammond said using tariffs was the wrong way to settle trade disputes, and he was urging China to do more to open its markets to foreign competitors, particularly in services. U.S. President Donald Trump sparked burgeoning disagreement between the U.S. and China when he decided in late March to impose tariffs on China, possi...

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  • May faces parliamentary revolt over post-Brexit customs union membership
May faces parliamentary revolt over post-Brexit customs union membership

An amendment to a key piece of Brexit legislation, requiring ministers to explain the steps taken to negotiate Britain's continued participation in a customs union with Brussels, was passed in the unelected chamber. He said Switzerland - deemed a "third country" in the eyes of European Union authorities - has long since ironed out any technical...

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  • Russia, China to obstruct United States attempt to sabotage Iran nuclear deal
Russia, China to obstruct United States attempt to sabotage Iran nuclear deal

On April 14, the US, France and the United Kingdom carried out coordinated airstrikes against Syria in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons by government forces in the city of Douma in the suburban Damascus region of Eastern Ghouta on April 7.

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  • Photos Capture Special Moments From Barbara Bush's Funeral
Photos Capture Special Moments From Barbara Bush's Funeral

This Saturday, April 21, 2018, photo provided by the Office of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, shows Bush, front center, and past presidents and first ladies Laura Bush, from left, George W. Add "force Melania smile" to the list of things that he can do Obama, but not able to do trump. Probably the after that Donald trump has repeatedly...

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  • Afghan President Vows No Weakening Of Democratic Process After Deadly Blast
Afghan President Vows No Weakening Of Democratic Process After Deadly Blast

The ministry of public health reported that at least 57 people were dead and 119 wounded, but the total could still rise. It was the deadliest blast in the capital since about 100 people were killed in January by a bomb concealed in an ambulance and it came after repeated warnings militants could try to disrupt the election process.

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  • Throw out romaine lettuce, CDC advises as E. coli outbreak spreads
Throw out romaine lettuce, CDC advises as E. coli outbreak spreads

The CDC's expanded warning today did not go as far as Consumer Reports, a non-profit organization, did in recent days, urging people to avoid eating any form of romaine lettuce from any region because of the "potentially fatal consequences" until the government declares it "definitely safe".

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  • North Korea Suspends Nuclear Tests Indefinitely
North Korea Suspends Nuclear Tests Indefinitely

Inspired by San Diego poll results regarding North Korean relations, Rep. Susan Davis hosted a public panel discussion about negotiations and a possible meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un . But she added that "we have to keep the pressure up with the sanctions regime and everything else we are doing". No...

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  • Yashwant Sinha quits BJP; calls to save democracy
Yashwant Sinha quits BJP; calls to save democracy

Eighty-year-old Sinha, who had joined the BJP in the mid-90s, said "Aaj se mera BJP ke saath rishta samapt ho gaya". Yashwant Sinha added: "Democracy is under threat and I won't sit tight when there is a crisis". In an open letter addressed to BJP workers on 17 April published in The Indian Express , Sinha painted a grim picture of the country...

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  • German police defuse WW II bomb after evacuating central Berlin
German police defuse WW II bomb after evacuating central Berlin

Bomb disposal experts have defused a 500 kilogram World War II British bomb in the centre of Berlin , police have said. From 9am, all buildings within a 800m radius of a building site on Heidestrasse will be evacuated, including Berlin's central train station, the A&O Hostel on Lehrterstrasse, the Economy Ministry, the Bundeswehr hospital and pa...

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  • San Diego Leaders Poised to Fight California's Sanctuary Policies
San Diego Leaders Poised to Fight California's Sanctuary Policies

On Monday the small municipality Los Alamitos in Orange County ratified a decision exempting the city from laws protecting undocumented immigrants. The north park vote contributes to 10 the range of governmental entities that pitted contrary to their nation law that declared California, also from statute all police inside might perhaps not keep...

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  • Ocala school shooting: School resource officer praised for quick actions
Ocala school shooting: School resource officer praised for quick actions

As Forest High students were being bused to First Baptist Church of Ocala to be reunited with their parents, students at some 2,500 schools around the country were walking out of their classrooms as part of the National School Walkout against gun violence.

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  • Windrush scandal directly linked to Conservative immigration policy, says Sadiq Khan
Windrush scandal directly linked to Conservative immigration policy, says Sadiq Khan

There's still two days left. Rudd told May that her strategy was "informed by the review that you commissioned as home secretary ". I want to be absolutely clear that we have no intention of asking anyone to leave who has the right to remain here.

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  • Missouri's Beleaguered Governor Wants His Day in Court
Missouri's Beleaguered Governor Wants His Day in Court

Greitens has faced increasing pressure to resign . The committee released a report last week that included allegations of sexual coercion, physical violence and blackmail by the woman with whom Greitens had the affair. Louis Friday. "One way or another, Eric Greitens' short tenure as Missouri governor is about to end. The only person who doesn'...

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  • Israeli military official confirms airstrikes over Syria
Israeli military official confirms airstrikes over Syria

The Israeli-Russian relationship is becoming increasingly tense. Russia, Iran and Syria were quick to accuse Israel of the attack as well. The installations could constitute potential targets for an Israeli response should Iran attack Israel.

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  • BJP releases 82 more names for Karnataka Assembly polls
BJP releases 82 more names for Karnataka Assembly polls

They burned tyres and shouted slogans against party President Rahul Gandhi on a highway near Nelamangala. In turn, many influential Lingayat mathas (monasteries) have promised to back Siddaramaiah and the Congress. The Congress has fielded Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's son Yathindra from Varuna constituency, now held by the chief minister who h...

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  • Commodities volatile on $100-oil talk, Wall Street falls
Commodities volatile on $100-oil talk, Wall Street falls

James Williams, energy economist at WTRG Economics, attributed the late-session turn lower in US benchmark crude prices to "profit taking" following Wednesday rise, amid uncertainty about the outcome of the joint ministerial meeting scheduled for Friday.

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  • Queen Elizabeth II wants son Charles to lead Commonwealth
Queen Elizabeth II wants son Charles to lead Commonwealth

Some consider that this will be the last Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting the Queen , who turns 92 on Saturday, will attend. But the ceremonial role is not hereditary and it's up to Commonwealth leaders to decide who will replace her.

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  • Southwest emergency landing puts focus on engine safety
Southwest emergency landing puts focus on engine safety

The Federal Aviation Administration has not yet required airlines to conduct the inspections but said late Wednesday that it would do so in the next two weeks. Engine manufacturer CFM International, a joint venture between General Electric Co. Over the next six months, the FAA's testing will require ultrasonic inspections of fan blades on all...

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  • No need for a probe into judge Loya death: SC
No need for a probe into judge Loya death: SC

A three-judge bench comprising of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, and Justices A.M. Khanwilkar and D.Y. Chandrachud said there is no merit in the petitions while expressing their anguish at the conduct of the counsel for the petitioners. In a scathing verdict, bench headed by CJI raps petitioners and lawyers for attempting to "scandalise" the judici...

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