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US seeks Beijing's support for tougher sanctions against Kim

The United States and China are working "closely" together over North Korea, US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said on Tuesday, two days after a new missile test by Pyongyang. "At the same time dialog...

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Venezuela opposition vows fresh protests despite deaths

Venezuela opposition vows fresh protests despite deaths

There aren't many reasons to sing and dance in Venezuela today. Supporter of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro also took part in a large counter rally in the city. The two people killed appa...

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Trump administration to launch review on lifting of Iran sanctions

He said in January of 2016 after the deal was implemented that "Iran will not get its hands on a nuclear bomb". But he declined to say whether he meant to "renegotiate" the deal, as he asserted ...

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Trump's 'armada' for North Korea was actually sailing to Australia

It is now - really -steaming northward and is expected to arrive in the Sea of Japan sometime next week, US officials said. The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Michael Murphy (DDG 1...

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Leader seeks snap election to bolster Brexit hand

Vince Cable, a former business minister in the coalition government who was voted out in the 2015 general election, has announced his intention to run in his old seat of Twickenham in west London. "Cr...

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Former Trump adviser claims Obama targeted him as a 'dissident'

I have nothing to hide.” He compared the investigations to the FBI and the Justice Departments eavesdropping on the civil rights king, Martin Luther King Jr. Those concerns grew throughout the cam...

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Brother of St Petersburg bomb suspect Abror Azimov arrested

Brother of St Petersburg bomb suspect Abror Azimov arrested

Fourteen people were killed in the attack. On Thursday, Moscow City's Basmanny district court put Akram Azimov to custody until June 3. Earlier, the Investigative Committee's press-service announc...

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Five Things to consider about the Liberal government's plan to legalize pot

Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice Bill Blair said: "As a former police officer, I know firsthand how easy it is for our kids to buy cannabis". But it won't mean much to the thousands ...

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VP Pence meets Indonesian president on Asia tour

The bilateral trade rhetoric is the central theme of Pence's visit to Asia, which aims to spread the message that Trump is open to boosting USA trade in Asia, despite abandoning the Trans-Pacific Part...

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US VP Pence says seeks fairer trade with Indonesia

Speaking to US and Japanese troops on board the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier Wednesday, he called North Korea the most urgent and risky threat to the peace and security of the Asia-Pacific regio...

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Iran's Rouhani enters presidential race

Thank you! Your submission has been received! On Thursday, the Iran Human Rights website published a brief commentary on the legacy of President Hassan Rouhani's first term in office. Rouhani al...

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Madras High Court grants bail to Stayzilla CEO

Madras High Court grants bail to Stayzilla CEO

Vasupal was arrested on fraud charges by the Chennai police on March 14, 2017. In March, Vasupal was abruptly taken into custody by local authorities after Jigsaw Advertising filed a complaint again...

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Labour is getting crushed in the opinion polls

She said: "Again you're trying to draw me into what's going to be in the manifesto ". Jeremy Corbyn has refused to rule out backing a second referendum on the final Brexit deal achieved after withd...

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Carl Vinson strike group isn't heading directly to Korea

The show of military strength by the United States angered China, while the tomahawk airstrike in Syria infuriated Vladimir Putin. It did not conduct a nuclear weapons test or attempt an attack on Sou...

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Rahm Emanuel Uses Rumor About EPA To Bash Trump

It was EPA officials who learned that the state Department of Environmental Quality had not required corrosion treatments when Flint switched to using the Flint River for its water, resulting in lea...

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Aero Disproves Reports On Flight NG316, Says Plane Landed Safely

Aero Disproves Reports On Flight NG316, Says Plane Landed Safely

Fortunately, the pilot was able to make an emergency landing nearby and the plane touched down just 35 minutes after take-off. Panicked travellers could smell something burning about 20 minutes afte...

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Trump signs order to tighten H-1B visa norms

The president himself has relied on guest workers with a different kind of visa - H-2B - to help staff his Mar-a-Lago resort, according to the Palm Beach Post . The new order would direct USA agencie...

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India ruling party leaders face trial in 1992 mosque attack

India ruling party leaders face trial in 1992 mosque attack

The conspiracy charges on the BJP leaders and also on 13 people who are accused are dropped by the Raebareli court. The court also said that the trial court in Lucknow would frame additional charges...

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Pot stocks sell off in wake of release of federal legislation

Pot stocks sell off in wake of release of federal legislation

Canada's President Justin Trudeau on Thursday introduced the long-awaited legislation that would legalize marijuana in the country. This will make Canada the second country to fully legalize marij...

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Pence Reaffirms US-Japan Alliance Amid North Korea Provocations

He said the Trump administration's deployment of the Carl Vinson nuclear carrier task group to waters off the Korean Peninsula again "proves the US reckless moves for invading the DPRK have reache...

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Trump Might Fire Bannon, Priebus

Trump Might Fire Bannon, Priebus

When Kushner first submitted his forms to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, he left the section about foreign contacts blank - despite the fact that he had met with a large number of foreign emissa...

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British PM Theresa May calls general election

It is the latest twist a turbulent year in British politics, which was plunged into turmoil when the country unexpectedly voted to leave the European Union last year. He said Labour's collapse under...

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Mike Pence: WH Moving to 'Isolate' NKorea After Failed Test

Mike Pence: WH Moving to 'Isolate' NKorea After Failed Test

Pence is halfway through his four-nation Asia trip, and concerns over North Korea have been dominant. A Japanese official says a difference in approach remains with the US despite an agreement on a ...

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United States reverses itself on status of deported Mexican

Juan Montes had enrolled at a local community college in California and was also working as a farmer to pay for school, his attorney said . The same judge who Donald Trump smeared as "a Mexican" du...

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The 16 Funniest Tweets About This Year's White House Easter Egg Roll

He was accompanied by somebody dressed up in an Easter bunny costume. Then, as New York Daily News reported , Melania Trump had to nudge her husband to raise his hand during the National Anthem. ...

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Trump says U.S. not going to get involved in Syria

Trump said, "when I saw that, I said we have to do something". The assessment was confirmed by two other Israeli defense officials. Despite rising tensions with Russian Federation, the USA remains c...

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All options need to be explored to rein in North Korea

Even as the military options are reviewed and updated, Defense Secretary James Mattis is also underscoring the need for a non-military solution. He said the US and its allies would deal with the sit...

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WestJet Airlines looks to launch new no-frills airline later this year

WestJet has not yet announced the name of the new airline, nor which destinations it will serve. Canada's ultra low-priced carrier race is heating up, now that WestJet has thrown its hat into the ri...

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More Than 1000 Palestinians In Israeli Prisons Go On Hunger Strike

According to a report released by three Palestinian non-governmental organizations, a total of 6,500 Palestinians, including women, children and lawmakers, are being held in prisons and detention f...

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Facebook Murder Suspect Fatally Shoots Self In Erie County

Facebook Murder Suspect Fatally Shoots Self In Erie County

By the time Stephens left the restaurant and turned onto Buffalo Road, where police say he ultimately killed himself, police were right behind him, DuCharme said. And Stephens did not deserve the forg...

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