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United Nations strongly condemns North Korean missile launch after delay

United Nations strongly condemns North Korean missile launch after delay

The vice president said the US would honor its alliance with Pacific Rim nations and protect freedom of navigation in the South China Sea, the sea lanes vital to global shipping where China has been...

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Federal Bureau of Investigation reportedly probed ex-Trump aide Carter Page during campaign

Federal Bureau of Investigation reportedly probed ex-Trump aide Carter Page during campaign

The Post reported Page had contacts with Russian intelligence agents apart from that investigation that had not been previously disclosed, and that officials believed he knowingly engaged in clandest...

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'Seinfeld' Costanza wannabe busted for bogus architectural firm

'Seinfeld' Costanza wannabe busted for bogus architectural firm

New York's Attorney General announced a 3-charge indictment Thursday against a guy auspiciously named Paul Newman - yes, Newman - for allegedly defrauding construction companies, business owners and...

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Jeremy Corbyn clarifies position and rules out second referendum on Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn clarifies position and rules out second referendum on Brexit

That term could only be curtailed if the Commons voted with a two-thirds majority for a snap election, or if it passed a motion of no confidence in the government. Vowing to protect European Union cit...

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White House reiterates China is not manipulating its currency

At some point, it may be necessary to take steps to deal with that problem. When asked if we "sabotaged the North Korea strike", Trump said, "I don't want to comment on that". Trump bashed news outl...

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Turkish election board to evaluate referendum result concerns

Turkish election board to evaluate referendum result concerns

Bulent Tezcan, deputy chairman of the opposition Republican People's Party, or CHP, said the party filed a formal request seeking the referendum be annulled due to voting irregularities. Erdogan's gov...

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Ivanka's Business Booming: Chinese Gov't Approves Three Trademarks for First Daughter's Company

Those trademarks, the AP reports , give Trump's company "monopoly rights to sell Ivanka brand jewelry, bags and spa services" in the lucrative Chinese market. According to Ivanka's representatives, ...

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In Venezuela Dozens of children evacuated from Caracas hospital amid unrest

Three others were killed Wednesday in a series of protests described by opposition leaders as the "mother of all marches". Junior Perdomo, 36, an analyst at GM Venezuela, said he learned of the take...

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US will not issue drilling waivers to Russia sanctions

US will not issue drilling waivers to Russia sanctions

A statement posted on the Treasury Department's website Friday reads: "In consultation with President Donald J. Trump, the Treasury Department will not be issuing waivers to USA companies, including...

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Aaron Hernandez's brain is being 'illegally' withheld from CTE study, lawyer says

Aaron Hernandez's brain is being 'illegally' withheld from CTE study, lawyer says

He said the brain was supposed to be picked up at 10 a.m. Thursday, but the medical examiner's office reversed course at the last minute and chose to keep the brain and conduct its own study. After so...

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Le Pen demands closure of all Islamist mosques in France

It's not exactly shocking that President Trump is a fan of France's anti-immigrant, anti-EU, Muslim-bashing presidential contender Marine Le Pen . Le Pen's leading spot in the polls has been slip...

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Justice Dept. warns sanctuary cities in immigration fight

After a raid led to the arrests of 11 MS-13 gang members in California's Bay Area "city officials seemed more concerned with reassuring illegal immigrants that the raid was unrelated to immigration th...

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Keith Palmer's Body Will Receive Rare Honour Before Funeral

Palmer, 48, had served in the military before joining London's Metropolitan Police. "The Suffolk officers who haven't been able to make it down here will pay their own respects at 2pm and will hold ...

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Market 'speculator' charged over football team bus attack

Police patrol outide the stadium after the team bus of Borussia Dortmund had some windows broken by an explosion some 10km away from the stadium prior to the UEFA Champions League 1st leg quarter-fina...

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Federal marijuana legislation needs more details, pot producers say

People will also be permitted to grow up to four plants at home. Selling the drug to a minor will be a new criminal offence under the federal liberal government's proposed new legal-pot regime. Th...

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Palestinian prisoners launch mass hunger strike in Israeli jails

Palestinian prisoners launch mass hunger strike in Israeli jails

The Palestinian Prisoners' Club had put the number at 1,500. Hamdallah said in a statement that the strike was an attempt to end arbitrary administrative detention, torture, unfair trials, the deten...

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Justice Dept. tells 9 sanctuary cities grant money at risk

Justice Dept. tells 9 sanctuary cities grant money at risk

The U.S. Justice Department has escalated its approach to so-called sanctuary cities, writing at least eight jurisdictions Friday to put them on notice they could be failing to cooperate with immigrat...

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San Francisco power outage snarls traffic shuts rail station

San Francisco power outage snarls traffic shuts rail station

Station "due to a technical problem with PG&E". Local media reported firefighters and utility crews were at a smoky fire at a substation but there was no word on whether it was related to the outa...

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Valenzuela protests call for President to step down, 8 killed so far

In short, the opposition says Maduro has created a dictatorship in the last few years. Three people were killed and hundreds arrested in the deadliest day of protests since the unrest began three week...

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South Korea on heightened alert as North Korea prepares for army celebration

South Korea on heightened alert as North Korea prepares for army celebration

Christopher Villanueva. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence , on a tour of Asian allies, has said repeatedly an "era of strategic patience" with North Korea is over. "Those who would challenge our res...

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U.K. Parliament approves Theresa May's snap vote

He said: "Let's be clear, this election will be a referendum on Brexit and the best chance we have of stopping Britain committing an act of great self harm". May contrasted the "strong and stable le...

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Theresa May wins Parliament vote to hold snap elections on June 8

The Prime Minister's spokesman said the Government was aiming to dissolve Parliament on 3 May, 25 working days before election day. Britain's parliament has endorsed May's call for a vote on June 8. T...

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Champs-Elysees In Paris Reopens Following Deadly Shooting

Mr Molins said the attacker had a note defending the Islamic State group with him when he opened fire. In addition to the assault rifle used in the attack, a pump action shotgun and knives were in...

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Paris Terror Attack Will 'Probably Help' Marine Le Pen in Election

Speaking with the AP, Trump clarified that he thought the attack would "probably help" Le Pen, specifically. All the candidates are seeking to woo the high proportion of people that are undecided...

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may face criminal charges from US

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may face criminal charges from US

The administration said it considered WikiLeaks to be a journalism organization. Possible charges could include conspiracy, theft of government property and violating the Espionage Act, which pr...

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India knows why Jadhav sentenced to death : Basit

India knows why Jadhav sentenced to death : Basit

Pakistan's army released a video shortly after Jadhav's arrest last year in which he confessed to having spent years sowing unrest in Pakistan. When asked why was India not allowed consular access t...

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Trump to sign executive actions that could

Trump's third executive order will "identify and reduce tax regulatory burdens", and it is about "financial stability", Trump said . "The process has begun long ago but it really formally begins on...

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Trump calls Erdogan after referendum win

Trump calls Erdogan after referendum win

Trump thanked Erdogan for supporting the action. The YSK decision to accept unstamped ballot papers "unless it can be proved that they were brought from outside the voting room" sparked a major debate...

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British lawmakers back PM May, give resounding approval to snap election

The main opposition Labour Party has 229 seats, but numerous party's MPs are estranged from their leader Jeremy Corbyn . The snap election is the latest twist in a turbulent year in British pol...

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Trump signs law allowing states to defund Planned Parenthood

Trump signs law allowing states to defund Planned Parenthood

Notice anything missing from that list? These clinics do not now receive Title X funding, says Alabama State Director of Planned Parenthood Southeast Katie Glenn. President Donald Trump took a b...

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