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Jury acquits ex-Patriots TE Hernandez in double murder

The defense blamed a friend of Hernandez, Alexander Bradley , who was with him that night, claiming that Bradley opened fire on the victims' vehicle as they waited at a stoplight. Bradley is serving ...

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USS Carl Vinson Heading To Korean Peninsula

USS Carl Vinson Heading To Korean Peninsula

In a statement late Saturday, the U.S. Navy's Third Fleet said the strike group had been directed to sail north, but it did not specify the destination. A U.S. Defense official told NBC News that the ...

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Ties with United States have eroded under Trump, says Putin

China, which has vetoed six resolutions on Syria since the civil war began, abstained from Wednesday's United Nations vote, along with Ethiopia and Kazakhstan. Speaking amid a backdrop of US investiga...

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Moscow accuses US of unlawful Syria raid as Tillerson visits

He said Moscow was ready to resume a deal with Washington to avoid incidents in Syrian airspace as the two countries lead separate bombing campaigns. Still, the question of removing Assad from p...

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At Easter, Trump Has Yet to Find a Church Home in DC

Democrats in Congress have also introduced legislation that would require the Trump administration to maintain and disclose the names of visitors at places aside the White House where he conducts bu...

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Kim Jong-un, Assad Pat Each Other on the Back

After arriving in Seoul on Monday, the Chinese envoy in charge of the North Korean issue will talk with South Korea's representative Kim Hong-kyun, according to the ministry. Obama warned Trump before...

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Stockholm Truck Attack Suspect Was a 'Rejected Asylum Seeker'

Stockholm Truck Attack Suspect Was a 'Rejected Asylum Seeker'

The suspected Stockholm lorry attacker had shown interest in extremist groups and was facing deportation after being refused residency, Swedish police said on Sunday. The suspect in the Stockholm ...

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New Law Imperils Central European University

New Law Imperils Central European University

The protest drew some of the largest crowds against Orban's seven-year rule, with organisers estimating attendance around 70 000. The crowd marched across a bridge over the river Danube and filled the...

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Syria chemical attack: 'Were those children dead at all?' asks Assad

He also said he did not know Russian president Vladimir Putin. The U.S. says it has extensive evidence that Syria was responsible for the attack, while Russian Federation says Syrian forces acciden...

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CNN Panics over French Election, Admits Le Pen Could Win

CNN Panics over French Election, Admits Le Pen Could Win

The EU legislature lifted Le Pen's immunity in March to allow a separate French investigation over her posting of pictures of Islamic State violence on social media, an offence that in France can carr...

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27 died as ISIS bombs church in Egypt on Palm Sunday

27 died as ISIS bombs church in Egypt on Palm Sunday

FILE - In this December 11, 2016 file photo, an Egyptian Coptic nun weeps as she looks at damage inside the St. Mark Cathedral in central Cairo , following a bombing. The cabinet also announced compe...

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(NYSE:LUV) from Regional Airlines - Todays Top Gains

Now the P/E of Southwest Airlines Co. stands at 15.68. Sanford C. Bernstein restated an "outperform" rating and issued a $63.00 target price (up previously from $50.00) on shares of Southwest Airlines...

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6 times Trump has flipped on his issues

So, if he concludes over the coming months that the other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members have simply been telling him what he wanted to hear rather than, from his point of view, stepping u...

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Russia, Iran and Syria warn U.S. to halt bombings

The Syrian government's suspected chemical weapons attack on civilians last week amounts to a "war crime", the US State Department has said. The Syrian president insisted his forces had turned over ...

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Syria: 100 killed as bomb hits buses with evacuees

In footage aired on Syrian TV, bodies were strewn outside buses, including fighters. A senior rebel official said 20 rebels guarding the buses were killed, as well as dozens of passengers. Picture...

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Syrian War: Russia holds UN to ransom

On Tuesday, Putin had claimed the USA would make up the existence of additional chemical weapons in Syria to justify further military action against the war-torn country's regime, without providing an...

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63% of American voters want more USA intervention in Syria

63% of American voters want more USA intervention in Syria

Despite raising tensions between the us and Russian Federation, the USA strikes against Syria gives Tillerson and the USA more leverage, showing they mean business if Assad continues to act inappropri...

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Israel approves first new West Bank settlement in two decades

Israel approves first new West Bank settlement in two decades

He said Trump is "anxious to convey the message that he really wanted to have a peace agreement" and believes that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas "is anxious to make a deal", Dershowitz said. "Th...

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North Korea celebrates 'Day of the Sun' with defiant show of might

Newspapers this morning expressed fears of nuclear tests as Pyongyang warned it was prepared to take "the toughest action" against USA "military hysteria". He said the North may have a handful of pl...

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Sharif condemns Mardan lynching, orders action against culprits

Sharif condemns Mardan lynching, orders action against culprits

Abdul Wali Khan University located in Mardan expelled Mashal Khan-student of Mass Communication. Crime scene video showed dozens of men near the dorm throwing objects at a body on the ground. Human ...

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Thais soak in the new year with nationwide water fight

Thais soak in the new year with nationwide water fight

The festival - which is also celebrated in neighbouring Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos - falls at the hottest time of the year, when temperatures often creep above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenhe...

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Pakistan prepares dossier on Indian spy's involvement in subversive activities

Pakistan prepares dossier on Indian spy's involvement in subversive activities

Both institutions meet every year to evaluate and address various aspects of common interest, this time the talks would focus on the arrests of fishermen from the two countries and search and rescue o...

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Fitch follows S&P in downgrading South Africa banks after sovereign move

Fitch follows S&P in downgrading South Africa banks after sovereign move

The petition was launched the day former Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan , was sacked along with other colleagues in President Zuma's cabinet reshuffle. "We have united for the objective of taki...

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Decision to drop huge bomb in Afghanistan purely tactical : USA general

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said the bomb had "targeted a system of caves that Isis fighters use to move freely around, making it easier for them to target United States military advisors ...

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North Korea displays suspected ICBM during massive military parade

It was the first time North Korea had shown the missiles, which have a range of more than 1,000 km (600 miles), at a military parade. Pictures on state television showed thousands of soldiers marchi...

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'Mother of All Bombs's' Moment of Impact

Esmail Shinwar, the governor of the Achin district of Nangarhar, bordering Pakistan, where the 11-tonne explosive was dropped, has said that "at least 92 Daesh fighters were killed", adding that three...

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Donald Trump sees global gains from 'chemistry' with China's Xi Jinping

Is it Donald's enthusiasm for being able to tell President Xi "during dessert" as he was "enjoying" the "most handsome piece of chocolate cake that you've ever seen" that he was pounding the sh*t ou...

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Car bomb kills at least 39 Syria evacuees

The Syrian government said the vehicle had been supposedly carrying aid to the evacuees , while rebels claim the auto was stationary and had been parked near the stalled convoy. The residents, alon...

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Dozens killed in blast near evacuation buses, Syria TV claims

A war monitor puts the death toll at 24 in the area controlled by opposition fighters. The explosion hit the Rashideen area, a rebel-controlled district outside Aleppo city where evacuation buses ca...

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Women can retain their maiden names in passports: Modi

Women can retain their maiden names in passports: Modi

Though! It was never been mandatory, to have a passport with maiden name or change the name after marriage. PM Modi asked as to why the properties and houses were in the names of husbands. Nandini S...

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