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Danish court to decide on extradition of South Korean woman

The District Court of Aalborg ruled that there was no impediment to extraditing her, prosecution spokesman Simon Gosvig said. "Ms Chung is to be extradited", the prosecution authority wrote on Twitt...

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MPs expected to back plan for snap general election

Former Treasury chief George Osborne, a leader of the losing campaign to keep Britain in the European Union, says he won't be a candidate in the June 8 elections. Underlining divisions the vote is u...

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US VP Mike Pence reassures Japan of US resolve against North Korea

US VP Mike Pence reassures Japan of US resolve against North Korea

Mr Trump has been pressuring China, North Korea's benefactor, to help defuse the situation, but has also warned that the U.S. will settle the issue alone if other countries will not help. The review o...

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Earnings Analysis Of Rite Aid Corporation (RAD)

Earnings Analysis Of Rite Aid Corporation (RAD)

The total market capitalization remained at $4.74 billion. The Relative Strength Index (RSI), developed by J. Welles Wilder, is a momentum oscillator that calculates the speed and change of price mo...

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Russia's Putin congratulates Erdogan on Turkey referendum

Turkey's main opposition party on Monday called for the annulment of the referendum, arguing it had widespread reports of voting irregularities. "It is clear that the country can not join the European...

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Perdue, Corker, Alexander Applaud Confirmation Of Gorsuch For Supreme Court

Perdue, Corker, Alexander Applaud Confirmation Of Gorsuch For Supreme Court

The seat earmarked for Garland is now going to Gorsuch, after Trump was made President. "The American people will be well served by this eminently qualified jurist of whom commentators across the po...

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Aaron Hernandez, Former NFL Player, Kills Himself in Prison, Officials Say

Aaron Hernandez, Former NFL Player, Kills Himself in Prison, Officials Say

Department of Corrections spokesperson Christopher Fallon said Hernandez, who was serving life without parole for the murder of his friend Odin Lloyd in 2013, had not been identified as a suicide risk...

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North Korea requires patience, not provocation

North Korea requires patience, not provocation

Pence arrived in Japan after visiting South Korea and leaves for Indonesia later on Wednesday. The American vice president is on a 10-day trip to Asia that has been dominated by the North Korea issu...

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Easter at Coolidge Park attracts thousands

Easter at Coolidge Park attracts thousands

The Easter Egg Hunt also served as a fundraiser for Safe Passage, and the team from the domestic violence and sexual assault prevention center said it appreciated being invited to participate and be i...

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MPs debate Prime Minister Theresa May's General Election call

The British currency sailed to more than six-month highs after May said the election would "secure the strong and stable leadership" position needed for talks with the European Union about terms for t...

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Dylan Hartley set to miss out in English-heavy Lions squad

Sam Warburton meanwhile will be the second player, following Martin Johnson, to captain two British Lions tours. The picture's posting was followed by a congratulatory tweet from World Rugby chief...

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Supreme Court Spares Arkansas Death-Row Inmate

Supreme Court Spares Arkansas Death-Row Inmate

If taken by the country's highest court, the justices would have to give a more definitive answer about the controversial drug midazolam - the first drug in Arkansas's lethal injection cocktail. Off...

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N. Korea's behaviour can not continue: U.S. national security adviser

But experts agree that China also wants to prevent North Korea from becoming a full-fledged nuclear power - and certainly wants to prevent a war on their southern border that could send millions of re...

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100+ Syrian Civilians Die in Aleppo Car Bombing

100+ Syrian Civilians Die in Aleppo Car Bombing

At least 109 of those killed were evacuees from the pro-regime Shia villages of Al-Fu'ah and Kafraya while the rest were aid workers and rebels guarding the convoy, according to the Syrian Observatory...

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South African president brands anti-govt protests 'racist'

Protesters gather in the tiny seaside town of St. Francis Bay to demand the resignation of South African President Jacob Zuma , April 7, 2017 . It says there were no injuries. The tensions in South ...

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Political turmoil as May announces early United Kingdom election

Sturgeon also said in a statement that Scotland must be "protected" from a Conservative Party trying to seize control of government for many years to come. She was hoping for a big Tory win, he said, ...

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Korea leader oversees special forces op as tensions soar

Korea leader oversees special forces op as tensions soar

Ostensibly Saturday's event was to mark the 105th anniversary of Kim Il-Sung's birth - a date known as the " Day of the Sun " in the North - and a squadron of warplanes flew overhead forming the numbe...

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Pac-Man Maker trademark filed by Bandai Namco

Pac-Man Maker trademark filed by Bandai Namco

I know the header image may not have anything to do with the upcoming Pac-Man game, besides being the second entry to Bandai Namco's iconic cracker eater. Destructoid has also confirmed the listing v...

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Lawyer says man dragged off plane has concussion, lost teeth

Lawyer says man dragged off plane has concussion, lost teeth

Chicago Aviation Commissioner Ginger Evans will also speak. Flight 3411, of course, has been at the center of news headlines since Sunday, when Chicago airport security officials forcefully dragged ...

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Coptic Churches Bombed on Palm Sunday by ISIS

Coptic Churches Bombed on Palm Sunday by ISIS

The Tanta bomber was named as Mamdouh Amin Mohamed Baghdadi, a resident of the city of Qena, south of Cairo , who was born in 1977. At St Mark's in Alexandria , at night the bodies were brought in...

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Weapons found after France attack plot arrests: Probe sources

Weapons found after France attack plot arrests: Probe sources

The Front National leader's commitment to ending France's membership of the borderless Schengen area, described as "effectively an global passport-free zone for terrorists" by former Interpol chief ...

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France arrests 2 suspects for plotting terror attack

France arrests 2 suspects for plotting terror attack

The explosives found are of a type used in previous attacks in France and Belgium that were inspired by the Islamic State group. The two would make it to a run-off on May 7, with Macron seen as th...

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Korea Celebrated Its Founder By Showing Off A Bunch Of Missiles

Korea Celebrated Its Founder By Showing Off A Bunch Of Missiles

The parade is inspected by the leader of the North Korea Kim Jong-un who is also the supreme commander in chief. North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister has issued an ominous warning after US President ...

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A Gigantic Iceberg Has Turned Up Off The Coast Of Canada

A Gigantic Iceberg Has Turned Up Off The Coast Of Canada

This particular iceberg is quite large, and has taken up residence near the coastline - offering a good opportunity for photos, he said. He added that it was the biggest one he had seen around the are...

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Turkey's AKP eyes gradual Erdogan return to party after referendum win

To be sure, the strength of Turkey's democratic norms were already eroding, but the point of the referendum was to shift away from the country's parliamentary system, putting even more authoritarian...

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British PM calls for snap general election on June 8

British PM calls for snap general election on June 8

The dollar fell sharply against a basket of major currencies on Tuesday weighed by geopolitical events while sterling rose to a two-and-half month high, after UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced...

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Trump Awaits Outcome of Special Congressional Election

Trump Awaits Outcome of Special Congressional Election

Democrats were hoping for a surprise win in Georgia, but they came up just short in Tuesday night's special election in a district held by Republicans for almost four decades. That massive influx of c...

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Nikki Haley: America will not ignore anti-gay actions in Chechnya

Nikki Haley: America will not ignore anti-gay actions in Chechnya

Haley issued her statement less than a week after GLAAD urged her to do so. In a statement on Monday, Haley said the United States was "disturbed" by the reports that have emerged in the past mo...

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Australia Looking To Expand Trade With Japan

Australia Looking To Expand Trade With Japan

However, pursuing bilateral negotiations with individual TPP countries could arrive at a very similar outcome, even if it would take the United States longer to achieve a similar result and would resu...

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May for snap polls in UK on June 8

May became the first foreign leader to meet with Trump at the White House when she visited in late January. Britain's second female prime minister also appears to have won strong popular support f...

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