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Mexican's immigration status is in dispute over deportation

According to court documents submitted by his attorneys, Juan Manuel Montes was "arrested, detained, and physically removed" from the United States in the middle of the night on or about February 18,...

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French presidential hopefuls in last days of campaign before first vote

French presidential hopefuls in last days of campaign before first vote

Four candidates are in a tight race for the French presidency as the campaign enters its final week before the first round of voting April 23. And conservative Francois Fillon is taking his tough-on-s...

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British lawmakers back June 8 election

May's call for an early election came after firm assurances that she would not seek a new election before 2020. The election is not expected to disrupt the early stages of the Brexit negotiation...

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UK Parliament attacker acted alone: Scotland Yard

UK Parliament attacker acted alone: Scotland Yard

But as he checked out of his hotel to head toward London for his deadly rampage, the manager said he was struck by his guest's friendly manner. Police are now examining a van and two cars, seized ...

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Saudi To Shelve, Reform Billions Of Dollars Of Unfinished Projects

The kingdom also plans to launch a second bidding round for 400 MW of wind power at a project in Domat al-Jandal in al-Jouf Province by the fourth quarter of this year, which will be followed by 620 M...

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EASTER MESSAGE: To be dead to sin and be alive in God

Easter Sunday is a good day to reflect on the words of Saint John Paul II and remember that the Son of God overcame death so that we may be saved through faith in Him. How did it change their lives an...

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Protests Against Religious Ownership Of Maternity Hospital

Protests Against Religious Ownership Of Maternity Hospital

Sr Agnes Reynolds, a member of the St Vincent's Healthcare Group board told The Irish Times that the new hospital on the St Vincent's campus in Dublin will "always respect the rights of the mother a...

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Trump Has Used the Same Visa Program He Now Looks to Overhaul

Trump Has Used the Same Visa Program He Now Looks to Overhaul

There have been news reports of United States companies hiring foreign workers to replace Americans because they earn less. Chamber of Commerce, also argued that "it would be a mistake to close th...

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Bomb at Egyptian church kills 25 Palm Sunday worshippers

Bomb at Egyptian church kills 25 Palm Sunday worshippers

Security analysts said it appeared that Islamic State, under pressure in Iraq and Syria, was trying to widen its threat and had identified Christian communities as an easier target. The Sinai-based ...

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Kim Jong-un inspects military parade at central square of Pyongyang

Kim Jong-un inspects military parade at central square of Pyongyang

In this image taken from video aired by North Korean broadcaster KRT, a portrait of Kim Il-sung is carried during a parade at the square named for him in Pyongyang on Saturday, April 15, 2017. But the...

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Images show North Koreans playing volleyball at nuclear test site

Still, however, satellite imagery continues to indicate that the Punggye-ri site appears able to conduct a sixth nuclear test at any time once the order is received from Pyongyang, 38 North said. Berm...

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BBC and ITV plan leaders' debates despite May's refusal to take part

Mrs May told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "We won't be doing television debates". And Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood - whose profile received a major boost from her involvement in two of the 201...

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US VP Mike Pence meets Indonesian president on Asia tour

When Vice President Pence spoke at the Korean demilitarized zone on Monday, he said that the United States sought to solve the North Korean crisis "through peaceable means and negotiations", after inc...

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Trump signs executive order looking to put 'America first' in Kenosha visit

Trump signs executive order looking to put 'America first' in Kenosha visit

Less than a week after the application period opened for 2017 H-1B visas, the annual cap was reached from a pool of 199,000 applications the US Citizenship and Immigration Services said earlier this...

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Ossoff and Handel 'getting back to work' for June runoff

That will energize Trump's supporters to turn out to vote for her in June. President Donald Trump lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by almost 3 million votes, and won the Electoral College than...

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Donald Trump takes first step towards H-1B visa reform

Seeking to carry out a campaign pledge to put " America First ", Trump signed an executive order on the H-1B visa program. "Simply put, it appears that the agencies are asked to review policies re...

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New test results indicate use of sarin gas in Syria

His comments, aired Wednesday on Fox Business News, come less than a week after Trump ordered a retaliatory strike on Syria based on USA evidence that Syrian President Bashar Assad attacked civilian...

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Encouraging to see Chinese effort to control North Korea

Encouraging to see Chinese effort to control North Korea

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has said he would expand America's nuclear arsenal to ensure it is at the "top of the pack" amid a heated war of words between the United States and North Korea. Penc...

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May wins Parliament's backing to hold snap polls on June 8

She said the Conservatives would provide "strong and stable leadership" for Brexit and beyond, and promising to wage "a positive and optimistic campaign". "That's why we will prove the establishment e...

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Starbucks creates magical, color-changing 'Unicorn Frappuccino,' available for a limited time

Starbucks creates magical, color-changing 'Unicorn Frappuccino,' available for a limited time

There's a whole lot of mysterious left for the eye's imagination. The Seattle-based company probably said it best in its tweet on Wednesday: "As rare as... It starts purple and tangy, but as you sti...

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White House defends delay of USS Carl Vinson going to Korean peninsula

President Donald Trump the next day said: " We are sending an armada ". On Wednesday, the US Navy posted photos to its website of the USS Carl Vinson in a location in the South China Sea, on w...

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United States 'concerned' about turn of events in Venezuela

The court partly backtracked after an worldwide outcry, but the tension only increased when authorities slapped a political ban on opposition leader Henrique Capriles on April 7. Elections are not due...

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'Rich will pay more' under Labour - John McDonnell

'Rich will pay more' under Labour - John McDonnell

Would you include in that vast majority people who earn £70,000 a year? He told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that Labour would scrap giveaways to the wealthy such as corporation tax cuts and wou...

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Trump Admin Working With Allies To Pressure North Korea

Vice President Mike Pence moved to reassure Japan of Washington's solidarity with Seoul, Tokyo and Beijing when dealing with North Korea. He called North Korea the most urgent and unsafe threat to t...

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North Korea warns 'thermonuclear war may break out at any moment'

North Korea warns 'thermonuclear war may break out at any moment'

Aboard the USS Ronald Reagan, the vice-president told troops he was there as "storm clouds gather on the horizon" of north-east Asia. "From my understanding, we haven't had any business with the Nor...

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N. Korea fails in new missile test: Seoul

N. Korea fails in new missile test: Seoul

While not publicly defining its plans, the White House has said that all options are on the table to prevent North Korea from acquiring the ability to strike the USA with a nuclear weapon. The missile...

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Ivanka's business prospers since Donald Trump election victory

The scenario shows how hard it is for the president's daughter, to separate business from politics in her new position at the White House. And in some ways, she is just as culpable as he in pushing th...

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Canadian Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan offers prayers at Golden Temple

Canadian Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan offers prayers at Golden Temple

The Minister's family hails from Bambeli village, 15 km from Hoshiarpur. Sajjan is on a bit of a homecoming to the Asian country, where he was born and lived until coming to Canada with his family w...

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EU Commission says Turkey must investigate referendum doubts

On Monday evening, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that the White House will only comment on the results of the Turkish constitutional referendum after the worldwide monitors release th...

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Haiti's United Nations peacekeeping mission ends amid abuse controversy

The current MINUSTAH mission has just over 1,000 individual police and 11 police units. Associated Press notes that in Haiti, at least 134 Sri Lankan Peacekeepers are alleged to have been involved...

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