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Lions need everything to go right, and then some luck

He was born in Wellington in 1991 but moved to the United Kingdom at a young age. Gatland, who is on sabbatical from his regular job in charge of Wales, was said to be furious that the tour broadcas...

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North Korea failed missile launch increases US-NK tension

North Korea failed missile launch increases US-NK tension

Mattis also did not comment on what might have caused the missile to fail. Colbert asked. "I mean, they were authentic and drew people of all ages, so we know it wasn't Pepsi". North Korea tried b...

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Iran Complying with Commitments under Nuclear Deal: Tillerson

Tillerson told reporters the review, which he announced on Tuesday, would not only look at Tehran's compliance with a 2015 nuclear deal but also its behaviour in the region which he said undermined US...

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Trudeau heads to France to mark 100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge

The Canadian National Vimy Memorial serves as a lasting tribute to the memory and sacrifice of our service members who died in the war, including the 11,285 Canadians who lost their lives in France an...

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Concern over changes to 457 visas

Concern over changes to 457 visas

Prime Minister Turnbull said on Tuesday that the government planned to replace 457 visas with new visa streams "to recruit the best and the brightest in the national interest". NFF said it was believe...

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Trump targets Canadian dairy, calls supply management "very unfair'"

It is also a state that is feeling the effects of Canada's decision to impose import taxes on ultra-filtered milk, a protein liquid concentrate used to make cheese. Michael von Massow, a food economic...

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Theresa May accuses opposition leaders of seeking to divide UK

Scotland voted overwhelmingly to remain in the European Union and Sturgeon argues it should now be allowed to break off from Britain to hold on to close ties with the bloc. Now the opposition is we...

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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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French police stop attack days before election, arrest 2 suspected radicals

French police stop attack days before election, arrest 2 suspected radicals

Le Pen vowed Monday to end the borderless Schengen Treaty so France can control its frontiers and with that, she claims, stop both immigration and the terrorist threat. "We can not fight the terrori...

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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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Two suspects detained for hatching terrorist attack ahead of Presidential elections

Several weapons, including a machine gun and two hand guns in addition to three and kilos of TATP and other bomb-making materials were found during a police raid in the two suspect's apartment they ha...

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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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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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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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Tillerson warns 'unchecked Iran' could be as bad as North Korea

Now, Trump is trying to pick a fight with Iran even after admitting the Obama-era agreement is preventing the country from acquiring a nuclear weapon. Former President Barack Obama would have agreed w...

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United Kingdom lawmakers approve PM's call for early election

May's Conservatives now hold 330 House of Commons seats and Labour 229. Cooper said: "The Prime Minister said yesterday that she was calling a General Election because Parliament was blocking Brexi...

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North Korea vows to continue testing missiles despite United States warning

North Korea vows to continue testing missiles despite United States warning

The North conducted two nuclear tests and 24 ballistic missile tests last year, defying six UN Security Council sanctions resolutions banning any testing, and it has launched more missiles this year...

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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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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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New 'Buy American, Hire American' Order May Do Little for Small Businesses

The president called the order "bold new steps" toward making good on his campaign promises to generate more jobs for out-of-work Americans. President Trump has moved towards his first major break...

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Nepal President Bidhya Devi Bhandari to arrive in Odisha today

Nepal President Bidhya Devi Bhandari to arrive in Odisha today

Both the sides, the MEA said, noted that Indo-Nepal relations derive their strength and salience from shared history, common cultural ethos, and long years of close and intense people-to-people contac...

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Venezuelans gear up for major march against Maduro

Venezuelans gear up for major march against Maduro

Official confirmation of Sojo's account was not immediately available, and the county's energy minister said the boy was killed during an attempted assault. Marchers in the opposition demonstration in...

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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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Ossoff Wins Plurality In Georgia Special Election, Teeing Up Runoff With GOPer

Ossoff earned 48 percent of the vote in Tuesday night's election. Ossoff, 30, was the top vote getter in a field of 18 candidates, 11 of them Republicans, in a suburban Atlanta district that has ...

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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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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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Anti-Zuma Protests 2017: South Africans Call For President Jacob Zuma's Resignation

Zuma's comments show "that he is out of touch with the South African public's very valid anger over his destructive leadership", the party said . Calls for Zuma's resignation have since grown an...

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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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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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'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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