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How effectively has the strong United Kingdom economy delivered? May and Corbyn debate

There will be a Commons vote on the proposed election tomorrow (Wednesday). Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the Tories "see a chance to move the United Kingdom to the right, force throu...

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Jon Ossoff Faces Nailbiter Runoff After Narrowly Missing Outright Win

Winning the June 20 run-off will be a steeper challenge for Ossoff, however, as Handel will nearly certainly benefit from her party coalescing around a single candidate in a conservative-leaning distr...

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Erie McDonald's owner

Erie McDonald's owner "couldn't be prouder" of employees who spotted Steve Stephens

Stephens also went live on Facebook to confess to the murder. "I said Steve, whatever you are thinking, I love you". Police received more than 400 tips in what became a nationwide search, with s...

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Pakistan justifies death sentence awarded to alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav

Pakistan justifies death sentence awarded to alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav

Baglay further said that Pakistan's High Commissioner Abdul Basit was summoned as soon as the information of Jadhav's death sentence came to India's knowledge. The statement said Jadhav confessed that...

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After scrapping 457 visa, Australia unveils tougher citizenship laws

After scrapping 457 visa, Australia unveils tougher citizenship laws

The application fee will be $1150. Occupations such as sales & marketing managers, advertising managers, web designers, and a raft of ICT roles will only be available on a two-year temporary skills ...

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North Korea propaganda video shows missile attack destroying USA city

Both the US and South Korea believe that the recent missile test by North Korea failed. It is certainly wise to be prepared in case of conflict, but the placement of a USA fleet in proximity to No...

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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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Defense treaty covers Diaoyutai: Vice President Pence

Defense treaty covers Diaoyutai: Vice President Pence

After meeting with Indonesia's President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, he says Indonesia and the USA are both democracies and share the same values. Pyongyang's own militarist response only plays into the...

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'Unlikely' Russia had no knowledge of Syrian chemical attack

'Unlikely' Russia had no knowledge of Syrian chemical attack

As her boss Rex Tillerson, the U.S. secretary of state, was meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin in Russia , Haley told the council, "It is long past time for Russia to stop covering for Assa...

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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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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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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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No reason to believe gays abused in Chechnya

No reason to believe gays abused in Chechnya

The outlet Crime Russia seems to confirm this , detailing a resolution that Chechen clergy leaders and public figures adopted that declares that any information about "cleansing" gays in Chechnya s...

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

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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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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The 13 MPs who voted against an early general election

One broadcaster, ITV, said it planned to hold a debate with or without the prime minister. It had been hoped talks could start by the end of that month, but EU Commission spokesman Margaritis Schi...

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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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