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Asked if he has been in touch with President Donald Trump regarding a possible military intervention, Macron said that he speaks daily with his American counterpart. You don't just waive aside accountability to parliament because it is inconvenient. Syria and its ally Russian Federation have both denied involvement amid worldwide outrage over Saturday's incident.
  • Woman gagged to death in Hyderabad, rape suspected

    Woman gagged to death in Hyderabad, rape suspected

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    The social media post alleging that a woman was arrested and then gang-raped in a holding cell at Mamelodi police station is untrue and "reckless", as the incident did not happen, police have said. Hill says she hand makes her flower arrangements for her daughter who passed away at just 4-years-old. "She does not know that they are there but we do and that is a way for us to honor our family member", Hill states.
  • Jimmy Kimmel apology for 'gay insult' on Sean Hannity tweet

    Jimmy Kimmel apology for 'gay insult' on Sean Hannity tweet

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    In the tweets , Hannity labeled Kimmel " Harvey Weinstein Jr." and #pervertkimmel. On ABC's " Jimmy Kimmel Live " on April 2, Kimmel poked fun at the first lady's reading of a children's book at the White House Easter egg hunt. "You could be first lady of the United States". Tough guys don't apologize, and if they must, they certainly don't do it on Fox News . "But now that Trump is president", Kimmel suggested, " Sean Hannity is unable to have anything but an erection".
  • Apple is now completely powered by renewable energy

    Apple is now completely powered by renewable energy

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    The company also announced that nine additional manufacturing partners have committed to power all of their Apple production with 100 percent clean energy, bringing the total number of supplier commitments to 23. "We're building new data centers and offices, and as demand for Google products grows, so does our electricity load". Apple , Google and technology-based peers such as Facebook and Amazon have been among the leaders of the corporate renewable energy movement, procuring ...
  • Arizona governor cites border crossing 'surge'

    Arizona governor cites border crossing 'surge'

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    National guard members from Texas were shown in images taken over the weekend at the U.S. -Mexico border. Brown has repeatedly fought with Trump over immigration protection. "The state of Arizona must not be used as a political pawn that will leave visitors questioning the safety of our state", he said in his letter to Ducey.
  • Polls close in key Hungarian parliamentary election

    Polls close in key Hungarian parliamentary election

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    Opinion polls before the vote had consistently put Orban and Fidesz party 20 or more points clear of their nearest rivals, Jobbik, a far-right party that has been moving towards the centre, and the centre-left Socialists. Vona said the question was not about migration into Hungary but about the large number of Hungarians who were leaving the country and heading to Western Europe in search of higher wages and better prospects.
  • Arvind Kejriwal supports TDP's demand on Andhra status

    Arvind Kejriwal supports TDP's demand on Andhra status

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    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met the arrested TDP MPs "in solidarity" at the police station. On Friday, the MPs had staged a similar protest over the issue inside Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan's chamber and had to be forcibly removed, reports said.
  • Officials of 2 Koreas discuss setting up hotline

    Officials of 2 Koreas discuss setting up hotline

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    Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo and the CIA team have been operating through intelligence back-channels to make arrangements for the summit, the CNN news channel reported . North Korea had relayed that proposal to the United States, according Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun. Analysts said the efforts show that the USA intelligence agencies are taking the lead for summit preparations.
  • Mexico Gives Transit Visas to Illegal Alien Caravan Marchers

    Mexico Gives Transit Visas to Illegal Alien Caravan Marchers

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    I used the word rape. "Five migrants who were part of the caravan arrived here this week, but they're already gone", he said. Trump had said they were marching toward the US border, though that was never among the organizers' plans. "And yes, it came out where this journey coming up - women are raped at levels that nobody's ever seen before", he continued. "Because of the Trump Administrations actions, Border crossings are at a still UNACCEPTABLE 46 year low".
  • Suspect sought in attempted robbery in north Hamilton

    Suspect sought in attempted robbery in north Hamilton

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    Police responded to an alarm at a business on St. Anne's Road at about 10:45 p.m. Tuesday, and an employee confirmed they were robbed by a man with a handgun. Rodriguez has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon with bonds set at $60,000 for each count. He said a search conducted on the motorbike revealed a black student bag concealed beneath the seat, which contained a knife, two pairs of scissors, a cutter, four flashlights and six boxes of matches.
  • Army: Two died in helicopter crash in Kentucky

    Army: Two died in helicopter crash in Kentucky

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    Reports said the crash took place during routine exercises at the local training area. Gen. Todd Royar said in a statement, according to multiple outlets. Campbell, said. The names of the crash victims are to be disclosed after relatives are informed of their loss. According to The Courier-Journal, the two soldiers who lost their lives were in the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade.
  • Trump says DACA deal for young immigrants is off

    Trump says DACA deal for young immigrants is off

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    DACA , or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is a program created in 2012 under Democratic former President Barack Obama that Trump sought to rescind last autumn. Kirstjen Nielsen, the homeland security secretary, briefed Trump on the migration situation last week after returning from a trip to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto and other top Mexican officials Trump was concerned by what he heard.
  • US stocks open lower on escalating US-China trade dispute

    US stocks open lower on escalating US-China trade dispute

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    Canadian producers can't automatically replace American products, but if the material is the same, multinational companies might try to relocate their production destined for China to escape USA duties, Podruzny added. "In other words, this looks like a shot across the bow with regard to Boeing and our base case remains that we will see little change in Boeing aircraft deliveries into China", he wrote in a report.
  • Sinclair Broadcasting Orders Local Anchors To Record Bizarre 'Hostage' Video

    Sinclair Broadcasting Orders Local Anchors To Record Bizarre 'Hostage' Video

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    Trump tweeted that "The Fake News Networks, those that knowingly have a sick and biased AGENDA, are anxious about the competition and quality of Sinclair Broadcast". "It is ironic that we would be attacked for messages promoting our journalistic initiative for fair and objective reporting, and for specifically asking the public to hold our newsrooms accountable", a statement from Sinclair Broadcast Group said.
  • Mexican Government Says US National Guard At Border Won't Be Armed

    Mexican Government Says US National Guard At Border Won't Be Armed

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    The ongoing talks on modernizing NAFTA have also strained ties between the two countries, as well as Canada, the third member of the agreement - though the three countries have recently indicated they are close to reaching a new deal. Jose Antonio Meade, candidate of Pena Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party, also attacked the border plan, and independent Margarita Zavala called it a "historic error" and a "hostile act" in a letter addressed to Trump.
  • PM Abbasi set to visit Afghanistan to 'reduce mistrust': Foreign Office

    PM Abbasi set to visit Afghanistan to 'reduce mistrust': Foreign Office

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    PM Abbasi was welcomed by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and the two inspected an honor guard at the Presidential Palace in Kabul before heading in for meetings. Pakistan has rejected "baseless Afghan allegations" of violation of its airspace and air raids inside Afghan territory by the Pakistan Air Force. She noted the meaningful role that Pakistan, partnering with the United States, could play in achieving a peaceful resolution in Afghanistan, a press release by the U.S.
  • South Africa condemns Israeli forces' attack on Gazans

    South Africa condemns Israeli forces' attack on Gazans

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    On the first day of the Great Return March (31 March) 16 Palestinians were killed and hundreds wounded as Israeli forces claimed the protesters were rioting. Thereafter he said replied on his Facebook page on Monday, April 2, he suspended the agreement that would have allowed thousands of the migrants to remain in Israel for a while.
  • Turkey's Erzurum applies to host 2026 Winter Olympics

    Turkey's Erzurum applies to host 2026 Winter Olympics

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    Austria's Graz, Swedish capital Stockholm, Sion in Switzerland, Turkey's Erzurum, Japan's Sapporo and a joint bid from Italy's Cortina d'Ampezzo, Milan and Turin are also in the initial process. the DPRK with the objective of qualifying for and participating in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, as well as the Youth Olympic Games 2020 and 2022, ' the IOC added.
  • United Nations launches $3B Yemen appeal

    United Nations launches $3B Yemen appeal

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    The Saudi-led war was launched in March 2015 in support of Yemen's former Riyadh-friendly government and against the country's Houthi Ansarullah movement, which has been running state affairs. "I believe there is an opportunity and that opportunity must be seized", Guterres said, explaining that Griffiths was "encouraged" by his trip and sees a window for further talks.
  • Pinwheel Garden brings awareness to Child Abuse Prevention Month

    Pinwheel Garden brings awareness to Child Abuse Prevention Month

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    Bailey says those crimes that children witness range from rape, domestic violence or abuse of another child - anything that brings trauma. Nearly half of the nation's children have been impacted by child trauma, she said. They said Burgess then dared the girls to urinate in front of him and also dared them to ride naked on the bus. All hotline calls are routed to the county where a child resides.
  • Russia: Spy poisoning 'in interests' of United Kingdom govt

    Russia: Spy poisoning 'in interests' of United Kingdom govt

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    Four Russian diplomats expelled from Germany arrived back in Moscow on the weekend, Russia's embassy in Berlin said, ahead of a Monday deadline imposed on Moscow . A Foreign Office spokesman called the meeting a "diversionary tactic, meant to undermine the work of the OPCW in reaching a conclusion". The request came after Moscow received and analysed samples of the Novichok agent used in the attack.
  • Journalist accreditation order withdrawn

    Journalist accreditation order withdrawn

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    On the confirmation of publication of telecast fake news by any of these agencies, the accreditation shall be suspended for a period of 6 months in the first violation. Faced with massive outrage, the Modi government on Tuesday beat a hasty retreat and withdrew its controversial guidelines threatening journalists with penalties for reporting "fake news".
  • Oklahoma teachers chalk cars to spread message about needed funding

    Oklahoma teachers chalk cars to spread message about needed funding

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    This wave of teacher-led actions around the country was kicked off when teachers in West Virginia emerged victorious from a almost two-week strike earlier this month. In those groups, teachers grumbled about low pay and posted photos of the sometimes shoddy classroom conditions for their students. Ed Allen, the leader of the Oklahoma City AFT, tells NPR he's never seen anything like this negotiation process in his 26 years with the union.