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We are negotiating now. "Much like President Trump's "pivots" on gun control, immigration, "Chuck & Nancy", and multiple other policy 180s, we have come full circle on U.S. "This reflects your deep understanding for how Japan cares about this abduction issue; I am very grateful for your commitment", the Japanese Prime Minister told Mr Trump .
  • Missouri governor could face charge for charity donor list

    Missouri governor could face charge for charity donor list

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    Attorney General Josh Hawley said an investigation by his office shows that Greitens took computer data listing the top donors to The Mission Continues without the consent of the veterans' charity he had founded and used it to raise money for his gubernatorial campaign.
  • World Cup hosts Russian Federation charged with fan racism during France friendly

    World Cup hosts Russian Federation charged with fan racism during France friendly

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    French duo Paul Pogba and Ousmane Dembele were among those said to be targeted by monkey noises during the game against the World Cup hosts in St Petersburg. "A request has been made to the Interior Ministry to identify several persons who were involved in these incidents", RFU anti-discrimination officer Alexei Smertin was quoted as saying by the Tass news agency.
  • Israeli soldiers wound 3 Palestinians along Gaza border

    Israeli soldiers wound 3 Palestinians along Gaza border

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    Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said this was the longest and deepest tunnel Israel has discovered thus far. Several thousand amassed in the Gaza Strip while sporadic gatherings took place across the West Bank. The head of Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas said Tuesday it was ready to negotiate with Israel to trade two Israeli captives and the bodies of two soldiers it is holding.
  • British PM May defends Syria strikes

    British PM May defends Syria strikes

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    But her move to add British Tornado jets to US and French forces that launched around 105 missiles in the early hours of Saturday might be met with retaliatory measures by Syrian ally Russian Federation and breaks with a convention to obtain parliamentary approval for military action dating back to the 2003 Iraq war.
  • Are we alone? Nasa's new planet hunter aims to find out

    Are we alone? Nasa's new planet hunter aims to find out

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    The TESS mission is to find planets outside of our solar system, known as exoplanets. SpaceX postponed the launch of NASA's new planet-hunting mission Monday in order to verify the Falcon 9 rocket's navigation systems, the California-based company said.
  • Federal Watchdog Says Scott Pruitt's $43000 Phone Booth Violated the Law

    Federal Watchdog Says Scott Pruitt's $43000 Phone Booth Violated the Law

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    The EPA was required to tell Congress before it purchased the phone booth, exceeding the $5,000 limit on decorating and furnishing Pruitt's office, but didn't. Pruitt and the ones around him are below multiple analyses found by authorities watchdogs and congressional committees. In an unusual management alert issued Monday, EPA Inspector General Arthur Elkins said his staff had reviewed personnel documents for six employees who were hired or had received raises under the Safe Drinking ...
  • Delhi Congress organises candlelight march over rape cases

    Delhi Congress organises candlelight march over rape cases

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    Huge crowd had gathered at the India Gate here on Thursday midnight to protest against the incidents of rape in Unnao in Uttar Pradesh and Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir. Rahul's sister Priyanka along with her husband Robert Vadra and daughter Miraya also joined the spontaneous midnight candlelight vigil. The government's slogan of "Beti Bachao (save the girl child) " has turned into "betion ko BJP se bachaon", said Congress leader Randeep Surjewala.
  • Pence abruptly leaves summit, Trump to speak

    Pence abruptly leaves summit, Trump to speak

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    Pence said in a meeting Friday with Venezuelan opposition leaders in Lima, Peru , that "we are with you to see freedom once again". The vice president announced that the United States would provide almost $16 million in humanitarian assistance to Venezuelans who have fled their country under the rule of President Nicolas Maduro .
  • Russian Federation 'severely condemns' attack on Syria

    Russian Federation 'severely condemns' attack on Syria

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    Ryabkov also said Russian Federation would study a United Nations resolution on Syria proposed by the US, France and Britain, but added that it would be hard to reach a compromise on the issue, TASS reported. Russia's foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said earlier that Russian experts had inspected the site of the claimed attack and found no trace of chemical weapons.
  • Wisconsin's Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week April 9-13

    Wisconsin's Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week April 9-13

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    The extreme wildfire danger in the KCBD viewing area is being described as a "particularly risky situation" by the Lubbock office of the National Weather Service . "Jefferson Parish is under a "Slight" to "Enhanced Risk" of severe weather this weekend". Wind speeds will calm down by Tuesday, the coldest day this week in the valley, with an expected 68-degree high.
  • Trump blasts Comey as details emerge from scathing book

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    The White House's top spokeswoman blasted former FBI Director James ComeyJames Brien ComeyGOP unveils mock cover of Comey book with "ego" attack NY Daily News cover hits Trump over Comey book revelations Geraldo Rivera: Comey is the reason Trump is president MORE as a "disgraced partisan hack" on Friday as the administration seeks to discredit allegations he's made in a new book.
  • DefExpo 2018: Govt committed to peace, its people, territory, says PM Modi

    DefExpo 2018: Govt committed to peace, its people, territory, says PM Modi

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    Being on fast, Modi will travel to Tamil Nadu to inaugurate Defence Expo, a biennial exhibition of weapons and military hardware, in Thiruvidanthai near Chennai . "Many states will become separate countries, and Tamil Nadu will be among them", he said. "People are more important than elections", says Haasan, urging the PM to ensure that the Supreme Court verdict on the matter is implemented in time.
  • Israeli army kills Palestinian, wounds 223

    Israeli army kills Palestinian, wounds 223

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    Conricus said on Friday (Saturday NZT) that the military is trying to minimise Palestinian casualties, but hadn't changed open-fire regulations. "The Israeli authorities must put an immediate end to the excessive and lethal force being used to suppress Palestinian demonstrations in Gaza ", Amnesty International said on Friday.
  • Break Up California Into 3 Smaller States, Billionaire Urges

    Break Up California Into 3 Smaller States, Billionaire Urges

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    A billionaire says he has ample help to ask Californians within the occasion that they should divide the nation's most populous state into three states. Could California be split up to better represent its citizens? It still leaves northern California conservatives who feel ignored by urban liberals in the same Northern California state as Sacramento and the Bay Area.
  • Pakistan bars former PM Sharif from holding office for life

    Pakistan bars former PM Sharif from holding office for life

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    A Joint Investigation Team (JIT) was formed a year ago to probe the allegations on the Sharif family. The apex court in its July 28 ruling of a year ago had disqualified Nawaz Sharif as president of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), while Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Jahangir Tareen was disqualified under Articles 62 of the constitution.
  • Killed Palestinian Journalist Had Passed US Screening For Grant Funds

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    ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda noted that 27 Palestinians have reportedly been killed by the IDF in the last fortnight and more than 1,000 have been injured - "many, as a result of shootings using live ammunition and rubber bullets". "Wow. They hit someone in the head", says an off-camera voice. Israel says that the IDF is acting correctly to prevent a possible breach of its border by marchers from Gaza, and against protesters who are attacking soldiers.
  • Study finds major gaps in Holocaust knowledge among Americans

    Study finds major gaps in Holocaust knowledge among Americans

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    More than 12,000 marchers - including Israel Defense Force chief Gadi Eisenkot and the heads of Israel's Mossad spy agency and Shin Bet security service - participated in a two-mile march from the site of the Auschwitz concentration camp to the Birkenau extermination camp, which housed Nazi gas chambers.
  • Korea convenes legislative session, Kim not present: KCNA

    Korea convenes legislative session, Kim not present: KCNA

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    Moon said cooperating for close communication between South Korea and Japan is as important as ever in the run-up to the inter-Korean summit and a US-North Korea summit. Under questioning, he would not take any option off the table, including military ones. During a meeting with Moon's special envoys in Pyongyang in early March, Kim agreed to refrain from missile and nuclear tests during the period of dialogue with Washington on denuclearization and normalization of bilateral ties, ...