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Some 300 ETA members are imprisoned in Spain, France, and Portugal and as many as 100 are still on the run, according to prisoners' families group Forum Social. Civil society groups that have overseen ETA's staggered finale scheduled an event in the southern French town of Cambo-les-Bains on Friday to mark the organization's end.
  • Smugglers abandon tiger cub in bag near border

    Smugglers abandon tiger cub in bag near border

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    The three immigrants were carrying a black duffel bag, which they abandoned as they fled back into Mexico . The male tiger cup, which reportedly appeared to be less than four months old, was taken to Brownsville's Gladys Porter Zoo . The state has no regulations regarding exotic animals and a tiger can be purchased for around $1,000, according to ABC . So while this new cub may have been abandoned, at least he'll fit right in.
  • Sharks vs. Golden Knights live stream, Game 3

    Sharks vs. Golden Knights live stream, Game 3

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    Fleury was impossible to solve, as he has been in these playoffs so many times . "We didn't show up for 45 minutes tonight", he said Saturday. He was spectacular in the middle of the first period. It obviously won't be a good sign for the Sharks if they go another full game without a 5-on-5 goal. The Golden Knights have stolen home ice advantage back for the second round of the playoffs.
  • Fears of more attacks in Afghanistan

    Fears of more attacks in Afghanistan

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    Meanwhile, media supporting organizations have said that the scale of casualties among journalists has dramatically increased under the national unity government compared to the previous government. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also condemned the "barbaric attack". U.S. intelligence officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said that despite extensive USA training and support, the vast majority of Afghan forces are incapable of preventing the Taliban from retaking much of the ...
  • Malaysia's Fake News Law Has Convicted Its First Person

    Malaysia's Fake News Law Has Convicted Its First Person

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    A Danish man has been sentenced to one week in a Malaysia prison after becoming the first person convicted under the country's controversial fake news law introduced earlier this month. Police have yet to identify the suspects, but believe they are still in the country. If he can not pay the fine, Sulaiman will have to serve another month behind bars.
  • Trump meets with Southwest Airlines crew, passengers that braved engine failure

    Trump meets with Southwest Airlines crew, passengers that braved engine failure

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    Chavez claims to be suffering post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression. She waved off accolades, saying it sometimes was easier to be the pilot rather than a passenger. The White House said Trump wants to thank Tammie Joe Shults, the captain of Flight 1380, First Officer Darren Ellisor and the three flight attendants aboard the Dallas-bound flight out of NY that made an emergency landing in Philadelphia.
  • Macron Planted Tree Is Dug Up To Go Into Quarantine

    Macron Planted Tree Is Dug Up To Go Into Quarantine

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    An exemption to the steel tariffs is crucial for Germany, which exports far more finished steel products to the United States than any other European nation. A German government spokesman also confirmed Merkel's conversation with May, as well as her own phone call with Macron on Saturday. "The president obviously is not satisfied with the trade surplus".
  • New Hampshire Boy Swept Out to Sea, Body Recovered

    New Hampshire Boy Swept Out to Sea, Body Recovered

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    He was their only child. Crews combed 130 square miles before suspending their initial search. The family was vacationing on the Outer Banks from Manchester, New Hampshire, reported the New Hampshire Union Leader . Local authorities continued conducting a recovery operation for the child. The hardest part of a search in that area has to do with the ocean currents .
  • Gov. Doug Ducey declares state of emergency for Tinder fire

    Gov. Doug Ducey declares state of emergency for Tinder fire

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    A storm is expected to move into the region Tuesday, bringing rain and lightning. "With this system coming in and a lot moister air, that should help over the next few days", he said. The Coconino County Board of Supervisors has declared a state of emergency, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency has authorized funds to assist the state.
  • Porn star Stormy Daniels suing Donald Trump over 'defamatory' tweet

    Porn star Stormy Daniels suing Donald Trump over 'defamatory' tweet

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    Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford , sued over an April 18 tweet in which Trump suggested she lied about the existence of a man portrayed in a sketch she released a day earlier. In her complaint , Daniels said the assailant had urged her to "leave Trump alone" and "forget the story", and after looking at her infant daughter said: "That's a handsome little girl".
  • Trump delays decision on tariffs

    Trump delays decision on tariffs

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    The temporary exemptions were due to expire at 12:01 a.m. Trump on March 23 imposed a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum in March, but granted temporary exemptions to Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the EU, Australia and Argentina.
  • Ronny Jackson still on staff, White House says

    Ronny Jackson still on staff, White House says

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    And in an earlier tweet, President Trump called for Senator Tester's resignation. In "Fighting for Our Veterans", an Air Force veteran named Kevin Dede recounts how after his service ended he "ended up in a coma" and was diagnosed with PTSD.
  • Australia: Cardinal George Pell to stand trial on sexual abuse charge

    Australia: Cardinal George Pell to stand trial on sexual abuse charge

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    Cardinal Pell had to be escorted in and out of the court building under police guard. Australia's Royal Commission Into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse - the nation's highest form of inquiry - revealed a year ago that 7 percent of Catholic priests were accused of sexually abusing children in Australia over the past several decades.
  • Israel after provoking Iran through attacks on Syria

    Israel after provoking Iran through attacks on Syria

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    The Syrian regime, which denounced a "fresh aggression" after the strikes, meanwhile continued to flush out armed groups from the capital with more deals to transfer fighters to the country's north. An Iranian state news agency has denied that the strikes hit an Iranian base, but did vow to respond to an Israeli attack on the T-4 airport in Homs, also believed to have been targeting Iranian forces, earlier this month.
  • President Trump a Nobel Peace Prize laureate? South Korea's leader thinks so

    President Trump a Nobel Peace Prize laureate? South Korea's leader thinks so

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    These days, it is easy to find citizens and political analysts in South Korea who mouth something few would have imagined a few months ago: support for giving Trump, Kim and Moon the Nobel Prize together should they achieve lasting peace. A total of four US presidents have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize: Obama, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson and Jimmy Carter. "We believe that this work should lead to the resumption of multilateral negotiations in the interests of setting up a system of ...
  • Muslim charities raise fund for Canada attack victims

    Muslim charities raise fund for Canada attack victims

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    Jennifer Yang: " Ten people were killed in this attack sadly, and the part of Toronto where this attack took place - I mean, all of Toronto is incredibly diverse, but this intersection in particular, really was home to a lot of people from a lot of parts all over the world, primarily from Korea, people from East Asia and people I think from Iran as well".
  • Supreme Leader: US pushing Saudi to confront Iran

    Supreme Leader: US pushing Saudi to confront Iran

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    Saudi Arabia and Iran are longtime regional rivals, and back opposing sides in the civil wars in Syria and Yemen. Yet on Monday, Iran's deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi hinted that Tehran might leave the agreement first, arguing that it is "no longer sustainable for Iran in its present form, without regard to a USA exit".
  • New Featurette Released For Solo

    New Featurette Released For Solo

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    There's action, swagger, and suspense aplenty, with contributions from those behind the project. Though initially directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller ( The Lego Movie ), the studio replaced the filmmaking pair with Ron Howard following creative differences during the shoot.
  • Walmart on edge of United Kingdom market: Sainsbury and Asda in merger talks

    Walmart on edge of United Kingdom market: Sainsbury and Asda in merger talks

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    It said they will make a further announcement at 0600 GMT on Monday. The Bernstein analyst Bruno Monteyne predicts the supermarket bosses could carve out cost savings of £600m on the back of the deal. Asda stores would continue to trade under their own brand, separate from the more upmarket Sainsbury's, the sources said. Together they would have a share of 31.4 per cent, putting them ahead of current market leader Tesco which has a share of 27.6 per cent.
  • Meet Dalmia Bharat Group, who will maintain Red Fort from now

    Meet Dalmia Bharat Group, who will maintain Red Fort from now

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    The government, however, insisted that it was not for profits. "Further, two MoUs were also signed for Red Fort , Delhi and Gandikota fort, Andhra Pradesh between Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Culture, Archaeological Survey of India and Dalmia Bharat Limited", read a government statement.
  • Opposition parties to protest during budget session

    Opposition parties to protest during budget session

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    PPP asserted that it would try to block the passage of the budget in parliament. PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said, "By presenting a full sixth budget the government is not only engaging in blatant pre-poll rigging, ignoring the concerns of chief ministers who protested but also usurping the right of the next government who will now only get to pass four budgets".
  • Manafort's Lawsuit Taking Aim at Mueller Is Tossed Out of Court

    Manafort's Lawsuit Taking Aim at Mueller Is Tossed Out of Court

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    In her 24-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who also presides in one of Manafort's criminal cases, rejected his request for an order protecting him from future prosecutions by Mueller's team. The judge cited the "sound and well-established principle" that potential defendants can not "circumvent federal criminal procedure" that already permits individuals to challenge charges within criminal proceedings.
  • The FBI questioned MMA star for possible connections to Trump, Putin

    The FBI questioned MMA star for possible connections to Trump, Putin

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    Fedor now holds a 6-1 record over his last seven fights, although that stretches back to 2011, including several fights in which the Russian has looked a severely diminished version of his previous self. Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has said she had an affair with Trump in 2006. With tensions between Russia and the USA simmering again and accusations of Russian interference in both Trump and Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaigns, the Federal Bureau of ...
  • Nogales Police officer dead; suspect in custody

    Nogales Police officer dead; suspect in custody

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    The suspect, according to police, was located in the area of W. Mariposa Road and N. Frank Reed Road. The suspect was located in the area by assisting agencies, and fled from officers. Nogales Police Officer Jesus "Chuy" Cordova was killed Friday trying to pull over an armed carjacker. He had been a ten-year veteran detective with the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office in Nogales before joining the Nogales Police Department in May 2017.
  • Deadlock in Armenia as acting PM rejects talks with protest leader

    Deadlock in Armenia as acting PM rejects talks with protest leader

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    Acting PM Karen Karapetyan cancelled negotiations with Pashinyan set for noon on Friday, arguing the talks were "not aimed at achieving any result". "We are not going to nominate our candidate". Pashinyan pledged to stay in the Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO), "not because we love this organisation ... but because it meets the national interests of the Republic of Armenia ".