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Russian Federation denies Assad's to blame for chemical attack

In an official but delayed statement, Trump lashed out at Assad first as "heinous" and "reprehensible" before blaming the attack as "a outcome of the past administration's weakness and irresolution". ...

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Day after mass protests, Kremlin cracks the whip

Day after mass protests, Kremlin cracks the whip

In a statement , the European External Action Service (EEAS) said the detained citizens, including opposition leader Alexei Navalny , who were arrested during a series of anti-corruption protests, s...

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Syria attack symptoms consistent with nerve agent use

This photo provided on Tuesday April 4, 2017, by the Syrian anti-government activist group Edlib Media Center, that is consistent with independent AP reporting, shows a man carrying a child following...

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House Intelligence committee goes to war with itself over Russian Federation investigation

House Intelligence committee goes to war with itself over Russian Federation investigation

According to Nunes, former National Intelligence Committee director James Clapper, former CIA director John Brennan and former deputy Attorney General Sally Yates have all agreed to provide testimo...

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Rahul hails Yogi's farm loan waiver

Rahul hails Yogi's farm loan waiver

Siddharth Nath Singh, health minister in the UP government said the state government has chose to forgo Non-Performing Assets (NPA) worth Rs 5,630 crore. According to the Congress, the waiver falls fa...

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Rahul, Yechury discuss tactics on amendments to GST bills

Rahul, Yechury discuss tactics on amendments to GST bills

However, due to our federal structure, where the Centre now levies multiple excise and service tax rates (with or without abatements) and states levy a plethora of taxes like VAT, entry tax, entertain...

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North Korea tops Trump's agenda with China's Xi

The statement from U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson totalled 23 words: "North Korea launched yet another intermediate range ballistic missile ". "I've joked before that they don't mind being hat...

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Jeff Merkley protests Neil Gorsuch with one-man filibuster

The proposed rule change has been dubbed the "nuclear option", and the Republican president has urged McConnell to do it. Rob Portman has confirmed he will vote with other Republicans to force a vot...

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Assad not to blame for gas attack: Russian Federation

Assad not to blame for gas attack: Russian Federation

USA officials said there were some indications nerve gas had been used, though they suggested it could also be another in a series of chlorine gas attacks by Assad's military. Trump spoke at a White ...

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St Petersburg metro attacker identified

St Petersburg metro attacker identified

According to reports in Russian Federation, the death toll could have been higher if an additional explosive device that was found had exploded, but it was dismantled upon locating it at the train s...

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US, Russia trade claims on chemical weapons in Syria

In Brussels , world leaders held a moment of silence for the victims at the start of a conference on the future of Syria. "How many more children have to die before Russian Federation cares?" "Th...

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Asian shares mixed ahead of Trump-Xi meeting

This budding shift of power dynamics has alarmed US allies and partners in the region and raised the stakes as Trump prepares to welcome Xi for a two-day summit starting Thursday at his Mar-a-Lago est...

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States can reclassify national highways as city roads

States can reclassify national highways as city roads

Sharma clarified that the matter was a state subject and any decision on this can only be taken by the state governments concerned. "Numerous hotels are in heavy debt and they may not be able to susta...

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North Korea May Have Tested New Technology In Latest Missile Which Failed

Early on Wednesday morning, the North Korean military tested another medium-range ballistic missile, which splashed down in the Sea of Japan. But behind the tactical differences in how to approach N...

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Court rules 1964 civil rights law protects LGBT workers from bias

Court rules 1964 civil rights law protects LGBT workers from bias

In doing so, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals found that the same federal laws that prohibit workplace discrimination based upon race, color, religion, or sex should also grant the same protectio...

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Blaming Assad, Trump says Syria attack 'cannot be tolerated'

Blaming Assad, Trump says Syria attack 'cannot be tolerated'

When you kill innocent children, innocent babies... with a chemical gas that is so lethal that people were shocked to hear what gas it was, that crosses many, many lines. President Donald Trump is ...

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A second use of chemical weapons defies Russia's tolerance

Assad was known to hold large quantities of "precursor chemicals" used to make sarin, and although the government surrendered much of that material, it's possible that some was left undeclared to worl...

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More births expected for Muslims than Christians worldwide

More births expected for Muslims than Christians worldwide

Between 2010 and 2015, births to Muslims made up an estimated 31 percent of all babies born around the world-surpassing the current Muslim share of the population, estimated to be 24 percent. That was...

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UP: Yogi govt waives off farmers loans up to Rs. 1 lakh

UP: Yogi govt waives off farmers loans up to Rs. 1 lakh

With Uttar Pradesh Government waiving off Rs 36,359-crore loan for the state's farmers, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi expressed his happiness over the development saying that the Bharatiya Jana...

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ISIS Second-in-Command Ayad al-Jumaili Killed in Airstrike: Iraqi Military

ISIS Second-in-Command Ayad al-Jumaili Killed in Airstrike: Iraqi Military

Meanwhile OIR has released its latest Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF-OIR) Monthly Civilian Casualty Report , which admitted 9 additional civilian deaths caused by the ...

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UN diplomat: Security Council to meet Trump at White House

Some may point to the situation as a win for Gen McMaster, but Mr Bannon had apparently attended NSC meetings infrequently, with reports suggesting he attended only one meeting in the last month. Mo...

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Korea Launched Another Missile, And The US Is Done Talking About It

North Korea fired a ballistic missile into its eastern waters Wednesday. Some analysts suggested that the launch might be another attempt to develop a new ballistic missile, saying it was unusual...

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Spain pledges not to veto independent Scotland joining EU

Spain pledges not to veto independent Scotland joining EU

The announcements have been welcomed by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at the start of her week visiting the United States. However, he added that "we don't encourage the breakup of any member states,...

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Trump to confer with Merkel, other leaders

The attack Tuesday killed more than 70 people, including more than a dozen children, and left hundreds more suffering from effects of the gas. He did not elaborate on what the US may do in response....

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Death toll from Syria chemical attack rises to 75

Obama had put Assad on notice that using chemical weapons would cross a "red line" necessitating a US response, but then failed to follow through, pulling back from planned airstrikes on Assad's force...

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Israel condemns Syria chemical attack, calls it a 'stain' on humanity

The comments, which came just a few days after Washington said it was no longer focused on making Assad leave power, widened a rift between the Kremlin and Trump's White House after initial signals ...

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St Petersburg metro bomber identified as Kyrgyz man

St Petersburg metro bomber identified as Kyrgyz man

The head of Russia's Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin ordered officials to look into any potential "links" between the alleged attacker and the Islamic State group. The driver of the St. ...

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Syria attack symptoms consistent with nerve agent use, World Health Organization says

He added that he "would like to see those culpable pay a price for this". "There were also 17 women among the dead and the death toll could rise further because there are people missing", the Syrian O...

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Asian stocks drift sideways as Trump-Xi meeting approaches

Still, Trump told the Financial Times newspaper that during his meeting with Xi, he doesn't "want to talk about tariffs yet, perhaps the next time we meet". The letters read "North Korea fired a balli...

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Big hail, heavy rains pelt Deep South as storms move in

It looks like by the time this moves into the area we'll see our storms developing into more of a squall line which would be more conducive to strong damaging straight-line winds. The severe weather t...

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Authorities confirm sighting of Amber Alert suspect in Tennessee

Authorities confirm sighting of Amber Alert suspect in Tennessee

Authorities in Tennessee said they have had contact with the man in the video, confirmed his identity and have determined he is not the subject of the Amber Alert . Sources close to the investigati...

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Fox News, Bill O'Reilly face growing public pressure after settlements report

In total, he and Fox News have settled cases with five different women over allegations that included "verbal abuse, lewd comments, unwanted advances and [inappropriate] phone calls". On Monday, a f...

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UN Chief Alarmed By Israel's Approval Of New Settlement

PLO officials weren't almost so upbeat about the move, saying they believe it once again underscores that the Israeli government is more interested in appeasing the settler population than it is tryin...

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Sunny skies return on Sunday, but rain in the near future

Sunny skies return on Sunday, but rain in the near future

West wind 15 to 20 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 30 miles per hour. Temperatures will warm to near 80 today , about 15 degrees above normal. Tonight: Mainly Clear. A sunny and warm Sunda...

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College Basketball Gonzaga Bulldogs vs South Carolina Gamecocks Start Time, Betting Odds

College Basketball Gonzaga Bulldogs vs South Carolina Gamecocks Start Time, Betting Odds

South Carolina's Chris Silva blocked a shot, but appeared to accidentally poke Karnowski in the eye during the follow through. And we've been guarding them, their plays really well all week. The f...

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