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Syria Missile Attack: Satellite Photos Show Major Damage to Airfields

Syria Missile Attack: Satellite Photos Show Major Damage to Airfields

US Ambassador Nikki Haley has delivered a warning at an emergency session of the UN Security Council. "Yes", Menendez said . "But anything more sustained, they need to come to Congress". When K...

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Russia bans images of Putin linked to 'gay clown' meme

Russia bans images of Putin linked to 'gay clown' meme

It's actually unclear which image as the list of banned "extremist" materials does not actually include a depiction of the image that is banned, but it probably looks something like the photo ab...

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Four Tied Atop Masters Leaderboard: Hoffman, Garcia, Fowler, Pieters

Four Tied Atop Masters Leaderboard: Hoffman, Garcia, Fowler, Pieters

The 37-year-old Garcia has yet to win a major tournament, but he doesn't need reminding of this. Rose was tied with McGirt until a bogey on 18. "Being part of a major is exciting already, having...

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Chicago Protesters Blast Trump's Missile Strike On Syria

Just last week Mr Tillerson said President Assad's future would be "decided by the Syrian people" . The couple feels like Syria has been facing Assad alone for six years, but they say all tha...

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N Korea calls US strikes on Syria 'unforgivable'

N Korea calls US strikes on Syria 'unforgivable'

North Korea is dipping its toe into situation in Syria. When President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet later this week, addressing the North Korea problem will be high on the agenda. Whi...

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Krispy Kreme owners plan to buy Panera Bread for $7.5 billion

Krispy Kreme owners plan to buy Panera Bread for $7.5 billion

Panera Bread soared 13.8 per cent after the sandwich and soup chain agreed to be bought by European conglomerate JAB for more than $7 billion. Panera stock has jumped on recent days thanks to rumors ...

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Party politics defeats policy in U.S. Senate

Party politics defeats policy in U.S. Senate

First Democrats mounted a filibuster in an effort to block Gorsuch by denying him the 60 votes needed to advance to a final vote. The vote comes after the majority Republicans changed the rules to abo...

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Formula One: Hamilton romps to pole position in China

Ricciardo is likely to be happy in fifth given Red Bull were working on his auto right up to the start of qualifying but he trailed Raikkonen in fourth by almost a second. "I think our auto is stron...

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Syria strike 'vindicates' North Korea's nuclear choice

Japan, together with the USA and South Korea, tightened sanctions in December 2016, following North Korea's nuclear and missile tests. The council the failed test followed a missile launch on March ...

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Russian Federation warns of serious consequences from U.S. strike in Syria

Russia, which supports Assad, has confirmed that Syria attacked the town on Tuesday but insists it hit a rebel-held depot that was holding "toxic" weapons, and played no role in the deadly attack itse...

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Syrian rebels welcome US missile attack

Syrian rebels welcome US missile attack

The cruise missile attack allowed the U.S.to avoid destroying Russian air defense units in Syria , reducing the risk of retaliation. A US official said Syrian planes took off from the base toda...

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LSE chief Rolet travels with May to Saudi Arabia

LSE chief Rolet travels with May to Saudi Arabia

The talks also focused on recent developments in regional and worldwide situations. May also said she would continue to raise the issue of women's rights in Saudi Arabia, suggesting they would be ab...

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Chelsea maintains EPL title charge beating Bournemouth 3-1

Chelsea maintains EPL title charge beating Bournemouth 3-1

After London rivals Tottenham Hotspur thumped Watford 4-0 to cut their lead to four points, Chelsea faced a potentially hard visit to the sun-drenched south coast. "We were a bit exhausted towards...

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Princess Victoria Breaks Down in Tears While Visiting Stockholm Terrorist Attack Site

April. 8: Swedish police have claimed that the suspect arrested in connection with the attack on a crowd of people in central Stockholm is from Uzbekistan and known to security services, local media...

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Venezuelan president urges court to review ruling on congress powers

In an address early after a Friday night meeting presided over by Maduro, the National Security Council announced it was supporting a review by the court "with the goal of maintaining institutional st...

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North Korea calls US strikes on Syria 'unforgivable'

USA president Donald Trump has said his meetings with China's president Xi Jinping went well but regarding progress on trade "only time will tell". But the two days of meetings appeared heavier on...

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President Trump repeals Obama broadband rules

On Monday, United States president Donald Trump officially repealed the federal online privacy protections from past year. The House voted 215-205 to reject the rule. He continued: "American consu...

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Senate Confirms Gorsuch To Supreme Court

Judge Gorsuch of the Tenth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was tapped by President Donald Trump on February 1 to fill a vacancy left on the bench by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February 201...

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Tens of thousands march against Jacob Zuma in South Africa

Tens of thousands march against Jacob Zuma in South Africa

Demonstrators demanded the resignation of the scandal-tainted Zuma , who for now retains the support of a ruling party facing an internal revolt against the president. "Such actions have no place in ...

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Sens. Corker, Cardin: Trump Has No Long-Term Syria Plan

Sens. Corker, Cardin: Trump Has No Long-Term Syria Plan

The United Kingdom's ambassador to the U.N., Matthew Rycroft, strongly backed America's actions and accused Soliz of being "more outraged at the United States than the Assad regime". "Military actio...

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Russian Federation calls on United States to stop aggression in Syria

The Associated Press said USA military officials at the Pentagon said a drone belonging to either Russian Federation or Syria was seen hovering over the site of the chemical weapons attack in Idlib ...

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St Petersburg metro attack: 'Bomb' found in city raid

The identification of Kyrgyz-born ethnic Uzbek Akbarjon Jalilov as the bombing suspect stoked fears of police action targeting migrants from Central Asia and the Caucasus. Police found live bombs in t...

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Gibraltarians Snared in Brexit Spat Fear Spanish Influence

Gibraltarians Snared in Brexit Spat Fear Spanish Influence

Spain's acting foreign minister, José Manuel García-Margallo, warned that his country would demand control of Gibraltar the "very next day" after a British vote to exit the EU. Gibraltar's governme...

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UN Security Council strongly condemns North Korea missile test

Sporting links "have eased anxieties during times of escalating tensions" said Michael Spavor, director of Paektu Culture Exchange, which facilitates exchanges in multiple fields with the North. Japan...

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US Could Deploy Nuclear Weapons in South Korea

Officials from the three countries conducted a conference call late Thursday to discuss the Kim Jong Un regime's test-firing of a possible KN-15 missile, also known as Pukguksong-2, which flew about...

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India, Bangladesh ink 3 pacts on nuclear energy

A pact between National Defence College in Dhaka and National Defence College in New Delhi for enhancing cooperation in the field of national security, development and strategic studies was also ink...

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Led airstrikes kill 15 Syrians in Raqqa province

Led airstrikes kill 15 Syrians in Raqqa province

Four children and a woman were among those killed by the airstrikes that targeted the town of Haideh in the western countryside of Raqqa, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The US is so far...

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Russia's Lavrov says hopes Syria strikes won't irreparably hurt US ties

A US -led coalition has been bombing Islamic State-held territory across Syria , launching 24 strikes on Thursday alone, according to the USA military's Central Command. On March 27, the command cond...

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Sen. Rand Paul: Syria, Trump and Another Unconstitutional Rush to War

Sen. Rand Paul: Syria, Trump and Another Unconstitutional Rush to War

It appeared to be business as usual for the Syrian government after the United States strikes . Pressed on whether the Russians were actively participating in the safety calls, including one on F...

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Syria strikes latest of 21st century US military forays

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the missile attack, saying that Trump "sent a strong and clear message" that "the use and spread of chemical weapons will not be tolerated". The offi...

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Two Indiana lawmakers differ on Syrian airstrike

This is why there are so many refugees who have left Syria. Across the Middle East, leaders and Syrian refugees taking shelter throughout the region, welcomed the US escalation in the Syrian war wit...

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Hillary Clinton called for Syrian airbases to be 'taken out'

Hillary Clinton called for Syrian airbases to be 'taken out'

Clinton, in an interview at the Women in the World Summit in NY, also called Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election a theft more damaging than Watergate. Having dreamt for years of...

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Norway police find 'bomb-like' device, arrest suspect

The Groenland area is a multi-ethnic neighbourhood which is home to several popular bars and restaurants. Police swept through the area to remove people from bars and restaurants. The incident came ...

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Sweden says truck attack suspect is Uzbek-born

The individual has featured in previous intelligence reports from past year, Anders Thornberg, chief of the Security Service told the briefing. Police did not confirm if he drove the truck but pro...

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White House looks to bounce back after health care loss

White House looks to bounce back after health care loss

That goes for "Republican, Democrat, Obama appointee" and career civil servants, he added. The outgoing Democratic president declared the elections no more than an "intramural scrimmage" involving p...

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