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Hollande, Trudeau Pay Tribute to Canada's WWI Casualties

On Sunday, Prince William, Prince Harry, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared together, as part of a group of leaders paying tribute to a historic battle. The four-day battle was a de...

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Trump won't say if he greenlit use of 'mother of all bombs'

Trump won't say if he greenlit use of 'mother of all bombs'

The almost 22,000-pound "MOAB" - standing for Massive Ordnance Air Blast, or as it's also known, the "Mother of All Bombs" - was designed during the Iraq War but had never before been used on the batt...

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FACT CHECK: Do Trump's Mar-a-Lago trips cost $3 million?

FACT CHECK: Do Trump's Mar-a-Lago trips cost $3 million?

The federal government has reportedly said it would reimburse the county for Trump's security costs. But commissioners said they're not sure when they'll see those reimbursement checks. Britain's Dail...

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Hillary Clinton: Putin's Russia Will Continue to Meddle in U.S

Hillary Clinton: Putin's Russia Will Continue to Meddle in U.S

To view the full article, register now. The Full Frontal host saluted the former senator and secretary of state Wednesday while introducing her at the Women in the World Summit in NY. "He had hi...

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The Russian noose tightens on Trump

The Russian noose tightens on Trump

He has been connected with Russian officials and companies, including Gazprom. His lecture delivered to the graduates of Russia's elite school of economics on July 7 included a critique of America's f...

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Trump Thanks Chinese President For Visit, US Military For Syria Attack

The leaders of the world's two most powerful economies agreed to a 100-day plan to discuss trade talks directed at boosting U.S. exports and reducing Washington's trade deficit with China, according t...

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New Zealanders evacuated from parts of coast as storm hits

New Zealanders evacuated from parts of coast as storm hits

The cyclone formed around Vanuatu on Sunday before moving towards New Caledonia, bringing heavy rain and winds and causing cuts to power and water supplies. Cyclone Cook on Monday dumped heavy rain on...

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Opponents join forces in mass march against Zuma

EFF leader Julius Malema leaves the stage at the Day of Action march against the leadership of President Jacob Zuma held in Pretoria on 12 April 2017. No memorandum was handed over, he said, because Z...

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South Africa's Zuma says not stressed by opposition marches

We are united on the goal of winning back our attractive country". Phumzile Van Damme , MP and DA national spokesperson, said following Zuma's reshuffle, her party launched the petition at the we...

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Centurion: Ronaldo becomes 1st player to score 100 European goals

Ibrahimovic and Ronaldo are obviously two different players, but they both share common traits, one of which is having an appetite for victory and glory and achieving feats many doubted. "We had no ...

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NEW CIA director denounces WikiLeaks as "hostile intelligence agency"

Pompeo made a decision to go public with his comments against WikiLeaks and Assange in the last few weeks, after WikiLeaks released Central Intelligence Agency hacking tools last month. He also de...

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Russia, US at odds as OPCW probes Syria gas attack

Erdogan's office said in a statement that the two leaders held a telephone conversation on Thursday, during which the Turkish leader stressed that the use of chemical weapons "is the greatest crime ...

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Passenger dragged on United suffered concussion, broken nose: lawyer

Dao's lawyer said earlier Thursday that Dao suffered a concussion and broken nose when airport officers employed by the city dragged him from the plane to make room for United crew members. Dao's daug...

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US Navy Strike Group Joins Japan to Provide Options Against Pyongyang

He said that China sticks to the target of the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula and that China is committed to peace and stability of the peninsula. "We have a very big problem in North Korea"...

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Trump Dives Into Surprisingly Competitive House Election in Solidly GOP Kansas

The district went for Trump by 27 points. Unofficial final vote tallies show Estes scored a 7 percent victory over Thompson. Democratic challenger James Thompson said , "Estes himself couldn't de...

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Pyongyang provocation: North Korea 'about to carry out nuclear test'

Pyongyang provocation: North Korea 'about to carry out nuclear test'

London [U.K.], April 13: North Korea appears to be preparing to conduct a nuclear test in a show of defiance towards United States President Donald Trump, who has not ruled out military action to pres...

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Trump, in fresh warning: North Korea 'will be taken care of'

Earlier Thursday, the U.S. military dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb ever deployed in combat at targets in Afghanistan. China has since sent its top nuclear negotiators to Pyongyang to communica...

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China warns N Korea of sanctions, calls USA to ease tension

China warns N Korea of sanctions, calls USA to ease tension

He didn't provide a breakdown of trade, leaving it unclear how the gap was made up. "I hope the administration realizes that when Trump says, "if they won't do it, I will", which is the tone if not ...

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Trump accepts Xi's China invitation

Trump, who is spending the weekend at his Florida resort, tweeted a brief explanation Saturday of why the military didn't strike the runways in its bombardment of the Syrian air field, writing, "they ...

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Manafort expected to register as foreign agent for past Ukraine work

And the Podesta Group, a Washington lobbying firm that worked with Manafort, filed paperwork Wednesday to register as a foreign agent, acknowledging that work Manafort reportedly oversaw could hav...

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Turkey need not choose between Russia, US: Cavusoglu

With an attack on a Syrian air base, the United States has now bombed the two main players in Syrian war - President Bashar Assad's military and the Islamic State. Michael O'Hanlon of the Brookings In...

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US drops 'mother of all bombs' in Afghanistan, marking weapon's first use

This is the first recorded instance that a GBU-43/B - which the USA military designed in the early 2000s during the Iraq War - has been used in a combat scenario. Those who witnessed the attack on the...

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New satellite images show North Korea ready for another nuclear test

Japan, the only country to have ever been on the receiving end of an atomic bomb, is deeply troubled by North Korea's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons. The North Koreans take these actions as defe...

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Here's how much airlines will pay you to give up your seat

Here's how much airlines will pay you to give up your seat

So Delta was offering top dollar to anyone who would agree to give up a seat. The woman says she asked a woman at the desk what could be done and she offered Delta gift cards. We saw what happened...

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At least 4 people shot at Atlanta transit station

WSB quoted officials as saying all the victims were in their 30s. According to local media, the attacker appeared to fire randomly at people on the MATRA train in Atlanta, not long after it departed...

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Mob kills Pakistani university student for spreading blasphemy on social media

Mob kills Pakistani university student for spreading blasphemy on social media

Police in Pakistan say a mob killed a university student April 13 over alleged blasphemy. The university has been shut for an indefinite period of time. A video footage of the incident showed Khan l...

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Civil Rights Law Protects LGBT Employees, Says Appeals Court

Civil Rights Law Protects LGBT Employees, Says Appeals Court

The trial court held that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act , which prohibits employers from discriminating against workers on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin and religion, does n...

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Donald Trump ordered Syria strikes while eating 'the most beautiful cake'

And I was given the message from the generals. "I really think that there's going to be a lot of pressure on Russian Federation to make sure that peace happens because frankly, if Russian Federation...

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Russia's Lavrov warns United States over Syria in heated start to talks

Russia's Lavrov warns United States over Syria in heated start to talks

Lavrov said he emphasized the need for a wide-ranging OPCW probe during Wednesday's talks in Moscow with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, suggesting that Western nations, Russian Federation an...

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Russia says it won't broadcast Eurovision Song Contest

Russia says it won't broadcast Eurovision Song Contest

Channel One said it took its decision after receiving a letter from the contest's organizer, the European Broadcasting Union , saying it had been "unable to resolve the issue". Ukraine's ban has an...

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Lawyer: Dragged passenger lost 2 teeth and broke his nose

The first-of-its-kind legislation from U.S. Representative Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) would abolish what has become deeply thorny territory for airlines. "[Dao] told me he left Vietnam in 1975 when Sai...

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GOP congressman says Spicer 'needs to go' after Hitler comments

GOP congressman says Spicer 'needs to go' after Hitler comments

Mike Coffman (R-Colo.) said Spicer "needs to go" because he is not serving President Donald Trump well. MSNBC reporter Hallie Jackson appeared to knock White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer for ...

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Assad denies regime used chemical weapons

Assad denies regime used chemical weapons

He told the AFP news agency: "There was no order to make any attack". Trump's administration initially took a hands-off approach to Syria, with Assad raising the possibility the new USA presiden...

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GOP Congressman calls for Spicer's resignation after Hitler comments

I was trying to draw a distinction of the tactic of using airplanes to drop chemical weapons on population centers. - Much like the more than 100 people, including children, killed by Assad in the l...

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Protesters out again in Venezuela

Protesters out again in Venezuela

The demonstrations in the capital and several other cities came a day after Maduro's government prohibited Capriles from running for office for 15 years. The court has consistently ruled in Maduro's f...

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