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Emergency declared after Egypt bombings

Emergency declared after Egypt bombings

George's Church in the Nile Delta city of Tanta. Following Morsi's overthrow by Sisi, then an army chief, in 2013, a state of emergency was declared for a month after deadly clashes between police...

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Afghan outrage at 'Mother Of All Bombs' blast

The bomb, known officially as a GBU-43B, unleashes 11 tons of explosives and detonates in the air, about 1.8 metres above the ground. Our guests in Kabul say civilians there are asking if any mo...

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US berates Syria at OPCW meeting on Syrian chemical attack

Russian Federation on Wednesday vetoed a US-backed resolution at the United Nations demanding the Syrian government cooperate with an investigation of a suspected chemical attack. Singling out Vladimi...

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Park Geun-Hye awaits ruling over her arrest

Park Geun-Hye awaits ruling over her arrest

About 2,000 police were present in case of violence between Park's supporters and the much larger numbers of South Koreans who had been calling for her ouster and arrest. But the court disagreed, and ...

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Syria's Assad says chemical attack was '100 percent fabrication'

Syria's Assad says chemical attack was '100 percent fabrication'

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has begun an investigation into the alleged attack, but Russian Federation on Wednesday blocked a UN Security Council resolution demandi...

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2 men in Aceh face caning for homosexual intercourse

2 men in Aceh face caning for homosexual intercourse

Aceh is the only region in Indonesia, a plural democracy, which allows local authorities to maintain parallel laws and police forces based on religious interpretations. In October, President Joko "Jok...

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Spicer apologizes for 'insensitive' reference to Holocaust

The attack in northern Syria left almost 90 people dead, and Turkey's health minister said tests show sarin gas was used. In the ADL's letter to Spicer, Greenblatt noted that the press secretary mad...

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Amarinder Singh to convene meeting to review VIP security

Amarinder Singh to convene meeting to review VIP security

He said: "Amarinder should not have let a personal incident cloud his judgement and he should have refrained from making disparaging remarks against Sajjan as well as all other Punjabi representatives...

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Life beyond earth? Try Saturn's moon Enceladus

Enceladus is known as "ocean world" due to the global ocean that lies beneath its icy crust. The space agency presented its findings in a paper, which was published on April 13 in the journal Scien...

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Learner drivers to prove sat nav skills in test shake-up

Learner drivers to prove sat nav skills in test shake-up

The reforms are being introduced despite concerns that they could erode motoring skills and make drivers too reliant on gadgets. The new manoeuvres in the test will allow candidates to be assessed o...

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Donald Trump Didn't Realize North Korean Diplomacy "Isn't So Easy"

Trump is betting on the notion that trade is very important for China. While the missile strikes against Assad have sparked new calls for a war vote, some lawmakers say the focus should still be on ...

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Erdogan and Putin back investigation into Syria chemical attack

Syria's President Bashar-al Assad says reports of a chemical attack by his forces were "100% fabrication". "The Director-General shared with the council the immediate steps taken by technical secret...

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China warns: "Conflict with North Korea could break out at any moment"

President Trump issued a series of tweets on Tuesday calling on China to "solve the North Korean problem". In an exclusive interview with The Associated Press in Pyongyang, Mr Han warned the USA a...

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Amid row over Jadhav, India cancels maritime talks with Pak

According to reports, the Ministry of Defence has not given clearance for the delegation's visit. Baglay said Jadhav is an innocent Indian who is a retired officer of the Indian Navy and these two t...

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Trump, Xi talked Syria strike over 'beautiful' chocolate cake

Trump, Xi talked Syria strike over 'beautiful' chocolate cake

We talked a lot of things". The President said the discussion occurred over the "most handsome piece of chocolate cake that you've ever seen". "Otherwise, we're just going to go it alone", Trump sai...

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Venezuela Top Court Reverses Ruling on National Assembly Powers

But his ratings have sunk to just over 20 percent as Venezuelans struggle with recession, lack of food and medicine and the highest inflation and murder rates in the world. He sees the government hard...

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Stockholm Truck Attacker Identified as Reported ISIS Sympathizer, Denied Residency in Sweden

Stockholm Truck Attacker Identified as Reported ISIS Sympathizer, Denied Residency in Sweden

Witnesses say the truck drove straight into the entrance of the Ahlens Department Store on Drottninggatan, the city's biggest pedestrian street, sending shoppers screaming and running. Police said the...

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Russian Federation condemns United States over 'absurd' response to Mosul civilian deaths

Russian Federation condemns United States over 'absurd' response to Mosul civilian deaths

Canada announced on Thursday it will extend for three months its mission against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria, where it is part of a US-led global coalition. Iraqi F-16s carried out a str...

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Iran's ex-president Ahmadinejad to run for president

Iran's ex-president Ahmadinejad to run for president

Jerusalem Post political analyst Herb Keinon thinks it's unlikely Ahmadinejad will run in May in part because Supreme Leader Ali Ayatollah Khamenei discouraged him last September from pursuing reele...

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Trump is still learning what most people already know

Trump is still learning what most people already know

At the end of the trip, Trump said that the two leaders' relationship was "outstanding" and that they looked forward to "being together many times in the future". China's cooperation on North Korea. ...

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Rivlin sends condolences to Egypt after church attacks

Rivlin sends condolences to Egypt after church attacks

The suicide bombings were carried out at two Coptic churches in Tanta and Alexandria during the Palm Sunday services. US strongly condemns.' He said he has "great confidence" that President Sissi ...

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Delta Air Lines to offer $10K for bumping

The passenger had refused to accept United's offer of $800 in compensation for his seat. A United Airline Airbus A320 aircraft lands at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., Apr...

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Arkansas Supreme Court halts execution of 1 of 7 inmates

Arkansas Supreme Court halts execution of 1 of 7 inmates

Last month, the state claimed to have received a supply of potassium chloride, the compound used to stop the heart. The 60-year-old was convicted of murdering a female convenience store worker and w...

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Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 15

Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 15

Sunny weather is expected on Saturday as free Easter egg hunts are planned throughout Grant County. It is sponsored by the Anaconda-Deer Lodge Chamber of Commerce and the Washoe Theater. The Histori...

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Tanaka finds form, Yanks beat Cards 4-3 for fifth straight win

Yankees got two right back in the bottom of that frame. Chapman allowed a two-out walk to Randal Grichuk and a double to pinch-hitter Jose Martinez before Dexter Fowler - the closer's teammate on t...

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China agrees to 'strong measures' if N. Korea conducts N-test

China agrees to 'strong measures' if N. Korea conducts N-test

A full US Navy strike group, including the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, has been diverted from Australia to the Western Pacific, in what many are calling increased vigilance on the part of the US...

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Newark will stick with police reforms despite Sessions' call for review

Newark will stick with police reforms despite Sessions' call for review

Attorney General Jeff Sessions requested a review Monday of consent decrees the Obama DOJ made with various police departments. The Justice Department asked a federal judge Monday night to delay a...

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Syria's Assad claims United States 'fabricated' chemical attack, despite consensus

The Syrian president also maintained that his army's weaponry has seen no adverse effects from the US missile strikes on its airbase. The chemical attacks in Syria that left more than 80 men, women...

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Egypt's PM addresses parliament before vote on state of emergency

Egypt's PM addresses parliament before vote on state of emergency

As Holy Week continues, we urge you to pray without ceasing for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi declared the measure in a televised address on Su...

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Airlines pushing back on talk of banning overbooking flights

Airlines pushing back on talk of banning overbooking flights

During his interview on Wednesday, Munoz expressed regret for his earlier comments, saying he did not blame the passenger and that his initial words "fell short" of what he felt. "Any one of us could'...

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UP cabinet clears Rs 36359 cr loan waiver for farmers

UP cabinet clears Rs 36359 cr loan waiver for farmers

According to the statement, Adityanath said stress will also laid be on imparting training to youth for which the help of national skill development mission will be taken. Sources in the state governm...

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Police curb movement in parts of Jammu and Kashmir after poll violence

In Shopian, people took to the streets after security forces arrested suspected troublemakers on Sunday night. As per reports, almost 200 instances of violence were recorded on the voting day as pro...

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'Mother of all bombs' killed 94 ISIS fighters, Afghan officials say

The officials say Gen. John Nicholson has standing authority to use the largest non-nuclear bomb ever dropped in combat. Residents in villages kilometers away from the target area felt Thursday's po...

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Northern Ireland power-sharing talks given extended deadline

Northern Ireland power-sharing talks given extended deadline

Party leaders have said that their talks have been constructive but there has been little progress on key issues. According to a United Kingdom government statement "the current phase of roundtable ...

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US Assessing 'Military Options' as North Korea Test Looms

US Assessing 'Military Options' as North Korea Test Looms

Trump has diverted the Carl Vinson Strike Group to near the Korean peninsula, from a planned port call in Australia, in a show of force aimed at deterring North Korea launching another missile. The ...

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