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Formula One: Vettel holds off Hamilton for win in Bahrain GP

It was the third grand slam of Hamilton's career insofar as the Stevenage-born racer landing pole position, the win, registering the fastest lap and leading every lap. "It was a great team effort toda...

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Le Pen Says France Not Responsible for Nazi's Vel d'Hiv Round-Up

In all, about 75,000 Jews were deported from France to Nazi concentration camps during the Second World War. "I don't think France is responsible for the Vel d'Hiv", the leader of the National F...

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IS launches chlorine gas attacks in western Mosul

In 2012, work began to build a new stadium on the same spot with a planned capacity of more than 20,000, but like the Mosul club's Iraqi Premier League aspirations, those plans were also thwarted by...

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Cyclone Cook: Evacuations as huge storm lashes north New Zealand

MetService predicted winds from the storm could gust to 150 kilometers (93 miles) per hour and that waves could rise to over 5 meters (16 feet). Authorities have also asked people to avoid hardest-...

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States can now stop funding Planned Parenthood

In April of a year ago, the Obama administration sent a letter to all 50 states warning them that they can't really defund Planned Parenthood. "Taxpayers should not be forced to fund abortion, pla...

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Americans are not confident in Trump's ability to deal with North Korea

Americans are not confident in Trump's ability to deal with North Korea

Trump commented on North Korea after he was asked about the USA military's decision to drop the largest non-nuclear weapon it has ever used in combat on an area of eastern Afghanistan. The Trump admin...

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Ecuador's ruling leftist party celebrates win as opposition alleges fraud

The business groups also called for calm and to avoid "acts of violence in defense of democracy and respect for the popular sovereignty", despite siding with supporter of Lasso who have indirectly cal...

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Erdogan on Referendum Result: 'Historic Decision on Turkey's Governance System'

Turkey's prime minister has declared a victory based on unofficial results for backers of a referendum to greatly expand the powers of the country's president. Although the result, if officially con...

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Sonu Nigam's 'Azaan' rant takes Twitter by storm

Sonu Nigam's 'Azaan' rant takes Twitter by storm

I am not a Muslim and I have to be woken up by the Azaan in the morning. He further mentioned that Prophet Mohammad did not have electricity to use speakers during old times and called it cacophony ...

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After Pulwama college, clashes between security forces and students in Srinagar

After Pulwama college, clashes between security forces and students in Srinagar

The mob swelled as more students joined and pelted stones on the forces". Police resorted to teargas shelling, triggering clashes. Medical sources said 54 students were injured in the clashes. Armed...

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US, Russia agree to work on international investigation of Syrian chemical attack

US, Russia agree to work on international investigation of Syrian chemical attack

The meetings come on the heels of a USA missile strike on an air base in Syria in retaliation for a chemical weapon attack on civilians that's been blamed on the Bashar al-Assad regime. North Atlant...

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Pence says 'era of strategic patience' is over

Last week, the U.S. Navy sent U.S. Navy's Carrier Strike Group 1, which includes the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson , to the Western Pacific near waters just off the Korean Peninsula. He didn't res...

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Ex-S. Korean leader Park indicted and now faces trial

Ousted South Korean president Park Geun-hye arrives for a court hearing at the Seoul Central District Court on 30 March. Prosecutors have therefore decided not to indict SK chairman Chey Tae-won but...

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Activists fear federal review of United States police agreements could imperil reforms

The Justice Department on Monday asked the judge overseeing the plan, called a consent decree, to postpone for 90 days a scheduled hearing Thursday. "We have a very serious problem in this country wit...

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North Korea rolls out missiles at parade to celebrate founder's birthday

North Korea rolls out missiles at parade to celebrate founder's birthday

A live broadcast on North Korean state television Saturday showed Kim Jong-Un, 33, wearing a black suit and saluting as tanks, missiles and other hardware rolled through Kim Il-Sung Square. "The missi...

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Egypt says second church bomber identified

Sunday's bombings, claimed by the Islamic State group, are the latest escalation by the extremist group - which recently vowed to step up its attacks against Egypt's embattled Christian minority. "T...

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North Korean leader appears in parade

Since President Donald Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping last week and threatened trade retaliation against China if they failed to cooperate on denuclearizing North Korea , it seems Ch...

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Global bishops unite in prayer following Egypt church bombings

Global bishops unite in prayer following Egypt church bombings

Copts, who make up about one tenth of Egypt's population of more than 92 million, have been targeted several times in recent months. Seventeen people including at least four police officers were kil...

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US Vice President Flies to Seoul as Tensions in North Korea Flare

One former high-ranking intelligence official briefed on the program said the effort was stymied by North Korea's utter secrecy and extreme isolation of its communications systems. "It's moving. There...

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13 arrested in California pro and anti-Trump rallies

13 arrested in California pro and anti-Trump rallies

She rode a bus from New Jersey to New York City with her friend Geraldine Markowitz, 83, to take part in protests . In Washington, D.C., one of Trump's sharpest critics in the House spoke to protes...

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Pence to visit Korean Demilitarized Zone

While the North did not conduct a nuclear test, the specter of a potential escalated USA response trailed Pence as he began a 10-day trip to Asia. Pence is landing at Camp Bonifas just south of the ...

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At Easter, Trump has yet to find a church home in DC

At Easter, Trump has yet to find a church home in DC

Senior White House officials argued that the decision to keep the logs secret is in line with what previous administrations have done, except for President Barack Obama's, and that continuing Obama's...

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Putin and Rouhani, in phone call, condemn US aggression in Syria

Putin and Rouhani, in phone call, condemn US aggression in Syria

Kaine said he supported President Trump's decision last Thursday to launch a missile strike in Syria as a response to the Syrian government's chemical weapons attack against a northern Syrian town...

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Trump tells Estes: Get here as soon as possible

GOP strategists warned in recent days that Democrat James Thompson , a civil rights attorney, was in striking distance against Estes, Kansas state treasurer from Wichita , in the special election ...

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Tottenham have learned last season's lessons, says boss Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham have learned last season's lessons, says boss Mauricio Pochettino

Kane, starting for the first time since injuring his ankle last month, wrapped up Tottenham's seventh successive league win after 48 minutes, turning Simon Francis all too easily and firing low past B...

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First female candidates vie for Iranian presidency

First female candidates vie for Iranian presidency

Under Iranian law, there's no fee for registering. Controversial presidential candidate Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is confident that the United States is in no way a threat to his home nation of Iran, as...

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Turkey's Erdogan claims victory in historic referendum to expand his powers

But voting patterns showed Turkey deeply divided over the changes, with the No vote victorious in the country s three biggest cities. With 99 percent of the vote counted, 51.37 percent voted in favo...

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Sean Spicer apologises amid uproar over Holocaust remark

Not to have the segment cut short, Hennen disagreed saying, "I think what he was saying is that Hitler didn't take chemical weapons out in a battle-like form and do what Assad did with these children"...

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Kompany makes his mark as Man City (eventually) win comfortably at Saints

The injury-plagued City skipper rose highest to head in a David Siva corner for his first goal since August 2015. The Citizens did manage to get their second goal with 13 minutes to play, as Ler...

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Australia will Work Closer with India, Says PM Turnbull

The commercial deals for the supply of uranium are being further negotiated. India and Australia signed agreements Monday on cooperating to combat worldwide terrorism and transnational organized cri...

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China seeks Russia's help to 'cool' N. Korea situation

State TV showed images of the Pukkuksong-2 submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs) on trucks for the first time as the country continues to pursue an aggressive military and nuclear deterrent po...

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'Right time' to use huge bomb, says US general

The Islamic State group's Aamaq news agency denied that any of its fighters were killed or wounded, citing a source within the group. The Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb - nicknamed the Mother of Al...

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North Korea condemns US missile attack on Syria

But I do think it necessarily sends a signal to Xi Jinping that this is a president that means business. North Korea is pledging to boost its defenses following President Trump's decision to strike ...

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John Kelly warns that one DUI could mean deportation

John Kelly warns that one DUI could mean deportation

But it all comes down to the law, doesn't it? And that is to execute and uphold the nation's laws. I would hope that the congress fixes a lot of these problems. It's a very complicated problem. "The...

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Frazier homers, Pirates beat Cubs for sweep

Frazier homers, Pirates beat Cubs for sweep

Pittsburgh Pirates' Phil Gosselin, left, celebrates with Starling Marte , center, their win over the Chicago Cubs , Saturday , April 15, 2017 , in Chicago . "When a ball is well struck, when you'r...

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