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Turkish FM: Trump and Erdogan to meet in May

Turkish FM: Trump and Erdogan to meet in May

Turkey's main opposition party urged the country's electoral board Monday to cancel the results of. Trump called the Turkish leader on Monday shortly after global monitors delivered a harsh verdict ...

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Exxon Mobil Reportedly Wants To Resume Oil Deal With Russia

Exxon Mobil Reportedly Wants To Resume Oil Deal With Russia

The decision, reinforcing trade barriers erected by the United States over Russia's intervention in Ukraine, was another sign that President Trump has been unwilling or unable to improve relations...

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Aaron Hernandez's family to donate his brain for CTE research

Aaron Hernandez's family to donate his brain for CTE research

Hernandez attorney Jose Baez wouldn't say Thursday if he or the family believed potential brain damage from football led to Hernandez's suicide. The medical examiner's office said its investigat...

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'Extremist mosques must be closed' - French far-right leader Marine Le Pen

National Front leader, Marine Le Pen , even suspended her campaign for the day, out of respect for the victim. Le Pen is tipped to be one of the top two vote-getters who will qualify on Sunday for ...

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Sanctuary cities threatened with loss of federal grant money

Harten wrote in letters to local officials. The Obama administration warned cities after the report's release that they could miss out on grant money if they did not comply with the law, but it never ...

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German official: Dortmund attack suspect acted out of greed

The suspect, identified only as Sergei W.in keeping with Germany's privacy law, was detained in Freudenstadt, a Black Forest town in the southwestern German state of Baden-Württemberg (BW) earlier in ...

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Israel not to negotiate with Palestinian hunger strikers: minister

Israel not to negotiate with Palestinian hunger strikers: minister

The hunger strike was launched as the approaching half-century milestone of Israeli rule over Palestinians appeared to generate new interest in the long-running conflict, which in recent years was o...

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Wide area of San Francisco hit by power outage

But many people seemed to take the outage in stride, leaving offices or apartments to socialize on streets where traffic was more subdued than on typical work days. However, there were no injuries ...

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Opposition protests in Venezuela leave 2 deaths, 270 arrests

Opposition protests in Venezuela leave 2 deaths, 270 arrests

An hour into the march in Caracas, a 17-year-old boy was shot in the head, according to the Venezuela's public ministry, which said it had started investigating the incident. A demonstrator wearing a ...

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Trump Confident China Working `Very Hard' to Rein in North Korea

Trump Confident China Working `Very Hard' to Rein in North Korea

According to the report , the official said the USA has also seen an extraordinary number of Chinese military aircraft being brought up to full readiness through intensified maintenance. and if we...

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Snap poll expected to strengthen Theresa May

The main opposition Labour Party welcomed May's election call, meaning that it is nearly a foregone conclusion that May will obtain the two thirds support she needs in the House of Commons for the ele...

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RESULTS: How would you vote in a snap General Election in June?

The prime minister, who took office after David Cameron resigned following the European Union vote, is seeking a personal mandate for her plan to pull Britain out of Europe's single market. A choice...

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French police officer killed by gunman in 'targeted' Paris attack

A Belgian man identified by the media as a potential second suspect in the murder of a French police officer on the Champs Élysées on Thursday night has no connection to the attack, according to t...

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French economist who predicted Trump win is betting on Le Pen

The gunman, identified as Karim Cheurfi, opened fire on a police vehicle parked on the Champs Elysees in Paris late on Thursday, killing one officer and injuring two others before being shot dead....

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'India doesn't know Jadhav's location or how his health is,' government says

'India doesn't know Jadhav's location or how his health is,' government says

December 2016: Pakistan Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz tells the Pakistan Senate that there is not enough evidence against Jadhav. Swaraj further asserted that India will go "out of the way" to ...

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Trump eyes changes to Obama's tax and Wall Street rules

Mnuchin will have 150 days to recommend action to the president. He noted that the basic 1040 tax form has expanded over the years. "Individuals and business spend over 6.1 billion hours; the cost is ...

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Trump congratulates Erdogan on referendum result despite global concerns

Trump congratulates Erdogan on referendum result despite global concerns

The main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) and the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) said they would challenge the results from most of the ballot boxes due to alleged violations. B...

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UK Parliament approves Theresa May's snap vote

The Prime Minister's spokesman said the Government was aiming to dissolve Parliament on 3 May, 25 working days before election day. Meanwhile the Scottish National Party, which holds most of the s...

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In Colorado Trump's order on Planned Parenthood called an assault

In Colorado Trump's order on Planned Parenthood called an assault

Obama's administration initially crafted the rule in response to moves by more than a dozen Republican-controlled states in recent years to defund Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers. ...

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Could Tory manifesto drop pledge not to raise income tax or VAT?

Could Tory manifesto drop pledge not to raise income tax or VAT?

May's Government firmly in the mould of her predecessor David Cameron, whose efforts to liberalise the Conservatives were unpopular with the right of the party. Traditionally, there are two budgets a ...

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Almost 500000 Civilians Displaced in Six Months of Mosul Campaign

The mosque is highly symbolic because it was there that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared himself head of a self-proclaimed caliphate. - November 23: Shiite-dominated paramilitary units know...

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Paris attacker had been arrested for plotting to kill police

Paris attacker had been arrested for plotting to kill police

In a Friday news conference, prosecutor Francois Molins said that a note defending ISIS was found near Cheurfi's body and had apparently fallen out of his pocket, The Associated Press reported. Th...

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UK's Labour vows to take on 'cosy cartel' that protects wealthy

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is firing a warning shot at Mike Ashley and other controversial business figures as he officially beings his party's General Election fight . United Kingdom commentator...

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British PM May says June election result "not certain"

Electoral Calculus, a nonpartisan group that crunches survey data, predicts that Labour will have its worst performance since 1935.One consolation for Mr. Having come a distant second to Angus MacDona...

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UK Election Debates Won't Feature The Prime Minister

The former interior minister, who became prime minister without an election when her predecessor David Cameron quit after last year's referendum vote for Brexit , said she needed to strengthen her ...

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North Korea: Ready to respond to aggression from United States of America

North Korea: Ready to respond to aggression from United States of America

It's unclear whether President Xi Jinping is revising those calculations with Trump in power. The North will celebrate the 85th anniversary of the foundation of its Korean People's Army on Tuesday...

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Gov't will avoid measures that could boost demand for GTA housing: Morneau

British Columbia applied a 15 per cent tax against foreign buyers previous year and saw the price of homes drop. In January B.C. Premier Christy Clark announced the tax would be lifted for those who h...

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US reviewing Venezuela's seizure of GM assets

Angry protesters are demanding new elections and denouncing a government they deem a dictatorship responsible for triple-digit inflation, soaring crime and widespread shortages of food and medical sup...

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Queen Elizabeth celebrates turning 91 with a trip to the races

Queen Elizabeth celebrates turning 91 with a trip to the races

There was also a 41-gun salute in Hyde Park, ahead of a 62-gun salute at the Tower of London at 13:00 BST. Queen Elizabeth II has two birthdays, an "official" birthday in mid-June to be able to ...

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Leave.EU campaign investigated over referendum campaign donations

Leave.EU campaign investigated over referendum campaign donations

The watchdog is already investigating the spending returns of Vote Leave and the official Remain campaign Stronger In, although it says it is too early to say whether offences have been committed in t...

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Russia Objects UN Statement That Condemns North Korea

Russia Objects UN Statement That Condemns North Korea

The Trump administration has signalled a forceful USA stance on North Korea's recent actions, dispatching Pence to the Demilitarized Zone dividing North and South Korea on Monday in a show of American...

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Trump to meet with Italian prime minister

Trump to meet with Italian prime minister

On another subject, as he stood alongside Italian Premier Paolo Gentiloni at the White House, Trump voiced optimism that the USA had successfully enlisted China to try to persuade North Korea to giv...

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Eight fatally electrocuted as Venezuela protests escalate

As USA Today reports, Venezuela has been experiencing intense public protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro amid high inflation and shortages of many basic goods and services....

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Pakistan, India should negotiate to resolve all disputes: Stephane Dujarric

Pakistan, India should negotiate to resolve all disputes: Stephane Dujarric

In a statement, the army said Jadhav, who was arrested in March 2016 , was an Indian intelligence official "who aided and financed terrorist activities" in the southwestern Balochistan province and t...

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Terrorists Surrender In Balochistan, CM Accuses India's RAW For Manipulation

Terrorists Surrender In Balochistan, CM Accuses India's RAW For Manipulation

The militants were allegedly involved in attacks on government installations in Quetta , Dera Bugti, Sui and other parts of the province. The decision of Panama case was watched on television by Ch...

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