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Holocaust Remembrance Day: Trump Demonstrates Support Of Jewish People, Pledging 'Never Again'

Various tributes were held in South Bend on Monday to remember the millions killed in the Holocaust. Standing Still, the first project of The Israeli Connection, a nonprofit venture founded in 2016,...

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General Election 2017: May warns ministers against complacency

And they should not be used as bargaining chips", Labour Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer said in a speech in London on Tuesday. The general election is really a second referendum on leaving the Euro...

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French presidential election: Le Pen 'steps down' as National Front leader

French presidential election: Le Pen 'steps down' as National Front leader

Le Pen offers an alternative for anyone skeptical of the European Union and France's role in it, said Louis Aliot, another National Front vice president. Surveys pointing to a clear Macron victory...

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North Korea Holds Drill to Mark Military Anniversary: Seoul

South Korea's envoy, Kim Hong-kyun, said they had also discussed how to get Russia's help to press North Korea. A "national meeting" of thousands of senior military and civilian officials was held t...

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Trump budges on border wall funding, easing shutdown standoff

Senior Trump administration officials involved in the talks about the spending bill are prepared to concede that in the main, the fight over funding for President Trump's border wall will now be put...

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Turkey arrests dozens in anti-referendum protests

Turkey arrests dozens in anti-referendum protests

The vote has been criticised by opposition parties because ballot papers which were unstamped, as required by Turkish law, were included in the count. Opposition parties, the Turkish bar association...

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Bannon's decline isn't the end of the White House's 'alt-right'

Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, a fellow immigration hardliner and "America First" nationalist, is being shunted aside as Trump tires of headlines proclaiming him the secret puppet-master of his Whit...

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China is selling flights to North Korea again

The move came amid increasing pressure from the USA and its allies on North Korea's nuclear and missile programs. The USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier strike group is also heading toward the East ...

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PACE votes to monitor Turkey

PACE votes to monitor Turkey

The decision deals another potentially fatal blow to Ankara's European Union membership hopes, as exiting the process was made a precondition of negotiations back in 2004. The monitoring procedure is ...

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Donald Trump 'considers banning laptops on UK FLIGHTS in anti terror move'

Donald Trump 'considers banning laptops on UK FLIGHTS in anti terror move'

Under the restrictions, devices bigger than a mobile phone - including laptops and iPads - must be checked in and can not be carried on board in hand. However, a spokesperson for the U.S. Transportati...

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Le Pen steps down as party leader

The euro surged against the US dollar and the yen sank on Monday on relief over Emmanuel Macron's victory against anti-euro nationalist Marine Le Pen in the first round of France's presidential electi...

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Le Pen attempts to lift appeal by pushing party aside

With 7.5 million votes, Marine Le Pen beat the National Front party's previous election record on Sunday but failed to pip pro-EU Macron to the first place. Ms Le Pen, who reached the second round pro...

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Why no action taken against Dinakaran, court asks police — AIADMK symbol case

Why no action taken against Dinakaran, court asks police — AIADMK symbol case

On the other hand, the other faction led by Palaniswami is yet to divulge its demands. Dhinakaran had then said that he would not involve himself with the affairs of the party, but only Sasikala had t...

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Trade minister courts China for softwood

Irving Ltd., to a high of 24.12 per cent for West Fraser Mills, with most companies coming in around 19.88 per cent. The last lumber deal between the two countries was reached in 2006 and expired in O...

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US general suggests Russia arming Taliban

US officials say they were surprised by the level of attention that particular bomb got, since it does little to change the overall situation ground where the larger threat remained the Taliban, not I...

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N Korea near 'point of no return': China

The drills coincided with military exercises held by United States and South Korean navies in the Yellow Sea, off the western coast of the Korean Peninsula and as the USS Michigan , one of US's most ...

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House oversight committee: Flynn might have broken the law

The House Oversight Committee has requested Flynn's security clearance paperwork, receipts from payments he received from foreign governments, and other documents related to the hiring and firing of t...

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Websites of DU, AMU, IIT-Delhi hacked

The portals of the educational institutions, when opened, did not show the usual information and were smeared with messages and videos about alleged atrocities by Indian security forces in Jammu and K...

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Novice Democrat tops Georgia race, but faces runoff

It is now Hollywood vs. Georgia on June 20th", Trump wrote, alluding to celebrity donors to Ossoff. Ossoff led an 18-candidate field of Republicans, Democrats and independents, the entire slate plac...

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North Korea stages large-scale artillery drill as US submarine docks in South

The port call by the USS Michigan - a nuclear-powered submarine - came as a U.S. aircraft carrier strike group steamed towards Korean waters and as top envoys for North Korea policy from South Kor...

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Two people killed during anti-government protests in Venezuela

However, crowds were smaller than the hundreds of thousands of people who flooded the streets of Caracas and provincial cities on Wednesday, the latest and largest in several weeks of protests against...

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MPs would have veto over any Labour government Brexit deal

MPs would have veto over any Labour government Brexit deal

That's a policy that is backed by 70% of the British people and stands in stark contrast to the privatised racketeering on our tracks under the Tories. A Labour government would scrap Theresa May's pl...

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Bomb attack hits US base in eastern Afghanistan

Mattis arrived as Afghan security forces, already paying a heavy price against the Taliban, faced chaos with the resignations of Defence Minister Abdullah Habibi and army chief Qadam Shah Shaheem. inv...

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After Meeting With President Trump, Egyptian President Frees Detained US Charity Worker

Her eventual release was facilitated by Defense Secretary James Mattis and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi and she was flown to Joint Base Andrews near Washington , D.C. Kennedy Human Righ...

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CBI registers FIR against its ex-chief Ranjit Sinha

CBI registers FIR against its ex-chief Ranjit Sinha

The report of the panel headed by former CBI special director M L Sharma has found that the visitors' diary at Sinha's residence was genuine. Action against Sinha came after the Supreme Court direct...

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France's Macron, Le Pen edge further ahead of Fillon, Melenchon in poll

France's Macron, Le Pen edge further ahead of Fillon, Melenchon in poll

Meanwhile, Mr Macron chose the Bercy national indoor arena for his rally. Le Pen said that if she is elected as president of France, she will "with great pleasure" invite Pope Francis to visit. "I k...

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Trump targets Canadian trade again, focused on energy, lumber, dairy

Trump targets Canadian trade again, focused on energy, lumber, dairy

And that also includes what's happening along our northern border states with Canada, having to do with lumber and timber. However, Francois Dumontier, a spokesman for Les Producteurs de lait du Que...

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Jakarta's 'Ahok' concedes heavy defeat in governor race

Jakarta's 'Ahok' concedes heavy defeat in governor race

Voters in the Indonesian capital Jakarta will elect a governor after a campaign which has heightened religious and racial tensions. More 60,000 security personnel were deployed in Jakarta and th...

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Ivanka Trump in Berlin to talk women's economic empowerment

Ivanka Trump's company secured valuable trademarks in China on the same day she helped welcome Chinese President Xi Jinping to Mar-a-Lago on an official visit. "I'm used to it, it's fine", she said. ...

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Spicer Apologizes After Hitler Comments

Coffman, a moderate representing a swing district in and around Aurora, was asked at a town hall about Spicer's remarks this week that even Hitler didn't "sink to using chemical weapons" during the ...

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Takes on the #AustralianValues in Turnbull's new citizenship test

Sydney hair salon owner Luke Smart told news.com.au he and others in his industry would be happy to hire Australians, if only they would put their hands up for the jobs. He said the changes have been ...

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Tamil Nadu cabinet revolts, dumps Dhinakaran, Sasikala

TTV Dhinakaran: A nephew of Sasikala, he was re-inducted into the party and appointed deputy general secretary by her shortly before she proceeded to serve the jail term, apparently to keep the hold ...

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Protesters injure 1 officer at nationalist party convention

Co-leader Frauke Petry holds a speech at the party convention of Germany's nationalist party AFD (Alternative for Germany) in Cologne, Germany, Saturday, April 22, 2017. But after weeks of bitter in...

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Mehbooba Mufti meets Rajnath Singh, discusses Kashmir situation

Mehbooba Mufti meets Rajnath Singh, discusses Kashmir situation

However, she cautioned, that "an atmosphere needs to be created" for a dialogue. "First, let us take control of the situation, otherwise it's not possible to talk under the shadow of stone pelting and...

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Korea detains US citizen; 3rd American being held

Korea detains US citizen; 3rd American being held

In the absence of a USA embassy in North Korea, Sweden handles consular matters involving US citizens there. "We are aware of reports that a USA citizen was detained in North Korea", a State Departm...

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