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Iran warns Pakistan: We will hit terrorist safe havens inside your territory

Iran warns Pakistan: We will hit terrorist safe havens inside your territory

Ten Iranian border guards were killed by militants last month. In a letter to Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said that given the warm and friendly ties with ...

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North Korea detains second US professor working at Pyongyang university

Kim's arrest came after Kim Sang-dok, a Korean American who was invited to teach accounting at the same university, was detained on April 22nd for what the North claimed were hostile attempts to overt...

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Emma Watson praises genderless MTV Awards after 'Beauty' win

Emma Watson praises genderless MTV Awards after 'Beauty' win

The movie nominees included Watson for Beauty and the Beast , Get Out's Daniel Kaluuya , Hailee Steinfeld, Taraji P. Henson, Hugh Jackman, and James McAvoy . Moonlight , the coming-of-age film ab...

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Stamp Out Hunger food drive is May 13

Stamp Out Hunger food drive is May 13

A letter carrier will collect the donations and deliver them to local food banks and pantries, including the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, Boys & Girls Club of Mason Valley in Yerington, Project Mana ...

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Russian Federation says de-escalation zones to stay for at least 6 months

Russian Deputy Defense Minister Lt. Gen. Alexander Fomin named Jordan as one of a number of countries already working with Russia in this effort. "We as guarantors will closely monitor all operati...

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Macron victory gets a Gallic shrug from investors

Michael Roth, Germany's deputy foreign minister, applauded Mr Macron's win but said the result was marred by the fact that 11 million people in France voted for Ms Le Pen. Many voters backed him reluc...

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Yates stands by her decision not to defend Trump's travel ban

Yates stands by her decision not to defend Trump's travel ban

Clapper favors making US election systems part of the nation's critical infrastructure, although he notes that many states have pushed back against the idea because they fear federal intervention in...

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Mexico criticizes new Texas 'sanctuary city' law

Meantime, San Antonio's police chief says the department will abandon its policy of prohibiting officers in the nation's seventh-largest city from asking about a person's immigration status due to Tex...

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Quebec says high water levels across province to peak by Wednesday

The flooding has forced almost 1,900 people from their houses in 126 municipalities in the Canadian province of Quebec, authorities told the Associated Press on Sunday. Lawrence and is flooding lakes ...

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Sally Yates hearing: Investigators prepare for long-awaited testimony on Russian Federation

Trump fired Flynn, a retired general, in February for failing to disclose talks with Ambassador Sergei Kislyak about USA sanctions on Moscow and then misleading Vice President Mike Pence about the con...

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Sturgeon hails 'victory' despite SNP failure to win overall majorities

And the SNP have not had any difficulty increasing their vote in local by-elections during the last two years. This leaves an interesting challenge ahead, whether the "old guard" coalition of a Labo...

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White House: North Korea's detention of U.S. citizen 'concerning'

White House: North Korea's detention of U.S. citizen 'concerning'

It is unclear what prompted his detention, but he has been charged with hostile criminal acts with an aim to subvert the country. American student Otto Warmbier, center, is escorted at the Supreme C...

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Health care debate shifting over to Senate

After that original score, House Republicans changed the bill in an effort to win enough votes from both their most conservative and their moderate members in order to pass the bill without any suppor...

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Lanzini leaves Spurs' title bid in tatters

And boss Pochettino conceded his side had let their opportunity slip as, for the second season running, they look set to come up short. "For me, we must move on and finish in the best way this seaso...

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Sunny & Warm Start To The Week

Sunny & Warm Start To The Week

Tuesday will offer a few more clouds but more highs in the 80s. Have a nice Monday! Thursday looks to have partly sunny skies, highs in the mid-60s, and there is a slight chance for an aftern...

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Russian Federation says Syria de-escalation deal takes effect at midnight

The wide array of rebel groups include some supported by Turkey, the United States and Gulf monarchies. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which has activists around the country,...

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Nigeria leader leaves for medical checkups amid health fears

Nigeria leader leaves for medical checkups amid health fears

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will travel to London on Sunday night for a medical follow-up, his spokesman said. "The President wishes to assure all Nigerians that there is no cause for worry"...

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Yates: I warned White House that Flynn could be blackmailed

McGahn and say the underlying conduct that Gen. Flynn had engaged in was problematic in and of itself, " she said. The Russians "likely had proof of this information and that created a compromise si...

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Erdogan says 'saddened' by USA flags with Syrian YPG

Analysts say the dispute will be the number one issue when Erdogan meets Trump for the first time as president on May 16 in the United States . The US has deployed troops to Syria's northeast borde...

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Trends and Tallies: Breaking Down the 2017 Tony Award Nominations

What's more, those four shows appear in the Best Director of a Musical category, supplemented only by Jerry Zaks' direction of the revival of Hello, Dolly! A number of productions-Paramour, In Tr...

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Trump's Revised Travel Ban Goes Before Federal Appeals Court

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals wrestled Monday with whether the court should look beyond the text of the executive order to comments made by Trump and his aides on the campaign trail and after ...

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Russia-brokered Syria No-fly Zone Deal Bans U.S. Aircraft, Too

Fighting subsided in Syria after a deal signed by government backers Russian Federation and Iran and rebel supporter Turkey to create four safe zones began to take effect, a monitor said. U.S. Defense...

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Israel says Palestinian hunger strike leader ate in secret

Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon addressed the Jerusalem Post Conference in NY on Sunday and mentioned the incident. "We call upon global organizations to put pressure on Israel...

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Years Later, Parents of Missing British Girl Hopeful

Years Later, Parents of Missing British Girl Hopeful

However, the latest investigations speak of a woman who was in Praia da Luz, Portugal, and witnesses saw her near where little Madeleine disappeared. Gerry said that the family would never give up o...

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Trump distances himself from Flynn

On Monday, though, Yates is slated to appear before Congress to tell about what she did four days prior: Alert the White House that Michael Flynn, then Trump's national security adviser, had lied ...

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Four Americans detained in North Korea

North Korea confirmed on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, the detention of American citizen Kim Sang Dok, who was referred to as Kim Sang-duk when Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, where he was t...

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Truth will triumph: Kejriwal on graft charges by Mishra

Being PWD Minister, he also fudged bills up to ₹10 crore in the department to benefit Kejriwal's relative", Mishra told reporters here. "This makes it clear who is behind all this", Sanjay Singh said....

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North Korea claims plot reveals US state-sponsored terrorism

The State Department has confirmed that it is aware of the reports and would work on the issue through the Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang. According to North Korea's Korean Central News Agency , "A...

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Brigitte Trogneux: From Macron's high school teacher to France's first lady

Brigitte Trogneux: From Macron's high school teacher to France's first lady

Emmanuel Macron and Brigitte Trogneux spend their weekends at Le Touquet, northern France. "You can not get rid of me", Macron recalls telling his then-teacher. "I wish you every success in your ne...

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Woman march in Venezuelan capital against socialist govt

Local news media carried a video circulating on Twitter of the Chavez statue being pulled down. "Venezuela is in turmoil now" says Evelyn F. Galante, a Computer Engineering alumnus, who is originall...

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Westpac profit soars to $4B

Three of Australia's four-pillar banks reported first-half earnings over the past week, all of which saw stronger asset quality as a result of the dairy sector's recovery through the tail end of previ...

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Officer who fatally shot teen had once been suspended

Officer who fatally shot teen had once been suspended

Recently, a complaint filed by prosecutors against Oliver was revealed, in which prosecutors said that it was hard getting the former cop to attend the trial. Two weeks before the shooting, Oliver, wh...

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Ex-Gaza chief Haniya elected Hamas leader

Ex-Gaza chief Haniya elected Hamas leader

Israel accused Hamas of attempting to dupe the global community, citing its daily "call for genocide of all Jews and the destruction of Israel". Hamas seized Gaza from the Palestinian Authority...

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UK Conservative lead stays strong ahead of June election -Opinium poll

UK Conservative lead stays strong ahead of June election -Opinium poll

The only way to stop the nationalists is to vote Labour. One dog that didn't bark in these elections were the Liberal Democrats. With 82 of the 88 local authorities declared , the Conservatives h...

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President Obama warned President Trump about hiring Michael Flynn

Earlier Monday, former officials said Obama had raised general concerns about Flynn with Trump and told the incoming president there were better people for the national security post. Former nationa...

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