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  • French presidential hopefuls in last days of campaign before first vote

    French presidential hopefuls in last days of campaign before first vote

    Scuffles broke out between 60 to 80 anti-FN protesters and police near the Zenith concert hall in northeast Paris ahead of the rally. Citing Brexit and the results of the US election, Sunday's episode of Last Week Tonight saw the HBO host delve into the upcoming French election as he profiled each of the candidates running for office, with a special focus on Marine Le Pen, the head of the far-right National Front, whose campaign rhetoric has sounded not unlike Donald Trump.

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  • Microsoft adds Software-as-a-Service to its Internet of Things offerings

    Microsoft adds Software-as-a-Service to its Internet of Things offerings

    In addition to the Microsoft IoT Central , Microsoft is also preparing a big event, where the software company plans to debut the Azure IoT Suite: Connected Factory. Time Series Insights is basically a dashboard for your connected devices run through Azure, and Azure Stream Analytics will help companies get better data from connected devices out on the edge of a network where consistent connectivity is not always a given.

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  • 'Right Time' To Use Huge Bomb In Afghanistan - US General

    The death toll was given Friday by Dawlat Waziri, an Afghan Defense Ministry spokesman, after the raid the previous night. US forces dropped the GBU-43 Massive Ordinance Air Blast, a nine-meter giant weighing about 10 tons, on the Achin district of Nangarhar province Thursday night.

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  • Macron seen winning but Le Pen gains

    Right-wing French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen was accused Friday of exploiting the fatal shooting of a Paris police officer that occurred Thursday, as the anti-immigrant candidate seeks to bolster turnout before Sunday's presidential election.

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  • Trump talks North Korea, Paris shooting in joint press conference

    Trump's past comments predicting that other countries "will leave" the EU after Britain voted to do so a year ago irked European leaders. He did not specifically weigh in on the French election. "We feel good about the direction of those conversations". "The plan gets better, and better and better". He is providing no details. Mattia Toaldo from the European Council on Foreign Relations, a thinktank, said Trump's statement would in effect leave Russia, Egypt and Algeria to help arrange a ...

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  • The moment Trump's 'mother of all bombs' drops on Afghanistan

    The moment Trump's 'mother of all bombs' drops on Afghanistan

    A 1,000-foot tunnel and large amounts of weapons and munition were destroyed in the bombing, the Afghan Defense Ministry said Friday. "We have the greatest military in the world, they've done a job, as usual, so we have given them total authorisation and that's what they're doing, and frankly, that's why they've been so successful lately", Trump said.

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  • Key US Lawmaker May End His House Term Early

    During his chairmanship, Chaffetz investigated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email account and server while conducting State Department business. Chaffetz has also been put in a hard position as Trump demands Congressional investigations for each conspiracy theory de jour he decides is real based on a Fox News report .

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  • Trump praises China for helping on North Korea

    Lavrov's comments come after President Trump's authorization of a strike on a Syrian airbase two weeks ago caused a flurry of speculation that North Korea might also face military action in response to further provocations. This means the US can now ask for additional sanctions. Firstly, in the event of a USA pre-emptive strike that decapitates the North Korean leadership, China's forces would be ready to immediately move across the Yalu River to fill the ensuing power vacuum.

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  • Pakistan ISI protecting Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in Karachi

    Pakistan ISI protecting Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in Karachi

    It is believed that the leader of terrorist organisation Ayman Al-Zawahiri, is in Karachi and his last wish is to make a big attack on United States. And the United States was likely in the know about his whereabouts, because previous year in January, the Barack Obama administration went after him with a drone and nearly got him.

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  • Justice Neil Gorsuch takes the bench, jumps into the fray

    Justice Neil Gorsuch takes the bench, jumps into the fray

    Gorsuch thanked his new colleagues for the "very warm welcome" he said he had received. A more elaborate investiture ceremony will be conducted in the weeks to come. Gorsuch then said he was "sorry for taking up so much time ", according to the AP account. The US Supreme Court heard [hearing list, PDF] oral arguments Monday on Perry v.

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  • Trudeau responds to Trump criticism

    During a visit to Wisconsin Tuesday, Mr. Trump said that he will demand an explanation from the Canadian government for having the pricing programs. A Canadian government minister said Thursday that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's administration is looking forward to trade negotiations with Donald Trump despite the US president's recent ramp up of criticism of Canadian policy.

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  • North Korea is 'getting the message': U.S. Vice Prez Pence

    Mattis did not identify the type of missile but said it was not of intercontinental range, meaning it could not reach US territory. "GIs hurled fully armed MPs of the South Korean puppet army into perpetrating such risky provocations as aiming at" North Korea's side of the demilitarized zone, said the statement from the Korean Central News Agency, based in Pyongyang, the nation's capital.

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  • Swedish prosecutor asks to extend custody for Stockholm truck attack suspect

    Swedish prosecutor asks to extend custody for Stockholm truck attack suspect

    Swedish authorities say Akilov was known to have expressed sympathies with extremist organizations, including Islamic state (IS). In February, police were instructed to carry out the deportation, but he had disappeared. A second person was arrested on the same potential charge Sunday, and four others were being held by police. Intelligence agency Sapo has said the Akilov had appeared on their radar past year for undisclosed reasons, but national police commissioner Dan Eliasson said "there ...

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  • Number of Americans Supporting Legal Pot Shoots Higher

    Given the continued federal prohibition on medical marijuana , in the face of many state laws that allow it, it's striking how universal support is for the allowing people to use the drug if given by a doctor. While the beginnings of this high holiday are a bit, ahem, smoky, there are no shortages of 4/20 events taking place across the country - both legally and illegally, we're sure - but especially in states like Colorado, where recreational marijuana is legal.

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  • UK lawmakers back Theresa May's call for June 8 election

    UK lawmakers back Theresa May's call for June 8 election

    Labour and the much smaller opposition Liberal Democrats said they would vote in favour of the early election, all but guaranteeing her decision will be approved. But even if she fails to win a majority, Brexit would not be stopped, unless every anti-Brexit Member of Parliament were to back a temporary government and vote to hold a second national referendum.

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  • Trump team bluster exposed as aircraft carrier steams in opposite direction

    Babbage said it was also possible the United States administration had chose to give China a little time to put its own pressure on North Korea before sending the carrier strike group north: Trump met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on April 6 and 7 and spoke by phone on April 11, and may have wanted to give the Chinese some breathing space to before "rattling the bars", Babbage said.

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  • Investigation Continues Into Aaron Hernandez's Death

    Investigation Continues Into Aaron Hernandez's Death

    After Hernandez was found hanging in his cell by a bed sheet on April 19, authorities called the death a suicide but an investigation is said to be ongoing. The former University of Florida standout died five days after a jury acquitted him in those two deaths, which prosecutors alleged were precipitated by one of the men accidentally spilling a drink on Hernandez at a Boston nightclub.

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  • Patriots, Trump hit back on White House crowd

    The number two years ago approached 50, the Times added. While the photo with Trump looks far more vacant than that with Obama, the motive appeared to show that many Patriots opted out of the Trump White House visit versus an eagerness when Obama was in office.

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  • Trump Congratulates Erdogan on Disputed Turkey Referendum

    Trump Congratulates Erdogan on Disputed Turkey Referendum

    The opposition cited possible irregularities in the tight race, especially a decision by the election commission, made while voting was well under way, to count ballots that were not officially sealed. Addressing supporters in the presidential palace in Ankara , Erdogan said that Turkey did not "see, hear or acknowledge the politically motivated reports" of the monitors.

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  • United Kingdom early election: Under-fire Corbyn goes on the front foot

    United Kingdom early election: Under-fire Corbyn goes on the front foot

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has welcomed Theresa May's decision to call a snap election , saying his party would offer an "effective alternative" to the Tories. In his speech, Mr Corbyn promised to put wealth "in the hands of the people of Britain" as he turned his fire on big business and the rich. He added that millionaires and billionaires such as media moguls, Southern Rail owners and retail magnate Sir Philip Green are petrified of a Labour government that would make them pay ...

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  • Iraq Accuses ISIS of Launching Gas Attacks in Mosul

    Seven soldiers suffered respiratory problems and were treated at a field clinic, the officer said, speaking on condition of anonymity. "Doctors had to treat gun wounds victims without anaesthetic", he said, adding that patients who survive the operations are immediately discharged from the hospital because there aren't enough beds or medicines to alleviate their pain.

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  • Spicer: 'I let the president down' over Hitler comments

    Critics also slammed Spicer for using the term "Holocaust center" instead of concentration camp. Katz had earlier said that Spicer's comments at the news briefing were "grave and outrageous", and he said the White House spokesman should apologize or resign.

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  • Switch Console Sets Record Launch Sales for Nintendo, Says NPD

    NPD's data accounts only for USA sales, but the current global estimate puts March Switch totals at 2.4 million consoles sold. Once Nintendo rectifies its Switch supply issues, the game will likely enjoy another surge in sales, as it is now the biggest game in the console's library, and looks to retain that title for the foreseeable future.

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  • Maple Leafs unable to keep up with Capitals in Game 4 loss

    Maple Leafs unable to keep up with Capitals in Game 4 loss

    There is more to it, however. Zaitsev hasn't practised since he was hammered into the boards by Blue Jackets captain Nick Foligno in the Leafs regular-season finale. Then, they led 3-1 in the second period but couldn't put the Maple Leafs away. That was a huge kill for us. They tied the game at 19:20 of the second period when Capitals defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk and Brooks Orpik were both behind the net checking Toronto's Zach Hyman .

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  • Law Enforcement Cracks Down on Distracted Driving

    Law Enforcement Cracks Down on Distracted Driving

    Also, state law prohibits the use of electronic communication devices or any other electronic device, to text, email, compose, read or send electronic messages or access internet sites while driving. In response, Honda created a parody music video titled "Designated Texter" which presents a new solution to texting while driving. These partnerships have been formed to help further a traffic safety culture in IL and to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries resulting from distracted driving.

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