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  • Russia BLOCKS United Nations from condemning Syrian chemical attack

    Russia BLOCKS United Nations from condemning Syrian chemical attack

    The attack on the town of Khan Sheikhoun last Tuesday left 89 people dead and hundreds injured. The US ambassador, however, added that a US commitment to the peace process was "not enough" and that Washington needed "partners who are serious about using their influence" over Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

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  • Allies silent over 'show of force' by USA carrier

    In Saudi Arabia Wednesday, Defense Secretary James Mattis shed some light on what had happened. As of Wednesday, the carrier was finally headed to the Korean Peninsula, where it is expected to arrive by April 25. The New York Times and the Washington Post reported Tuesday that the Pentagon may have made a mistake or was in a hurry to make the announcement.

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  • Trump administration's 'Obamacare' fixes don't impress insurers

    Trump administration's 'Obamacare' fixes don't impress insurers

    CEO Joseph Swedish has said his company would not commit to participating next year. These are some of the insurance companies' most expensive consumers. They are weighing their options and may soon announce whether they plan to offer coverage for next year. The changes, which take effect later this year, include a shortened open enrollment period for PPACA plans.

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  • Jon Ossoff doesn't live in his district.That might be a problem

    In order to win the special election, a candidate needed to break 50 percent or else the top two candidates would move on to a runoff election. Another congressional battle will play out late next month in conservative-leaning Montana, where voters will pick a replacement for Republican Ryan Zinke, who has become Trump's USA interior secretary.

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  • Trump's Far-Right Backers Rebel over 'Hoax' Syria Attack

    The US fired 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at Syria after Bashar al-Assad launched a brutal gas attack on his own people, including children. A day before, defending the United States strikes on a Syrian air base suspected of using chemical weapons, Haley warned the Assad regime of more strikes if it did not stop using chemical weapons against innocent civilians.

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  • Bernie Sanders and Tom Perez speak at unity tour

    After playing the clip, CNN host John King noted how uncomfortable Perez looked as Sanders spoke . A night later, Perez and Sanders sat together for a joint interview on MSNBC. "And we have got to appreciate where people come from, and do our best to fight for the pro-choice agenda". DETROW: That chorus - I've been everywhere - is fitting because this week, Perez and Sanders probably feel the same way.

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  • North Korea missile launch fails, South Korean officials report

    North Korea missile launch fails, South Korean officials report

    An official from South Korea's Defense Ministry couldn't immediately confirm whether any of the rockets represented a new type of ICBM. During the pomp and circumstance at Kim II Sung square, citizens showed their revolutionary fervor with choreographed performances while vehicles displaying North Korea's military arsenal rolled by.

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  • Pence says United States will honour refugee deal with Australia

    Pence is in Australia to patch up a bumpy start to relations between the two historic allies after Trump and Turnbull tussled over the refugee resettlement deal struck by the Obama administration. The affection the longtime allies usually share for each other is rooted in decades of cooperation on defense, intelligence and trade. The country is also part of the Five Eyes intelligence-sharing programme with the US, Canada, Britain and New Zealand.

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  • Georgia race seen as early Trump test goes to run-off

    With Ossoff unable to secure an outright victory, some Democrats have expressed frustration and regret with Ossoff being their candidate. Instead, the group budgeted more than $3 million, since spent, on advertising and field operations, for a rescue mission.

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  • Japan, China remain on United States 'monitoring list' for currency

    Japan, China remain on United States 'monitoring list' for currency

    This was the Trump administration's first release of the twice-yearly report, which evaluates the foreign exchange policies of major USA trading partners. The report has traditionally been used as a diplomatic tool to prod other countries whose currency policies were deemed a threat to US industries. Now, China needed to show that its lack of intervention in the currency markets "to resist appreciation" over the past three years was a "durable" policy by allowing the yuan to strengthen "once ...

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  • Arkansas events show risk of ambitious execution schedule

    Arkansas events show risk of ambitious execution schedule

    The highest courts in Arkansas and the USA could put the executions back on track, but for now Arkansas faces an uphill battle to put any inmate to death before the end of April, when one of its lethal injection drugs expires. Since the death penalty was reinstated by the Supreme Court in 1976, no state ever has put so many prisoners to death over such a short period. However, last-minute court challenges have derailed three other executions scheduled for this week.

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  • Trump predicts Paris attack will have 'big effect' on French election

    Trump predicts Paris attack will have 'big effect' on French election

    It was conducted on Wednesday and Thursday before a shootout on Paris' Champs Elysees avenue that left a police officer dead and was claimed by the Islamic State. We are all in a fog. National Front presidential candidate Marine Le Pen . And then Trump gave an interview to AP reporter Julie Pace, in which he said Le Pen was " the strongest on what's been going on in France ".

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  • USA to conduct missile-interception drills in May

    The missile fired on Sunday blew up nearly immediately, the Pentagon said . But he warned: "They are doing a lot of bluster and a lot of threats, and they might misplay that hand and blunder into a war". Mattis credited China with trying to help get the North Korea situation "under control" with the goal of denuclearizing the peninsula. However, last week it conducted a failed missile test, drawing global condemnation.

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  • Corbyn hits election trail with rallying speech in marginal Croydon

    The hotly contested "Brexit" referendum ended with the resignation of then-Prime Minister David Cameron. He dismissed the PM's argument that she needs a fresh mandate to deliver Brexit, and said it was "extremely interesting" she had called for an election as the Crown Prosecution Service decides whether to press charges against a number of Tory MPs over allegations relating to 2015 election expenses.

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  • North Korea's Message for Trump: We Will Protect Ourselves With Nuclear Weapons

    Perhaps Pence thinks so highly of himself that the mere image of his stone-cold face alone could prevent what is quickly escalating to a possible nuclear crisis - one that the United States hasn't seen since the 1960s. He added: "We must keep all options on the table". Trump, in Washington, and Pence at the tense Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea earlier, have signalled a forceful USA stance on North Korea's recent actions and threats.

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  • Fleeing with student, teacher took guns, cash and wife's car

    After the capture, Cummins was charged with one federal count of transportation of a minor across state lines for the goal of criminal sexual intercourse, said Jack Smith, acting USA attorney for Middle District of Tennessee. It was ultimately turned over to detectives. After more than a month-long search, Elizabeth Thomas has been reunited with her family and friends.

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  • 11 killed in Venezuela capital amid violent protests and looting

    11 killed in Venezuela capital amid violent protests and looting

    A demonstrator throws a molotov cocktail during clashes with riot police in Caracas, Venezuela, April 20, 2017. Guitan was taken to a hospital, where he died Thursday night. The next planned protest is Saturday, when opponents are being asked to dress in white and march silently to commemorate the victims of the demonstration.

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  • Elizabeth Thomas Rescued; Tad Cummins Arrested In California

    Many have questioned if Elizabeth went willingly. Then, when he looked at the auto, he noticed it didn't have a license plate. The auto was identified thanks to the vehicle identification number, local media reported. Cummins told the caretaker that he was 44 years old and that the young woman with him was 22. Giordano would not confirm whether Cummins and missing Elizabeth Thomas were found but said deputies are working an active incident and "Any other details are being withheld for ...

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  • Fiat Punto EVO Pure launched in India at INR 4.92 lakh

    Fiat Punto EVO Pure launched in India at INR 4.92 lakh

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India has introduced its new hatchback Punto Evo Pure in the country. Despite being one of the oldest carmakers in the country, Fiat hasn't been able to get the things going for it, as more and more "new" carmakers such as Hyundai have broadened their wings in the Indian market to an extent, nearly above the reach of the Italian major.

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  • On-Again, Off-Again Speech by Ann Coulter Is On Again

    University officials originally sent a letter canceling the event to a campus Republican group that invited Coulter to speak. NPR reports that school Vice Chancellor Scott Biddy and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Stephen Sutton made the announcement via email early Wednesday morning.

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  • Barracuda Networks Inc (CUDA) Given Consensus Recommendation of "Buy" by Brokerages

    Its data protection solutions provide solutions for on-premises and cloud-based archiving and backup. American Century Companies Incorporated stated it has 0.01% of its portfolio in Barracuda Networks Inc (NYSE:CUDA). In related news, VP Diane Honda sold 2,101 shares of the company's stock in a transaction that occurred on Wednesday, April 12th. The stock was sold at an average price of $24.00, for a total transaction of $364,944.00.

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  • Pence, Turnbull urge China to pressure N. Korea

    Trump labelled the refugee resettlement deal, in which the U.S. agreed to take an unspecified number of refugees from Australia's offshore detention centres on Manus Island and Nauru, a "dumb deal" and described the refugees as illegal immigrants.

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