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  • Trump Jr.'s Prairie Dog Hunt in Montana Prompts Backlash

    Trump Jr.'s Prairie Dog Hunt in Montana Prompts Backlash

    Gianforte says nothing is more fun than an afternoon shooting the rodents considered pests because they eat crops. A handful of protesters gathered outside the airport hangar where Trump Jr.is expected to speak, holding signs supporting Quist and calling on the president to release his taxes.

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  • North Korea vows to continue testing missiles despite USA warning

    While we must guard against a direct threat to the USA, we must recognize that there no way for the U.S.to resolve our deep concerns about North Korea without the full and active cooperation of South Korea. On April 11, he tweeted: "North Korea is looking for trouble". Last month, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned that pre-emptive military action was "on the table".

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  • Korea on alert as North Korea readies for army celebration

    These measures appear to be the Chinese military's effort to "reduce the time to react to a North Korea contingency", the official reportedly said. According to the officials, Trump's approach is based on a review of the strategies adopted by the previous USA administrations to contain North Korea.

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  • Bill O'Reilly gets axed by Fox

    Bill O'Reilly gets axed by Fox

    The ad revolt followed a recent scathing article in The New York Times that report that O'Reilly or the company made payouts totaling about $13 million to five woman involving allegations of inappropriate behavior by him over several years.

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  • Javier Nava, cómplice de Javier Duarte, se niega a ser extraditado

    Javier Nava, cómplice de Javier Duarte, se niega a ser extraditado

    Ante el Tribunal Quinto de Sentencia Penal , Duarte dijo que se acoge a ese derecho hasta que México presente al gobierno guatemalteco la petición formal de su extradición y ésta sea evaluada por su defensa. "No se puede llevar un proceso de extradición y de deportación al mismo tiempo... debe continuar el proceso de extradición ... no se ha platicado (la deportación)", expuso.

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  • French presidential candidates halt campaigns in wake of Paris attack

    French presidential candidates halt campaigns in wake of Paris attack

    Meanwhile, two French officials told The Associated Press the suspect was detained in February for threatening police, but was then freed due to a lack of evidence. Police have searched the home of the man suspected to have carried out the attack on the Champs-Elysees. It was unclear whether the attack would tip the balance of the vote in favor of Le Pen, who has vowed to take a tough line on "Islamic terrorism".

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  • Trump says Paris terror attack will have 'big effect' on election

    Trump says Paris terror attack will have 'big effect' on election

    ISIS claimed that the attacker, whom police killed in a gunfight but have not publicly identified, was "one of the fighters for the Islamic State". Le Pen, the head of France's far-right anti-European National Front, and Mélenchon, head of France's Left Party, are the most extreme candidates in the running.

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  • Venezuelan officials: 12 dead following overnight violence amid spiralling political crisis

    Anti-government protesters blamed riot police for the attack, but Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez said armed groups hired by President Nicolas Maduro's opponents were to blame. The opposition said they have no intention of pulling back on protests that were triggered when the government-stacked Supreme Court three weeks ago gutted congress of its last vestiges of power, a move that was later reversed amid a storm of worldwide criticism.

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  • Kulbhushan Jadhav innocent man, don't know his location yet

    Kulbhushan Jadhav innocent man, don't know his location yet

    Senior analyst and former Indian diplomat M.K. Bhadrakumar, who has dealt with Pakistan at the foreign ministry, wrote on Tuesday that the military court route used for Jadhav's trial precluded intervention by the Supreme Court. Thereafter, they linked providing consular access to our acceptance of their position. Asserting that entire nation is with Kulbhushan Jhadav, who has become victim of Pakistan's conspiracy, Ramdev further said India would not tolerate such kind of act.

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  • Google Play Music Is Getting a Boost on Samsung Devices

    Such user can opt for this gift that comes from Samsung and Google . The unlocked Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 + come unlocked from the get-go but if they're too pricey for your blood know that you can unlock other Galaxy S8 models. The phone features a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front shooter. It's like the Firefly feature on Amazon's derided Fire phone, and it makes the same types of dumb mistakes - it identified a can of Diet Coke as four other sodas instead.

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  • North Korea promises 'super-mighty' pre-emptive strike

    US Vice President Mike Pence was in Seoul, South Korea, Monday where he warned the North not to test Trump's resolve, adding "all options are on the table". "The Chinese often express frustration with North Korea , and disappointment. We are fully prepared to handle it". Kim Jong Un showcased his new missiles during a parade last week.

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  • Over 400 militants surrender in Balochistan

    Over 400 militants surrender in Balochistan

    The militants were involved in attacks on security forces, national installations, targeted killings and other subversive activities in Dera Bugti, Sui, Uch, Nasirabad, Jaffarabad and Sibi districts. "Innocent people have been used and elements instigating them were living overseas", said Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Zehri. Commander Southern Command Lieutenant General Amir Riaz said on the occasion that those wanting to return to normal life were welcome to do so after ...

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  • First execution in Arkansas race to use up lethal injection drugs

    First execution in Arkansas race to use up lethal injection drugs

    Food and Drug Administration, shows the label for Midazolam. The attorney general's office says 20 to 30 of its attorneys have been handling cases related to the inmates' executions. At one point on Thursday night, the Supreme Court almost halted Mr. These companies don't quite see the same duty to God to participate in executions, and have joined a chorus of pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors who over the past decade have increasingly refused to sell their drugs to state ...

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  • Tom Brady, And Other Patriots Skip 'Super Bowl' White House Visit

    Tom Brady, And Other Patriots Skip 'Super Bowl' White House Visit

    Before that response, the team tweeted a photo with a larger crowd surrounding the president Wednesday. "In 2015, over 40 football staff were on the stairs", the team tweeted. President Trump praised the team for their dramatic come-from-behind win which both the president and Patriots owner Robert Kraft compared to Trump's own victory last November.

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  • Fatal crash closes Highway 97 near Quesnel

    Fatal crash closes Highway 97 near Quesnel

    Baker Hospital in serious condition following a multi-vehicle accident just south of Kersley. Quesnel RCMP were called to the scene at 5:13 p.m., where the found a crash involving the bus, a auto, a pickup truck and a Kubota tractor pulling a piece of farm equipment.

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  • Paris: Attacker kills officer before being shot dead

    Paris: Attacker kills officer before being shot dead

    The IS has claimed responsibility for the attack. "The investigation has been entrusted to the Anti-Terrorist Section (SAT) of the Criminal Brigade and the Directorate General of Internal Security (DGSI)", Paris chief prosecutor's office said in a statement.

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  • EU in focus as French presidential candidates face off

    With just days to go until the first round of voting on Sunday, the race - which could decide the future of the European Union - has tightened dramatically. Le Pen has said: "We need to expel the foreign imams who preach the hate and fundamentalism of foreign Fiches S". He said that French security services would show "utmost vigilance" ahead of Sunday's vote.

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  • What Australians really think of Donald Trump

    What Australians really think of Donald Trump

    Mr Pence said: "The one thing that nations, most especially the regime in North Korea should make no mistake about, is that the United States has the resources, the personnel and the presence in this region of the world to see to our interest and to see to the security of those interests and our allies".

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  • NYT Public Editor Rebukes Paper for Omitting Palestinian Activist's Terrorism Convictions

    Israeli authorities have canceled family visits to the approximately 1,500 Palestinian prisoners who have been on hunger strike in protest of their prison conditions in Israel jails since yesterday. Prisoners are demanding the installation of a public telephone, resuming bimonthly family visits, allowing second-degree relatives to visit, increasing duration of the visits and allowing prisoners to take photographs with their families.

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  • Alert McDonald's Worker Saw Cleveland Suspect

    Alert McDonald's Worker Saw Cleveland Suspect

    Then a scream on the other end. Someone spotted Stephens' white Ford Fusion in the parking lot of a McDonald's near Erie and called authorities, Pennsylvania State Police said. A spokeswoman for the behavior health facility where the suspect in the shooting of an elderly Cleveland man worked says the man underwent an extensive Federal Bureau of Investigation background check before being hired in 2008.

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  • Pyongyang: podemos responder a Washington

    Añadió que "dementes acciones de EE.UU., destinadas a invadir Corea del Norte , han llegado a una fase crítica". Washington ha abogado por un endurecimiento de su estrategia para lidiar con el programa nuclear y de misiles de Pyongyang tras la llegada de Donald Trump a la Casa Blanca en enero, y ha apuntado a que ha analizado diferentes escenarios como un ataque preventivo o la eliminación del líder norcoreano , Kim Jong-un.

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  • In Canada Govt set to unveil legislation legalizing cannabis

    The provinces will also decide how the drug will be distributed and sold. In jurisdictions that do not put a regulated retail framework in place, Canadians would be able to purchase marijuana online. "We know that criminal prohibition has failed", former-police-chief-turned-MP Bill Blair, who spearheaded the initiative, told a press conference. An official panel recommended late past year that the government require plain packaging .While medical marijuana is already legal in Canada, ...

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  • United Nations and Russian Federation set for Syria meet without US

    United Nations and Russian Federation set for Syria meet without US

    They will evaluate upcoming discussions in the Kazakh capital Astana aimed at reviving the tattered ceasefire, and prospects for convening talks in Geneva between Syria's warring sides in May, de Mistura said. Syrian regime supporter Moscow and opposition-backer Washington had been the key foreign powers shaping the UN's Syria peace process. De Mistura said that his team had just taken part in technical talks in Tehran, in preparation for the Astana talks organised by Russia, Iran and ...

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  • Marine Le Pen slips behind Emmanuel Macron in French election race

    Marine Le Pen slips behind Emmanuel Macron in French election race

    French authorities previously foiled an ISIS attack Tuesday, though it is unclear if it is related to the Thursday shooting. The attack carried out on the French capital's main thoroughfare and major landmark, the Champs-Elysees, has shaken the nation once again, just two days before the first round of the presidential election (April 23).

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  • Paris: Suspect in fatal attack 'was known to police'

    Two days later he seriously injured an officer who was taking him out of his cell, seizing his weapon and firing several times. The assailant was identified as Karim Cheurfi, a 39-year-old Frenchman, known to intelligence services for radicalization.

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  • Exxon's bid for Russian sanction waiver rejected by Trump administration

    Trump, the Treasury Department will not be issuing waivers to United States companies, including Exxon, authorizing drilling prohibited by current Russian sanctions", Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement Friday. Moreover, it's unclear whether the request to the Treasury Department came before or after Tillerson joined the administration. If you are reading this piece of content on another website, it was copied illegally and republished in violation of USA & global ...

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