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  • Kinzinger: Sanction China To Pressure North Korea

    He said earlier on Tuesday that in dealing with North Korea, "all options are on the table". North Korea are looking to strike back after they were humiliated by a failed missile test on important state holiday The Day of the Sun. Trump indicated that Xi's explanation helped him realize that it is "not so easy" for China to remove dictator Kim Jong Un . It banned imports of North Korean coal on February 26, cutting off its most important export and Chinese media has raised the ...

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  • Opositores venezolanos marchan hacia el episcopado para honrar a los muertos

    Opositores venezolanos marchan hacia el episcopado para honrar a los muertos

    A la " Marcha del silencio , en honor a los caídos" como denominaron los partidos de oposición, también se sumaràn los estados andinos, que se han mantenido en constante movilización desde el pasado miércoles 19 de abril. "Mañana es un día para la reflexión del país (...) cada uno de los soldados, de los oficiales de las fuerzas armadas tienen que reflexionar", añadió el parlamentario, a la vez que instó al gobierno venezolano a que reflexione por los manifestantes fallecidos.

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  • Now on high court, the real Neil Gorsuch set to stand up

    Now on high court, the real Neil Gorsuch set to stand up

    Gorsuch is thought to have about the same ideological makeup as the late Antonin Scalia, whom he replaces on the court. Loewy, the George R. Killam chair of criminal law at the Texas Tech University School of Law, said he has not studied all of Gorsuch's opinions, but he said the new justice is qualified academically and comes in with more than a decade of experience as a federal judge.

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  • Celtics shuffle lineup with Green starting over Johnson

    Our young guys will come in next game and be better, but we can't look to replace what Rondo brings. Despite not speaking to reporters after the game, Thomas was interacting with his teammates in the locker room after his 16 points helped them to their triumph in Chicago and his mood was better than it was during games one and two and that seemed to lift the entire roster.

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  • Justice department threatens immigrant sanctuary cities

    The letter , sent to officials in Sacramento, Chicago, New Orleans, Philadelphia , Las Vegas , New York City , Miami Dade County, Milwaukee County and Cook County, notes that these jurisdictions receive US government grant funding. Los Angeles receives more than $ 500 million annually in federal grants, according to spokesman George Kivork. In fact, crime in New York City is at record lows.

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  • After GOP Forces Runoff for Georgia House Seat, Trump Says Dems 'Failing'

    The election was for the seat vacated by Republican Tom Price - who won with almost 62 per cent of the vote a year ago - after United States President Donald Trump appointed him Secretary of Health and Human Services. The more than $14 million spent on ads ahead of Tuesday's special election is just the beginning of a proxy fight between national Republicans and Democrats in what could be the most expensive special election on record.

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  • Trump says shooting in Paris looks like 'terrorist attack'

    Zarif is nearly as avid a user of Twitter as Trump despite it being officially banned in Iran. Tillerson's announcement was the strongest signal to date that US President Donald Trump might walk away from the nuclear deal. After he was elected, some of his top officials - including his defense secretary, James Mattis - said it would be unwise to scrap the deal . "The nations in the region and others elsewhere are trying to checkmate Iran and the amount of disruption, the amount of ...

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  • Fresno suspect likely to be arraigned Friday

    According to Jerry Dyer , the Police Chief of Fresno, that this is a hate crime can be determined as the killer has only targeted white people, and only white males in this instance. "We are also processing the box of food as well as the items contained within that box to learn of his identity", Dyer said. Muhammad shot the guard, 25-year-old Carl Williams, multiple times at close range shortly after 11 p.m., police said - an act that would set off a chain of events leading to Tuesday's ...

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  • Trump predicts Paris attack will affect French presidential election

    Trump predicts Paris attack will affect French presidential election

    In comments to the Associated Press, he said he was not endorsing Le Pen, but nevertheless called her the candidate who is "strongest on borders, and she's the strongest on what's been going on in France". There are only two days to go towards the French elections and tensions are rising, especially after the Paris shooting. Shortly afterwards, French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon called for campaigning activities to be suspended.

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  • 'The Sword Stands Ready': Mike Pence Issues Pointed Warning to North Korea

    'The Sword Stands Ready': Mike Pence Issues Pointed Warning to North Korea

    During the campaign, Trump had a simplistic view of North Korea as a client state of China that could be brought to heel at Beijing's whim. North Korea put on a musical show to mark the birthday of founding father Kim Il Sung , which ended with a mock-up video of missiles engulfing the United States in flames, prompting cheers from the audience and smiles from current leader Kim Jong Un.

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  • Sanders promoting new blood in Democrats but impact unclear

    He took the stage immediately before Sanders to a mixture of boos and cheers. "Which puts you in a great position". "You're the real man!" said another. People began lining up outside this afternoon for the event which was set to begin at 7 p.m. Sanders said he supports legislation that would rebuild coal-based communities hurt by the decline of coal.

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  • British parliament set to approve Theresa May's snap poll plan

    British parliament set to approve Theresa May's snap poll plan

    Mrs May, addressing voters as she stood surrounded by party activists and supporters, said: "Only you can give us the mandate, so vote for a strong and stable leadership in this country". Conservative Party leaders have said they are planning a "decapitation strategy" targeting Labour heartland seats in the North. This would have resulted in the next election taking place in 2020, one year after the March 2019 deadline for Brexit negotiations to have concluded.

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  • European Union sees Brexit negotiations after June election

    The Sun, Britain's top-selling newspaper, splashed the headline "Blue Murder" - a reference to the Conservatives' color branding and the prospect of Labour losing dozens of seats. The election is the fourth major vote in four years, after last June's European Union referendum, the 2015 general election, and the 2014 Scottish independence vote.

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  • Fighter Crashes on Approach to USS Carl Vinson

    The White House has defended President Donald Trump's claim that a US Navy strike group recently dispatched to monitor North Korea was sailing towards the Korean Peninsula and not away from it, as stated in some reports . On Apr. 8, the US Navy announced that the USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) an American aircraft carrier, had received orders to move north from Singapore toward the Western Pacific.

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  • Policía y oposición viven segundo día de violencia — Venezuela

    Y los partidarios del Gobierno de Maduro que les acusan de intentar asaltar el poder. Asimismo, la plataforma opositora llamó a los ciudadanos a concentrarse en los 23 estados de la nación petrolera para continuar las protestas ante lo que consideran un " golpe de Estado " y "una ruptura del orden constitucional".

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  • Miles participan en Marcha por la Ciencia en el mundo

    Miles participan en Marcha por la Ciencia en el mundo

    Estas dos últimas instituciones estuvieron entre las 25 firmantes de un comunicado esta semana en el que expresaron su intención de 'apoyar la marcha y su llamamiento no partidista para la apreciación de la evidencia científica, la educación y la inversión'.

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  • USA backtracks on 'armada' sailing towards N. Korea

    The BBC's Korea correspondent, Stephen Evans, says it is not clear whether the mix-up was a deliberate deception, perhaps created to frighten North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un, a change of plan or simple miscommunication. The carrier group is not expected in the Sea of Japan until the end. Critics pounced on the discrepancy as a risky miscommunication, saying it fed into North Korea's narrative that America is all bluster and doesn't follow through on threats.

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  • Venezuela braces for new protest in wave of unrest

    The government of Venezuela has not issued any public comment, likely viewing the seizure as unremarkable among the thousands made since late tyrant Hugo Chávez took over the country 17 years ago. About 50 children were evacuated from a Caracas hospital which the Venezuelan government blamed on an attack by armed gangs but the opposition attributed to tear gas used to quell unrest.

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  • Trump Admin Working With Allies To Pressure North Korea

    Bush. The vice president expressed the USA desire to work with allies Japan, China and "the wider world" to wield "economic and diplomatic pressure to bear on the regime in North Korea, and we will do so until they abandon their nuclear and ballistic missile programs".

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  • Paris shooting will 'probably help' far-right candidate Le Pen

    The terror group took credit for the attack, though that claim is viewed skeptically by some authorities. Bloodshed had always been feared ahead of Sunday's first round of voting after a string of jihadist atrocities since 2015, and the shooting on the world-renowned boulevard forced security to the top of the agenda in the campaign.

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  • ISIS claims Paris attack ahead of vote

    ISIS claims Paris attack ahead of vote

    She criticised outgoing Socialist President Francois Hollande as "notoriously feeble" and said France was "worn out by inaction". In other words, it appears possible that the attack could prove pundits on both sides of the Atlantic wrong, with the race returning to its original dynamic, and Macron remaining narrowly favored to win.

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  • Man arrested at Paris train station after threatening police with knife

    Man arrested at Paris train station after threatening police with knife

    Images posted on Twitter showed armed police pointing guns at the man as they searched him on the ground.Other officers could be seen telling members of the public to move away from the area. French rail operator SNCF said a man had been arrested after the incident, which comes just two days after a policeman was shot and killed in a terror attack on the Champs-Elysee.

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  • Some Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ units in South Korea affected by reddish tint

    Following last year's disastrous launch of Samsung's fire-prone Note 7, the Korean tech heavyweight is getting plenty of positive reviews for its S8 phone, which will launch Friday. Their internal storage out of the box capacity is 64 GB. In terms of camera, the phone has a 12MP dual pixel camera at the back and an 8MP selfie shooter.

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  • China 'seriously concerned' about North Korea

    North Korea were recently put on notice by US Vice President Mike Pence, after a failed missile test and a huge display of missiles in the nation's capital, Pyongyang. One propaganda film a year ago featured animation of a North Korean, nuclear-tipped ICBM striking New York City. Pence said the global community, and China in particular, should put more diplomatic and economic pressure to get North Korea to abandon its nuclear arms and missiles.

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  • LaVar Ball Picks Biggest Fight Yet With Nike Executive

    LaVar Ball Picks Biggest Fight Yet With Nike Executive

    A post shared by Lavar Ball (@lavarbigballer) on April 21, 2017 at 12:50pm PDT " So I'm the worst thing that happened in 100 years? Ball is as boisterous as they come, and he hasn't been shy about offering his opinion to the media, regardless of how outlandish it is.

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  • 1200 imprisoned Palestinian terrorists launch hunger strike

    Palestinian terrorists held in Israeli prisons launched a hunger strike demanding better conditions . Starting Sunday, numerous more than 5,000 Palestinians in Israeli prisons declared that they were on a hunger strike, which prompted demonstrations of support Monday in Ramallah, the Palestinian Authority's de facto capital, and elsewhere in the West Bank.

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  • Atacante en Campos Elíseos tenía antecedentes

    Atacante en Campos Elíseos tenía antecedentes

    Según el portavoz del Ministerio del Interior , Pierre-Henri Brandet, un hombre estacionó su vehículo cerca de una patrulla de tráfico. Las fuentes no precisaron el grado de parentesco de los detenidos ni tampoco los lugares en los que se realizaron los arrestos.

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  • Easter Egg Hunts around the Bitterroot Valley

    Easter Egg Hunts around the Bitterroot Valley

    The hunt will be on for all things sweet and chocolatey at Durban's first Botanic Gardens Easter Eggsplorer Egg Hunt which will take place on April 15 and 16, 2017. According to Jorgensen, there were about 400 candy-filled eggs hidden across the church grounds for the children to find. Budge also won the egg toss, and chose a ceramic bunny from the prize table.

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