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  • SeaWorld welcomes its last killer whale calf

    SeaWorld says both mother and baby are well and that there are no plans for separating them. SeaWorld said that a killer whale calf was born on Thursday in San Antonio , TX - it will be the last orca born in the company's care. The birth of Takara's new calf brings the number of SeaWorld's orcas in the USA up to 23. "Mom generally will rest but she can't rest too much.

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  • North Korean propaganda video threatens United States with missiles

    North Korean propaganda video threatens United States with missiles

    Also, the North Koreans are characteristically incensed by the current round of U.S. The U.S. president met earlier this month with Xi and urged him to do more to rein in North Korea's nuclear weapons and missile programs. Trump gave no indication of what the moves might be. The rogue nation also claimed the USA and its allies "should not mess with us". State-run China Daily said yesterday that there is optimism about persuading North Korea to end its pursuit of a nuclear programme ...

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  • Ann Coulter rejects Berkeley's bid to reschedule speech

    During an interview with Fox News, Ann Coulter stated that she will show up at the University of California, Berkeley next week despite her planned speaking event being cancelled. Coulter said she "called their bluff" by agreeing to rules set by the university seeking to prevent violence. Those who become violent in response to speech have won a victory at the University of California-Berkeley.

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  • BUILD THAT WALL! Trump Demands Border Wall Funds in Spending Bill

    Two leaders of the House GOP's warring moderate and conservative factions devised a compromise during Congress' recess to let states get federal waivers to ignore some requirements of the health law. The Virginia Republican said that the Freedom Caucus is "still waiting on the official text" of the deal, but claimed that "we have language" to address both lowering premiums and coverage for pre-existing conditions .

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  • British parliament backs May's plan for snap election

    British parliament backs May's plan for snap election

    May had previously said categorically that the next general election would be held as scheduled in 2020. The shocking announcement will help her seek a strong mandate as she negotiates Britain's exit from the European Union. "If we succeed in getting a bigger majority then Mrs May will have the majority in Parliament that she needs to secure the best possible deal for Britain".

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  • USS Carl Vinson to arrive near Korean peninsula next week

    USS Carl Vinson to arrive near Korean peninsula next week

    The White House on Wednesday denied that it was misleading the public about the whereabouts of a U.S. aircraft carrier heading toward the Korean Peninsula, while Beijing urged relevant parties to "act in a constructive way" for peace. Two Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyers have left Sasebo naval base and are likely to take part in a drill with the Vinson , the reports said, citing Defense Ministry sources.

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  • Cities across Canada prepare to join other worldwide in March for Science

    Despite saying the march was not partisan, Holt acknowledged it was only dreamed up at the Women's March on Washington, a day after Trump's inauguration on January 20. Organizers portrayed the march as political but not partisan, promoting the understanding of science as well as defending it from various attacks. He had a form of brain cancer and has been healthy for eight years now.

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  • Warm welcome in store for London Marathon finishers

    Warm welcome in store for London Marathon finishers

    Other runners include Nicola Nuttal, 47, from Barrowford, who will be donning a dress, cape hat and broom as she attempts to set a record as the fastest Pendle "witch" to take part in the marathon. "It hasn't really stopped me training though, I've just continued going". She continued: "I don't know about the world record, but we will run the best time".

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  • Expresidente peruano Fujimori: un sueño

    Expresidente peruano Fujimori: un sueño "inspiró" rescate en embajada de Japón

    Hoy se cumplen 20 años de la Operación Chavín de Huántar, que terminó con el secuestro de 72 rehenes en manos del Movimiento Revolucionario Túpac Amaru ( MRTA ), en la residencia del embajador de Japón en Lima . En ese sentido, Alberto Fujimori consideró que debería existir una agenda en la que se encuentre "mucha gente desprotegida". El expresidente Fujimori (1990-2000), quien cumple una condena a 25 años de cárcel por delitos de lesa humanidad, afirmó hoy que la idea de construir ...

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  • Cop killed in Paris shooting

    Paris Prosecutor François Molins on Friday said Cheurfi had shown no signs of "radicalization". On its media channel, Amaq, ISIS claimed that the attack was carried out by "Abu Yousuf al-Baljiki (the Belgian) and he is one of the Islamic State's fighters".

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  • Presidential Election: French voters will go to the polls on Sunday

    Despite this, the euro is not marking new gains since Thursday, when Trump administration officials highlighted that they are committed to tax reform. Reacting to the atrocities, Le Pen called for the Socialist government to "immediately" tighten borders and deport all foreigners on a terror watch list.

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  • Falcons full 2017 National Football League regular season schedule released

    Falcons full 2017 National Football League regular season schedule released

    A week after opening the season in Chicago against the Bears, Atlanta will play its first game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday Night Football against a Green Bay side it crushed, 44-21, in the NFC Championship Game in January. Philadelphia's offseason haul was headlined by adding Alshon Jeffery to pair with Carson Wentz, which could be a unsafe combination in the NFC East.

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  • The Patriots go to Washington -- some of them, at least

    Trump , who has had an acrimonious relationship with The Times over his coverage during the presidential campaign and in the first year of his presidency, took the opportunity to blast the newspaper for a "big lie". This photo from the New York Times raced around social media yesterday. Why? The Super Bowl Champions visited the White House to meet the President, which is customary after a Super Bowl win.

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  • Hot Stock for Investors: Activision Blizzard, Inc. (ATVI)

    The company is expected to announce its next earnings results after the market closes on Thursday, May 4th. (ATVI) reported its Actual EPS of $0.92/share. Following the completion of the transaction, the director now owns 559,850 shares of the company's stock, valued at approximately $25,568,349.50. The stock was sold at an average price of $45.22, for a total value of $11,305,000.00.

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  • British Labour Party leader refuses to rule out second referendum on Brexit

    Meanwhile one of the Tories' most controversial characters, Douglas Carswell , who defected to the anti-EU UK Independence Party ( UKIP ) in 2014, announced he would not run again. And some have suggested that Corbyn is part of the problem. Besides delivering the parliamentary support required to crack on with leaving the European Union, holding a general election also gives Theresa May the chance to campaign on her own manifesto .

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  • Trump calls 100-day assessment 'ridiculous'

    Trump calls 100-day assessment 'ridiculous'

    It was part of his stump speech in the final week of the campaign - he asked his crowds in Minnesota, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and elsewhere to "imagine what we can accomplish in the first 100 days of a Trump administration". While Trump's support in his core constituencies - white voters, men and Republicans - had remained resilient throughout his lowest points on the campaign trail and into the first months of his presidency, Wednesday's edition of the Quinnipiac poll ...

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  • Terminó la 'paciencia' con Corea del Norte: Pence

    Las declaraciones se dan en medio de la gira de 10 días que el diplomático inició ayer en Asia, cuando realizaba una visita a la zona desmilitarizada entre Corea del Norte y Corea del Sur. El Gobierno de Corea del Norte acusó a Estados Unidos de estar empujando a la península coreana hacia la guerra y avisó de que está preparada para responder a cualquier acción militar estadounidense.

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  • BJP will form government in Odisha in 2019: Naidu

    In the political history of India, this is for the first time under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi that a coalition is working wholeheartedly for the welfare of the people", the resolution said . Poulation of Muslims in India as per the 2011 Census Reports is about 14% - majority of them belonging to Other Backward Classes (OBC). PM Modi lights the lamp at the meet venue as top BJP leaders LK Advani, Amit Shah and Arun Jaitley look on.

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  • French election: Le Pen and Macron hold rival rallies

    Casting herself as the best defender against the militants who have killed more than 230 people in France since 2015, Ms Le Pen also tore into Mr Fillon, accusing him of letting ultra-conservative Islam gain ground when he was prime minister of the country between 2007 and 2012.

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  • Delta to pay up to $10000 to bumped customers

    Survey respondents were asked to select an American Airlines or United Airlines flight from New York City to Chicago and were presented different scenarios in order to gauge how layovers and price would impact their decision. A United Airlines flight; above. Legally though, they are acting within the bounds of the law when they sell more tickets than seats- as what happened in flight 3411 at Chicago O'Hare International Airport, the NPR reported.

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  • Attacker of South Surrey senior receives 13-year sentence

    Attacker of South Surrey senior receives 13-year sentence

    Morse will serve 10-and-a-half years in prison with credit for time already served. Morse was arrested in September 2015 for the incident, which took place on August 12 of that year. After breaking in to the victim's home he bound her around the wrist and face, demanding cash, her PIN code and the access code to a gun safe in the home.

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  • Once muertos tras violentos disturbios en Caracas

    Once muertos tras violentos disturbios en Caracas

    En paralelo, al grito de "no más dictadura ", decenas de miles de opositores salieron a las calles de Caracas, para protestar contra el gobierno de Maduro. La alta tensión en Venezuela despertó inquietud internacional. El diputado opositor Rafael Paparoni, al frente de la marcha, advirtió que mientras los venezolanos no tengan forma de votar, el gobierno "no tendrá paz, porque continuaremos".

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  • Greens plan to join forces with Labour and Lib Dems

    Hours later, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn used his first speech of the election to flesh out the party's anti-establishment rhetoric, accusing the media and establishment of complaining that, under his leadership, the Labour Party doesn't "play by the rules: by which they mean their rules".

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  • Ontario Set to Unveil Its Plan to Cool Toronto Housing

    The tax would not target immigrants and a rebate would be available to people who subsequently get citizenship or permanent resident status, as well as foreign nationals working in Ontario and global students. The new policies are expected to include sweeping rent control changes, a tax on foreign buyers and efforts to tamp down speculative investment, The Canadian Press has learned.

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