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  • Church Bombing: Egypt Announces 3-Month State Of Emergency

    Church Bombing: Egypt Announces 3-Month State Of Emergency

    The group has targeted Copts in Egypt recently and warns of more attacks. The Palm Sunday attacks, the single deadliest day for Christians in decades, rattled the community and prompted messages of support from overseas, including from Pope Francis, who is set to visit Egypt in the coming weeks, and President Donald Trump .

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  • Turkish protesters rally against election board

    Turkish protesters rally against election board

    On Sunday, Turkey narrowly voted to give President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers and replace their parliamentary system with a presidential one. The CHP highlighted that the decision given by the YSK during the voting process made it impossible to distinguish proper ballot papers from unsealed ones, increasing question marks over the referendum.

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  • North Korea warns U.S. of pre-emptive strike

    North Korea warns U.S. of pre-emptive strike

    South Korean presidential candidates clashed on Wednesday night in a TV debate over the planned US -supplied Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system, which has angered China. "When we requested to restore the agreed language that was of political importance and expressed commitment to continue to work on the draft. the USA delegation without providing any explanations canceled the work on the draft", the Russian U.N.

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  • Jalen Hurd transferring from Tennessee to Baylor

    Jalen Hurd transferring from Tennessee to Baylor

    A junior at the time, he cited an unhappiness with the way he was used in the offense and injuries as his rationale behind his departure. He'll have to sit out next season under NCAA transfer rules but will be eligible in 2018. Hurd was on the map as early as his sophomore season in 2015 when he rushed for more than 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns. He compiled only 451 yards and only averaged 3.7 yards per carry, a full yard less than he averaged his first two seasons with the Volunteers.

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  • Texas bill allowing unlicensed carry of guns clear committee

    But Huberty said that without his bill, the state will be a slacker. The city of Dallas, for example, clarified its nondiscrimination ordinance in 2015 to emphasize protections for transgender Dallas residents. The American Civil Liberties Union has fought back against a similar law in North Carolina and says if passed in Texas - the state can also expect to be challenged here.

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  • La inflación de 2017 será de 21,6%, según FMI

    Para 2018, el vaticinio es que el PBI se expanda el 2,3 por ciento. Cabe recordar que, en octubre de 2016, el FMI había estimado que la inflación terminaría este año en el 20,5 por ciento. Además proyectó un crecimiento para el Producto Bruto Interno en el 2,2% “gracias al mayor consumo y la inversión pública”. " Brasil dejará atrás una de las recesiones más profundas ", indica el organismo, que entre los factores que contribuirán a ello cita "una menor incertidumbre política ...

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  • Deja 15 muertos deslave en norte de Colombia

    Deja 15 muertos deslave en norte de Colombia

    Entregamos ya más de 4300 subsidios de arriendo para ayudar a las personas que perdieron sus casos o que perdieron dónde vivir mientras recuperan sus casas. Colombia, aún afectada por un alud que a principios de mes dejó más de 320 muertos en la sureña Mocoa, vivía este miércoles una nueva tragedia provocada por las fuertes lluvias: al menos 15 personas murieron por un deslave en la andina ciudad de Manizales .

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  • Colombia es un "Estado fallido": Maduro

    Precisó que, "voy a sacar toda la verdad del proceso de paz en Colombia". En "ascuas" tiene Nicolás Maduro a los colombianos tras amenazar a Santos con revelar todos los secretos del proceso de paz realizado con las Farc y asegurar que a los líderes del grupo guerrillero los quieren asesinar.

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  • Detienen a Javier Nava, cómplice del exgobernador de Veracruz

    Detienen a Javier Nava, cómplice del exgobernador de Veracruz

    El miércoles, el político, de 43 años, declaró ante la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Guatemala que no combatirá la extradición a su país, que dispone de 60 días para solicitarla formalmente. Entre estas moradas estaría el apartamento de Panajachel , en el que estaba desde hacía dos días y sin casi salir de su habitación, cuando fue detenido en la recepción de un conocido hotel del municipio el sábado a las 20.00 hora local (02.00 GMT del domingo).

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  • United Kingdom lawmakers back May's call for June election

    On Tuesday, May called for a snap election in a surprise announcement as Britain prepares for delicate negotiations on leaving the European Union. The Lib Dem leader predicted that Labour will lose "dozens and dozens" of seats on June 8, and said that the only threat to Conservative MPs came from his party.

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  • Philippine troops kill suspected militant on resort island

    Philippine troops kill suspected militant on resort island

    It will be a fight. "Do not give me prisoners". "They are now at the Cultural Center of the town of Clarin and we have already mobilized the response teams of the municipality of Clarin and the provincial government response teams to provide support to the evacuees", he said.

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  • Japan Hopes Russia, China to Help Settle North Korea Nuclear Issue

    Russian Federation today denied that it had blocked UN Security Council condemnation of North Korea's latest missile test. - Reuters picNEW YORK, April 20 - Russian Federation today denied that it had blocked UN Security Council condemnation of North Korea's latest missile test and accused the United States of breaking off talks on an statement in an "abrupt manner".

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  • UK MPs back plans for 8 June poll

    May's Conservatives now hold 330 of the 650 seats in the House of Commons. Former Treasury chief George Osborne, a leader of the losing campaign to keep Britain in the European Union, says he won't be a candidate in the June 8 elections. May said an early election will bolster the UK's position in talks over Brexit and is in the country's national interest. Theresa May has announced a "snap" general election to take place in seven weeks.

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  • Eleven killed in Venezuela as protests continue

    The seizure arose from an nearly 20-year-old lawsuit brought by a former GM dealership in western Venezuela . The opposition accuses the government of sending gangs of armed thugs to attack them, and says the security forces have been repressing protesters.

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  • US launches qualification tests for upgraded nuke bomb

    US launches qualification tests for upgraded nuke bomb

    Gen. Michael Lutton , NNSA's principal assistant deputy administrator for military application. Three successful development flight tests of the B61-12 were conducted in 2015. The weapon is much different than the non-nuclear "mother of all bombs" used in Afghanistan this week to attack an Islamic State stronghold near the Pakistani border.

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  • Terror brings French campaign to premature end

    French President François Hollande called the attack "of a terrorist nature", and said French security forces will be working to investigate the motive and any accomplices who may have played a role. "This fight for freedom and for the security of the French people must be the priority of the next five-year term". With their hardline view on security and immigration, the positions of Le Pen and Fillon may resonate more strongly for some voters.

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  • 3 judges to hear appeal of Hawaii ruling blocking travel ban

    3 judges to hear appeal of Hawaii ruling blocking travel ban

    According to legal experts the states' realignment could signal that the changes made last month to Trump's original executive order were enough to strengthen the government's case. "This is just the latest in the Trump Administration's attacks against the very tenants of our Constitution and democracy". Hawaii was the first state to sue over Trump's revised ban.

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  • NYC mayor lashes out over DOJ 'soft on crime' statement

    NYC mayor lashes out over DOJ 'soft on crime' statement

    The U.S. Justice Department said in the letters Friday that it would withhold federal law enforcement grant money unless the jurisdictions can document cooperation. Hernández said the county had stopped honoring the requests in 2013 because the federal government was not providing reimbursement for the cost of detaining suspected illegal immigrants, but, fearing the loss of federal funding, officials had chose to change course.

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  • Iran 'not living up to the spirit' of nuclear deal, despite compliance

    Iran 'not living up to the spirit' of nuclear deal, despite compliance

    As the state department announced a review of the 2015 deal to establish if the lifting of sanctions was in the United States' security interests, u.s. "Worn-out U.S. accusations can't mask its admission of Iran's compliance with JCPOA". Tillerson's hastily arranged statement before cameras at the State Department reflected the competing forces pulling at the Trump administration as it develops its policy toward Iran.

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  • Mattis Discusses Security Cooperation After Egypt Visit

    Mattis Discusses Security Cooperation After Egypt Visit

    Mr Obama temporarily suspended military aid to Egypt following a bloody crackdown on Morsi's supporters. According to the program of the visit, the meeting, appreciated here as a sign of the importance Egypt attaches to relations with the United States, addressed bilateral issues, including Washington's military assistance to Cairo, as well as aspects of Fight against terrorism.

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  • 2 killed, 1 injured in Arizona mall shooting

    2 killed, 1 injured in Arizona mall shooting

    Gress identified the other man as 65-year-old Eliot Cobb . An altercation at the Firebirds restaurant inside the La Encantada mall in north Tucson led to a shooting at about 7.30 p.m. "It looked like two gentlemen were fighting, it was hard to tell ". Toni Escuibel , who was at the restaurant with family and friends to celebrate her daughter's 13th birthday, said the scene was chaotic .

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  • Iran calls for establishment of int'l fact-finding mission on Syria

    Iran calls for establishment of int'l fact-finding mission on Syria

    Trump and as other world leaders have blamed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime for the attack, saying, "there can be no dispute that Syria used banned chemical weapons, violated its obligations under the chemical weapons convention, and ignored the urging of the United Nations security counsel".

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  • White House denies bluff over fleet's movement

    The USS Carl Vinson strike group will be near South Korea "in a matter of days", Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday as concerns over a potential North Korean nuclear weapons test continue to mount in the Asia-Pacific region. If the US Navy did not broadcast a photo of the aircraft carrier passing through the Strait between the Java Islands and Sumatra on April 15, everyone would have thought the armada was heading Towards the Korean peninsula to enter the waters of the East Sea.

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  • ¿Qué tanto sabe de Pedro Infante?

    ¿Qué tanto sabe de Pedro Infante?

    Mientras, Lupita Infante encabezó el aniversario luctuoso que abrió con una misa a la cual asistió gran parte de la familia Infante. Entre los familiares más conocidos del Ídolo inmortal se dieron cita Lupita Infante Torrentera , Irma Infante Aguirre, Lupita Infante Esparza, José Manuel Infante, José Ernesto Infante Quintana, Lupita Torrentera Bablot, esta última, su esposa.

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  • Canada-wide manhunt in place for shooting suspect

    Canada-wide manhunt in place for shooting suspect

    Police say the victim, who suffered non-life-threatening injuries, was known to Ighani. RCMP also ask the public not to approach Ighani as he is considered "armed and risky". Oliver RCMP asks anyone seeing Afshin Maleki Ighani immediately call 911, or those with information regarding his current whereabouts to contact their nearest police services or via Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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  • Four women shot in Castleridge

    Four women shot in Castleridge

    Three of the victims were taken to hospital in serious but stable condition, while the fourth sustained soft-tissue injuries and is in stable condition. Investigators were also focusing in on a garage, where a strobe light could be seen hanging from the ceiling. Police released few details about any suspects involved in the shooting and there's no word if any arrests were made.

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  • Egypt's PM addresses parliament before vote on state of emergency

    Egypt's PM addresses parliament before vote on state of emergency

    Enforcing a state of emergency "will give the state bodies the needed flexibility and speed to fight a vicious enemy", Prime Minister Sherif Ismail said, referring to terrorist groups in an address to parliament ahead of the vote. Copts, who make up about one-tenth of Egypt's population of more than 94 million, have been targeted several times in recent months. The group later released a video threatening Egypt's Christians with more attacks.

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