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  • Iran: President Rouhani registers to run for 2nd term

    More than 860 candidates have been registered so far. "Security of the country was a major concerns of (his) government, and as you see, the vicious ghost of war against the country has been dispelled and we are witnessing security for the people today", he added.

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  • Trump, GOP Facing Referendum in Georgia; Dems Aiming for Upset

    The victor will succeed Tom Price, who resigned to become Trump's health secretary. "We will be ready to fight on and win in June if it is necessary", he said. "Tomorrow, we start the campaign anew", she said, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The question is whether Ossoff would command a majority to claim the seat outright.

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  • Georgia House race to high-stakes runoff as Trump wades in

    With 88 percent of the precincts reporting, Ossoff had garnered 48 percent of the vote, falling just short of the majority threshold required in the so-called "jungle primary". Part of what is fueling Democratic excitement about the race is that while Trump won Georgia by six percentage points, the district that Ossoff seeks to win supported Trump by barely one point over Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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  • Ossoff, Handel Headed to Runoff in Georgia's 6th District

    President Donald Trump slammed "failing" Democrats for falling short of securing a congressional seat in the most high-profile special election yet of Trump's presidency. Democrats, out of power in Congress and the White House, need a spark to convince themselves they can take back all that they had lost. "I wonder if Donald Trump and she are going to campaign on that issue in her district", Perez said on CNN .

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  • UK MPs Ready to Push Through Snap Poll on June 8

    UK MPs Ready to Push Through Snap Poll on June 8

    And at the moment the mood among most Tory MPs couldn't be higher and that among Labour MPs hostile to Mr Corbyn couldn't be lower. Several MPs have already announced they will not fight for re-election with the prospects looking hopeless.

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  • Departments could shift to the regions

    Departments could shift to the regions

    Last week she met with business groups on "corporate decentralisation". "All portfolio ministers will be required to report back to cabinet by August on which of their departments, functions or entities are suitable". Business cases would have to follow by December. Last week, Member for Bendigo Lisa Chesters said no towns or cities in regional Victoria were now qualified to receive a government agency, under changes implemented by the Coalition as part of an agency shift to Armidale.

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  • England names set to dominate B&I Lions group

    Gatland, a former All Blacks hooker, has preferred Rory Best, who captained Ireland to an historic first win over the All Blacks last November, Wales' Ken Owens and Hartley's England understudy Jamie George aas his three specialist hookers.

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  • PM warns business to hire Aussies first

    Turnbull has also warned employers about his new temporary foreign worker visas, saying they will be publicly shamed if they try to abuse the system. "The reality is that in farming, much of the training is done on-the-job and experience is valued more highly than tertiary qualifications", Mr Mahar said.

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  • Alabama justice mulling run for higher office

    Alabama justice mulling run for higher office

    Supreme Court ruling. Sitting justices recused themselves from hearing Moore's appeal because their impartiality might be questioned. Asked during a press conference Wednesday if he will run for governor or U.S. The Alabama Court of the Judiciary, the panel that disciplines judges, ruled in September that Moore violated judicial ethics by urging judges to defy clearly established law as well as the direct federal court order.

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  • Trump on Putin: We're Going to 'See What Happens'

    Trump on Putin: We're Going to 'See What Happens'

    In a move that slightly softened the atmosphere, Lavrov said Putin had agreed to restore a U.S. -Russia air safety agreement covering Syria which Moscow suspended in retaliation for the U.S. Tillerson took a hard line against Russian Federation ahead of the meeting, but both sides expressed a positive tone during a press conference after the meeting.

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  • 'Facebook killer' Steve Stephens found dead after auto chase

    Godwin pleaded before he was shot, saying, "I don't know anybody by that name". "I've got a lot of negative comments.I've been told that I'm the one who should have died". The multi-state manhunt for Steve Stephens, the so-called "Facebook killer", came to an abrupt end Tuesday morning after an employee at a Pennsylvania McDonald's recognized him.

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  • People Are Kissing A Car To Win It

    People Are Kissing A Car To Win It

    The "Hands on a Hardbody" competition at a Nissan dealer (also in Texas) began in 1992 and ran until 2005 when one contestant dropped out after 48 hours, walked across the street, bought a gun, and killed himself . Central on Wednesday, their names would go into a box and a victor would be drawn. FOX 7 Austin states: "The 96.7 KISSFM endurance contest continues as participants keep their lips on a Kia Optima in the hopes of being the last individual so they can win it!" In other words, ...

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  • United States playing terrorism game in Syria, Russian foreign minister tells Tillerson

    United States playing terrorism game in Syria, Russian foreign minister tells Tillerson

    The discussions are linked to the situation in Syria, she said. "We do not have any information at suggests that Russian Federation was part of the military attack undertaken using the chemical weapons", Tillerson said. USA officials have said they are trying to assess if Russian Federation played a role in aiding or abetting a chemical attack. However, the runway - as well as storage areas suspected to contain chemical weapons - remained untouched.

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  • Fresno triple killer motivated by hate, police say

    Fresno triple killer motivated by hate, police say

    He is expected to be arraigned Friday. "He wouldn't want people to be divided by this", Valencia said. Later Tuesday, Pacific Gas & Electric confirmed that one of the victims was an employee who was sitting in the passenger seat of his work truck when Muhammad allegedly shot him.

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  • ISIS deaths from Afghanistan bomb strike rise to 90

    Afghan security force personnel take part in an ongoing operation against an Islamic State (IS) militant stronghold in Achin district of Nangarhar, eastern Afghanistan on April 14, 2017. "ISIS, by comparison, is a sideshow", Michael Kugelman of the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington told AFP. After "capturing" Iraq and Syria, ISIS has made inroads into Afghanistan in recent years, attracting disaffected members of the Pakistani and Afghan Taliban as well as Uzbek Islamists.

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  • Why did USA really attack Syria?

    Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said goal of the U.S. missile attacks on an airfield in Syria last week was aimed at stalling the peace process within the country after six years of the bloody conflict. But there was no sign of a breakthrough following the talks, with the two sides seemingly as far apart as ever on Syria. But in a Fox Business Network interview, the US president said he wouldn't intervene militarily against Assad unless the Syrian leader resorts to using weapons of mass ...

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  • Missouri auditor goes after revenue department over tax refund information

    Missouri auditor goes after revenue department over tax refund information

    Jay Nixon, but not information about the current fiscal year. She said the objective of the audit is to make sure the DOR is refunding taxpayers within 45 days of the submitted returns and, if not, paying the interest required by law. "Missourians deserve to know whether the Department of Revenue can process refunds in a timely manner", Galloway said of the subpoena, which is her first since taking office.

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  • Three-star quarterback joins Missouri's Class of 2018

    The Missouri football Class of 2018 is in its earliest stages, but the Tigers picked up a huge recruiting victory on Wednesday. Missouri set its sights on Sidney Lanier High dual-threat quarterback James Foster II from Montgomery, Ala., at the outset of the recruiting process for the 2018 class.

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  • Trump Congratulates Erdogan after Narrow Referendum 'Victory'

    Opposition parties called for the vote to be annulled because of a series of irregularities, particularly an electoral board decision to accept ballots that didn't bear official stamps, as required by Turkish law. Today, Yildirim said Erdogan would be invited to join the party as soon as the official results are declared. Tana de Zulueta, head of the observer mission, told reporters that the group had paid a courtesy call and held a "cordial" meeting with electoral board members.

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  • Want to help name April's baby giraffe? It will cost you

    April has her own website and even an apparel line. A GoFundMe fundraiser page that initially set a goal of $50,000 sat at more than $125,000 on Saturday morning. He's very outgoing. And Oliver [the father] - usually males have no part in raising of the young - [but] he's actually been quite inquisitive and getting nose to nose with baby.

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  • What Would Happen If A North Korean Nuclear Missile Launch Appeared Imminent?

    The video, as Yonhap said , shows a new medium-range North Korean ballistic missile crossing the Pacific Ocean and striking an unidentified American city. Last week, Trump said he would not declare China a currency manipulator, pulling back from a campaign promise, as he looked for help from Beijing , which is the North's dominant trade partner.

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  • Corea del Norte:

    Corea del Norte: "En cualquier momento puede desatarse una guerra"

    El funcionario viajó a Panmunjom en Corea del Sur, una comunidad desmilitarizada, para mantener conversaciones con Hwang Kyo-ahn, presidente surcoreano. UU., pero Washington dice que faltan años para que eso ocurra. Así lo anunció el viceministro de Exteriores de ese país, Han Song-ryol. Según el embajador, el reciente despliegue de un portaaviones nuclear estadounidense en aguas próximas a la península de Corea está " empujando la situación hacia el borde de una guerra ".

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  • Viene otra guerra entre EU y Corea del Norte — Tensión

    La Cancillería de Corea del Norte advirtió el país está preparado para tomar las medidas más duras para defenderse de las poderosas armas contra lo que considera provocaciones de Washington . China , que es el salvavidas económico de Corea del Norte , ya ha impuesto sanciones económicas, incluyendo una prohibición total de importaciones de carbón norcoreano desde febrero .

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  • UC Berkeley calls off Ann Coulter talk for security reasons

    UC Berkeley calls off Ann Coulter talk for security reasons

    Coulter, famous for provocative right-wing statements on subjects such as immigration, was scheduled to give a speech on April 27. University spokesman Dan Mogulof said that posters went up on campus last week threatening disruption of the event and officials discovered "targeted threats" on various websites indicating the possibility of planned violence.

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  • EEUU promete seguridad a Japón ante pruebas nucleares de Corea del Norte

    EEUU promete seguridad a Japón ante pruebas nucleares de Corea del Norte

    El vicembajador norcoreano afirmó que Washington está "perturbando la paz y la estabilidad" en todo el mundo con su respuesta "injusta y desproporcionada" al líder de Corea del Norte , Kim Jong-un. Al visitar la Zona desmilitarizada coreana (Dmz), el vicepresidente de Estados Unidos , Mike Pence definió como "acorazada" a la alianza entre Washington y Seúl y reiteró que "todas las opciones están en la mesa" para presionar a Pyongyang a dejar de lado sus armas nucleares y el ...

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  • VP Pence gives stern warning to North Korea

    China says it is seriously concerned about North Korean nuclear development, in the wake of a BBC interview with a top official from the North. "It's a major danger". North Korea did test a missile on Sunday, but by US and South Korean accounts it failed "within seconds". Mr Pence also insisted that the long standing USA commitment to South Korea against the North was "iron clad".

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  • Ya estoy mucho mejor

    Ya estoy mucho mejor

    Koehle informó que los dispositivos contenían piezas de metal. Lo que si es un hecho es que los explosivos que se encontraban detrás de un bote de basura tenían como objetivo al autobús del Borussia Dortmund, por lo que el hecho de que la tragedia no haya pasado a mayores y no que hubiera víctimas fatales resulta prácticamente un milagro, ya que los artefactos tenían más de cien metros de alcance.

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  • Israel Refuses to Negotiate With Palestinian Prisoners on Hunger Strike

    Israel charged him with directing suicide bombings and he was sentenced to five life terms. The issue of Palestinians held in Israeli jails is an ongoing source of tension between the two sides. He is popular among Palestinians, with polls suggesting he could win the Palestinian presidency. Israel said the move by the prisoners, many of whom were convicted of attacks or planning attacks against Israel , was politically motivated.

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  • H-1B visas: Nasscom says no impact as Assocham asserts lay-offs ahead

    H-1B visas: Nasscom says no impact as Assocham asserts lay-offs ahead

    The executive order, dubbed "Buy American and Hire American", also aims to change rules for government purchases to give priority to American products. The H-1B program grants 65,000 work visas a year to foreigners, with 20,000 more visas granted to foreigners with advanced degrees and an unlimited number of extra visas available for universities, teaching hospitals and other nonprofit organizations.

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