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This is a time of determination and courage. What we cherish is at stake. 'What we cherish is at fate, what we love is in danger.' . We have no choice but to prevail, and together we shall prevail. "Our objective is clear". "It is together that we will counter the proliferation in weapons of mass destruction, whether it is in North Korea or in Iran ", Macron said .
  • Siddaramaiah-BJP face off over north Indian

    Siddaramaiah-BJP face off over north Indian "imports" jibe

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    Chandrashekar told IANS here. Karnataka BJP also said on Wednesday that the party is celebrating #NammaManeBJPMane campaign where lakhs of BJP karyakartas are hoisting the party flag atop their houses and are resolving to win their booths to win Karnataka on May 12 .
  • Zinedine Zidane reveals why Real Madrid let James Rodriguez join Bayern Munich

    Zinedine Zidane reveals why Real Madrid let James Rodriguez join Bayern Munich

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    That was on display in their last outing in the Champions League, when Juventus beat them 3-1 and lost the tie only because of the first 90 minutes at their own stadium and a fortuitous, if not also deserved, late penalty call. Given he's no longer a guaranteed starter and earning so much, you suspect Madrid wouldn't be averse to selling their No. 11 for the right price at the end of the season.
  • Was Kanye West's breakdown the result of opioid addiction?

    Was Kanye West's breakdown the result of opioid addiction?

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    It's claimed Kanye is keen to bring everything in house as he works on his various creative endeavors, however it's been noted he "still on good terms" with Braun and the SB Productions team who began co-managing West two years ago after he brought out The Life Of Pablo.
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    The list of 62 finalists will now be forwarded to the U.S. Treasury for review and final certification. The Delaware sites include a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial properties that are well-positioned to compete for the significant investment needed in low-income communities across the state.
  • Flyers' Couturier has hat trick despite torn MCL

    Flyers' Couturier has hat trick despite torn MCL

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    Alas, the Pittsburgh Penguins got the last laugh after not only beating the Flyers in the series, but by paying their respects to the Philadelphia dead. Penguins forward Carter Rowney cross-checked Travis Konecny and roughed him up on the ice while the officials just watched. Couturier also led a penalty-killing unit that was 5 for 5 - against the league's top power play - and scored a shorthanded goal.
  • Whoever gets to Texas first gets to extradite accused FMB murderer

    Whoever gets to Texas first gets to extradite accused FMB murderer

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    Authorities there have charged Riess with second-degree murder, ID theft and grand theft auto in the death of 59-year-old Pamela Hutchinson. South Padre Island Police Chief, Randy Smith tells CHANNEL 5 NEWS detectives executed a warrant Friday night to search Riess' vehicle and the hotel room she was staying in.
  • Corporate watchdog probing unfair biz practices at Korean Air

    Corporate watchdog probing unfair biz practices at Korean Air

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    Cho Hyun-min has denied she threw the cup at the employee's face, saying she pushed it toward the ground and neither of the victims have reportedly expressed the wish to seek a case against the heiress. In his letter of apology on Sunday (April 22), Chairman Cho pledged to strengthen the role of the boardroom and launch a compliance committee to "institutionally prevent" such incidents from happening, while firing his two daughters.
  • Warriors come out flat, can't sweep the Spurs

    Warriors come out flat, can't sweep the Spurs

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    Ginobili scored 16 points, going five of 10 shooting, to extend the Spurs' season by at least two more days. It has been anything but as they cruised to double digit wins in their first three games. "We're not awful shooters". That question was posed to Golden State's Draymond Green , whose response wasn't quite as good as his facial expressions.
  • Weather forecast: Chance of showers, storms this afternoon, evening

    Weather forecast: Chance of showers, storms this afternoon, evening

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    New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible. Shower chances linger Monday and Tuesday before mother nature would offer up a brief break. Friday night , the low will be around 43 with clear skies, according to the weather service. Sunny, with a high near 65. Tuesday will be another sunny day, with a high near 65, forecasters said.
  • Gujrat riots: HC acquits Maya Kodnani

    Gujrat riots: HC acquits Maya Kodnani

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    It also commuted the sentence of another convict, Babu Bajrangi , to a 21-year jail term from life in prison. "The high court pointed out that the delay of six years in recording statements against Kodnani gave her the benefit of the doubt".
  • Irish border solution is 'fantasy', says former ambassador to EU

    Irish border solution is 'fantasy', says former ambassador to EU

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    European Union diplomatic sources told The Daily Telegraph that Brussels officials delivered a "detailed and forensic rebuttal", and said "none of the United Kingdom customs options will work - none of them". Britain wants to see a new "streamlined customs partnership " with "regulatory equivalence" on both sides of the border, as well as an option for future "divergence", the newspaper reported, but the European Union has rejected this out of hand.
  • Two Houthi-fired missiles intercepted over Jazan

    Two Houthi-fired missiles intercepted over Jazan

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    Sammad, head of the Huthis' supreme political council, was "martyred" in the eastern province of Hodeida on Thursday, the rebels said in a statement published on the Huthi-run Saba news agency. Yemen's armed Houthi movement fired two ballistic missiles at a Saudi Aramco facility in the southern city of Jizan on Monday, but Saudi state media said both projectiles were destroyed.
  • India PM To Meet China's Jinping This Week

    India PM To Meet China's Jinping This Week

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    PM Modi's April 27-28 visit can be compared to the 1988 visit by then Prime Minister Rajeev Gandhi who met then China's paramount leader Deng Xiaoping and reset the bilateral ties after the 1962 war. They have to live side-by-side, so it is better to live as a family, said Dalai Lama while talking to reporters during an event at Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management in the national capital.
  • Armenian PM resigns after 11 days of wild protests

    Armenian PM resigns after 11 days of wild protests

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    People march during a protest against the appointment of ex-president Serzh Sarksyan as the new prime minister in Yerevan, Armenia on April 23, 2018. At time of going to press, the population of Armenia is celebrating its long awaited victory and hoping finally to establish democracy in the country.
  • US Treasury Chief May Visit China

    US Treasury Chief May Visit China

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    An IMF advisory committee has called on global financial institutions, including the World Bank , to work on a multi-pronged programme to enhance debt transparency and sustainability, as India sought mitigation of the rising debt vulnerabilities of low income countries.
  • Drone shot down near Saudi King's palace

    Drone shot down near Saudi King's palace

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    The official spokesman of Riyadh police said on Saturday that security forces "dealt with" an unauthorised, small drone-type toy after spotting it at a security point in Khuzama neighbourhood, state-run news agency SPA said. Sheikh is also an adviser to the crowned Prince Mohammad Bin Salman. Crown Prince Mohammed now serves as deputy prime minister and defense minister. Saudi Arabia and a coalition of allies have struggled to oust the insurgents, which have fired ballistic missiles into ...
  • Queen's epic eye roll after Prince Charles calls her 'mummy'

    Queen's epic eye roll after Prince Charles calls her 'mummy'

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    While the concert featured performances from Sting, Shaggy, and Kylie Minogue , it also featured several pieces from classical musicals. The Queen and members of the royal family will be guests of honour at the celebration, which is being billed as The Queen's Birthday Party.
  • Nikki Haley's savage own of Larry Kudlow is one for the ages

    Nikki Haley's savage own of Larry Kudlow is one for the ages

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    It will be interesting to see what lies ahead for her relationship with the White House - and Kudlow. "Secretary Mnuchin will be announcing those on Monday if he hasn't already and they will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with equipment related to Assad and chemical weapons use".
  • Syrian rebel fighters lay down weapons and leave another town

    Syrian rebel fighters lay down weapons and leave another town

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    After the army's recovery of Eastern Ghouta this month in a ferocious battle that began in February, the surrender Dumayr and Qalamoun would leave only the pocket in south Damascus outside government control in the area around the capital. "If they refuse, the army and supporting forces are ready to launch a military operation to end the presence of the organisation in the area", al-Watan said.
  • BJP welcomes SC verdict on Loya case

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    It said the judicial process will be reduced to a "charade" if the courts are burdened with such cases with extraneous reasons. The late special CBI judge was presiding over the trial in a case related to the killing of Sohrabuddin Sheikh in an alleged staged shootout in November 2005 near Gandhinagar in which the now BJP chief Amit Shah was an accused.
  • 'Smallville' Actress Allison Mack Arrested in Cult-Like Case

    'Smallville' Actress Allison Mack Arrested in Cult-Like Case

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    She wasn't granted bail as her camp's offer wasn't approved by the judge, who deemed it wasn't "sufficient" for such a serious case. The Smallville actress - who played Chloe Sullivan on the Superman show - has allegedly been arrested for being involved in Nxivm , a "cult" thought to have been run out of a house in NY.
  • Queen Elizabeth Ii May Have Opened Her Last Chogm

    Queen Elizabeth Ii May Have Opened Her Last Chogm

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    Speaking after the Commonwealth Heads of Government (CHOGM) Meeting Theresa May expressed her gratitude to the Queen for her years of service and said of Prince Charles: "His Royal Highness has been a proud supporter of the Commonwealth for more than four decades...
  • 3.6 magnitude quake rattles Detroit area

    3.6 magnitude quake rattles Detroit area

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    According to the USGS, the epicenter of the quake was Amherstburg, Canada, which is just on the other side of the Detroit River from MI. It was measured at a depth of five kilometres. He says quakes here rarely cause damage because of the geology of the region. People could apparently feel the earth shake as far away as Detroit though, which shows that this wasn't quite as small as it may appear.
  • World War II bomb find sparks evacuation in Berlin

    World War II bomb find sparks evacuation in Berlin

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    Local bus and train routes have been disrupted during the operation while roads surrounding the station have been closed. Police wrote on Twitter on Wednesday that the bomb was in a safe condition and there was not causing any immediate danger.
  • 'Irresponsible Stupidity': Rove Sounds Off on Some Dems Opposing Pompeo Nomination

    'Irresponsible Stupidity': Rove Sounds Off on Some Dems Opposing Pompeo Nomination

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    CIA Director Mike Pompeo speaks at his confirmation hearing to become secretary of state . "The Secretary of State has a much broader policy portfolio than the CIA Director". "Senator, as I - I think I said this to Senator Kaine, I'm happy to repeat my view on this". With Paul a "no" vote and Sen. The Senate Historical Office says that hasn't happened since 2001, when Theodore Olson was confirmed as USA solicitor general after the Senate Judiciary Committee rejected his selection ...
  • Xi Jinping Congratulates Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel

    Xi Jinping Congratulates Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel

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    Cuba's President Raul Castro , center left, enters the National Assembly followed by his successor Miguel Diaz-Canel, center right, for the start of two-day legislative session in Havana, Wednesday, April 18, 2018. Diaz-Canel said concluding his speech. He served as the minister of higher education before he was elected as the first vice president of the Council of State in 2013.
  • Oman Crude oil price breaches $70 mark

    Oman Crude oil price breaches $70 mark

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    Energy Information Administration. The supply cut has helped boost oil prices this year to $73 a barrel, the highest since November 2014. The EIA said that U.S. The deal, which runs through the end of this year, has almost shrunk global oil stockpiles to their five-year average. OPEC and its allies, including Russian Federation, are scheduled to gather in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on April 20 to explore ways of prolonging their cooperation in their efforts to reduce a global glut.
  • Starbucks Founder: 'Unconscious Bias' Training Is 'Just The Beginning'

    Starbucks Founder: 'Unconscious Bias' Training Is 'Just The Beginning'

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    The employee who called the police no longer works for the company. While the two arrested men have yet to be identified by name, the AP confirmed Johnson met in person with the pair April 16 to apologize . These separate incident have prompted Starbucks to respond by pledging to train their baristas and management staff on racial bias. "Clearly, there's an opportunity for us to provide clarity and in addition to that I'd say there's training , more training that we're going ...
  • SpaceX to Build Mars Rocket at Port of Los Angeles

    SpaceX to Build Mars Rocket at Port of Los Angeles

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    NASA emphasized that the satellite, which is a little smaller than a subcompact auto, was in "excellent health and remains ready for launch" from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Inside the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at Kennedy Space Center, NASA's TESS was being prepared for an April 16 launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
  • Secret talks warm up US-N Korea relations

    Secret talks warm up US-N Korea relations

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    About whether Japan will be exempted from new USA restrictions on imports of steel and aluminum, Kudlow said, "It's a key point on the agenda" of the summit meeting. Mr Trump said he was working to reduce that imbalance and pushing to remove barriers to USA exports. Talks on Wednesday focused on trade, including the possibility of exempting Japan from new United States tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
  • Stormy Daniels releases sketch of 'man who threatened her in vehicle park'

    Stormy Daniels releases sketch of 'man who threatened her in vehicle park'

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    Trump recently told reporters he had no knowledge of the Cohen's payment to Daniels. Adult film actress Stormy Daniels on Monday. Trump and Brady are said to have had a close friendship over the years. Plus, the client had specifically asked for privacy and requested that they appeal any demand to divulge his name. She said the agreement was meant to silence her about the alleged affair she had with Trump.
  • 5 questions I still have for Sean Hannity about Michael Cohen

    5 questions I still have for Sean Hannity about Michael Cohen

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    Hannity addressed the news on his AM radio show, claiming that while he never retained Cohen in the "traditional" sense, they still had attorney-client privilege. "Now he's on his program saying it was really nothing, I was asking for legal advice about real estate ". Sekulow has been a frequent guest on Hannity's Fox show.
  • Local politicians react to USA air strikes in Syria

    Local politicians react to USA air strikes in Syria

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    Assad denies he has used chemical weapons, and the USA has yet to present evidence of what it says led to the allied action: a chlorine gas attack on civilians in Douma on April 7 that killed more than 40 people. What happens next, she said, is up to Assad and to his Russian and Iranian allies. "We convinced him to limit the strikes to chemical weapons when at the same time there was a burst of tweets that did not escape you", Macron said.
  • Russian Federation implements ban on Telegram

    Russian Federation implements ban on Telegram

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    Roskomnadzor started implementing the court's decision on Monday by ordering internet service providers to block Telegram. The court said Telegram should be blocked until it obeys a government order to provide users' encrypted messages to the Federal Security Service (FSB).