• Trump Reportedly Tells Pentagon To Consider Reducing Troops In South Korea
Trump Reportedly Tells Pentagon To Consider Reducing Troops In South Korea

Even as Washington presses for the release of the three American prisoners , the parents of a United States college student who died past year soon after being release from captivity in North Korea have sued Pyongyang over their son's death, saying Otto Warmbier was "brutally tortured and murdered".

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  • Abbas warns of unspecified 'tough steps' against Israel, US
Abbas warns of unspecified 'tough steps' against Israel, US

Qidra added that Asser, a local resident of Tal al-Hawa neighborhood in the southern part of Gaza City, was shot by Israeli snipers ton April 27. There are no public regulations that prove the Israeli army adheres to an open-fire policy, however, recent statements by high-ranking officials and recents actions in the Israel-Gaza border was used ...

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  • Iran threatens to quit nuclear deal if USA walks away
Iran threatens to quit nuclear deal if USA walks away

The three European countries that signed the deal have repeatedly tried to persuade Trump not to abandon it. "In the past year or so, we've been told that President Trump is unhappy with the deal, and it now appears that the response from some Europeans has been to offer the United States more concessions from our pocket", Zarif said .

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  • Telstra Fixes Issues With Triple Zero Calls Following Outage
Telstra Fixes Issues With Triple Zero Calls Following Outage

If any customers are still experiencing issues with their service we encourage them to contact a Telstra customer service representative. Phone systems are also being impacted, with landline and mobile services impacted. A spokeswoman for the Australian Communications and Media Authority, which regulates and monitors carriage service providers an...

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  • Temperatures to reach 80s Wednesday in MA
Temperatures to reach 80s Wednesday in MA

People eager to get out on the water in their canoes and kayaks may want to take some extra precautions, officials from the weather service said. The warmest April day since weather information was recorded here in Sheldon was 98-degrees, which came back on April 28, 1910, while the coldest low temperature was 2-degrees below zero, which happened o...

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  • Canada's Exemption On US Steel And Aluminum Tariffs Extended Until June 1
Canada's Exemption On US Steel And Aluminum Tariffs Extended Until June 1

The U.S. did come to preliminary agreements with Argentina, Australia , and Brazil that would exempt those countries from the tariffs permanently. Brazil's aluminum industry had opted for 10 percent import tariffs, while the steel industry opted for an imports quota system, the statement said .

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  • Iowa passes 'foetal heartbeat' abortion ban, most restrictive in US
Iowa passes 'foetal heartbeat' abortion ban, most restrictive in US

But her spokeswoman told CNN: "Gov. Reynolds is 100% pro-life and will never stop fighting for the unborn". "This is the most restrictive , or I like to say positive, and aggressive abortion bill that's ever been passed ". Republican lawmakers passed the bill in back-to-back votes, sending it to the governor's desk to sign into law. Sen....

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  • Southwest Flight Diverted After Cabin Window Cracks
Southwest Flight Diverted After Cabin Window Cracks

Boeing declined to identify the supplier that manufactured the windows on its 737-700s, the model involved in Wednesday's incident and last month's fatal accident. The second plane landed only an hour later than the flight was originally supposed to land. The aircraft was taken out of service and a spokesperson for the airlines said there were n...

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  • National Weather Service advising area to be
National Weather Service advising area to be "weather aware" on Tuesday

Another round of storms, some of which could easily become severe, is possible along and south of I-80 yet again Wednesday evening. The strong to severe storms could develop in northeast Nebraska Monday evening as the front moves into the area.

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  • Boston, Get Ready! Amazon to Add 2000 Jobs
Boston, Get Ready! Amazon to Add 2000 Jobs

More than 6,000 people now work for Amazon in Canada, including 1,000 researchers and engineers in Vancouver at several sites. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared at the event with Vancouver employees at the site of a planned 416,000 square foot Development Center, which is scheduled to open in 2022.

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  • John Kelly Clashes With Media Over Alleged 'Idiot Trump' Remarks
John Kelly Clashes With Media Over Alleged 'Idiot Trump' Remarks

The chief of staff also allegedly called the president "an idiot " during a closed-door negotiation on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, claiming that Trump "doesn't even understand" what this program actually is and thus needs to be saved "from himself".

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  • Macron Planted Tree Is Dug Up To Go Into Quarantine
Macron Planted Tree Is Dug Up To Go Into Quarantine

The two heads planted the sapling on April 23 in the South Lawn. She signaled that the close relationship with the USA was changing. According to US Customs and Border Protection regulations, all plants brought into the country must be declared and inspected by agriculture specialists.

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  • Examining possible targets for the Giants on Day 3 of the draft
Examining possible targets for the Giants on Day 3 of the draft

New coach Pat Shurmur and Giants GM Dave Gettleman could go offensive line again before this draft is up. Saquon Barkley is the most intriguing running back to enter the league since Adrian Peterson in 2007, if not long before that.

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  • Central American asylum seekers stranded at US border for second day
Central American asylum seekers stranded at US border for second day

On a breezy Sunday afternoon some 200 of the migrants, including dozens of children, were driven in buses to the beach for a final rally before they decided whether or not to head for the busiest port of entry in the United States and try to seek asylum.

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  • Canada waits for news on United States steel tariffs with deadline tomorrow
Canada waits for news on United States steel tariffs with deadline tomorrow

Most administration officials are pushing for Trump to at least extend the exemptions to continue talks on trade remedies, Jonathan Swan of the news website Axios reported . administration with the aim of a permanent exemption from USA tariffs". Harley-Davidson Inc. and bourbon are both on the list of goods that could be hit, pressuring Republica...

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  • United Nations warns of catastrophe as Syria escalates assault on Palestinian camp
United Nations warns of catastrophe as Syria escalates assault on Palestinian camp

The announcement comes almost two weeks into the government's campaign to oust Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) group fighters from the capital's southern suburbs, including the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk. At least 19 civilians have been killed and 150 injured since the campaign began, mostly women and elderly, according to Ayman Abu Ha...

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  • United Nations team visiting Rohingya refugees
United Nations team visiting Rohingya refugees

The UN has said that lives of tens of thousands of Rohingya refugees hang in the balance as monsoon and cyclone seasons threaten their makeshift camps in Bangladesh. The prime minister also said the repatriation process of the Rohingyas has to be supervised by the United Nations. The diplomats, who visited the sprawling camps and border points wh...

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  • US Secretary of State Pompeo calls on Palestinians to negotiate
US Secretary of State Pompeo calls on Palestinians to negotiate

In the first incident on Sunday, two men "attempted to infiltrate" into Israel from the southern Gaza Strip, the military said in a statement. "We believe that the Israelis and Palestinians need to have political engagement". Israel has been accused by the United Nations, European Union and rights groups of using excessive force against unarmed...

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  • After Flight Snag, Rahul Gandhi Got Phone Call From PM Modi
After Flight Snag, Rahul Gandhi Got Phone Call From PM Modi

Congress filed another complaint with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) seeking a detailed investigation into the matter. The Congress and the BJP are locked in a keen battle in the Karnataka assembly polls, scheduled for May 12, with the saffron party making an all-out bid to oust the Congress from power.

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  • Pope Francis Expresses Sadness Over Death Of Baby Alfie
Pope Francis Expresses Sadness Over Death Of Baby Alfie

His father , Tom Evans announced that the boy from Merseyside, who had a degenerative brain condition, died at 02:30 BST (British Summer Time). "Our baby boy grew his wings tonight at 2:30 a.m". It must be emphasized that Alfie Evans is breathing without life support as I am writing this, contra the opinions offered by his doctors . He than...

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  • Alexandre Lacazette wary of Arsenal changes with Arsene Wenger exit
Alexandre Lacazette wary of Arsenal changes with Arsene Wenger exit

The loss means Wenger will set an unwanted record before he leaves, with the Gunners now on their worst run of form on the road since England won the World Cup in 1966. Leaving the club where he has spent the last two decades is proving to be hard for the former Nancy and Monaco coach, who led Arsenal to three Premier League titles.

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  • Ruling party in Armenia withdraws from PM race after protests
Ruling party in Armenia withdraws from PM race after protests

The Prosperous Armenia Party, which holds 31 seats, threw its weight behind Pashinyan on Saturday. According to Interfax , the protesters reacted to the call of Nikol Pashinyan , the leader of the protest, the head of the parliamentary fraction Yelk.

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  • United Nations condemns Israel's use of 'excessive force' in Gaza
United Nations condemns Israel's use of 'excessive force' in Gaza

The other was detained for questioning, it said. During the most recent protests the IDF said an unusually large number of people made a "highly organized" attempt to break through the border fence, which was thwarted. Tap water is undrinkable and its Mediterranean coast has been polluted with untreated waste. Organizers call the Great March o...

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  • China, India agree to boost bilateral ties amid border demarcation row
China, India agree to boost bilateral ties amid border demarcation row

His statement assumes significance amid moves by the west, particularly the USA, to take protectionist measures that have hit countries like China and India. India boycotted last year's Belt and Road Forum organised by China. "We discussed ways to give impetus to our economic ties as well as people-to-people relations", the Indian Prime Minister s...

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  • Rep. Patrick Meehan resigns amid sexual harassment probe
Rep. Patrick Meehan resigns amid sexual harassment probe

The House Ethics Committee voted in February to open an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against the Pennsylvania Republican and his former chief of staff. Meehan declined to reveal any future plans. For that reason, when Gov. Tom Wolf (D) schedules the special election, voters will be tasked with choosing someone to represent the o...

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