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  • Peace Prize winner Malala meets with Pakistan PM

    Peace Prize winner Malala meets with Pakistan PM

    Malala met with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi earlier Thursday and later took questions from an audience. She was immediately air-lifted to Great Britain for treatment after the attack . She added that for further treatment, she had to move overseas and now she has to continue her studies there. "On this day, I cherish fond memories of home, of playing cricket on rooftops and singing the national anthem in school".

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  • Trump Lawyer Pushed For Pardons Of Michael Flynn And Paul Manafort

    Trump Lawyer Pushed For Pardons Of Michael Flynn And Paul Manafort

    An attorney for President Donald Trump raised the idea of Trump pardoning two of his former top advisers previous year as Special Counsel Robert Mueller was building a case against them in his probe into possible Russian interference in the US presidential election, the New York Times reported on Wednesday.

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  • Deported Kenya opposition leader in airport fracas

    Deported Kenya opposition leader in airport fracas

    Following a nine-hour stand-off, which included the police physically manhandling him as they attempt to carry him on to a Dubai-bound flight, the pilot of the plane, which had been delayed specifically for Miguna, took off after witnessing the violent scenes.

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  • Shopping centre fire in Russian Federation kills at least 48 people

    Shopping centre fire in Russian Federation kills at least 48 people

    Speaking in court Wednesday, security guard Sergei Antyushin said in remarks carried by the Dozhd television station that the mall's fire alarm did go off and that he called emergency services when it did. "We have been locked inside the movie theatre". At one point, Tsivilev, speaking to protesters through a megaphone, referred to the official death toll of 64 recorded in the fire.

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  • China's Space Station is Falling to Earth

    China's Space Station is Falling to Earth

    The Tiangong-1 is expected to crash into Earth's atmosphere around April 1. The shape of China's falling space station Tiangong-1 can be seen in this radar image from the Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques near Bonn, Germany.

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  • Decision on Sterling charges could be announced tomorrow

    Decision on Sterling charges could be announced tomorrow

    A decision on whether the state of Louisiana will pursue charges against the Baton Rouge Police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling could come tomorrow, WWL-TV reports. In May 2017, federal prosecutors found there wasn't enough evidence to warrant civil rights charges against Salamoni and Lake. "As we move into this next phase of the investigation, I continue to ask the people of Louisiana to pray for Alton's family, the community of North Baton Rouge where he ...

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  • Three grenade-carrying infiltrators from Gaza captured in Israel

    Three grenade-carrying infiltrators from Gaza captured in Israel

    Three Palestinians armed with grenades and knives who infiltrated Israel from Gaza were captured near an army base in southern Israel. Tuesday's rally, organized by Gaza's Religious Affairs Ministry and the Association of Palestinian Scholars, an NGO, was meant to drum up support for Friday's mass demonstration during which Gazans plan to converge on the Gaza-Israel border.

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  • More Easter egg hunts announced

    More Easter egg hunts announced

    Kids got to search for eggs in five different hunt areas. Volunteers help to make the event possible. All of the proceeds will go to the turtle rescue at the Gulf World Marine Institute. Christian Way Farm will run an egg hunt at 11 a.m. Saturday. One survey revealed the average child would receive eggs or presents worth £56 and consume more than 8,000 extra calories over the four-day Easter period while another poll suggested some children would get through as many as 13 eggs .

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  • Europe steps up pressure on Russian Federation over spy attack

    Europe steps up pressure on Russian Federation over spy attack

    France and Germany backed Mrs May's call for tougher action, though their exact plans are less clear. The leaked proposal to expel Russian diplomats, first reported by CNN, raised questions about whether people inside the US government disclosed the pending action to force the president's hand in taking tough action against Moscow.

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  • John Dowd Out as Trump's Lawyer in Mueller Probe

    John Dowd Out as Trump's Lawyer in Mueller Probe

    Mueller, a shift in tone that appears to be born of the president's concern that the investigation is bearing down on him more directly. On Thursday, the president reaffirmed his willingness to meet with Mueller, telling reporters following a trade event at the White House: " Yes, I would like to ".

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  • Arrested Catalan ex-leader Puigdemont to appear in German court

    Arrested Catalan ex-leader Puigdemont to appear in German court

    Puigdemont was detained Sunday morning in Germany on an worldwide warrant near the highway leading from Denmark to Germany . However, pro-independence parties returned with a slim majority. A Spanish police official told The Associated Press on customary condition of anonymity that Spain's National Center for Intelligence and police agents from its worldwide cooperation division helped German police in the capture of Carles Puigdemont .

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  • USA warship sails near disputed South China Sea island, officials say

    USA warship sails near disputed South China Sea island, officials say

    Neither China's Foreign nor Defence Ministries immediately responded to a request for comment. Nicole Schwegman, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Pacific Fleet. The U.S. fears the outposts could be used to restrict free movement in the waterway - which includes vital sea lanes through which about $3 trillion in global trade passes each year - and has conducted several FONOPs in the area.

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  • Paul McCartney Marches Against Gun Violence In Memory Of John Lennon

    Paul McCartney Marches Against Gun Violence In Memory Of John Lennon

    Paul McCartney tried to imagine a world without gun violence - while standing just steps away from the spot where his former band mate John Lennon was murdered. "But this is what we can do, so I'm here to do it". Paul McCartney was among those who took a participation in the nationwide March For Our Lives on Saturday after deadly mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 dead.

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  • Trump's focus is money as Saudi prince visits

    Trump's focus is money as Saudi prince visits

    Earlier this week the Senate debated and then shelved a resolution calling for an end to US support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen. Created at the end of the Second World War by Franklin D. Donald Trump chose Saudi Arabia as the location for his first official overseas visits, a symbolic decision that reasserted the country's position as America's pre-eminent ally in the Middle East.

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  • White House Defends Putin Call

    White House Defends Putin Call

    At the white-tie Gridiron Club dinner on March 4, diGenova was one of the event's "ringers"-non-members who are brought in to supplement the singing sketches that are part of the 133-year-old dinner's program". "What we do know is that Putin has been elected in their country, and that's not something that we can dictate to them how they operate", said Sanders at the briefing, defending Trump's congratulatory message.

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  • 'Black Panther' Breaks Yet Another Record, This Time For Twitter

    'Black Panther' Breaks Yet Another Record, This Time For Twitter

    The film was tweeted about more than 35 million times, according to Twitter , allowing it to overtake both Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi , which now hold the number two and three spots, respectively. Marvel has released its latest trailer for the highly-anticipated release of Avengers: Infinity War next month. Therefore, ranking it as the most tweeted about movie ever.

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  • Nervous wait for fire-hit Tathra residents

    Nervous wait for fire-hit Tathra residents

    THE man who coordinated Lismore's post flood recovery a year ago has been appointed to manage the support of the Tathra communities hit by devastating bushfires this week. Still, for some of those affected the damage seemed brutal. As of Monday night, there were 14 bush and grass fires in NSW, with eight uncontained.

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  • Trump May Be Deposed in 'Apprentice' Groping Lawsuit

    Trump May Be Deposed in 'Apprentice' Groping Lawsuit

    As such, the decision could be reviewed by a NY appeals court before being tackled by the 2nd Circuit and eventually perhaps the Supreme Court. Trump denied the allegations and called Zervos a liar. "We are grateful for the opportunity to prove that the Defendant falsely branded Ms Zervos a phony for telling the truth about his unwanted sexual groping".

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  • California City Votes to Defy 'Sanctuary State' Law, Obey Constitution

    California City Votes to Defy 'Sanctuary State' Law, Obey Constitution

    The Los Alamitos action also directed the city attorney to write an amicus brief in support of the March 7 preemption lawsuit filed against California by the Justice Department. "I think from an immigration standpoint, we just think that's a job for the USA government". But Los Alamitos is surrounded by larger and more diverse communities that are home to more immigrants, and visitors are drawn to the area by a nearby horse racetrack.

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  • China taps US-trained Yi to head central bank

    China taps US-trained Yi to head central bank

    US President Donald Trump is expected to unveil tariffs on a range of Chinese goods valued at US$30 billion annually to force China to cut its trade surplus with the US by US$100 billion. Liu, a Xi confidante, has a deep understanding of the country's economic issues and is an emerging star in Chinese politics. Like Zhou, Yi speaks fluent English.

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  • Risk of Accumulating Snow Increasing for Wednesday Afternoon/Night

    Risk of Accumulating Snow Increasing for Wednesday Afternoon/Night

    AMOUNTSAt the moment, we are seeing anywhere from a dusting to over six inches of snow. "Snowfall accumulations at this time are with very low confidence". A snow plow clears Montauk Highway in Islip on January 4, 2018 (Long Island Press photo). There's little doubt in my mind now that we're going to see a "hit" from this second Wednesday storm.

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  • Britain, EU agree Brexit transition deal

    Britain, EU agree Brexit transition deal

    At first glance, the terms of the transitional phase fit precisely the recipe set down by the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier - a 21-month "status quo" period during which the rest of the world carries on treating the United Kingdom as if it were still a member of the bloc.

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  • Supreme Court upholds new Pa. congressional district map

    Supreme Court upholds new Pa. congressional district map

    The map was imposed February 19, four weeks after the court ruled Pennsylvania's existing map violated the state constitution's guarantee of "free and equal" elections by marginalizing Democratic vote counts through extreme gerrymandering. Supreme Court. The previous map was drafted to aid Republican candidates and proved to be a campaign victor for them, leading the GOP to a 13-5 edge in the state's congressional delegation for all three elections in which it was used.

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