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  • Gaza buries journalist who died after covering mass protests

    It has warned that anybody approaching the border fence is risking their lives. "Following the earlier report regarding the suspects who infiltrated [into] Israel through the security fence near the Northern Gaza Strip, IDF troops located two explosive devices placed by the terrorists at the scene", an Israel Defense Forces statement said .

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  • Blaze on 50th floor of Trump Tower in NY kills 1

    Blaze on 50th floor of Trump Tower in NY kills 1

    The fire commissioner said a 50th floor apartment was "virtually entirely on fire" when firefighters arrived Saturday evening. The cause of Brassner's death was not immediately known. The same can not be said of Todd Brassner, an obscure arts collector whom local firefighters found unconscious in his apartment on the tower's 50th floor.

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  • White House says North Korea is willing to talk denuclearization

    White House says North Korea is willing to talk denuclearization

    Officials told the network that CIA Director Mike Pompeo , whom Trump has nominated to be secretary of State, has been leading back-channel talks for the summit, which is slated for May. White House officials have not said where the Trump-Kim summit will be held. Analysts echoed that the efforts show that the United States intelligence agencies are taking the lead for summit preparations, but expressed skepticism whether such moves were headed by the North's Reconnaissance General Bureau, ...

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  • Afghanistan accuses Pakistan of air strikes ahead of leaders' talks

    Afghanistan accuses Pakistan of air strikes ahead of leaders' talks

    Besides the Afghan president, the prime minister will also meet Afghan Chief Executive Dr Abdullah Abdullah. The statement said information about the ongoing "operations is shared with the Afghan security forces on a regular basis". Afghanistan and the United States have blamed Pakistan for allegedly providing safe havens to elements of the Afghan Taliban and Haqqani Network.

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  • South Korea ex-president guilty of abuse of power, bribery

    South Korea ex-president guilty of abuse of power, bribery

    She has also been fined $16million (£11.4million). South Korea has been in turmoil since 2016 when it was revealed how much adviser and close confidant Choi Soon-sil wielded power over Park. Park, 66, is the daughter of former South Korean military leader Park Chung-hee. Now 85, Roh also received a presidential pardon and walked free on the same day as Chun in 1997, albeit from a different prison .

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  • Brazil Judge Orders Ex-President Lula Jailed by Friday

    Brazil Judge Orders Ex-President Lula Jailed by Friday

    The magistrate had granted Lula, "for dignity of position he held", opportunity to surrender himself to justice. However, the Supreme Court judges ruled 6-5 in a marathon session that under the law, Lula must begin his sentence after having lost that first appeal.

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  • Bosnia and Herzegovina condemns Israeli excessive use of force against Palestinians

    Bosnia and Herzegovina condemns Israeli excessive use of force against Palestinians

    It was the bloodiest day since a 2014 war. Israel's response appears to have been excessive, as human rights groups have asserted. Palestinians revere brethren killed in the conflict with Israel as martyrs. More than two-thirds of Gazans are refugees from villages that have since been destroyed and their descendants. Late Monday, Netanyahu said he was "suspending" the deal in order to discuss the arrangement Tuesday with Israeli residents of south Tel Aviv areas with large migrant ...

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  • China dismisses western jeers as space station comes crashing down

    China dismisses western jeers as space station comes crashing down

    The 40-foot long Tiangong-1, or " Heavenly Palace ", is one of China's highest profile space projects. Using radar and optical sensors, the 19,000 lb craft was tracked as it re-entered the atmosphere and largely incinerated everything aboard, with any remaining pieces coming to rest 2,400 miles Southeast of New Zealand - roughly the area that the International Space Station will be guided to fall into should that need arise in the next 10 years.

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  • Manafort judge skeptical of suit disputing Mueller's authority

    Manafort judge skeptical of suit disputing Mueller's authority

    He did not elaborate on what charges he believed could be pressed against his client. A D.C. federal court indicted him previous year, but more charges were filed again, and there was a second and third indictment in February. Wednesday's hearing came just days after Mueller's team defended its authority to investigate Manafort by releasing a copy, with redactions, of a classified Justice Department memorandum issued in August 2017 .

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  • Father Reunited with Missing Daughter After 24-Year Search

    Father Reunited with Missing Daughter After 24-Year Search

    Soon the story started gaining momentum and Chinese media reported about the case of the missing daughter. He and his wife spent the following years searching for her but sadly failed to find their beloved daughter. She contacted Mr Wang earlier this year, and found that she shared some unusual traits with his missing daughter, including a small scar on her forehead and a tendency to get nauseous whenever she cried.

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  • NY AG files suit to block citizenship question in 2020 Census

    NY AG files suit to block citizenship question in 2020 Census

    The Trump administration made a decision to add the citizenship question late in the process for developing the 2020 questionnaire, and the Commerce Department chose to add the question despite research from the Census Bureau concluding that such a change to the questionaire could depress response rates, which the lawsuit filed Tuesday also notes.

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  • Prince Philip admitted to hospital for hip surgery

    Prince Philip is getting medical attention after experiencing some trouble with his hip. Prince Philip has entered a hospital and will have surgery on his hip Wednesday. Philip has sharply reduced the number of charity events he attends since announcing his retirement, but still accompanies the queen on occasion. Buckingham Palace said he was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday and that further updates would be issued when appropriate.

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  • Parkland student: Going to school 'feels like jail'

    Parkland student: Going to school 'feels like jail'

    There's also an increased police presence at the school. "A lot of the people I've talked to are dreading going back", Robinson told CNN . "I definitely feel safer, but in no way is school going to be a place of cognitive education and creativity when it feels like a jail cell", he said.

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  • Putin launches Turkey nuclear project, vows faster arms delivery

    Putin launches Turkey nuclear project, vows faster arms delivery

    At a press conference in Ankara, Putin announced that Russian Federation would push forward its delivery dates for the S-400 defense systems, which have been due after a contract was signed between the two countries in December, despite objections from Turkey's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies.

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  • Dutch Lawyer Convicted as Part of Mueller Investigation

    I apologize to the court. Van der Zwaan came back to the United States weeks later to correct his lies to the special counsel's office, but at Tuesday's hearing, there was discussion as to whether his decision to correct the record was purely voluntary or at the prompting of his lawyers.

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  • Seventh-inning struggles doom Cleveland Indians in series finale against Seattle Mariners

    Seventh-inning struggles doom Cleveland Indians in series finale against Seattle Mariners

    And that ended up being big because Edwin Encarnacion brought his big bat on Sunday, following the next half-inning with a 403-foot two-run bomb to right field off Juan Nicasio for his second home run of the game. And that came after they started the game in a 2-0 hole. Cruz had just one home run in his first 48 at-bats last season; he's got two in six at-bats this year.

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  • Deadly family vehicle cliff wreck 'may have been intentional'

    Deadly family vehicle cliff wreck 'may have been intentional'

    Three other siblings: Hannah Hart, 16, Devonte Hart, 15, and Sierra Hart, 12, have not been found. Now, the latest court documents in the case question whether the crash was accidental. The neighbor, Bruce DeKalb, said a social worker visited the home but could not locate the family. By the next day, the family was gone. Friends also said that the couple tried to keep their children insulated from death threats and hateful emails prompted by Devonte's viral picture.

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  • Sessions Rejects Republican Calls for Second Special Counsel

    Sessions Rejects Republican Calls for Second Special Counsel

    Though he will not name a special counsel, Sessions said in the four-page letter to three Republican lawmakers - Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Representative Bob Goodlatte of Virginia and Representative Trey Gowdy of SC - that he has already asked federal prosecutor John Huber to be the lead investigator into abuse of power claims within the law enforcement agencies.

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  • SpaceX launch: Falcon 9 rocket blasts off from Vandenberg Air Force Base

    SpaceX launch: Falcon 9 rocket blasts off from Vandenberg Air Force Base

    The Iridium-5 NEXT Mission marked the fifth set of 10 satellites that Elon Musk's SpaceX has launched for its customer's Iridium NEXT global satellite constellation. According to SpaceX, the company will not attempt to recover the rocket after today's planned launch. On Thursday, the USA communications regulator gave formal approval to a plan by Elon Musk's SpaceX to build a global broadband network using satellites.

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  • ICE Ends Policy Of Presuming Release For Pregnant Detainees

    ICE Ends Policy Of Presuming Release For Pregnant Detainees

    Women in their third trimester will be exempt from detention. The change in policy could pave the way for more pregnant women to be held in detention facilities while they await lengthy court proceedings about whether they can stay in the U.S., facilities that are already decried by critics for tough conditions.

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  • Your Easter weather for Sussex

    Your Easter weather for Sussex

    The chief forecaster's assessment said: "As a weather system moves in from the south and comes up against cold air over the United Kingdom, there is a chance rain could turn to heavy snow in places". So the Easter weekend is upon us, and many of us are hoping to get out and about in Cornwall, but what does the weather have in store? Minimum temperature 1 °C.

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  • FRANCE ON LOCKDOWN: 'Car ploughs into soldiers outside barracks' - huge manhunt launched

    FRANCE ON LOCKDOWN: 'Car ploughs into soldiers outside barracks' - huge manhunt launched

    French Army spokesman Colonel Benoît Brulon said the man had "verbally threatened" the troops as they left their barracks, before trying to ram them as they returned. Noting that Knoll's son, Daniel, had said he wanted to encourage national unity and that everyone "without exception" was welcome at the march, Le Pen said of the insults: "I find the behaviour here undignified toward the (grieving) family".

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