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Imran khan being trolled on his Japan and Germany Comment

Defending Khan, Pakistan's Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari said "he was quoted out of context" on his acknowledgement of the use of Pakistani soil by terrorists against Iran . Ahead of Khan's visit, families of several Iranian border guards killed by terror groups wrote to the Pakistani leader and asked him to take swift action against groups freely crossing into Iran from Pakistan.

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Mexico tells USA to invest in Central America to stem migration

Central Time, a group of five or six suspected Mexican soldiers approached an unmarked vehicle of two US soldiers stationed at the border in El Paso County, Texas, and ordered them out of the vehicle". Despite Mexico's effort, officials say thousands more continue to flow into the country hoping to make it to the United States. "We are not going to allow ourselves to fall into any provocations".

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Strong 6.5-magnitude quake jolts Philippines: USGS

Rescuers have drilled a large tube to blow in oygen into the wreckage of Chuzon supermarket to help those trapped to breathe. A supermarket crashed down in Monday's powerful natural disaster, which damaged buildings and an airport in the northern Philippines.

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Tory MPs seek to overturn May's Huawei supply decision

Huawei's technology is the most advanced in this field. There is a risk that the United Kingdom could be shut out if intelligence-sharing if a Huawei connection leads to it being perceived as a "weak link", potentially leaving the British more at risk from global terrorism and hostile state actions than its allies.

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Sri Lankan-Canadians mourn victims of terrorist attack in their homeland

The emergency declaration, which comes into effect from midnight (19:30 GMT) on Monday, will give police and military extensive powers to detain and interrogate suspects without court orders. The capital, Colombo , took the worst hit. Senaratne, who was addressing the media along with other Sri Lankan ministers, called the attacks a "colossal intelligence failure " and stated that despite receiving prior information, the attacks could not be prevented.

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Israeli minister condemns Sanders' remarks on "racist" Netanyahu government

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that his next government will name a town in the Golan Heights after Donald Trump in honor of the USA president's decision to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the northern territory. It would be called Kiryat Trump, which means "Trump Town" in English. Israel took the western two-thirds of the Golan Heights in 1967 during the Six-Day War.

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The 10 instances of possible obstruction in Mueller report

That counters the claim by Trump that the report "exonerates" him. The release would come almost a month after Mueller concluded his investigation into the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 USA presidential election. "I'm f*cked", Trump said, before unleashing a furious tirade at Sessions. "But you can't be both", Swalwell tweeted, later tweeting that Barr should resign from his position.

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Death toll of clashes in Libya's capital rises to 220

The GNA counter-attack came a day after the White House said US President Donald Trump spoke on the phone with Haftar , to discuss "a shared vision for Libya's transition to a stable, democratic political system". "We will not be able to evacuate them later", she said on her Twitter handle. In terms of global backing, Mr Haftar enjoys the support of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Russia and - now, clearly - the United States.

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North Korea missile testing: What are 'tactical guided weapons'?

North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un will visit Russian Federation for talks with Vladimir Putin this month, the Kremlin said Thursday, as tensions between Washington and Pyongyang spiked higher. eases sanctions . Earlier this month, North Korea's foreign ministry denounced the incident a "grave terrorist attack" and cited rumours that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was partially behind the raid.

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Turpin children read statements during sentencing of parents

How long will the couple be in prison? Louise Turpin wept as she apologized for hurting her children, while her husband David Turpin struggled to give a short statement. "I love both of my parents so much". "I'm sorry if I've done anything to cause them harm". "I personally met with the victims and, rest assured, they all are relieved to know this case has been resolved", Hestrin added.

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Storms in South kill girl in Florida, bring tornado threat

Stephens did not immediately release the man's name. Powerful storms pounded the Deep South with rains and strong winds, killing at least three people and threatening some areas with tornadoes on Good Friday. Garner, Clayton and Knightdale are under a severe thunderstorm warning until noon, the National Weather Service says. Once the complex arrives, expect bouts of heavy thunderstorms, capable of damaging winds, hail, tornadoes and eventually flash flooding in spots.

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Speaker Pelosi: A glass of water could win election in AOC's district

Stahl said that "the progressive group is more than five", to which Pelosi responded, "Well, the progressive - I'm a progressive". Pelosi was among Democrats who had criticized Trump over the tweet , with some accusing him of trying to incite violence against the Muslim lawmaker who has already seen one upstate NY man face criminal charges for making death threats against her.

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Michelle Obama Insults "Divorced Dads" and Gets Crushed for It

Former First Lady Michelle Obama is in hot water with conservatives and Fox News hosts this week after jokingly comparing President Trump's administration to a "broken family"- and then taking that metaphor a step further by describing the commander-in-chief as their "divorced dad".

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Enhanced threat for severe weather Thursday, watch weather reports on Ch 2

A strong cap of warm air in the atmosphere that has been suppressing storms is expected to go away this afternoon as the dry line approaches. The rest of South Texas, including San Antonio , is facing a "slight" risk (level 2 out of 5). This front will act as a focal point for afternoon storm development. The hail threat is highest tonight just off to our west (the "hatched" area seen in the graphic above).

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Bernie Sanders to release tax returns by Monday

Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders , I-Vt., who has faced pressure over when he would release his tax returns, said Tuesday he intends to do so by April 15. The couple lives in South Bend with their two dogs, Truman and Buddy. "He's done a lot for us in South Bend", Faccenda said. "He's got this ability to help people deep down in his bones".

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Trump offers Boeing some advice: Choose a new name for 737 Max

Booming demand along with the grounding of Boeing's 737 Max aircraft is biting into Northern Hemisphere spring and summer schedules. Airlines and countries around the world have grounded the Boeing 737 Max or banned it from airspace after an Ethiopian Airlines crash last month.

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Sudan's third leader in three days vows to uproot old regime

The transitional council spokesman told a news conference in Khartoum on Sunday the military was ready to work with opposition groups to establish a new civilian government. Talks between protest leaders and Sudan's new rulers were followed Sunday by a meeting between Washington's top envoy to Khartoum , Steven Koutsis, and the military council's deputy.

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Boeing orders and deliveries tumble as Max jet is grounded

Boeing Co's legal troubles grew on Tuesday as a new lawsuit accused the company of defrauding shareholders by concealing safety deficiencies in its 737 MAX planes before two fatal crashes led to their worldwide grounding. Despite Boeing winning orders for 44 planes, including three business-jet versions of the 737, there were no commercial models among them, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, nearly a month after Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed shortly after take-off.

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5-year-old child hurt in Mall of America incident

The suspect, a 24-year-old man, was arrested on charges of attempted homicide at the mall's transit station and is now in police custody, according to the Bloomington Police Department. Mall patrons and police officers performed life-saving measures on the boy, Potts said. Officers gave first aid but the 5-year-old child suffered "significant injuries" and had been taken to a hospital, Potts said.

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American Airlines Extends Max-Caused Cancellations to June 5

The two US airlines are bracing for a long-term grounding, days after the FAA confirmed that the update of the Boeing 737 MAX would not be ready for "weeks". "Accordingly we believe suppliers will not be able to accommodate any Boeing request", Ciarmoli said. Although the Boeing story will be "volatile" in next few months, the company should do well in time, it said.

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Doctor finds four live bees inside woman's eye feasting on her tears

Hung Chi-ting, the hospital's head of ophthalmology, said he discovered the insect legs in her eye using a microscope. "Tears wouldn't stop coming out of my eye ", she said. Thinking it was only dirt, she cleaned her eye out with water and did not rub her eyes much for the rest of the day. "Thankfully she came to the hospital early, otherwise I might have had to take her eyeball out to save her life".

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Apparent wreckage from missing F-35 jet found: Japan gov't source

A P-8A joined JASDF aircraft and Japan Maritime Self Defense Force ships searching the area overnight. The fate of the pilot was also unclear, a ministry spokesman said. No word yet of any Russian or Chinese efforts to locate the downed aircraft or to assist with the search. The aircraft, less than one-year-old, was the first F-35 to be assembled in Japan and was aloft for only 28 minutes on Tuesday before contact was lost, a defence official said.

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U.S. Secret Service director Randolph Alles leaving position

But Alles' unfamiliarity with the agency led to conflicts, said the officials. CNBC added, "White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says, adding that President Donald Trump "has selected James M. Alles' departure comes at a time of high turnover across the department which began last week when Trump withdrew his Immigration and Customs Enforcement director's nomination to stay on permanently.

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Kirstjen Nielsen out as Trump homeland security secretary

Customs and Border Protection commissioner, will serve as acting secretary. Nielsen was scheduled to meet with the president at 5 p.m.in the White House residence about border security, but sources told ABC News that the meeting turned into a discussion about Nielsen's future.

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President Trump Headed to Calexico for Border Wall Visit

President Trump is met with support during his visit to the California border town of Calexico. But many Democrats, reluctant to concede to the president on his signature issue and determined to take a hard line in opposition, have persistently questioned whether it constitutes the "national emergency" that Trump has declared.

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Pressure mounts on Libya’s Haftar to halt Tripoli offensive

There were no reports of significant fighting on Saturday, a day after an LNA spokesman and residents reported that Haftar's forces had seized Tripoli's former global airport. The UN's conference of key players is set to draw up a "roadmap" to lead Libya towards legislative and presidential elections. "We, the Foreign Ministers of Canada, France , Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States of America, and the EU High Representative, gathered in Saint-Malo on 5 April ...

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Supporters march on embassy to fight for 'persecuted hero' Julian Assange

Mr O'Reilly, who has set up a makeshift shelter in a street beside the embassy, said he believes reports that Mr Assange will be expelled, adding that Ecuador "wants to deliver the head of Julian Assange ". A senior Ecuadorian official insists that the government has not made a decision on Assange yet, and Associated Press picked up on a statement from their foreign ministry saying they won't comment on "rumors, theories or conjectures".

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Turkish army completes preparations for military operation east of Euphrates

Vice President Mike Pence warned Turkey against going ahead with its planned purchase of the Russian-made S-400 missile system, hours after the Turkish foreign minister said the acquisition was "a done deal". The Trump administration has made great strides in recent months to transform the cash-strapped and perpetually ailing North Atlantic Treaty Organization into a viable global military force that has the capabilities to confront Russian Federation and other rogue regimes allied with ...

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Trump delivers ultimatum to Congress: Immigration deal or border closure

At the Brownsville, Texas, border crossing past year, almost 800 trucks crossed the border each day, according to data from the Department of Transportation. Sometimes he backs down at the last moment, and sometimes he follows through. His call was backed by the Chamber of Commerce, which said in a statement that while it backed immigration reform, closing the border "would inflict severe economic harm on American families, workers, farmers and manufacturers across the United States ".

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Kushner not focus of White House whistleblower's security-clearance complaint

The committee, which is led by Chairman Elijah Cummings , D-Md., voted 22-15 along party lines on a resolution to subpoena former White House personnel security director Carl Kline over controversial security clearances . ambassador, as well as other foreign business dealings. Cummings said Newbold came forward at great personal risk because she feared Republican retaliation.

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Association health plan ruling puts some companies in limbo

Critics have called association health plans "junk insurance" that provide skimpy coverage. The GOP turmoil over health care has come as a boon to Democrats, who are looking to change the subject from special counsel Robert Mueller's conclusion that the Trump campaign did not conspire with the Russian government to sway the 2016 election.

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Fury as Netanyahu Spokesman Compares Palestinian Protesters to ‘ISIS Women’

Paraic O'Brien reports - and viewers may find some of the images in his report distressing. The victims were Tamer Hashim Abu al-Khair, 17, who was killed by Israeli bullets in the chest east of Khan Yunis, and Adham Nidal Amara , 17, was also killed Saturday morning before the start of the demonstrations.

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Florida Rep. Darren Soto files bill to make Puerto Rico a state

The move comes as the Republican-controlled Senate considers a new disaster relief package for the territory and tensions rise between President Donald Trump and Puerto Rico Gov. Only 46.6 percent of Puerto Rican voters supported statehood in that 1993 referendum. "We do not consider ourselves 'Americans, ' since we have our own culture, traditions, and language", Luis Nieves said.

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Anti-stall system active before Ethiopian 737 MAX crash

Investigators believe it was the same system that led to a Lion Air flight to crash in Indonesia less than five months earlier. Boeing is preparing to submit final paperwork to USA regulators for a software upgrade to the anti-stall countermeasure on the 737 MAX which investigators said in a preliminary report repeatedly pushed the nose down on the Lion Air flight.

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House vote to stop Trump's border wall plan likely to fail

The House fell short of the two-thirds majority vote needed Tuesday, meaning that the President's veto is sustained. House Democrats had hoped the strong showing of GOP support in the Senate might prompt more Republicans to support the veto override than had initially voted for the resolution.

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Senate Rejects Ocasio-Cortez 'Green New Deal' 57 - 0

The Green New Deal - a set of policy recommendations that calls on the U.S. to make efforts to reduce the use of fossil fuels to fight climate change - fell short of the votes it needed for a debate in the Senate . "As far as our finances, people often say that, but it allows us to provide for our neighbors and our community". As climate change takes on a new urgency in Democratic politics ahead of the 2020 primary, Hickenlooper's record on energy and the environment is likely to ...

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Boeing holds test flights for 737 MAX fix

Simulation tests imitating a flight on a Boeing 737 MAX with a faulty nose position sensor showed that if the pilots from Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines engaged the problems with the plane's automatic anti-stalling system (MCAS), they had only 40 seconds to prevent the crash, The New York Times reported , citing people participating in the tests.

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Backed forces press offensive against IS Syria enclave

US President Donald Trump shows maps of Syria and Iraq depicting the size of the " ISIS physical caliphate " as he talks to reporters upon departing on travel to OH from the White House in Washington, US, March 20, 2019. "In fact, there's actually a tiny spot which will be gone by tonight", he continued. "This just came out 20 minutes ago, " he says at a military tank factory in Lima, Ohio.

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Cesar Sayoc: US mail bombs suspect pleads guilty

Update 10/26/2018: The Feds arrested a Florida man on Friday (October 26) in connection with the pipe bomb packages sent to the Obamas, the Clintons , Joe Biden , Robert De Niro , and CNN . The former strip club DJ/bouncer was one of the first examples of how Donald Trump has been radicalizing far right extremists to the point where they turn to violence in an attempt to silence anyone who speaks ill of their golden calf of a idol.

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North withdraws from inter-Korean liaison office

The North Korean action came a week after its vice foreign minister threatened to pull out of nuclear negotiations with the United States, citing a lack of US steps to match disarmament measures it took a year ago. U.S. -North Korean engagement has appeared to be in limbo since the February 27-28 summit, despite U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo saying on March 4 he was hopeful he could send a team to North Korea "in the next couple of weeks".