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G7 leaders seek common front on Russian Federation stand-off

The ministers also discussed North Korea. "We welcome it as a positive step". Mike Pompeo, President Donald Trump's nominee to be the top US diplomat, has not yet been confirmed in his post so the United States will be represented in Toronto by acting Secretary of State John Sullivan .

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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani Is Joining Trump's Legal Team

It was the Federal Bureau of Investigation raid on Cohen's home and office that led Trump to rethink his position that he'd be happy to sit down for a chitchat with Mueller and his legal team. The president downplayed the likelihood he would fire Mueller or deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversees the investigaton. He predicted that compliance could be completed in "a couple of weeks".

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Meghan Markle was meant to be royal: Paula Patton

He claims USA actress Meghan, who weds Harry at Windsor Castle May 19, is trying to reinvent herself as the new Diana - Harry's mum. "I've read that Meg wants to be like Diana". However, others jumped to her defense (and, considering Kensington Palace posted a photo of her without a blazer draped over shoulders, it seems to signify that the royal family doesn't have a problem with it either).

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United Kingdom approach to Irish border issue 'ignores food concerns'

Michel Barnier said on Friday that a quarter of the work needed to complete preparations for the United Kingdom to leave the the bloc next March remains to be done, as sources say little progress was made in three weeks of talks to break the deadlock on the vexed Irish question.

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Stormy Daniels sketch is a nonexistent man

Trump's having none of it: "A sketch years later about a nonexistent man". A federal judge in Los Angeles has set a hearing to determine whether there should be a stay in the case of porn actress Stormy Daniels who claims she had sex with President Donald Trump .

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Netanyahu, Rivlin Reflect on Israel's 70th Anniversary in Video Messages

Israel said on Wednesday it had found explosives hidden in a Palestinian truck that were due to be smuggled from the occupied West Bank and used in an attack on the Jewish state's Independence Day. Israel marks Independence Day according to the Hebrew calendar, on the 5th of Iyar - which this year falls on Thursday, April 19 - and festivities began on Wednesday evening.

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Turkish president calls snap elections for June

Erdo─čan made the announcement in an address at his presidential palace after meeting Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) chief Devlet Bahceli who the day earlier had urged early elections. Erdogan said the country urgently needed to make the switch to an executive presidency, which was adopted on April 16 past year with a referendum supported by the MHP.

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Trump Attorney Michael Cohen's Secret 3rd Client

Painter noted that by failing to disclose his relationship with Cohen, the Fox News host "made all the guests on his show look like fools because while he's supposedly covering this in a fair and balanced manner, he's getting legal advice and maybe some fixing from the same attorney".

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Cuban state media say new president to be elected Wednesday

It is the first time since the 1959 revolution that a Castro brother has not occupied Cuba's top office. The rubber-stamp National Assembly voted on the proposal to promote Diaz-Canel, who is now first vice president. Raul Castro in March was reelected in March as a member of the country's parliament. He gave more freedoms to Cubans, allowing them to travel, visit resorts on the island previously reserved for foreigners and gradually increasing internet access, although opposition groups ...

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FIFA Charges World Cup Host Russia for Fan Racism

Federation Internationale de Football Association had been collecting match reports and evidence pertaining to alleged monkey chants in France's 3-1 win over Russia in St Petersburg last month. Russian Federation has pledged to crack down on racism as the country faces increased scrutiny ahead of this year's World Cup, which it will host from June 14 to July 15 in 11 cities including Moscow, St Petersburg and Sochi.

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OPCW chemical weapons inspectors enter Douma - Syrian state media

With the 10-day delay since the attack , the French foreign ministry said, "It is highly likely that evidence and essential elements disappear from the site, which is completely controlled by the Russian and Syrian armies". The report came as experts from the global chemical weapons watchdog were in Damascus, waiting to visit the site of the suspected chemical attack in the town of Douma, just east of Damascus.

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Montenegro elects pro-West president Milo Djukanovic, projections show

The Bulgarian-hosted meeting with bring together the heads of European Union member states as well as the leaders of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia , Macedonia, Kosovo, and Montenegro to discuss a possible future inside the EU. For the rest of the candidates did not vote and 10% of the electorate, and in General for the highest office in the country fought seven people, among whom was first the woman reads about Dragin vuksanovic being put forward by the opposition Social ...

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Police officer fatally shot while serving arrest warrant

Latanowich, of Somerville, was taken into custody after an hour-long standoff. He will be arraigned in Barnstable District Court Friday. Funeral arrangements have been set for a police officer in Yarmouth, Massachusetts whom police say was shot to death last week by a career criminal who had violated his probation.

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Corbyn Questions Legal Basis for British Strikes in Syria

Such an act could require the government to consult Parliament before taking military action. David Cameron, May's predecessor, lost a parliamentary vote on air strikes against Assad's forces in 2013 when 30 Conservative politicians voted against action, with many Britons wary of entering another conflict after interventions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya failed to bring stability to the region.

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Athletic therapist dies after Humboldt bus crash, raising death toll to 16

However, the family is asking for privacy from media and will not be responding to interview requests. On April 6, the Humboldt Broncos were headed north to Nipawin, Sask., for a playoff game when their bus collided with a semi-truck at a remote intersection near Tisdale, Sask.

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Trump says Syria strikes "perfectly executed", declares "Mission Accomplished!"

Opposition parties have attacked Mrs May's refusal to recall Parliament last week, accusing her of bypassing Westminster to fit in with Donald Trump's timetable and risking a further escalation of tensions with Russian Federation. Iran also issued strong statements early Saturday condemning the strikes. Iran's Supreme Leader called the attack a crime and the country's Revolutionary Guard Corps said it gave "the resistance a more open hand", although it did not threaten to retaliate.

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Congress' first candidates list out, Siddaramaiah to contest from Chamundeshwari

Chief minister Siddaramaiah will contest only from Chamundeshwari, ending speculation that he could contest from Badami too, while KPCC chief G Parameshwara, who came third in the 2013 assembly election, has been given a ticket to contest from Koratagere.

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Colorado Senator Releases Statement On Marijuana Policy

It marked the latest flip by the president who pledged while he was campaigning to respect states that legalized marijuana but also criticized legalization and implied it should be stopped. Nonetheless, a 12 months earlier at CPAC (Conservative Political Movement Conference) in Maryland, Trump had talked about he supported medical marijuana nevertheless known as leisure pot "harmful".

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E. coli outbreak now in 11 states

That includes salads and salad mixes that contain romaine lettuce. Chopped romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona, is likely to blame for an E. coli outbreak in New Jersey and 10 other states. Six people have been hospitalized and no deaths have been reported, as officials seek to determine what caused the outbreak. The age range of those infected ranges from 12 to 84 years old.

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Afghanistan: Taliban attack kills 10 security forces in Herat

The Taliban planted mines to prevent government reinforcements from going to help and quickly took responsibility for the attack. Provincial council member said the district had fallen to Taliban, but police rejected the claim. Most civilians were killed by insurgents, and fewer people were killed by pro-government security forces than previously, said the United Nations quarterly report.

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Saudi Aramco picks up 50% stake in Maharashtra refinery

Ratnagiri Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd. (RRPCL) will rank among the largest world refining and petrochemicals projects and will be created to meet Indias fast-growing fuels and petrochemicals demand. New Delhi: Kuwait Petroleum International is likely to buy stake in an Indian refinery-cum-petrochemical project, said Nabeel Bourisli, the company's chief executive officer, on Wednesday.

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Trump Keeps His Syria Attack Options Open as Russia Urges Calm

Aides and allies say they are alarmed by Trump's increasing anger over an array of developments, from film star Stormy Daniels' lawsuit to Mueller's probe, as he tweeted threats of military strikes in Syria . The US will most likely choose to strike the Syrian army's command and control headquarters along with its chemical weapons storage facilities, according to Shahbazov.

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US Still Assessing Intel on Alleged Douma Chemical Attack - Mattis

President Trump has publicly announced there will be missiles fired, and USA allies are also indicating they'll be involved. He continued that decisions will be "made fairly soon". Joe Courtney, a Connecticut Democrat, read out some of President Donald Trump's tweets this week, first vowing to strike Syria, then suggesting the strikes may not be soon.

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Sanders slams Trump's proposal to rejoin Trans-Pacific Partnership

The lawmakers also told the president that joining TPP would allow the United States to counter China's trade "cheating" by "leading" countries that would rather be aligned with Washington than Beijing. from the TPP. In January, Mr. Trump told CNBC in an interview in Davos, Switzerland that he "would do TPP, if we made a much better deal than we had".

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Colombia: FARC Warns Peace Deal at 'Most Critical Point' After Leader Arrest

Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia ( FARC ) rebel commander Jesus Santrich flashes a victory hand signal at the end of a news conference in Bogota, Colombia , in 2016. It provided a copy of part of a Colombian search warrant that said authorities raided his home in Bogota at the request of the U.S. Embassy. Under terms of the accord, rebels who lay down their weapons and confess their war crimes to special peace tribunals are to be spared jail time and extradition.

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Walmart Brings Online Grocery Deliveries to Charlotte, NC

Walmart has also been talking up the expansion of its roll out of Pickup Towers that allow online buyers to pick up their purchases in-store. Inc. bought a new stake in Walmart in the 2nd quarter valued at $409,000. The company maintains price to book ratio of 3.27 vs.an industry average at 4.84. WMT reached $86.45 on during the last trading session after $0.17 change.Currently Walmart Inc .is uptrending after 23.53% change in last April 11, 2017.

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Alleged Toronto serial killer now charged with seven counts of first-degree murder

The 66-year-old landscaper appeared by video in a Toronto courtroom this morning, where the new charge was announced. Skandaraj Navaratnam, 40, disappears from Toronto's gay village. Faizi's wife divorced him, thinking he abandoned her and their two young daughters. He says police also plan to investigate 75 properties linked to McArthur starting next month.

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Hungary: Independent Media, Freedom of Expression Struggle Following Viktor Orban's Re-Election

The government has been accused of using anti-Semitic tropes in its relentless campaign against Soros, who is Jewish. " Orban has more backbone and character than all the cowards of the European Union combined", Geert Wilders , chairman of the Dutch anti-Islam Party for Freedom said in a tweet in April 2017.

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Alleged Chemical Attack 'will Be Met Forcefully'

The White House rejected suggestions that Mr Trump's previous statement about pulling USA troops out of Syria had prompted the attack. The UN Security Council was expected to discuss the crisis later on Monday. "We don't need just a reaction". The strike was carefully limited - 59 U.S. Tomahawk cruise missiles that damaged about 20 Syrian aircraft or 20% of its operational warplanes.

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Cricket memorabilia sells for thousands at auction

More than 85 per cent of the 226 items on offer at the event were sold. The auction, titled " The Art of Divorce " to mark Crowe's finalisation of his is real-life divorce from Danielle Spencer , brought in a total of just over $3.7 million.

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Tour bus crashes on way to Masters Tournament; driver facing DUI charge

The Masters Tournament , held each year at the Augusta National Golf Club, starts Thursday. He says some patients may require operations and added that none of the injuries appear to be life threatening. Passenger Kip Plowman said the first time the bus swerved, the driver said he turned to avoid "a tire or a piece of metal in the road". Plowman said that the bus careened off the road and spun around one and a half times before skidding on its negative a excellent distance.

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Migrants set for Rwanda freed after relocation deal collapses

While Israel has invoked its right to protect its border, reports suggest that live rounds were used against many unarmed protesters and hundreds of Palestinian demonstrators were hit and injured. All the officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss details of the meeting with reporters. "The impact is felt on every level - the assassinations in Gaza, the internal Palestinian reconciliation and the fight against Israel - everywhere".

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Here's how Donald Trump could have just helped Stormy Daniels' legal case

Trump said he did not know why Cohen made the payment. That reporter then asked: "Did you ever set up a fund of money that he could pull from?" Trump walked back to the press galley on Air Force One as he returned from West Virginia on Thursday and answered a few questions from reporters.

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Judge rips Manafort's lawsuit to rein in Mueller

The Ukrainian connections and payments form the basis of the federal criminal charges Manafort now faces. The memorandum, signed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , stated that it was within the special counsel's scope to investigate payments Manafort received from the Ukrainian government before and during the tenure of President Viktor Yanukovych .

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Chinese parents find missing daughter after 24 years

Wang Mingqing's daughter went missing on January 8, 1994. He and his wife spent the following years searching for her but sadly failed to find their beloved daughter. It was shared online thousands of times, and eventually reached Wang's daughter. Kang, who is now 28 years old and living with her husband and two children in northern China, saw the picture and was shaken by the similarities between herself and the sketch.

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Roseanne dismisses Trump taking credit for ratings: 'It's all me'

Barr was thrust into the limelight last week when her show, " Roseanne ", drew high ratings during its premiere episode reboot on ABC , and her tweet has drawn widespread backlash as many criticize the network for giving her a platform.

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Russian Corporation Opens First Nuclear Plant in Turkey

Erdogan said that Turkish energy sector - which is still predominantly based on petroleum, natural gas and coal- would be healthier along with the Akkuyu NPP, Anadolu Agency reports . Moscow and Ankara are in close cooperation to eliminate terror in Syria as well as to end the 7 year-long conflict in the war-torn country in a short period of time, Erdogan added.

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Sinclair's 'false news' promo, which it made news anchors recite, goes viral

Sinclair has "used its 173 television stations to advance a mostly right-leaning agenda since the presidency of George W. Bush", the New York Times reported last May. -headquarters scripted and distributed it to its stations. Sinclair did not immediately respond to Newsweek's request for comment. During the 2016 presidential election, Sinclair stations "gave a disproportionate amount of neutral or favorable coverage to Trump during the campaign" while airing stories on Hillary ...

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Lawyer sentenced to prison for lying to special counsel investigators

According to the Associated Press, van der Zwaan's attorneys sought for him to pay a fine and leave the country as a sentence. Special counsel Robert Mueller has secured the first sentence in his probe into Russian election meddling, but the sentence has nothing to do with the 2016 election or Russian interference.

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Police respond to "active shooter situation" at YouTube's California headquarters

YouTube product builder Todd Sherman tweeted that he saw "blood drips" on the floor as he fled the building. About 1,700 people work at the campus. Hudson said he's become used to hearing about gun violence but has never been so close to it before. San Bruno police said they could not provide more information.