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'Bomb' found in St. Petersburg raid

Officials of the Russian City of St. Petersburg said an explosive device found in an apartment building during a raid has been diffused by authorities. The committee said on April 4 that it had determ...

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Immigration arrests at the Mexican border plummet to a 17-year low

Immigration arrests at the Mexican border plummet to a 17-year low

The president and his surrogates have been laying the groundwork for this retreat for months, saying the "wall" wouldn't need to span the entire border, could be technological, and could supplement ex...

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Palm Sunday bombings: Emergency declared in Egypt

He asked el-Sisi to convey his heartfelt wishes to the families of the victims and to the injured. "The attack will only harden the determination (of the Egyptian people) to move forward on their tr...

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Australia charges to 2-0 lead over U.S. in Davis Cup quarters

Australia charges to 2-0 lead over U.S. in Davis Cup quarters

Thompson, ranked 79th in the world, held his nerve to see off a faltering Sock 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (7/4), 6-4 in front of a raucous crowd on Pat Rafter Arena at the Queensland Tennis Centre. The British pla...

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Russian Federation knew in advance of Syrian chemical attack

The US strike on a Syrian air base destroyed a fifth of the Damascus regime's remaining warplanes, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis said on Monday (Apr 10) as Washington fired a fresh salvo of warnings at ...

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Affordable Care Act More Popular Than Ever

Fifty-five percent of the public now approves, the first time Gallup polling has found majority support for the law. "And for the people who were "no" they'll have justification to deal with". Jus...

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2 dead, 2 wounded in California school shooting

Several parents interviewed on TV said their children were too young to carry mobile phones, so they had not been able to contact them to see if they were safe. The wounded have been taken to local ho...

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South Korea test-fires missile that can hit all of North Korea

North Korea has conducted five nuclear tests - including two a year ago - but experts said the country still hasn't developed nuclear warheads that can be mounted onto missiles. Many weapons experts s...

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Tillerson: US Has 'No Further Comment' on North Korea Missile Tests

South Korea's defence ministry said the missile had flown some 60 kilometres (about 40 miles). The isolated regime conducted 24 ballistic missile tests during 2016, and experts say it could have a n...

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Impeachment hearings over affair set for Alabama governor

Impeachment hearings over affair set for Alabama governor

In November, then-Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange asked the group to pause its investigation because his office was doing " related work". Bentley appeared sullen and looked down at the flo...

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Yogi waives loans for small and marginal farmers

Yogi waives loans for small and marginal farmers

Besides, there were about 7 lakh other farmers who had taken loans which turned into NPAs. More than 5,000 wheat procurement centres will also be set up, said officials. Singh said that the govern...

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North Korea launches missile ahead of US-China summit

NORTH KOREA China and South Korea agree to slap tougher sanctions on North Korea if it carries out nuclear or long-range missile tests, a senior official in Seoul says, as a U.S. "Given that many poli...

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U.S., Mexico and Canada announce 2026 World Cup bid

The announcement is likely to come Monday. Here's what you need to know about the bid. The subsequent revelations led to the resignation of FIFA's long-serving chief, Sepp Blatter. He also said they h...

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PM Modi asks Kashmiri youth to shed terrorism, adopt tourism

PM Modi asks Kashmiri youth to shed terrorism, adopt tourism

The tunnel will guarantee tourism for the land and this will bolster tourism in the state", Prime Minister Modi said. "While on the one hand youth in Kashmir were busy pelting stones, on the other s...

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Air strike kills 18 in Syria's Idlib province - Observatory

He did not rule out additional strikes if Assad continued to engage in atrocities against rebel forces with either chemical or conventional weapons. 'We've got a lot more work to do to stop the slau...

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North Korean missile test ended in fiery crash, US says

The launch comes just days after Pyongyang said it planned to mark two key anniversaries this month as "big" political events, and just days before President Trump meets with China's Xi Jinping - with...

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Protesters out again in Venezuela

Protesters out again in Venezuela

The move by the Supreme Court, which was stacked with Maduro-allies during the last session of the National Assembly before it fell in opposition hands, sparked fierce condemnation from activists, glo...

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San Bernardino shooting: Police release first images of school 'shooter' and victim

Cajon High School California State University San Bernardino [UPDATE below] for their safety. I'm gonna hug her. "School campuses are sacred spaces where children should be free to learn, play and...

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Muscatine VFW to hold 73rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Muscatine VFW to hold 73rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt

It was only minutes later that the grass was picked clean of eggs, which were plunked in buckets, baskets and bags ready to be taken home. "It was a project that we put together to give kids an oppo...

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U.S. military takes extra precautions in Syria

Russian Federation and Iran threatened to retaliate against the United States if it crosses any more "red lines" with further attacks on their ally, Syria. On top of Syria, Tillerson will likely also ...

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