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Georgia executes man in 1992 murder

Georgia executes man in 1992 murder

Updated at 11:28 p.m. CST to show U.S. Supreme Court had not ruled on request for stay more than five hours after scheduled execution time. His lawyers had argued he wanted to be executed by firing...

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Former PM Manuel Valls offers to back Emmanuel Macron in elections

Before the French election, a wide coalition of interests, stretching from Beijing to Washington, feared the consequences of a Marine Le Pen victory. Politicians from the traditional parties in France...

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Putin says Russian Federation meddling furor is 'nonsense'

Bush drew fire after his first meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, in Slovenia in June 2001, when he said he had looked the former KGB chief in the eye and "I was able to get a sense of h...

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Heinze jailed for Salt Creek attacks

Heinze jailed for Salt Creek attacks

Heinze, 61, was previously found guilty on six charges. He also admitted a previous indecent assault on another backpacker in Adelaide in 2014 and breaching a bond in relation to a further assault o...

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China rappers to Seoul: 'Big brother' opposes missile shield

China rappers to Seoul: 'Big brother' opposes missile shield

Nikki Haley told reporters at a news conference before heading into the closed-door meeting to address council members. Haley added that her country, Japan and South Korea are "extremely concerned a...

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Democrats, Intelligence Officials Warn Trump Disclosures Put Lives At Risk

But then came a tweet from Trump himself this morning saying , quote, "I wanted to share with Russian Federation at an openly scheduled White House meeting which I absolutely have the right to do fac...

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Edouard Philippe - France's new PM to weaken old parties

Edouard Philippe - France's new PM to weaken old parties

Bernard Accoyer, a former Republicans president of the National Assembly, the lower house of parliament, was more explicit and said that Philippe would have to say whether he would support candidates ...

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Information Trump shared with Russians came from Israel, official says

The White House denied what was first reported by The New York Times . The paper - citing two people who read notes written by Comey - reported that when Comey met Trump the day after Flynn res...

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Putin offers to give Congress notes of Trump's meeting

McMaster (whose credibility is on shaky ground at the moment), who told reporters that at no time "were any intelligence sources or methods discussed" during the meeting. The White House on Tuesda...

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Fatal flaws in latest plan for safe zones in Syria

Fatal flaws in latest plan for safe zones in Syria

It envisions establishing four safe zones that would bring relief for hundreds of thousands of Syrian civilians and encourage refugees to return, Russian military officials said on Friday. That arrang...

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Ransomware Attack Hits Businesses Across The World

Ransomware Attack Hits Businesses Across The World

Microsoft , however, released a patch against the vulnerability on March 14, which could indicate that the company was notified by the U.S. intelligence agency that their tools using that particul...

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Tehran Mayor drops out of Iranian presidential race

Rouhani has criticized Raisi's past as a senior prosecutor in the 1980s when thousands of jailed dissidents were executed. It would be better for Iran and the wider region if Rouhani won, if only beca...

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Cornyn says he will stay in Senate, won't be FBI director

Cornyn is being mentioned as someone who could replace James Comey, fired unceremoniously last week by President Trump. Trump is also reported to be considering other law enforcement professionals...

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An alert researcher, teamwork helped stem huge cyberattack

An alert researcher, teamwork helped stem huge cyberattack

But it was a computer security engineer who works out of his home in Fremont that brought the attack to a halt. "WannaCry is widely touted as the world's first ransomworm: i.e. The duo's actions may...

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Pakistan spinner Nawaz banned

Pakistan spinner Nawaz banned

During that hearing Nawaz had presented his case before the panel in relation to possible breaches of PCB's Anti-Corruption code. Pakistan worldwide Nawaz was cited for a single violation of article...

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US will tighten screws on North Korea, says Haley

US will tighten screws on North Korea, says Haley

Haley was joined by Japanese Ambassador Koro Bessho and South Korean Ambassador Cho Tae-yul as she addressed press. North Korea on Monday boasted it successfully launched a new type of "medium long-...

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Why FOX Is Televising This Year's Ohio State-Michigan Game

Why FOX Is Televising This Year's Ohio State-Michigan Game

FOX paid roughly $240 million last June for the majority ownership of the Big Ten's TV rights, so they have first dibs on marquee games over ESPN, which paid about $190 million for minority rights. Th...

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Xi Pushes Chinese-Led Globalization After Pledging $78 Billion

Xi Pushes Chinese-Led Globalization After Pledging $78 Billion

Societe Generale's (SOGN.PA) chief country officer in China, Anne Marion-Bouchacourt, says foreign banks are keen to support Chinese corporates and Belt and Road projects, but need clarity around issu...

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Trump seeks new Federal Bureau of Investigation nominee

Trump seeks new Federal Bureau of Investigation nominee

Comey has not confirmed Trump's account. The New York Times reported that the president asked Comey in January to pledge loyalty to him, which it said Comey refused to do. John Cornyn, a former Te...

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Authorities seize 7000 birds in L.A. County cockfighting raid

Authorities seize 7000 birds in L.A. County cockfighting raid

More than 7,000 birds have been seized during what is believed to be the largest cockfighting bust in United States history, officials have said. Numerous thousands of roosters had injuries consiste...

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