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US Defense Secretary Mattis Says Syria Still Has Chemical Weapons

He did not elaborate. Assad has denied being behind a chemical attack on his own people earlier this month, insisting in an interview that Syria doesn't have chemical weapons. administration. ...

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Syria chemical attack undeniable, says OPCW chief

Russian Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vladimir Safronkov holds up his hand as he votes against a draft resolution that condemned the use of chemical weapons in Syria during a...

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What We Know About Paris Shooting Suspect Karim Cheurfi

What We Know About Paris Shooting Suspect Karim Cheurfi

French media is reporting the attacker had been identified by police as a resident of Seine-et-Marne who was imprisoned for several years for shooting at police officers in the early 2000s. Prime Mini...

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Trump signs spending bill that prevents shutdown

Trump signs spending bill that prevents shutdown

Lawmakers voted hours ahead of a midnight deadline to avoid a partial shutdown of federal agencies. Republicans introduced a bill Wednesday to fund government operations at current levels for one mo...

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2 injured in UT stabbings released from hospital

2 injured in UT stabbings released from hospital

During his arrest, he told an officer he took "happy pills", according to an arrest affidavit. Furthermore, Chief Carter said it would be "premature" to discuss White's motive. One penned an open le...

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THAAD Missile System In South Korea Is Now Operational, US Says

THAAD Missile System In South Korea Is Now Operational, US Says

South Korea's acting president Hwang Kyo-ahn called for stronger vigilance because of continuing provocation by Seoul's poor and isolated neighbour, and for countries such as China to increase pressur...

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Shooter opens fire on paramedics in East Dallas; at least 1 shot

Shooter opens fire on paramedics in East Dallas; at least 1 shot

Officers may have been pinned down during a shootout with the gunman, the Dallas Police Association Tweeted . Nearby residents are being told to stay in their homes and roads are blocked off in the...

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Venezuela calls 'mother of all protests' as opposition and government supporters rally

It was the largest day of demonstrations so far in a series of increasingly violent protests that have seen more than 200 people arrested since moves by Maduro to tighten his grip on power heightene...

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Trump Starts Expelling Michelle Obama's School Lunch Rules

Trump Starts Expelling Michelle Obama's School Lunch Rules

But Ashley Bennett, the senior wellness coordinator for Strong4Life, a group formed by Children's Hospital of Atlanta who's aim is to help parents raise healthier families, disagreed with Secretary Pe...

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McMaster: N. Korea a 'grave threat' to US, China

But as tensions fuel between the USA and North Korea over its nuclear weapons programme, Mr Trump said he "no idea" if Mr Kim was sane. "North Korea disrespected the wishes of China & its highly res...

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Japan destroyer leaves port reportedly to escort US warships

Japan destroyer leaves port reportedly to escort US warships

North Korea's state media has said the North's military is capable of sinking the U.S. aircraft carrier with a single strike. Japan's navy has dispatched its largest destroyer reportedly tasked wit...

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Obama Will Come Back To Chicago Wednesday For 2 Events

Others made the argument that poking too hard might only unite the oft-divided GOP against the one thing on which they seem to always agree: not liking Barack Obama. Van Jones, a former aide to Barack...

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Trump seeks steps from Abbas to promote peace with Israel

Trump seeks steps from Abbas to promote peace with Israel

The movement's leaders have long spoken of the more limited aim of a Palestinian state in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip without explicitly setting it out in its charter. Meshaal echoed the sentimen...

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Trump 'would, absolutely' meet North Korea's Kim Jong

Trump 'would, absolutely' meet North Korea's Kim Jong

But the new United States president has said in recent interviews that Seoul should pay for a "billion-dollar" U.S. missile defence system being deployed in the South to guard against threats from t...

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United States to continue talks with Israel on settlement: White House

Hamas officials however said that it did not amount to a recognition of Israel as demanded by the worldwide community. The five page document was presented on Monday at a news conference in ...

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Le Pen aides brush off plagiarism of Fillon in French election speech

However, on Sunday she renewed her attacks against the single currency, which she said was "dead", - renewing a key theme of her campaign which has been marked by her anti-European Union, "Frexit" sta...

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Turkish army, Kurdish militia exchange fire across Syria border

The U.S. -backed Kurdish forces in northern Syria are threatening to pull out of the anti-ISIS coalition if the U.S. won't protect them from Turkish airstrikes on their positions. In Damascus, meanw...

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Complaints over Iran nuclear deal's implementation 'irrelevant': Russian Federation

Complaints over Iran nuclear deal's implementation 'irrelevant': Russian Federation

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reiterated during a press conference on Wednesday that "the Trump administration is now conducting across the entire government a review of our Iran policy". The se...

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Sainsbury's warns over 'challenging' trading as profits dip to £503m

Sainsbury's warns over 'challenging' trading as profits dip to £503m

Despite the fall in profits, Sainsbury's chief executive Mike Coupe said its food business remained "resilient in a challenging market" and he was "pleased" with the company's performance since snap...

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American bombers fly over Korean Peninsula amid tensions

The U.S. military said Mike Pompeo, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, visited South Korea and conducted detailed security discussions with his South Korean counterpart Lee Byung-ho and al...

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