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Blasts hit Egypt's Coptic churches; 27 dead, over 100 injured

The authorities believe that the emergency law will allow police with greater powers for surveillance, seizures and arresting people. "Why didn't they search him?" said Amel Roushdi, who is Christian....

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How Data Privacy Rules Could Spark More Video Streaming, Mergers

The signing, disclosed in White House statement late on Monday, follows strong criticism of the Bill, which is a win for AT&T Inc, Comcast Corp and Verizon Communications Inc. President Donald Tru...

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Jews Protest AIPAC Conference, Slam Support for Israel

Russia Today (RT) reported that Jewish protesters are blocking the entrance to the annual pro-Israel American Israel Public Affairs Committee ( AIPAC ) conference at the Washington Convention Center...

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China navy rescues crew and Tuvalua ship from Somalia pirates

China navy rescues crew and Tuvalua ship from Somalia pirates

The navy says it has escorted a total of 6,337 Chinese and foreign vessels during its anti-piracy operations and intervened dozens of times in cases where ships were either attacked or pursued by pira...

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Vancouver Canucks fire head coach Willie Desjardins after disappointing season

Vancouver Canucks fire head coach Willie Desjardins after disappointing season

Only Colorado (22-56-4) had a worse season performance-wise than Vancouver this season. Desjardins, 60, went 109-110-27 overall. Willie Desjardins' time in Vancouver has come to an end. Assistant ...

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North Carolina Edges Gonzaga For NCAA Championship

North Carolina Edges Gonzaga For NCAA Championship

Hicks found himself with the ball and North Carolina draining clock holding a one-point lead over Gonzaga and less than 30 seconds remaining. The game was by no means a pretty one; it was marred b...

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Missile attack brings countries to brink of military clash, says Moscow

The move came in retaliation to this week's gruesome chemical weapons attack against civilians, including children. After the US attacked a Syrian airbase with cruise missiles in response to the ch...

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Syria strikes: Site of chemical attack hit again

A No 10 spokeswoman said: "The UK Government fully supports the U.S. action, which we believe was an appropriate response to the barbaric chemical weapons attack launched by the Syrian regime, and...

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Malala Yousafzai made youngest-ever United Nations Messenger of Peace

Malala Yousafzai made youngest-ever United Nations Messenger of Peace

Last month, Ms Yousafzai said she had received an offer to study politics, philosophy and economics at a United Kingdom university, conditional on achieving three As in her A-levels. On the escalati...

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Gibraltarians Snared in Brexit Spat Fear Spanish Influence

Voters in Gibraltar, a strategically important rocky outpost at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea, rejected the idea of Britain sharing sovereignty with Spain by 99 percent to 1 percent in 200...

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7 people to watch in the Syria debate

7 people to watch in the Syria debate

When Hostin contended that Trump wasn't allowed to execute such a decision without congressional approval, co-host Joy Behar sided with her. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill want the Trump administration...

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US, Canada, Mexico call Monday press conference for "historic announcement"

After losing a bid to host the 2022 tournament, the United States still considered being a sole bidder for the 2026 tournament, but inevitably agreed to the mega-bid. The bid also comes at a time whil...

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Syrian Refugee Heaps Praise on Trump After Airstrike

Russian Federation and Iran, who back the Syrian government, have responded angrily to the strikes, while allies who criticised President Barack Obama's cautious approach have welcomed the change. Soo...

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Caricatures of President Zuma Painful - Zulu

South African President Jacob Zuma on Monday accused some protesters of racism after marches last week that drew tens of thousands of people demanding his resignation, while the opposition announced...

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Russia responsible by proxy for Syria chemical deaths

We're not going to have you cover for this regime anymore. "By proxy Russian Federation is responsible for every civilian death last week ", Fallon, whose government voiced support for US Preside...

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AG threatens to pull funds from sanctuary cities

Ambrosino estimated that Chelsea has several millions of dollars at stake in law enforcement funds from the Department of Justice. "Singling out cities and states with punitive threats is unconstitu...

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USA backs down on seeking anti-Trump user records

The account provides critical comment on US citizenship and immigration services, and is claimed to be the creation of rogue former and past federal immigration employees . The Department of Homela...

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Man who killed wife at California school called her 'angel'

Anderson walked into North Park School on Monday and told a staff member that he needed to drop something off to his wife, police said . Investigators believe "the suspect is down" and there is no f...

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Egypt: state of emergency after Palm Sunday massacre

Sunday's attacks on churches in Tanta and Alexandria killed at least 48 people and left at least 90 injured. Egypt's Christian minority, which makes up roughly 10 percent of the population, has in...

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To Discuss N. Korea with Xi

The launch came amid worries that North Korea might soon conduct banned nuclear or long-range rocket tests. A senior US White House official said Trump's meeting with Xi was a test for the US-Chin...

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