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French voters pick new president amid heightened security

Outgoing President Francois Hollande, who plucked Macron from obscurity to name him minister in 2014, said voting "is always an important, significant act, heavy with consequences" as he cast his vo...

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WH: Trump Only 'Complimentary' To Australian PM On Universal Health Care

President Donald Trump and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull shake hands during their meeting aboard the USS Intrepid, a decommissioned aircraft carrier docked in the Hudson River in New York...

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Israeli anger over Unesco ruling on Jerusalem calling state an 'occupying power'

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon said that the Swedish ambassador was received by Rodica Radian-Gordon, the ministry's deputy director general for Western Europe, and Alon Bar, its deputy...

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Trump to visit Saudi Arabia, meet Gulf, Muslim leaders

A former US principal deputy assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs, Jerry Feierstein, said the Trump visit "makes flawless sense". The trip breaks with protocol-usually the president...

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Venezuela crisis: Opposition condemns Maduro move

Authorities announced April 26 that Christian Humberto Ochoa Soriano, 22, was shot and killed during a April 24 protest shortly after he walked out of his home in Valencia, a city east of Caracas . T...

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Donald Trump praises 'smart cookie' Kim

Donald Trump praises 'smart cookie' Kim

They have tested a missile. It says that unless Washington ends its "hostile policy" and nuclear threats, North Korea "will continue to bolster its military capabilities for self-defense and pre-e...

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U.K. Conservatives gain in local elections; Labour, UKIP sink

The British general election is scheduled for June 8. The results of the UK's recent local elections , which were announced Friday, were none too good for the Labour Party who suffered something ...

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Trump not ruling out military action against North Korea

And he was able to do it. "So obviously, he's a pretty smart cookie", he said. Meanwhile, as the strike group headed by the United States aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson arrived in the region, No...

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Ismail Haniyeh elected new Hamas chief

Haniyeh succeeds Hamas' longtime exiled leader Khaled Mashaal, and the move comes shortly after Gaza's rulers unveiled a new, seemingly more pragmatic political program aimed at ending the group's g...

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Russia-backed safe zone plans a bid to divide Syria, say opponents

This photo provided by Azaz Media Office, a Syrian anti-government activist group, which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, shows Syrian citizens and civil defense wo...

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Protesters march in Venezuela and destroy Chavez statue

Protesters march in Venezuela and destroy Chavez statue

McMaster has met with Venezuela's opposition leader and Parliament Speaker Julio Borges, who seek to oust the oil-rich country's President Nicolas Maduro amid an economic crisis fueled by the 2014 c...

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Nicola Sturgeon rejects 'ludicrous' claims Tory surge could stop referendum bid

Meanwhile, leading pollster Professor John Curtice said claims of a Tory resurgence could be overblown - and that the contest to be Scotland's biggest pro-Union party was not yet won. Sturgeon said. T...

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Why is Star Wars Day celebrated on May the Fourth?

It was said printed in The London Evening News to congratulate Margaret Thatcher for taking the office of Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. May the Fourth came about organically among fans a...

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Gunfight between Indian police, rebels kills 5 in Kashmir

Gunfight between Indian police, rebels kills 5 in Kashmir

Setha was part of three-member team of terrorists which attacked the police party near Mir Bazar Kulgam when they were inspecting the accident spot and clearing the traffic jam on the road on Saturday...

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Nicola Sturgeon: SNP backlash claims ludicrous

Nicola Sturgeon: SNP backlash claims ludicrous

However, she said they had done so "at the expense of the Labour party" and not by eating into SNP support. Meanwhile, leading pollster Professor John Curtice said claims of a Tory resurgence could ...

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After UNESCO vote, Israel cuts another $1m from UN budget

The resolution, which 22 countries voted in favor of it, including Sweden, expressed criticism of Israeli conduct in Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. They said the resolution remains political in cha...

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Conservative party wins over 550 seats amid Labour lossess local polls

He told LBC radio its performance was "really disappointing" and that its message had to "cut through" better in the five weeks to the general election. But he refused to answer the channel's baitin...

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Blast followed by fire reported near Damascus airport

According to the IDF, the Patriot missile successfully downed its target over the Golan Heights. A senior Syrian official threatened a military response to an alleged Israeli strike on a Hezbollah-...

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Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey

It's not clear how much of that investigation Comey may discuss in testimony Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Clinton and her supporters maintain it did. Clinton's comments Tuesday s...

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Trump Says Government Shutdown Could Be Needed 'to Fix Mess'

Trump Says Government Shutdown Could Be Needed 'to Fix Mess'

President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that the measure is the best bargain that can be had because its passage needs Democrats to meet the Senate's 60 vote threshold. White House budget director ...

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