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The Palm Beach Daily News reported that the Sikorsky S-76, with "TRUMP" emblazoned on the tail and step, landed on the club's newly paved helipad Saturday afternoon. I don't think I'd ever see Doral again - I own Doral, in Miami. Mr Trump argued he should have been conferring with lawmakers instead. The Trumps also visited Bethesda-by-the-Sea for Easter and Christmas eve services a year ago.
  • Airstrike hits Syrian town struck by chemical attack

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    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani affirmed his support for Syrian President Bashar Assad's government on Sunday, following last week's USA missile strike on a Syrian air base. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has decided not to visit Moscow as planned on April 10, 2017. The bombing in the town of Khan Sheikhoun came four days after 87 people were killed there, an attack that provoked Friday's retaliatory attack by the United States on a Syrian air base.
  • China and South Korea threaten tougher sanctions on North Korea

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    Speculation of an imminent nuclear test is brewing as the North marks anniversaries including the 105th birthday of its founding leader on Saturday - sometimes celebrated with a demonstration of military might. He said: "We have 20 years of diplomacy and sanctions under our belt that has failed to stop the North Korean program". Tillerson also explained that Washington's goal is the North's denuclearization, not regime change.
  • Demonstrations in Hungary to support Central European University

    Demonstrations in Hungary to support Central European University

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    VETO. Free country, free university! Universities will also be required to have a campus and faculties in their home country - although resigestered in the United States, the CEU does not have a campus there. Ader, from Orban's governing Fidesz party, was re-elected by lawmakers for a five-year term in March. Daniel Berg, a CEU student, told the crowd: "There are moments in the career of every politician when they have a chance to prove that they are public servants, that they are not just ...
  • Norway steps up security as explosive device found in Oslo

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    Aaling described the explosive as "a primitive improvised explosive device with limited damage potential". The police Twitter account said it had been defused or neutralized. 'Every restaurant was being closed, ' said 23-year-old Malin Myrvold, who witnessed the scene from a fourth-story window. You could see cops in heavy armour going in every store and restaurant.
  • Tillerson: Syria strike a message to others, including N.Korea

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    North Korean officials, including leader Kim Jong Un, have repeatedly indicated an intercontinental ballistic missile test or something similar could be coming, possibly as soon as April 15, the 105th birthday of North Korea's founding president and celebrated annually as "the Day of the Sun".
  • In surprise move, Russian Federation states that

    In surprise move, Russian Federation states that "West Jerusalem" is Israel's Capital

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    The EU has argued that it is humanitarian aid, and can be given even if it runs counter to Israeli law, while Israel says that the EU must respect Israeli law, which demands that Palestinians get Israeli permits to build in Area C. And it's not clear to what extent the statement represents a serious policy shift for Russian Federation, on either the Palestinian question or on moving its embassy to Jerusalem .
  • North Korea labels U.S. air strikes on Syria 'unforgivable'

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    In a tweet on Saturday, Trump wrote of the meeting: "goodwill and friendship was formed, but only time will tell on trade". USA officials said the two sides agreed to increase cooperation on trying to get North Korea's to abandon its nuclear weapons program, and China acknowledged the need for more balanced trade with the U.S.
  • North Korea calls U.S. strikes on Syria 'unforgivable'

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    Third, China could insist that USA military personnel leave a newly united Korean Peninsula, and that the united Korea be permanently neutral, like Austria after the withdrawal of Soviet and Western troops in 1955. "The question you have to ask yourself", he said, "is what happens the day after you decapitate?" So far, Trump and Xi's talks on North Korea have yet to materialize in a "package arrangement" to resolve the global concerns, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said yesterday.
  • Turkey condemns Egyptian church bombing

    Turkey condemns Egyptian church bombing

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    Tanta is roughly 60 miles (96 kilometers) north of Cairo, in the Nile delta. Egyptians walk past blood stains in a street near a church in Alexandria after a bomb blast struck worshippers gathering to celebrate Palm Sunday on April 9, 2017.
  • Body found on freeway in I-280 fatality

    Body found on freeway in I-280 fatality

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    In the first incident, a vehicle crashed into a semi-truck and burst into flames at Brookhurst Street, the CHP said. A driver on the other side of the freeway stopped to help, but another auto hit that driver who was not hurt. It appears that a white Acura Integra was the first vehicle to hit the pedestrian and the driver continued north on I-680. The drivers of the Audi and Toyota stopped on scene and provided statements to officers.
  • New Ford Fiesta ST plays exhaust notes through Bang & Olufsen sound system

    New Ford Fiesta ST plays exhaust notes through Bang & Olufsen sound system

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    It seems America's new found love for hot hatchbacks isn't going to slow any time soon, and if the previous model is any indication, this new Fiesta will be quite the party. Drive Modes will also adjust Fiesta ST's Electronic Sound Enhancement (ESE) technology and active exhaust noise control valve to deliver an even more satisfying driving experience.