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The armed ship sailed into British waters just hours after Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis told Britain to "calm down" after form Tory Leader Lord Michael Howard said he believed the prime minister would "go to war" over the Rock.
  • CSU student in viral video speaks on being slammed by police

    CSU student in viral video speaks on being slammed by police

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    They say the social media video lacks "context". "These questions are only answered through the analysis of all the evidence after the fact". The department said the decision to place officer Randall Klamser on leave is over the public response to the video, which has gained national attention, and is not disciplinary.
  • Stockholm truck attack suspect confesses to a 'terrorist crime'

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    Eriksson said the court had ordered Akilov to undergo a psychiatric evaluation as a standard procedure, and that a confession alone would not lead to a conviction. In February, police were instructed to carry out the deportation, but he had disappeared. The country of 10 million people took in 244,000 asylum seekers in 2014 and 2015, the highest per capita number in Europe.
  • San Jose Sharks' playoff experience vital in comeback win

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    Game 2 is Friday in Edmonton. Oilers head coach Todd McLellan said himself the Sharks got the better of line changes, at times being seven seconds ahead of Edmonton. Lucic made it 2-0 with less than three minutes to go in the period on a power play. The Sharks might not enjoy the same type of advantages in Game 2.
  • Clashes continue at Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon

    Clashes continue at Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon

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    Joseph Aoun inspected the military units deployed in the southern city of Sidon and the surrounding areas of Ain al-Hilweh. And Lebanon's health ministry announced it was evacuating patients from the Sidon governmental hospital adjacent to the camp and moving them to other facilities.
  • Syria chemical attack 'fabricated' - Assad

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    Nightmarish accounts and horrific images coming out of Syria seized the world's attention last week following the chemical attack at the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun which left at least 70 dead including women and children. "Apart from anything else, we believe it's the only regime that has the capability to make such an attack", she said. "Even if we had them, we wouldn't use them and we have never used our chemical arsenal in our history".
  • Mayawati Appoints Brother As BSP Vice President - But With A Rider

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    Mayawati, in a major announcement, also appointed her brother Anand Kumar as party's vice president on the condition that he will never become MP, MLA, minister or chief minister. "One of the two glands on the throat was removed by doctors in an operation and so I can not stress my throat too much", Mayawati said she has to work very hard in first writing and then reading it whereas it is easy to speak extempore.
  • Ex-Trump aide Carter Page: 'Of course' I wasn't a foreign agent

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    Corey Lewandowski is the Trump campaign official who introduced Carter Page to the campaign's policy director, The Daily Caller is told . In order to get the warrant, the Federal Bureau of Investigation "definitely had to be able to show probable cause that [Page] was effectively acting as an agent of Russia", Post reporter Adam Entous tells NPR's Morning Edition .
  • Quit as Def Min Due to 'Pressure' of Issues Like Kashmir: Parrikar

    Quit as Def Min Due to 'Pressure' of Issues Like Kashmir: Parrikar

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    Discussions can be spoilers. "When there is a discussion, one person says one thing, while someone else says something else". The media asked me about some issues today morning. "We have to think on the same lines as Babasaheb", he said. "We need to stop them immediately", Mr Palyekar had stressed and claimed that the police were not doing their job well.
  • China Says North Korea Tension Must Not Reach

    China Says North Korea Tension Must Not Reach "Irreversible" Stage

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    According to a brief description of the call released by the Chinese Foreign Ministry, Xi also told Trump during their conversation that China was willing to keep working with the United States on denuclearization. "If North Korea does not end its nuclear activities, this end is inevitable", the newspaper explained, adding that even if the USA does not attack it, sanctions will eventually cripple the North Korean state.
  • Leftist candidate wins narrow victory in Ecuador presidential election

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    However with four percent of constituencies still to be counted, Lenin Moreno's Socialist Party believed it had won, with a narrow and surprising victory with 51.12 percent of the vote. For Lasso, "the fraud was confirmed when the CNE took four days to give results in the first round but now did it in a few hours". "I cordially invite Lasso to leave Ecuador within 30 days (with or without his tax haven millions )", wrote Assange in another message, referring to charges that Lasso had ...