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The opposition party - the Democratic Alliance (DA) - were involved in organising the demonstrations and many supports took a stand against the president during the protests. In Johannesburg , police fired stun grenades at demonstrators near the home of the Gupta family, a powerful South African business family. President Jacob Zuma "We have sadly not yet succeeded in building the non-racial society that we envisaged", Zuma said at the Chris Hani Wreath Laying Ceremony and handover of ...
  • Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley resigns amid sex scandal

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    A person who has spoken to Bentley tells The Associated Press says he plans to resign. I need you. I want you. Inaugurated in 1987 as Alabama's first Republican governor since Reconstruction, Guy Hunt was a Primitive Baptist preacher and probate judge who rode a Democratic implosion into office during the Reagan era.
  • Pakistan 308-5 against West Indies

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    Apr.07: Former Pakistan skipper Zaheer Abbas has welcomed Misbah-ul-Haq's decision to bid adieu to worldwide cricket, saying it is best time for the 42-year-old as he would retire on a high. "A captain of a national team of any format always wants to be better than his predecessors and Misbah has been successful in doing that", Abbas said.
  • OIC strongly denounces terrorist attack on two churches in Egypt

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    A suicide bomber also killed at least 18 and wounded 40 as he blew himself up as police blocked him from entering Saint Mark's Orthodox Cathedral in Alexandria, not far from Tanta. Two hours earlier, a bomb went off inside St. George's Church in Tanta, about 60 miles north of Cairo, during the Palm Sunday service. Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin tweeted his condolences, saying: "We strongly condemn the heinous terror attacks on churches in Egypt on Palm Sunday today".
  • North Korea calls US aircraft carrier dispatch outrageous

    North Korea calls US aircraft carrier dispatch outrageous

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    Trump met last week with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the USA leader's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, where the threat of a nuclear-armed North Korea was high on the agenda. The North, for its part, continues to justify its missile program as protection against a perceived threat from the USA, which routinely carries out military exercises with its southern rival.
  • Movement of US Navy strike group a reaction to North Korea - McMaster

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    On the night of the Chinese President's arrival, a U.S. airstrike on an airbase in Syria was launched on Thursday in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. North Korea said on Saturday U.S. missile strikes against a Syrian airfield on Friday were "an unforgivable act of aggression" that showed its decision to develop nuclear weapons was "the right choice a million times over".
  • Venezuela opposition leader banned from office for 15 years

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    A march against the ban of a top opposition official turned violent, as police confronted the demonstrators. The teen, Jairo Ortizo, died from a gunshot wound when National Guard troops tried to disperse crowds of protesters who had blocked a road on the outskirts of Caracas, authorities said.
  • Syria expresses condolences over terror attacks in Egypt

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    Alexandria's St Mark's Cathedral, the historical seat of Christianity in Egypt , was targeted several hours later, killing at least 16 people and injuring 31, the Independent reported . Survivors of the twin suicide bombings that targeted Coptic churches in Egypt Sunday, leaving 44 dead and more than 100 injured, described a scene panic and uncertainty immediately after the blasts.
  • DHS chief: Border wall unlikely to stretch from 'sea to shining sea'

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    He did not address that group during his testimony Wednesday. He gave as examples the mother being sick or addicted to drugs. But he said separation would not be routine. The number of undocumented immigrants captured along the USA southern border plummeted for a second consecutive month under President Trump, raising the possibility that his hardline stance on immigration could be deterring people from trying enter the country illegally.
  • US, Mexico, Canada launch bid for soccer's 2026 World Cup

    US, Mexico, Canada launch bid for soccer's 2026 World Cup

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    The federations of Canada, Mexico and the United States announced on Saturday that their respective presidents will make an "historic announcement" at One World Observatory atop the One World Trade Center in downtown New York City. The proposal calls for 60 of the 80 World Cup games to take place in the USA, while Mexico and Canada would get only 10 each. What's more, the proposal calls for the U.S.to stage every game from the quarterfinals onward.
  • United States, Canada and Mexico to bid for 2026 World Cup

    United States, Canada and Mexico to bid for 2026 World Cup

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    U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati, Canadian Soccer Association President Victor Montagliani and Mexican Football Federation President Decio de Maria gathered on the 102nd floor of One World Trade Center to make the announcement which hopes to see the tournament return to the CONCACAF region for the first time since the U.S.