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Kushner flew Monday morning to Iraq at the invitation of Gen. Joseph Dunford , chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Kushner was travelling on behalf of Trump to express the president's support and commitment to Iraq's government and U.S.
  • Assad speaks on chemical attack

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    Russian Federation has alleged that the victims were killed by toxic agents released from a rebel chemical arsenal and warned against putting the blame on Damascus until an independent inquiry has been conducted. Russia, Syria and Iran have warned the United States against launching new strikes on Syria and called for an worldwide investigation into the chemical weapons attack in Syria.
  • Judge Neil Gorsuch Confirmed to US Supreme Court

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    The result is a win for Mr Trump, and for those who voted for him, many who saw securing a conservative judge on America's highest court as a top priority. With that, he joined for life the panel of justices that is the ultimate arbiter of numerous most contentious issues in American life. All but two of the men were white.
  • Watch Aaron Hernandez's Emotional Response To Not Guilty Verdict

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    Anderson said Hernandez later cried as he hugged his attorneys, while the families of the Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado, whom Hernandez had been accused of killing, hung their heads. He lost his right eye but Mr Hernandez was acquitted of intimidating a witness. Two years ago, Hernandez was jailed for life without parole for murdering Odin Lloyd, a semi-pro footballer, in June 2013.
  • Cyclone Cook hits New Zealand

    Cyclone Cook hits New Zealand

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    NEW Zealand's South Island was on high alert yesterday as heavy rain started to flood roads and rivers, while a massive clean-up was under way in the North Island after Cyclone Cook carved a destructive swathe across eastern regions on Thursday night.
  • Sergei Lavrov says United States not to strike Syria again

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    Lavrov said that the U.S. missile attack on a Syrian airfield was aimed at the regime change. "The United States is hand in glove with the terrorists ", he added. It was the first direct USA military action against Assad's forces since Syria's civil war began six years ago, and led to a quick downward spiral in ties between Washington and Moscow .
  • Trump explains why he flipped on Chinese trade promises

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    But there are plenty of signs that Congress is no more likely to take up a war vote with Trump than it was under President Barack Obama, who went to Congress in 2015 with an ISIS war authorization that went nowhere. "And we had the most handsome piece of chocolate cake that you've ever seen, and President Xi was enjoying it", Trump recalled in an interview with Fox News Business host Maria Bartiromo that aired on Wednesday.
  • Trump says Syria attack ordered 'during dessert' with Xi

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    China doesn't consider North Korea a military threat and, more to the point, isn't wishing for the sudden demise of Kim Jong Un's regime because the collapse of North Korea would create chaos on the border with China. Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday held a telephone conversation with his US counterpart, Donald Trump, and discussed the situation on the Korean Peninsula and in Syria.
  • Russian Federation condemns Pentagon's response about Mosul civilian deaths

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    Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told a television channel last month that Baghdadi has few trusted aides left with so many senior leaders killed in coalition airstrikes. The official tally of civilian deaths since this campaign started is far lower than what outside groups report for that period. The tally, however, does not include civilian fatalities inflicted in March - which may potentially include large numbers of civilians killed in aerial attacks over several days in Mosul's ...
  • North Korea 'ready for nuclear attack'

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    While the U.S. has pressured China to rein in North Korea's nuclear programme, Beijing has been reluctant to take drastic measures that could destabilise Pyongyang , instead urging all sides to return to talks. 2 official. KCNA said the Trump administration's "serious military hysteria" had reached a "dangerous phase which can no longer be overlooked". "The situation now is similar to the time before a storm, and this kind of risky situation worth of our attention and we must be alert", ...
  • From Mar-a-Lago, Trump defends Syrian airstrikes

    From Mar-a-Lago, Trump defends Syrian airstrikes

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    On Thursday night, the United States launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at the military airfield in Ash Sha'irat. "We do not have any information at suggests that Russian Federation was part of the military attack undertaken using the chemical weapons", Tillerson said.
  • Muslim Egyptians donate blood to deadly church blast victims

    Muslim Egyptians donate blood to deadly church blast victims

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    Marks Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Alexandria, Egypt , as police tried to apprehend him, killing three officers and 14 civilians and injuring 48 others. "We are seeing simultaneous attacks, based on strong information, targeting big churches across the country". "Lots of bodies were torn apart and scattered on the floor", said an eye-witness who was standing on the church's altar when the bomb exploded.