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Following the meeting with Putin and earlier talks with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Moscow, Tillerson told reporters that bilateral ties are "at a low point". Boris Johnson has urged Russian Federation to stop "acting as a lifeline for Assad's murderous regime" in Syria and instead to "live up to its responsibilities as a global power".
  • USA police seek man they say broadcast murder

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    He was last seen wearing a dark blue and gray or black striped polo shirt. In a statement early Monday, police warned residents of Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and MI to be on the lookout for Stephens, who they said may have traveled out of state.
  • Security forces, students clash in Srinagar

    Security forces, students clash in Srinagar

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    According to medical officials, some of the girls were also brought unconscious to the Pulwama hospital. Clashes broke out between security forces and agitating students near a college in Srinagar on Monday, police said. It was the biggest wave of student protests in the troubled valley. " Kashmir University Students Union (KUSU) stands in solidarity with the students in Pulwama, and across the state, and reiterates its demand for the right to self-determination in J&K, according to ...
  • Erdogan wins Turkey referendum as opposition cries foul

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    How will Turkey change if it votes "Yes" on April 16? Turks in Britain voted strongly against Mr Erdogan's proposal, with 79 per cent of the nearly 35,000 voters choosing No. Polls in eastern Turkey opened at 7 a.m. (0400 GMT) and are to close at 4 p.m. (1300 GMT), while those in the more populous west were opening and closing an hour later.
  • Trump stumbles in Syrian attack

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    Since Washington is not in a hurry to remove Assad and is willing to accept the survival of the pillars of the regime in Damascus without the Assad dynasty, there are prospects for an accord, because Assad's fate is no longer the main knot if strategic understandings are reached to secure United States and Russian interests in Syria, which have other conditions.
  • North Korea threatened the US with 'nuclear war'

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    The Pukguksong-1 SLBM, which the USA calls the KN-11, was first displayed and tested in April 2016. An official from South Korea's defence ministry couldn't immediately confirm whether any of the rockets represented a new type of ICBM. In another report by CNN , North Korea's new missiles and submarines were detailed despite China's disapproval. Speaking just before the parade, Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies said he was looking out for "the possibility of ...
  • Nepal president Bidya Devi Bhandari leaves for India

    Nepal president Bidya Devi Bhandari leaves for India

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    She is also scheduled to visit Gujarat and Odisha and pay obeisance at temples of Dwarka, Somnath and Puri. About the power transmission lines, Dalela said: "We have nearly finished work on two more transmission line projects from Raxaul to Parwanipur (Nepal) and Kushaha (Nepal)-Kataiya and we believe with the conclusion of these two projects, we will be able to supply more power to Nepal".
  • Inside North Korea after the country's failed missile test

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    In a dinner speech Pence said his father, a Korean War veteran, was one of the USA soldiers stationed here some 60 years ago. "The North attempted to launch an unidentified missile from near the Sinpo region this morning but it is suspected to have failed", South Korea's Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement .
  • Kasperi Kapanen scores victor for Toronto Maple Leafs in double overtime

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    The Capitals, for the record, don't sound scared, not yet. "The 6'6" center skated behind the net toward Capitals' goalie Braden Holtby's left post. Unsaid was how the shift slightly eased the level of competition Rielly was being asked to defend, a nightly plate which included Sidney Crosby, John Tavares, Claude Giroux and Nikita Kucherov.
  • Rex Tillerson: Trust between USA and Russian Federation at a 'low'

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    He says both countries have agreed that their lines of communications must stay open. But Mr Tillerson fired back that "There is a low level of trust between our two countries". The agreement was suspended after the USA launched its first attack on Syria during the country's six-year conflict last week. Russian Federation says rebels were responsible for whatever chemical agent was found, which the Trump administration calls a disinformation campaign.
  • North Korea flaunts artillery in massive parade

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    At the parade, which was attended by Kim Jong-un, Choe Ryong-hae, believed to be the country's second most powerful official, said: "We're prepared to respond to an all-out war with an all-out war". It is a submarine-launched ballistic missile, which was loaded on trucks according to Reuters . That, however, did not stop a North Korean army official from warning the United States that any provocation would be met with retaliation.