• North Korea warns against U.S. 'hysteria' as it marks founder's birth

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    Led by rows of military bands, columns of troops toting rifles and a troupe of sword-wielding female soldiers marched into the vast square in the heart of the city which was festooned in the national colours of blue, white and red. The reclusive state launched a missile on Sunday near the port city of Sinpo; however, USA officials said the test was a complete failure and "blew up nearly immediately" after it launched.
  • When Modi broke security protocol to meet his big little fan

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    He said the government has implemented the "Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Pariyojna", where people get generic medicines from stores at reasonable rates. But, I have been here many times in the past. Modi also stressed on preventive health care saying if people adopt it, they will not have to visit hospitals.
  • Toronto police identify man wanted in west end church fire

    Toronto police identify man wanted in west end church fire

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    The church was forced to cancel it's Easter services and issued an alert on their website saying it was "due to a parish emergency". Parishioner Jessie Boado, interviewed by the CBC, said "not even in his nightmares" could he imagine why a church would be set on fire.
  • Suspect in Washington Mall Shooting Found Dead

    Suspect in Washington Mall Shooting Found Dead

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    The 20-year-old had a history of violent behavior toward his family and ex-girlfriend. Arcan Cetin was accused of opening fire with a Ruger.22-caliber rifle on September 23, 2016, killing five people. Authorities captured him about 30 hours later near his apartment and said he confessed during police interviews but did not explain why he did it. For much of the next day, police searched the mall for evidence.
  • President Zuma Calls on South Africans to Unite

    President Zuma Calls on South Africans to Unite

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    A protestor makes her way to a demonstration against South African President Jacob Zuma , past a wall mural depicting the late Nelson Mandela in Cape Town, South Africa, Friday, April 7, 2017 . "We urge those gathered at Luthuli House to exercise maximum restraint and discipline", the party said via its Twitter account. Some veterans of the ANC's armed wing, which dates back to the anti-apartheid struggle, have gathered outside the party's headquarters in Johannesburg, British ...
  • Lavrov cautions United States on North Korea

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    The Vice President added that the US would protect South Korea and pressure the North to abandon its nuclear weapons program. The United States, its allies and China are working together on a range of responses to North Korea's latest failed ballistic missile test, Trump's national security adviser said on Sunday, citing what he called an worldwide consensus to act.
  • US VP Pence to Pyongyang: 'Era of Strategic Patience Is Over'

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    Despite North Korea's provocations , USA officials have said that the US doesn't intend to use military force against North Korea in response to either a nuclear test or a missile launch. Choe Ryong Hae, who is believed to be the second-most powerful official in North Korea , said in a speech yesterday that the country is ready to stand up to any threat posed by the United States.
  • Virginia senator: Assad not behind chemical weapons attack

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    Russia, Syria , and its other backers denounced the military action while U.S. allies in Europe, Israel, and Saudi Arabia cheered Trump on. The coalition said the attack on the At-Tanf Garrison, a remote outpost used by elite U.S. If the Trump administration wants worldwide talks, they'll want expressions of support for their tactics from allies such as Canada. Back in Washington , Vice President Mike Pence was in the White House situation room, along with Homeland Security Secretary ...
  • At least 1 reported dead in military helicopter crash in Maryland

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    Fort Belvoir officials said there were three crew members on board. Davaughn Parker said a Black Hawk helicopter crashed in Leonardtown on Monday afternoon. Congressional sources say there are plans to budget $1.1 billion this year to buy 61 new UH-60s. The pilot in that crash parachuted out of the F-16 after he had mechanical trouble and steered the aircraft away from a neighborhood.
  • No peace in Syria until regime change, United States ambassador to UN says

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    Defeating Islamic State, pushing Iranian influence out of Syria, and the ouster of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad are priorities for Washington , Ms Haley said in an interview. "The Syrian government didn't do it, '" Haley said. "We deplore Russia's continued defence of the Assad regime, even after the chemical weapons attack on innocent civilians", he said.