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Saturday, March 31 , at 1 p.m. Located at the southeast portion of Stenger Soccer Complex. For that reason, attendees are asked to arrive early to find space to park. Saturday, March 24 . 53 East 128th Ave, Thornton. Once the signal is given, kids can run out to collect the eggs, some of which contain prizes. From 2 to 4 p.m.
  • Trump ordered White House officials to sign nondisclosure agreements

    Trump ordered White House officials to sign nondisclosure agreements

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    One thing you probably don't need to worry about is your favorite Trump administration personality finding that they owe the federal government tens of millions of dollars. If you have a leaker on your staff, the cure is firing, not suing. I haven't been able to lay hands on the final agreement, but I do have a copy of a draft, and it is a doozy.
  • Deal reached to evacuate gunmen from Ghouta

    Deal reached to evacuate gunmen from Ghouta

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    But with the progress of the Syrian army, which captured 80 percent of Eastern Ghouta in the recent days, thousands of civilians are evacuating their areas in Eastern Ghouta on daily basis, seeking refuge in government-run shelters, while condemning the rebels' presence in their areas.
  • Austin bombing suspect identified as Mark Anthony Conditt

    Austin bombing suspect identified as Mark Anthony Conditt

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    Manley said authorities don't know why the suspect engaged in the bombings. In that incident, an employee was injured by two "artillery simulators" in a donation box, said Ely Reyes, Austin's assistant police chief. Fred Milanowski, an agent with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, said it's "hard to say" whether Conditt acted alone, but explained that authorities believe he built all of the bombs that were detonated in the area since March 2.
  • Trump in Tweet Defends Congratulatory Call to Putin on Election

    Trump in Tweet Defends Congratulatory Call to Putin on Election

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    White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said there are no specific plans for a US-Russia summit at this time. Sen. Chuck Grassley , R-Iowa, said he wouldn't comment on Mr. The Trump administration asked lawmakers for additional funding for the American military, part of which would be spent on upgrading its nuclear arsenal.
  • Ant Steps Down From TV Show

    Ant Steps Down From TV Show

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    It means as well as stepping down from Saturday Night Takeaway , he won't appear in the Britain's Got Talent live shows nor I'm A Celebrity in the autumn. "As such " Saturday Night Takeaway" will not be going ahead this Saturday ". "He has spoken with Dec and ITV today and asked for time off for the foreseeable future".
  • Theresa May: No other conclusion than Russian Federation behind poisoned spy'

    Theresa May: No other conclusion than Russian Federation behind poisoned spy'

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    Before the Russian foreign ministry distanced itself from the chemical weapon, Senator Igor Morozov said Moscow had once developed Novichok but had ceased doing so and destroyed its stockpiles. Today, the Kremlin has said that Britain must prove Russia's involvement in the poisoning or apologise. And there's an global treaty against using chemical weapons, so using them for assassination attempts on foreign soil are beyond the pale.
  • European Union plans no additional sanctions against Iran: Foreign Policy Chief

    European Union plans no additional sanctions against Iran: Foreign Policy Chief

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    It is also celebrated by millions around the world, including in Turkey, Iraq and parts of South and Central Asia. "A lot of things are happening in Iran, the deal is coming up on one month, and you'll see what happens", he concluded. "Right now it doesn't feel like it's going to be extended", Corker said Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation" program. Trump recertified the deal in January, but officials at the time said it would be the last time.
  • Early results: Russia's Putin wins re-election

    Early results: Russia's Putin wins re-election

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    The Central Elections Commission said Putin had won about 73 percent of the vote, based on a count of 30 percent of the country's precincts. Eight people were registered as candidates for the presidency: Sergei Baburin, Pavel Grudinin, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, Vladimir Putin, Ksenia Sobchak, Maxim Suraykin, Boris Titov, Grigory Yavlinsky.
  • UK Transition Period Given A Green Light

    UK Transition Period Given A Green Light

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    The two sides issued a new, 129-page draft withdrawal treaty that was awash with green highlighter denoting final agreement on large areas of the legal text. "We must seize the moment and carry on the momentum of the last few weeks", Mr Davis said. He ruled out any consideration of Norway-Sweden or US-Canada border models but said the Government would "enthusiastically" support efforts for an EU-UK trade deal that is "comprehensive enough" to avoid a hard border.
  • Hamas Accuses Abbas of 'Undermining' Gaza

    Hamas Accuses Abbas of 'Undermining' Gaza

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    Despite that, Greenblatt said that Washington would still press ahead with a peace plan. Relations between Abbas's government and Trump's administration have broken down since the White House recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital in December.