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Writing in the Sunday Times , Sir Michael said Russian Federation must be part of the solution to ending the "needless suffering" of Syrian civilians. Standing firm, the Trump administration on Friday signalled new sanctions would soon follow the missile attack, and the Pentagon was even probing whether Russian Federation itself was involved in the chemical weapons assault that compelled President Donald Trump to action.
  • Death toll in Sri Lanka garbage mound collapse rises to 27

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    According to the head of the Geology and Earth Studies Division of the Organisation, R. M. S. Bandara, the area around the garbage dump has now been identified as a high risk zone. The site became a dumping ground for Colombo's garbage as authorities pushed to develop the capital in recent years. Bopage a resident of area works as the chairperson of The Peoples Movement Against the Kollonnawa Garbage Dump.
  • Turkey Passes Referendum Giving President Erdogan Unprecedented Power

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    Opponents had argued the constitutional changes would give too much power to a man who they say has shown increasingly autocratic tendencies. Returning in triumph to his presidential palace in Ankara, Erdogan addressed thousands of supporters gathered outside, telling monitors who criticised the poll: "Know your place".
  • First lady Melania to move into White House

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    For the cold open , Jimmy Fallon played Jared Kushner and it was definitely the ideal, hysterical choice. After rattling off his latest accomplishments and talking about the brewing conflict with North Korea, Baldwin's Trump brought in his two top advisers to address their recent battle for influence within the White House.
  • Jeff Sessions picked alleged Russian agent Carter Page for Trump's team

    Jeff Sessions picked alleged Russian agent Carter Page for Trump's team

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    The FBI investigated Trump campaign advisor Carter Page past year over worries he could have been working for Russian Federation, a major report said. Page has not been accused of any crimes, the Post points out. "Of course I wasn't acting as an agent for a foreign government", he said. "It will be interesting to see what comes out when the unjustified basis for those FISA requests are more fully disclosed over time ...", he said.
  • Senior Chinese, US Officials Talks Unrelated to N Korea Missile Launch

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    He said: "Just in the past two weeks, the world witnessed the strength and resolve of our new president in actions taken in Syria and Afghanistan". "The KPA will deal deadly blows without prior warning any time as long as the operation means and troops of the US and South Korean puppet forces involved in the "special operation" and "preemptive attack" targeting the [Democratic Republic of Korea] remain deployed in and around South Korea", the North Korean military warned in late March.
  • 'Unlevel playing field' in Turkey referendum campaign

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    He made the comments at news conference in Ankara. The referendum was widely seen as a plebiscite on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has led his country through more than a decade of economic growth and development, first as prime minister and then as president.
  • Populist supporters abandon Trump after Syria strike

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    Rouhani said "neutral countries should come and assess to make it clear where the chemical weapons came from". "Even attractive babies were cruelly murdered in this very barbaric attack", he said of Tuesday's chemical weapons strike, which Western countries blame on Assad's forces.
  • Japan PM urges N. Korea to refrain from more provocative actions

    Japan PM urges N. Korea to refrain from more provocative actions

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    Referring to North Korea's leader, Ri Gul Chol, 37, said: "Whatever Kim Jong Un decides and instructs will succeed and all the citizens will support him". foreign adviser travelling with Mr Pence, adding that the launch was not unexpected. He suggested plans to deploy a US missile defense system in South Korea were damaging its relations with China.
  • Turkey opposition wants referendum result annulled

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    Erdal Aksunger of the Republican People's Party called for a partial recount. A narrowly won vote Sunday in Turkey to replace the current parliamentary system with a strong executive presidency fell short of a genuine democratic process, global observers said Monday.
  • Spicer: China could be doing a lot more to stop North Korea

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    But some South Koreans worry about the Trump administration's seeming impulsiveness. -South Korean military exercises being staged now are the largest-ever "aggressive war drill". "He talked loudly during the campaign about prosecuting Hillary [Clinton] but he chose not to press charges against her". "This exercise will rigorously test our aerial combat capability and highlights the ironclad commitment between the USA and (South Korea), and the multifaceted capabilities we possess in this ...