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A wildfire in north-central Arizona continues to grow and has forced the evacuation of several communities in the Clints Well area. Visit https://www.facebook.com/CoconinoCounty for more details. People with pre-existing conditions should avoid exposure to the smoke as much as possible, and consult their physician if they have questions. The fire is burning near East Clear Creek, about nine miles east of Clint's Well on the Mogollon Rim Ranger District, which is northeast of Strawberry.
  • Congress Releases Manifesto for Karnataka, Promises to Create 1 Crore Jobs

    Congress Releases Manifesto for Karnataka, Promises to Create 1 Crore Jobs

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    Rahul Gandhi called it "Karnataka's Mann Ki Baat ". Continuing his attack on Congress he said, "On May 15, the day of the counting of votes, Congress government is going to bite the dust". The video shows Mr Gandhi sitting on a stage with some Congress leaders, including Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Congress in-charge of the state KV Venugopal.
  • New memorial seeks to preserve the memory of victims of lynchings

    New memorial seeks to preserve the memory of victims of lynchings

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    Helm notes that Montgomery is a city of racial dichotomy; it is both the "Cradle of the Confederacy" and the "Birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement". Lynchings in the American South were not isolated hate crimes committed by rogue vigilantes. These lynchings were terrorism. "We're publicly grieving this atrocity for the first time as a nation".
  • Mike Pompeo attacks Russian Federation during first trip as U.S. secretary of state

    Mike Pompeo attacks Russian Federation during first trip as U.S. secretary of state

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    In his first public remarks after being confirmed as President TrumpDonald John TrumpCNN's Anderson Cooper: Trump's Fox interview "like listening to the rantings of Richard Nixon" Pompeo arrives in Brussels for first overseas trip as secretary of State Feds seized over a dozen phones in Cohen raids MORE's new secretary of State, Pompeo urged the alliance not to return to "business as usual".
  • Sergey Lavrov: US is trying to divide Syria

    Sergey Lavrov: US is trying to divide Syria

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    The Astana peace talks were launched in January 2017 in the Kazakh capital with the aim of putting an end to the violence and improve the humanitarian situation in war-torn Syria. Israel is not concerned by Russia's military presence in neighboring Syria because Moscow is a "pragmatic actor" with whom deals can be struck, Israel's Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said during a visit to Washington on Friday.
  • Lesbian love story bound for Cannes banned in Kenya

    Lesbian love story bound for Cannes banned in Kenya

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    According to Wanuri, her movie was inspired by the 2007 Caine Prize winning short story " Jambula Tree " by Ugandan writer Monica Arac Nyeko. Because of the strict policy of the Kenyan government regarding same-sex relationships, which are punishable in the country with imprisonment up to 14 years, this picture will be shown there.
  • As Some Lawmakers Grapple With How to Protect Mueller, Hurdles Loom

    As Some Lawmakers Grapple With How to Protect Mueller, Hurdles Loom

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    Senator Cory Booker said after Thursday's vote that he hopes McConnell will reconsider his decision now that the committee has approved the legislation. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has flatly stated he refuses to allow the bill to be voted on by the full Senate. "We have to remember that this is about the rule of law, no matter who the president is", she said darkly raising one of the Democrats' fake news charges against Trump.
  • Palestinian teen dies of wounds from Israel-Gaza border shooting: Ministry

    Palestinian teen dies of wounds from Israel-Gaza border shooting: Ministry

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    According to Gaza's health ministry the latest deaths brought the death toll in the border clashes since March 30 to 45, with over 1,500 said injured by live fire. It said several Palestinians were attempting to cross by force and troops "had operated in accordance with the rules of engagement", adding that protesters had hurled stones and rolled burning tires during the incident.
  • Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes chief reacts to Bernie Ecclestone's controversial claim

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    We worked hard to get the vehicle in a better place, so we need to maximise the result now tomorrow. Yesterday I struggled with confidence and trust in the auto, which is important. While McLaren are fourth in the constructors' standings, that position is masking an terrible start to the season when it comes to qualifying. "I was on the kerb and couldn't steer", said the Finn.
  • Another Trump Tower is on Fire, This Time in Azerbaijan

    Another Trump Tower is on Fire, This Time in Azerbaijan

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    The cause of the fire was not immediately clear. Reflecting the constructing's significance in Azerbaijan, Emergency Conditions Minister Kamalladin Heydarov was on the scene. presidential election. However, the Trump Organization ended its affiliation with the project in December 2016 after Trump's White House win. The elder Mammadov was suspected by US diplomats of laundering cash for Iran's army, in response to leaked diplomatic cables made accessible in 2010.
  • House's Russian Federation report reaffirms there was no collusion

    House's Russian Federation report reaffirms there was no collusion

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    In the nearly 250-page report, Republicans concluded that the year-long investigation has produced no evidence that the Trump campaign aided in Moscow's efforts. Devin Nunes (R., Calif.) said. The Majority provided its draft one hundred fifty-page report to the Minority for review only days before the Committee was set to vote on its adoption.
  • European Union votes to ban bee-killing pesticides

    European Union votes to ban bee-killing pesticides

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    Chemical giants opposed the decision, saying it would hurt European farmers. EU Environment Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis said he was "happy that member states voted in favour of our proposal" to restrict the chemicals and tweeted a picture of the activists.